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Writings and Oral Presentations, 1925-1988 (continued)
Writings by Others, 1925-1988 (continued)
Articles (continued)
By Author (continued)
BOX-FOLDER 227/9 The need for research in the history of American music , n.d.
Kennan, George F.
BOX-FOLDER 227/10 Seek the finer flavor , n.d.
Koussevitzky, Serge
BOX-FOLDER 227/11 Concerning interpretation . Translated by Nina Bechtereff, 1929
Krenek, Ernst
BOX-FOLDER 227/12 The composer and the interpreter , 1944
Kroll, Jack
BOX-FOLDER 227/13 The stage is a world , 1974
Lederman, Minna
BOX-FOLDER 227/14 Brief encounters , n.d.
Liepmann, Klaus
BOX-FOLDER 227/15 Music and engineers , 1950
Maisel, Edward
BOX-FOLDER 227/17 Charles T. Griffes: The life of an American composer , 1984
McCorkle, Donald M.
BOX-FOLDER 227/16 The Moravian contribution to American music , 1956
Mitsukuri, Shukichi
BOX-FOLDER 227/18 Japanese scales and theri [sic] harmonic treatment , 1959
Noakes, David
BOX-FOLDER 227/19 Nadia Boulanger: A life dedicated to the art of teaching , 1971
Perlis, Vivian
Boulanger -- 20th-century music was born in her classroom
See: Writings by AC, Articles: Copland salutes Boulanger
Pirrotta, Nino
BOX-FOLDER 227/20 The Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library , 1958
Read, Gardner
BOX-FOLDER 232/24 Tanglewood: Investment in musical futures , 1941
Rosenfeld, Paul
BOX-FOLDER 227/21 [ Stravinsky ], n.d.
Shaw, Theodore L.
BOX-FOLDER 227/22 The hypocrisies of criticism , 1952
Simon, Henry
BOX-FOLDER 227/23 Leonard Bernstein: Molto furioso , n.d.
Slonimsky, Nicolas
BOX-FOLDER 232/25 South American composers , 1940
Souster, Tim
BOX-FOLDER 232/26 Organized delirium - Robert Henderson writes about the life and work of Pierre Boulez , 1969
Taubman, Howard
BOX-FOLDER 232/27 Tanglewood tales, or youth makes music , 1948
Terse, Paul
BOX-FOLDER 227/24 Charles Ives (1874-1954): Ein biographischer Überblick , 1987
Thomson, Virgil
BOX-FOLDER 227/25 America's musical maturity: A twentieth-century story , 1961
Weisgall, Hugo D.
BOX-FOLDER 227/26 Jewish music in America , 1954
Whiteside, Thomas
BOX-FOLDER 227/27 The blockbuster complex-III: Onward and upward with the arts , n.d.
Wilson, Edmund
BOX-FOLDER 227/28 Paul Rosenfeld: Three phases , n.d.
BOX 227 BOX 232 Booklets
By Title
BOX-FOLDER 227/29 Charles Edward Ives , 1942
By Author
Boulanger, Nadia
BOX-FOLDER 227/30 Gail Kubik: Divertimenti I and II - Sonatinas for piano and clarinet and piano , 1963
Christliebb, Don
BOX-FOLDER 227/31 Remembrance of Lawrence Morton , n.d.
Goldberg, Isaac
BOX-FOLDER 227/32 Jazz music: What it is and how to understand it , 1927
Naur, Robert
BOX-FOLDER 232/28 Leonard Bernstein (in Dutch and English), n.d.
Nielsen, Tage
BOX-FOLDER 227/33 Danish music after Carl Nielsen , n.d.
Steuermann, Edward
Gail Kubik: Sonata for piano - Celebrations and Epilogue for piano, 1959
See: Writings by Others, Booklets: Boulanger, Nadia:Gail Kubik: Divertimenti I and II - Sonatinas for piano and clarinet and piano
BOX-FOLDER 227/34 Miscellany
BOX-FOLDER 232/29 Miscellany
BOX-FOLDER 227/35 BOX-FOLDER 232/30 Interviews
Bernstein, Leonard
BOX-FOLDER 227/35 National Press Club , 1959
Rogers, Michael
BOX-FOLDER 232/30 The Rolling Stone interview: Paul Bowles , 1974
BOX-FOLDER 227/36-40 Libretti
Arita, Nadine and Robert Courtney
BOX-FOLDER 227/36 Hoe-Down! A musical tribute , 1985
Davies, Peter Maxwell
BOX-FOLDER 227/37 Taverner , n.d.
Denby, Edwin
BOX-FOLDER 227/38 Libretto for a play opera , n.d.
BOX-FOLDER 227/39 Miltie is a hackie , n.d.
Lombardo, Kathleen
BOX-FOLDER 227/40 Savonarola , n.d.
BOX-FOLDER 227/42-43 Poetry
García-Lorca, Federico
BOX-FOLDER 227/42 Walking asleep , n.d.
Sannier-Salabert, Bernard
BOX-FOLDER 227/43 Final , 1951-1955
BOX-FOLDER 228/1-5 Scripts
BOX-FOLDER 228/1-4 Scripts: Ballet, Opera, and Play
Denby, Edwin
Second hurricane
See: Subject File, Compositions:Second hurricane
Everett, Horace
Tender land
See: Music Manuscripts and Printed Editions by Aaron Copland, ARCO 69 misc-B
Graham, Martha
Appalachian spring
See: Correspondence, Personal: Graham, Martha
Kirstein, Lincoln
BOX-FOLDER 228/1-3 Memorial day , n.d.
Page, Ruth
Hear ye! Hear ye!
See: Music Manuscripts and Printed Editions by Aaron Copland, ARCO 26.3
Riggs, Lynn
Tragic ground
See: Music Manuscripts and Printed Editions by Aaron Copland: Music Composed by Copland Not Assigned ARCO Number, Box 117A/1-6
Robbins, Jerome
BOX-FOLDER 228/4 Bye bye Jackie , 1944
Shaw, Irwin
Quiet city
See: Subject File, Compositions:Quiet city(Play typescript)
BOX-FOLDER 228/5 Scripts: Film and Television
Clark, Dennis Lynton
BOX-FOLDER 228/5 The hanging of Ella Watson , n.d.
Goetz, Ruth and Augustus Goetz
The heiress
See: Subject File, Compositions:The heiress(Film typescript)
Hellman, Lillian
North star
See: Subject File, Compositions:North star(Film typescript)
Hotchner, A. E.
The world of Nick Adams
See: Music Manuscripts and Printed Editions by Aaron Copland, ARCO 75 misc
Steinbeck, John
The red pony
See: Subject File, Compositions:The red pony(Film typescript)
See: Music Manuscripts and Printed Editions by Aaron Copland, ARCO 63
Ballad of Billy the kid
See: Music Manuscripts and Printed Editions by Aaron Copland, ARCO 33-F
Wilder, Thornton
Our town
See: Subject File, Compositions:Our town(Film typescript)
BOX 233-245 Diaries, 1910-1985
The Diaries are divided into two sections, Datebooks and Journals. The datebooks range from 1935 to 1985, except for the year 1954, and were generally used to briefly record his daily activities. The desk size books from 1942 to 1969 also enumerate the commissions offered to him by individuals and/or organizations. The pocket size books were apparently used during domestic or foreign trips. The Journals consist of notebooks which record activities, list items and report on events and trips. The material dates from his 1910 reminiscences and extends to comments about his 1973 European trip. The journal dated from 1941-1973 includes family genealogy charts. Two journals describe the creation of the music scores for two films, "The Red Pony" and "Something Wild". The date spans represent the actual span of year dates noted in the journal. See the Index for Journals with AC Numbers for an explanation and list of the journals in numeric order.
Arranged by subseries.
Because of the fragile nature of some journals, the originals and archival photocopies will not be served to researchers. Photocopies of the journals, which are placed in binders, will be available to researchers.
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