Massachusetts Historical Society
Papers kept by Harold C. Ernst relating to the tercentenary celebration of Plymouth, Mass. in 1921. Includes typescripts of letters, notes, and music scores used for a parade in colonial dress through Plymouth called the Pilgrims Progress
Massachusetts Historical Society
Drum book containing instructions for beating, number of rolls and marching tunes kept by an unknown drummer, ca. 1778, possibly used by a fife and drum corps during the Revolutionary War. Includes Revolutionary War era marching tunes
University of Virginia
v. 325. Te Deum in A re [full score] -- v. 326. Te Deum : perform'd on the arrival of the Princess, the late Q. Caroline [full score] -- v. 327-347. Te Deum[s] [parts for violino primo, violino secondo, violino terzo, viola, violoncello, oboe primo, oboe secondo, basson primo, basson secondo, tromba primo, tromba secondo, canto primo, canto secondo, alto primo, alto secondo, tenore primo, tenore secondo, basso primo, basso secondo, basso terzo, cembalo]
History Colorado
Collection consists of sheet music of Walter Starke, a member of a military band during the Spanish American War and later the Denver Civic Band of Denver, Colorado. The collection also contains correspondence between Starke's nephew, Glade Kennedy, and Charlotte Kennedy, believed to be his grandniece
Harvard University - Loeb Music Library
These materials represent the known compositional output of Paul Hastings Allen. The collection includes drafts and sketches as well as finished scores and parts, in manuscript and photocopy
Harvard University - Loeb Music Library
Harvard University - Loeb Music Library
Contains manuscript musical exercises and compositions submitted principally by the American students of the French composition teacher, Nadia Boulanger (1887-1979). Students include composers Istavan Anhalt, Easley Blackwood, Mark Blitzstein, Theodore Chanler, Kenton Coe, Paul Des Marais, Alexei Haieff, Karel Husa, Robert Moevs, Douglas Moore, Thea Musgrave, Daniel Pinkham, Ned Rorem, Roger Sessions, Elie Siegmeister, Harold Shapero, Bernard Rogers, Louise Talma, Virgil Thomson, Luise Vosgerchian, and Joseph Wagner. Also included are several letters from students, in French or English, which are mostly letters of transmittal accompanying the compositions
Harvard University - Loeb Music Library
This is the entire collection of Philip Batstone's manuscripts, with complete works, sketches and miscellaneous materials. It includes piano, vocal, and orchestra scores, and orchestral parts
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Chiefly correspondence of the Feininger family, between Feininger and his wife Julia (Lilienfeld) Feininger, their children, and other members of the Feininger and Lilienfeld families. Also a considerable amount of correspondence of Karl Feininger, as well as about 40 musical compositions, essays, and other writings by him, chiefly on music. Letters, 1939-1955, to Laurence Feininger from his parents contain many pen and ink drawings and woodcuts by Lyonel. Other correspondents represented in the collection include artists and architects, such as Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Rudolf Probst, Gerhard Marcks, and Walter Gropius; Alfred Hamilton Barr and others at the Museum of Modern Art; and German friends and family. Subjects range from wartime experiences in Germany, to exhibitions of the Blue Four. Papers are in German and English; there are also transcripts (5 v., typewritten) of portions of the correspondence, prepared by Julia Feininger


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