Research files on twentieth century pianists compiled by John and Anna Gillespie for the book "Notable twentieth-century pianists:
a bio-critical sourcebook" (Greenwood press, 1995). Files include photocopied clippings of articles, books and concert reviews,
programs, publicity materials, photographs, and correspondence.
John E. (Jack) Gillespie (1921-2003) was professor of Music at the University of California, Santa Barbara for over 40 years.
He authored "Five Centuries of Keyboard Music" (1964), "The Musical Experience" (1968), "Nineteenth-Century European Piano
Music," "Nineteenth-Century American Piano Music," "Notable Twentieth-Century Pianists: A Bio-Critical Sourcebook," (1995)
and numerous articles. He also made a series of recordings of harpsichord music. His wife, Anna Gillespie, collaborated with
her husband on many of his projects.
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