Walter Robert Collection
A piano performer, music educator, and writer, Walter Robert (1908-1999) performed many solo and accompaniment recitals, including concerts in New York, Vienna, Italy, Austria, and Taiwan. In addition, Robert taught music at North Texas University and Indiana University and was a professor for brief periods of time at many places worldwide. Robert also wrote articles on various composers and music styles and was a lifelong scholar in classical languages. The collection contains scrapbooks, concert programs, articles, publicity flyers, biographical sketches, correspondence, books, photographs, recordings, and memorabilia related to Roberts career, his post-retirement graduate work, and the colleagues that he was close to, including Charles Webb, Maurice Hinson, and his wife, Dorothy Robert.
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Walter Robert Collection, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries.Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1903.1/19400
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