This collection contains research material pertaining to German composer and music director Heinrich Marschner, compiled by
Allen Dean Palmer during his studies at UCLA. Material includes photographs, printed sheet music, clippings, postcards, and
Palmer's completed Masters thesis and PhD dissertation.
HEINRICH AUGUST MARSCHNER (born 16 August 1795) was a German composer who served as Kapellmeister at the Hanover court opera
for thirty years. He is primarily known for his operas, though he was a romantic composer who also made important contributions
to the Lied, or body of German Romantic poems set to classical music.
1.2 linear ft.
(2 flat boxes and 1 document box)
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