6 edition of Music in Philadelphia and the Musical Fund Society found in the catalog.
January 2003 by Ross Books .
Written in English
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The Musical Fund Society of Philadelphia, established inis the oldest continuing musical organization in the United States. About the Society The Society’s membership represents an unusual cross-section of the Philadelphia community that includes professional and amateur musicians.
The Society has enjoyed a rich history of support for music and musicians. During the 19th century, its orchestra was the precursor of the Philadelphia Orchestra and played music by Beethoven during his lifetime, and “new” music by Haydn, Mozart, Weber and others.
When the Society built its renowned Musical Fund Society Hall in. With its busy and notable schedule of events, was the banner year for the Musical Fund Hall.
By the end of the year, the 3,seat Philadelphia Academy of Music opened and immediately supplanted the Musical Fund Hall as the premier venue for concerts and lectures in the city. The Musical Fund Society moved its concerts to the Academy of Music in Location: Locust St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The Musical Fund Society performed its first concert on this stage on Decemand the Musical Fund Hall soon became the center of Philadelphia’s music circuit. Musicians from across the globe performed there, including Norwegian violinist Ole Boll and Swedish opera singer Jenny Lind.
The Musical Fund Society, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 59 likes 8 were here. The Musical Fund Society of Philadelphia, established inis the oldest continuing musical organization in the Followers: The Musical Fund Society is one of the oldest musical societies in the United States founded in February by Benjamin Carr, Raynor Taylor, George Schetky and Benjamin Cross, and the painter Thomas first public concert on Ap and featured Beethoven’s 2nd Symphony.
Musical Fund Hall. The Musical Fund Hall, Locust Street in Philadelphia, is a landmark home of the. Get this from a library. Annals of music in Philadelphia and history of the Musical fund society from its organization in to the year. [Louis C Madeira; Philip H Goepp].
The Musical Fund Society (of Philadelphia) is the oldest music organization in the United States that still continues to this day. Founded inthe Society celebrates its bicentennial in and exhibits will be installed at the University of Pennsylvania and the Free Library of Philadelphia.
Mactier, William L. and Louis C. Madeira. The Musical Fund Society of Philadelphia: Organized February 29th,Incorporated February 22nd, Philadelphia: s.n., Madeira, Louis C. Annals of music in Philadelphia and history of the Musical Fund Society from its organization in to the year Edited by Philip H.
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The Musical Fund Society was founded in to formalize ongoing gatherings of Philadelphia amateur and professional musicians. It was incorporated in with the purpose of "the cultivation in skill and diffusion of taste in music and the relief of decayed musicians and their families.".
mission. the society was formed to receive and disburse funds for the public good in all matters relating to music, musical education and musical skill; to the art, science and history of music; and by the wider diffusion of taste and interest in music.
The Albrecht Music Library houses books, music scores, periodicals, microforms, and audio and video recordings. At the core of the collection are scores in both scholarly and performing editions, literature on music history and theory, and microforms of primary sources.
The Library's manuscript holdings include the papers of Marian Anderson, Eugene Ormandy, Leopold Stowkowski, and the. Annals of music in Philadelphia and history of the Musical fund society from its organization in to the year ; by Madeira, Louis Cephas; Goepp, Philip Pages: An interesting and fun book about the 60s and 70s music history in Philadelphia.
Lots of neat photos of the performers then and now with some interesting commentary and discographies from Cameo-Parkway and the Gamble and Huff era. There's also a good bio section of local and nationally known performers from the Philly area.4/5(9).
of the Musical Fund Society of Philadelphia by a group of professional and amateur musicians—today, the oldest American music benevolent society in continuous existence. The musical climate in Philadelphia at the time of the Soci-ety’s founding was engagingly described by the organization’s.
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Philadelphia has an extraordinarily rich and important musical history. From the late eighteenth century, when it was the political and cultural capital of the American colonies, to the present, the city has nurtured numerous ground breaking musical styles and artists and been at the forefront of some of the world’s most significant musical developments.
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Written as a vehicle for Katharine Hepburn, its success marked a reversal of fortunes for the actress, who was one of the film stars deemed "box office poison" in Place premiered: Shubert Theatre, New York City.Septimus Winner ( – Novem ) Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Septimus was the seventh child of violin maker Eastburn Winner.
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