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Hugh Porter papers, 1915 -- 1978 [Burke]
..., fair use, and reproduction requests can be consulted at Columbia's Copyright Advisory Office. The exact provenance of this collection is unknown. Hugh Porter was an organist and scholar, and a graduate...

Edward H. Margetson Music Manuscripts, 1917-1962 [RBML]
...--M-90-03-23. Black composer and conductor; church organist; choral music specialist; choirmaster. Born in St. Kitts, British West Indies, Margetson came to the Unites States in 1919 and soon became...

William H. Walter and George W. Walter Papers, 1844-1912; 1957-1967 [RBML]
... and British radical, James Cheetham. William H. Walter served as organist and music director to St. John's Chapel and St. Paul's Church, in succession, from 1847-1856. In 1856 Walter was hired as the music...

Boris Nosik Papers, 1960-2010 [RBML]
... intellectuals and writers. His most popular book about German theologian, organist, writer, humanitarian, philosopher, and physician Albert Schweitzer was translated into German and published in Germany 8 times...

Douglas Moore papers, 1883-2003 bulk 1907-1969 [RBML]
...’Indy, and later studied with Nadia Boulanger and Charles Tournemire. In 1921, Moore became Director of Music and organist at the Cleveland Museum of Art, and also studied with Ernest Bloch. From 1923-1925, he...

Columbia University Orchestra/Composers String Quartet tapes, 1949-1987 [CU Archives]
..., the Chapel Organist. Apparently disgusted with the procedures of the Philharmonic Society, Ward had called for the formation of a new, additional orchestra. This would not have been serious except for the fact...

Albert Schweitzer papers, 1949; 1966 [Burke]
... an early age, he was an accomplished organist. He obtained his D. Philosophy in 1899 from the University of Strasbourg and was licensed in theology in 1900. Schweitzer endeavored to be a medical missionary...

Louis Napoleon Parker papers, 1869-1943 [RBML]
... to the Royal Academy of Music, then under the direction of William Sterndale Bennett. The young man began to distinguish himself as a singer, pianist and organist, and in 1873 he was sent by Bennett to serve...

H. Lawrence Freeman papers, 1870-1982 bulk 1890-1954 [RBML]
...'s vocal quartet, in which he sang first treble, and worked as a church organist. Self-taught, he began composing at the age of 18, after being inspired by a performance of Wagner's Tannhause r. By 1891...

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