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Correspondence, 1931-1976, bulk 1938-1953 (continued)
Welch, James T. see Muriel Francis
BOX 10/78 Wells, Carter, 1950
BOX 10/79 Wells, Summer, 1941
Wertheim, Arnold see Acro Associates, Inc.
Wetherell, Ward E. see Massachusetts. Dept. of Corporations and Taxation
BOX 10/80 Wheeler & Taylor, Inc., 1942
Wheeler-Imparato, Ester Belle see Imparato, Giovanni
White, Charles Lafayette see Sturdy, L. Alice
BOX 10/81 White, Clarence Cameron, 1943
White, Sister Mary see Surrey Clinic
Whitman, H.N. see Hornblower & Weeks
Wien, Walter see United States. Embassy (Yugoslavia)
BOX 10/82 Wiener, Elmer A., 1949
BOX 10/83 Wiener Philharmoniker, 1952
BOX 10/84 Wieter, Helga, 1951
Two photographs of Wieter.
Wiley, John Cooper see United States. Embassy
Wilkins, John M. see John F. White, Inc.
BOX 10/85 Wilkomirski, Michael, 1942
William L. Stein, Inc. see Poleri, David
BOX 10/86 William Morris Agency, 1945
BOX 10/87 Willy-Overland Motors, 1949
Wilson, A.E. see United States. Bureau of the Public Debt
Winsch, M.J. see Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.
BOX 10/88 Winson, S.A., 1949
BOX 10/89 [Wishard], Sciff, 1942
BOX 10/90 Witek, Eugene, n.d.
BOX 10/91 Witkowski, Franiszek, 1942
BOX 10/92 Wittell, Chester, 1945
BOX 10/93 Wolf & Davis, 1948-1950
Wolf, Walter B. see Wolf & Davis
Wolfe, Florence see National Concert and Artists Corporation
BOX 10/94 Wolfes, Felix, 1945
Wolpin, Edward A. see Heilner, Irwin
Woods, Baldwin M. see Music Corporation of America
BOX 10/95 Wooldridge, John de L., 1944-1945
BOX 10/96 Woulff, Mr., 1953
Wright, Mrs. Frank Lloyd see Wright, Olgivanna Lloyd
BOX 10/97 Wright, Olgivanna Lloyd, 1950
BOX 10/98 Wymetal, William, 1942
BOX 10/99 W miscellaneous, 1948
BOX 10/100 Xauώ, Ernesto, 1950
BOX 11/1 Yardumian, Richard, 1945
BOX 11/2 Young People’s Record Club, Inc., n.d.
BOX 11/3 Zanin, Lt., 1951
BOX 11/4 Zaremba, Sylvia, n.d.
BOX 11/5 Zayas, N. L. Hernandez, 1950
BOX 11/6 Zeisl, Eric, 1943-1947
BOX 11/7 Zemachson, Arnold, 1942-1943
Zerbel, Gladys see Hollywood Bowl Association
BOX 11/8 Zilboorg, Gregory, 1939
Zillerbach, Harold see San Francisco (Calif.). Art Commission
BOX 11/9 Zimbalist, Mary Louise Curtis Bok, 1933-1943
Ziolkowski, C.S. see Polish Arts Club
BOX 11/10 Zirato, Bruno, 1945-1949
see also Maier, Guy
see also New York Philharmonic
see also Walter, Bruno
Zuckerman, Besse see Bay Cities Music Association
Zuckerman, Mrs. Joseph see Bay Cities Music Association
BOX 11/11 Zusser, Maurice M., 1947
BOX 13-43; 52-59 Annotated Music, circa 1868-1956, bulk 1932-1947
This series is comprised of printed music, photocopied music and a few manuscripts. The majority of the music consists of orchestral, chamber and choral works; the bulk of the publications are in English, in addition to German, Polish, Russian, French and Japanese. These scores have been annotated with conductor marks, stamps, and composers’ inscriptions. A few of the scores have pasteovers. Printed music that was not annotated was removed from the collection and cataloged separately in the Music Division’s general collections.
The series is arranged alphabetically by composer and then by title.
Albéniz, Isaac
BOX-FOLDER 13/5-6 Fête dieu à séville. [S.l.: s.n., n.d.]
BOX-FOLDER 13/5 Printed full score
47 p.
BOX-FOLDER 13/6 Copyist and photocopy parts
Second movement in “Iberia”
Altisent, Juan
BOX-FOLDER 52/1 Concierto: para oboe y orquesta. Barcelona: [s.n.], 1954
34 p.
Andreae, Volkmar
BOX-FOLDER 14/1 Kleine suite, für Orchester, op. 27. Leipzig: F.E.C. Leuckart, [1910-1919?]
46 p.
Andriessen, Hendrik
BOX-FOLDER 14/2 Variaties op een thema van Couperin: voor fluit met begleiding van strijkorkest harp. Amsterdam: Donemus, 1944
Photocopy; [34] p.
Antheil, George
[Symphonies, no. 5]
BOX-FOLDER 52/2 Fifth symphony: (“Joyous”) [S.l.: s.n.], 1947-48
Photocopy; 117 p.
Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel
BOX-FOLDER 14/3 Concerto (D-dur) instrumentée pour petit orchestre. Berlin: Edition Russe De Musique, 1911
26 p.
Bach, Johann Sebastian
BOX-FOLDER 14/4 Bist du bei mir. [S.l.: s.n., n.d.]
Arranger’s holograph; 4 p.
Arranged by Stanleigh P. Friedman.
BOX-FOLDER 14/5 Due chorali = zwei choräle. New York: Universal-Edition, 1925
12 p.
Transcribed from organ for orchestra by Vittorio Gui.
Our father in heaven...
BOX-FOLDER 14/6 Bach, Chorale: our father in heaven (vater unser im Himmelreich) [page 1] New York: Associated Music Publishers, 1937
4 p.
Arranged for string orchestra by Arcady Dubensky.
2 copies.
BOX-FOLDER 14/7 The passion of our Lord according to St. Matthew. Boston: Oliver Ditson Company, 1916
xii, 262 p.
Piano arrangements by Julius Stern and Robert Franz.
Text translated and adapted by John Sullivan Dwight.
Revised and edited by Louis Koemmenich.
[Präludium und Fuge, organ, BWV 534, F minor; arr.]
BOX-FOLDER 52/3 Prelude und fugue in F minor (S. 534) San Diego, Calif.: Music Graphics Press, 1978
Photocopy; 46 p.
Transcribed for orchestra by Eugene Zádor.
BOX-FOLDER 14/8 Ricercare a 6 voci aus dem “Musikalischen Opfer” über ein thema Friedrichs des Grossen. Berlin: Ed. Bote & G. Bock, 1930
16 p.
[Sonaten und Partiten, violin, BWV 1001-1006. Partita, no. 3. Gavotte en rondeau; arr.]
BOX-FOLDER 14/9 Gavotte en rondeau: from the sixth violin sonata of Johann Sebastian Bach. [S.l.: s.n., n.d.]
Arrangers’s holograph; 13 p.
Arranged by Stanleigh P. Friedman.
BOX-FOLDER 14/10 St. Matthew passion: chorus 1 “Come, ye daughters” [S.l.: s.n., n.d.]
25 p.
Abbreviated version.
[Suites, orchestra, BWV 1067, B minor]
BOX-FOLDER 14/11 Suite in H moll: für Flöte, zwei Violinen, Viola, Violoncell und Contrabass. Leipzig: F.E.C. Leuckart, [n.d.]
25 p.
Ausgeführtem Accompagnement versehen seinem Freunde Julius Schäffer zugeeignet von Robert Franz.
BOX-FOLDER 15/1 Toccata, (C-dur). I. Präludium. II. Adagio. III. Fuga. Wien: Universal-Edition A.G., 1930
64 p.
Baron, Maurice
[Ode to democracy. Vocal score. English]
BOX-FOLDER 15/2 Ode to democracy: a musical setting of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address. New York: M. Baron Co., 1947
[26] p.
Bartók, Béla
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