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Awards, Honors and Tributes, 1920-1974 (continued)
BOX 53, 59, 61 Presentation Volumes
BOX-FOLDER 61/2 "Kolokola / Rakhmaninova" (=The Bells/ by SR), 1922
Presentation volume commemorating the American première performance of SR's The Bells, on 6 February 1920; performed by soloists Florence Hinkle (soprano), Arthur Hackett (tenor), Frederick Patton (bass), with the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Philadelphia Orchestra Chorus, Leopold Stokowski, conductor.
Includes the name of this volume's creator, James H. W. Althouse, dated Philadelphia, 1922.
BOX-FOLDER 59/1 "Sergieiu Vasil'evichu Rakhmaninovu..." (=To SR...), 1926
Presentation document signed by its artist, Alekseĭ Remizov, Paris.
BOX-FOLDER 61/3 "Sergieiu Vasil'evichu / Rakhmaninovu / Russkie Invalidy" (=To SR, [from] Russian Invalids), 1928
Presentation document with signatures of three officials.
BOX-FOLDER 59/2 "Sergieiu Vasil'evichu Rakhmaninovu / Blagodarnaia Russkaia / Koloniia v Parizhe" (=To SR, in gratitude [from] the Russian community of Paris), 16 March 1932
BOX-FOLDER 59/3 1892-1932 / Sergieiu Vasil'evichu / Rakhmaninovu / ot pochitateleĭ ego / talanta (=To SR from the admirers of his talent)
Presentation volume bears signatures of 75 individuals affiliated with the Russian Academic Union in North America.
BOX-FOLDER 61/4 Briusel' / 3 Maia 1933 (=Brussels [Belgium], 3 May 1933
Presentation document contains a handwritten message, in Russian, addressed to "the esteemed and dear Sergei Vasil'evich [Rachmaninoff]" on the occasion of both his sixtieth birthday and fortieth anniversary of his artistic career.
BOX-FOLDER 59/4 Sergieiu Vasil'evichu Rakhmaninovu... (=To SR...), 5 May 1933
Presentation volume, its first recto page bears the signature of the artist, Alekseĭ Remizov (in both Cyrillic and Roman characters).
BOX-FOLDER 61/5 Sergieiu Vasil'evichu Rakhmaninovu... (=To SR...), 5 May 1933
Presentation document calligraphed in Cyrillic script.
BOX-FOLDER 59/5 Son Tat'iany (=Tatiana's Dream), 8 September 1933
Presentation volume, created by SR's granddaughter Sophie Wolkonsky, consisting of a handwritten Russian text apparently inspired by an episode in Pushkin's poem Evgeniĭ Onegin. The cover bears its handwritten title and date, as well as a watercolor illustration of a bear. The volume's first recto page bears an inscription in Russian reading "to my grandmother."
BOX-FOLDER 59/6 Sergieiu Vasil'evichu Rakhmaninovu... (=To SR...), undated
Presentation document calligraphed in Cyrillic script and signed by fourteen individuals. This single-folio document exhibits watercolor illustrations (of traditional Russian Easter foods) and decorative graphics.
BOX-FOLDER 53/2 Rachmaninoff, by Howard Taubman, undated
Presentation volume.
BOX-FOLDER 59/7 In Memoriam / Sergei Vassilievich Rachmaninoff, circa 1943
Memorial presentation volume from the Board of Directors of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) presented on the occasion of SR's death.
BOX-FOLDER 61/6 Presentation volume consisting of 10 blank pages; its cover bears the Cyrillic initials "C.P." (=SR) in gold tooling
BOX 53 Tributes to SR
BOX-FOLDER 53/3 Poems in tribute to SR
(8 items)
Additional poems dedicated to SR are attached to correspondence housed in the Correspondence to SR subseries.
BOX-FOLDER 53/4 Tributes for SR's 60th birthday: United States and France
(14 items)
BOX-FOLDER 53/5 Tributes for SR's 60th birthday: Soviet Union
(16 items)
BOX 53 Memorial Concerts
BOX-FOLDER 53/6 Memorial concerts: North America
(40 items)
BOX-FOLDER 53/7 Memorial concerts: Europe: France
(1 item)
BOX-FOLDER 53/8 Memorial concerts: Europe: Switzerland
(18 items)
BOX-FOLDER 53/9 Memorial concerts: Europe: United Kingdom
(5 items)
BOX-FOLDER 53/10 Memorial concerts: Soviet Union/Russian language material
(3 items)
BOX-FOLDER 53/11 Material relating to the Rachmaninoff Memorial Fund, Inc.
(32 items)
BOX 53-55 Programs of SR's Performances and Related Correspondence, 1919-1966
Includes documentation, such as lists prepared by Sophie Satin and others, relating to individual concerts performed by SR; correspondence related to the collection of this data; printed concert programs for performances both by SR and of his works; memorial events and exhibitions presented after his death; and related publicity material.
Arranged by country and chronologically therein.
BOX 53-55 United States
BOX-FOLDER 53/12 Alabama
(9 items)
BOX-FOLDER 53/14 Arizona
(1 item)
BOX-FOLDER 53/13 Arkansas
(1 item)
BOX-FOLDER 53/15 California
(37 items)
BOX-FOLDER 53/16 California: Los Angeles
(23 items)
BOX-FOLDER 53/17 California: San Francisco
(10 items)
BOX-FOLDER 53/18 Colorado
(3 items)
BOX-FOLDER 53/19 Connecticut
(32 items)
BOX-FOLDER 53/20 District of Columbia
(34 items)
Includes printed concert program of 2 November 1937, autographed on cover by SR.
BOX-FOLDER 53/21 Florida
(12 items)
BOX-FOLDER 53/22 Georgia
(8 items)
BOX-FOLDER 54/1 Illinois
(7 items)
BOX-FOLDER 54/2 Illinois: Chicago
(23 items)
BOX-FOLDER 54/3 Indiana
(10 items)
BOX-FOLDER 54/4 Iowa
(8 items)
BOX-FOLDER 54/5 Kansas
(8 items)
BOX-FOLDER 54/6 Kentucky
(4 items)
BOX-FOLDER 54/7 Louisiana
(7 items)
BOX-FOLDER 54/8 Maine
(2 items)
BOX-FOLDER 54/9 Maryland
(8 items)
Includes two copies of printed concert program of 7 November 1934, the occasion of the first performance of SR's Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, op. 43, in Baltimore.
BOX-FOLDER 54/10 Massachusetts
(23 items)
BOX-FOLDER 54/11 Massachusetts: Boston
(10 items)
BOX-FOLDER 54/12 Massachusetts: Northampton
(5 items)
BOX-FOLDER 54/13 Michigan
(12 items)
BOX-FOLDER 54/14 Michigan: Detroit
(18 items)
BOX-FOLDER 54/15 Minnesota
(3 items)
BOX-FOLDER 54/16 Missouri
(3 items)
BOX-FOLDER 54/17 Nebraska
(5 items)
BOX-FOLDER 54/18 New Hampshire
(4 items)
BOX-FOLDER 54/19 New Jersey
(19 items)
BOX-FOLDER 54/20 New York
(35 items)
Includes printed program for the dedication concert of the Rachmaninoff Memorial Hall, Oakdale, N.Y., 25 June 1950.
BOX-FOLDER 54/21 New York: New York, 1919-1942
(30 items)
Includes printed concert programs for two events in which SR performed, both dated 1919; as well as a printed roster of members of the Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York, after the concert performance of 10 January 1940.
BOX-FOLDER 54/22 New York: New York, 1944-1965
(23 items)
Includes printed concert program for a performance, dated 9 May 1965, by Vladimir Horowitz at Carnegie Hall; program bears an inscription by Horowitz "To Irene Wolkonsky."
BOX-FOLDER 54/23 New York: New York, 1966-
(18 items)
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