Mario Braggiotti Collection
Mario Braggiotti (1905-1996) was a pianist, composer, lecturer, and linguist. He performed various solo piano recitals and duo-piano concerts, including at NYCs Town Hall, with the Community Concerts Association, at various Womens clubs, and in France, Italy, and Spain. Braggiotti also founded the Braggiotti Music School in Italy and transcribed many pieces, including classical pieces, popular songs, and musicals. This collection consists of scores, manuscripts, programs, articles, correspondence, flyers, scrapbooks, recordings, photographs, and memorabilia related to Braggiottis performances, his original transcriptions, and the colleagues that he had close relationships with, including pianists Jacqués Fray, Walter Shaw, and Jack Chaikin, as well as his wife, Susan Braggiotti.
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Mario Braggiotti Collection, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries.Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1903.1/19361
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