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The following items are included in The Andre Kostelanetz Collection with permission as noted:
General Credit for Andre Kostelanetz Materials
Correspondence by and performances of Andre Kostelanetz used by permission of the Royalty Pool of Andre Kostelanetz.
Address: Bob Frank and Lucy Kostelanetz, administrators of Royalty Pool, 924 West End Ave, #122, New York, NY 10025.
"How I Prepare a Radio Program: An Interview with the Celebrated Conductor Andre Kostelanetz" by Doron K. Antrim originally appeared in The Etude 59:1(January 1941), pp. 11, 64. It is reprinted with permission of Theodore Presser Company.
"Color in the Popular Orchestra: An Interview with Andre Kostelanetz" by Rose Heylbut originally appeared in The Etude. 62: 12 (December 1944) pp. 683-684. It is reprinted with permission of Theodore Presser Company.
"Kostelanetz: An Overview," by Dick O'Connor originally appeared in James H. North, Andre Kostelanetz on Records and on the Air: A Discography and Radio Log. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2011. pp. ix-xvi. It is reprinted with permission of Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group.
Music from the following Columbia recordings is used with permission from Sony Music Entertainment.
- Andre Kostelanetz Conducts the Music of Alan Hovhaness, 1977
- Hudson River Suite, 1955
- Last Tango in Paris / Oh, Babe, What Would You Say, 1973
- Lure of the Tropics, 1953
- Music of George Gershwin, 1955
- Music of Irving Berlin, 1950
- Music of Jerome Kern, 1955
- The Kostelanetz Sound of Today, 1967
- You Light Up My Life, 1977
Excerpts from the following CBS Radio programs are used Courtesy of Entercom.
- Chesterfield Presents
- Concert for the Canadian War Effort
- Ford Sunday Evening Hour
- Kostelanetz Live from the Front
- Music Millions Love
- Music of the Two Americas
- Pause that Refreshes on the Air
- So You Want to Be. . . A Conductor
- Tune-up Time
Suggested credit line: Library of Congress, Music Division.
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