Collection includes biographical information, newspaper articles, songbooks, personal sheet music, letters of appreciation, and recordings (CD).; Biographical History; Sidor Belarsky biographical statements and other materials; Sidor Belarsky newspaper clippings; G.E. Jorgensen letter to James R. Clark; Sidor Belarsky letters; Haifa letter; Sidor Belarsky songbooks; Sidor Belarsky miscellaneous; Sidor Belarsky concert programs; Sidor Belarsky letterhead; Sidor Belarsky booklets; Sidor Belarsky music; Sidor Belarsky sheet music; Sidor Belarsky reception; Sidor Belarsky miscellaneous; Sidor Belarsky music; Sidor Belarsky miscellaneous; Recorded Music Albums of Songs Sung by Sidor Belarsky; Printed biographical statements concerning Sidor Belarsky; notarized translation from Russian, The Leningrad State Conservatory Report of the State Commission of Graduation and Qualifications; typed copy of article concerning May 4, 1934 production of "Boris Godounow" at the Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles.; Photocopies of newspaper clippings: Y News, The New Leader, Saturday Review, New York Times, The Milford News, The Tiger Tattler, and The Paris Post, 1930-1959.; Photocopy of letter from G.E. Jorgensen to James R. Clark, BYU Centennial History Staff. 1974-04-27 concerns Sidor Belarsky and BYU.; Letters of appreciation from Senator Reed Smoot, BYU President Franklin Harris, and others; includes application to extend time of temporary stay in the US and letters of recommendation to that end.; Letter of condolence to Mrs. S. Belarsky, September 30, 1975, from Haifa Music Museum and AMLI Library requesting Sidor Belarsky's archives.; Sidor Belarsky songbooks: "My Favorite Songs", arranged by Sidor Belarsky, 32 p.; "Sidor Belarsky Songbook", 256 p., autographed on fly leaf of Sidor Belarsky.; BYU Concert Program Performances, 4; p.6 of Summer Catalog Vol. 23, No. 3 April 1933 of University of Utah Visiting Staff; voucher for services as a soloist $50, July 1, 1933; p. 32 of Potential Provo and Utah County, "In the Realm of Music Concerns BYU Music Training and Isidor Belarsky"; photocopy of invitation to Mr. Belarsky concert at Milstat High School.; Opera "Boris Godounow", 1934; recital, 1932; the American Opera Company Season 1935; Chicago Grand Opera Company Season, 1934-35; Pushkin Centennial 1837-1937; Masey Hall Folden Anniversary Season, 1943-44; City Center of Music and Drama 1944; Teatro Municipal Rio de Janeiro 1945; Carnegie "Pop" concerts, 1947; Town Hall, January 4, 1953; Town Hall, December 10, 1952; Town Hall, April 2, 1957; Town Hall, March 21, 1959; Civic Opera House, March 19th; Associacão Brasileira "A Hebraica" de Sãn Paulo; Carnegie Hall 1944-1945; Ciscos Contenental Operas Cancoes.; Photocopy of letterhead of the America Opera Company, Sidor Belarsky, General Director.; The Haifa Music Museum and AMLI Library Bulletin, No. 17, 1976; Tatzlil a forum for music research and bibliography, No. 17 Vol. 9, 1977.; Choruses: Moussorgsky, "The Plaint of the People", mixed voices and baritone solo, 7 p.; Nevin, "Narcissus", trio for womens voices, 7 p.; Music written by William F. Hanson: "Garden of My Dreams", 2 copies; "The Promis" 3 copies; "Range Madness", 2 copies; "Because I Miss You So", 1 copy; "Where-ever You Are", 1 copy; Sheet music booklet includes: "Range Madness", "My Boy", and "Your Hands".; Items pertaining to Belarsky Reception, September 8, 1980: includes tape of Isabel Belarsky Reception 09-08-80; copy of program, 2 letters of appreciation; letter of appreciation from Isabel Belarsky; photocopy of 4 photos of Sidor Belarsky 1930-1933; photocopy of 3 photos of the Reception; photocopy of Provo Daily Herald article pertaining to the Reception; photocopy of Jewish Daily, October 09, 1980, referring to the Reception.; Includes 6 items of sheet music; four items that include letters, newspaper clippings, and programs; 2 copies of a biography of Sidor Belarsky entitled "An Unusual Rescue", by Ilana Boin; and 1 item entitled "Franklin Stewart Harris--Vignettes of His Life"; Two CDs entitled "Sidor Belarski Sings Songs of the Holocaust", and "Sidor Belarski 24 Yiddish Songs".; Assorted letters, newspaper clippings (both original and photocopies), programs, biographical sketches, pamphlets, envelopes, pictures, and notes.; Contains Sidor Belarsky Concert of Russian Music. Artistic Enterprises, Inc., LPB-109, 1960. 1 album, 1 phono-disc, 33 1/3 rpm; A Concert of Jewish Music by Sidor Belarsky. Artistic Enterprises, Inc., LPB-191, undated. 1 album, 1 phono-disc, 33 1/3 rpm; Sidor Belarsky Sings a Salute to Israel's Anniversary. Artistic Enterprises, Inc., LPB-120, 1967. 1 album, 1 phono-disc, 33 1/3 rpm; Sidor Belarsky in Chanukah Festival of Songs. Artistic Enterprises, Inc., LPB-111, undated. 1 album, 1 phono-disc, 33 1/3 rpm; Sidor Belarsky in Songs by Soviet Yiddish Poets and Composers. Artistic Enterprises, Inc., LPB-121, undated. 1 album, 1 phono-disc, 33 1/3 rpm; Sidor Belarsky in Songs by M. Gebirtig. Unknown producer, LPB-115, undated. 1 album, 1 phono-disc, 33 1/3 rpm; Sidor Belarsky Sings Select Yiddish Songs. Unknown producer, LPB-117, undated. 1 album, 1 phono-disc, 33 1/3 rpm; Ludwig van Beethoven: Fidelio: Toscanini Edition. RCA, AT-204/2-2, 1944. 1 album, 2 phono-discs, 33 1/3 rpm
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