Clarinetists -- United States.
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Daniel Bonade, Swiss-born American clarinetist, teacher and writer, was born in 1896 in Geneva, Switzerland and began playing the clarinet at the age of eight. He studied at the Paris Conservatoire and in 1913 won the prestigious Premier Prix. In 1917 while touring the United States, Bonade was offered the principal clarinet position of the Philadelphia Orchestra. In 1930 he left the Philadelphia Orchestra and continued his orchestral career with positions in the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra,...
Overview Eric Simon (b. 1907- d. 1994) was a Viennese clarinetist, composer, and conductor. This collection contains manuscripts of arrangements and original compositions by Simon, as well as other pieces for clarinet.
Collection — Case 1: Series 1; Series 2; Series 3; Series 4; Series 5  0337-SCPA-ICA
Overview Frank Colantuono (1929-2015) was an American clarinetist, freelance musician, and member of the International Clarinet Association (ICA) involved in many bands and ensembles throughout his lifetime. This collection consists of both personal and professional papers including handwritten notes, correspondence, sheet music, clarinet exercises, diagrams/charts, clarinet technique papers, catalogs, articles and clippings related to clarinet techniques, and his membership in the International...
Content Description The bulk of the Russell S. Howland papers consists of original holograph scores and arrangements by Russell Howland; in some cases related descriptions by the composer have been retained as well. Most of the compositions are intended for concert band or small woodwind ensembles and date from 1944 to 1971.