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Aaron Copland Oral History

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Call Number: OHVI
Scope and Contents: The Aaron Copland Oral History comprises approximately 75 interviews with colleagues, friends, and family of Aaron Copland (note: for interviews with Copland himself, see the Major Figures in American Music collection). Oral History of American Music (OHAM) founder Vivian Perlis first became friends with Copland while working on the Charles Ives Oral History. Copland later wrote the preface for her book, Charles Ives Remembered. As the Ives project finished, Perlis focused on Copland as her new...
Dates: 1948-1989, bulk 1980-1989

Charles Ives Oral History

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Call Number: OHII
Scope and Contents: The Charles Ives Oral History was the first documentary oral history of an American composer. Interviews with sixty people who knew and worked with Charles Ives were conducted between 1968 and 1971, and this project was the impetus for the founding of Oral History of American Music (OHAM). Family, friends, neighbors, business associates, and musicians reminisce about one of the most significant artistic figures of the century. The project formed the basis of the award-winning book by Vivian...
Dates: 1968-1974

Duke Ellington Oral History

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Call Number: OHIII
Scope and Contents: The Duke Ellington Oral History is comprises ninety-two interviews with and about Ellington, one of America's greatest composers. Included among the interviewees are musicians, family members, friends, and colleagues.
Dates: 1939-1987, bulk 1977-1987

Paul Hindemith Oral History

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Call Number: OHI
Scope and Contents: The Paul Hindemith Oral History consists of seventy-five interviews with students, performers, colleagues, and friends of the celebrated German composer. The Hindemith oral history complements and gives added dimension to the Paul Hindemith Collection of personal papers and manuscripts in the Irving S. Gilmore Music Library at Yale University.
Dates: 1951-2007, bulk 1972-1977