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Marvin Duchow Music Library Charles Reiner Collection
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Charles Reiner Collection

  • CA MDML 001
  • Collection
  • 1924?-2006, predominant 1950-1989

The Charles Reiner Collection consists of correspondence, newspaper reviews and clippings, performance programmes, personal documents including legal material, photographs, writings, published and unpublished music by Reiner and other composers, a...

Reiner, Charles

Reviews/Clippings

The Reviews/Clippings Series contains Charles Reiner’s clippings or reviews, and other articles from newspapers, magazines, and other published listings. The reviews and clippings are arranged by time period as indicated.

Correspondence

The Correspondence Series contains letters to or by Charles Reiner, in addition to correspondence about him or pertaining to his career. Arranged chronologically by time period as indicated.

Correspondence 1949-1949

Includes letters from Alfred Cortot (1949), Rudolf Firkusny (1954), Irene Serkin (1957), and Rudolf Serkin (n.d.), and a letter to Sir Ernest MacMillan (1951).

Programmes

The Programmes Series contains concert programmes of his performances from 1950 to 1999 as well as programmes from performances that he attended and kept. The programmes are arranged chronologically.

Programmes, 1950s.

Includes signed programme by Charles Reiner and Henryk Szeryng; programme for the ―Grande Concert de Gala‖ of the International Refugee Organization; programmes for solo performances; listings of radio broadcasts; and programmes for collaborative ...

Biography

The Biography Series consists of divergent materials, all relating to either Reiner’s personal or professional life after his arrival in Canada. The series includes: personal legal documents, autobiographical writings, medical documents, writings ...

Programmes, 1960–64.

Includes invitations and programme for a recital by Henryk Szeryng and Charles Reiner at the Hall of the Americas (Pan American Union, Washington, D.C.); programme for a recital by Henryk Szeryng and Charles Reiner at Tanglewood; programme for per...

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