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Music, 1931-2000 (continued)
Original Compositions, 1931-2000 (continued)
BOX-FOLDER 171/1-3, 229/2-3, 260/3-261/1, 271 Concerto for four stringed instruments (1936, 1961)
Scores and parts
Dedication: Albert Roussel
Note: Submitted for the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Award, 1937; revised and published as Concerto for string quartet
BOX-FOLDER 171/4-6, 228/5-229/1 Concerto for piano and orchestra (1949-1950)
Draft and scores
Dedication: Hortense Monath
BOX-FOLDER 161/7 Concerto for small orchestra (1939)
Concerto for string quartet and orchestra (1936, 1961)
see Concerto for four stringed instruments
BOX-FOLDER 171/8-9 Concerto for two solo pianos (1942)
Draft and score
Dedication: Livingston Gearhart and Virginia Morley
Concerto for violin and orchestra no. 1 (1936)
see Violin concerto no. 1
BOX-FOLDER 172/8-9 Cradle song: for four-part men's chorus (1991)
BOX-FOLDER 172/10 A cycle of songs: for voice and piano (1959-1960)
Text: E. E. Cummings
BOX-FOLDER 172/11 Dance for bassoon and piano (undated)
BOX-FOLDER 172/12-13 Dance of liberation: stage music (1936)
BOX-FOLDER 172/14 David: an opera (1935)
Text: D. H. Lawrence
BOX-FOLDER 172/15-16 David weeps for Absalom: for voice and piano (1946)
Text: Samuel 19:1
BOX-FOLDER 172/17 David's syninx: for single treble instrument (1991)
Dedication: Jody
Dawn the Perspective: for voice and piano (undated)
see Be music, night
BOX-FOLDER 172/18 Death: for voice and chamber orchestra, op. 42 (1933)
Text: Maxwell Bodenheim
Dedication: Lazare Saminsky
BOX-FOLDER 173/1-4, 230/4-5 The death of Peter Whiffle: for baritone and small orchestra (1993)
Sketches and scores
Commission: Irene Diamond Foundation for Gerard Schwarz and the New York Chamber Symphony
Text: Carl Van Vechten
Dedication: Martin Bruns
BOX-FOLDER 173/5-175/4, 231/1 Diaphony: in two parts for two pianos, organ, timpani, and brass (1954-1955)
Sketches, scores, and parts
Dedication: Juilliard Foundation
BOX-FOLDER 175/5-6 Dirge: a choreographic poem for large orchestra (1935)
Sketch and score
Dedication: David Hochstein
BOX-FOLDER 175/7-176/3, 231/2-3 Divertimento for a precocious child pianist: for piano and small orchestra (1935)
Score and parts
Dedication: Henry Schubert and Winifred Lansing
BOX-FOLDER 176/4-5 Do I love you?: theme and variations for voice and piano (1968)
Text: Jack Larson
Dedication: Ned Rorem
BOX-FOLDER 176/6 A domestic cat: for voice and piano (1987)
Text: Edwin Denby
BOX-FOLDER 176/7-8 Don't cry: for voice and piano (1981)
Text: Marilyn Monroe
Dedication: Elisabeth Braden
BOX-FOLDER 176/9-13, 231/4-232/3 The dream of Audubon: ballet in three parts (1941)
Sketch, draft, and scores
Scenario: Glenway Wescott
BOX-FOLDER 176/14 Duet for two oboes (1986)
Dedication: Jane
BOX-FOLDER 176/15 Duo for flute and viola (1996)
Dedication: Jody Schwarz and Susan Gulkis
BOX-FOLDER 176/16 Duo for flute and violin (1959)
BOX-FOLDER 177/1 Duo for two violins (undated)
Dedication: Margie and Ilkha?
BOX-FOLDER 177/2-3 Duo for violin and clarinet (1999)
Sketch and score
Dedication: Elsa Ludewig-Verdehr and Walter Verdehr
BOX-FOLDER 177/4-5 Duos for violin and viola (1970)
Sketch and score
Dedication: Wendy and Bill
BOX-FOLDER 177/6-7 Eight original Jewish melodies (1932, 1934)
Dedication: Mother
Note: Original piano version op. 56a; orchestral version op. 56b
BOX-FOLDER 177/8 Eight piano pieces for children (1935)
Dedication: Noal
Contents: Pease-pooridge hot; Jumping Jacks; The old Mr. Turtle; Handy-Spandy, Jack-a-Dandy; Jack and Jill; Rock-a-bye; Little jumping Joan; Lullaby
BOX-FOLDER 177/9-10 Eight short pieces for piano (1935)
BOX-FOLDER 232/4-5 Elegies for flute, English horn, and string orchestra (1962-1963)
Sketch and scores
Dedication: William Faulkner and E. E. Cummings
BOX-FOLDER 177/11-12 Elegy in memory of Maurice Ravel: for brass, harps, and percussion (1938)
Sketch and score
BOX-FOLDER 177/13, 232/6-7 The enormous room: for orchestra (1948)
Dedication: Goddard Lieberson
BOX-FOLDER 177/14-16 The epitaph: for voice and piano (1945)
Text: Logan Pearsall Smith
Note: "Somewhere" on verso
BOX-FOLDER 177/17-18 Epitaph on the death of a young cavalry officer killed in the valley of Virginia: for voice and piano (1946)
Text: Herman Melville
Even though the world keeps changing: for voice and piano (1946)
see Sonnets to Orpheus
BOX-FOLDER 177/19-22, 232/8 The fall: a cycle of nine songs for voice and piano (1970)
Sketches and scores
Text: James Agee
Contents: So it begins; Our doom is our being; I have been fashioned; What curious this is love; Wring me no more; Why am I here; Now stands our love; I nothing saw in you; This little time
BOX-FOLDER 177/23 The falling star: for high soprano and flute (undated)
Text: Eugene Walter
BOX-FOLDER 177/24 Fanfare for Aaron Copland's 100th anniversary: for two trumpets, two horns, one trombone (2000)
Commission: Library of Congress
BOX-FOLDER 177/25 Fantasy for piano four-hands (undated)
BOX-FOLDER 177/26, 262/2 Fantasy on old hundredth psalm tune: for brass quintet and organ (1995)
Sketches and score
BOX-FOLDER 178/1, 191/4 Fifty-two preludes and fugues for piano (1939)
BOX-FOLDER 207/9, 233/1-4, 256/5 First orchestral suite from the ballet Tom (1936)
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