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Photographs, Negatives, and Iconography, circa 1865-1990 (bulk 1930-1960) (continued)
Individuals and Subjects, circa 1865-1990 (bulk 1930-1960) (continued)
Lachmund, Charley, 1929 (continued)
Note: Autographed
BOX-FOLDER 65/48 Lajtha, László, before 1963
BOX-FOLDER 65/49 Lemos, Milton, undated
BOX-FOLDER 65/50 Lima, João de Souza, before 1963, 1963
Note: One photograph inscribed to Luiz Heitor and Violeta Corrêa de Azevedo
BOX-FOLDER 65/51 Lutoslawski, Witold, circa 1965
Includes: Azevedo
BOX-FOLDER 65/52 Malcher, José Cândido Gamma, before 1921
BOX-FOLDER 65/53 Malipiero, Gian Francesco, before 1973
Note: Autographed
BOX-FOLDER 65/54 Martinů, Bohuslav, before 1959
BOX-FOLDER 65/55 Medaglia Filho, Júlio, after 1938
Note: Autographed
BOX-FOLDER 65/56 Mignone, Francisco, 1948, 1972, and undated
Note: 1948 photograph inscribed to Azevedo
BOX-FOLDER 65/57 Nascimento, Frederico, before 1924
BOX-FOLDER 65/58 Nepomuceno, Alberto, 1899, 1915, and undated
Twentieth-century reprints of photographs and iconography from the 1890s
Includes: 1989 correspondence to Azevedo family on verso of one item
BOX-FOLDER 65/59 Nirenberg, Henrique, before 1990
BOX-FOLDER 65/60 Novaes, Guiomar, 1927
Note: Autographed
BOX-FOLDER 65/61 Octaviano, J., undated
Note: Autographed
BOX-FOLDER 65/62 Orquestra Sinfônica Brasileira, 1940-1970
Includes: Eleazar de Carvalho in 1955 photograph
BOX-FOLDER 65/63 Oswald, Henrique, before 1931, before 1976, before 1979
Includes: Eurico Nogueira França; Haydée Lazaro; Juscileno Kubitschek; Guiomar Novaes; Irmão Alfredo Oswald
BOX-FOLDER 65/64 Panufnik, Andrzej, 1949
Note: Inscribed
BOX-FOLDER 65/65 Pereira, Arthur, 1944
Note: Inscribed to Azevedo
BOX-FOLDER 65/66 Prates, Carlos Eduardo, before 1990
BOX-FOLDER 65/67 Queiroz, Jeronymo, before 1936
BOX-FOLDER 65/68 Schmitt, Florent, before 1958
BOX-FOLDER 65/69 Serebrier, José, circa 1960
BOX-FOLDER 65/70 Silva, Francisco Manuel da, and family, before 1865 and undated
Includes: Photographic print of lithograph
BOX-FOLDER 65/71 Tagliaferro, Magdalena, before 1986
BOX-FOLDER 65/72 Tausman, Alexandre, before 1986
BOX-FOLDER 65/73 Tinetti, Gilberto, after 1932
Note: Inscribed to Luiz Heitor, Violeta, and Maria Cecilia Corrêa de Azevedo
BOX-FOLDER 65/74 Villa-Lobos, Heitor, 1940-1964
Includes: Azevedo; Oscar Borgerth; Eleazar de Carvalho; Walter Burle Marx; Leopold Stokowski; Villa-Lobos funeral; Exposição Villa-Lobos, London, 1964
Note: 1948 photograph autographed
BOX-FOLDER 67/1 Villa-Lobos, Heitor, 1956-1959 and undated
BOX-FOLDER 65/75 Weingartner, Felix, before 1942
Note: Inscribed to Azevedo
BOX-FOLDER 65/76 Unidentified musicians, 1930-1935 and undated
Includes: Autographs and inscriptions to Luiz Heitor and Violeta Corrêa de Azevedo
Illustrations, 1934-1982
Luiz Heitor Corrêa de Azevedo originally described these materials in Portuguese as "Ilustrações." This series contains ethnographic photographs, copy prints of iconography, and negatives likely used in scholarly publications, research, and teaching.
Arranged alphabetically by subject.
BOX-FOLDER 67/2 Conferência Lang, Rio de Janeiro, 1934
BOX-FOLDER 67/3 Conferências Ouro Preto, undated
BOX-FOLDER 67/4 Conferência St. Gall, undated
BOX-FOLDER 66/1 Diapositivas [slides]: F. C. Lange-Minas Gerais, folklore diversas, Rio Antigo, undated
Photographic prints
BOX-FOLDER 66/2 Fotografias Larrousse [folk musicians in Venezuela], undated
Photographic prints
BOX-FOLDER 66/3 Fotografias para ilustra livre, undated
Photography by Manuel Riberia and Francisco Curt Lange
Photographic prints
BOX-FOLDER 66/4 Ilha do Bananal, 1982
Photography by Mari Baiocchi
Photographic prints
BOX-FOLDER 66/5 Musica rómantica brasileira, undated
Photographic prints
BOX-FOLDER 67/5 La musique brasileira, 1978
BOX-FOLDER 66/6 Miscellaneous, undated
Photographic prints of folklife and folk art in Latin America
BOX-FOLDER 67/6 Teatro S. João, Rio de Janeiro, undated
Miscellaneous Artwork, 1948-1979
This series contains three items: a color print, a commemorative portrait of Frédéric Chopin from the Fryderyk Chopin Institute, and a pencil drawing inscribed to Luiz Heitor and Violeta Corrêa de Azevedo.
Arranged alphabetically.
BOX-FOLDER 83/12 Chopin, Frédéric, Fryderyk Chopin Institute, Warsaw, 1949
Commemorative portrait
BOX-FOLDER 83/13 Primeira missa, 1948
By Cândido Portinari
Color print
BOX-FOLDER 83/14 Unidentified, undated
Pencil drawing on paper
Note: Signed by artist and inscribed to Luiz Heitor and Violeta Corrêa de Azevedo, 1979 October 22
BOX 69-82 Music, 1897-1983
This series contains original compositions and arrangements by Luiz Heitor Corrêa de Azevedo, as well as a substantial amount of printed scores by other composers.
Organized as two subseries.
Music by Luiz Heitor Corrêa de Azevedo, 1922-1937
Azevedo composed the majority of the works in this series as an undergraduate student. All music is in his hand in pencil or ink, including corrections and additions. A few ensemble parts contain performance markings likely by others. Some compositions include dedicatees, illustrations on covers by Azevedo and others, and titles decorated with colored pencil or ink designs. Many pieces contain an original composition date on the cover or first page with a later date at the final double barline. Azevedo’s own list of his compositions to 1931 lists such works by the earlier date.
Azevedo originally organized his compositions into six categories: "Canto," secular music for voice with piano or instrumental chamber ensemble accompaniments with words by Brazilian poets; "Música sacra," sacred music for various combinations including solo harmonium, solo voice, multiple voices, and mixed instrumental chamber ensembles; "Piano," works for solo piano and piano four hands; "Violino, outros instrumentos, conjuntos," sacred and secular chamber and orchestral works featuring strings with wind or keyboard instruments; and "Composição esboços, peças abandonadas," musical sketches for completed compositions, incomplete or abandoned compositions, and miscellaneous fragments. Some of the chamber and orchestral works are orchestrated versions of Azevedo’s piano or sacred vocal compositions with the original voice part included. Sketches he originally conceived to be movements of larger works contain marginalia with additional titles in the desired order. This subseries is arranged alphabetically by title. Sketch pages with multiple works are arranged by the first title to appear.
Arranged alphabetically by title.
BOX-FOLDER 70/25 2 poesies de Luiz Guimarães Filho, 1925-1930
Text by Luiz Guimarães Filho
Holograph score for voice and piano; piano part
BOX-FOLDER 70/26 2 poesias romantica brasileiras, 1928-1929
Text by Gonçalves Dias and Casimiro de Abreu
Holograph score for voice and piano; piano part
Note: Dedicated "Para Annie"
BOX-FOLDER 70/24 5 peças muito faceis para piano, 1925-1928
Holograph sketches for piano
Includes: Sketches for "Ajoelhada," for voice and piano
BOX-FOLDER 69/1 Allegro à brasileira, 1926
Holograph score for voice and keyboard
BOX-FOLDER 69/2 Ave Maria, 1928
Holograph score for voice and keyboard
BOX-FOLDER 69/3 Ave Maria, 1928
Holograph score for voice, strings, and harmonium; parts
BOX-FOLDER 69/4 Ave Maria, 1931
Holograph score for violin, cello, and harmonium
Note: Possibly arrangement or copy of Ave Maria, op. 6 by Luciano Gallet, 1918
BOX-FOLDER 69/5 Balada, 1923
Holograph score for piano
BOX-FOLDER 69/6 Balada suave, 1926-1932
Original title: Balção florido
Holograph score for piano
BOX-FOLDER 69/7 Balladilha: Um conto de Coelho Netto, 1925
Holograph score for piano; typescript notes
Note: Dedicated "A Augusto Monteiro de Sousa"
BOX-FOLDER 69/8 Berceuse, 1925
Holograph score for piano
BOX-FOLDER 69/9 Canções de roda, undated
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