Found 17 collections related to Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791

New York City Opera
Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound | *L (Special) 95-04
21 sound cassettes, analog stereo; 21 sound cassettes, analog stereo
Audio cassettes with descriptions and plot summaries for various operas in the New York City Opera's productions of the 1994-1998 seasons. They were originally intended for use by the visually impaired. Operas included: Wonderful town, Carmen,... more
Dobuzhinskiĭ, Mstislav Valerianovich, 1875-1957
Billy Rose Theatre Division | *T-Vim 2010-082
14 boxes
Original set designs, working drawings and sketches, blueprints and notes by Mstislav Dobuzhinskiĭ for the following productions: Anne of England by Mary Cass Canfield and Ethel Borden adapted from Viceroy Sarah by Norman Ginsbury (1941); Boris... more
Peerce, Jan, 1904-1984
Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound | *L (Special) 95-03
The collection contains non-commercial recordings of live and recorded performances and interviews of Jan Peerce spanning the years 1938-1983. The collection also features performers such as: singers Zinka Milanov, Roberta Peters, Leonard Warren,... more
Serly, Tibor
Music Division | JPB 85-32
The Tibor Serly Papers represents the work of Tibor Serly, who was a composer, theoretician and teacher. The material covered extends from his early studies in composition, throughout his compositional and theoretical career.
Walter, Bruno, 1876-1962
Music Division | *ZB-2677 (series 1-9 only)
The Bruno Walter Papers represent the career of the conductor Bruno Walter. The collection contains correspondence (primarily from after his emigration to the United States in 1941) as well as photographs, some books and music, and memorabilia.
Homer, Louise, 1871-1947
Music Division | JPF 00-1
The Louise Homer Collection of Vocal Scores contains a sampling of music owned and annotated by the American contralto.
National Orchestral Association (U.S.)
Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound | *L (Special) 88-10
26 linear feet sound discs; 322 sound tape reels, analog 7 1/2 ips, 10 in.; 322 sound tape reels, analog 7 1/2 ips, 10 in.; analog 33 rpm, 16 in.; analog 33 rpm, 16 in.; analog 33 rpm, 12 in.; analog 33 rpm, 12 in.
The collection consists of recordings of concerts and rehearsals of the National Ochestral Association between the years 1938 and 1968. The collection also includes intermission features with various soloists.
Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound | *L (Special) 89-33
1579 sound discs, analog acetate 33 rpm, 16 in.; 1579 sound discs, analog acetate 33 rpm, 16 in.
Weekly 30-minute NBC radio broadcasts, featuring classical and light classical music, which began on Apr. 29, 1940 and continued until 1958. In September, 1959, the Bell Telephone Hour made its television debut as a monthly musical special. It... more
Little Orchestra Society
Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound | *L (Special) 88-30
The collection consists of concert recordings, made for Mr. Scherman, from late 1947 to late 1957.
Let's Go to the Opera (Radio program).
Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound | *L (Special) 89-31
Let's Go to the Opera was a 1946 radio series that featured Metropolitan Opera principals and other well known singers of the time in selections from popular operas and operettas. All selections are sung in English.
Jacobs, Paul
Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound | *L (Special) 90-15
Paul Jacobs, 1930-1983, was an American pianist and harpsichordist. The collection consists of noncommercial sound and video recordings collected by Paul Jacobs consisting primarily of his own piano performances.
Persichetti, Vincent, 1915-1987
Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound | *L (Special) 90-28
American composer and pianist.
Luening, Otto, 1900-1996
Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound | *L (Special) 92-36
257 sound tape reels, analog; 257 sound tape reels, analog
Collection of 257 reel-to-reel tapes of Luening's works (primarily from the late 50s, 60s, and 70s), performed by various performers and groups, as well as works written by others (students and associates of Luening). Also includes recordings of... more
Schumer, Harry G
Music Division | JOB 89-24
ca. 25 cu. ft.
Harry G. Schumer (1893-1971) was Orchestra Librarian of the Metropolitan Opera from 1938 to 1968. Schumer's private collection of printed and manuscript full scores, vocal scores, stage band scores, and parts to Italian, French, German, Russian,... more