Harvard University - Loeb Music Library
Original and photocopies of typescripts, photocopied score excerpts, and slides used for presentation of papers at a conference at Isham Memorial Library on March 15-17, 1979 entitled: The string quartets of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven : studies of the autograph manuscripts. Materials bear editing marks by Harvard professor Christoph Wolff in preparation for publication
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
University of Toledo
There are 51 pieces of sheet music in this collection. Consisting largely of Toledo imprints, the collection spans a wide rang of dates and themes. It includes songs of war (the Civil War, WWI, and WWII) love songs, humorous songs, children's songs, patriotic songs, sentimental songs, and dance music. There are instrumental pieces as well as music with lyrics. The city of Toledo features in three of the songs about the life of a Toledo newsboy, Scott High School, and the Liberty Loan Campaign respectively. Of particular note are the number of songs and lyrics written by women as well as the cover art of many of the items. Finally, there are three pieces by Paul Laurence Dunbar, an important African American poet and lyricist (see the Herbert Woodward Martin Papers, MSS-015)
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 - Houghton Library
Contains poems, prose compositions, letters, drawings, photographs, and other items of Russian authors, composers, and political figures of the 19th and 20th centuries, written in Russian, English, and French with translations in English and German. There is considerable material of Ivan Turgenev and Marina T︠S︡vetaeva Efron
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Primarily autograph manuscript musical compositions by Pinkham as well as a letter from Robert Hillyer
Harvard University - Houghton Library
The collection contains significant letters from A. Daudet, C. Gounod, P. Mérimée, G. Meyerbeer, E. Zola, and many other personalities. Alsoincluded are autograph manuscripts of several of I. Turgenev's works; autograph scores of over 80 of P. Viardot-Garcia's songs, mostly unpublished; and an operetta, Le dernier sorcier, a collaboration of P. Viardot-Garcia (music) and I. Turgenev (libretto)
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources
The collection consists of off-prints and photocopies of articles and other published contributions in the field of music history