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Society for the Promotion of New Music



The Society for the Promotion of New Music is a British organization founded in 1943 by Francis Chagrin to support the work of young and unestablished composers. It was launched at a meeting of the Arrangers', Composers' and Copyists' subcommittee of the Musicians' Union, and was originally named the Committee for the Promotion of New Music.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Music-related autographs collection

Identifier: Music Autographs
Scope and Contents

Collection of single letters, manuscripts, photographs, and ephemera relating to composers, conductors, performers, musicologists, publishers, librettists, and stage directors.

Dates: 1819-2007