Appalachian State University - Belk Library
The Blue Ridge Music Hall of Fame Collection of Papers consists of the Blue Ridge Music Hall of Fame 2008 information packet and related contact letter for the first annual celebration of inductees
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
The Juilliard School - Lila Acheson Wallace Library
The collection documents the lives and careers of Arthur Gold and Robert Fizdale. Series I contains personal and professional correspondence. Series II includes articles and newspaper clippings documenting their public performances, professional engagements, and social appearances. Series III includes material related to various research projects, writings, and publications. This series is organized into six sub-series: Sub-series I: Misia: The Life of Misia Sert; Sub-series II: The Gold and Fizdale cookbook and other cooking projects; Sub-series III: The Divine Sarah: A Life of Sarah Bernhardt; Sub-series IV: Other Research Projects and Writings. Sub-series V: Erik Satie; Sub-series VI: Lecture Materials. Series IV includes season itineraries, posters, press materials, and programs related to Gold and Fizdale's public performances and professional engagements. Series V includes performance and professional engagement materials such as appointment books, concert programming drafts and ... Read More
The Juilliard School - Lila Acheson Wallace Library
Correspondence; financial records; radio broadcast transcripts; manuscript and published articles; newsclippings; and notebooks of Ernest Newman -- The correspondence is largely with Newman's publishers and usually relates to business matters. There are also letters and other material relating to Newman's controversy (1943) with the Workers Music Association, a British left-wing, pro-Soviet organization. In addition, Series VI contains several letters (1947) by and about Winifred Wagner describing her situation in post-war Germany, as well as conditions in Bayreuth. The transcripts are of BBC broadcasts (1928-1933) in which Newman reviewed concerts and introduced listeners to musical performances to be broadcast in the coming week. The manuscripts are of Newman articles, largely on musical topics, that appeared in a variety of publications, ca. 1910s-1950s; many have emendations in his hand. The published articles are by Newman as well as by others; they are on both musical and ... Read More
The Juilliard School - Lila Acheson Wallace Library
Music articles by Gilman which appeared each Sunday in the New York Herald Tribune from 1934 to 1939 -- Though occasionally reviews of recent performances, Gilman's articles are usually on broader musical topics
The Juilliard School - Lila Acheson Wallace Library
The collection primarily consists of manuscript, facsimile, and published chamber music, orchestral music, and technical studies for viola. It also includes a small amount of literature dealing with historical, technical, and interpretive aspects of violin and viola playing
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Collection includes printed sheet music from the United States and England from the 19th-century and the 20th-century. Most of the sheet music is intended for a specific dance step such as a waltz, two step, mazurka, polka, or galop. Many of the sheet music titles are derived from natural phenomena such as comets, eclipses, and volcanos. Many of the items are undated
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Collection includes popular printed sheet music from music halls. There are also a few sheet music covers. Notable composers include Alfred Lee (d. 1906), Irving Jones, and Albert Chevalier (1861-1923). Many of the items are undated
Truman State University - Pickler Memorial Library
A collection of 187 scores of folk songs, Civil War era music, musical studies, selections from various operas, and other pieces, this 19th-20th century sheet music collection was accumulated by Dr. Pauline Dingle Knobbs, professor emeritus of social science and alumna from Northeast Missouri State Teachers College
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Chiefly letters to Schlesinger, including 38 from Wilkie Collins and 26 from Robert Franz; together with a few letters which Schlesinger probably collected for their autograph value. Many of the letters to Schlesinger concern his songs. Some are letters of thanks from persons to whom Schlesinger dedicated his songs. Others concern requests by Schlesinger for permission to set poems to music