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Steinway oral history, 1974-1981 (inclusive).

Author: Elizabeth R Harkins; Vivian Perlis
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The Steinway Oral History traces the history of Steinway & Sons, one of the preeminent manufacturers of pianos, from its years as a family business until its acquisition by CBS in 1972. One-hundred twenty interviews provide a multi-level look at a major musical institution that has made a significant impact on musical culture in the United States and abroad. Interviewees include Steinway family members, piano  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Oral histories
Named Person: Rodgie Allen; Gerhard Andacht; Claudio Arrau; Artur Balsam; Henry Bammann; Anthony Barber; Lazar Berman; Shirley Bernuth; John Bogyos; Stephen Borell; Alfred Brendel; Gretel Bruhn; Gaby Casadesus; Betty Steinway Chapin; Schuyler Chapin; Theodore S Chapin; Abram Chasins; Van Cliburn; Lydia Steinway Cochrane; Peter Comstock; Howard Cushing; Leonie A Danforth; Misha Dichter; Ania Dorfman; Fred Drasche; Robert Ducksch; R Gregory Durham; Julio Esteban; Anthony Fiocco; Rudolf Firkušný; Harry Firstenberg; Winston Fitzgerald; Claude Frank; John Furlong; Richard Gigax; Michael Glazebrook; Robert Glazebrook; Frank Glazer; Morton Gould; Gary Graffman; Naomi Graffman; Barbara Hamlin; Alexandre Hanlet; Walter Hart; Skitch Henderson; Lorin Hollander; William Hupfer; Margaret S Porter Ijams; Grant Johannesen; Alice Jordan; Constance Keene; Ernest Kehr; Marjorie Kittredge; Lili Kraus; Jacob Lateiner; Noël Lee; Raymond Lewenthal; Seymour Lipkin; Eugene List; Ray Little; Robert Livingstone; Eleanor Ziegler Lodhe; Moura Lympany; Roman de Majewski; William Masselos; Jeremy Menuhin; Henry Mills; Franz Mohr; Carlos Moseley; Erich Mueller; Paul G Murphy; Ivor Newton; Gerrick Ohlsson; Edwin Orcutt; Rosabelle Orcutt; Robert Pace; H Ray Pige; William Paley; Edward Peckerman; Murray Perahia; Elizabeth Peterson; Joseph Pirola; Anthony Pompa; Anton Pramberger; Joseph Pramberger; Nadia Reisenberg; Charles Rosen; John Ross; David Rubin; Artur Rubinstein; Clarence Ruch; György Sándor; Fred Schang; Harvey Schein; Robert P Schmitt; Charles Sehringer; Peter Serkin; Rudolf Serkin; Warner Shelley; Abbey Simon; J Ascher Smith; Lionel Squibb; Charles Steinway; Frederick Steinway; Henry E Steinway; Henry Z Steinway; John Howland Steinway; Polly Steinway; Ruth Davis Steinway; Virginia Steinway; William T Steinway; F D Streep, Jr.; Billy Taylor; Gustav Tetzlaff; Rosalyn Tureck; Henry Turowski; McCoy Tyner; Carl Thomas Ultes, Jr.; Marjorie Vietor; Vitya Vronsky; Frank Walsh, (Musician); Philip Werlein; Douglas Williams; John C Ziegler; Henry Steinway Ziegler; Julia Ziegler
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth R Harkins; Vivian Perlis
OCLC Number: 702165372
Description: 5 linear ft.
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The Steinway Oral History traces the history of Steinway & Sons, one of the preeminent manufacturers of pianos, from its years as a family business until its acquisition by CBS in 1972. One-hundred twenty interviews provide a multi-level look at a major musical institution that has made a significant impact on musical culture in the United States and abroad. Interviewees include Steinway family members, piano technicians, factory workers, Steinway agents, and concert pianists.

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