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Title Recital of the Salzedo Harp Ensemble.
Dates of Creation circa 1925
Scope & Content Recital program for the Salzedo Harp Ensemble, held at the Academy of Music, Roanoke, Virginia, under the auspices of the Thursday Morning Music Club, February 15th [no year given].
Year Range from 1920.0
Year Range to 1930.0
Subjects Programs
Music halls
Search Terms Academy of Music
Roanoke, Virginia
Thursday Morning Music Club
Salzedo Harp Ensemble
People Friedell, Dorothy
Gomph, Martha
Hayes, Diana
Miller, Marie
Schlegelmilch, Elise
Warner, Clemence
Notes “Carlos Salzedo, French by birth, Basque by ancestry, and American by naturalization, was a leading musical force of his time, as virtuoso performer on both harp and piano, exceptional composer for both harp and other instruments, a dedicated teacher and one of the foremost promoters of contemporary music in America. Through his composing for and his development of new technique for harp, he revolutionized the use and the sound of that instrument.” From AHS Twenty-Second National Conference, 19-22 June 1985, program notes.
Collection History Museum of Western Virginia
Imagefile 042\198306010e-2.JPG
Number of images 1.0
Object Name Program
Catalog Number 1983.060.10.e
Extent of Description 1-program, 6" x 9"