Yale University
The Max Smith Papers contain letters to and from Smith and family members, composers, performers, and critics. The Papers also hold rough drafts and printed copies of articles by Smith. Smith's life and work are further documented by: programs; photographs; and miscellaneous materials
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
The collection includes correspondence, manuscript and printed scores, photographs, Daniel's writings and research materials, programs, promotional materials, clippings, scrapbooks, and periodicals. The Correspondence series contains letters from important composers, conductors and other musical figures of the day, including Leopold Stokowski, Henry Cowell, Dimitri Mitropoulos, Sidney Robertson Cowell, Lou Harrison, Aaron Copland, and Ernst Krenek. There is a significant amount of materials relating to the eighteenth-century American composer William Billings that Daniel compiled for a planned publication on Billings' life and work.The writings include drafts, articles, radio program schedules, interviews, performance reviews, and biographical materials about composers. The Photographs series contains posed and candid shots taken at conferences, receptions, live performances, in recording studios, and in private residences. In addition, there are portraits, promotional stills, and ... Read More
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Music, writings, correspondence, diaries, pictures, printed material, clippings, and recordings, which primarily document Still's work as a composer. The collection relates to the historical and critical study of his music, as well as being a valuable source of arrangements for performances
California State University, Northridge - Oviatt Library
The Ray Martin Collection contains original manuscript scores in the composer's hand that are numbered 1 through 342. There are nearly 600 pieces, including the unnumbered songs written for twenty-one of martin's albums. Ray Martin assigned unique sequential numbers to his scores. Boxes 1 through 37 include Martin's numbered scores in sequence; the number Martin assigned is listed in the title of each item. Boxes 38 and 39 contain unnumbered scores
California State University, Northridge - Oviatt Library
Collection consists of the correspondence files of Mr. Webb, the correspondence of Lady Monckton, and a few other letters addressed to different people. The correspondence in Webb’s files includes letters from many music personalities such as Samuel Coleridge Taylor, H. H. Lyell-Tayler, Sir Charles Parry, and Albert Visetti. Internal evidence in the collection does not explain how Lady Monckton’s correspondence became part of Francis Webb’s collection. Lady Monckton was the mother of Lionel Monckton, a friend of Webb. Lady Monckton, an amateur actress, was married to Sir John Monckton, London’s town clerk
Western Reserve Historical Society
Music (mostly printed) written by James H. Rogers
Western Michigan University
Photocopy of music and lyrics to children's song "Hang Up Your Stocking," 1972
New York Public Library
The Cleveland String Quartet records, dating from 1965 to 2001, document the formation and evolution of the ensemble; its performances, recordings, tours, and other activities; and its critical reception. They also evidence the careers of Paul and Martha Strongin Katz. They hold correspondence; contracts; itineraries; photographs; publicity files; contracts; repertoire lists; programs; clippings; management files; and datebooks
New York Public Library
Approximately 60,000 orchestral, chamber, solo instrumental, vocal and choral scores, solo parts and libretti placed in the AMC library by their composer members -- Virtually all genres of notated music are represented in the collection, including many forms of orchestral concert music (overtures, symphonies, suites, etc.), chamber music for winds, strings, keyboard, percussion, electronics, alone and in combination, vocal music, solo and choral, and staged works (opera, ballet, musicals). The collection includes many published scores, but a large portion are reproductions of composer's manuscripts. Conventionally notated scores predominate, but there are also many representatives of various forms of graphic notation

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