“Madrigal Singers” from the “1933 Franciscan” yearbook (page 83)

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Photographic spread of the Madrigal Singers organized by Music professor Eileen McCall as the first group on the West Coast devoted to studying the English madrigal and performing Tudor vocal music. They alternated with the College Carolers for weekly broadcasts on the Western NBC radio network. The Madrigal Singers were so widely respected that they traveled to Stanford University to perform and teach Stanford students about early music. Officers included Alice Madden (president), Albin Bergstom (secretary), and Chester Beck (concert manager).

Creator
Associated Students, San Francisco State Teachers College
Date
1932-1933
Type
Photographic spread
Format
TIFF
Source
University Archives
Temporal Coverage
1932-1933
Rights
Public
Publisher
San Francisco: San Francisco State Teachers College Associated Students
Contributor
Meredith Eliassen
Views
480

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