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PITTSBURGH MUSIC - ARCHIVAL MATERIAL

 

MIHAIL STOLAREVSKY (1883-1974)

 

Contents

  • Programs for two operettas for which he composed the music; performed by The Ellis School, Pittsburgh
  • Music score for third operetta
  • Four audio-tape reels of two operettas

Time Period  1956-1974

Subject

    Founder and Director of the Chatham Music Camp, Chatham College; Violist with the Pittsburgh Symphony; Director of McKeesport Symphony

Location

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FINDING LIST

His Compositions and Tapes (selected)

  1. Three Operettas
    1. Program for James Barrie’s PETER PAN, for which he composed the music (music not included). Presented May 19, 1961 by The Ellis School, Pittsburgh.
    2. Program for SOLOTAIA-RISKA (The Golden Fish) for which he composed the music. Dialogue and verses by Carol Skinner included; music is not. No date given. Subtitled: An Operetta in five acts adapted from a Russian Fairy Tale.
    3. Original music score for Sleepy Hollow. No date given.

  2. Technique Book: Manuscripts for "Formulas for Fundamental Finger Motions" for string players.

  3. Four audio-tape reels
    1. Sleepy Hollow - first copy, Part I. (no date)
    2. Sleepy Hollow - Part II (no date)
    3. Sleepy Hollow - recorded Chatham Chapel (no date)
    4. Peter Pan - March 15, 1979 - 8th grade Ellis School