University at Buffalo, State University of New York
Archive consists primarily of materials related to the planning and production of individual Festivals from 1983 to 1993. It does not contain scores or recordings. Degree of completeness and level of formality is variable. Series II, consisting mainly of printed programs and newspaper reviews, is a particularly rich source of information on the content and reception of the Festivals
State Library of Victoria
9 audiocassette recordings of song recitals and assorted other material featuring Market Sagiova
Chicago Symphony Orchestra-- Rosenthal Archives
Sound and video recordings of over 600 pre-concert and occasional post-concert lectures by the orchestra's Continuing Education Department; together with recordings of lectures given for the orchestra's Women's Association -- Lecture topics include information about a specific conductor or composer, or information about the entire concert program and the connection between divergent pieces on the program. Lecture speakers are usually visiting guest conductors, soloists, or composers for a program. Interviewers include John Corigliano (1987-1990), Shulamit Ran (1990-1997), and Augusta Read Thomas (1997-present). Artists interviewed include composers John Adams, Luciano Berio, Sir Harrison Birtwistle, William Bolcom, Elliott Carter, Lukas Foss, Henryk Górecki, Oliver Knussen, Gunther Schuller, Tōru Takemitsu, Joan Tower, and Ellen Taaffe Zwilich; conductors Daniel Barenboim, Herbert Blomstedt, Riccardo Chailly, William Christie, Catherine Comet, Dennis Russell Davies, James ... Read More
Southern Methodist University - DeGolyer Library
The Community Course, a non-profit lecture-concert-drama series co-sponsored by Southern Methodist University and Temple Emanu-El, operated between 1939 and 1980. The collection includes administrative records, ephemera, and extensive correspondence related to the SMU Community Course and its director, Ronald C. Knickerbocker
Boston University,-- Dept. of Special Collections
Sheet music, scripts, correspondence, personal papers, printed material, and scrapbook
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Leonard B. Meyer, composer, author and professor of music at the University of Chicago (1946-1974). Papers include correspondence, notes and drafts for published and unpublished works, notebooks, photographs, and recordings
Boston Athenaeum
Scrapbook of programs from classical musical concerts, operas, operettas and a few theatrical plays, performed in the Boston area, the bulk of which date from 1901 and 1904. Some accompanied by newspaper clippings of reviews and/or biographical profiles of performers. Performers include Handel and Haydn Society, Boston Symphony Orchestra, and many touring musicians and vocalists of the era. Venues include Symphony Hall, Jordan Hall, Chickering Hall, Tremont Theatre, Steinert Hall, and a number of Boston area churches
Stony Brook University Libraries
Compositions, musical scores and programs, correspondence, and personal papers
Columbia University
The Alice M. Ditson Fund was established at Columbia University in 1940 and is still active in its primary function of providing financial support to composers, performances, and recordings of contemporary American music. The annual Ditson Conductor's Award was also established in 1945. The collection includes general and financial records, meeting minutes, applicant files, and subject files
Boston University,-- Dept. of Special Collections
Manuscripts, printed material, audiotapes, and correspondence


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