Robert Stolz Correspondence
Collection — Container: MS 7345
Call Number: MS 7345
Scope and Contents
The collection contains eighteen letters, which are dated 1973-1974, and sixteen of them are from Robert Stolz (1880-1975) or his secretary. The other two are from Einzi Stolz (1912-2004), Stolz’s wife. These letters were sent to Dima Paul Shishko (1910-1992) and are in response to Shishko’s requests to record certain Viennese music, and inquiries into where he can purchase Stolz’s records in the United States.
- Other: Date acquired: 00/00/2014
- Cole, Phyllis (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
Robert Stolz (1880-1975) was a Viennese composer and conductor who was known internationally for his marches and waltzes. He also wrote music for Hollywood films.
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Donated to the Boston Public Library by Phyllis W. Cole in 2014.
Finding aid written by Amanda Bibbens, February 2015.
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