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Musical Figures, 1000-1987 (continued)
Gernsheim, Willi
BOX 19 Maikäferlied, 1927 February 12
Autograph music manuscript, signed; 3 pages; 34 x 27 cm.
Gershwin, George
Correspondence
BOX 95 Moldenhauer, Hans from Boaz Piller, May 25
Letter; 1 page; English
Note: Regarding "Jascha..."
BOX 95 Piller, Boaz, 1930 February 3
Autograph letter, signed; 1 page; English
BOX 95 Signatures, undated
2 items
Music
BOX 95 Jascha, Mischa, Sascha, Toscha, 1929 December 31
Autograph music manuscript, signed; 1 page; 21 x 25 cm.; ink
Note: Unpublished four-part song written for a party at the home of Koussevitzky
BOX 95 Jascha, Mischa, Sascha, Toscha, undated
Text by Ira Gershwin, to music by George Gershwin
Song text; 1 page; English; 23 x 15 cm.
Note: Written out by Nicolas Slonimsky
BOX 95 Porgy and Bess, undated
Autograph music sketches with text in condensed score; 1 page; 33 x 26 cm.; pencil
Note: Marked "Robbins, Page 3"
Digital content available
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Gervinus, Georg Gottfried
BOX 19 Bagge, Selmar, 1863 October 18
Autograph letter, signed; 3 pages; German
Geselschap, Marie
BOX 19 Publicity brochure, 1900 August
Signed and inscribed; 11 pages; German and English
Gevaert, François-Auguste
BOX 19 Autograph letter, 1864 March 8
Signed; 1 page; French
BOX 19 Duvernoy, 1859 September 6
Autograph letter, signed; 1 page; French
BOX 19 Gustave, undated
Autograph letter, signed; 3 pages; Frech
Note: On musical life in Paris
Ghircoiaşiu, Romeo
BOX 19 Rondo, circa 1970
Printed score; 5 pages
Note: To Hans Moldenhauer
Cluj: Conservatorul de Muzica (breve)
Giardini, Felice
BOX 19 Choruses to the Stabat Mater, undated
Autograph music manuscript, signed; 36 pages + 16 pages (parts); 24 x 30 cm.
Note: Arranged for solo voices, chorus and instruments
Contents: O quam tristis; Fac ut ardeat cor meum; Amen
Gibert, Vicente María de
BOX 19 Tres cants extrets del cicle. De la primera jornada, undated
Autograph music manuscript, signed; 18 pages; 31 x 21 cm.
Giehne, Heinrich
BOX 19 Bagge, Selmar (?), 1860 November, 1862 August 5
2 autograph letters, signed; 10 pages; German
Gieseking, Walter
BOX 19 Bauer, Marion, undated
Autograph letter, signed; 1 page; French
BOX 111 Portrait, Boston, 1928 March 4
By Lucas-Kanarian
Photograph
Note: Signed to Boaz Piller
Gigli, Beniamino
BOX 19 Palacio, Ramón, 1928 December 1
Typescript letter; 1 page; Italian
Gil, José
BOX 19 Valse, para piano, undated
Autograph music manuscript; 4 pages; 37 x 27 cm.
Note: Signed to Ricardo Viñes
Gilson, Paul
BOX 19 Postcard, Coventry, 1910?
In French
Gimpel, Jakob
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Giordano, Umberto
BOX 19 Esercizii, 1917 July 15
Autograph music manuscript, signed; 1 page; 33 x 27 cm.; pencil
Giuglini, Antonio
BOX 111 Portrait, undated
Photograph
BOX 19 Signature, undated
3 items
Giuliani, Michel
BOX 19 Diabelli, 1825 January 29
Autograph letter, signed; 3 pages; German
Glazunov, Alexander Konstantinovich
BOX 20 Concerto pour Violon, 1930 January
Autograph music quotation, signed
BOX 20 Taneyev, 1915 September 8
Autograph letter, signed; 1 page; Russian
Glinka, Mikhail Ivanovich
BOX 20 Autograph letter, October 30
1 page; French
Note: Signed to a publisher
Globokar, Vinko
BOX 20 Vega, Aurelio de la, 1979 August 31, December 31
2 autograph letters, signed; 2 pages; English
Gluck, Alexander Johannes
BOX 20 Document, Chemnitz, 1723 July 31
Autograph, signed; 1 page; German
Note: Regarding a supply of wood
Gluck, Christoph Willibald
BOX 20 Alceste, undated
Facsimile of music manuscript; 1 page
Note: Previously framed with undated portrait engraving, now housed in box 111
Shelf Le feste d'Apollo. Act 2, Aristeo, Primo coro nel Aristeo che ancora si balla, undated
Text by C. I. Frugoni
Autograph full score of the first chorus; 7 pages (leaves bear Gluck's original pagination, 27-30; after the manuscript was broken up, this section was repaginated 1-8); 22 x 30 cm.; ink
Note: Performed at Parma in 1769 for the wedding of the Infante Don Ferdinando to Maria Amalia
Note: Inscribed with provenance and text by Felix von Bamberg to whom Aloys Fuchs transferred the manuscript on 27 May 1842 in Vienna
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Godard, Benjamin
BOX 20 Autograph letter, 1894 October 12
1 page; French
Note: Signed to his editor
BOX 111 Portrait, undated
By Kiss
Engraving
Godefroid, Félix
BOX 20 La Fille de Saul. Air de Saul, undated
Printed score; 10 pages; French
Note: Signed to Madame LaFleur
Paris: Durdilly
Godowsky, Leopold
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