New York Public Library
The Carol Baron research papers on Stefan Wolpe document Baron's research toward a never-completed biography of the composer. The papers hold correspondence from Wolpe, interview transcripts, notes, photographs, score and lecture manuscripts, clippings, and concert programs
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
William Mayer (1925-2017) was an American composer and former trustee of the Composers Recordings, Inc. record label. The William Mayer papers date from 1956 to 2016 and contain scores composed by Mayer, correspondence and meeting minutes documenting his involvement with Composers Recordings, Inc., and clippings
New York State Historical Documents
Collection of ca. 1,200 rare, manuscript, and first editions of music. Composers include Georges Auric, J.S. Bach, Ludwig van Beethoven, Hector Berlioz, George Bizet, Johannes Brahms, Frederic Chopin, Muzio Clementi, Claude Debussy, Gaetano Donizetti, Custodio Fernandez Goes, Louis Moreau Gottschalk, Charles Gounod, George Frideric Handel, Franz Joseph Haydn, Charles Ives, Leon Kirchner, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, W.A. Mozart, Ernesto Nazareth, Alberto Nepomuceno, J. Octaviano, Maurice Ravel, Gioacchino Rossini, Franz Schubert, Robert Schumann, Oscar Straus, Johann Strauss, Richard Strauss, Igor Stravinsky, Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky, Marcello Tupnyamba, Giuseppe Verdi, Giovanni Viotti, and Richard Wagner. Also, THE PSALMS OF DAVID, the first volume of music printed in America from type, 1767
New York State Historical Documents
Rare music manuscripts and sketches including works by Frederick William Nicholls Crouch, Jules-Laurent Duprato, Franz Joseph Haydn, Leon Jessel, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Ethelbert Nevin, Jacques Offenbach, John Howard Payne, Anton Rubenstein, Samuel Smith, Richard Strauss, and Richard Wagner
New York State Historical Documents
Press clippings on Weill works (by title), songs (by country), jazz arrangements, performers, collaborators, films, recordings, radio, books, television, the Kurt Weill Foundation for Music, and biographical information about Weill and Lotte Lenya
New York State Historical Documents
Music manuscripts and sketches of music by Kurt Weill, including full scores, vocal scores, orchestral parts, copyists' manuscripts, and sketches. Compositions include ZAUBERNACHT, DER PROTAGONIST, ROYAL PALACE, NA UND?, DER ZAR LÄSST SICH PHOTOGRAPHIEREN, MAHAGONNY SONGSPIEL, DIE DREIGROSCHENOPER, AUFSTEIG UND FALL DER STADT MAHAGONNY, HAPPY END, DER JASAGER, DIE BÜRGSCHAFT, DIE SILBERSEE, DIE SIEBEN TODSÜNDEN, DER KUHHANDEL, DER WEG DER VERHEISSUNG, THE ETERNAL ROAD, JOHNNY JOHNSON, DAVY CROCKETT, KNICKERBOCKER HOLIDAY, RAILROADS ON PARADE, BALLAD OF MAGNA CARTA, ULYSSES AFRICANUS, LADY IN THE DARK, ONE TOUCH OF VENUS, THE FIREBRAND OF FLORENCE, STREET SCENE, DOWN IN THE VALLEY, LOVE LIFE, LOST IN THE STARS, HUCKLEBERRY FINN, YOU AND ME, THE RIVER IS BLUE, WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?, SALUTE TO FRANCE, DER LINDBERGHFLUG, MARIE GALANTE, WE WILL NEVER DIE, A FLAG IS BORN, SYMPHONY NO. 1, SYMPHONY NO. 2, DIVERTIMENTO, OP. 5; CONCERTO FOR VIOLIN AND WINDS, OP. 12; BERLIN IM LICHT, ... Read More
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
The collection contains thirty-one video and eight audio recordings. The contents are a mix of Mikhashoff's own performances, compilations in which Mikhashoff performs only a part of the whole, thirteen tapes of concerts given at the North American New Music Festival (Buffalo, New York), tapes sent to Mikhashoff by other performers or composers, and films by Lawrence Brose. The eight cassettes containing only audio are from recording sessions in Norway
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
Stony Brook University Libraries
Compositions, musical scores and programs, correspondence, and personal papers

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