Raymond Stuhl--Endacott Society Interview

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Title

Raymond Stuhl--Endacott Society Interview

Subject

Cello music
Chamber music
Stuhl, Raymond, 1908-1994
University of Kansas

Description

Raymond Stuhl, professor of music at the University of Kansas from 1935-1977, began practicing the cello at age 10 in Kansas City, MO. He went to a private, prestigious music school in Europe to learn more about his art before returning to America to look for a job. He was offered a position at the University of Kansas teaching chamber music. He discusses the creation of the KU Chamber Music and Concert series and reflects on all his famous contemporaries and students who went on to successful careers.

Creator

Stuhl, Raymond,interviewee
Lewin, Tom,interviewer

Date

1985-11-27

Coverage

Kansas--Lawrence

Citation

Stuhl, Raymond,interviewee and Lewin, Tom,interviewer, “Raymond Stuhl--Endacott Society Interview,” In Their Own Words: Selected Interviews from the Endacott Society Oral History Collection, accessed November 24, 2017, https://endacott.lib.ku.edu/items/show/1413.