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Musical Figures, 1000-1987 (continued)
Gurre-Lieder, no. 49, circa 1912 (continued)
Printed piano-vocal score; 238 pages
Note: Of the special edition, Büttenpapier
BOX 101 Gurre-lieder, undated
Bound facsimile of first edition; 179 pages; German
Note: Autograph annotations by Polnauer
BOX-FOLDER 46/2 Im Korn, undated
Music by Zemlinsky; text by Evers
Autograph music manuscript; 2 pages; 25 x 30 cm.; German
Note: Song for soprano and piano
Includes: Zemlinsky's signature and dedication to Mela
BOX-FOLDER 46/7 Die Jacobsleiter, undated
Facsimile of original music manuscript; 39 pages; German
Note: Stamped by Schoenberg
BOX-FOLDER 47/5 Klavierstück, 1932 April
Printed score; 7 pages
New Music
BOX-FOLDER 46/6 Moses und Aron, undated
Typescript libretto with autograph revisions, signed; 46 pages; German
BOX-FOLDER 46/8 Moses und Aron, undated
Photostat of autograph full score; pages 103-178 (measures 166-976
Note: To Fritz Mahler
BOX-FOLDER 47/1 Moses und Aron, undated
Photostat; 5 pages
Note: Schoenberg's handwritten specifications for orchestration, annotations on many aspects of the opera, and drawing
BOX-FOLDER 47/1 Moses und Aron. "Moses zieht Aron zur Verantwortung," undated
Reproduction of document excerpt; 1 page; German
Note: From autograph libretto
BOX 120 Moses und Aron. Der Tanz um das goldene Kalb, circa 1951
Facsimile of piano-vocal manuscript score; 198 pages
Note: Signed to Adolph Weiss, 1952
Vienna: Scherchen
BOX 101 Moses und Aron. Der Tanz um das goldene Kalb, circa 1951
Printed score
Note: Signed by Gertrud Schoenberg to Adolph Weiss, 1952 September 12
Vienna: Ars Viva Hermann Scherchen
BOX 101 Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte, 1944 Christmas
Blue-line reproduction of manuscript score; 36 pages; English
Note: Signed to Adolph Weiss
BOX-FOLDER 46/9 Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte, undated
Facsimile of manuscript melodic line; 8 pages; German
Note: Stamped by Schoenberg
BOX-FOLDER 47/6 Pelleas und Melisande, op. 5, circa 1911
Printed score, signed; 131 pages
Note: Signed to Josef Polnauer, 1912 February 29; signed by Alexander Zemlinsky, 1920 June 2
Vienna: Universal Edition
BOX-FOLDER 46/6 Pelleas und Melisande, op. 5, 1934 January 9
3 autograph music quotations, signed; 1 page (10 measures)
Note: Mounted with portrait photograph, to Piller, 1921 December 30
Contents: Melisande (Andante); Golaud (Moderato); Pelleas (Vivace)
BOX-FOLDER 47/7 Pierrot Lunaire, op. 21, circa 1914
Printed score, annotated; 78 pages; German
Note: To Hans Moldenhauer from E. Stiedry, 1972 March 22
Note: Schoenberg coached Stiedry for the first recording of the work
Vienna: Universal Edition
BOX-FOLDER 48/1 Quartett, undated
Printed score; 80 pages
Berlin: Dreililien
BOX-FOLDER 46/3 Quintett für Flöte, Oboe, Klarinette, Horn and Bassoon, op. 26, 1924
Music manuscript, copied; 39 pages (incomplete parts)
Note: With "Klarinette in A"
BOX-FOLDER 48/2 Quintett für Flöte, Oboe, Klarinette, Horn und Fagott, op. 26, circa 1925
Printed score; 111 pages (parts)
Note: All bear Schoenberg stamp except flute part (Douglas Craig)
Vienna: Universal Edition
BOX-FOLDER 48/3 Songs, undated
10 printed scores, signed; 35 pages; German
Note: Ten individual printings of songs from Schoenberg's opera 2 and 3
Leipzig: Dreililien
BOX-FOLDER 46/10 Streich-Quartett. Movement 2, op. 10, undated
Facsimile of music manuscript; 47 pages; German
Note: Signed to Alexander Zemlinsky, 1909 February 18
Vienna: Schoenberg
BOX-FOLDER 46/3 String Trio, op. 45, 1946
Music manuscript, copied (incomplete); 17 pages
BOX-FOLDER 46/9 String Trio, op. 45, circa 1950
Reproduction of first edition; 23 pages
New York: Boelke-Bomart
BOX-FOLDER 46/2 Der Tag wird kühl, undated
Music by Zemlinsky
Fair copy; 3 pages; 34 x 26 cm.; German
Note: Song for soprano and piano
Note: In Schoenberg's autograph; also inscribed by Melanie Guttmann
BOX 120 Der Tanz um das Goldene Kalb, circa 1951
Printed score
Note: Signed by Gertrud Schoenberg to Adolph Weiss, 1952 September 12
Vienna: Ars Viva Hermann Scherchen
BOX-FOLDER 48/4 Variationen für Orchester, op. 31, circa 1929
Printed score; 80 pages
Note: Signed to Adolph Weiss, 1936 September 13
Vienna: Universal Edition
BOX 101 Von Heute auf Morgen, 1929
Bound facsimile of first edition of piano reduction; 149 pages
Note: Annotations concerning staging in the hand of Willi Reich
BOX-FOLDER 47/4 Von Huete auf Morgen, circa 1930
Printed piano reduction; 140 pages
Note: Second edition
Berlin: Schoenberg
Photographs
BOX 115 Plaque on the house in Barcelona, undated
Note: Installed in 1955
BOX 115 Portrait, Mödling, 1925 August 19
Note: Signed to Edward Clark
BOX 115 Portrait, New York, 1934 March 29
Note: Signed to Adolph and Mrs. Weiss
BOX 115 Portrait, 1950 Christmas
Note: Signed to Fritz and Erika Stiedry, in German
BOX 115 Group portrait, undated
BOX 115 Portrait, undated
BOX 115 Portrait, undated
Note: On postcard to Webern
Programs and Promotional Material
BOX-FOLDER 46/5 Announcement for Schoenberg lecture, "Stil und Gedanke...," Vienna, 1933 February 15
1 page; German
Note: Newspaper report
BOX-FOLDER 48/5 Program, Vienna, 1924 May 2
Autograph, annotated; 2 pages; German
BOX-FOLDER 48/5 Program, Vienna, 1927 September 19
3 pages
Note: Covers two concerts for the world premiere, sponsored by Mrs. Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge
BOX-FOLDER 48/5 Program, Vienna, 1928 February 26
2 leaves
Note: Song recital given by Margot Hinnenberg-Lefèbre
BOX-FOLDER 48/5 Program, University of California, Los Angeles, 1937 January 4-8
4 pages
Note: Signed to Adolph Weiss; autograph messages by Arnold Schoenberg, Gertrud Schoenberg and the four quartet members: Rudolf Kolisch, Felix Kuhner, Jenö Léner, Benar Heifetz
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