Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Scrapbooks, photograph albums, sketchbooks, correspondence, manuscripts, and printed material reflect Brown's work as a painter, and his ties with contemporary musical and literary figures
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains Allan Arthur Willman's personal correspondence, Willman's musical scores (originals and copies, include those for "Solitude", "A Ballade of the Night", and "Where the Lilac Blows"), nine reel to reel audio tapes of Willman's musical performances (including "Solitude" and "A Ballade of the Night"), and three audio cassettes of "A Ballade of the Night". Collection also contains a 33 1/3 rpm phonograph record of "A Ballade of the Night", Willman's notebooks, Willman's appointment books, musical scores composed by Willman's students (originals and copies), and papers written by Willman's students. Published sheet music of Willman's classical pieces (including "A Ballade of the Night" and "Where the Lilac Blows"), a 1935 diary kept by Willman, a few clippings, and miscellaneous sheet music are in this collection as well
Getty Research Institute
Original and copies (photostat, photograph, typescript, printed ephemera) of graphic and text scores gathered by Leonard Stein for his performances. Composers represented include Earle Brown, Sylvano Bussotti, Larry Austin, Toshi Ichiyanagi, Cornelius Cardew, Robert Ashley and La Monte Young. Some scores contain Stein's annotations for performance. Includes Stein's realization for Earle Brown's "4 Systems for David Tudor on a birthday Jan. 20, 1954," excerpts of John Cage scores, and class materials from Karlheinz Stockhausen's 1959 Darmstadt lectures
Texas State University, San Marcos
12 boxes of journal and monograph publications, photocopied autograph scores, recordings, concert programs and correspondence, document the oeuvre of composer and musicologist Otto Laske (1936- ). The collection has been arranged into seven series: Series 1, Music Scores (1964-95), consists mostly of photocopies of autograph manuscripts by Laske. Series 2, Recordings (1966-97), contains compact discs and reel-to-reel tapes of recorded Laske compositions. Series 3, Writings: Monographs (1972-97), mainly contains published works, as well as typescripts of Music and Mind (2 volumes) and The Imaginative Self: Essays 1993-1994. Series 4, Writings: Articles (1972-2010), includes published copies of musicological journal issues. Series 5, Anthologies of Writings and Scores (1964-95), consists of bound volumes that appear to have been compiled by Laske himself--eight volumes of photocopied scores (some grouped by genre, some grouped by date range), and two volumes of photocopied writings ... Read More
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
This series includes minutes of organizations, programs, flyers, song books, audiocassettes of several of Caulfield's broadcasts, albums of Irish folk and popular music, sheet music, clippings and printed materials related to Irish music, festivals and cultural events
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
The papers include sheet music, musical arrangements by Salama of Russian and other folk and classical music, notes, uncataloged photographs, and an audiocassette. Also included is a scrapbook of clippings and ephemera relating to Nikita Balieff and La Chauve-Souris theater group
State Library of Victoria
Two letters, 2 April 1931 and 11 May 1933, to Cecil Berhard Oldman of the Department of Printed Books, British Museum. The first describes a voyage from Melbourne to Adelaide, and the second requests for some references to be checked on his behalf. Also, press articles 1937-1938 by Dr. T. Wood; press cuttings relating to Dr. T. Wood and photograph, 1920
State Library of Victoria
Purple Patches in Music: a number of essays from the lives of composers, by Max Enkhardt, 1944. A layout for a projected programme for the Red Cross in the Melbourne Town Hall. 29 Letters to Max Enkhardt, mostly concerned with the sale of the works of artist, Gustav Michael Pillig, (1940s-60s); Also 9 letters to M. Enkhardt from Sir Bernard Heinze. Items relating to auction sale of works of Gustav Michael Pillig (c. 1956); Article for The Bulletin, by M. Enkhardt, about G.M. Pillig, (1962)
State Library of Victoria
Music manuscripts of two songs, by Beatrice Phillips. The first, Song, words by E.S.H., dated 14 June 1931. The second, Mavourneen, words by Victor Daly, dated December 1933
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
The collection contains thirty-one video and eight audio recordings. The contents are a mix of Mikhashoff's own performances, compilations in which Mikhashoff performs only a part of the whole, thirteen tapes of concerts given at the North American New Music Festival (Buffalo, New York), tapes sent to Mikhashoff by other performers or composers, and films by Lawrence Brose. The eight cassettes containing only audio are from recording sessions in Norway


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