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S. Frederick Starr papers.

Title
S. Frederick Starr papers.
Author
Starr, S. Frederick.
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Additional Authors
  • Gottschalk, Alfred L. M. (Louis Moreau), 1873-1918.
  • Starr, S. Frederick.
Description
15 linear feet (30 boxes )
Subjects
Genre/Form
Manuscripts.
Source (note)
  • Starr, S. Frederick
Biography (note)
  • S. Frederick Starr (born March 24, 1940; his first name, seldom used, is Stephen) is an American academic, specializing in international relations, who also is a noted musician.
  • Louis Moreau Gottschalk (1829-1869), was a highly successful pianist and composer who studied with Hector Berlioz in Paris.
Indexes/Finding Aids (note)
  • Collection guide available in repository and on internet.
Call Number
JPB 06-61
OCLC
  • 84841341
  • 84841341
Author
Starr, S. Frederick.
Title
S. Frederick Starr papers.
Summary
The composer, Louis Moreau Gottschalk is the focus of this collection, created by S. Frederick Starr. Starr gathered materials in writing his book, Bamboula!, which explored the life and music of the composer. The collection primarily consists of chapters of Starr's manuscript, photographs of Gottschalk and his associates, and reproductions of original illustrations. The collection also includes works on Gottschalk by other writers.
Biography
S. Frederick Starr (born March 24, 1940; his first name, seldom used, is Stephen) is an American academic, specializing in international relations, who also is a noted musician. In 1980, Starr, a jazz clarinetist, co-founded the Louisiana Repertory Jazz Ensemble (LRJE), while serving on the faculty of Tulane University. The LRJE has toured extensively in the United States and internationally. The group's recordings include: Alive and Well(1981), Uptown Jazz (1984), and Hot & Sweet: Sounds of Lost New Orleans (1986). In addition to publishing numerous works in the field of international relations, Starr is also the author of studies in popular music history, including Red and Hot: The Fate of Jazz in the Soviet Union, 1917-1991 (1994) and Bamboula!: The Life and Times of Louis Moureau Gottschalk (1995).
Louis Moreau Gottschalk (1829-1869), was a highly successful pianist and composer who studied with Hector Berlioz in Paris. Gottschalk's works, which had fallen out of favor after his death, became the subject of reevaluation in the 1930s and helped to spur a new interest in the study and performance of ragtime music, to which his work is often seen as a precursor.
Indexes
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Occupation
Biographers.
Clarinetists.
College teachers.
Added Author
Gottschalk, Alfred L. M. (Louis Moreau), 1873-1918.
Starr, S. Frederick. Bamboula.
pm Music Division, The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, 40 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023-7498 WPRC/HK
Research Call Number
JPB 06-61
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