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1. A Gloomy Day When KC Lost Its Philharmonic A Gloomy Day When KC Lost Its Philharmonic August 19, 2006 Author recounts her experiences as a cellist for the Kansas City Philharmonic Orchestra on the evening of its last public performace, February 19th, 1982.

2. A Good-By to W. H. Leib A Good-By to W. H. Leib February/16/1915 Biographical article about W. H. Leib, "one of the pioneers of the musical circles here," retiring from 30 years of teaching music in the Kansas City School District at the age of 70.

3. A Pop Concert from a TV Studio A Pop Concert from a TV Studio January/21/1957 Description of the first television broadcast of the orchestra, done on three local stations from the WDAF-TV studios.

4. About Town About Town January/4/1969 Photo and biographical description of Savino Rendina, an 81-year-old retired "violinist, pianist and French horn player" residing at 4242 54th Street Terrace. Also "one of the original members of the Kansas...

5. Black Conductor to Open Tour Here Black Conductor to Open Tour Here December 27, 1970 News article about Dean Dixon, “the world’s leading black conductor,” appearing in Kansas City with the Kansas City Philharmonic.

6. Clarence Herriman Clarence Herriman February/11/1970 Obituary for Clarence Herriman, assistant conductor of the Kansas City Philharmonic Orchestra, dying at the age of 67 in 1970.

7. Composer of "Kansas City Album" Is Well Known for Many Successes on Broadway Composer of "Kansas City Album" Is Well Known for Many Successes on Broadway February/25/1950 Photo and biographical article about Robert Russell Bennett, or Robert Bennett, a 55-year-old "composer-conductor" appearing in his native Kansas City to conduct his "Kansas City Album" tone-poem with...

8. Fritz Swischer Fritz Swischer May/7/1973? File containing a biographical article about Fritz Swischer, a jazz clarinetist (formerly with the Kansas City Philharmonic Orchestra), composer and writer. Native of Wichita, Kansas in the 1970s "working...

9. Hans Schwieger Hans Schwieger February/8/2000 Obituary of Hans Schwieger, the German-born conductor of the Kansas City Philharmonic (ca. 1907-2000) Orchestra from 1948 to 1971 and conductor of "many major orchestras in this country, including the...

10. KC Drummer Vince Bilardo, Mentor to Other Musicians, Dies KC Drummer Vince Bilardo, Mentor to Other Musicians, Dies February 26, 2009 Obituary for Kansas City musician Vince Bilardo, who died February 23, 2009, in his home. Bilardo's musical career spanned nearly four decades, including 23 years with the Kansas City Philharmonic Orchestra....

11. Longtime Community Builder Celebrates 90th Birthday Longtime Community Builder Celebrates 90th Birthday September 12, 2008 A birthday party for Norman Kahn given by his wife Sybil was held at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art. Kahn built Brown-Strauss Steel into what became Azcon and later started Kahn Steel. He has served...

12. Loss to Music Here as the Hardings Depart Loss to Music Here as the Hardings Depart May/25/1963 Photo and biographical article about Joseph Harding, or Joe Harding, a violinist, and his wife Olga Sacerdote, a singer from Europe, both leaving their Kansas City teaching roles for Hollywood. Description...

13. Mrs. Ruth Seufert Dies Mrs. Ruth Seufert Dies January 27, 1975 Picture and obituary for Mrs. Ruth Seufert, "Kansas City concert impresario for more than three decades," with residence at 3700 West 52nd Terrace in Roeland Park, Kansas. Native of Bonner Springs, Kansas...

14. Norman Hollander, Obituary Norman Hollander, Obituary April 14, 2010 Principal cello player for the Kansas City Philharmonic/Kansas City Symphony for 41 years, Norman Hollander died April 7, 2010. He retired in 1996. Hollander also taught cello and chamber music at UMKC....

15. Obituary for Harold Neal Obituary for Harold Neal November 16, 2004 Neal died November 11, 2004 in Independence. Originally from Canada, he was active in orchestras and choirs. From 1953-1966 he taught at Graceland College and directed the orchestra, band, and chapel choir;...

16. Store Accumulates a Musical Bounty Store Accumulates a Musical Bounty April/11/2001 Photos and article about the Luyben Music store, "[a]n institution for Kansas City musicians" at 4318 Main Street since 1951. History and descriptions of the store's operations, started by Robert Luyben...