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Moldenhauer archives at the Library of Congress, circa 1000-circa 1990

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Musical Figures, 1000-1987 (continued)
Eisler, Hanns
BOX 16 Divertimento für Bläserquintett, op. 4., undated
Blue-line reproduction of manuscript score, annotated; 15 pages
Eisner, Bruno
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Eitner, Robert
BOX 16 Chrysander, Friedrich, 1896 April 19
Postcard, signed; German
BOX 16 Tischer, Gerhard, 1903 November 22, 1904 January 27
2 postcards, signed; German
Elmendorff, Karl
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Elston, Arnold
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Emborg, Jens Laurson
BOX 16 Rheinische Musik-und Theater-Zeitung, 1929 June 14
Autograph letter, signed; 1 page; German
Enescu, George
BOX 16 Mahler, Fritz, 1948 April 20
Autograph, signed; 1 page; German
BOX 110 Portrait, Boston, 1938
By Toppo
Photograph
Note: Signed to Boaz Piller
BOX 16 Trois rhapsodies routtaines, 1948
Printed score, annotated; 89 pages
Note: Signed to Fritz Mahler
Paris: Enoch
Engelmann, Theodore
BOX 16 Gottschalg, A. W., 1863 May 7
Autograph letter, signed; penned on stationary of Wilhelm Engelmann; 1 page; German
Epstein, Julius
BOX 16 Calling card, 1919 September 2
Annotated; 2 pages; German
BOX 16 Weigl, Karl, 1911 January 28
Autograph letter, signed; 2 pages; German
Erbse, Heimo
Correspondence
BOX 104 Moldenhauer, Hans, 1960 September 20
Postcard, signed; German
BOX 104 Unidentified, 1960 January - October
4 typescript letters, signed; 4 pages German
Music
BOX 104 Julietta. Act 4, undated
Facsimile of manuscript full score; 1 page
BOX 104 Klavierkonzert, op. 21, 1964
Autograph music sketches in reduced score; 142 pages; various sizes
Includes: Sketches for Drei Lieder von Texten nach Celan
BOX 104 Mörike-Lieder, op. 17, nos. 1 and 2, undated
Autograph music sketches; 22 pages; 34 x 27 cm.
BOX 104 Ruth, op. 16., undated
Autograph sketches of piano score; 67 pages; 33 x 24 cm.
BOX 104 Writings, undated
2 articles; 16 pages; German
Note: Published in Musik Nachrichten, (Frankfurt: Peters)
Contents: Füssl, Karl Heinz, "Über das Schaffen von Heimo Erbse"; Lück, Rudolf, "Julietta...,"
Erdmann, Eduard
BOX 16 Eisner, Bruno, 1932 June 19
Autograph letter, signed; 2 pages; German
Ernst, Heinrich Wilhelm
Correspondence
BOX 16 Autograph letter, April 11
Signed; 2 pages; French
BOX 16 Chorley, undated
Autograph letter, signed; 1 page, French
Music
BOX 16 Music quotation, 1843 June 3
Autograph, signed and inscribed; German
BOX 16 Music quotation, 1843 July 4
Autograph, signed
Eröd, Iván
BOX 16 Die Seidenraupen, undated
Autograph sketches in condensed score; 4 pages; 34 x 27 cm.
Escudier, Marie-Pierre-Yves
BOX 16 Autograph letter, 1861 February 3
Signed; 2 pages; French
Espagne, Franz
BOX 16 Bagge, Selmar (?), 1863 November 12
Autograph letter, signed; 3 pages; German
Esplá, Oscar
BOX 16 Evocaciones. Cantos de Vendimia, op. 16, no. 3, undated
Autograph music manuscript, signed; 18 pages; 36 x 26 cm.
Note: Fingerings by Ricardo Viñes
Essipoff, Anna
BOX 110 Album leaf, 1874 January 2
Autograph, mounted with portrait photograph
Note: Signed to Papbram
Fahrbach, Joseph
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Falke, Gustav
BOX 117 Autograph letter, 1902 February 1
Signed; 2 pages; German
Falla, Manuel de
Correspondence
BOX 17 Calvocoressi, 1908 April 16. 1p., French
Autograph letter, signed; 1 page; French
BOX 17 Viñes, Ricardo, 1907 October 13
Autograph letter, signed; 2 pages; Spanish
Music
BOX 17 Concerto for Harpsichord or Piano, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Violin, and Cello, 1923-1926
Autograph preliminary draft of page 3, containing alternate versions, and 11 measures incorporated in the printed edition of the full score; 1 leaf; 35 x 27 cm.; pencil
Note: On verso, authentication tracing the manuscript to composer's secretary and friend, Valentín Ruiz Aznar
Note: Formal presentation from the Archdiocese of Granada to Hans Moldenhauer, in Latin
Includes: Document concerning the manuscript
Digital content available
BOX 17 El corregidor y la molinera, undated
Music manuscript with revisions; 8 pages
Note: Probably copyist manuscript with revisions possibly by Falla
Note: Arranged for piano solo
BOX 17 El retablo. Lento, undated
Autograph thematic music quotation, signed; 2 measures
BOX 111 Portrait, 1929
By Eschig
Photograph
Note: Signed to Boaz Piller
Fauré, Gabriel
BOX 17 Arpège, op. 76, no. 2, 1897 September 6
Text by Albert Samain
Autograph full score, signed; 6 pages; 34 x 27 cm.; French; ink
Note: Song with piano accompaniment
Digital content available
Correspondence
BOX 17 Autograph letter, 1923 March 7
1 page; French
Note: Signed to a conductor
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