Music Department Clippings File

Accession Number:  SC 16:03
Location:  RB-M
Dates:  1934-1973
Size:  1 small Hollinger; 0.10 cu. ft.
Creator/Collector:  St. Louis Public Library Staff
Acquisition info:  Collected by Staff
Accruals:  None expected
Custodial history:  Found in collections of Central Library in 2012 in a box of miscellaneous materials after moving back in after the renovation of the building.
Language:  English
Processed by:  Melissa Miller, March 2016
Conservation notes: Clippings have been affixed to paper and then laminated at some point prior to arriving in the RBSC department.
Scope and Content: Newspaper clippings about area musicians, performances, students,
conductors and visiting performers.
Arrangement:  Chronological
Restrictions:  Unrestricted
Remarks:

Music Department Clippings File
1934-1973
1 Small Hollinger; 0.10 cu. ft.

Box Description
 1/1  Finding aid
 1/2 1/12/1934: More Scholarship Prizes Given to Music Students (winners of Dan C. Kerckhoff talent tests), unknown source
12/14/1940: Sir Thomas Beecham Scores in Debut Here (with the St. Louis Symphony), Globe-Democrat NOTE: Pasted with an article from the Post-Dispatch
5/11/1941: Soldan And Maplewood Boys In National Music Contest (Alfred Schneider and George F. Breitenstein), Post-Dispatch NOTE: Pasted with articles ranging from 1941-1959
10/26/1941: St. Louis Auditions Winners on Net Nov. 23 (young singers selected by Wilfred Pelletier), Post-Dispatch NOTE: Pasted with articles ranging from 1941-1959
12/5/1941: History Given Melodic Life In ‘Musica Missouriana’ (St. Louis high school students at Municipal Auditorium), Post-Dispatch NOTE: Pasted with another article from 7/23/1947
6/4/1942: Andre Kostelanetz Tells How to Introduce Music to Children, Globe-Democrat
1/25/1943: The Man Who Makes Popular Music Great and Great Music Popular (Andre Kostelanetz and the St. Louis Symphony), Globe-Democrat
1/26/1943: Kostelanetz To Give Fee To Symphony Fund (Andre Kostelanetz), Post-Dispatch
2/6/1945: Symphony Conductor Gets Hep, Beats Out Blues and Boogie-Woogie (Leonard Bernstein and the St. Louis Symphony), Globe-Democrat
2/11/1945: Bernstein As Symphony Conductor, Piano Soloist (Leonard Bernstein), Globe-Democrat NOTE: Pasted with an unknown date article and an article from 11/25/1945
2/12/1945: Bernstein Brilliant In Two Concerts (Leonard Bernstein and the St. Louis Symphony), Star-Times NOTE: Pasted with articles from 2/15/1945 and 10/12/1959
2/15/1945: More About Bernstein, the ‘White-Haired Boy of Symphonists,’ the Bewildered Brunette (Leonard Berstein and the St. Louis Symphony), Globe-Democrat NOTE: Pasted with articles from 2/12/1945 and 10/12/1959
2/18/1945: Bernstein Brings Good Fun As Soloist With Symphony (Leonard Bernstein), Globe-Democrat NOTE: Pasted with articles from 1945 and 1957
3/11/1945: Candid Camera Catches Conductor (Leonard Bernstein and the St. Louis Symphony), Globe-Democrat
10/22/1945: Youth Accented (Leonard Bernstein), Time Magazine NOTE: Pasted with articles from 1945 and 1957
11/25/1945: Bernstein on Podium Friday and Saturday (Leonard Bernstein and the St. Louis Symphony), Post-Dispatch NOTE: Pasted with an unknown date article and an article from 2/11/1945
1/26/1943: ‘Music Is a Great Morale Builder…’ (Andre Kostelanetz and the St. Louis Symphony), Star-Times
2/23/1947: 1500 Expected at 4 Music Conventions Here Today (Music Teachers National Association, National Association of Schools of Music, National Association of Teachers of Singing, and Missouri Music Teachers Association), Globe-Democrat NOTE: Pasted with another article from 12/5/1971
2/23/1947: Three Music Groups Open Meeting Here (Music Teachers National Association, National Association of Schools of Music, National Association of Teachers of Singing, and Missouri Teachers Association), unknown source NOTE: Pasted witharticles ranging from 1947-1963
3/2/1947: Music Teachers Thrilled by Barber Shop Harmony (Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing, Clayton Chapter at the Hotel Jefferson), Globe-Democrat NOTE: Pasted with articles ranging from 1947-1963
3/2/1947: Winners of Piano Contest Will Be Decided Today (Globe-Democrat Piano Contest), Globe-Democrat NOTE: Pasted with articles ranging from 1947-1960
1/31/1949: Illinois Woman Stars in Naples (Ann Kullmer), source Unknown
4/17/1949: Musicians’ Guild To Hold $1000 Scholarship Tryouts (St. Louis Musicians’ Guild), Post-Dispatch NOTE: Pasted with articles ranging from 1941-1959
2/29/1952: Pandemonium On The Podium (Victor de Sabata with the St. Louis Symphony), Globe-Democrat NOTE: Pasted with unknown date article about Serge Fournier
11/3/1952: Music Teachers to Meet Here Nov. 9 (Missouri Music Teachers’ Association), Globe-Democrat NOTE: Pasted with articles ranging from 1947-1963
1/31/1953: He Turned 20 Years Into Short Season (Eleazar de Carvalho), Post-Dispatch NOTE: Pasted with articles from 1959 and 1961
3/2/1954: De Sabata Is Brilliant and Astute Symphony Leader (Victor de Sabata and the St. Louis Symphony), Globe-Democrat
11/30/1954: Planning Special Concert (Gustave Haenschen with the St. Louis Symphony), Post-Dispatch
12/21/1955: He Feels We Are Musically ‘Spoiled’ (Georg Solti and the St. Louis Symphony)
12/22/1955: This Week’s Guest Conductor (Georg Solti and the St. Louis Symphony), St. Louis Symphony Program Notes
11/29/1956: Conductor in Tune With the Times (Erich Leinsdorf and the St. Louis Symphony), Post-Dispatch
5/21/1957: Getting Music Award (Beverly Paradise), Post- Dispatch NOTE: Pasted with articles ranging from 1941-1959
5/21/1957: Night Club Singer Stars as Composer Of Sacred Music (Beverly Paradise), Globe-Democrat NOTE: Pasted with articles ranging from 1947-1960
3/29/1957: Soprano in national auditions (Martha Deatherage), Globe-Democrat NOTE: Pasted with articles ranging from 1941-1959
9/1/1957: Outstanding Young Cellist (Leslie Parnas), Post-Dispatch NOTE: Pasted with articles ranging from 1941-1959
11/20/1957: Bernstein First U.S.-Born Leader Of Philharmonic (Leonard Bernstein), Post-Dispatch NOTE: Pasted with articles from 1957 and 1945
12/12/1957: Music Genius Just a Nice Guy at Home (Leonard Bernstein), unknown source NOTE: Pasted with articles from 1957 and 1945
3/4/1958: German-Born, but an ‘American Conductor’ (Frederick Prausnitz and the St. Louis Philharmonic Orchestra), Post-Dispatch
1/14/1959: Women Credited For Good U.S. Music (Josef Krips and the St. Louis Symphony), Post-Dispatch NOTE: Pasted with articles from 1953 and 1961
4/9/1959: Skitch Henderson, Symphony Conductor (with the St. Louis Symphony), Post-Dispatch
7/30/1959: Girl, 16, Wins State Baton Competition (Melida Lutzenberger), Globe-Democrat NOTE: Pasted with articles ranging from 1947-1960
8/9/1959: Musical Memorial For W.C. Handy (National Association of Negro Musicians special performance on the riverfront), unknown source NOTE: Pasted with articles ranging from 1947-1963
8/16/1959: Negro Musicians Convening Today (National Association of Negro Musicians at Kiel Auditorium), Post-Dispatch NOTE: Pasted with articles ranging from 1947-1963
8/17/1959: Winners of Musical Contests (Mae Pearl Glenn, Warren Wilson, Henry Nelson, and Arthur Williams), Post-Dispatch NOTE: Pasted with articles ranging from 1941-1959
10/1/1959: Two St. Louisans Win Music Awards (Malcolm Frager and Leslie Parnas), Post-Dispatch NOTE: Pasted with articles ranging from 1947-1960
10/12/1959: Bernstein ‘Pocket-Sized Tarzan’ To London Critic (Leonard Bernstein), Post-Dispatch NOTE: Pasted with articles from 2/12/1945 and 2/15/1945
1/22/1960: He’s English Knight, ‘Great Italian Conductor’ (Sir John Barbirolli and the St. Louis Symphony), Post-Dispatch
4/7/1960: Area Students Win Piano Awards (Daniel K. McEvilly and Steve Brown), Globe-Democrat NOTE: Pasted with articles ranging from 1947-1960
7/7/1960: 5 Music Students Honored (Linda Hougland, Leah Littlefield, Roger Bishop, Charles Brock, and Bruce Waller), Globe-Democrat NOTE: Pasted with articles ranging from 1947-1960
12/28/1961: Jet Age Conductor is international commuter (Zubin Mehta and the St. Louis Symphony), Globe-Democrat
12/28/1961: Zubin Mehta Has Kind Word For Jazz (with the St. Louis Symphony), Post-Dispatch NOTE: Pasted with articles from 1953 and 1959
1/9/1962: Success After Flunking the Piano (Werner Torkanowsky and the St. Louis Symphony), Post-Dispatch
2/14/1962: Dynamic Maestro Rehearses With Shrugs, Shouts and Song (Jean Martinon and the St. Louis Symphony), Post-Dispatch NOTE: Pasted with article from 2/25/1962
2/25/1962: Martinon Gives Fine Performance (Jean Martinon and the St. Louis Symphony), Post-Dispatch NOTE: Pasted with article from 2/14/1962
1/13/1963: Hotel Takes On a Tuneful Air; 2000 Teachers, Musicians Meet (Southwestern Music Educators Conference at Chase-Park Plaza), Post-Dispatch NOTE: Pasted with articles ranging from 1947-1963
1/24/1963: He’s the policeman of the orchestra (Laszlo Somogyi and St. Louis Symphony), unknown source
4/20/1964: Wichita Violinist Wins Competition (Diane Graham at Washington University), Post-Dispatch
4/12/1965: Symphony Scholarship Contest Winners (Gary M. Lawrence, Nancy Border, Anne Mischakoff, Linda Rae Judd, Ann Thomason), Post-Dispatch
9/28/1966: Fiedler, Running Late, Rushes From Podium to Pastrami (Arthur Fiedler and the St. Louis Symphony), Post-Dispatch
3/31/1967: Harvard Glee Club Here Thursday; St. Louisan a Soloist With Group (James C. Jones and the Harvard Glee Club), Post-Dispatch
4/9/1967: Harvard Glee Club Gives Concert Here (Harvard Glee Club), Post-Dispatch
7/8/1967: Starry-Eyed Winner (Barbara Boman), Post-Dispatch
1/22/1968: Guest Conductor With Symp
 1/3 1/25-26/1969: Leitner Conducts Symphony Program (Ferdinand Leitner), Globe-Democrat
4/9/1970: Concert At Cathedral By Choral Group (Westfaelische Kantorei at Christ Church Cathedral), Post-Dispatch
6/28/1970: Expatriate To Direct Symphony (Dean Dixon), Post-Dispatch
8/6/1970: Baton In A Proud Black Hand (Dean Dixon and the St. Louis Symphony), Post-Dispatch
8/7/1970: Dean Dixon Is Conductor At River Festival Concert (Dean Dixon with the St. Louis Symphony), Post-Dispatch
8/21-22/1971: He used to be Johnny Green, Globe-Democrat
9/6/1971: Things Are Kept Humming In Class for Conductors (Leonard Slatkin teaching conducting class at UMSL), Globe-Democrat
1/27/1972: Harpsichord Recital Presented By Igor Kipnis (at UMSL), Post-Dispatch
2/5/1972: Guitarist Jose Feliciano Plays At Kiel Auditorium, Post-Dispatch
3/4/1972: Richard Harris Sings, Recites Own Poems (at Kiel Opera House), Post-Dispatch
3/12/1972: Mancini, Williams In Concert At Arena (Henry Mancini and Andy Williams), Post-Dispatch
3/13/1972: Don McLean Entertains 2250 At Solo Concert (at Kiel Opera House), Post-Dispatch
3/13/1972: Folk Songs By Gordon Lightfoot (at Washington University), Post-Dispatch
3/24/1972: Maria Tunicka: music is her life (with the Washington University Opera Studio), Globe-Democrat
3/27/1972: Jewish Music Concert By Pianist, Violinist (Nathan Brand and Yosef Yankelev at the Jewish Community Centers Association), Post-Dispatch
4/7/1972: Harvard Glee Club Gives Concert At Graham Chapel (Harvard Glee Club), Post-Dispatch
4/17/1972: Organist Rudolph Kremer In Recital (at St. Louis Priory), Post-Dispatch
5/8/1972: Woodhams And Colleagues In Mozart’s Oboe Quartet (Richard Woodhams and members of the St. Louis Symphony), Post-Dispatch
5/25/1972: Starlight Concerts Start June 19 (various musicians for outdoor concerts), Post-Dispatch
6/10-11/1972: Five starlight concerts, three by Symphony (St. Louis Symphony, St. Louis String Quartet, and Sam Timberlake in outdoor concerts), Globe-Democrat
6/10-11/1972: Shankar, Hartford stars of Benefit Concert, July 7 (Ravi Shankar and John Hartford at Powell Hall), Globe-Democrat
7/8/1972: Shankar And Hartford Perform (Ravi Shankar and John Hartford at Powell Hall), Post-Dispatch
7/8-9/1972: Shankar stars in Bangladesh relief concert (Ravi Shankar and John Hartford at Powell Hall), Globe-Democrat
8/2/1972: Impressive Young Pianist Heart At Ethical Society (Thomas Schmidt), Post-Dispatch
10/9/1972: Big Band Cavalcade At Kiel Opera House (Freddy Martin’s band, Frankie Carle, Margaret Whiting, and Bob Crosby at Kiel Opera House), Post-Dispatch
1/20-21/1973: Segovia’s concert slated for February (Andres Segovia at Kiel Opera House), Globe-Democrat
1/27-28/1973: Andres Segovia, high priest…( at Kiel Opera House), Globe-Democrat
Unknown: Schneider Conducts Baroque Concert (Alexander Schneider and the St. Louis Symphony), unknown source
Unknown: The Westfalian Kantorei (Westfalian Kantorei), flier
Unknown: Teen Wins Movie Bid As ‘Angel’ (Barbara Boman), source Unknown NOTE: Possibly from July 1967 based on a different article
Unknown: Sir Thomas, at Ease On Sofa, Speaks Out (Sir Thomas Beecham and the St. Louis Symphony), source unknown NOTE: Pasted with a “Personality” article from an unknown source, possibly from December 1940
Unknown: Personality (Sir Thomas Beecham), source unknown NOTE:Pasted with a newspaper article from an unknown source
Unknown: Sir Thomas Beecham To Conduct Symphony, Post- Dispatch NOTE: Pasted with an article from 12/14/1940, possibly from December 1940
Unknown: Jive Music Accents ‘Fancy Free’ Ballet (Ballet Theater and the St. Louis Symphony at Kiel Auditorium), source unknown NOTE: Pasted with two articles from 1945
Unknown: Conductor must keep his individuality (Serge Fournier and the St. Louis Philharmonic Orchestra), Globe-Democrat NOTE: Pasted with article from 2/29/1952
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