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Collection includes inscribed photographs from performers who worked with Arthur J. Gaines, manager of the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra.
Compact discs from Newhouse's one-hour MPR program: A Century in Sound. The Minnesota Orchestra Turns 100. Included are recorded interviews and other source materials for the broadcast.
The collection contains programs, photographs, scrapbook materials, publications, clippings, and correspondence about Frank Danz, Jr, first concertmaster of the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra and director of the Danz Band and Danz Orchestra. There is a small amount of material about Frank J. Danz (his son), from whom the collection was received.
The collection includes historic documents from the Orchestra; books, pamphlets, clippings; photographs of conductors autographed to the Carpenters; letters and telegrams.
Collection contains administrative records, press and publicity for events and programs, and a small collection of A/V materials.
Jánossy’s music books include photocopies of newspaper clippings, programs, letters, and photographs that document the years he spent with the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra
The scrapbook includes numerous illustrations relating to music and musicians, a variety of programs, and miscellaneous clippings relating to musical concerts she attended in North Dakota and Minnesota.
The collection contains memorabilia collected by Harry D. Maddy and Rhadames John Angelucci during almost sixty years in the Minnesota Orchestra. It documents Angelucci’s career and those experiences that he and his father-in-law found most significant in their tenures with the Orchestra.
This collection includes audio cassette tapes and transcriptions of an interview of former Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra timpanist by current Minnesota Orchestra timpanist, Peter Kogan.
A collection of correspondence between Kittleson and Cullen, correspondence regarding Jenny Cullen, photographs, articles, and a biographical sketch about her.
The collection seems to be parts of a disbound scrapbook. Many pages have been cut into smaller pieces. The scrapbook documents performances sponsored by the Minnesota Orchestral Association and/or The University of Minnesota Artists’ Series. It consists of clippings, programs and pages of programs, and other information about the artists.
Contains annual reports and materials from annual meetings, minutes from meetings of the Board and of the Executive Committee, various committee minutes and reports, and the confidential files of search committees for Music Directors.
This collection contains office records from the president of the Minnesota Orchestral Association.
Collection includes records from individual departments at the Minnesota Orchestra.
Collection contains records created for Minnesota Orchestra projects and special events.
Includes information about the Northrop Auditorium Shell and extensive documentation regarding the construction of Orchestra Hall which was dedicated in October 1974.
These are not the official records of WAMSO. They contain office files from Orchestra staff relating to WAMSO activities.
Collection includes scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, and press releases.
Includes programs for orchestra concerts from 1903 to the present (both bound and unbound) and other publications.
The collection includes photographs, negatives, slides, and transparencies of Minnesota Orchestra music directors, musicians and staff, Orchestra Hall and other venues, and concerts, tours, and other events.
The collection includes audio and video recordings of the Minnesota Orchestra in a variety of formats, as well as a collection of slide-tape shows.
The posters in this collection represent over thirty years of promotional activity of the Minnesota Orchestra. It is a sample of posters created for the Orchestra, not a complete collection.
These materials include letters, newspapers, publications, etc. that were collected at various times by various people and constitute an historical archive of the Orchestra. They include items created by or about people associated with the Orchestra.
These memoirs, written by Ray Fitch's son, document Fitch's career as a bass player with the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra/Minnesota Orchestra from 1925 to 1972.
A collection of programs and newspaper clippings from various periods in the history of the Minnesota Orchestra.
The collection includes scrapbooks, personal files, and memorabilia from a musician who was the principal trombone player for the Minnesota Orchestra for over forty years.
The collection includes research materials for Trotter’s book, Priest of Music: The Life of Dimitri Mitropoulos. Extensive research and interviews of noted musicians were done by Oliver Daniel who died before he could write the biography.
- Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra 8
- Symphony (Minneapolis, Minn.) 7
- Correspondence 5
- Theater 4
- Minnesota Orchestra 3
- Photographs 3
- Scrapbook. 3
- Symphony orchestras -- Minnesota 3
- Minneapolis (Minn.) 2
- Musicians -- Minnesota 2
- Architecture -- Minnesota -- History 1
- Artists -- United States. 1
- Audio-visual education 1
- Audio-visual materials 1
- Broadcasting 1
- Commercial buildings -- Designs and plans 1
- Concert tours 1
- Conductors (Music) -- Minnesota 1
- Conductors (Music) -- New York 1
- Conductors (Music) -- United States 1 ∧ less
- Minnesota Orchestra 19
- Cisek, Richard M. 5
- Engle, Donald L. 5
- Mitropoulos, Dimitri, 1896-1960 5
- Dorati, Antal 3
- Marriner, Neville 3
- Ormandy, Eugene, 1899-1985 3
- Skrowaczewski, Stanisław, 1923-2017 3
- Sokoloff, Boris, 1912-1995 3
- Verbrugghen, Henri 3
- Carpenter, Nicky B. 2
- Dayton, Kenneth N. (Kenneth Nelson), 1922-2003 2
- Feldman, Mary Ann 2
- Fullmer, Charles 2
- Hyslop, David 2
- Minnesota Orchestral Association 2
- Oue, Eiji 2
- WAMSO--Minnesota Orchestra Volunteer Association 2
- Waart, Edo de 2 ∧ less