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Mario Davidovsky papers, 1933-2019

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Biographical Materials, 1933-2016 (continued)
BOX-FOLDER 48/19 Select service system registration, 1964
Writings about Davidovsky
BOX-FOLDER 48/20 "An Analysis of Mario Davidovsky's Synchronisms no. 6 for Piano and Electronic Sounds", 1980
By Helen Siemens Walker
BOX-FOLDER 48/21 "Angled Response: Structural Pairing in Mario Davidovsky's Quartetto", 2001
By Steven Leon Ricks
BOX-FOLDER 48/22-23 "Cadential Procedures in Mario Davidovsky's Divertimento for cello and orchestra", 1998
By Christopher G. Malloy
BOX-FOLDER 48/24 "Focus on: Mario Davidovsky", 1996
By Hayes Biggs
BOX-FOLDER 48/25 "Mario Davidovsky: An introduction to the music", 1997
By Eric Chaslow
BOX-FOLDER 49/1 "Mario Davidovsky: Scenes from Shir Hashirim", 1999
By Meir Serrouya
BOX-FOLDER 49/2 "Stratification and Synthesis in Mario Davidovsky's Synchronisms no. 6", 1978
By Stephen M. Gryč
BOX-FOLDER 49/3 "Symmetry and Interval Cycles in the Quartettos of Mario Davidovsky", 2016
By Inés Thiebaut Lovelace
BOX-FOLDER 49/4-5 "Synchronisms no. 10 for Guitar and Electronic Sounds and Festino: Seminal Works Featuring the Guitar by Mario Davidovsky", 2006
By Daniel Lippel
BOX 50-51 Clippings and Articles, 1954-2014
The newspaper and journal articles and pamphlets in this series provide evidence of Davidovsky’s work as a composer from his early years in Argentina to several years prior to his death.
Arranged chronologically.
BOX-FOLDER 50/4 1954-1965
BOX-FOLDER 50/5-6 1966-1968
BOX-FOLDER 50/7-8 1970-1973
BOX-FOLDER 51/1 1974-1976
BOX-FOLDER 51/2 1977-1979
BOX-FOLDER 51/3 1970s?
BOX-FOLDER 51/4 1981-1986
BOX-FOLDER 51/5 1991-1998
BOX-FOLDER 51/6 2000-2014
BOX-FOLDER 51/7 Undated
BOX 52-53 MAPCASE FOLDER 2-3 Programs and Promotional Materials, 1957-2018
The concert programs, flyers, and other promotional materials in this series date from Davidovsky’s first experiences in the United States when he studied at the Berkshire Music Center (Tanglewood) to performances of his works throughout his career.
Arranged chronologically.
BOX-FOLDER 52/1 1957-1959
BOX-FOLDER 52/2 1961-1968
BOX-FOLDER 52/3 1970-1972
BOX-FOLDER 52/4 1973-1974
BOX-FOLDER 52/5 1975-1976
BOX-FOLDER 52/6 1977-1979
BOX-FOLDER 53/1 1980-1989
BOX-FOLDER 53/2 1990-1999
BOX-FOLDER 53/3 2000-2010
BOX-FOLDER 53/4 2011-2018
BOX-FOLDER 53/5 Undated
BOX 53 Promotional materials
MAPCASE FOLDER 2 Concert posters, 1975-1989, 2006, and undated
MAPCASE FOLDER 3 Concert posters, 1962-1966, 2014, and undated
BOX-FOLDER 53/6 Miscellany, 1962-1979 and undated
Composer information brochures; press packets
BOX 53 Miscellaneous Writings by Others, 2001 and undated
The materials in this series are writings about contemporary music topics, including an article by Harvey Sollberger and an interview with Reinhold Brinkmann.
Arranged alphabetically by subject.
BOX-FOLDER 53/7 The Advancing Moment, undated
By Harvey Sollberger
Program notes
BOX-FOLDER 53/8 "Eavesdropping on the Sound of an Era," 2001
Interview transcript
Note: Interview with Reinhold Brinkmann by Max Nyffeler
BOX-FOLDER 53/9 Nighttime, Enigma, and Nostalgia, undated
By Robert Martin
Program notes
Note: Inscription to Davidovsky on first page
BOX-FOLDER 53/10 "Two Hours", undated
Typed short story
Note: No author listed
DF Digital Files, 2009-2018
Digital ID: DavidovskyM_MUS_2022_107_001
Digital ID: DavidovskyM_MUS_2022_107_002
This series consists of files contained on Mario Davidovsky's computer hard drives. There are photographs primarily depicting his travel to Médanos, Argentina, as well as members of his family. Other personal information found in this series includes address and telephone lists, legal and financial information, and travel documents. Correspondence, primarily email, comprises a large portion of the professional material in this series. Notable correspondents include Midori, Eric Chasalow, Chen Yi, and Augusta "Gusty" Read Thomas. There is also publisher correspondence and permission agreements, concert reviews, recommendation letters, and writings by Davidovsky and others. There is a small amount of sound recordings and a score by Diego Tedesco. Correspondence and documents pertaining to the Association for the Promotion of New Music (APNM) can also be found here, as well as materials pertaining to the Composers Conference, chiefly documents such as fellow/applicant lists and information about the Robert Miller Fund.
Principal file formats: .mp3, jpg, .tiff, .docx, .pdf, .rtf, and .txt, among others.
Original file order has been maintained.

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