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Wagner, Minna, 1809-1866
Music Division | JOB 91-33
19 items
Anonymous ms. poem addressed to Minna Planer as Sena in Solomon's Judgment, 1833 Feb. 14 ; 15 ALS, including 2 from Anton Hübsch of Königsberg, offering engagements at various theaters in Germany, 1833 Dec. 23 - 1836 March 6 ; 1 ALS from Minna... more
Pollikoff, Max
Music Division | JPB 86-1
11 boxes, 39 x 30 x 8 cm. or smaller; 11 boxes, 39 x 30 x 8 cm. or smaller
A violinist and conductor, Max Pollikoff was born in Newark, N.J., in 1904, and died in New York City in 1984. He organized Music in Our Time, a concert series which ran from 1954 to 1974 at the 92nd St. YMHA, New York. Published and unpublished... more
Hill, William J.
Music Division | JPB 97-64
1 item
Terms for William J. Hill to perform for 3 months as a tenor in California in the operas, operettas and pieces in the Richings Repertoire, and for his wife Kate to sing such singing parts as Maguire shall direct.
Salter, Bert
Music Division | JPB 99-14
5 items
Contracts granting Bert Salter permission to use in perfomance recordings of the music and marionettes in the likenesses of Buddy De Franco, Gloria Parker, George Shearing, Barry Valentino, and the Frank Petty Trio.
Siday, Eric
Music Division | JPB 00-4
6 linear feet (19 boxes)
Menuhin, Yehudi, 1916-1999
Music Division | JPB 91-106
15 items
An American violinist, Yehudi Menuhin was engaged in 1947 by Two Continent Pictures to appear and play in a projected moving picture named Delirium and an associated short movie; and later for a series of short films. He suggested changes in the... more
Hadley, Henry, 1871-1937
Music Division | JPB 86-17
Henry Hadley was an American composer and conductor, founder of the National Association for American Composers and Conductors. Correspondence, contracts and royalty statements, libretti and programs, clippings (reviews), scrapbooks, financial... more
Maltby, Richard, 1914-1991
Music Division | JPB 12-11
32.6 linear feet (123 boxes)
The Richard Maltby Sr. papers hold scores, correspondence, business papers, photographs, clippings, and scrapbooks. The vast majority of the collection consists of scores and parts for arrangements and compositions by Maltby as well as by his... more
Holler, John, 1904-
Music Division | JPB 06-36
2 linear feet (3 boxes)
John Holler (1904-1977) was an organist and choir director from New York City. He performed in churches for most of his career, occasionally participating in secular concerts, as well. Holler also composed and arranged music for the organ. The... more
Dessoff Choirs
Music Division | JPB 13-01
12.38 linear feet (32 boxes)
The Dessoff Choirs is a Manhattan-based amateur choral group founded by Margarete Dessoff. The choirs encompass both a symphonic choir and a chamber choir, and perform a broad repertory of classical music from Renaissance to contemporary... more
Kupferman, Meyer, 1926-2003
Music Division | JPB 03-01
23.25 linear feet (85 boxes)
Meyer Kupferman was a composer and professor of music. He was a prolific writer, penning several concertos, chamber and solo pieces, operas, ballets, symphonies. He taught at Sarah Lawrence College for over 40 years and was known as a composer of... more
Scott, Tom, 1912-1961
Music Division | JPB 12-08
9.19 linear feet (32 boxes)
Tom Scott was a folk-singer and arranger, and a composer of symphonic and chamber works, as well as music for live television and film. His papers contain scores, correspondence, photographs, biographical and publicity files, a scrapbook, and... more
Peoples' voice cafe
Music Division | JPB 06-10
0.5 linear feet (1 box)
The Peoples' Voice Cafe Records includes correspondence, clippings, flyers and other publicity material, and administrative records of the Peoples' Voice Cafe. The collection's contents date from 1979 to 1986, documenting the early and formative... more
Macero, Teo, 1925-
Music Division | JPB 00-8
57.5 linear feet (76 boxes)
Teo Macero is a composer and music producer known primarily for his record production work for Columbia and CBS (now Sony) records from 1959 to 1975, and subsequently for his own company, M. Productions. The heart of the collection is Columbia... more
Kirchner, Leon
Music Division | JPB 11-14
12.72 linear feet (40 boxes)
The Leon Kirchner papers document the career of the composer, conductor and pianist from the 1950s to the early 2000s. They include scores and sketches, correspondence with important musical figures, writings, programs, clippings, photographs and... more
Steinert, Alexander, 1900-1982
Music Division | JPB 06-62
2.5 linear feet (11 boxes)
Alexander Lang Steinert (1900-1982) was a composer, conductor, and pianist who worked in television, film, and radio, as well as concert settings. The Alexander Steinert Papers consists primarily of the composer’s collection of published scores,... more
Cantata Singers (New York, N.Y.)
Music Division | JPB 06-73
16 linear feet (29 boxes)
The Cantata Singers was one of the first groups in the United States to attempt authentic performances of Baroque music and set a standard for basing performances on expert direction supported by methodical research. The Cantata Singers Records... more
Smith, Jabbo, 1908-1991
Music Division | JPB 97-65
2.11 cubic ft. (5 boxes)
"Jabbo" Smith, born Cladys Smith in 1908 in Pembroke, Georgia, was an African-American jazz trumpeter, trombonist and singer. He died in St. Louis in 1991. The collection consists of autobiographical material; correspondence with Lorraine Gordon... more
Mundy, John, 1886-1971
Music Division | JPB 06-50
1.5 linear feet (2 boxes)
John Mundy (1886-1971) was a cellist and orchestra manager at The Metropolitan Opera, as well as a composer. The John Mundy Papers contain professional documentation of his career, with an emphasis on his compositions, especially more
Composers' Forum (U.S.)
Music Division | JPB 12-01
11 linear feet (27 boxes)
The records of the Composers' Forum document the history of the organization from 1935 to 2002. They hold correspondence, concert programs, press releases, clippings, grant applications and other development files, board meeting minutes and... more
Composers Recordings, Inc.
Music Division | JPB 07-2
14.8 linear feet (36 boxes)
The Composers Recordings, Inc. Records contain recording project files, correspondence, business and financial papers and photographs documenting the history of the record label devoted to contemporary American music.
International Society for Contemporary Music
Music Division | JPB 11-5
7.98 linear feet (20 boxes)
The League of Composers / International Society for Contemporary Music records contain the papers of the League's co-founder and first Executive Director, Claire Raphael Reis; the records of both the League of Composers and the United States... more
Riegger, Wallingford, 1885-1961
Music Division | JPB 91-18
The Wallingford Riegger Papers illustrate the career of the composer Wallingford Riegger, whose works combined an advanced harmonic and rhythmic idiom with traditional structures.
Marsh, Audrey, 1911-
Music Division | JPB 06-76
1.8 linear feet (2 boxes)
The American singer Audrey Marsh had a successful career singing in performance and on commercial radio. Her papers contain correspondence, clippings, concert programs, journals, photographs and personal papers.
Rubin, Cyma
Music Division | JPB 12-04
12.13 linear feet (39 boxes)
The Cyma Rubin papers document the producer's two Broadway productions: a revival of No, No, Nanette (1971), and an original musical, Doctor Jazz (1975). They contain scores, correspondence, production files, business records, publicity material,... more
Castles, Katrina
Music Division | JPB 97-1
.3 cu. ft.
Katrina Castles (Mrs. Michael Schwab), formerly Kathleen Castles, and also known as Katherine Castles, was an Australian mezzo-soprano Lieder singer, a protege of Mme. Lotte Lehmann, and the childhood friend of Australian-American composer Peggy... more
Amram, David
Music Division | JPB 14-29
74.92 linear feet (114 boxes, 33 volumes, 3 oversized folders, 2 tubes)
David Amram (born 1930) is an American composer, conductor, and multi-instrumentalist active in classical, jazz, and folk music. The David Amram papers, dating from 1937 to 2011, most strongly represent his career path from the 1950s through the... more
Soria, Dorle
Music Division | JPB 13-16
2.77 linear feet (7 boxes)
Dorle Jarmel Soria (1900-2002) was a publicist, record company impresario, and journalist in the classical music world of the mid-twentieth century, best known for her founding of the Angel Records label with her husband, Dario Soria. Her papers... more
Brown, Thomas P. (Thomas Pollok), 1879-
Music Division | JPB 04-41
26.37 linear feet (38 boxes)
Thomas Philip Brown was a saxophonist with his own orchestra in the late 1930s and early 1940s. He became a music copyist for Broadway musicals, copied music on order for the Samuel French Company, and produced a series of translated opera records... more
Dorian Wind Quintet
Music Division | JPB 16-05
10.62 linear feet (12 boxes, 19 volumes); 2.14 gb (497 computer files)
The Dorian Wind Quintet is one of the longest continually-active chamber music groups in the world. The Dorian Wind Quintet records (1954-2012) document the first four decades of the group's existence through programs; scrapbooks; sound... more
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