Silvio and Isabel Scionti Collection, 1926-1943: MARC Record

MARC Record For Collection: Silvio and Isabel Scionti Collection, 1926-1943

LDR 00000npcaa        a 4500
005    20210513032743.0
008    010101i19261943xx##
099 9  _a06/044
100 3  _aScionti, Silvio
      _q(Silvio Vittore Alberto Scionti)
      _d1882-1973
245 00 _aSilvio and Isabel Scionti Collection
      _f1926-1943
300    _a1.00
      _fBoxes
506    _aAccess to this collection is provided only by special arrangement. Please contact the Music Library for more information.
520 2  _aThe collection consists of one box of scores and manuscripts, both published and unpublished, programs, newspaper clippings, and photographs related to the careers of Silvio and Isabel Scionti.
545 0  _aSilvio Vittore Alberto Scionti was born on November 20, 1882, in Acireale, Sicily, in Italy. In his early years, he studied piano with his uncle, and later studied with Beniamino Cesi at the Palermo Conservatory, and with Florestano Rossomandi at the Royal Conservatory of Naples. Scionti moved to Chicago on the invitation of Rossomandi's friend Enrico Sansoni, a violinist who wanted to start a music school. Another mutual friend of Rossomandi, Eugen d'Albert, recommended Scionti to John James Hattstaedt of the American Conservatory, and Scionti joined their faculty in 1906. Scionti became a well known concert pianist and teacher, and recorded several piano rolls. He married Isabel Laughlin, a former student who graduated from Baylor University, and moved to Chicago to study with him, and they became a renowned piano duo, performing at Carnegie Hall in 1938 and 1939. The Sciontis relocated to Denton in the early 1940s, as Silvio Scionti joined the music faculty of what is now the University of North Texas. Silvio Scionti died in Rome on May 22, 1973.
610  0 _aUniversity of North Texas. College of Music
650  0 _aPiano.
700 3  _aScionti, Isabel
      _d1912-2002
856 42 _3Control Card
      _uhttp://findingaids.library.unt.edu/?p=collections/controlcard&id=171

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