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Serge Saxe Collection

Identifier: MS 126

Collection Scope and Content Summary

Collection Scope and Content Summary

The collection is arranged in two series. The first series includes Saxe's musical scores, as well as musical scores of others. The second series includes articles, newspaper clippings, photographs, reviews and translations. Also of note is his correspondence from Dr. Joseph Gregor who was one of the leading theater scholars of his time. There are notes and photographs of Wieland Wagner, famous for stage productions in Germany with family ties to Adolph Hitler.


  • 1944-1968


Conditions Governing Access

Collection is open for research. Copyright has not been transferred to Texas Christian University.

Biographical / Historical

Summary Biography

Serge Saxe was an internationally renowned composer and served as Vice President of the Fort Worth Opera Association. As a youth in Munich, Germany, Saxe regularly attended rehearsals at the Royal Opera House, inspired by conductor Bruno Walter. Internationally known as a composer of symphonic and chamber music, Saxe’s works have been performed in the United States, Europe and Latin America. As a music critic and writer, he was a regular contributor to Musical Courier of New York City, Opera, based in London, Audiomusica, published in Mexico City; and the Austrian Music Journal of Vienna.


4.00 Linear feet

Language of Materials



Arranged in two series. Series I. Musical Scores, 1944-1960. Series II. Subject Files, 1951-1968.

Physical Location

Vault CF 2

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of Serge Saxe.



Guide to the Serge Saxe Collection
Compiled by Lisa Pena
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Repository Details

Part of the Archives and Special Collections, Mary Couts Burnett Library Repository

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Fort Worth, Texas 76129-0001
Fort Worth Texas 76129
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