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Collection Description

Collection Title
Arányi Collection (1907-56)
Unique Identifier
A collection of papers relating to the two British violinist sisters of Hungarian origin, Adila Adrienne Adalbertina Maria Fachiri (née d’Arányi) and Jelly Eva d’Arányi de Hunyadvar, 1907-56.

The collection including posters, handbills and concert programmes as well as correspondence, press cuttings and other related publications.

The programmes relate to performances given by the sisters, individually or together, at a range of English and European venues. There are multiple copies of many of the programmes.

The collection is held as six bound volumes and six boxes of loose programmes. It is divided up as follows.

Volume 1: 1907-12:
Volume 2: 1922-28
Volume 3: 1928-33
Volume 4: 1929-49
Volume 5: 1933-38
Volume 6: Press Cuttings
Box 7: 1919-25 (seven parcels)
Box 8: 1926-40 (six parcels)
Box 9: 1940-56s (four parcels)
Box 10: 1926-30 (two parcels)
Box 11: 1915-38
Box 12: 1924-56 (two parcels)
Date range of collection
1906 - 1956
Accumulation Dates
Suggested Audience
Not Specific
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Location Details

British Library, Music Collections
96 Euston Road London NW1 2DB
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020 7412 7772
020 7412 7751
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Associated Collection(s)
Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council