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

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Musical Figures, 1000-1987 (continued)
Streich-Quartett. Movement 2, op. 10, undated (continued)
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
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
BOX-FOLDER 48/5 Program, University of California, Los Angeles, March 27
4 pages; English
Note: Signed by Irene Hanna
BOX 124 Arnold Schönberg 1874-1951, undated
Designed by Josef Humplik
Original model of the Schoenberg medal; 17 cm.; bronze
Note: Awarded by the Arnold Schoenberg Kuratorium
Shelf Baton, undated
Includes: Calling card and note to Hans Rosbaud from Gertrud Schoenberg
BOX 124 Schoenberg medal, 1951
7 cm.
Note: Awarded to Edward Clark; engraved on verso
BOX 120 Arnold Schoenberg, 1912
Book; 90 pages; German
Note: First edition
Munich: R. Piper
BOX 120 Arnold Schoenberg, Gedenkausstellung 1974, circa 1974
Edited by Ernst Hilmar
Book; 368 pages
Note: Inscribed to Hans Moldenhauer from Hilmar, 1974 October 7
Vienna: Universal Edition
BOX 120 Arnold Schoenberg zum 60. Geburtstag 13. September 1934, 1934
Book; 75 pages; German
Vienna: Universal Edition
BOX-FOLDER 46/5 "Arnold Schönbergs neue Männerchöre," undated
Essay; 4 pages; German
Note: By Willi Reich?
BOX-FOLDER 46/5 "Choral-Bearbeitung," circa 1930
Text; 1 page; German
BOX 119 Dedication, undated
Typescript; 1 page; German
Note: To Alexander Zemlinsky, for Pierrot Lunaire score
BOX 120 Harmonielehre, 1911
Book; bound in linen; 476 pages; German; detailed annotations and analysis, in red, blue and black pencil, including musical examples
Note: Signed in 1911 by T. E. Clark; page proofs were used for Clark's private instruction by Schoenberg
Leipzig-Vienna: Universal Edition
BOX 120 Harmonielehre, 1922
Book; 516 pages; German
Note: Third edition
Leipzig-Vienna: Univeral Edition
BOX-FOLDER 46/4 Lecture, 1933 February 12
Carbon copy of original typescript with autograph revisions and musical examples; 28 pages; German
Note: On Brahms, delivered over the radio for the centenary of the birth of Brahms; revised in 1947 for Style and Idea (1975) under the title "Brahms the Progressive"
BOX 120 Schoenberg-Gespräch, [1984]
Illustrated book; 77 pages + 32 pages (illustrations); German
Note: Deals with Schoenberg's paintings
Vienna: Hochschule für angewente Kunst in Wien
BOX-FOLDER 46/5 "Wer mit der Welt Laufen will...," 1926 March 24
Autograph poem; 1 page (9 lines)
Note: Signed to Dr. David Joseph Bach
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see Schoenberg, Gertrud
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see Weigl, Karl
Schoenberg, Gertrud
BOX 119 Mahler, Alma, 1959 April - 1959 February
7 letters, signed; 11 pages; German
Note: Musical and personal topics
BOX 119 Weiss, Mary (Mrs. Adolph), 1934 February - 1935 July
7 letters, signed; 7 pages; German
Note: 3 letters contained autograph postscripts signed by Arnold Schoenberg
BOX 119 Zweig, Friderike, 1950 July 18
Autograph letter, signed; 1 page; German
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see Schoenberg, Arnold
Schoenberg, Nuria
BOX 48 Mahler, Alma, 1958 Christmas
Card, signed; 1 page; English
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