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Salzedo, Carlos, 1885-1961

 Person

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

00100 Carlos Salzedo and studio, 1928-1929 school year, circa 1929

 File — Drawer: A1, Folder: 100
Location Curtis main building, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Dates: circa 1929

00101 Carlos Salzedo and students

 File — Drawer: A1, Folder: 101
Location Curtis main building, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Dates: circa 1924-present

00102 Carlos Salzedo and students, 1929, July

 File — Drawer: A1, Folder: 102
Location Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Dates: 1929, July

Baker, Julius; interview by Diana Burgwyn, 2002 December 18

 File — Box: AV 11, Media/Data Case: 228
Identifier: av_228
Scope and Contents note Subjects covered: audition in 1933 at the instigation of Maurice Sharp (the school could not finance tution due to the recession); his student years (1934-37); fellow students and faculty (particularly Fritz Reiner, William Kincaid, Marcel Tabuteau); current students; 75th birthday celebration; his teaching methods.
Dates: 2002 December 18

Carlos Salzedo collection (MSS 26)

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 26
Scope and Contents The Salzedo collection includes a personal scrapbook, composition books, and printed materials documenting his achievements as a child prodigy in France, his education at the Bordeaux and Paris Conservatories, and his performance career after moving to the United States. In addition, there are scrapbooks kept by Salzedo while serving as President of the Annual National Harp Festival (1922-31), records of the Harp Department at the Curtis Institute of Music (1924-61), snapshots of personal,...
Dates: 1886-1961

Elizabeth Swenson scrapbook (MSS 37)

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: PPCI-MSS 37
Overview Materials primarily related to Curtis and Curtis affiliated musicians; collected by Swenson while serving as assistant to the dean, 1924-1942
Dates: 1924-1942

Mary Green Beckman collection (MSS 56)

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 56
Scope and Contents The collection consists of correspondence between Carlos Salzedo and Mary Green concerning Salzedo’s Harp Colony in Camden, Maine and include topics such as performances and teaching. There are also references to Elyse Yockey (Harp '52), a former student of Green’s, who attended the Camden Harp Colony in the summer of 1949 before being accepted to Curtis by Salzedo in 1950.
Dates: 1945-1950