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Writings, Scholarly Presentations, and Teaching Material, 1924-1988 (continued)
Scholarly Presentations, 1924-1983
This subseries contains Luiz Heitor Corrêa de Azevedo’s drafts and final versions of speeches, lectures, and conference presentations. Documents are typed, handwritten, and annotated. Notable documents relate to his 1941 visit to the United States to address the American Musicological Society and New York State School Music Association.
Arranged chronologically.
BOX-FOLDER 22/1 1924 November, Juvenilia
BOX-FOLDER 22/2 1929 November 9, "Música brasileira de hoje"
BOX-FOLDER 22/3 1930 November 26, Radio Sociedade Mayrinck Veiga "Hora das grandes obras musicais"
BOX-FOLDER 22/4 1931-1935, Associação Brasileira de Música
BOX-FOLDER 22/5 1931-1940, Escola Nacional de Música (Instituto Nacional de Música), Rio de Janeiro
BOX-FOLDER 22/6 1934 October 8, Restaurante da "Pro Arte" Rio de Janeiro
BOX-FOLDER 22/7 circa 1924-1941, Francisco Manoel da Silva (Instituto Nacional de Música; Sociedade dos Admiradores de Francisco Manoel)
BOX-FOLDER 22/8 1937-1939, Miscellaneous speeches
BOX-FOLDER 22/9 1937-1942, Conservatório Brasileiro de Música
BOX-FOLDER 22/10 1930s, Ministro da Eduçacão e Saúde
BOX-FOLDER 22/11 circa 1933-1941, Curitiba
BOX-FOLDER 22/12 1941 October 25, American Musicological Society, Washington Chapter
BOX-FOLDER 22/13 1941 November, New York State School of Music Association, Syracuse, New York
BOX-FOLDER 22/14 1941 December, American Musicological Society, New York
BOX-FOLDER 22/15 1941, "O folclore no curriculo de estudos musicais, no Brasil"
Includes: Invitation list for Pan-American Union luncheon dated 1941 November 22 and notes with contact information for Alan Lomax
BOX-FOLDER 22/16 1941, Miscellaneous speeches and conference presentations
BOX-FOLDER 22/17 1942 December 9, Sociedade de Antropologia e Etnografia
BOX-FOLDER 22/18 1942, Miscellaneous
BOX-FOLDER 22/19 1943, Miscellaneous
BOX-FOLDER 22/20 circa 1930s-1940s, Sociedade Lírica Brasileira
BOX-FOLDER 22/21 circa 1930s-1940s, Miscellaneous
BOX-FOLDER 22/22 1957, Colóquio Luso-Brasileiro, Lisboa
BOX-FOLDER 22/23 1958-1960, Musique populaire en l'Amérique latine
BOX-FOLDER 22/24 1960 January-August, "Folklore musical"
BOX-FOLDER 22/25 1961 February-March, "Musique légère et musique á danser en Amerique Latine au XIXème siècle"
BOX-FOLDER 22/26 1982 November-1983 March, Cycle de Conferences sur la Musique Latino-Americaine
Photocopy of conference program with enclosed postcard
Teaching Materials, circa 1937-1985
This subseries contains drafts and final copies of lecture notes, course syllabi, degree program requirements, and personnel files from Azevedo’s faculty positions, including Escola Nacional de Música da Universidade do Brasil and Institute des Hautes Études de l’Amérique latine de l’Université de Paris (IHEAL). Of note are personnel files from his application to teach folklore courses at Escola Nacional de Música, which include professional recommendations and references, proof of prior employment, correspondence of congratulations, and additional professional documentation. Related materials may be found in the Research and Subject Files series (Miscellaneous Subjects, "Brasil: Escola Nacional de Música" and "Folclore") and Notebooks and Diaries series. Dates on original enclosures indicate that materials were organized by Luiz Heitor and/or Violeta about 1982 November 25.
Arranged chronologically.
BOX-FOLDER 23/1 1938, Conservatório Brasileira de Música
BOX 23 1938, Conservatório Brasileira de Música
Bound course brochure
BOX-FOLDER 23/2 circa 1937-1938, Conservatório Brasileira de Música, "Pontos de história da música"
BOX 23 circa 1937-1938, Conservatório Brasileira de Música, "Curso de história da música"
Bound syllabus and handouts
BOX 23 1938 May-1939 February, Conservatório Brasileira de Música, "Pontos de história da música," pontos I-VII
Three spiral binders of annotated typescript and manuscript notes
BOX-FOLDER 24/1-5 1954 December 18-1959 April 28, Institute des hautes études de l'Amérique latine de l'Université de Paris IHEAL): "Musique en Amérique Latine"
BOX-FOLDER 24/6 before 1960, "La musique en Amérique Latine"
BOX-FOLDER 24/7 1977, Music degree curricula
BOX-FOLDER 24/8 1978 April, Embassy of Brazil: "L'évolution de la musique brésilienne"
BOX-FOLDER 24/9 1984-1985 and undated, Brazil ("Brasil supplementos")
BOX 25-34 Notebooks and Diaries, circa 1920s-1988
This series contains 135 volumes of notebooks and diaries used for research, lectures, lesson planning, and chronicling of daily activities.
Organized as two subseries.
Notebooks, circa 1920s-1986
This subseries contains notebooks used by Azevedo for research, lectures, and lesson plans. Many of the notebooks include subjects or titles in Portuguese or French with dated entries, musical incipits, research locations, citations, and material used in his scholarly output. Most notebooks of lecture notes indicate the lecture title, course, and institution or conference.
Arranged chronologically.
BOX 25 circa 1920s-1946
12 items
Contents include: Carlos Gomes; Ópera Nacional; Jean de Lery; Bibliografia Musical Brasileira; 150 Anos de Música no Brasil; Rio Grande do Sul
Note: Jean de Lery notebook (circa 1941) contains miscellaneous enclosures, including a Pan American Union greeting card; letter to Carleton Sprague Smith from the John Carter Brown Library in Providence, Rhode Island; and Library of Congress call slips filled out by Azevedo
BOX 26 1955-1966 August 23
12 items
Contents include: Henrique Oswald; Angelo Zenardini; Musique colonial en Amérique Latine; Sigismund Neukomm; Antonio José da Silva; Joaquim Manuel de Camara; Música Afro-Americana; José Amat; "Musique et musiciens de l'indépedence de l'Amérique Latine;" Schumann; "Opéra et musique romantique en Amérique Latine;" genealogy; José Mauricio Nunes Garcia; folklore courses
BOX 27 1966 August 31-1972 May 7
12 items
Contents include: Folklore courses; Conseil internationale de la musique (CIM); Louis Moreau Gottschalk; Tulane University; Indiana University; Heitor Villa-Lobos; Gerard Béhague; conferences; Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart
BOX 28 1972 May 11-1980 March 21
10 items
Contents include: Mário de Andrade; Francisco Curt Lange; Gerard Béhague; Heitor Villa-Lobos; Henrique Oswald; Charley Lachmund; Lili Boulanger; Conseil internationale de la musique (CIM); entries for Dictionnaire de la Musique (ed. Honegger); David Appleby; José Amat; Carlos Kater; Marlos Nobre
BOX 29 1980 May 2-1986 July 17
6 items
Contents include: Frederico Nascimento; David Appleby; Afro-Brazilian music; Bibliothèque national de France; Nadia Boulanger; Heitor Villa-Lobos; Alberto Ginastera; entries for Dictionnaire de la Musique (ed. Honegger)
BOX 30 Undated
5 items
Contents include: Symphony no. 10 by Heitor Villa-Lobos; Bibilotecas de Lisboa; folk music in Venezuela, Haiti, Cuba, and Peru; Leo Kessler; "Les musiciens de l'indépedence de l'améreque latine;" 150 Anos de Música no Brasil; José Amat; "Qui en est la musique contémporaine en Amérique Latine"
Diaries, 1948-1988
This subseries consists of daily calendars of Azevedo’s appointments, activities, and travels in 82 volumes.
Arranged chronologically.
BOX 31 1948-1954
7 volumes
BOX 32 1955-1968
27 volumes
BOX 33 1969-1974
33 volumes
BOX 34 1975-1976, 1984-1988
15 volumes
BOX 35-49 MAPCASE 6 Research and Subject Files, 1896-1990 (bulk 1930-1980)
The research and subject files contain materials used by Luiz Heitor Corrêa de Azevedo to engage with, document, and research Brazilian culture and current events, as well as maintain reference information for research.
Organized as three subseries.
Composers, 1896-1989 (bulk 1935-1975)
Luiz Heitor Corrêa de Azevedo originally described this group of files in Portuguese as "Compositores." These files served as his research and reference files for Brazilian composers. Contents include extensive concert programs in international venues, clippings, correspondence related to research, photographs, and correspondence. Of special note are the files for Heitor Villa-Lobos, which include a collection of Brazilian concert programs dating from 1917-1987 used in exhibits curated by Azevedo and a diagram drawn by Villa-Lobos of the geographical and ethnological origins of Brazilian music. This subseries also contains Azevedo’s scrapbooks related to Brazilian composers Carlos Gomes and Oscar Lorenzo Fernândez. Dates on original enclosures indicate that most materials were organized by Luiz Heitor and/or Violeta between November 1982 and February 1984.
Arranged alphabetically by last name.
BOX-FOLDER 35/1 Albuquerque, Armando, 1951
BOX-FOLDER 35/1 Amat, José, circa 1959-1962
Includes: Correspondence of Francisco Curt Lange, 1959 August 20
BOX-FOLDER 35/1 Anes, Carlos, 1949, 1953, and undated
BOX-FOLDER 35/1 Araújo, João Gomes de, 1940, 1947, and undated
BOX-FOLDER 35/2 Antunes, Jorge, 1968-1975
BOX-FOLDER 35/3 Antunes, Jorge, 1967-1977
Includes: Correspondence and teaching materials by Antunes about electronic music composition used at Instituto Villa-Lobos
BOX-FOLDER 35/4 Baptista, Raphael, 1943-1971
BOX-FOLDER 35/4 Benjamin, K. and Club Beethoven, 1952
BOX-FOLDER 35/4 Blauth, Brenno, 1962
BOX-FOLDER 35/4 Boccino, Alceu, 1954-1956
BOX-FOLDER 35/4 Braga, Ernani (Hernani da Casta), 1943-1948
BOX-FOLDER 35/5 Braga, Francisco, 1931-1947, undated
BOX-FOLDER 35/4 Brandão, José Vieira, 1951-1987
BOX-FOLDER 35/4 Burle Marx, Walter, 1967, 1976
BOX-FOLDER 35/4 Bussmeyer, Hugo, undated
BOX-FOLDER 35/6 Cameu, Helza, 1934, 1943
BOX-FOLDER 35/6 Campos, Carlos de, 1938
BOX-FOLDER 35/6 Campos, Octavio Meneleu de, 1938
BOX-FOLDER 35/6 Cardoso, Lindenbergue, 1971-1973
BOX-FOLDER 35/6 Carvalho, Dinorá de, 1960, 1969-1972, and undated
BOX-FOLDER 35/6 Carvalho, Franklin de, Jr., 1939
BOX-FOLDER 35/6 Cerqueira, Fernando, circa 1974-1976
BOX-FOLDER 35/6 Corrêa, Sérgio Oliveira dee Vasconcellos, circa 1973
BOX-FOLDER 35/6 Cosme, Luiz, circa 1940s-1947
BOX-FOLDER 35/6 Cozzello, Damiano, 1961
BOX-FOLDER 35/7 Damasco, Carlos Maria, 1945
BOX-FOLDER 35/7 Delgado de Carvalho, 1966 and undated
BOX-FOLDER 35/7 Duprat, Rogério, 1961
BOX-FOLDER 35/8 Escobar, Aylton, 1974-1976
BOX-FOLDER 35/8 Estrade-Guerra, Oswald d', 1952
BOX-FOLDER 35/10 Fernândez, Oscar Lorenzo, 1929-1971
Includes: Photographs; correspondence; mimeographed libretto by Graça Aranha for Malazarte: drama lirico em 5 actos e 5 quadros by Oscar Lorenzo Fernândez; photographs of set design drawings for Malazarte by Jayme Silva, dated 1941
BOX-FOLDER 35/11 Fernândez, Oscar Lorenzo, 1929-1971
BOX-FOLDER 35/9 Fonseca, Euclides, 1938 and undated
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