Isadore Freed collection
Scope and Contents
The Isadore Freed collection consists of photographs, newspaper clippings, press releases, compositions, and concert programs pertaining to Isadore Freed at the Julius Hartt School of Music and the Hartt College of Music. The collection also includes short bios, resumes, and completed questionnaires which provide background information on Freed's career.
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Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open to all researchers.
Conditions Governing Use
The materials in this collection may be protected by copyright law (U.S. Code: Title 17). Any use of the material which exceeds fair use requires permission from the copyright holder. Researchers are solely responsible for obtaining the proper permission(s) for their use of the material.
Biographical / Historical
Isadore Freed (1900-1960) an internationally known composer who joined the Hartt faculty in 1944. He chaired the department of composition and theory. He achieved special notice as a composer of Jewish liturgical music and was considered a leading organist. He was born in Brest-litovsk, Russia and came to the U. S. as a young boy. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and also studied abroad.
0.42 Linear Feet (2 container)
This small collection contains photographs, newspaper clippings, press releases, compositions, and concert programs pertaining to Isadore Freed at the Julius Hartt School of Music and the Hartt College of Music.
Existence and Location of Copies
All of the photographs in the collection have been digitized and can be accessed at: http://hdl.handle.net/11134/550002:arch172. Access to the digital images is limited to the University of Hartford Campus. Computers are available to the public at the Harrison Libraries.
- Guide to the Isadore Freed collection
- Original finding aid by Ethel Bacon and Margaret Mair. Revised by Sean Parke, Oct. 2017.
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