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Music by Aaron Copland, 1911-1985 (continued)
Music Manuscripts and Printed Editions, 1920-1985 (continued)
Dirge in woods : words by George Meredith. New York: Boosey & Hawkes, [1957] . (continued)
Piano-vocal score; 5 p.
c1957 in U.S.A. by Boosey & Hawkes.
Plt.: S. 2574.
English text.
On title page recto: Written especially in honor of Nadia Boulanger's fiftieth year teaching.
71) Canticle of freedom [chorus & orchestra]
BOX-FOLDER 88/71 Canticle of freedom.
71
Ms. Score for chorus (SATB) and orchestra; 77 leaves; 38.5 cm.
Note: Holograph in ink on transparent paper, with some markings in pencil.
English text by John Barbour.
On title page: "Pp. 1-32 of original (1955) version (NOT TO BE USED!) A.C. (revised 1966)."
At end: March 27, 1955.
Laid in: One holograph leaf in pencil titled "Revision of Canticle of Freedom".
BOX-FOLDER 88/71.1 Canticle of freedom.
71.1
Ms. (ozalid). Score for chorus (SATB) and orchestra; 77 p.; 39.5 cm. (spiral bound).
Note: Copy of holograph score ARCO 71, with holograph and other markings in pencil throughout.
English text by John Barbour.
On cover: Original version of 1955 (not to be played in this version).
At end: March 27, 1955.
BOX-FOLDER 88/71.2 Canticle of freedom.
71.2
Ms. (ozalid). Full score (incomplete); 32 p.; 38.5 cm.
Note: Holograph markings in pencil throughout.
At head: Original version of 1955 (to p. 32) (not to be played).
BOX-FOLDER 88/71.3 Canticle of freedom.
71.3
Ms. Condensed score; original pencil sketch (32 + 2 p.) accompanied by rough sketches in pencil (various paginations); 34.5 cm.
Note: Holographs in pencil.
On microfilm: MUSIC 1906, Item 3.
BOX-FOLDER 88/71.4 "Let us now praise famous men".
71.4
Ms. Sketches for choral work (unfinished); various paginations; various sizes.
Note: Holographs in pencil and typescript.
English text.
On title page: "Let us now praise famous men" sketches for choral work (1949) (unfinished) (on which is based later Canticle of freedom)."
BOX-FOLDER 88/71.5 Canticle of freedom.
71.5
Ms. (positive photostat). Condensed score for mixed chorus and orchestra (miniature); 11 leaves; 28 cm.
Note: Holograph markings in pencil.
English text.
At head: Choral coda from Canticle of freedom (text by John Barbour - 1320 (?)-1395).
At end: March 13, 1955 N.Y.
71-A) Canticle of freedom [chorus & piano]
BOX-FOLDER 88/71-Aa Canticle of freedom : text by John Barbour. New York: Boosey & Hawkes, [1955] .
71-Aa
Score for mixed chorus (SATB) and piano; 16 p.
c1955 in U.S.A. by Boosey & Hawkes.
Plt.: B.H. Oct. 5059.
Note: Holograph markings in pencil throughout.
English text.
Commissioned by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Duration: Approx. 16 min.
BOX-FOLDER 88/71-Ab Canticle of freedom : text by John Barbour. New York: Boosey & Hawkes, [1955] .
71-Ab
Score for mixed chorus (SATB) and piano; 16 p. (2 copies).
c1955 in U.S.A. by Boosey & Hawkes.
Plt.: B.H. Oct. 5059.
Note: Holograph markings in pencil throughout Copy 1.
English text
Commissioned by the Massa- chusetts Institute of Technology.
Duration: Approx. 16 min.
71-B) Canticle of freedom [chorus & orchestra]
BOX-FOLDER 88/71-B Canticle of freedom : for mixed chorus and orchestra / text by John Barbour.
71-B
Ms. Full score (revised version); 22 leaves; 38.5 cm.
Note: Manuscript in pencil by David Walker; holograph title page and page of preliminary notes.
On title page: Original version completed 1955, pages 1-77 complete (withdrawn - not to be played) A.C.
Revised version, completed 1966; New pages 1-20; then pages 33-77 of original version.
BOX-FOLDER 88/71-B.1 Canticle of freedom : for mixed chorus and orchestra / text by John Barbour.
71-B.1
Ms. (ozalid). Full score (revised version); 20 p.; 38 cm.
Note: Copy of original manuscript score ARCO 71-B; manuscript in the hand of David Walker.
English text.
BOX-FOLDER 88/71-B misc Canticle of freedom.
71-B misc
Mss. Miscellaneous original (1955) pages from revised (1965) version; 16 p.; various sizes.
Note: Holographs in ink and pencil, with typescript and manuscript text in ink and pencil.
English text.
BOX-FOLDER 88/71-Ba Canticle of freedom. New York: Boosey & Hawkes, [1968] .
71-Ba
Full score; 52 p. (3 copies, Copy 2 bound).
c1955; full score copyright 1968 by Aaron Copland.
Plt.: F.S. 332.
Note: Holograph markings in pencil throughout Copy 1.
English text by John Barbour.
Commissioned by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Duration: Approx. 13 min.
72) Symphonic ode [orchestra]
BOX-FOLDER 88/72 Symphonic ode.
72
Ms. Full score; 81 leaves; 44.5 cm.
Note: Holograph in ink on transparent paper.
On title page: Commissioned in celebration of the 75th season of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Charles Munch, Music Director.
Dedicated to the memory of Serge and Natalie Koussevitsky.
{Filed with Koussevitsky Collection, ML 30 .3c2.C6 case.}
BOX-FOLDER 89/72.1 Symphonic ode.
72.1
Ms. (ozalid). Full score; 81 p.; 44.5 cm. (bound).
Note: Copy of holograph score ARCO 72.
On title page: Commissioned in celebration of the 75th season of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Charles Munch, Music Director.
Dedicated to the memory of Serge and Natalie Koussevitsky.
BOX-FOLDER 89/72.2 Symphonic ode.
72.2
Ms. (ozalid). Full score; 81 p.; 44.5 cm.
Note: Copy of holograph score ARCO 72.
BOX-FOLDER 89/72.3 Symphonic ode.
72.3
Ms. Orchestral sketches; 4 leaves (5 p.); various sizes.
Note: Holograph in pencil.
BOX-FOLDER 89/72a Symphonic ode. London: Boosey & Hawkes, [1957] .
72a
Full score; 69 p. (4 copies, Copy 1 (bound).
c1957 by Boosey & Hawkes.
Plt.: B. & H. 18266.
Note: Holograph markings in pencil and crayon throughout copies 1 through 3.
On third preliminary page: Commissioned in celebration of the 75th season of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Charles Munch, Music Director.
The original version of this work (now withdrawn) was composed in 1928-29, in celebration of the Boston Symphony Orchestra's 50th season.
BOX-FOLDER 89/72b Symphonic ode. New York: Boosey & Hawkes, [1957] .
72b
Full score (miniature); 69 p.
c1957 by Boosey & Hawkes.
Plt.: B. & H. 18266.
Ser. title: Hawkes Pocket Scores, No. 706.
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