This collection consists of autographed manuscripts of orchestral works.
Zádor was born on Nov. 5, 1894 in Bátaszék,
Hungary; studied under Richard Heuberger at the
Vienna Conservatory (1911) and under Max Reger in
Leipzig (1912-14); attended lectures given by
Hermann Abert (1913-14) and Arnold Schering
(1919-20) at the Univ. of Halle, and studied with
Fritz Volbach at Münster Univ. (1920-21), where he
took his doctorate; was invited to teach at the
New Vienna Conservatory in 1921, and in 1934 he
became an honorary teacher at the Budapest Academy
of Music; he left Hungary in 1939, finally
settling in Los Angeles; composed many operas and
orchestral pieces, including the Hungarian
caprice; wrote over 120 film scores for Hollywood;
he died on Apr. 4, 1977.
126 boxes (63 linear ft.)
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