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Zinovii Shtokalko fonds
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- Shtokalko, Zinovii
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1 m of textual records. -- 20 reel-to-reel tapes
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Bandura virtuoso, composer, and writer, 1920-1968. Zinovii Shtokalko was born May 25, 1920 in Berezhany, Germany. A medical doctor by profession, Shtokalko studied music with several prominent bandurysts. He improved bandura-playing techniques and developed his own distinct style of interpretation. Mr. Shtokalko legacy includes important works for bandura such as Atonal Etude, a large methodological study of the instrument entitled <i>A Kobzar Handbook</i> (published posthumously in 1989) and a definitive recording of dumas and other Ukrainian songs (recorded for M. Surmach in New York, 1952). His literary works were published posthumously in the collection <i>Na okrainakh nochi</i> (On the Edges of Night) and appear under the pen name Zinovii Berezhan in 1977. Mr. Shtokalko died in New York on June 28, 1968.
Donated by University of Alberta, Department of Slavic and Eastern European Studies professor, Andrij Hornjatkevyc in 1996.
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The fonds consists of materials created or collected by Zinovii Shtokalko and dating from 1917-1992. The fonds consists of these series: I. Correspondence and personal documents (1946-1986) The series consists of correspondence, personal documents and other materials. II. Manuscripts (1917-1992) The series consists of manuscripts collected or created by Zinovii Shtokalko. III. Student Papers (1945-1948) The series consists of papers written by Shtokalko as a university student. IV. Musical arrangements (ca. 1952- ca. 1960) The series consists of reel-to-reel recordings and music scores created by Shtokalko.
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- The material is in Ukrainian and English.
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An inventory is available in English and Ukrainian in the case file.
Record No. 96-98<br><br>
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