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[Georges Barrère in robe with flute].

Image ID: g99f839_001

[Georges Barrère in robe with flute]. ([ 1915-1923])

Image Details

Image Title

:  [Georges Barrère in robe with flute].

Creator

: Boughton, Alice, 1865-1943 -- unknown role

Created Date

: [ 1915-1923]

Item Physical Description

: 1 photographic print : b&w ; 26 x 21 cm.

Notes

: French-born Georges Barrere was brought to the United States in 1905 by Walter Damrosch and soon joined his New York Symphony Orchesta. He also founded his own Barrere Ensemble of Wind Instruments, continuing the work of a similar ensemble he had founded in Paris. Barrere often fostered and programmed contemporary composers, among them Charles Griffes. In 1916, Barrere's ensemble premiered Griffes' woodwind-harp arrangements of The lake at e ....
[See More...] Note 2.) French-born Georges Barrere was brought to the United States in 1905 by Walter Damrosch and soon joined his New York Symphony Orchesta. He also founded his own Barrere Ensemble of Wind Instruments, continuing the work of a similar ensemble he had founded in Paris. Barrere often fostered and programmed contemporary composers, among them Charles Griffes. In 1916, Barrere's ensemble premiered Griffes' woodwind-harp arrangements of The lake at e ....
[See More...] Note 3.) French-born Georges Barrere was brought to the United States in 1905 by Walter Damrosch and soon joined his New York Symphony Orchesta. He also founded his own Barrere Ensemble of Wind Instruments, continuing the work of a similar ensemble he had founded in Paris. Barrere often fostered and programmed contemporary composers, among them Charles Griffes. In 1916, Barrere's ensemble premiered Griffes' woodwind-harp arrangements of The lake at e ....
[See More...] Note 4.) French-born Georges Barrere was brought to the United States in 1905 by Walter Damrosch and soon joined his New York Symphony Orchesta. He also founded his own Barrere Ensemble of Wind Instruments, continuing the work of a similar ensemble he had founded in Paris. Barrere often fostered and programmed contemporary composers, among them Charles Griffes. In 1916, Barrere's ensemble premiered Griffes' woodwind-harp arrangements of The lake at e ....
[See More...] Note 5.) French-born Georges Barrere was brought to the United States in 1905 by Walter Damrosch and soon joined his New York Symphony Orchesta. He also founded his own Barrere Ensemble of Wind Instruments, continuing the work of a similar ensemble he had founded in Paris. Barrere often fostered and programmed contemporary composers, among them Charles Griffes. In 1916, Barrere's ensemble premiered Griffes' woodwind-harp arrangements of The lake at e ....
[See More...] Note 6.) French-born Georges Barrere was brought to the United States in 1905 by Walter Damrosch and soon joined his New York Symphony Orchesta. He also founded his own Barrere Ensemble of Wind Instruments, continuing the work of a similar ensemble he had founded in Paris. Barrere often fostered and programmed contemporary composers, among them Charles Griffes. In 1916, Barrere's ensemble premiered Griffes' woodwind-harp arrangements of The lake at e ....
[See More...] Note 7.) Georges Barrere, posed in what may be graduation robes, seated, holding his flute, a forest setting in background. Note 8.) National Endowment for the Arts Millennium Project. Note 9.) Negative available, no. C4948. Note 10.) Photograph by Alice Boughton--Hand-written on bottom of print. Note 11.) Photographs Note 12.) Treasures of the American Performing Arts, 1875-1923

Source

: Music Division Iconography Collection. / Names / Charles Barrere

Location

: The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts / Music Division

Catalog Call Number

: Iconography (Barrere, Georges, no. 12)

Digital ID

: g99f839_001

Record ID

: 182359

Digital Item Published

: 12-19-2006; updated 3-25-2011

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