Max Steiner Music Society collection of publications, 1932-2009
Scope and Contents
Contains publications, including journals, magazines, books, articles, and booklets. Most publications engage with the topic of Max Steiner and his film composition work. Dated 1932 to 2009.
- Max Steiner Music Society (creator, Organization)
Language of Materials
The majority of materials are in English. Some materials are also in French, Dutch, and German.
Conditions Governing Access
Open for public research.
Conditions Governing Use
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The Max Steiner Music Society was an active organization from 1965 to 1981. It was established by Albert K. Bender and operated out of Kankakee, Illinois. The society’s stated purpose was, "Aiming to perpetuate the mmusic of Max Steiner." The society gathered and distributed research and writings centered around the historical and critical appreciation of the film music scoring of Max Steiner, who has been called the "father of film music." International in scope, the society published these writings in regular journals, annuals, and bulletins primarily in America and Europe, but also throughout the world. It also maintained a music catalog of Max Steiner’s work, from which it distributed audio recordings. The society also recognized the accomplishments of other film music scores by presenting the Max Steiner Award.
Arranged alphabetically by title.
Part of the L. Tom Perry Special Collections Repository
Brigham Young University
Provo Utah 84602 United States