Berry, Wallace T., 1928-

Collection, 1920-1983: 2 folders (105 leaves)

Wallace Berry – composer, theorist and teacher. He studied at the University of Southern California (Ph.D. 1956) and the Paris Conservatoire (1953-1954) with Nadia Boulanger. He taught at the University of Southern California (1956-1957), University of Michigan (1957-1977), and the University of British Columbia in Vancouver (from 1978). He was also president of the Society for Music Theory (1982-1985). He has written several books on composition. He owns the autograph manuscript of Reger's Romantische Suite, op. 125 as arranged for chamber ensemble by Arnold Schoenberg and Rudolf Kolisch.

Contents

biographical data (1 leaf) on Berry
correspondence (16 items: 1978-1993) with ASI (Heidi Lesemann), Leonard Stein, et al.
manuscript (84 leaves) of Reger's Romantische Suite, op. 125 arranged for chamber ensemble

Correspondents

ASI (Jerry McBride (1 item: 1983), R. Wayne Shoaf (1 item: 1993), Clara Steuermann (4 items: 1978-1979))
Wallace Berry (9 items: 1961-1983)
Franz Kohout (1 item: 1983)

Music cited

Reger Op. 125 arrangement
 

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