Carlos Salzedo suit
Scope and Contents
Contains suit pants and suit jacket that belonged to Carlos Salzedo. The suit is beige and linen. Matierals dated approximately 1940-1950.
- approximately 1940-1950
- Salzedo, Carlos, 1885-1961 (Former owner, Person)
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Open for public research.
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Carlos Salzedo (1885-1961) was a famous American harpist and composer.
Carlos Salzedo was born on April 6, 1885. He was the premier prix winner in two instruments at the Paris Conservatoire when graduating at the age of 16. He moved to New York in 1909 and became the first harpist of the Metropolitan Opera for four years under the direction of Toscanini. He established the Trio de Lutece in 1913 and the Salzedo Harp Ensemble in 1917. He helped Varese organize the International Composers' Guild in 1921. He was also active in ISCM, the Pan American Association of Composers, Pro-Musica, and the New Music Society of California under Cowell's direction. He taught at Juilliard and organized the harp department in 1924 at the Curtis Institute of Music. He founded the Salzedo Harp Colony in 1931. He served as President of the American Harp Society and editor of the Eolian Review. He died August 17, 1961.
1 oversize box (1.4 linear ft.)
Donated by Paula Page in 2014.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Donated; Paula Page; June 2014.
Prominent Harpists, (Section IV.a.i. International Harp Collection Development Policy January 2011).
Processed; Laura Bennion, Music Special Collections Research Assistant, and David Day, curator; 2014.
- Register of Carlos Salzedo suit
- Laura Bennion
- 2014 July 30
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- Finding aid written in English in Latin script.