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Q: 20C Music History, Vocalists ( No Answer,   3 Comments )
Subject: 20C Music History, Vocalists
Category: Arts and Entertainment > Performing Arts
Asked by: rohk-ga
List Price: $25.00
Posted: 16 Oct 2005 17:26 PDT
Expires: 22 Oct 2005 08:20 PDT
Question ID: 581078
I'm wanting to identify three performers, all vocalists who probably
performed widely in New York City around the 1930s and 40s, especially
in the area of New Music. I am working from references to them at WNYC
in 1940. All of them were involved with German refugees of the period.
I have little to go on, but they were almost certainly very famous
people in their own circles, and even a last name should be enough:
Leore Meyer, Rose Landwehr, and  a Miss Dick (who performed songs by Webern)

I need enough info about each of them to write short notes identifying them.
Info about date of birth and decease, career, musical studies, would
be to the point.

This ad is for Miss Dick. Other ads can be found here for the other two singers.

Clarification of Question by rohk-ga on 16 Oct 2005 18:19 PDT
Hope I'm not confusing people. There are three ads, one for each of
these singers so that they can be paid for individually. If I have
lost track of what I have posted, please let me know.
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: 20C Music History, Vocalists
From: myoarin-ga on 16 Oct 2005 17:47 PDT
This is apparently a duplicate question to  Question ID: 581076
Subject: Re: 20C Music History, Vocalists
From: myoarin-ga on 17 Oct 2005 05:02 PDT
Glad Paf found Rose Landwehr.  Researchers invest in access to
archives  - and know how to use them.
To catch up on all your questions, click on "my account" at the top of
the page and you'll see all your questions, making it easy to pick out
the duplicates.
My apologies for having overseen that this is NOT a duplicate.
Subject: Re: 20C Music History, Vocalists
From: pafalafa-ga on 17 Oct 2005 05:10 PDT

I've noticed that you have a bit of an itchy trigger finger when it
comes to posting.  If you slow down a bit, you'll probably find you
have less cause to be posting apologies for erroneous comments.

You've added a good deal of useful information to quite a number of
questions....keep it coming.


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