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Music, 1879-1961 (continued)
Liszt, Franz.
Liebestraum = Dream of love; song for voice and piano. Chicago: Forster Music Publisher, Inc., 1925. (continued)
Edited by Maurice Rosenfeld.
English version by Lawrence Lipton.
BOX-FOLDER 42/2 Manney, Charles Fonteyn.
Jeunesse, valse de ballet; for piano. Boston: Oliver Ditson Company, 1927.
Printed score; 5 p.
BOX-FOLDER 42/2 McClennan, Walter N.
Love me and I'll be satisfied; song for voice and piano. Washington, D.C.: Walter N. McClennan, 1938.
Printed score; 4 p.
Words and music by Walter N. McClennan.
Autographed by the composer.
BOX-FOLDER 42/2 Offenbach, Jacques.
Les Contes d'Hoffman. O Lovely night barcarolle; for four-part chorus (mixed voices) and piano. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., 1910.
Printed score; 7 p.
Music by Jacques Offenbach; English version by Louise Baum.
Arranged by Max Spicker.
BOX-FOLDER 42/3 Ponce, Manuel M.
Little star; song for voice (high) and piano. New York: G. Ricordi & Co., Inc., 1923.
Printed piano-vocal score and vocal part; 4 p.
Music by Manuel M. Ponce; arranged and translated by Frank La Forge.
BOX-FOLDER 42/3 Ponchielli, Amilcare.
La Gioconda. Cielo e mar = Lo! sky and sea; aria for voice (low) and piano. New York: Carl Fischer, Inc., 1927.
Printed piano-vocal score; 8 p.
Music by Amilcare Ponchielli; text by Tobia Gorrio, with English translation by Margaret Churchill.
Edited by N. Clifford Page.
BOX-FOLDER 42/3 Pritchett, Le Roy, and Jean Stor.
The Leader; song for voice and piano.
Manuscript piano-vocal score; 4 p.
Music and words by Le Roy Pritchett and Jean Stor.
"Dedicated to our President Franklin D. Roosevelt."
BOX-FOLDER 42/3 Puccini, Giacomo.
Tosca. Vissi d'arte, vissi d'amore = love and music, these have I lived for, Act II; aria for voice (high) and piano. New York: G. Ricordi & Co., 1909.
Printed piano-vocal score; 5 p.
Music by Giacomo Puccini; with English translation by W. Beatty-Kingston.
BOX-FOLDER 42/3 Ramos-Harris, Ethel.
There'll be a jubilee!; voice and piano. New Kensington, Pennsylvania: Ramos-Harris Music Publishing Co., 1953.
Printed piano-vocal score; 5 p.
Words and music by Ethel Ramos-Harris.
Dedicated to the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.
Adopted at the grand convention Delta Theta Sorority, Cleveland, Ohio, December 1952.
Inscribed to Mary Cardwell Dawson from the composer.
BOX-FOLDER 42/3 Salter, Mary Turner.
The City of Rachel; for voice and piano. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., 1905.
Printed piano-vocal score; 7 p.
Music by Mary Turner Salter; words by Lisette Woodworth Reese.
[Fragile].
Two copies.
BOX-FOLDER 42/3 Sanderson, Wilfrid.
Until; song for voice and piano. New York: Boosey & Hawkes, Inc., 1927.
Printed piano-vocal score; 5 p.
Music by Wilfrid Sanderson; words by Edward Teschemacher.
BOX-FOLDER 42/3 Schubert, Franz.
Ständchen = Serenade; duet for soprano and tenor (or alto) and piano. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., 1940.
Printed piano-vocal score; 7 p.
Music by Franz Schubert; text by H. F. L. Rellstab; English text revised by Willis Wager.
BOX-FOLDER 42/3 Scott, Cyril.
Two Pierrot pieces. No. 1. Lento; for piano. New York: Boosey & Hawkes, Inc., 1931.
Printed piano-vocal score; 5 p.
BOX-FOLDER 42/3 Speaks, Oley.
Morning = Le Jour; song for voice and piano. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., 1931.
Printed piano-vocal score; 5 p.
Music by Oley Speaks; words by Frank L. Stanton, french version by Suzanne d'Astoria Jackowska.
BOX-FOLDER 42/3 Stor, Jean.
Vision! opus 45; song for baritone, chorus (mixed voices) and piano. [S.l.] : Jean Stor], [194-]
Printed piano-vocal score; 16 p.
Music by Jean Stor; text from a poem by Robert G. Ingersoll.
Includes additional typed page containing the text.
Inscribed to Mary Cardwell Dawson by the composer, September 20, 1942.
BOX-FOLDER 42/3 Strauss, Johann.
Springtime; for four-part chorus (mixed voices) and piano. Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania: John Church Co., 1893.
Printed score; 12 p.
Music by Johann Strauss; words by "H. R. F".
Arranged by H. R. Palmer.
Two copies (one copy is missing pages 11-12).
BOX-FOLDER 42/4 Vanderpool, Frederick W.
Come, love me; song for voice and piano. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1921.
Printed piano-vocal score; 3 p.
Music by Frederick W. Vanderpool; lyric by Elsie Jean.
BOX-FOLDER 42/4 Verdi, Giuseppe.
Aïda. Fu la sorte dell' armi., scene and duet, Act II; duet for soprano and mezzo-soprano and piano. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., 1926.
Printed piano-vocal score; 19 p.
Music by Giuseppe Verdi; edited by Max Spicker.
Fragment only (pages 3-18 missing).
BOX-FOLDER 42/4 Verdi, Giuseppe.
Ave Maria; song for voice and piano. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., 1903.
Printed piano-vocal score; 19 p.
Music by Giuseppe Verdi; English version by Theodore Baker.
Fragment only.
BOX-FOLDER 42/4 Verdi, Giuseppe.
Don Carlo. O don fatale; tenor or soprano voice and piano. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., 1879.
Printed piano-vocal score; 9 p.
Music by Giuseppe Verdi; libretto by Joseph Méry and Camille du Locle.
Includes one full page of penciled notes.
BOX-FOLDER 42/4 Verdi, Giuseppe.
Rigoletto. Bella figlia dell' amore = Fairest daughter of the graces, Act III; quartet (mixed voices) and piano. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., 1940.
Printed piano-vocal score; 19 p.
Music by Giuseppe Verdi; libretto by Francesco Maria Piave.
BOX-FOLDER 42/4 Verdi, Giuseppe.
Trovatore. Love, fly on rosy pinions (Miserere), Act IV; duet for soprano and tenor, chorus of men's voices and piano. Philadelphia: Oliver Ditson Company, [n.d.]
Printed piano-vocal score; 15 p.
Music by Giuseppe Verdi; libretto by Salvatore Cammarano.
Two copies.
BOX-FOLDER 42/5 White, Clarence Cameron.
Five songs, opus 39; songs for voice and piano. New York: Sam Fox Publishing Company, 1949.
Printed score; 15 p.
Music by Clarence Cameron White; texts various authors.
Autographed by the composer.
BOX-FOLDER 42/5 White, Clarence Cameron.
Ouanga; a Haitian opera in three acts. New York: Sam Fox Publishing Company, 1939.
Printed piano-vocal score; 164 p.
Music by Clarence Cameron White; libretto by John Frederick Matheus.
The complete copy is autographed by the composer (title page).
Two copies (one copy fragmentary).
BOX-FOLDER 42/5 Wooler, Alfred.
Consider and hear me; sacred song for voice and piano. Philadelphia: Oliver Ditson Company, 1907.
Printed score; 7 p.
Music by Alfred Wooler; text taken from Psalm XIII.
BOX-FOLDER 42/6 [Unidentified compiler]
[Unidentifed collection of classical songs]; sacred and secular, for voice and piano. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., [194-]
Printed score; 198 p.
Fragmentary; title pages missing.
BOX-FOLDER 43/1 Dett, R. Nathaniel.
The Ordering of Moses; Biblical folk scene for soli, chorus and orchestra.
Manuscript scripts and synopses.
Text based on Scripture and folk lore, compiled and set to music by R. Nathaniel Nett.
Typed and handwritten pages
BOX-FOLDER 43/2 [Various].
Miscellaneous scripts, synopses, vocal texts and radio scripts.
Manuscript scripts and synopses.
Typed and handwritten pages.
BOX 43 Books, 1889-1955
(8 folders)
Includes books, a serial and a yearbook.
Arranged alphabetically by author.
BOX-FOLDER 43/3 Alabama State College. Department of Music. Tones and overtones, vol. 2, number 3, Spring 1955. Montgomery, Ala.: Alabama State College, 1955.
BOX-FOLDER 43/4 Bartholomew, E. F. Relation of Psychology to Music, second edition, revised. Rock Island, Ill.: New Era Publishing Company, 1902.
Inscribed by Mary L. Cardwell; annotated.
BOX-FOLDER 43/5 Cole, Samuel W. New England Conservatory Course in Sight-Singing (Solfeggio). Boston: New England Conservatory of Music, 1903.
Inscribed by Mary L. Cardwell; annotated.
BOX-FOLDER 43/6 Cutter, Benjamin. Exercises in Harmony. Boston: New England Conservatory of Music, 1899.
Inscribed by Mary Lucinda Cardwell.
BOX-FOLDER 43/7 Elson, Louis C. Students' Note-Book and Syllabus of the Annual Course of Lectures in Musical History, 14th edition. Boston: New England Conservatory of Music, 1896.
Inscribed by Mary L. Cardwell.
Includes 30 handwritten lectures written (by Mary L. Cardwell?) between 1919-1920.
BOX-FOLDER 43/8 Lenom, Clément. Thirty Lessons in Solfeggio. Boston: New England Conservatory of Music, 1925.
Annotated.
BOX-FOLDER 43/9 National Council of Negro Women. Women United - Souvenir Year Book. Washington, D.C.: National Council of Negro Women, 1951.
Inscriptions by Vivian Carter Mason and N. W. Maise.
Programs and announcements from the 19th annual convention (1954) laid in.
BOX-FOLDER 43/10 Wade, L. T. The Quincy Course of Study in Music. Boston: Silver, Burdett & Co., Publishers, 1889.
Business card pasted in: Compliments of L.T. Wade.
Inscribed by Flora M. Smith, Deposit, NY.
Several pages of notes and musical manuscripts laid in.
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