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Musical Figures, 1000-1987 (continued)
Dreyschock, Alexander
BOX 15 Autograph letter, 1860 February 26
Signed; 1 page; German
BOX 15 Fugue in E-flat Major, 1843 November 29
2 autograph music manuscripts; 3 pages; 28 x 22 cm.
Note: Signed to Schlösser
Note: On verso, fragment of Allegro for String Quartet, 1958 March 29
BOX 15 List of works up to op. 27, undated
1 page
Dron, Marthe Nancy
BOX 15 Biographical information, undated
Typescript; 5 pages; French
BOX 15 Documentation, undated
Typescript; 1 page; English
Note: Association material to César Franck's Prélude, Choral, et Fugue
BOX 110 Group portrait, undated
Photograph
Includes: Marthe Dron and Andrée Parent
Related Collection Materials
see Franck, César
Drouet, Louis
BOX 15 Autograph letter, 1860 January 8
Signed; 1 page; French
Note: Regarding his pianist son
Dubois, Théodore
BOX 15 Concerto no. 2 pour piano et orchestra, transcription for two pianos, 1897
Printed score and copy; 58 pages
Note: Signed to E. Colonne
Paris: Heugel
Dubuque, Alexander Ivanovich
Related Collection Materials
see Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich
Dukas, Paul
Portraits
BOX 110 Group photograph, undated
By Joaillier
Includes: Marguerite Long and other pupils
BOX 110 Reproduction of photograph, undated
Includes: Biographical sketch
BOX 15 Servières, 1901 January 8, 1923 June 17
2 autograph letters, signed; 3 pages; French
Duparc, Henri
BOX 15 Autograph letter, 1917 April 29
Signed; 2 pages; French
Note: Regarding Franck's Paris
Dupont, Pierre
BOX 15 Andante, 1866
Autograph music quotation, signed
Dupré, Marcel
BOX 15 Cortège et litanie, for organ, 1924
Printed score, signed; 23 pages
Note: Inscribed, 1925 December 15
Paris: Leduc
Duprez, Gilbert
BOX 15 Album leaf, undated
Autograph; 1 page; English
Note: Signed to Chorley
Durand, Marie Auguste
BOX 15 Schott. London, Paris, 1879 June 30
Autograph letter, signed; 1 page; French
Dvorák, Antonín
Correspondence
BOX 15 Vysoká, 1885 July
Autograph letter, signed; 4 pages; English
Note: Mentions Ludmilla; inscribed Sunday at 5 o'clock in the morning
BOX 15 Unidentified, Prague, 1886 December 14
Autograph letter, signed; 4 pages; English
Note: Mentions Ludmilla
BOX 15 Stabat Mater, op. 58, for Soloists, Chorus, and Orchestra, 1876-1877, 1880
Printed score; 104 pages
Note: Signed at Cambridge, 1891 June 15, when Dvorák received the Doctor of Music degree
From the Edward Lloyd Library
London: Novello, Ewer & Co., 1876/1877, 1880
Ebdon, Thomas
BOX 16 Glee 3 Voices the Acrostick, 1795
Autograph full score; 3 pages; 24 x 30 cm.; English; ink
Note: Signed "to a celebrated composer"
Ebert, Carl
BOX 16 Mahler, Alma, 1959 April
Autograph card, signed; 1 page; German
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see Rosbaud, Hans
Ebner, Wolfgang
BOX 16 Unidentified composition, circa 1655
Autograph condensed score, signed (?); 2 pages; 13 x 23 cm.; ink
Includes: Facsimile signatures of Ebner A. Poglietti and G. Paganello; authentication by Aloys Fuchs
Digital content available
Eckert, Karl
BOX 16 Autograph letter, 1865 March 8
Signed; 2 pages; German
BOX 16 Clippings, 1879-1880
6 items; German
Includes: Biographical information
Edlund, Lars
BOX 16 Elegi, 1971 August 23
Blue-line reproduction of autograph score, annotated; 30 pages
Note: Signed to Alan Stout
Eeden, Jan van den
BOX 110 Portrait, undated
Reproduction of photograph
BOX 16 Rhéna. Introduction to Act 3, 1912
Autograph music fragment, signed; 1 page; 29 x 22 cm.
Includes: Poem
Ehlert, Louis
BOX 16 Autograph card, November 27
Signed; 1 page; German
Ehrlich, Heinrich
BOX 16 Autograph letter, undated
Signed; 3 pages; German
Einem, Gottfried von
Correspondence
BOX 16 Mahler, Alma, undated
Autograph letter, signed; 2 pages; English and German
Note: Christmas greetings
BOX 16 Unidentified, 1958 December 19
Autograph letter, signed; 3 pages; German
Note: Christmas greetings
BOX 16 Unidentified, 1969 October 8
Autograph letter, signed; 2 pages; German
BOX 16 Prinzessin Turandot. Finale, op. 1, 1944
Autograph music sketch, signed; 2 pages; 34 x 27 cm.; ink and pencil
Note: Only portion that survived the burning of Berlin
BOX 16 Synopsis of Hexameron, undated
Autograph, signed; 1 page; German
Note: For the Los Angeles premiere
Einstein, Alfred
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see Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
Eisikovits, Max
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