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Fri Mar 21 17:04:48 2014 UTClccn-nr980253400.00Program of fourth concert, seventeenth season, Mar. 26, 18590.701.00Program /140036782nr 980253404768128New-York Philharmonic SocietyNew York Philharmonic-Symphony.New York Philharmonic-Symphony Society.Orchestre philharmonique, New York.Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York.Philharmonische Symphonieorchester, New York.New York Philharmonicnp-hughes, james mHughes, James M.lccn-no95007939Mason, R. Osgood(Rufus Osgood)1830-1903lccn-no95007941Goodwin, Thomas1799-1886lccn-n79041680Strauss, Richard1864-1949lccn-n50026431Walter, Bruno1876-1962nc-anacreontic society new york n yAnacreontic Society (New York, N.Y.).lccn-n86140996Washington, George1732-1799lccn-n50082532Mengelberg, Willem1871-1951cndlccn-n81139912New York Philharmoniclccn-no00006884Theodore Thomas Orchestra (Chicago, Ill.)Philharmonic Society of New YorkMusicRecords and correspondencePictorial worksSourcesWashington, George,New York PhilharmonicSymphonic poemsPhilharmonic Society of New YorkNew York (State)--New YorkConcertsOverturesSymphoniesMusic--Societies, etcConcert programsActorsSymphonies--ExcerptsMarches (Orchestra)United StatesString orchestra musicMusic--Instruction and studyOperas--ExcerptsSuites (Orchestra)--ExcerptsTheaterAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)United States Sanitary CommissionGermanyManners and customsViolinistsSongsOrchestraTheodore Thomas Orchestra (Chicago, Ill.)Incidental music--ExcerptsMusic--PerformanceSymphony orchestrasDance musicOperaMusical instrumentsInsuranceInstitute of International Education (New York, N.Y.)Stoessel, Albert,Koussevitzky, Serge,Juilliard SchoolSimon and Schuster, incPhiladelphia OrchestraDamrosch, Walter,Coward, Noel,Practice of lawBritten, Benjamin,King, William Lyon Mackenzie,Columbia College (New York, N.Y.)FamiliesStokowski, Leopold,MiscellaneaGershwin, Ira,179918011848185018571858186418691881188418871892189519101929194019421976723440784.2184Z1215ocn022477363ocn847690954ocn84769134784ocn064613500book17990.88Sacred music, to be performed in St. Paul's Church, on Tuesday the 31st December, 1799, by the Anacreontic and Philharmonic Societies, at the funeral ceremonies in honor of the memory of the late General WashingtonMusic71ocn437942033book18580.76New-York Philharmonic Society. 1857 1858 Academy of Music, Saturday evening, January 9, 1858. Sixty-second concert.71ocn018550341rcrd0.90Strauss, RichardDeath and transfiguration (Tod und Verklarung). Don Juan, op. 2071ocn437942021book18570.76New-York Philharmonic Society. 1857 1858 Academy of Music, Saturday evening, November 21, 1857. Sixty-first concert.43ocn022477363rcrd19760.86Mengelberg, WillemWillem Mengelberg11ocn074175230visu0.10Election as honorary associate member of the Philharmonic Society of New York, 17th September, 1905Pictorial worksA photograph of a handwritten document from the Philharmonic Society of New York electing Andrew Carnegie as an honorary associate member for his "efforts and services as President of the Society" and for his "advancement of classical orchestral music in New York City." The document contains an emblem, decorative letters and it is signed by the vice-president and secretary11ocn840331236book19290.47Philharmonic Society of New YorkNew York Philharmonic-Symphony children's and young people's concerts conducted by Ernest Schelling : 1929-193011ocn639465569serialPhilharmonic Society of New YorkAnnual report of the Philharmonic Society of New York11ocn690590464book19401.00The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York 3679th concertThe Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York, consolidated 1928, 1940-1941 ninety-ninth season, 3679th concert under the direction of John Barbirolli, local management: C.C. Cappell11ocn046764555book19761.00Philharmonic Society of New YorkIndexes to the N.Y. Philharmonic program notes composer index, conductor index [and] artist indexSources11ocn038214297serial0.47New York PhilharmonicNotes on the programme11ocn079035168book18841.00The friends of the late Mr. Julius Hallgarten are respectfully invited to be present at a service in memoriam under the auspices of the Philharmonic Society of New York City, at Steinway Hall, on Thursday afternoon, January 24, at 4 o'clock precisely : short addresses will be delivered by Prof. Felix Adler and others. The Philharmonic Society will perform11ocn475532824book18690.27Schumann, RobertManfred11ocn085221607mix1.00Mauro-Cottone, MelchiorreMelchiorre Mauro-Cottone papersRecords and correspondenceThe Melchiorre Mauro-Cottone papers consist of correspondence, clippings, programs, photographs, and scores that document the career of the concert organist and composer of choral and church music11ocn691219694book19421.00Young people's concertsThe Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York, consolidated 1928, 1941-1942 centennial season, "Young People's Concerts" (founded by Ernest Schelling in 1924), Rudolph Ganz, conductor, 205th concert, fifth concert of the Carnegie Hall series, 19th season, assisting artist Eleanor Fine and Veronica Mimoso, pianists, the composer at the piano, John Barbibolli, conductor, Arthur Judson, manager, Bruno Zirato, associate manager, Maurice van Praag, orchestra personnel manager. Notes on the program by pupils of the New Canaan Country School11ocn044889788book18951.00Philharmonic Society of New YorkConstitution and by-laws ... Revised and adopted November, 189411ocn611669998book18920.86Krehbiel, Henry EdwardThe Philharmonic society of New York11ocn122532842mix1.00Music program scrapbookScrapbook consists of programs from classical music seasons in New York City from 1880 to 189411ocn155513248mix1.00Philharmonic Society of New YorkIncluded are correspondence, ca. 1860s-1920s, concerning fund raising and other financial matters, subscriptions, matters relating to the board of directors, and general and miscellaneous matters; lists of repertoire, conductors, and board members; accounts; constitutions and bylaws, with amendments; concert programs; annual and special reports; reports of treasurers, secretaries, and librarians; printed material; attendance records; and receipts, bills, and vouchers, ca. 1860s-1890s, for expenditures on advertising, musicians' salaries, rental of halls, insurance for musical instruments, bill posting and distributing, stage carpentry, music rental, and numerous other expenses01ocn082507345mixPhilharmonic Society of New YorkIncluded are correspondence, ca. 1860s-1920s, concerning fund raising and other financial matters, subscriptions, matters relating to the board of directors, and general and miscellaneous matters; lists of repertoire, conductors, and board members; accounts; constitutions and bylaws, with amendments; concert programs; annual and special reports; reports of treasurers, secretaries, and librarians; printed material; attendance records; and receipts, bills, and vouchers, ca. 1860s-1890s, for expenditures on advertising, musicians' salaries, rental of halls, insurance for musical instruments, bill posting and distributing, stage carpentry, music rental, and numerous other expenses81ocn210710288book18870.76Goodwin, ThomasSketches and impressions, musical, theatrical and social : (1799-1885) including a sketch of the Philharmonic Society of New YorkBiographyAnecdotesRecords and correspondence31ocn173882459serial1.00Philharmonic Society of New YorkProgramPeriodicals21ocn611072619book20100.47Marden, Orison SwettHow Theodore Thomas brought the people nearer to musicBiography+-+032309079622ocn852375411bookPhilharmonic Society of New YorkProgram of fourth concert, seventeenth season, Mar. 26, 185911ocn060975654book1850Philharmonic Society of New YorkPhilharmonic Society. 1849. 1850. Last concert--Eighth season. : Apollo Rooms,--Saturday ev'g, April 20th, 1850. Thirty-second concert. Programme11ocn701748936book1.00Philharmonic Society of New York[Pamphlets]11ocn060952565book1864Amateur dramatic entertainment in aid of the United States Sanitary Commission, at the Athenaeum, on Tuesday evening, February 2d, 1864. : The Rivals, a comedy in five acts, by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, will be performed. The Orchestra of the Philarmonic Society, under the direction of Mr. Theo. Eisfeld, conductor, Mr., Joseph Noll, leaderHistory11ocn852225382visuPhilharmonic Society of New YorkProgram of fourth concert, seventeenth season, Mar. 26, 185911ocn862160756mix1.00Gauthier, EvaÉva Gauthier papersÉva Gauthier (1885-1958) was a Canadian-American vocalist best known for her performances of contemporary music and her associations with George Gershwin, Igor Stravinsky, and other composers. The Éva Gauthier papers, dating from 1899 to 1960, document the singer's life and career through correspondence; photographs; writings; programs and publicity material; business and legal records; and clippings11ocn122603068book1801Philharmonic Society of New YorkConstitution and bye-laws of the Philharmonic Society : as amended 3d December, 1801Constitution11ocn079984496art1910The Philharmonic Society of New York : sixty-eighth season : Gustav Mahler, conductor11ocn060981358book1881Philharmonic Society of New York1880-1881. Philharmonic Society of New York. Theodore Thomas,--conductor. : Public rehearsal to the third concert Friday afternoon, January 14th, 1881, at 2 o'clock, Academy of Music. Soloist: Herr Georg Henschel, baritone11ocn058775484mix1.00Strong, George TempletonHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcPersonal narrativesDiary, 1835-1875. Strong wrote an extremely lengthy and detailed narrative and commentary about persons, events, and institutions in New York City, particularly his attendance and continued interest in Columbia College; his career as an attorney in the firm of his father, George Washington Strong; his interest in law and his attitude towards current practices among lawyers; his frequent attendance at concerts, operas, oratorios, and the theatre; his membership in numerous civic and cultural organizations, particularly as president of the Philharmonic Society and treasurer of the Sanitary Commission; numerous social activities, including friendships with his cousin, Charles Edward Strong, and with George Christian Anthon; family affairs, including his marriage to Ellen Ruggles, daughter of Samuel B. Ruggles, and the death of their first child. There are some pen and ink drawings in the diary, and various other papers are pasted in or laid in, including clippings, photographs, letters, Confederate banknotes, and other printed ephemera11ocn058787999book1848Philharmonic Society of New YorkPhilharmonic Society. 1848. 1849. : First concert--Seventh season. Assembly rooms,--Chinese buildings, Saturday ev'ng, December 2d, 1848+-+0323090796Fri Mar 21 15:21:36 EDT 2014batch18564