Jalowetz, Heinrich, 1882-1946

Collection, 1963-1983: 1 folder (21 leaves, 3 photographs)

Heinrich Jalowetz--Austrian conductor who studied with Schoenberg in Vienna (1904-1908). He worked in Danzig (1909-1910), Stettin (1912-1916), Prague (1916-1923), Cologne (1925-1933), and Reichenberg (1933-1936). He emigrated to the United States, where he taught at Black Mountain College in North Carolina. He wrote articles on Schoenberg. He also arranged (for 4-handed piano) Schoenberg's Pelleas und Melisande, op. 5.

Contents

finding aid, "List of available material for the Heinrich Jalowetz Archive"
correspondence (12 items: 1963-1983)
photographs of Schoenbergs paintings: Self portrait, Hatred, Burial of Gustav Mahler.

Correspondents

ASI (Jerry McBride (2 items: 1983), Clara Steuermann (4 items: 1974-1980))
Lisa Aronson (3 items: 1976-1983)
Trude Elsesser (2 items: 1974)
Johanna Jalowetz (1 item: 1963)
 

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