A report on New York College of Music

Carl Hein and August Fraemke and NY College of Music Building

American conservatory of music located in Manhattan that flourished from 1878 to 1968.

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Hubert de Blanck

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Dutch-born professor, pianist, and composer who spent the better part of his life in Cuba.

Dutch-born professor, pianist, and composer who spent the better part of his life in Cuba.

He was later awarded the position of Professor of Piano at the New York College of Music, which had previously been held by Professor Rafael Joseffy.

William James Henderson circa 1910

William James Henderson

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American musical critic and scholar.

American musical critic and scholar.

William James Henderson circa 1910

Henderson's perspicacity as a musical reviewer and evaluator was recognised when he was appointed lecturer on musical history in the New York College of Music.

Fred Weinberg

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American composer, producer, sound designer, and founder of Fred Weinberg Productions, Inc.

American composer, producer, sound designer, and founder of Fred Weinberg Productions, Inc.

The New York College Of Music, which, after 1968, was absorbed into New York University's [[Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development#Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions|Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development]]

Hans Kronold as part of the Chicago Sunday America, 17 December 1905.

Hans Kronold

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Jewish-born Polish cellist, composer, educator, and a member of symphony orchestras of New York and Boston.

Jewish-born Polish cellist, composer, educator, and a member of symphony orchestras of New York and Boston.

Hans Kronold as part of the Chicago Sunday America, 17 December 1905.

On his return, he quit playing for orchestras and devoted himself to solo-playing and teaching at the New York College of Music.

Portrait of Strauss by Max Liebermann (1918)

Richard Strauss

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German composer, conductor, pianist, and violinist.

German composer, conductor, pianist, and violinist.

Portrait of Strauss by Max Liebermann (1918)
Strauss aged 22
Pauline de Ahna Strauss, c. 1900
Strauss villa at Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Built 1906. Architect: Emanuel Seidl.
Strauss, portrait by Fritz Erler, 1898
Strauss with his wife and son, 1910
Strauss was on the cover of TIME in 1927 and (here) 1938.
Strauss at Garmisch in 1938
Richard Strauss engraved by Ferdinand Schmutzer (1922)
Richard Strauss
Stamp issued in 1954
Strauss conducting (c. 1900)
Star on the Walk of Fame, Vienna

1932, New York College of Music Medal.

Siegfried Landau

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German-born American conductor and composer.

German-born American conductor and composer.

In 1943, he became a faculty member of the New York College of Music (after 1968 absorbed into New York University's [[Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development#Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions|Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development]]).

Vittorio Rieti

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Jewish-Italian-American composer.

Jewish-Italian-American composer.

He taught at the Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore (1948–49), Chicago Musical College (1950–54), Queens College, New York (1958–60), and New York College of Music (1960–64).

Vladimir Padwa

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American pianist, composer, and educator.

American pianist, composer, and educator.

He became professor of music at the New York College of Music in 1948, and was named chairman of the piano department in 1967; In 1968, the College of Music merged with New York University, where he became Associate Professor of Music Education.

Claude Champagne (left) and Wilfrid Pelletier (right) at the opening of the Conservatoire de musique du Québec à Montréal in 1943.

Wilfrid Pelletier

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Canadian conductor, pianist, composer, and arts administrator.

Canadian conductor, pianist, composer, and arts administrator.

Claude Champagne (left) and Wilfrid Pelletier (right) at the opening of the Conservatoire de musique du Québec à Montréal in 1943.

In 1959 he was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Music degree from the New York College of Music.

Jacob Weinberg

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Russian-born Jewish composer and pianist who composed over 135 works for piano and other instruments.

Russian-born Jewish composer and pianist who composed over 135 works for piano and other instruments.

He joined the music faculty of the New York College of Music in 1929 where he taught for many years and later joined the faculty at Hunter College.