St. Catharines Public Library Digital Collection
Teresa Vanderburgh's Musical Scrapbook #1 - Newspaper Clippings


Description
Creator:
Teresa Vanderburgh, Compiler
Media Type:
Text
Item Types:
Scrapbooks
Clippings
Description:
Page 31 of the first of Teresa Vanderburgh's musical scrapbooks - clippings of newspaper articles. Topics include: The New York Symphony Orchestra, Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony, the Bagpipe and its music and the continuation of an article about Pietro Mascagni. Newspapers Unknown. Date Unknown.

The article regarding Mascagni in the last column is a continuation of the article seen in the last column of page 29.
Notes:
Location: Scrapbook # 1 - Page 31

Date of Scrapbook: 1876-1922

Teresa Vanderburgh was one of St. Catharines' most prominent musicians and teachers for many years. The scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings, musical programs and pamphlets for St. Catharines and other places of interest to Miss Vanderburgh. She died on January 15, 1941.
Pagination:
p. 31
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Mr. Walter Damrosch Pietro Mascagni Mrs C.W. Harrison
Language of Item:
English
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
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Teresa Vanderburgh's Musical Scrapbook #1 - Newspaper Clippings


Page 31 of the first of Teresa Vanderburgh's musical scrapbooks - clippings of newspaper articles. Topics include: The New York Symphony Orchestra, Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony, the Bagpipe and its music and the continuation of an article about Pietro Mascagni. Newspapers Unknown. Date Unknown.

The article regarding Mascagni in the last column is a continuation of the article seen in the last column of page 29.