Fisk University,-- Fisk University Library and Media Center,-- The Special Collections
Materials include biographical information, correspondence, and sheet music -- Sheet music composers include H.T. Burleigh, Samuel Coleridge Taylor, J. Rosamond Johnson, Sam Lucas, Bert Williams, and John W. Work
Boston University,-- Dept. of Special Collections
Chiefly correspondence to Chamberlain from friends, relatives, music figures, German officials, and academic scholars; together with letters (1936-1971) of her friend and biographer, Ena Benze von Berlepsch -- Includes scholarly quotations by Houston Stewart Chamberlain; biography of Chamberlain written by von Berlepsch; and photographs of Richard Wagner, Franz Liszt, Houston Stewart Chamberlain, and others
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
The Edgar Rotschy papers are primarily comprised of manuscripts of Rotschy's musical compositions, but also include an undated, brief autobiography and three diaries (1925-1933) -- These materials (some of which include drawings) contain a firsthand account of the historic Yacolt Burn of 1902 and document life in logging camps, saw mills, and paper mills during the 1920s and 1930s. Also included in the collection are eleven photographs showing Rotschy, his family members, and his homestead and four notebooks. Work lists and a small amount of correspondence between Rotschy and Hazel Kinscella detail the nature of his gifts to the University of Washington Libraries
Maine Historical Society
Includes music compositions from Francis Apt, B. Augusto, N.A. Baldwin, Michael William Balfe, Ludwig van Beethoven, Vincenzo Bellini, Julius Benedict, Paul J. Bishop, Francis Brown, August Cockel, Frederick Nicholls Crouch, J. De Auguera, John Daniel, Gaetano Donizetti, W.H. Dutton, Stephen Collins Foster, Felix Gantier, Charles W. Glover, George Frederick Handel, R.F. Harvey, John Pyke Hullah, Judson I. Hutchinson, Charles Jarvis, Joseph Philip Knight, Hermann Kotzschmar, George Linley, C. Loewe, Samuel Lover, Lord Meigmen, Giacomo Meyerbeer, Luigi Ricci, George Frederick Root, Gustav Satter, Franz Peter Schubert, G. Stigelli, A. Templar, Guiseppi Verdi, William Vincent Wallace, Henry Clay Watson, and T.V. Wiesenthal. Also eleven works by Herman Kotzschmar, five of which are unpublished
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Scores series (28 linear ft.) contains ms. scores, transparencies, file copies, and scripts, including copies of Duke's 265 cataloged songs, choral works, symphonic works, dramatic works, solo pieces, chamber music, student compositions, and texts of dramatic works, including The Cat That Walked by Himself, The Yankee Pedlar, and Smith College faculty shows. Biographical and personal material series (8 in.) includes biographical sketches, newspaper clippings, tributes, press releases, and photos, pertaining to his life, family, friends, and finances. Correspondence series (5 linear ft.) is divided into two sections: General (chiefly personal and professional correspondence from family, friends, teachers, organizations, and other musicians) and Publication (letters from music publishing companies, publication contracts, copyright certificates, performance records, and other materials). Professional activities series (4.5 linear ft.) chiefly consists of scrapbooks containing reviews, ... Read More
Great Cranberry Island Historical Society
Biography of William Goldberg, musician, composer, and summer resident of Great Cranberry Island, Me.; together with catalog of music available from the Comorant Press, Boston, which was owned by Goldberg
Maine Historical Society
Correspondence, musical compositions and programs, clippings, biographical sketches, and other material, used in the preparation of Wiggin's two volume biographical dictionary, Maine Composers and Their Music (1959); and papers relating to the Kotzschmar Club of Portland -- Includes some original ms. copies of compositions by Charles Mildram Clark, William Rogers Chapman, and Fred Lincoln Hill
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Autobiography (660 p.), primarily discussing von Meck's life in the Soviet Union in the 1920s and 1930s, including her imprisonment in Soviet concentration camps; five brief essays discussing railroads in Russia and the USSR; von Meck's translation of 681 letters (Mar. 1861-Sept. 1893) written by P.I. Tchaikovsky to his family; and other material
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Chiefly letters to Gunst from other Russian emigreĢ musicians; together with photo of Aleksandr Scriabin's funeral procession, performance programs, and printed matter relating to the Conservatoire russe (Russian Conservatory) in Paris, France, of which Gunst was a founder. Correspondents include Aleksandr Glazunov, Aleksandr Grechaninov, Nikolay Medtner, Sergei Rachmaninoff, and Nicolas Tcherepnine
University of Washington Libraries
Autobiographical writings, music, songs, orchestral music mss., scrapbook, and related papers