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BOX 197-232 BOX 565 BOX-FOLDER 25/39 MAPCASE C-Drw 2/1-2 Writings and Oral Presentations, 1925-1988
The Writings & Oral Presentations series represent over fifty years (c. 1925-1988) of written and oral commentary on music and musicians during the lifetime of Copland and is divided into to main subseries: Writings by Aaron Copland and Writings by Others. The subseries, Writings by Aaron Copland is divided into 5 subseries: Articles, Books, Lectures & Speeches, Radio and Television. The subseries, Writings by Others extends to material written about Aaron Copland and material written about other composers, musicians, and critics or other subjects. The articles reflect the views and opinions of a wide range of notable people. The interviews almost span his entire life from 1928 to 1988 and comprise dialogues with substantive and substantial quotes by Copland. See the Index for Articles with AC Numbers for an explanation and numeric indexes of Copland's numbering system. See the Index for the Lectures and Speeches with AC Numbers for more information.
Arranged by suberies.
BOX 197-230 BOX 565 MAPCASE C-Drw 2/1-2 Writings by Aaron Copland, 1925-1988
The writings by Aaron Copland contain the different venues that Copland employed to communicate his thoughts and ideas on music -- the growth of American music and commentary on the people or organizations that fostered composers and their music through the 1960s -- beginning in 1925 with his second published article, "What Europe Means to the Aspiring Composer", after his return from three years of musical study in France. This series is divided into Articles, Books, Lectures & Speeches, Radio and Television. Includes unpublished manuscripts, notes and outlines; letters, typescripts, galley and page proofs; published articles clippings, reviews and promotional material. See the Index for Articles with AC Numbers for an explanation and numeric indexes of Copland's numbering system. See the Index for the Lectures and Speeches with AC Numbers for more information.
Arranged by author, title or chronologically.
BOX 197-202 BOX 229 BOX 230 BOX 565 Articles
BOX-FOLDER 197/1 A.C. (A composer) looks at LP, n.d.
BOX-FOLDER 197/2 A.C.: Foreword to Modern Music reprints of articles about Igor Strav[insky], n.d.
Aaron Copland. Arthur Berger [Book review]
See: Writings by Others, About AC, Articles: Clurman, Harold. Aaron Copland
BOX-FOLDER 197/3 Aaron Copland: A visit to Israel, 1969
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Aaron Copland remembers Nadia
See: Writings by AC, Articles: A tribute to Nadia Boulanger
BOX-FOLDER 197/4 Aaron Copland talks about American music to-day, 1958
BOX-FOLDER 197/5 Aaron Copland writes from South America, 1947
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BOX-FOLDER 197/6 About Billy the Kid, n.d.
BOX-FOLDER 197/7 Active market in new music records, 1936
23
BOX-FOLDER 197/8 Always in my thoughts, 1953
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America's cultural explosion - its scope and challenge
See: Writings by Others, About AC, Interviews: The Playboy Panel. America's cultural explosion - its scope and challenge
99A
BOX-FOLDER 197/9 L'america ha la sua música, 1951
BOX-FOLDER 197/10 America's young men of promise, 1926
BOX-FOLDER 197/11 The American composer gets a break, 1935
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BOX-FOLDER 197/12 The American composer today, n.d.
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BOX-FOLDER 197/13 American composers on records, 1959
BOX-FOLDER 197/14 American culture I: Music, 1956
See also: Writings by AC, Articles: Report on American music, 1956
BOX-FOLDER 197/15 American music since 1930, 1945
BOX-FOLDER 229/1 The American musical scene, 1950
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BOX-FOLDER 197/16 Are my ears on wrong? A reply to Mr. Henry Pleasants, 1955
See also: Writings by AC, Articles: Modern music: 'Fresh and different'
64
BOX-FOLDER 197/17 The art of Darius Milhaud, 1948
See also: Writings by AC, Articles: Sobre la música en el cine
50
BOX-FOLDER 197/18 As a musician: Women's University Glee Club, n.d.
BOX-FOLDER 197/19 ASCAP and the symphonic composer, 1964
BOX-FOLDER 229/2 ASCAP and the symphonic composer, 1964
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BOX-FOLDER 197/20 At the thought of Mozart, 1956
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BOX-FOLDER 197/21 Baden-Baden, 1927
8
BOX-FOLDER 197/22 The battle of jazz and the classics, n.d.
BOX-FOLDER 197/23 Benjamin Britten: The Rape of Lucretia, an opera in two acts [Music review], 1947
45
BOX-FOLDER 197/24 Carlos Chávez - Mexican composer, 1928
BOX-FOLDER 197/25 Charles Ives, 1964
BOX-FOLDER 565/1 Charles Ives Remembered, [Foreward], 1964
BOX-FOLDER 197/26 Claire Reis (1889-1978), 1978
See also: Writings by AC, Lectures & Speeches: Claire Reis
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BOX-FOLDER 197/27 Claire Raphael Reis, n.d.
BOX-FOLDER 198/1 The composer and his critic, 1932
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BOX-FOLDER 198/2 The composer and the audience, n.d.
BOX-FOLDER 198/3 The composer as conductor, n.d.
BOX-FOLDER 198/4 The composer as critic, 1961
See also: Writings by AC, Lectures & Speeches: The composer as critic
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BOX-FOLDER 198/5 Composer from Brooklyn: An autobiographical sketch, 1941
BOX-FOLDER 198/6 The composer in America, 1923-1933, 1933
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BOX-FOLDER 198/7 The composer in the United States, n.d.
BOX-FOLDER 198/8 The composer speaks out! Meet the composer!, n.d.
BOX-FOLDER 198/9 A composer's praise, 1962
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BOX-FOLDER 198/10 Composer's report on music in South America, 1947
See also: Writings by AC, Articles: South American journey
See also: Writings by AC, Lectures & Speeches: [La música de las americas]
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BOX-FOLDER 198/11 Composers and composing, 1960
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BOX-FOLDER 198/12 The composers get wise, 1940
32
BOX-FOLDER 198/13 Composers in Russia, 1960
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BOX-FOLDER 198/14 Composers in the university, 1970
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BOX-FOLDER 198/15 The composers of South America, 1941
BOX-FOLDER 198/16 The composers of South America, 1942
37
Composers without a halo
See: Writings by AC, Articles: Komponisten ohne Glorienschen
BOX-FOLDER 198/17 Composers' letters, 1963
BOX-FOLDER 198/18 Composing for Something wild, 1961
BOX-FOLDER 229/3 El compositor en los Estados Unidos, 1959
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BOX-FOLDER 198/19 Contemporaries at Oxford, 1931
16
BOX-FOLDER 198/20 Contemporary music -- Is it peculiar?, n.d.
BOX-FOLDER 198/21 The contemporary scene, 1966
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BOX-FOLDER 198/22 Copland on Carter, 1978
BOX-FOLDER 198/23 Copland salutes Boulanger, 1977
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BOX-FOLDER 198/24 Cousin Michael, 1964
BOX-FOLDER 198/25 Creativity in America, 1952
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BOX-FOLDER 198/26 Current chronicle: United States, New York, 1951
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BOX-FOLDER 198/27 The danger of writing concert music, n.d.
BOX-FOLDER 198/28 Defends the music of Mahler [Letter to the editor], 1925
4
BOX-FOLDER 198/29 The dilemma of our symphony orchestra, 1956
See also: Writings by AC, Lectures & Speeches: The dilemma of our symphony orchestra
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BOX-FOLDER 198/30 Discoveries of a music critic, by Paul Rosenfeld [Book review], 1936
24
BOX-FOLDER 198/31 [Dmitri Shostakovich - 60th birthday], 1966
BOX-FOLDER 229/4 The essence remained. The life and music of Béla Bartók . Halsey Stevens [Book review], 1953
See also: Writings by AC, Articles: The life and music of Béla Bartók
67
BOX-FOLDER 198/32 European festivals and premiers: A glance backward, 1960
Famous pupil recalls famous teacher
See: Writings by AC, Articles: A tribute to Nadia Boulanger
BOX-FOLDER 198/33 Faure [sic] festival at Harvard, 1945
40
Also: Faure [sic] centennial in America
BOX-FOLDER 198/34 Festival in Caracas: Recent Venezuelan event was devoted to composers of Latin America, 1954
69
BOX-FOLDER 198/35 Five post-romantics, 1941
36
BOX-FOLDER 199/1 For composers news record, n.d.
BOX-FOLDER 199/2 For the record! [Letter to editor?], n.d.
BOX-FOLDER 199/3 Foreword to Gardner Reed's book, Thesaurus of orchestral devices, n.d.
BOX-FOLDER 199/4 Foreword to new collection of 'The Gift to be Simple', May 1970
Four Weeks in the Soviet Union - 1960
See: Writings by AC, Articles: Composers in Russia
BOX-FOLDER 199/5 Franz Liszt, n.d.
BOX-FOLDER 199/6 From a composer's journal, n.d.
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