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Guide to the Alan Stout manuscript scores, 1961-1975

Manuscript scores (diazotype) by the American composer Alan Stout (born 1932), most with cover labels and stamps from the American Composers Alliance Library, New York.

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Guide to the Arne Oldberg scores, 1894-1953

Manuscripts, diazotypes, published scores, and photocopies of the compositions of the American composer Arne Oldberg (1874-1962).

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Guide to the Eric Oldberg (1901-1986) Papers, 1940-1986

The Oldberg papers are arranged in four boxes and relate to his activities with and on behalf of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Orchestral Association. The papers are organized into two major categories: general correspondence and subject files.

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Guide to the Fritz Reiner collection of scores, 1870-1963

Scores (mostly published) owned by the Hungarian-American conductor Fritz Reiner (1888-1963), many with his performance markings.

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Guide to the Jean Martinon papers, 1923-1994

The Jean Martinon Papers consist of materials created by composer/conductor Jean Martinon himself (including published and unpublished manuscript scores and arrangements of compositions written between 1935 and 1975, as well as biographical and other materials produced or collected by the Jean Ma...

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Guide to the Leo Sowerby papers, 1911-1995

Chiefly music manuscripts of original compositions by the American composer and church musician Leo Sowerby (1895-1968).

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Guide to the Sam Raphling scores, 1945-2013

Contains manuscripts, copies, and published scores by American composer and pianist Sam Raphling (1910-1988).

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Guide to the William Ferris scores, 1952-1998

Consists of holograph, manuscript, and published scores of nearly all of the composer's musical compositions written between 1952 and 1998 as well as sketches and notebooks related to specific works.

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Guide to the William Marvin Spencer papers, 1962-1996

Manuscript scores (some photocopied), plot synopses, photographs, and a printed biography of the American industrialist and amateur composer William Marvin Spencer (1892-1984).

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