Gruenberg, Louis, 1884-1964

Collection, 1923-1985: 1 folder (15 leaves)

Louis Gruenberg--American composer of Russian origin. He was head of the composition department at the Chicago Musical College (1933-1936). He later moved to California, where he established a reputation as a composer of film music. In 1923, Gruenberg conducted the American premiere (in New York City) of Pierrot Lunaire under the auspices of the International Composer's Guild.

Contents

articles (3 items: 1923-1964)
clippings (9 items: 1922-1964)
correspondence (1 item: 1985

Correspondents

Joan Gruenberg Cominos (1 item: 1985)

Music cited

Clippings, articles: Op. 21
 

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