Emil Danenberg Collection
A performer and music professor, Emil Danenberg (1917-1982) was extensively involved in chamber music, including performances with the New Hungarian Quartet, with violinists Matthew Raimondi and Andor Toth, and with cellist Pierre Fournier. Danenberg also gave numerous solo recitals and taught at both UNC Chapel Hill and Oberlin Conservatory. In addition, Danenberg was the president of Oberlin College and taught many master classes there. The collection contains concert programs, scrapbooks, recordings, photographs, correspondence, autographs, and other miscellaneous documents related to Danenbergs career, the ensembles he was involved in, and his relationships with his colleagues and friends, especially his wife, Mary Ann Danenberg, and his theory teacher, Arnold Schoenberg.
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Emil Danenberg Collection, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries.Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1903.1/19359
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