Stein, Erwin, 1885-1958

Collection, 1912-1993: 5 folders (106 leaves), 14 photographs

Erwin Stein--conductor who (beginning in 1906) studied composition with Schoenberg. He assisted Schoenberg both as an administrator of, and music arranger and conductor for, the Verein für musikalische Privataufführungen in Vienna. He worked at Universal Edition in Vienna (1924-1938) and Boosey & Hawkes in London (from 1938).

Contents

finding aid (1 leaf)
biographical data (2 leaves)
correspondence (32 items: 1912-1988) with Diepenbrock, et al.
handbill (1 item: 1993)
photographs (12 items, additional copies of 2)
Pierrot lunaire translations (2 items) by Gray, Jackson

Correspondents

ASI (R. Wayne Shoaf (3 items: 1986-1988))
Boosey & Hawkes (Hans W. Heinsheimer (2 items: 1941))
Edward Reeser (1 item: 1942)
Arnold Schoenberg (20 items: 1912-1947)
Erwin Stein (3 items: 1941-1942)
Marion Thorpe (4 items: 1981-1988)

Music cited

Opp. 8, 21, arr. of Busoni's Op. 42, arr. of Mahler's Symphony no. 4
 

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