Albert Stoessel papers,

Title
Albert Stoessel papers, 1907-1943.
Author
Stoessel, Albert, 1894-1943.
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Box 1Mixed materialSupervised useAvailableJPB 89-91 Box 1Performing Arts Research Collections - Music
Box 2Mixed materialSupervised useAvailableJPB 89-91 Box 2Performing Arts Research Collections - Music
Box 3Mixed materialSupervised useAvailableJPB 89-91 Box 3Performing Arts Research Collections - Music
Box 4Mixed materialSupervised useAvailableJPB 89-91 Box 4Performing Arts Research Collections - Music
Box 5Mixed materialSupervised useIn transitJPB 89-91 Box 5Performing Arts Research Collections - Music
Box 6Mixed materialSupervised useAvailableJPB 89-91 Box 6Performing Arts Research Collections - Music
Box 7Mixed materialSupervised useAvailableJPB 89-91 Box 7Performing Arts Research Collections - Music
Box 8Mixed materialSupervised useAvailableJPB 89-91 Box 8Performing Arts Research Collections - Music

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American Music Collection.
Description
1.5 linear ft. (6 boxes)
Biography (note)
  • Albert Stoessel was an American composer, conductor, and teacher. $bHe was born in St. Louis, MO on October 11, 1894. He studied in the Berlin Hochschule under Emmanuel Wirth and Willy Hess. At age 19 he made his professional debut as a violinist. In 1921 he became assistant conductor of the Oratorio Society of New York under Walter Damrosch. Beginning in 1923, he taught at the music department of New York University, leaving in 1931 to become director of orchestra and opera departments at the Juilliard School of Music. He was also director of a number of local orchestras. His opera Garrick premiered in 1936. He was married to Julia Pickard in 1917. Stoessel died while conducting at the American Academy of Arts and Letters on May 12, 1943.
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  • Cataloged
Call Number
JPB 89-91
Author
Stoessel, Albert, 1894-1943.
Title
Albert Stoessel papers, 1907-1943.
Summary
The files in the collection contain personal and professional correspondence; drafts of articles, speeches, and musical programs; scores owned by Stoessel (often with his notes in the margins); miscellaneous scores composed by Stoessel; photographs; and memorials, professional biographies, and obituaries.
Biography
Albert Stoessel was an American composer, conductor, and teacher. $bHe was born in St. Louis, MO on October 11, 1894. He studied in the Berlin Hochschule under Emmanuel Wirth and Willy Hess. At age 19 he made his professional debut as a violinist. In 1921 he became assistant conductor of the Oratorio Society of New York under Walter Damrosch. Beginning in 1923, he taught at the music department of New York University, leaving in 1931 to become director of orchestra and opera departments at the Juilliard School of Music. He was also director of a number of local orchestras. His opera Garrick premiered in 1936. He was married to Julia Pickard in 1917. Stoessel died while conducting at the American Academy of Arts and Letters on May 12, 1943.
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American Music Collection.
Research Call Number
JPB 89-91
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