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Annotated Music, circa 1868-1956, bulk 1932-1947 (continued)
BOX-FOLDER 56/5 Symphonic fragment: “Die Frau ohne schatten.” New York: Boosey & Hawkes Inc., 1945
Photocopy; 33 p.
Op. 65.
Stravinsky, Igor
[Circus polka; arr.]
BOX-FOLDER 40/4 Circus polka. New York: Associated Music Publishers, 1944
32 p.
BOX-FOLDER 40/5 Œdipus rex: opéra oratorio. Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique, 1927
189 p.
BOX-FOLDER 57/1 Symphony in three movements. New York: Associated Music Publishers, 1946
120 p.
[Zhar-ptitsa. Suite]
BOX-FOLDER 40/6 Firebird suite. New York: Boosey & Hawkes Inc., [n.d.]
78 p.
Re-orchestrated by the composer in 1919.
Suppé, Franz, von
[Banditenstreiche. Ouvertüre]
BOX-FOLDER 41/1 Ouverture zur komischen Operette Banditenstreiche für grosses Orchester. Leipzig: C.F.W. Siegel, [1868]
55 p.
Missing front cover.
Szymanowski, Karol
BOX-FOLDER 41/2 Symphonie concertante pour piano et orchestre. Partition d’orchestre. Paris: Editions Max Eschig, 1933
112 p.
Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich
[Trios, piano, strings, op. 50, A minor; arr.]
BOX-FOLDER 57/2 Symphonie èlègiaque: in three movements (trio, op. 50) New York: Carl Fisher, Inc., 1937
3 v. 73 p., 70 p., 31 p.
v. 1 First movement: “Pezzo Elegiaco.” v. 2 Second movement: “Tema con Variazioni.” v. 3 Third movement: “Variazione Finale e Coda.”
Two copies of v. 1-2.
Thomson, Virgil
BOX-FOLDER 57/3 Trois portraits Parisiens = Three Parisian portraits. [S.l.: s.n.], 1944
Photocopy; 4 p., 4 p., 21 p.
Cantabile for strings (portrait of Nicolas de Chatelain).
Barcarolle for wood winds (portrait of Georges Hugnet).
Picasso [annotated Bugles and Birds (Picasso)].
On folder: 222 W. 23 NYC, Virgil Thomson. Trois portraits Parisiens (Three Parisian portraits). Cantabile pour Cordes (Nicolas de Chatelain). Barcarolle pur Bois (Georges Hugnet). Bugles et Oiseaux (Pablo Picasso).
Turnia, Joaquín
BOX-FOLDER 41/3 La procession du rocio. Paris: Rouart, Lerolle & Cie., 1913
41 p.
[Unidentified]
Skočná
BOX-FOLDER 41/4 Der Nationaltanz “Skočná.” [S.l.: s.n., n.d.]
Photocopy; p. 13-47
BOX-FOLDER 41/5 [Unidentified] [S.l.]: Universal-Edition
Manuscript; p. 21-44
Van Vactor, David
[Concertos, viola, orchestra]
BOX-FOLDER 57/4 Concerto for viola. [S.l.: s.n.], 1940
Photocopy; 57 p.
BOX-FOLDER 41/6 Overture to a comedy no. 2. New York: American Music Center, Inc., 1942
69 p.
Juilliard edition.
BOX-FOLDER 57/5 Variazioni solenne. New York: [s.n.], 1941
Photocopy; 60 p.
“DeVine - Chicago” [page 60].
Dedicated to Dr. Artur Rodzinski and written for the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Philharmonic Symphony Society of New York.
Vardell, Charles Gildersleeve
[Joe Clark steps out]
BOX-FOLDER 41/7 Joe Clark steps out: for orchestra. Rochester, N.Y.: Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester, 1937
24 p.
Vaughan Williams, Ralph
[Symphony, no. 6, E minor]
BOX-FOLDER 58/1 Symphony in E minor. Full score. London: Oxford University Press, 1948
178 p.
Veretti, Antonio
BOX-FOLDER 41/8 Ouverture della campana: per orchestra. Milano: Edizioni Suvini Zerboni, 1952
60 p.
BOX-FOLDER 41/9 Sinfonia sacra: per voci maschili e orchestra. Milano: Edizioni Suvini Zerboni, 1948
63 p.
Vogel, Wladimir
BOX-FOLDER 42/1 Ritmica ostinata: für grosses Orchester partitur. Wien: Universal-Edition A.G., 1932
43 p.
Wagner, Joseph Frederick
[Moments musical]
BOX-FOLDER 42/2 Two moments musical: for string quartet or string orchestra = Deux moments musicaux für Streichquartett order Streichorchester = Deux moments musicaux pour quatuor à cordes ou orchestre à cordes. Leipzig: Aug. Cranz G.M.B.H., 1938
16p.
Two copies.
BOX-FOLDER 42/3 Symphony number one. New York: Affiliated Music Corporation, 1939
84 p.
Wagner, Richard
BOX-FOLDER 42/4 Götterdämmerung [p. 615] Mainz: B. Schott’s Söhne, [n.d.]
Photocopy; p. 545-615
[Ring des Nibelung. Götterdämmerung. 3. Aufzug. Selections; arr.]
BOX-FOLDER 42/5 Gesang der Rheintöchter aus dem Musik-Drama Götterdämmerung. Mainz: Schoot’s Söhne, 1874
Photocopy; 53 p.
Arranged by Herman Zumpe.
[Tannhüser]
BOX-FOLDER 42/6 Tannhüser und der Sängerkrieg auf Wartburg. Leipzig: C.F. Peters, [n.d.]
419 p.
Walton, William
[Concerto, violin, B minor]
BOX-FOLDER 43/1 Concerto for violin and orchestra. London: Oxford University Press, 1945
172 p.
Authoritative version.
Ward, Robert
[Symphony, no. 1]
BOX-FOLDER 43/2 First symphony. New York: American Music Center Inc., 1942
72 p.
Juilliard Edition.
Weinberg, Jacob
BOX-FOLDER 58/2 The Gettysburg address: a symphonic ode for baritone solo, chorus and orchestra: op. 36. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1936
32 p.
Weinberger, Jaromír
[Svanda dudák. polka]
BOX-FOLDER 43/3 Polka and fugue from the opera “Shvanda.” New York: Associated Music Publishers, 1942
62 p.
Transposed edition by the composer.
BOX-FOLDER 43/4 Under the spreading chestnut tree: variations and fugue on an old English tune for full orchestra. New York: Boosey & Hawkes Inc., 1939
56 p.
Wilder, Alec
BOX-FOLDER 58/3 Piece for orchestra (in three movements) [S.l.: s.n., n.d.]
60 p.
Zádor, Eugene
[Rondo, orchestra]
BOX-FOLDER 43/5 Rondo für Orchester. Wien: Universal-Edition A.G., 1934
54 p.
BOX-FOLDER 43/6 Sinfonia technica: partitura. Wien: Universal-Edition A.G., 1932
114 p.
BOX 48-51 Scrapbooks, 1919-1944, bulk 1919-1933, 1944
The four scrapbooks include newspaper clippings, magazine articles and programs. The majority of the information concerns performance announcements, performance reviews, interviews and biographical information. Scrapbook 1 (1919-25) is comprised of articles in Polish with the majority relating to performances at the Teatr Wielki w Warszawie [Warsaw Opera] and the Lwów Opera. Scrapbook 2 (1925-30) consists of documents in English, German, and Italian that record Rodzinski’s time with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Curtis Institute of Music, the Pennsylvania Grand Opera Company, the Stanley Music Club, the Rochester Philharmonic, and guest appearances in New York, Detroit, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Santa Monica County, California. Scrapbook 3 (1930-33) contains materials in English and an item in Hebrew that document the Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra, the Hollywood Bowl, the Young People’s Concert Series, the Cleveland Orchestra, the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, and the Philadelphia Orchestra. Scrapbook 4 (1944) covers Rodzinski’s visit to the United States Rubber Plant in Woonsocket, Rhode Island, with the newspaper clippings in English.
The series is arranged in chronological order.
BOX 48 Scrapbook 1, 1919-1925
BOX 49 Scrapbook 2, 1925-1930
BOX 50 Scrapbook 3, 1930-1933
BOX 51 Scrapbook 4, 1944
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