Scope and arrangement
The Amedeo De Filippi score manuscripts, dating from 1927 to 1928, hold either complete manuscripts or manuscript copies of scores for piano, instrumental, or vocal music by De Filippi. Most are undated.
The piano scores hold music for ten compositions, including five sonatinas; two partitas; and a Prelude, Passacaglia, and Toccata. Some of these scores are for either piano or clavichord.
The instrumental scores contain music for five compositions, including Four Armenian Dances for orchestra, a violin sonata, a string trio, and two pieces for band. The band pieces have conductor scores; the rest are full scores.
The vocal scores hold music for three compositions: Missa Brevis for mixed voices a cappella; Three Poems by Walt Whitman for male voices, horns, and timpani; and Stabat Mater for mixed voices a cappella. All are full scores; the Three Poems by Walt Whitman also have parts.
The scores are arranged alphabetically within three divisions: Piano, Instrumental, and Vocal.