Niecks, Professor, Friedrich, 1845-1924 (Professor of Music)
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Letter, 7 October 1928, Edinburgh, Sir Donald Francis Tovey to Charles Glover Barkla. The teaching of music at Edinburgh University. Typescript signed.
Dates: 27 October 1928
Scope and Contents Letter, 28 June [n.y], Donald Tovey to Friedrich Niecks. Offering to play a programmes of Niecks choosing. Holograph signed.
Dates: c28 June 1900
Scope and Contents Letter, 24 September 1892, Moffat, Sophie Weisse to Donald Tovey. Advising Tovey on what to work at and expressing anxiety at Tovey' lack of piano practise. Typescript copy.
Dates: 24 September 1892
Scope and Contents Letter, 30 June 1920, Interlaken, Leader of the Scottish Orchestra to Donald Tovey. Introducing himself to Tovey, and asking for a place in the Reid Orchestra. Holograph signed.
Dates: 30 June 1920
Scope and Contents Letter, 15 December 1915, Edinburgh, Donald Tovey to Sophie Weisse. News of Tovey's trip to Wales and problems he may encounter leaving the country. Holograph signed.
Dates: 15 December 1915
Scope and Contents Letter, , Donald Tovey to Sophie Weisse . News that the University has agreed to Tovey's Sunday concerts and of the University musical society and the Reid Orchestra, criticism of an article by A. C. Benson, Necks illness. Holograph signed.
Scope and Contents Letter, 20 January 1893, London, Donald Tovey to Sophie Weisse. Explaining that Tovey has been too busy to send a card to Miss. Weisse and description of a performance. Photocopy of a typescript copy.
Dates: 20 January 1893
Scope and Contents The collection is composed of a variety of typescript and manuscript material. This includes: Lectures on the history of music Lectures in counterpoint and harmony Contrapuntal compositions for analysis Compositions, loose sheet music Note-books Notes on history and form Lectures on accompaniment, modulation...
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Identifier: EUA IN1/ADS/LIB/RML
Dates: 20th century