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The Paul Bekker papers, 1839-1981 (inclusive)

Author: Paul Bekker
Edition/Format:   Archival material : German
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The Paul Bekker Papers document music, culture, and society in early twentieth-century Germany through Bekker's extensive correspondence with composers, conductors, actors, journalists, publishers, and family members. The Papers also contain manuscript and printed copies of Bekker's many writings on music. In addition, the Papers hold personal documents and financial records, photographs, and a small number of  Read more...
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Named Person: Paul Bekker; Hermann Abendroth; Adolf Aber; Hermann Abert; Franco Alfano; Moritz Bauer; Waldemar von Baussnern; Wilhelm Berger; Hector Berlioz; Oskar Bis; Theodor Billroth; Herm Bischoff; Julius Bittner; Leo Blech; Ernst Bloch; Johannes Brahms; Gustav Brecher; Havergal Brian; Hans von Bülow; Ferruccio Busoni; Jean Chantavoine; Ernest Closson; André Cœuroy; Frederick Delius; Edward J Dent; Margarethe Dessoff; Erich Doflein; Felix Draeseke; Alfred Einstein; Carl Flesch; Robert Franz; Oskar Fried; Wilhelm Furtwängler; Carl Futterer; Ottmar Gerster; Hermann Goetz; Carl Goldmark; Max Graf; Manfred Gurlitt; Wilibald Gurlitt; Karl Gutzkow; Eduard Hanslick; Gerhart Hauptmann; Robert Heger; Alfred Heuss; Paul Hindemith; Paul Hirsch; Franz von Hoesslin; Joseph Holbrooke; Hans Huber; Engelbert Humperdinck; Edgar Istel; Joseph Joachim; Willi Kahl; Leo Kestenberg; Gerhard von Keussler; Wilhelm Kienzl; Bruno Kittel; Otto Klemperer; Paul von Klenau; Armin Knab; Gustav F Kogel; Ernst Krenek; Ernst Kurth; Erwin Lendvai; Albert Lortzing; Friedrich Ludwig; Gustav Mahler; Ludwig Misch; Emanuel Moór; Paul Moos; Andreas Moser; Karl Muck; Otto Neitzel; Jean Louis Nicodé; Walter Niemann; Arthur Nikisch; Heinrich G Noren; Siegfried Ochs; Hans Pfitzner; J -G Prod'homme; Peter Raabe; Karl Rankl; Max Reger; Fabian Rehfeld; Willi Reich; Heinrich Reimann; Carl Reinecke; Carl Gottlieb Reissiger; August Reuss; Hans Richter; Joseph Rosenstock; Adolfo Salazar; Philipp Scharwenka; Hermann Scherchen; Arnold Schering; Ludwig Schiedermair; Max von Schillings; Gerhard Rosenkrone Schjelderup; Hans Schnoor; Arnold Schoenberg; Franz Schreker; Georg Schünemann; Georg Schumann; Carl Schuricht; Albert Schweitzer; Arthur Seidl; Bernhard Sekles; Alicja Simon; Paul Stefan; Eduard Strauss; Richard Strauss; Otto Taubmann; Charles Tournemire; Max Unger; Cosima Wagner; Siegfried Wagner; Kurt Weill; Felix Weingartner; Julius Weismann; Franz Werfel; Hermann Hans Wetzler; Werner Joachim Wolffheim; Philipp Wolfrum; Felix Woyrsch; Alexander Zemlinsky; Hermann Zilcher
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Bekker
OCLC Number: 82601604
Description: 27 linear ft. (61 boxes)

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The Paul Bekker Papers document music, culture, and society in early twentieth-century Germany through Bekker's extensive correspondence with composers, conductors, actors, journalists, publishers, and family members. The Papers also contain manuscript and printed copies of Bekker's many writings on music. In addition, the Papers hold personal documents and financial records, photographs, and a small number of musical scores.

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