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Stoessel, Albert, 1894-1943 National Library of France Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Israel ISNI

Albert Stoessel American conductor Wikidata

VIAF ID: 37184719 (Personal)


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Andantino grazioso, violin, cello, piano, D major Library of Congress/NACO
Hispania Library of Congress/NACO
Hispania. Media noche Library of Congress/NACO
[Lettre d'Albert Stoessel à André Caplet, Woodstock, New Hampshire, 22 août 1920] National Library of France
Maid as mistress, c1934: Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Israel
New York University Department of Music concert of original compositions by students of the department, 1927. Soloists: Miss Chrystal Waters, soprano, Mr. Charles Haubiel, pianist, Mr. Raymond Rogers, organist, Mr. Carl Weinrich, organist. String orchestra under the direction of Professor Albert Stoessel. Library of Congress/NACO
Philip James correspondence Library of Congress/NACO
Suite of orchestral excerpts from the opera Garrick National Library of Israel
The technic of the baton : a handbook for students of conducting National Library of Israel
technique du bâton manuel à l'usage des élèves chefs d'orchestre National Library of France
Ten years of American opera design at the Juilliard School of music, a list of the material presented to the New York public library... and displayed, in part, in an exhibition held... from November, 13 to December, 10, 1941. [Introduction by Carleton Sprague Smith, Albert Stoessel, F. J. Kiesler.] National Library of France
University string orchestra album : selected classics for string orchestra Library of Congress/NACO

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