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Myrow (Fredric) papers
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This collection consists of the papers of American composer Fredric Myrow (1939-1999), along with some papers of his father, composer Josef Myrow (1910-1987). Materials includes manuscript scores, manuscript sheet music, recordings, and correspondence, as well as books, scores, sheet music, and recordings by others.
Fredric Myrow (1939-1999) was an American composer. Also known as Fred Myrow, he is best known for composing the soundtracks for "Soylent Green" (1973), "Scarecrow" (1973), and "Phantasm" (1979). Myrow was composer in residence at the New York Philharmonic and then the Los Angeles Theatre Center. He attended the University of Southern California's Thornton School of Music in 1958. Myrow was the son of composer Josef Myrow (1910-1987) and grandson of music publisher and promoter Irving Mills (1894-1985).
160.375 Linear Feet 99 boxes
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