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Chihara (Paul) Papers
PASC-M.0154  
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Description
Music manuscripts, published scores, sound recordings, published reviews, and photographs.
Background
American composer, Paul Chihara (b. Seattle, WA, July 9, 1938) studied composition with Robert Palmer at Cornell University (where he received an MA and DMA in English Literature), Nadia Boulanger in Paris, Ernst Pepping in Berlin, and Gunther Schuller at the Berkshire Music Center.
Extent
3.5 Linear Feet (7 boxes)
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