Location: M2B 4,4
Size: 1 feet
Biography: Bernard Rogers (1893-1968) was a composer and teacher at Eastman School of Music. Rogers began his career as an architect aspiring to be a painter and continued to paint throughout his life. He studied music and composition with Arthur Farwell, Ernest Bloch, Percy Goetschius, and later with Nadia Boulanger. He was on the editorial staff of Musical America and taught at the Cleveland Institute and Hartt School of Music before taking a position at Eastman School. He retired in 1967.
Provenance: The collection was donated to Sibley Music Library by Rogers' widow.
Scope and Content: The collection consists of printed scores with analytical annotations by Rogers.
Associations: Watanabe Special Collections possesses a similar collection of musical analyses by Ernest Bloch, one of Rogers' teachers.
Series Name: Printed Music
Series Description: The series consists of printed music scores arranged in alphabetical order by author/title.