Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Collection, 1913-1996: 1 folder (33 leaves), 5 programs

Chicago Symphony Orchestra--founded in 1891. In 1913 it gave the first American performance of Schoenberg's 5 Orchesterstücke, op. 16, under the baton of Frederick Stock. It has performed numerous other works by Schoenberg.

Contents

clippings (15 items: 1913-1933)
correspondence (10 items: 1937-1996)
index to Schoenberg repertory performed by the CSO
index to Schoenberg repertory recorded by the CSO index to Schoenberg repertory performed by the CSO at the Ravinia Festival
programs (5 items: 1913-1987)

Correspondents

ASI (R. Wayne Shoaf (3 items: 1991-1996))
Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Brenda Nelson-Strauss (2 items: 1991, 1996), Frank Villella (1 item: 1995), Henry E. Voegeli (1 item: 1938))
G. Schirmer (A. Fuleihan (2 items: 1937)) with Henry E. Voegeli
Arnold Schoenberg (1 item: 1938)

Music cited

Programs, clippings, repertory lists include: Opp. 4, 5, 7-11, 13, 16, 17, 19, 21, 30, 31, 34-37, 41, 42, 43b, 45-47, "Song of the Wooddove" from Gurre-Lieder, Moses und Aron, Brahms piano quartet arr., String quartet concerto after Handel, String quartet in D major
 

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