Alfred H. Bartles (1930-2006), a Nashville native, was a jazz pianist, classical cellist, and an accomplished composer. Over the course of his long and fruitful career, he lived, performed, taught, and composed in New York City, at Tennessee Tech University, and in Stuttgart and Bönnigheim, Germany, before finally retiring and returning to Nashville.

A fuller biography can be found here.

This developing digital collection encompasses works found among his papers from throughout his career.

For more information about this collection contact the Anne Potter Wilson Music Library or email Holling Smith-Borne at Holling.Smith-Borne@Vanderbilt.Edu

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