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Oral History of American Music Collections Guide: Paul Hindemith

OHI: Paul Hindemith Oral History

The Paul Hindemith Oral History is about the celebrated German composer, who fled from Germany to the United States during World War II. Seventy-five interviews with students, performers, colleagues, and friends of Hindemith serve as the prototype for studies of the émigré composer. As with the Ives series, the Hindemith oral history adds a dimension to the Hindemith Collection of papers and manuscripts at the Yale Music Library.

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Collection Listing

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INTERVIEWEES:

A


Adler, Samuel


B


Bartholomew, Marshall
Bauer, Mrs. Phyllis
Boatwright, Howard
di Bonaventura, Sam
Boykan, Martin
Bozyan, Mrs. Frank

C


Calhoun, Rev. and Mrs. R
Cannon, Beekman
Colman, John
Crosby, John
Currier, Donald

D


Davenny, Ward
Dello Joio, Norman
De Witt, Isabel
Doob, Leonard
Dorati, Antal

F


Feist, Leonard
Foss, Lukas
French, Richard
Fromm, Herbert
Frost, Thomas

G


Grubb, Margaret
Grumman, Mr. and Mrs. E.

H


Hague, Mrs. Arthur
Hart, Margaret Grady
Heath, Fenno
Hemingway, Louis
Hickok, Robert

I


Iadone, Joseph

J


Jacobson, George

K


Kaufmann, Henry
Kay, Ulysses
Kirkpatrick, Ralph
Kraehenbuehl, David

L


Leigh, Mitch
Levine, Maurice
Lewin, Frank
Lieberson,Goddard
Liepmann, Klaus
Loach, Don
London, George
Lowe, Mrs. John

M


Mainous, Mrs. Jean
Martens, Mason
Maynard, Paul
Mendel, Arthur
Miller, Carl
Myer, Jean

N


Noss, Luther
Noss, Osea

O


O'Meara, Eva J.

P


Parisot, Aldo
Pearson, Norman
Peyre, Henri
Pisk, Paul
Powell, Mel

R


Reese, Mrs. Gustave
Reutter, Hermann
Richter, Eckhart
Ross, Hugh
Ruff, Willie

S


Saranec, Edmund
Schnabel, Karl Ulrich
Seckel, Ruth
Shapero, Harold
Shaw, Robert
Simonds, Bruce and Rosalind
Stone, Kurt
Strauss, John

W


Waite, William
Wilson, Keith
Wimsatt, Margaret
Woldt, John
Wyner, Yehudi