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Gail T. Kubik Collection

Introduction

The papers of Gail Kubik, an internationally known composer and winner of a Pulitzer Prize, are extensive and comprise approximately 180 linear feet of shelf space. The papers document Gail Kubik's professional and personal activities for the years 1914 -1984. In addition to the over 200 manuscript scores of his music described in the container list below, Kubik's papers contain correspondence, scrapbooks, photographs, printed material, tape recordings, and related material. The arrangement of the papers is nearing completion and a comprehensive finding aid is being developed. The contents have been identified and organized to the extent that the collection is open to researchers.

Chronology

1914      Gail Thompson Kubik born September 5 in South Coffeyville, OK. 
          His father, Henry Kubik, is a lumberyard owner; his mother, Evalyn Thompson, 
             is an accomplished singer. 

1917      The family relocates to Coffeyville, KS.
          At an early age, Gail chooses music as his vocation, playing both piano and violin. 
             His primary interest is in the violin, however, which he studies with Alexander 
             Baird of Independence, KS.

1929      Awarded full scholarship to Eastman School of Music. At 15, Kubik is the youngest person 
             ever awarded a scholarship by the Rochester, New  York school. He studies with 
             Samuel Belov (violin), Irving McHose (theory), Edward Royce and Bernard Rogers (composition). 
          While at ESM, Kubik also attends East Evening High School and the Hochstein School of Music.

1930      The Kubik Ensemble (Gail, violin; brother Howard, piano; brother Henry Jr., cello; 
             mother Evalyn, soprano) is formed. The successful quartet travels throughout New York 
             and the Midwest.
         
1931      Kubik's composition "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes" wins first prize in the
             Kansas Federation of Music Clubs annual contest.

1932      Kubik graduates from East Evening High School.

1933      Summer classes at Columbia University.
          Performs in a recital program at Juilliard School of Music, August 14. 

1934      Receives Bachelor of Music, graduating "with distinction", with degrees in both
             composition and violin, from Eastman School of Music.
          Receives National Composition Award of the Sinfonia Honorary Music Fraternity
             (Phi Mu Alpha) for "Trio" (for violin, cello and piano).
          Receives scholarship to American Conservatory of Music, Chicago, studies
             composition with Leo Sowerby.
          Joins faculty at Monmouth College, Monmouth, IL, teaching violin, conducting and
             orchestration.

1935      Begins writing articles for the Chicago-based Musical Leader.
          Teaches summer session at South Dakota Wesleyan University,  Mitchell, SD.
          Receives Master of Music, cum laude, from American Conservatory.
          Receives Honorable Mention for "Solace" from Music News (Chicago) contest

1936      Teaches summer session at South Dakota Wesleyan University, Mitchell, SD.
          Leaves Monmouth College to teach violin and conducting at South Dakota
             Wesleyan University, Mitchell, SD.
          NBC Radio presents program of Kubik's chamber compositions on their Music
             Guild series.
          Participates in the WPA's Composers' Forum in Chicago.
          Invited to conduct the Syracuse Orchestra's performances of his piece "American
             Caprice".
      
1937      Becomes the youngest person to receive a MacDowell Colony fellowship.
          Leaves Wesleyan to begin studies at Harvard with Walter Piston and Nadia
             Boulanger. Kubik is the youngest person ever accepted into Harvard's doctoral
             program in music.
          Participates in the WPA's Composers' Forum-Laboratory in New York.
          Kubik's composition "Solace" wins first prize in the Kansas Federation of Music
             Clubs annual contest.

1938      Accepts position at Teachers College, Columbia University, (New York City),
             teaching composition, orchestration and music history.
          Receives a MacDowell Colony fellowship.
          Invited to be soloist (violin) at Chicago Civic, Rochester Civic and New York
             Orchestras' performances of his piece "Concerto for Violin and Orchestra".
          Invited to perform one of his compositions at a NAACC meeting.
          Participates in WPA lecture series Keys to Contemporary Music in New York.
          Phi Mu Alpha commissions piece, "Fellowship".

1939      Marries Jessie Maver Dunn
          Arranges benefit program for MacDowell Colony at Teacher's College.
          WPA's Composers' Forum-Laboratory features four Kubik compositions
      
1940      Leaves Teachers College to take a position as NBC Radio's staff arranger and
             composer.
          Begins composing first film score.

1941      Kubik leaves NBC to work successfully as freelance composer, and teach part-time
             at various New York area music schools.
          Wins the Jascha Heifetz-Carl Fischer prize for "Concerto For Violin" ("Concerto in
             D for Violin and Orchestra", "Violin Concerto No. 2").
          Wins Chicago Symphony Golden Jubilee Award for "Scherzo For Large Orchestra"
          NBC Radio asks Kubik to conduct orchestra for broadcast performance of score
             from Men and Ships.
          Began serving as music consultant to the United States Government's Office of
             Emergency Management

1942      Becomes a music consultant for the Bureau of Motion Pictures of the Office of War
             Information. 
          Travels to Hollywood to assemble a collection of recorded music for possible use as
             film scores by OWI. While there, Kubik meets prominent violinist Louis
             Kaufman, who later begins performing Kubik's compositions.
          Receives Jascha Heifetz award for "Violin Concerto No. 2" ("Concerto in D")
          Begins composing for school band musicians.
        
1943      Enters military, serving as composer for Army Air Corp's First Motion Picture Unit,
             Culver City, CA.
          Receives National Association for American Composers and Conductors Citation
             "Best Documentary Film Score of the Year" for World at War.
          Receives the Society for the Publication of American Music award for "Sonatina for
             Violin and Piano".
          Receives invitation to participate in the 1943 Writers Congress, sponsored by the
             University of California and the Hollywood Writers' Guild.

1944      Receives a temporary duty assignment in England to finish score for Memphis
             Belle.
          Receives a commission from the BBC for an "Americana" piece.
          Awarded first of two Guggenheim fellowships.
          Memphis Belle receives New York Film Critics' Award.
          Transfers to the Army Air Forces Radio unit in Santa Ana CA, then to the AAF
             Radio unit in Culver City, CA 
          Meets Joyce Scott-Paine, daughter of a wealthy British industrialist, at a Hollywood
             dinner party.
          Writes articles for the journal Film Music Notes.
          Participates in University of California at Los Angeles special institute "Music in
             Contemporary Life".
 
1945      Transferred to the Second Radio Unit, Bolling Field, Washington D.C.
          Returns to New York City, in late November, on a temporary duty assignment to
             create a library of music by American composers for the Army Air Forces' Band.
          Receives Presidential Citation
        
1946      Divorces Jessie January 24. 
          Separates from the military in California later that year.
          Professor of Music, University of Southern California, summer.     
          Returns to New York with Joyce Scott-Paine; they marry on December 21.

1948      "Robert Shaw Chorale" (fifty-six pieces)
        
1949      Kubik returns to Hollywood for film work.
        
1950      Receives the Prix de Rome and begins working at the American Academy in Rome.
             This begins an extended period of living abroad.
        
1951      Gerald McBoing Boing receives the Academy Award and the British Film Institute
             award for best animated film
          Divorces Joyce Scott-Paine.

1952      Marries Mary Tyler.
          Guest lecturer, Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Rome.
          Wins Pulitzer Prize for "Symphony Concertante".

1952-1955 Remains in Europe as a conductor and composer, working with  the Orchestra
             Sinfonica della Radio Italiana, the London Philharmonic, the BBC orchestra and
             the Orchestre Symphonique de Paris.

1953      Meets poet Theodore Roethke and begins setting selected poems to music.
          Receives Edinburgh Film Festival Award for Transatlantic

1954-1955 Louisville Orchestra commissions symphony

1955      Returns to Hollywood to begin work on a new film score, The Desperate Hours, for
             Paramount Studios; the studio head pulls most of the music from the film
             because of its shocking nature but Paramount later returns the music rights to
             Kubik and publishes the suite he creates from the score, "Scenario for
             Orchestra".
          Receives honorary Doctor of Music degree, Monmouth College

1955-1956 Dimitri Mitropoulus and the New York Philharmonic commission symphony.

1956      "Symphony No. 2" (Louisville Orchestra) premieres.

1957      "Symphony No. 3" (New York Philharmonic) premieres.

1958      Composes first of two television scores for The Twentieth-Century
      
1959      In the summer, Kubik returns to Europe, remaining until 1967. While there, he
             composes, lectures and writes articles.
          American delegate Venice Film Festival and International Conference on Music in
             Films.
          ASCAP delegate UNESCO International Conference, Denver

1962      Scores film, I Thank a Fool, for MGM (Europe); however, Kubik refuses to give the
             studio rights to the music and it is removed from the film.

1965      Receives second Guggenheim award and resides at the Cite Internationale des Arts
             in Paris.

1966      Lectures throughout Europe and the United States.
          American delegate UNESCO, Budapest, Paris

1967      Kubik returns to U.S, continuing to compose.

1968-1970 Lecture tours, United States

1969      Visiting professor, Kansas State University.
          Commissioned to compose dedication piece for K-State's McCain Auditorium.
      
1970      Divorces Mary Tyler.
          Marries Joan Sanders.
          Accepts position as composer in residence at Scripps College and Claremont
             Graduate School, Claremont, California.
          Visiting professor, Gettysburg (PA) College.
          "A Record of Our Time" (chorus, narrator and orchestra; for Kansas State
             University)
      
1972      Divorces Joan Sanders.
        
1975      Visiting professor, California State University, Fullerton
      
1976      Fellow at the Rockefeller Foundation's Villa Serbelloni in Bellagio, Italy

1978      Visiting professor, Mt. San Antonio Jr. College
          Lecture tour, Morocco

1979      Norlin Foundation Fellow, MacDowell Colony.

1980      California's mandatory retirement law forces Kubik to retire from Scripps; he
             unsuccessfully sues the state.
          Travels abroad, especially France, where he maintains homes in both Paris and
             Venasque.

1983      Receives honorary Doctor of Music from the American Conservatory of Music
         
1984      Dies July 20 at West Covina, California. 

Container List for Music Manuscripts

The following is an inventory of Gail Kubik's scores as they are organized in 77 flat document boxes. The scores are arranged in alphabetical order according to title; 21 Miles appears at the beginning because the title is a number.

Box 1:

21 Miles (Dover). 1942-1943. Instrumental: orchestra. Great Britain Ministry of Information.
      original soundtrack.
      1.   handwritten score w/corrections and notes; spiral bound

Air Pattern Pacific. 1944. Instrumental: orchestra. Army Air Forces First Motion Picture Unit.
      original soundtrack. 
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten corrections; cloth bound.  
      2.   handwritten score w/corrections; spiral bound

American Caprice, Op. 3. 1932-36. Instrumental: piano and chamber orch.
      1.   handwritten score w/corrections and notes; card bound
      2.   facsimile manuscript score, two-piano reduction; card bound

Box 2:

Army Air Forces Radio Scores. 1944-1945. Instrumental: orchestra. original soundtracks.
      1.   handwritten scores; spiral bound; 1944. 
      2.   handwritten scores; spiral bound; 1944-1945.
      3.   handwritten scores; spiral bound; 1945.  
      4.   handwritten scores w/corrections and notes; loose.  
      5.   (facsimile) manuscript onionskin scores, cut and taped; loose.  
      6.   loose sheet w/handwritten note of missing scores

Box 3:

Around the Atlantic (Transatlantic). 1952. Instrumental: orchestra. Madeleine Films (Philip
      Stapp), Paris for MSA. original soundtrack.
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/ handwritten notes and corrections; cloth bound.  
      2.   handwritten onionskin masters; loose.  
      3.   handwritten onionskin scores for parts; loose. 
      4.   handwritten notes for score; loose

Be Mine to Serve. 1938. Choral: women's chorus with piano. Karger, Garnett. 
      1.   facsimile manuscript score; paper bound

Box 4:

Bennie the Beaver. 1952. Instrumental: flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet, viola,
      violoncello, piano, percussion and narrator. Fischer, Marjorie; Bernal, William.
      1.   printed score; spiral bound.  
      2.   printed score w/handwritten narrator text; spiral bound. 
      3.   printed parts scores; folded/stapled.  
      4.   two copies typescript narration w/handwritten notes, "long version"; loose. 
      5.   three copies typescript narration w/handwritten notes, "shorter version"; loose.  
      6.   typescript narration w/handwritten notes, "record version 1st draft"; loose. 
      7.   typescript narration w/handwritten notes, "record version"; loose.  
      8.   typescript narration w/handwritten notes, "William Bernal version"; loose

Boston Baked Beans (Fagioli col baccalà! A New England Fable; The Miner's Daughter). 1950.
      Opera piccola: lyric soprano, bass, clarinet, trumpet, piano and string bass. 
      1.   handwritten score w/notes and corrections; spiral bound

C Man. 1949. Instrumental: orchestra. Lerner, Joseph; Film Classics, Inc.; Neill, Larry. original
      soundtrack. see also "Sym. Concertante".
      1.   handwritten score w/notes and corrections; spiral bound
      2.   handwritten sketches w/typed and handwritten notes and cue sheets; loose
      3.   handwritten notes; loose
      4.   facsimile manuscript song score w/copyright note, "Do It Now"; loose, folded
      5.   handwritten onionskin song score w/copyright note, "Do It Now"; loose
      6.   handwritten score, "Do It Now"; loose, folded
      7.   typed lyrics w/handwritten notes, "Do It Now"; loose
      8.   typed routine w/handwritten notes, "Do It Now"; loose
      9.   three copies typed additional lyrics, "Do It Now"; loose

Box 5:

Canon for Pat and Phil. 1976. Vocal. 
      1.   copy of handwritten score w/personal note

Carol for Christmas. 1939. Vocal: choral. Kubik, Evalyn. 
      1.   (facsimile) manuscript score w/title page; loose
      2.   two copies (facsimile) manuscript score, slight variations from #1; loose
	  
A Christmas Offering. 1967. Choral: mixed chorus a cappella. Godolphin, Sidney; anonymous,
      15th century. Hymn; Make We Joye Nowe In This Fest.
      1.   handwritten onionskin vocal score; loose
      2.   facsimile manuscript score; spiral bound

A Christmas Set. 1967. Choral: chamber chorus and small orch. Anonymous, 15th century;
      Fletcher, Phineas; Austin, William; Anonymous, 14th century; Costeley, Guillaume.
      What Tydings Bryngest Thou Massanger?; An Hymne; All This Night, Shrill
      Chauntecleere; Lullay, Lullay, Litel Child; Allon Gay, Gay, Bergeres.
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten corrections, spiral bound, no cover; 1967
      2.   facsimile manuscript score, uncorrected; spiral bound, no cover; 1967
      3.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten corrections, spiral bound; 1967
      4.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes; card bound; 1967-1968
      5.   facsimile manuscript score; loose; 1967-1968 

Box 6:

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra, Op. 4. 1934-1936. Instrumental: violin and orchestra. 
      1.   handwritten score w/corrections; card bound
      2.   printed score, reduction for violin and piano; card bound

Concerto for Violin & Orchestra, Op. 4: Lyric Piece for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 4. 1934-1936.
      Instrumental: violin and orchestra. 
      1.   facsimile manuscript score, violin and piano reduction w/handwritten notes; spiral
           bound; 1934
      2.   (handwritten) onionskin score, violin and piano reduction and violin solo; loose;
           1934
      3.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes; spiral bound; 1936
      4.   handwritten parts scores; loose folded; 1936
      5.   photocopied, cut and taped parts scores; loose, taped and folded; 1936
      6.   handwritten onionskin score; loose; 1936
      7.   handwritten onionskin parts scores; loose; 1936

Concerto in D for Violin & Orchestra. 1940-1941. Instrumental: violin and orchestra. 
      1.   printed score w/handwritten corrections and notes; cloth bound 
      2.   violin part score, facsimile manuscript sheets (many onionskin), w/corrections;
           loose

Concerto Movement for Violin & Orchestra. 1941. Instrumental: violin and orchestra. 
      1.   handwritten tissues w/cutouts, piano reduction solo violin part; loose 

Box 7:

Cortage. n.d. Instrumental. 
      1.   handwritten score; loose

Dance, Op. 8, No. 3. 1936. Instrumental: (piano) 
      1.   printed score; card bound     
      2.   printed onionskin score; loose

Daniel Drew, Op. 10, No. 1. 1938. Choral: mixed quartet (or chorus), violoncello and string bass. 
      Benét, Rosemary; Benét, Stephen Vincent. 
      1.   reverse copies of parts masters (cello and bass); loose, folded

The Desperate Hours. 1955. Instrumental: orchestra. Wyler, William; Paramount Pictures.
      original soundtrack. title in 2 boxes. see also "Scenario for Orchestra".
      1.   facsimile manuscript score bound w/typed script, both w/handwritten notes and
           corrections; spiral bound        
      2.   copy of page 1 of score and sheet of handwritten notes; loose 
      3.   facsimile manuscript or handwritten score w/corrections and notes, part one; spiral
           bound
      4.   facsimile manuscript or handwritten score w/corrections and notes, part two; spiral
           bound

Box 8: 

The Desperate Hours (box 2). 1955. Instrumental: orchestra. Wyler, William; Paramount
      Pictures. original soundtrack.  title in 2 boxes. see also "Scenario for Orchestra".
      1.   facsimile manuscript score; loose

Box 9:

Divertimento I. 1943-1959. Instrumental: flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet, trombone,
      violin, viola, cello, bass, piano and percussion. title in 2 boxes.
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten corrections and notes; taped-in list of
           musicians, "Kubik Copy"; spiral bound
      2.   facsimile manuscript score w/ handwritten notes on title page; once-taped sheet
           w/cover title, "Not Corrected"; spiral bound
      3.   facsimile manuscript score, "Incorrect" "C3"; spiral bound
      4.   facsimile manuscript score, "C2"; spiral bound
      5.   facsimile manuscript score, "Harpsichord Not Corrected"; spiral bound 

Box 10: 

Divertimento I (box 2). 1943-1959. Instrumental: flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet,
      trombone, violin, viola, cello, bass, piano and percussion. title in 2 boxes.
      1.   facsimile manuscript score, handwritten address, rental stamp; spiral bound
      2.   facsimile manuscript score, handwritten number, rental stamp; spiral bound
      3.   facsimile manuscript score; spiral bound
      4.   printed score; spiral bound

Box 11:

Divertimento II. 1951-58. Instrumental: flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, trumpet, trombone, viola
      and piano. 
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten corrections, "D3"; loose (previously
           spiral bound)
      2.   facsimile manuscript score, "Incorrect", "D1"; spiral bound
      3.   facsimile manuscript score, "Not Corrected", "D4"; spiral bound
      4.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes, "D5", rental stamp; spiral bound
      5.   facsimile manuscript score, w/handwritten notes, rental stamp; spiral bound
      6.   facsimile manuscript score, handwritten address, rental stamp; spiral bound
      7.   facsimile manuscript score; spiral bound
      8.   facsimile manuscript score, "Piano Not Corrected"; spiral bound
      9.   printed score, handwritten address, rental stamp; spiral bound
      10.  printed score; spiral bound
      11.  set of printed parts scores; loose, folded and stapled, w/receipt

Box 12:

Down to Earth. 1959. Instrumental: flute, 2 clarinets, horn, trumpet, viola, 2 percussion, and 2
      pianos. Eastern Films; Avco Corporation. original soundtrack.
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/ handwritten corrections; spiral bound
      2.   facsimile manuscript score w/some handwritten corrections; spiral bound
      3.   handwritten onionskin full score masters; loose
      4.   set of parts masters and prints, w/handwritten corrections; loose
      5.   handwritten sketches; loose
      6.   typed script w/handwritten notes plus sheets of frame sequences; loose

Box 13:

Earthquakers. 1943. Instrumental: orchestra. Chodorov, Jerome;  Army Air Forces First Motion
      Picture Unit. original soundtrack.
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten corrections and notes; cloth bound
      2.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten corrections and notes; spiral bound
      3.   handwritten score w/corrections and notes; spiral bound
      4.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes and separate handwritten sheet;
           loose, folded

Elegy. 1957. Instumental: (piano) title in 2 boxes.
      1.   handwritten score; loose

Box 14:

Erie Canal. 1944. Instrumental: orchestra. title in 2 boxes.
      1.   facsimile manuscript score, some handwritten notes; paper bound
      2.   facsimile manuscript score, some handwritten notes; spiral bound
      3.   facsimile manuscript score; cloth bound
      4.   (manuscript) onionskin full score; loose

Box 15:

Erie Canal (box 2). 1944. Instrumental: orchestra. title in 2 boxes.
      1.   handwritten and facsimile manuscript parts scores w/corrections and notes; loose
      2.   handwritten percussion and reduced brass parts scores w/corrections and notes, "set
           #2, use w/full winds and strings in set #1"; loose, w/rental receipts
      3.   facsimile manuscript tissues of string parts; loose
      4.   miscellaneous handwritten and facsimile manuscript parts scores w/handwritten
           corrections and notes, "Not to be used"; loose, folded

Box 16:

Evening Song, Op. 8, No. 4. 1937. Vocal: voice and piano. Lanier, Sidney. 
      1.   facsimile manuscript score; loose, folded
      2.   facsimile manuscript score; loose, folded
      3.   facsimile manuscript score; card bound
      4.   printed onionskin score; loose

Fables in Song. 1950-1969. Vocal: medium voice and piano. Roethke, Theodore. The Kitty-cat
      Bird; The Lamb; The Serpent; The Sloth.
      1.   printed and facsimile manuscript scores (some multiples); loose, folded
      2.   handwritten sketches; loose
      3.   handwritten score of part 4: "the Serpent"; loose
      4.   photocopies of "the Kitty-Cat Bird" and "the Serpent"; loose
      5.   handwritten, printed and copied onionskin scores, loose w/receipt

A Faculty Invention. 1973? Instrumental. 
      1.   handwritten sketch; loose

Fanfare and March. 1946. Instrumental: band. 
      1.   handwritten score w/notes; hardbound
      2.   set of copies of printed parts scores w/handwritten note, "extracted by Air Force
           Band"; loose
      3.   printed onionskin score, loose

Fanfare for a Festival. 1974. Instrumental. 
      1.   handwritten sketch; loose

Box 17:

Fanfare for One World. 1947-1970. Instrumental: winds, brass, string bass and percussion. 
      1.   facsimile manuscript score, some handwritten notes; spiral bound (oversize)
      2.   copied score w/handwritten notes; spiral bound, no covers
      3.   negative photostats of full score; loose
      4.   negative photostats of original pencil full score; loose
      5.   copies of photostats; loose
      6.   copies of photostats; loose
      7.   facsimile manuscript parts scores w/some partially erased handwritten notes; loose,
           folded
      8.   handwritten tissues of parts scores; loose w/receipt
      9.   photocopy of handwritten instrumentation note; loose w/receipt
      10.  program of premier performance 

Fanfare for Orchestra (originally for band). n.d. Instrumental: orchestra. 
      1.   printed score w/handwritten notes; spiral bound
      2.   (handwritten) onionskin score; loose
      3.   facsimile manuscript parts scores; loose, folded, w/receipts

Box 18:

Fanfare for the Century. 1968. Instrumental: 6 part brass choir. 
      1.   handwritten sketches; loose
      2.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes, "first version"; spiral bound, no
           cover
      3.   facsimile manuscript score (first version) w/handwritten notes; unbound
      4.   handwritten onionskin score (first version); loose
      5.   facsimile manuscript trumpet and trombone parts scores (first version); loose,
           folded
      6.   handwritten parts tissues (first version); loose
      7.   facsimile manuscript score ("orig. version"); spiral bound, no cover
      8.   facsimile manuscript score (copy of '7'); loose, folded
      9.   facsimile manuscript score (copy of '7'); loose, folded
      10.  handwritten onionskin score (final version, trps in C); loose 
      11.  two sets of facsimile manuscript trumpet and trombone scores, some handwritten
           notes (final version, trps in C); loose
      12.  photocopy tissue score and parts (final version); loose

A Festival Opening for Orchestra. 1957. Instrumental: orchestra. 
      1.   (facsimile) manuscript score w/handwritten notes, "Desk Copy"; spiral bound
      2.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes; spiral bound
      3.   facsimile manuscript parts scores (some in multiples), some w/handwritten notes
           and separate sheet of handwritten notes; loose w/receipt
      4.   composer's pencil original onionskin score; loose
      5.   handwritten onionskin parts scores; loose

Box 19:

Five Birthday Pieces. 1968-1974. Instrumental: recorders, SA and ST or flute and clarinet. 
      1.   facsimile manuscript score. 2 rec, "Return to G.K. ..."; folded and taped
      2.   facsimile manuscript score, 2 rec; folded and taped 
      3.   facsimile manuscript score, 2 rec; folded and taped
      4.   reverse printed onionskin score, 2 rec.; loose
      5.   handwritten score w/corrections and notes, "Reflection in a Mirror" ("Reflection in a
           Pool"), 2 rec; loose
      6.   handwritten score w/corrections and notes, "Rossini" ("Chase Music"), 2 rec.; loose
      7.   facsimile manuscript part scores, different versions, "Mr. O'Malley's March", 2 rec;
           loose, folded
      8.   handwritten onionskin score, "Mr. O'Malley's March", 2rec; loose
      9.   facsimile manuscript score. fl and cl; loose
      10.  handwritten onionskin score, fl and cl; loose

Box 20:

Five Theatrical Sketches. 1971. Instrumental: violin, violoncello and piano.
      1.   facsimile manuscript score, handwritten address, taped on performance program and
           handwritten note; spiral bound
      2.   facsimile manuscript score, "Shapiro"; spiral bound
      3.   printed score w/handwritten notes and correction; folded
      4.   facsimile manuscript score; card bound
      5.   facsimile manuscript score; card bound
      6.   handwritten score, "Original Pencil Score"; loose
      7.   reverse printed onionskin score; loose 
      8.   printed string parts scores w/handwritten notes and corrections plus three separate
           sheets handwritten notes; folded
      9.   facsimile manuscript string parts scores w/handwritten notes and corrections; taped,
           card bound
      10.  facsimile manuscript string parts scores; loose, folded
      11.  handwritten parts onionskin scores; loose w/receipt

Box 21:

Folk Song Suite: Camptown Races. 1944. Instrumental: chamber orchestra. 
      1.   copy of handwritten score w/notes and separate sheet with handwritten note, BBC
           version; loose

Fortune, Op. 1, No. 7. 1931. Vocal: voice and piano. Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson Baron. 
      1.   handwritten score; taped, card bound
      2.   handwritten score w/dedication; folded and taped

Four Nocturnes. 1974-1975. Instrumental: piano and orch. 
      1.   handwritten tissues w/handwritten sketch, "II"; loose
      2.   facsimile manuscript tissues, "II"; loose
      3.   handwritten sketches, "Nocturnes for Piano and Orchestra"; loose

Frankie and Johnnie: Dance Sequence. 1946. Instrumental/vocal: dance band and folk singer.
      Roxy Theatre;  Foster, Gae; Villard, Paul. 
      1.   facsimile manuscript score; spiral bound

Fugue in B flat Minor. 1933-1934. Instrumental: string quartet. 
      1.   handwritten or facsimile manuscript score; card bound

Gerald McBoing Boing. 1950. Instrumental: narrator and chamber orch. Seuss, Dr. (Geisel,
      Theodor). 
      1.   photocopy of handwritten score; loose
      2.   two photocopies of p.1 of handwritten score; loose

Great American Game. 1946. Vocal: voice and piano. Vandevere, J. Lilian. 
      1.   handwritten onionskin score w/handwritten corrections; loose

Handbells for Manhattan. 1969. Instrumental: bells. 
      1.   handwritten score; loose

L'Heure Des Adieux, Ou Mieux, D'au Revoir (Souvenir de Pope Jean XXCIII). 1963.
      Instrumental. 
      1.   two copies facsimile manuscript score, one w/handwritten date change; loose
      2.   two copies facsimile manuscript score; taped
      3.   handwritten score; loose
      4.   handwritten onionskin score; loose

Box 22:

Hiroshima. 1958. Instrumental: orchestra. CBS: "The Twentieth Century". original soundtrack.
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes and corrections; spiral bound
      2.   handwritten score w/notes and corrections; loose, folded
      3.   handwritten onionskin score, separated by sequence number; loose
      4.   facsimile manuscript score "Pop's Tune" (seq. 3); loose, folded
      5.   script and programming notes for film and score; loose
           a.   typed background research material
           b.   typed sequence sheet
           c.   typed narration script
           d.   typed and handwritten sequence and time charts
           e.   reel time charts

Homage a Mr Bruno (architech extrordinaire). 1975. Instrumental. 
      1.   photocopy of handwritten manuscript score; loose

How Lovely Thy Place (Psalm Eighty-Four). 1944. Choral: mixed voices. 
      1.   handwritten onionskin score w/note; loose

Box 23:

I Thank a Fool. 1962. Instrumental: orchestra. Metro Goldwyn Mayer; De Grunwald Productions.
      original soundtrack; title in 4 boxes.
      1.   handwritten score w/notes and corrections, part one; spiralbound                       
      2.   handwritten score w/notes and correction, part two; spiral bound
      3.   handwritten sketches; loose
      4.   handwritten sketches; loose
      5.   handwritten and facsimile manuscript scores "Pop Tunes", w/some parts scores;
           loose, folded
      6.   handwritten score w/notes, section 8M2 "Irish Jig"; loose, folded
      7.   facsimile manuscript cue sheet scores; folded and taped in sections    

Box 24:

I Thank a Fool (box 2). 62. Instrumental: orchestra. Metro Goldwyn Mayer; De Grunwald
      Productions. original soundtrack; title in 4 boxes.
      1.  facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes; folded and taped in sections       

Box 25:

I Thank a Fool (box 3). 1962. Instrumental: orchestra. Metro Goldwyn Mayer; De Grunwald
      Productions. original soundtrack.
      1.   facsimile manuscript parts scores w/handwritten notes, Alternative Main Title;
           loose, folded  
      2.   facsimile manuscript parts scores w/handwritten notes, Titles 1M1; loose, folded
      3.   facsimile manuscript parts scores w/handwritten notes, 3M2; loose, folded  
      4.   facsimile manuscript parts scores w/handwritten notes, 4M1; loose, folded
      5.   facsimile manuscript parts scores w/handwritten notes, Alternative 4M1; loose,
           folded
      6.   facsimile manuscript parts scores w/handwritten notes, 4M2; loose, folded
      7.   facsimile manuscript parts scores w/handwritten notes, 5M1; loose, folded
      8.   facsimile manuscript parts scores w/handwritten notes, 6M1; loose, folded
      9.   facsimile manuscript parts scores w/handwritten notes, 6M1a; loose, folded
      10.  facsimile manuscript parts scores w/handwritten notes, 7M1; loose, folded
      11.  facsimile manuscript parts scores w/handwritten notes, Alternative 7M2; loose,
           folded

Box 26:

I Thank a Fool (box 4). 1962. Instrumental: orchestra. Metro Goldwyn Mayer and De Grunwald
      Productions. original soundtrack; title in 4 boxes.
      1.   facsimile manuscript parts scores w/handwritten notes, 8M1; loose, folded
      2.   facsimile manuscript parts scores w/handwritten notes, 8M2-x; loose, folded
      3.   facsimile manuscript parts scores w/handwritten notes, 8M3; loose, folded
      4.   facsimile manuscript parts scores w/handwritten notes, 8M3a-b; loose, folded
      5.   facsimile manuscript parts scores w/handwritten notes, 9M1; loose, folded
      6.   facsimile manuscript parts scores w/handwritten notes, 9M2; loose, folded
      7.   facsimile manuscript parts scores w/handwritten notes, 9M3; loose, folded
      8.   facsimile manuscript parts scores w/handwritten notes, 10M2; loose, folded 
      9.   facsimile manuscript parts scores w/handwritten notes, 11M2; loose, folded  
      10   facsimile manuscript parts scores w/handwritten notes, 11M3; loose, folded  

Box 27: 

In Praise of Johnny Appleseed. 1936-1961. Choral: cantata; chorus, bass-baritone solo, and orch.
      Lindsay, Vachel. title in 4 boxes.
      1.   textual background material
           a.   typed poem, "In Praise of Johnny Appleseed" by Vachel Lindsay 
           b.   bound excepts from Century Magazine August 1921, "In Praise of Johnny      
                Appleseed" by  Vachel Lindsay and "The Rodin of American Poetry: a criticism
                of the Lindsay poem" by Glenn Frank  
           c.   photo and Appleseed newspaper article in envelope to "Mrs. Kubik"
           d.   Reader's Digest article (n.d.)"The Saga of Johnny Appleseed" condensed from
                Coronet, April 1937     
           e.   Harper's New Monthly vol. 43 no. 258 article " Johnny Appleseed: a Pioneer
                Hero"
           f.   printed poem "Rhyme of Johnny Appleseed" by Nancy Byrd Turner from Child
                Life, May 1941
           g.   "The Story of Johnny Appleseed" print advertisement for Traveler's Insurance
                Company, from Collier's
           h.   three separate, handwritten sheets of Appleseed related information
      2.   handwritten or facsimile manuscript score w/program and instrumentation notes
           taped in; hardbound; 1936-1938               
      3.   (facsimile) manuscript piano and vocal reduction score; card bound; 1936
      4.   facsimile manuscript piano and vocal reduction score, part three; card bound; 1936   
      5.   handwritten parts onionskin scores; looses; 1936-1938?

Box 28:

In Praise of Johnny Appleseed (box 2). 1936-1961. Choral: cantata; chorus, bass-baritone solo, and
      orch. Lindsay, Vachel. title in 4 boxes.
      1.   handwritten sketches; loose; 1960-1961
      2.   handwritten score w/corrections and notes; loose; 1961
      3.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes, part I, p. 1-7; loose; n.d.   
      4.   printed (pt. 1 published; pt. 2, 3 ?) score w/handwritten notes; folded and stapled
      5.   copy of published score w/handwritten notes, reduction for two pianos; spiral
           bound; 1961

Box 29:

In Praise of Johnny Appleseed (box 3). 1936-1961. Choral: cantata; chorus, bass-baritone solo, and
      orch. Lindsay, Vachel. title in 4 boxes.
      1.   (printed) onionskin score; loose;  n.d.

Box 30:

In Praise of Johnny Appleseed (box 4). 1936-1961. Choral: cantata; chorus, bass-baritone solo, and
      orch. Lindsay, Vachel. title in 4 boxes.
      1.   printed vocal score; loose and folded
      2.   printed vocal score; loose and folded
      3.   printed vocal score part, p. 157-216, loose and folded

Box 31:

Intermezzo: Music For Cleveland. 1966-1968. Instrumental: piano. 
      1.   six copies of facsimile manuscript score; loose, folded
      2.   handwritten sketches w/notes; loose
      3.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten revisions, "First draft"; unbound
      4.   handwritten onionskin score; loose
      5.   reverse copies of tissue score; loose

A Kansas Idyl. 1970. Instrumental: clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet, percussion, piano, 2 violins,
      viola, violoncello and string bass. 
      1.   handwritten score w/corrections and notes; loose, folded
      2.   handwritten onionskin parts scores; loose

Leopold the See-Through Crumbpicker. 1969. Instrumental: clarinet, trumpet, piano and string
      bass. Fiore, James; Bernal, William. 
      1.   typed draft of script w/handwritten notes; loose
      2.   typed draft of script w/handwritten notes; loose
      3.   film frame sequence sheets; loose
      4.   film sequence notes, some onionskin; loose
      5.   handwritten sketch pages w/corrections and notes; loose   
      6.   handwritten sketches w/corrections and notes; loose
      7.   photocopy of pencil sketches; loose
      8.   photocopied score w/handwritten notes; loose
      9.   handwritten onionskin score w/typed composer's comments and usage notes; loose
      10.  photocopy of score, onionskin  version; loose

Litany and Prayer (pt. 1): A War Time Litany (A Service of Intercession for the War). 1943.
      Vocal: choral; men's chorus, brass and percussion. Episcopal Book of Common Prayer. 
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten dedication; loose, folded
      2.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten dedication; loose, folded

Box 32: 

Magic, Magic, Magic (Household Magic; A New Texas Grimorium). 1972-1978. Choral: chamber
      chorus, solo voices, and piano or orchestral accompaniment. 1. traditional texts,
      arranged by Joan Allred; 2. Walter, Eugene (from "A New Texas Grimorium"); 3.
      Walter, Eugene (from "Household Magic" or "New Southern Grimorium"). 1.
      Invocation; 2. Spell to Bring the Longed for Letter; 3. Exu-zin-ho. title in 3 boxes.
      1.   typed and handwritten text and background material; loose; H.M
           a.   photocopy of typed text w/handwritten notes, "Household Magic"; loose; 
           b.   typed text w/handwritten notes, "Grimorium, or Household Magic" by Eugene
                Walter; loose; 1972
           c.   typed text w/handwritten notes, "Household Magic, or The New Texas
                Grimorium" by Eugene  Walter; loose; 1972
      2.   facsimile manuscript, piano-vocal reduction; loose 1972-1973; H.M.
      3.   handwritten sketches movement I "Invocation"; loose; 1972-1973; H.M
      4.   handwritten score movement I, includes performance program; loose; 1972-1973, H.M.
      5.   photocopy of #4 w/handwritten notes, loose; 1972-1973, H.M.
      6.   photocopy of #4; loose
      7.   photocopy of #4; loose
      8.   photocopy of handwritten score w/handwritten notes, movement I; spiral bound;
           1972-1973, H.M.
      9.   handwritten percussion part, movement I; loose; 1972-1973, H.M.
      10.  6 photocopies of handwritten percussion part, movement I; loose; 1972-1973, H.M.
      11.  handwritten piano reduction w/notes and corrections, movement I; loose; 1972-1973, H.M.
      12.  photocopy of score w/handwritten notes, movement I; loose; 1973-1976, (for M.M.M.?)
      13.  handwritten first draft sketches, movement II "Spell to Bring the Longed; for Letter";
           loose ; nm.d.
      14.  handwritten score w/notes and corrections, final version, movement II; loose; n.d.
      15.  handwritten score w/notes and corrections, piano-vocal, movement II; loose; n.d.
      16.  handwritten score w/notes and corrections, vocal-orch. movement II; loose; 1976
      17.  photocopied score, movement II; loose; 1976
      18.  photocopied score w/handwritten notes and note to engraver, movement II; spiral
           bound
      19.  handwritten onionskin score, movement II; loose; 1976
      20.  facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes and corrections, movement  II;
           loose; 1976
      21.  facsimile manuscript score, movement II; loose; 1976

Box 33:

Magic, Magic, Magic (Household Magic; A New Texas Grimorium) (box 2). 1972-1978. Choral:
      chamber chorus, solo voices, and piano or orchestral accompaniment1. traditional texts,
      arranged by Joan Allred; 2. Walter, Eugene (from "A New Texas Grimorium"); 3.
      Walter, Eugene (from "Household Magic" or "New Southern Grimorium"). 1.
      Invocation; 2. Spell to Bring the Longed for Letter; 3. Exu-zin-ho. title in 3 boxes.
      1.   handwritten sketches, movement III "Exu-zin-ho"; loose
      2.   photocopied final version sketches, movement III, cut and taped w/handwritten
           notes; loose
      3.   photocopy of #2, w/handwritten notes, movement III; spiral bound
      4.   handwritten score w/notes and revisions, pn and maracas, movement III; loose
      5.   handwritten score w/notes and revisions, pn and percussion, movement III; loose
      6.   photocopy enlargement of #5 (2 sheets per page); loose
      7.   handwritten score w/notes, movement III; loose; 1976
      8.   photocopy enlargement of #7 (2 sheets per page) w/handwritten notes p. 1; loose
      9.   handwritten onionskin score, movement III; 1976 
      10.  facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes, movement III; loose; 1976
      11.  facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes and corrections, movement III;
           loose; 1976

Box 34:

Magic, Magic, Magic (Household Magic; A New Texas Grimorium) (box 3). 1972-1978. Choral:
      chamber chorus, solo voices, and piano or orchestral accompaniment. 1. traditional
      texts, arranged by Joan Allred; 2. Walter, Eugene (from "A New Texas Grimorium"); 3.
      Walter, Eugene (from "Household Magic" or "New Southern Grimorium"). 1.
      Invocation; 2. Spell to Bring the Longed for Letter;  3. Exu-zin-ho. title in 3 boxes.
      1.   printed score, "Magic, Magic, Magic"; spiral bound ; 1976
      2.   revisions to be incorporated into full score, handwritten and photocopies; loose;
           1976 
      3.   handwritten score w/revisions, movement I; loose; 1973-1976
      4.   photocopy of printed score w/handwritten revisions and note to engraver, movement
           I (proof); loose
      5.   photocopy of printed score w/handwritten notes; movement I, 2nd proof; loose 
      6.   photocopy of printed score, movement I (final proof?); loose; 1977
      7.   photocopy of handwritten percussion part w/handwritten revisions, movement I;
           loose
      8.   photocopy of printed percussion part w/handwritten revisions and note to engraver;
           loose; 1977
      9.   photocopy of printed percussion part, movement I; loose; 1977
      10.  three printed percussion parts, movement I; loose, folded; 1978
      11.  photocopied score w/handwritten revisions plus separate sheets of notes, movement
           II. 2nd proof; loose; 1977
      12.  photocopy of printed score w/handwritten corrections, 2nd Proof; movement II;
           loose; 1977
      13.  photocopy of printed score movement II; TX Bicentennial version; loose; 1977
      14.  photocopy of printed score w/handwritten revisions plus separate sheet of notes,
           movement III; loose; 1977
      15.  photocopy of printed score movement III; loose; 1977

Box 35:

Manpower; Victory Shorts; Colleges at War. 1942. Instrumental: orchestra. United States Office
      of War Information Film Unit. original soundtracks.
      1.   handwritten scores w/notes; spiral bound

Memphis Belle. 1943-1944. Instrumental: orchestra. Army Air Forces First Motion Picture Unit;
      Koening, Lester. original soundtrack; title in 3 boxes.
      1.   handwritten score w/notes and corrections, part one; spiral bound; 1943
      2.   handwritten score w/notes and corrections, part two; spiral bound; 1943
      3.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes; spiral bound; 1943
      4.   facsimile manuscript w/handwritten notes; "Film Score"; cloth bound; 1943
      5.   facsimile manuscript conductor's score; cloth bound; 1944
      6.   facsimile manuscript conductor's score, parts 1-2; loose, folded

Box 36:

Memphis Belle (box 2). 1943-1944. Instrumental: orchestra. Army Air Forces First Motion Picture
      Unit; Koening, Lester. original soundtrack; title in 3 boxes.
      1.  handwritten score w/corrections and notes, some taped-in; cloth bound; 1944         
      2.  negative photostats of handwritten score w/title and instrumentation pages; loose; 1944
      3.  typed and handwritten notes and narration; loose

Box 37:

Memphis Belle (box 3). 1943-1944. Instrumental: orchestra. Army Air Forces First Motion Picture
      Unit; Koening, Lester. original soundtrack; title in 3 boxes.
      1.   eight copies facsimile manuscript Violin I parts scores, some handwritten notes;
           loose, folded
      2.   eight copies facsimile manuscript Violin II parts scores, some handwritten notes;
           loose, folded
      3.   six copies facsimile manuscript Viola I parts scores, some handwritten notes; loose,
           folded
      4.   five copies facsimile manuscript Cello parts scores, some handwritten notes; loose,
           folded
      5.   four copies facsimile manuscript Bass parts scores, some handwritten notes; loose,
           folded
      6.   set of facsimile manuscript Woodwind parts scores, some handwritten notes; loose,
           folded
      7.   set of facsimile manuscript Brass parts scores, some handwritten notes; loose,
           folded
      8.   set of facsimile manuscript percussion/piano parts scores, some handwritten notes;
           loose, folded
      9.   miscellaneous facsimile manuscript parts fragments and covers, some handwritten
           notes; loose, folded

Box 38:

Men and Ships. 1940. Instrumental: orchestra. United States Office of War Information Film
      Unit. original soundtrack.
      1.   (handwritten) score w/handwritten notes and taped-in prologue; cloth bound
      2.   handwritten and typed notes; loose

Menuet. n.d. Instrumental. 
      1.   handwritten score; loose     

A Mirror for the Sky. 1946-52. Opera. West, Jessamyn; Audubon, John James; Devany, Edward.
      title in 2 boxes; see also "Western Folio".
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes and corrections, "Overture"; spiral
           bound (used during the 1957 Stetson University production)        
      2.   facsimile manuscript scores, "Solo Songs"; spiral bound
      3.   facsimile manuscript scores w/handwritten notes, "Mirror: Assorted Solo Songs";
           spiral bound
      4.   facsimile manuscript scores, various songs; bound
      5.   facsimile manuscript scores, various songs; spiral bound
      6.   facsimile manuscript scores w/some handwritten notes, two piano reduction  "First
           Choral Suite"; spiral bound
      7.   facsimile manuscript scores w/some handwritten notes, two piano reduction  "First
           Choral Suite"; spiral bound

Box 39:

A Mirror for the Sky (box 2). 1946-1952. Opera. West, Jessamyn; Audubon, John James; Devany,
      Edward. title in 2 boxes; see also "Western Folio".
      1.   facsimile manuscript scores w/some handwritten notes, "Six Songs"; taped and
           folded
      2.   handwritten score "That's Not Why I Love You"; loose, folded
      3.   facsimile manuscript score "The Little Red Fox"; loose, folded
      4.   facsimile manuscript scores "Five Songs, Pop Versions"; loose, folded and taped
      5.   facsimile manuscript and printed onionskin scores, "Five Songs, Pop Version";
           loose
      6.   single sheet handwritten onionskin score, "When We Was But Little Chaps"; loose
      7.   (handwritten) onionskin score, "Big Chickey"; loose
      8.   handwritten onionskin scores, two songs, incomplete; loose
      9.   typed concert narration w/handwritten notes, "Lawrence University, Febuary 19,
           1968", incomplete; loose
      10.  three photocopies of typed concert narration w/handwritten notes, "Lawrence
           University, Febuary 19, 1968", w/handwritten notes;  loose
      11.  typed concert narration w/handwritten notes, "San Diego State College, May 1970";
           loose
      12.  photocopy of handwritten narration with separate handwritten note; loose
      13.  typed script w/handwritten notes; loose
      14.  copy of "9"; loose
      15.  typed script w/handwritten notes and revisions; card bound
      16.  typed script w/handwritten notes, "Revised"; card bound

Box 40:

Music for Bells. 1969. Instrumental: 37 bells. 
      1.   handwritten score w/corrections and notes; loose
      2.   photocopy of manuscript score w/title page; loose
      3.   photocopy of manuscript score w/handwritten notes; loose 
      4.   eight photocopies of manuscript score; loose

Musique Pour Venasque (Homages A` Venasque, Trois Petits Morceaux). 1964-1965. Instrumental:
      carillon. 
      1.   handwritten onionskin score; loose
      2.   photocopy of handwritten score; loose
      3.   photocopy of handwritten score, cut and taped; loose

New York: Nine to Five. 1952. Instrumental: piano. 
      1.   handwritten onionskin score, w/correction sheet; loose, taped

The Night Has a Thousand Eyes. 1930. Vocal: S or T voice and piano, with optional violin and
      violoncello. Bourdillon, Francis William. 
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten dedication ; loose, folded
      2.   facsimile manuscript score; loose, folded
      3.   facsimile manuscript score; card bound
      4.   handwritten onionskin score; loose
      5.   handwritten score w/notes; card bound
      6.   handwritten score w/notes, "When Love is Done"; taped
      7.   handwritten Cello and Violin scores; loose
      8.   handwritten Cello and Violin scores; loose
      9.   photostats of #8; loose
      10.  negative photostats of #8; loose

Ondine. 1960-61. Opera. Obaldia, René de. 
      1.   handwritten sketches; loose
      2.   facsimile manuscript score, Act II "Prisonnière D'un Songe"; loose, folded
      3.   handwritten onionskin score, Act II; loose
      4.   handwritten notes, English and French; loose
      5.   typed summaries and notes w/handwritten additions; loose
      6.   typed Act I, Version I w/handwritten additions, 1960 Villeneuve changes, French;
           loose                                                             
      7.   typed Act I, Version 2  w/handwritten additions, 1961 Mont Felix changes, French;
           loose
      8.   typed Act I w/handwritten notes, French; loose
      9.   typed Act I w/handwritten notes, French; loose 
      10.  typed Act I w/handwritten notes, English; loose
      11.  typed Act I w/handwritten notes, English; loose 
      12.  typed Act II w/handwritten notes, French; loose
      13.  typed partial Act II, French; loose
      14.  typed Act I w/handwritten and cut and taped notes and revisions, Version 2, French;
           loose
      15.  typed partial Act II w/handwritten notes, French; loose
      16.  typed synopsis w/handwritten notes, French; loose
      17.  copied set of #1 through-3; loose
      18.  copied set of #1-through 3; loose
      19.  copied set of #1-through 3; loose
      20.  manuscript of Eugene Walter translation of Fouque's "Undine" w/handwritten notes,
           English; loose

Box 41:

Ostinato, End Title: Army Air Corps Song Version No. 32,824,096 and Water Music. 1943.
      Instrumental: orchestra. original soundtrack.
      1.   handwritten score, "Ostinato" and "End Title"; spiral bound
      2.   facsimile manuscript scores w/handwritten notes, "Water Music", "End Title" and
           "Ostinato"; spiral bound  

Parade. 1957. Instrumental. 
      1.   handwritten score; loose

Paratroops. 1942. Instrumental: orchestra. United States Office of War Information Film Unit.
      original soundtrack; title in 3 boxes.
      1.   facsimile manuscript score; folded
      2.   facsimile manuscript score; cloth bound
      3.   facsimile manuscript score; spiral bound
      4.   facsimile manuscript score; spiral bound
      5.   handwritten onionskin score; loose
      6.   handwritten onionskin parts masters; loose 

Box 42:

Paratroops (box 2). 1942. Instrumental: orchestra. United States Office of War Information Film
      Unit. original soundtrack; title in 3 boxes.
      1.   facsimile manuscript woodwind parts; folded
      2.   facsimile manuscript brass parts; folded
      3.   facsimile manuscript piano and percussion parts; folded
      4.   facsimile manuscript violin parts; folded
      5.   facsimile manuscript (other) string parts; folded

Box 43:

Paratroops (box 3). 1942. Instrumental: orchestra. United States Office of War Information Film
      Unit. original soundtrack; title in 3 boxes.
      1.   (handwritten) woodwind scores w/handwritten corrections; loose
      2.   (handwritten) brass scores w/handwritten corrections; loose
      3.   (handwritten) piano and percussion scores w/handwritten corrections; loose
      4.   (handwritten) and photocopied violin scores w/handwritten corrections; loose
      5.   (handwritten) and photocopied (other) string scores w/handwritten corrections;
           loose
      6.   handwritten trumpet I scores w/handwritten corrections; loose
      7.   parts scores rental receipts; loose

Box 44:

Pastorale and Spring Valley Overture. 1947-1973. Instrumental: orchestra. title in 3 boxes.
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes; spiral bound; 1970-1973
      2.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes; spiral bound; 1970-1973
      3.   facsimile manuscript score, spiral bound; 1970-1973
      4.   facsimile manuscript score; spiral bound; 1969-1973

Box 45:

Pastorale and Spring Valley Overture (box 2). 1947-1973. Instrumental: orchestra. title in 3 boxes.
      1.   facsimile manuscript score, part I "Pastorale"; spiral bound; 1972
      2.   handwritten onionskin score, part I, original masters for cl, bssn, f horn, trp, perc,
           pn, strings; looses; 1972
      3.   facsimile manuscript score, part II "Spring Valley Overture"; spiral bound; 1947
      4.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes, part II "Spring Valley Overture";
           First Draft"; spiral bound; 1972
      5.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes, part II "Spring Valley Overture";
           spiral bound
      6.   handwritten score w/corrections and notes, "Spring Valley Overture"; loose; 1947
      7.   handwritten score w/handwritten and cut and taped corrections and notes, "Spring
           Valley Overture"; loose; 1947-1972
      8.   handwritten onionskin score, part II, "Overture for Orchestra; loose w/receipts
      9.   handwritten onionskin partial score, part II; loose; n.d.

Box 46:

Pastorale and Spring Valley Overture (box 3). 1947-1973. Instrumental: orchestra. title in 3 boxes.
      1.   nine copies (handwritten) Violin I part score w/handwritten notes; loose, folded
      2.   eight copies (handwritten) Violin II part score w/handwritten notes; loose, folded
      3.   seven copies (handwritten) Viola part score w/handwritten notes; loose, folded
      4.   seven copies (handwritten) Cello part score w/handwritten notes; loose, folded
      5.   five copies (handwritten) Bass part score w/handwritten notes; loose, folded   
      6.   (handwritten) Woodwind parts scores w/handwritten notes; loose,  folded
      7.   (handwritten) Brass parts scores w/handwritten  notes; loose, folded
      8.   (handwritten) Piano and Percussion parts scores w/handwritten  notes; loose, folded
      9.   (handwritten) onionskin String parts scores w/handwritten and cut out corrections;
           loose
      10.  (handwritten) onionskin Woodwind parts scores w/handwritten and cut out
           corrections; loose
      11.  (handwritten) onionskin Brass parts scores w/handwritten and cutout corrections;
           loose 
      12.  (handwritten) onionskin Piano and Percussion parts scores w/handwritten and cut
           out corrections; loose
      13.  parts rental receipt

Box 47:

Piece in Modal Style. 1933. Choral: soprano, alto, bass. 
      1.   handwritten score; card bound

Poem for Violin and Piano. 1941. Instrumental: violin and piano. 
      1.   (handwritten) score; taped and folded

Pop Tunes (Various Songs). 1940-1957. various. various. Bernal's Baby; Bye and Bye; If I Didn't
      Love You; I Got Connections; I'll Never Smile Again; Lux Spot No. 6;  The Man in the
      Mirror; Practice Makes Perfect; Right Now; Turn Off the Moon; Untitled.
      1.   "Bernal's Baby"; 1957 (Instumental: clarinet and string quartet)
           a.   handwritten score; loose, folded
           b.   (handwritten) score, "Imperial Tobacco Theme"; loose, folded
      2.   "Bye and Bye"; 1946 (Choral: mixed chorus); Neill, Larry
           a.   (printed) score; loose
           b.   handwritten onionskin score; loose
           c.   handwritten onionskin score, choral arrangement; loose
      3.   "If I Didn't Love You"; 1949 (Vocal: voice and piano); Mayhall, Jane
           a.   handwritten score; loose, folded
           b.   (printed) score; loose, folded
           c.   handwritten tissue score; loose
      4.   "I Got Connections"; 1941 (Vocal: voice and piano); Grossman, Miriam; Henkle, David
           a.   three copies facsimile manuscript score (for publication?) w/handwritten notes;
                loose, folded
           b.   handwritten tissues for (published) score; loose
      5.   "I'll Never Smile Again"; 1940 (Vocal: 6 male voices); unknown
           a.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes; loose, folded
      6.   "Lux Spot No. 6"; 1947 (Vocal: 1 male and 1 female voice, Hammond organ, piano
           or celeste, flute, guitar and string bass); J. Walter Thompson Advertising Agency;
           Proctor & Gamble
           a.   facsimile manuscript score; loose, folded
           b.   handwritten onionskin score w/cut-outs; loose
      7.   "The Man in the Mirror"; 1941 (Vocal: voice and piano); Grossman, Miriam;
           Henkle, David
           a.   facsimile manuscript score (for publication?) w/handwritten notes; loose, folded
           b.   facsimile manuscript score (for publication?); loose, folded
           c.   handwritten onionskin for published score, w/cut-outs; loose
      8.   "Practice Makes Perfect"; 1946 (Vocal: 6 male voices with piano); unknown
           a.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes; loose, folded
      9.   "Right Now"; 1943 (Vocal: voice with piano); Creamer, Thomas R.; Cheekov, Eddie
           a.   two copies facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes; loose, folded
           b.   four copies facsimile manuscript score; loose, folded
      10.  "Turn Off the Moon"; 1941 (Vocal: voice with piano); Grossman, Miriam; Henkle, David
           a.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes on reverse; loose, folded  
           b.   facsimile manuscript score; loose, folded
           c.   handwritten onionskin for published score; loose
      11.  Untitled; n.d. (Instrumental)
           a.   handwritten fragment; loose
      12.  typed lyrics w/handwritten notes; loose

Prayer and Toccata. 1968-1979. Instrumental: organ and small orch.; organ and 2 pianos. title in 3 boxes.
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten corrections, "Christmas Toccata"; spiral
           bound; 1968
      2.   facsimile manuscript score, "Christmas Toccata"; spiral bound, no cover; 1968
      3.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten dedication, "Christmas Toccata"; spiral
           bound; 1968
      4.   handwritten and facsimile manuscript sketches w/corrections, "Christmas Toccata",
           some onionskin; loose; 1968
      5.   handwritten addition to score, "Prayer"; loose; 1969

Box 48:

Prayer and Toccata (box 2). 1968-1979. Instrumental: organ and small orch.; organ and 2 pianos.
      title in 3 boxes.
      1.   facsimile manuscript score, organ and small orchestra; card bound; 1968-1969
      2.   facsimile manuscript score, organ and small orchestra; "Not Corrected'; card bound;
           1968-1969
      3.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten corrections, organ and small orchestra
           "Corrected", w/taped in performance program; card bound; 1968-1969
      4.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten corrections, organ and small orchestra,
           "Reduction"; "Corrected"; card bound; 1968-1969
      5.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten corrections, "Corrected" "Version I",
           organ and two pianos; spiral bound; 1968-1979
      6.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten corrections, "Version I", organ and two
           pianos; card bound; 1968-1979
      7.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten corrections,  "Version I", organ and two
           pianos; spiral bound; 1968-1979
      8.   photocopy of score "Version I", some handwritten notes; loose; 1968-1979
      9.   photocopy of score "Version I", few handwritten notes; loose; 1968-1979

Box 49:

Prayer and Toccata (box 3). 1968-1979. Instrumental: organ and small orch.; organ and 2 pianos.
      title in 3 boxes.
      1.   handwritten onionskin score, organ and small orchestra; loose w/receipt; 1968-1969
      2.   handwritten onionskin score, organ and two pianos, w/typed note sheets, corrected
           master; loose; 1969-1979
      3.   facsimile manuscript parts scores, organ and small orchestra, strings, piano and
           perc.; folded and stapled
      4.   facsimile manuscript parts scores, organ and small orchestra, woodwinds and brass;
           folded and stapled
      5.   handwritten parts onionskin scores w/notes, organ and small orchestra; loose
           w/receipt; n.d.

Box 50:

Prelude for Piano (First Movement of Suite for Three Recorders). 1941. Instrumental: piano. 
      1.   two copies facsimile manuscript score; loose, folded
      2.   handwritten onionskin score; loose 

Promenade. n.d. Instrumental: (piano) 
      1.   handwritten score; loose

Puck, a Legend of Bethlehem. 1940. Instrumental: flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet
      and string quartet. Duryee, Mary B.
      1.   facsimile manuscript score; cloth bound
      2.   handwritten onionskin score; loose
      3.   handwritten onionskin parts scores; loose
      4.   typed narration and production notes w/handwritten notes; loose

Radio Scores, NBC (Great Plays, World is Yours, etc). 1940-1941. Instrumental: orchestra. original
      soundtracks; title in 2 boxes.
      1.   handwritten scores w/handwritten corrections and notes, "The World is Yours" July 7-28,
           1940; loose, folded and taped
      2.   typed script w/handwritten notes, "The World is Yours" July 21, 1940; loose
      3.   handwritten scores w/handwritten corrections and notes, "The World is Yours"
           Aug. 4-25, 1940; loose, folded and taped
      4.   handwritten scores w/handwritten corrections and notes, "The World is Yours"
           Sept. 1-29, 1940; loose, folded and taped
      5.   handwritten scores w/handwritten corrections and notes, "The World is Yours"
           Oct. 6-20, 1940 and Jan. 25; loose, folded and taped 
      6.   typed script w/handwritten notes, "The World is Yours" Nov. 3, 1940; loose
      7.   typed script w/handwritten notes, "The World is Yours" Nov. 10, 1940; loose
      8.   typed script w/handwritten notes, "The World is Yours" Nov. 17, 1940; loose
      9.   typed script w/handwritten notes, "The World is Yours" Nov. 30, 1940; loose
      10.  typed script w/handwritten notes, "The World is Yours" Dec. 7, 1940; loose
      11.  typed script w/handwritten notes, "The World is Yours" Dec. 14, 1940; loose
      12.  typed script w/handwritten notes, "The World is Yours" Dec. 21, 1940; loose
      13.  typed script w/handwritten notes, "The World is Yours" Dec. 28, 1940; loose
      14.  typed script w/handwritten notes, "The World is Yours" Jan. 4, 1941; loose
      15.  typed script w/handwritten notes, "The World is Yours" Jan. 18, 1941; loose
      16.  typed script w/handwritten notes, "The World is Yours" Feb. 1, 1941; loose

Box 51:

Radio Scores, NBC (Great Plays, World is Yours, etc) (box 2). 1940-1941. Instrumental: orchestra.
      original soundtracks; title in 2 boxes.
      1.   handwritten scores w/handwritten corrections and notes, 'Incidental Music',
           including "Great Plays", November 1940-January 1941; loose
      2.   typed script w/handwritten notes, "Great Plays" Nov. 11, 1940; loose
      3.   typed script w/handwritten notes, "Great Plays" Nov. 24, 1940; loose
      4.   typed script w/handwritten notes, "Great Plays" Nov. 24, 1940, loose
      5.   typed script w/handwritten notes, "Great Plays" Dec. 1, 1940; loose
      6.   typed script w/handwritten notes, "Great Plays" Dec. 15, 1940; loose
      7.   typed script w/handwritten notes, "Great Plays" Dec. 22, 1940; loose
      8.   typed script w/handwritten notes, "Great Plays" Jan. 5, 1941; loose
      9.   typed script w/handwritten notes, "Great Plays" Jan. 26, 1941; loose
      10.  typed script w/handwritten notes, "Salute to the Southeast" Dec. 15, 1940; loose 
      11.  typed script w/handwritten notes, "Deadline Dramas" Jan. 12, 1941; loose 
      12.  handwritten notes; loose

Radio Sketches, CBS. 1945. Instrumental: orchestra. original soundtracks.
      1.   "Magnificent Obsession" handwritten score and typed script, w/corrections and
           notes; loose
      2.   Navy Day Celebration "Tribute to Victory" handwritten score and typed script,
           w/corrections and notes; loose
      3.   "Slim" (CBS Workshop) handwritten score and typed script, w/corrections and
           notes; loose                                             
      4.   "Intrigue" handwritten score and typed script, w/corrections and notes; loose
      5.   two separate sheets handwritten scores; loose

Box 52:

A Record of Our Time. 1970. Choral: cantata; chorus, orchestra and narrator. Swados, Harvey.
      title in 2 boxes.
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten corrections and notes; spiral bound
      2.   photocopied score w/handwritten and cut and taped notes; loose
      3.   photocopied score w/handwritten dedication; taped
      4.   photocopied score w/handwritten dedication; taped
      5.   photocopied score w/handwritten notes; taped

Box 53:

A Record of Our Time (box 2). 1970. Choral: cantata; chorus, orchestra and narrator. Swados,
      Harvey. title in 2 boxes.
      1.   photocopied score; taped
      2.   photocopied score; taped
      3.   photocopied score; taped
      4.   photocopied score; taped
      5.   handwritten text; loose
      6.   six photocopies of handwritten text; loose
      7.   photocopy of typed text w/notes; loose
      8.   photocopy of part I, page 1; loose

Box 54:

Rhumba. 1947. Instrumental: 2 pianos. 
      1.   facsimile manuscript score, reduction for two pianos; spiral bound, no cover
      2.   facsimile manuscript score, reduction for two pianos; spiral bound, no cover
      3.   handwritten onionskin score w/cut and taped revisions, reduction for two pianos;
           loose

Robert Shaw Chorale: American Folk Song Sketches. 1948. Choral: mixed or men's chorus, a
      cappella or with piano, one with violin. traditional. Book 1: He's Goin' Away; Lolly
      Too Dum; Tee Roo; The Candidates a Dodger; I Ride an Old Paint; Peter Gray; Black
      Jack Davy; Soon One Mornin' Death Come Creepin'; Santy Anno; Little Bird, Little
      Bird; Oh, Where Have You Been, My Good Ole Man. Book 2: John Henry; Johnny
      Stiles; Oh-A-Rock-A Mah Soul; Ballad ob de Boll Weevil; Creep Along Moses; Oh,
      My Liver and My Lungs; As I Went a Walking One Fine Summer's Evening; Adam in
      de Garden Pinnin' Leaves; Hop Up My Ladies; I'm Worried Now, But I Won't Be
      Worried Long.
      1.   (manuscript) scores, book one; bound
      2.   (manuscript) onionskins, book one; loose
      3.   handwritten score, The Candidates a Dodger; loose
      4.   handwritten score, Santy Anno; folded 
      5.   handwritten score, Peter Gray; folded 
      6.   handwritten score, Where Have You Been, My Good Ole Man; folded 
      7.   facsimile manuscript scores w/handwritten corrections and notes, Oh, Where Have
           You Been, My Good Ole Man; folded and taped
      8.   facsimile manuscript score, The Candidates a Dodger (2 copies); folded
      9.   facsimile manuscript score, Santy Anno; folded
      10.  photocopied scores, Peter Gray and Oh, Where Have You Been, My Good Ole Man;
           loose
      11.  single sheet, handwritten book one contents; previously taped 
      12.  (manuscript) onionskins, book two; loose.   
      13.  handwritten score, Oh-A-Rock-A Mah Soul; folded 
      14.  handwritten score, Ballad ob de Boll Weevil; folded 
      15.  handwritten score, I'm Worried Now, But I Won't Be Worried Long; folded
      16.  facsimile manuscript scores w/handwritten corrections and notes, Ballad ob de Boll
           Weevil; folded 
      17.  facsimile manuscript scores w/handwritten corrections and notes, I'm Worried Now,
           But I Won't Be Worried Long; folded
      18.  photocopied scores, Oh-A-Rock-A Mah Soul and Ballad ob de Boll Weevil; loose
      19.  (facsimile) manuscript, cut fragments of onionskin scores, loose

Box 55:

Robert Shaw Chorale: Choral Profiles. 1948. Choral: mixed, men's or women's chorus, with
      piano or a cappella. BenTt, Stephen Vincent; BenTt, Rosemary; Merrill, Phyllis.
      George Washington; Nancy Hanks; Miles Standish; Theodore Roosevelt; Abigail
      Adams; Oliver De Lancey; Woodrow Wilson; Christopher Columbus; Southern Ships
      and Settlers; Pioneer Women: Folk Song Fantasy; P.T. Barnum: Fun Piece; Peregrine
      White and Virginia Dare.
      1.   set of facsimile or handwritten onionskin scores, missing "Pioneer Women"; loose 
      2.   handwritten score, "Nancy Hanks"; loose

Robert Shaw Chorale: Choral Scherzos on Well Known Tunes. 1948. Choral: mixed chorus a
      cappella. traditional; Foster, Stephen; Winner, Septimus (Hawthorne, Alice).
      Polly-Wolly-Doodle; De Camptown Races; Oh, Dear, What Can the Matter Be?; Wee
      Cooper o' Fife; Listen to the Mocking Bird; Oh! Susanna.
      1.   handwritten onionskin scores; loose
      2.   handwritten score, "De Camptown Races"; loose, folded
      3.   (handwritten) score w/handwritten notes, "De Camptown Races"; loose, folded
      4.   handwritten score, "Oh! Susanna"; loose, folded
      5.   (handwritten) score w/handwritten notes, "Oh! Susanna", 2 copies; loose, folded

Robert Shaw Chorale: Home Ballads. 1948. Choral: mixed voices a cappella or with piano.
      Foster, Stephen; Scott, Alicia Anne Spotteswoode, Lady; Westendorf, Thomas P.;
      Moore, Thomas; Hume, Alexander; Douglas, William; Duthie, William; Cain, B..
      Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming; Beautiful Dreamer; Loch Lomond; Old Folks at
      Home; I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen; The Minstrel Boy; Flow Gently, Sweet
      Afton; Annie Laurie; Bendemeer's Stream; Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young
      Charms; March of the Men of Harlech; Aunt Dinah's Quilting Party
      1.   handwritten or facsimile manuscript score; hardbound
      2.   handwritten or facsimile manuscript onionskin scores, missing  "I'll Take You
           Home Again, Kathleen"; loose
      3.   handwritten score "Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming"; loose, folded
      4.   handwritten score "Old Folks at Home"; loose, folded
      5.   handwritten score "I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen"; loose, folded
      6.   handwritten score "The Minstrel Boy"; loose, folded
      7.   handwritten score "Flow Gently, Sweet Afton"; loose, folded
      8.   handwritten score "Bendemeer's Stream"; loose, folded
      9.   handwritten score "Aunt Dinah's Quilting Party"; loose, folded
      10.  photocopy of handwritten score "Loch Lomond;"; loose

(Robert Shaw Chorale): Various. 1948. Choral: men's or mixed chorus and piano. Giardini,
      Felice de; unknown; BenÉt, Stephen Vincent; Church, Kathryn Ragsdale. Come, Thou
      Almighty King; John Adams, Negro Spirituals, Western Wagons, When I Was But a Maiden.
      1.   handwritten or facsimile manuscript onionskin score, "Come, Thou Almighty
           King"; loose
      2.   handwritten score, "Come, Thou Almighty King"; loose, folded
      3.   handwritten pencil sketches, "John Adams"; loose, folded
      4.   handwritten onionskin score, "Negro Spirituals"; loose
      5.   handwritten onionskin score, "Western Wagons"; loose
      6.   handwritten onionskin score, "When I Was But a Maiden"; loose
      7.   song lists (2), previously taped; loose

Rode Concerto No. 6. 1930. Instrumental: violin. Rode, Pierre. 
      1.   handwritten score, "violin cadenza, first movement"; card bound

Saraband for Piano Solo. 1941. Instrumental: piano. 
      1.   facsimile manuscript score; loose, folded

Box 56:

Scenario for Orchestra (The Desperate Hours). 1955-1957. Instrumental: orchestra. title in 3 boxes;
      see also "The Desperate Hours".
      1.   handwritten score w/notes on title page; spiral bound
      2.   printed orchestral score w/handwritten corrections and notes; spiral bound

Box 57: 

Scenario for Orchestra (The Desperate Hours) (box 2). 1955-1957. Instrumental: orchestra. title in 3
      boxes; see also "The Desperate Hours".
      1.   printed orchestral score w/handwritten corrections and notes, "composer's copy",
           w/handwritten separate sheet of corrections; spiral bound
      2.   printed orchestral score; spiral bound
      3.   separate sheets of handwritten corrections, 1957; loose

Box 58:

Scenario for Orchestra (The Desperate Hours) (box 3). 1955-1957. Instrumental: orchestra. title in 3
      boxes; see also "The Desperate Hours".
      1.   eight printed Violin I parts scores w/some handwritten notes; loose, folded
      2.   eight printed Violin II parts scores w/some handwritten notes; loose, folded
      3.   seven printed Viola parts scores; loose, folded
      4.   six printed Cello parts scores; loose, folded
      5.   five printed Bass parts scores w/some handwritten notes; loose, folded
      6.   two printed Flute I and II parts scores; loose, folded
      7.   one Clarinet I and three Clarinet II printed parts scores; loose, folded
      8.   one Oboe I and two Oboe II printed parts scores; loose, folded
      9.   one Bassoon I and two Bassoon II printed parts scores; loose, folded
      10.  printed Horn I-IV parts scores; loose, folded
      11.  printed Trumpet I-III parts scores; loose, folded
      12.  printed Trombone I-III parts scores w/some handwritten notes; loose, folded
      13.  printed Bass Saxophone part score w/some handwritten notes; loose, folded
      14.  printed Tuba part score; loose, folded
      15.  two printed Piano part scores w/ handwritten notes; loose, folded
      16.  six printed Percussion part scores w/ handwritten notes; loose, folded

Box 59:

Scherzo: Anton Arensky Op. 33. 1932. Instrumental: piano and strings; solo piano. Arensky,
      Anton. two versions.
      1.   handwritten score, arrangement for piano and strings, w/handwritten notes; card
           bound
      2.   handwritten piano part score; loose, folded
      3.   handwritten string parts scores; loose, folded
      4.   handwritten score, arrangement for piano solo, w/handwritten notes; card bound
      5.   handwritten onionskin score, arrangement for piano solo w/cut out corrections;
           loose

Scherzo for Large Orchestra. 1940. Instrumental: orchestra. 
      1.   (handwritten) score w/handwritten dedication; spiral bound
      2.   printed onionskin score; loose 

Scherzo for Monique. 1960. Instrumental: piano. 
      1.   handwritten score; loose

Scholastica: A Medieval Set. 1972. Choral: a cappella chorus. 1. from Carmina burana, translated
      from the Latin by Quincy Howe; 2. translated from the Latin by Quincy Howe; 3.
      adapted from Duns Scotus, translated from the Latin by Quincy Howe; 4. translated
      from the Latin by Quincy Howe; 5. German, 13th cent, translated from the Latin by
      Quincy Howe. 
      1.   handwritten "final" score; loose, folded
      2.   handwritten sketches; loose
      3.   typed set of verse for lyrics w/handwritten notes and revisions; loose  
      4.   reverse printed onionskin vocal score; loose
      5.   six photocopies of handwritten score w/handwritten title addition; spiral bound 

Serenade for Cello and Piano. 1937. Instrumental: violoncello and piano. 
      1.   two copies facsimile manuscript violin part score, transcription for violin and piano;
           loose
      2.   handwritten onionskin violin part score, transcription for violin and piano; loose 

Box 60:

The Silent Sentinel. 1959. Instrumental: orchestra. CBS;  "The Twentieth Century". original
      soundtrack.
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes and attached film sequence notes;
           spiral bound
      2.   handwritten sketches; loose
      3.   typed script; loose
      4.   handwritten onionskin sequence score; loose
      5.   handwritten onionskin and facsimile manuscript parts sequence scores; loose 

Box 61:

Solace. 1935. Vocal: high voice with piano. Logan, Josephine Hancock. 
      1.   photocopy of handwritten score w/handwritten dedication; loose, folded and taped
      2.   photocopy of handwritten score w/handwritten notes; card bound
      3.   negative copy of score; loose

Sonatina for Clarinet and Piano. 1943-1959. Instrumental: piano and clarinet. 
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/ some handwritten notes; folded and stapled            
      2.   facsimile manuscript score; spiral bound, no cover
      3.   handwritten onionskin score; loose
      4.   printed clarinet part score w/handwritten notes; loose, folded
      5.   printed clarinet part score; spiral bound, no covers
      6.   printed onionskin clarinet part score w/ handwritten and cut and taped corrections;
           loose
      7.   photocopy of printed clarinet part score; loose

Sonatina for Violin and Piano. 1941. Instrumental: piano and violin. 
      1.   printed onionskin score w/handwritten and cut and pasted corrections, for published
           version; loose 
      2.   printed violin part onionskin score, w/handwritten and cut and pasted corrections,
           for published version; loose

Song and Scherzo. 1939-61. Instrumental: 2 pianos. 
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/ handwritten and attached corrections; spiral bound, torn
      2.   printed score w/handwritten and taped corrections, 'definitive copy'; loose, folded
      3.   printed score w/handwritten dedication, some handwritten notes; spiral bound
      4.   printed score; spiral bound
      5.   printed onionskin score; loose
      6.   photocopy of printed score; loose

Songs About Women. 1938. Vocal: voice with piano. Bickel, Mary; Maugham, W. Somerset;
      Wurdemann, Audrey. A Woman's Armor; Like a Clear, Deep Pool; She Who Was All Piety.
      1.   (facsimile) manuscript score w/note, "A Woman's Armor"; card bound
      2.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes and dedication, "Like a Clear, Deep
           Pool"; card bound
      3.   (handwritten) score, "She Who Was All Piety"; loose, folded

Songs for Karen. 1948-1949. Vocal: voice with piano. Kramer, Arthur; Norman, Gertrude. I Don't
      Like Dragons (If I Had a Penny); Lullaby for a Teddy Bear (Bedtime Song).
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten title and lyric revisions, "I Don't Like
           Dragons (If I Had a Penny)"; loose, folded
      2.   handwritten onionskin score w/handwritten and cutout revisions, "Lullaby for a
           Teddy Bear"; loose
      3.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten title and lyric changes: "Bedtime Song";
           loose    

Box 62:

Stewball. 1942. Instrumental: band. 
      1.   facsimile manuscript w/handwritten corrections and notes, reduction for two pianos;
           spiral bound
      2.   two handwritten onionskin sheets, two piano reduction; loose

String Quartet. 1960. Instrumental: string quartet. 
      1.   handwritten, cut and taped score; loose

String Quartet: Movement IV. n.d. Instrumental: string quartet. 
      1.   handwritten sketches; loose

String Quartet Op. 11: Slow Movement. 1937-1938. Instrumental: string quartet. 
      1.   facsimile manuscript score; spiral bound
      2.   handwritten onionskin score w/cut-out corrections; loose
      3.   facsimile manuscript parts scores; loose, folded
      4.   handwritten onionskin parts scores; loose

Suite for Orchestra (Suite for Large Orchestra). 1934. Instrumental: orchestra. 
      1.   (facsimile) manuscript score w/some handwritten notes; spiral bound
      2.   (facsimile) manuscript score, reduction for two pianos; card bound

Sunday at the Radamsky's (Sunday at the Radinsky's). 1966. Vocal. 
      1.   handwritten score w/taped-in invitation; loose, taped

Box 63:

Symphony Concertante. 1951-1954. Instrumental: trumpet, viola, piano and orchestra. 
      1.   printed score w/handwritten corrections and notes; folded and tied
      2.   printed score w/some handwritten notes; spiral bound
      3.   printed score; spiral bound
      4.   printed score; spiral bound 
      5.   printed score w/handwritten notes, solo piano; folded and stapled
      6.   handwritten onionskin scores, alternate pages 69a, 70a; loose    

Box 64:

Symphony for Two Pianos (based on Symphony in E flat). 1979. Instrumental: 2 pianos. 
      1.   facsimile manuscript score; spiral bound
      2.   facsimile manuscript w/handwritten and taped corrections and notes; spiral bound
      3.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten and taped corrections and notes; spiral
           bound
      4.   photocopy of score w/handwritten and taped corrections; loose
      5.   photocopy of score w/handwritten notes; loose

Symphony Fragment: Fugue. n.d. Instrumental: orchestra. 
      1.   handwritten score; loose

Box 65:

Symphony in E flat (Divitiae Virum Faciunt). 1946-1947. Instrumental: orchestra. title in 3 boxes.
      1.   printed score w/some handwritten notes, Movements I and II; all dates and
           copyright blocked out; spiral bound
      2.   published score w/some handwritten notes, Movements III and IV; all dates blocked
           out; spiral bound
      3.   facsimile manuscript score w/revisions and notes, reduction for two pianos; card
           bound
      4.   facsimile manuscript score w/revisions and notes, reduction for two pianos;
           "Symphony No. 1"; cloth bound
      5.   facsimile manuscript score, "Orchestral Sketches"; loose, folded
      6.   facsimile manuscript score, "Orchestral Sketches"; loose, folded

Box 66:

Symphony in E flat (Divitiae Virum Faciunt) (box 2). 1946-1947. Instrumental: orchestra. title in 3
      boxes.
      1.   (printed) onionskin parts masters, woodwinds; loose
      2.   (printed) onionskin parts masters, brass; loose
      3.   (printed) onionskin parts masters, strings and piano; loose
      4.   handwritten loose sheet identifying parts masters and reproductions as property of
           composer

Box 67:

Symphony in E flat (Divitiae Virum Faciunt) (box 3). 1946-1947. Instrumental: orchestra. title in 3
      boxes.
      1.   printed parts scores w/handwritten corrections, woodwinds; loose, folded
      2.   printed parts scores w/handwritten corrections, brass; loose, folded
      3.   printed parts scores w/handwritten corrections, piano and percussion; loose, folded
      4.   printed parts scores w/handwritten corrections, strings; loose, folded

Symphony No. 1 Scherzo: Piano Sketch. 1939. Instrumental: piano. 
      1.   (handwritten) score w/handwritten corrections and notes; spiral bound, torn 
      2.   facsimile manuscript score; loose, folded
      3.   handwritten sheet of corrections to score w/two mail receipts; loose

Symphony No. 2, in F. 1954-1956. Instrumental: orchestra. 
      1.   (facsimile manuscript) score; spiral bound
      2.   (facsimile manuscript) score w/handwritten corrections and notes; spiral bound
      3.   handwritten lists of corrections to score; loose

Box 68:

Symphony No. 3. 1956. Instrumental: orchestra. 
      1.   facsimile manuscript w/handwritten notes, taped in performance program and
           composers information; spiral bound
      2.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten corrections and notes; originally spiral
           bound, now loose
      3.   facsimile manuscript partial score p. 68-119; loose
      4.   handwritten sketches; loose
      5.   (printed) onionskin parts scores, strings and woodwinds; loose
      6.   (printed) onionskin parts scores, brass and percussion; loose
      7.   parts rental receipt; loose

Box 69:

Symphony; Scherzo. n.d. Instrumental: orchestra. 
      1.   handwritten onionskin string parts; loose
      2.   handwritten onionskin parts fragments; loose

They Walk Alone. 1941. Instrumental: organ. 
      1.   (handwritten) score; paper bound
      2.   (handwritten) onionskin masters; loose
      3.   negative copy of masters; loose 

Thunderbolt. 1945. Instrumental: orchestra. Army Air Forces First Motion Picture Unit. original
      soundtrack.
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes; cloth bound
      2.   handwritten score, part I; spiral bound
      3.   handwritten score, part II; spiral bound

Box 70:

Thunderbolt Overture. 1952-1957. Instrumental: orchestra. 
      1.   printed score w/handwritten corrections and notes; cloth bound
      2.   loose sheets, handwritten corrections/revisions

Toccata for Organ & Strings. 1946. Instrumental: organ and strings. 
      1.   printed score; paper bound
      2.   printed onionskin scores; loose 

Trio for Violin, Cello & Piano, op. 6. 1934. Instrumental: violin, violoncello and piano. 
      1.   handwritten onionskin score w/cut out corrections; loose
      2.   handwritten onionskin parts scores; loose

Trivialities, Op. 5. 1934-1936. Instrumental: flute, horn and string quartet. 
      1.   handwritten score w/notes; card bound
      2.   facsimile manuscript score; loose, folded
      3.   facsimile manuscript parts scores; loose, folded and taped
      4.   handwritten onionskin score; loose
      5.   handwritten onionskin parts scores; loose

Two Fugues for Piano. 1933. Instrumental: piano. 
      1.   handwritten score; card bound

Two Gals and a Guy. 1951. Instrumental: flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, trumpet, trombone, viola
      and piano. 
      1.   handwritten score w/ corrections and notes; spiral bound
      2.   handwritten onionskin score; loose 

Two Inventions for Piano. 1933. Instrumental: piano. Goetschius, Percy. 
      1.   handwritten score; card bound

Box 71:

Two Sketches for a String Quartet Op. 2. 1931-1936. Instrumental: string quartet. 
      1.   handwritten score; card bound
      2.   facsimile manuscript scores, parts I and II; loose, folded
      3.   handwritten onionskin scores, parts I and II; loose 
      4.   facsimile manuscript parts scores, some handwritten notes; card bound
      5.   facsimile manuscript parts scores; loose, folded
      6.   handwritten parts onionskin scores; loose 
	  
United Nations Hymn. 1945. Instrumental: orchestra. Shostakovich, Dmitry; Rome, Harold. 
      1.   handwritten score w/corrections and notes; spiral bound

Untitled Fragments. n.d. various. 
      1.   (facsimile) manuscript score w/handwritten notes, pages 12-27; loose folded
      2.   handwritten and photocopied pages of score w/corrections and notes; loose
      3.   handwritten score, pages 1-3; loose, folded
      4.   handwritten score, pages 5-10 plus unnumbered pages; loose
      5.   handwritten score fragments, w/typed sheet of lyrics w/handwritten corrections and
           notes; loose
      6.   handwritten and typed onionskin score, pages 50-51; loose
      7.   handwritten onionskin score, pages 17-51; "Spring Valley Overture"?; loose
      8.   "Reel IV", "World at War"?
           a.   handwritten onionskin pages of score w/corrections and notes; loose
           b.   negative copies of score, page 1-5, 12-13; loose
      9.   handwritten onionskin score, pages 11-12; loose
      10.  handwritten onionskin score w/corrections, pages 60-66; loose, taped
      11.  handwritten onionskin score; loose
      12.  handwritten onionskin score, single sheet

Box 72:

Variations on a 13th Century Troubadour Song. 1935. Instrumental: orchestra. unknown. 
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/some handwritten notes; spiral bound
      2.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten dedication note; spiral bound
      3.   handwritten onionskin score; loose 
      4.   facsimile manuscript parts scores, violins; loose, folded 
      5.   facsimile manuscript parts scores, other strings; loose, folded
      6.   facsimile manuscript parts scores, woodwinds; loose, folded
      7.   facsimile manuscript parts scores, brass and percussion; loose, folded
      8.   handwritten onionskin parts scores, w/rental receipt; loose 
      9.   handwritten onionskin score, reduction for two pianos; loose 

Box 73:

Variations on a Melody of Otto Luening. 1965. Instrumental. Luening, Otto; Haieff, Alexei;
      Frohue, Vincent; Smith, William O.; Trythal, Richard; Eaton, John; Helm, Everett. 
      1.   photocopied variations on score by various composers; loose

Venasque. n.d. Instrumental. 
      1.   handwritten score; loose

Violin Concerto in D Major. 1933. Instrumental: violin and orchestra. Mozart, Wolfgang
      Amadeus; Joachim, J(oseph). 
      1.   handwritten score; folded

A Vision of Judgment. n.d. Vocal. Map, Walter. 
      1.   typed poem w/handwritten musical sketches; loose

A Walk in the Country. 1957. Instrumental. 
      1.   handwritten score; loose

Western Folio. 1941-1952. Instrumental and vocal: orchestra; opera. West, Jessamyn. 54-40 or
      Fight; Music for Dancing; A Mirror for the Sky Overture; Freedom is a Hard Bought
      Thing; Spendin' Ain't a Sin; Along About Cockcrow; Conestoga Wagons; My Lord's a
      Forfended Place; I Like a Man with His Whiskers; Every Female is a Torso; Slave
      Girl's Song. title in 2 boxes. see also "A Mirror for the Sky".
      1.   facsimile manuscript scores w/some handwritten notes; cloth bound
      2.   facsimile manuscript score, w/handwritten notes, "54-40 or Fight: Centennial
           March"; cloth bound
      3.   facsimile manuscript score, "54-40 or Fight: Centennial March"; spiral bound
      4.   (handwritten) onionskin score, "54-40 or Fight: Centennial March"; loose 
      5.   printed score w/some handwritten notes, piano reduction, "Music for Dancing";
           folded   
      6.   printed score, piano reduction, "Music for Dancing"; loose, folded
      7.   (handwritten) onionskin score, piano reduction, "Music for Dancing"; loose
      8.   (handwritten) onionskin score, "Music for Dancing"; loose

Box 74:

Western Folio (box 2). 1941-1952. Instrumental and vocal: orchestra; opera. West, Jessamyn. 54-40
      or Fight; Music for Dancing; A Mirror for the Sky Overture; Freedom is a Hard Bought
      Thing; Spendin' Ain't a Sin; Along About Cockcrow; Conestoga Wagons; My Lord's a
      Forfended Place; I Like a Man with His Whiskers; Every Female is a Torso; Slave
      Girl's Song; Big Chickey; When We Was But Little Chaps. Scores received from
      Michael Green, Oregon. Items 1-17 may have been used for the Umpqua Cavalcade:
      Douglas County Centennial, Roseburg Oregon, Aug. 30-Sept. 1, 1952; items 17-18 may
      have been used for the same, or for the 1958 University of Oregon - Eugene production
      of "A Mirror for the Sky"; both directed by Horace W. Robinson. Mold damage. title in
      2 boxes. see also "A Mirror for the Sky".
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes, "54-40 or Fight"; loose, folded
      2.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes, "Music for Dancing"; loose, folded
      3.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes, piano reduction, "Music for
           Dancing"; loose, folded
      4.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes, "Overture: Mirror for the Sky ";
           loose, folded
      5.   facsimile manuscript vocal score, "Freedom is a Hard Bought Thing"; loose, folded
      6.   facsimile manuscript score, "Spendin' Ain't a Sin"; loose, folded
      7.   facsimile manuscript vocal  score, "Spendin' Ain't a Sin"; loose, folded
      8.   facsimile manuscript vocal  score, "Along About Cockcrow, choral version"; loose,
           folded
      9.   printed vocal  score, "Along About Cockcrow, choral finale", 2 copies; loose, folded
      10.  mimeograph vocal  score, "Along About Cockcrow, choral finale"; loose
      11.  facsimile manuscript vocal  score, "Conestoga Wagons", 2 copies; loose, folded
      12.  facsimile manuscript score  w/handwritten notes, "Conestoga Wagons"; loose,
           folded
      13.  facsimile manuscript vocal  score, "My Lord's a Forfended Place", 2 copies; loose,
           folded
      14.  facsimile manuscript score  w/handwritten notes, "My Lord's a Forfended Place";
           loose, folded
      15.  facsimile manuscript score  w/handwritten notes, "I Like a Man with His Whiskers",
           2 copies; loose, folded
      16.  facsimile manuscript score  w/handwritten notes, "Every Female is a Torso"; loose,
           folded
      17.  facsimile manuscript score  w/handwritten notes, "Slave Girl's Song"; loose, folded
      18.  facsimile manuscript vocal  score, "Big Chickey", 3 copies; loose, folded
      19.  facsimile manuscript vocal  score, "When We Was But Little Chaps"; loose, folded

Box 75:

When a Woman's Lost Her Man. 1949. Vocal: low voice and piano. Hughes, Langston. 
      1.   two copies printed score; loose, folded. 
      2.   printed score; folded, stapled. 
      3.   (printed) onionskin score; loose 

WITF Signatures. 1971. Instrumental: flute, oboe, 2 clarinets, horn, trumpet, viola, 2 percussion
      and piano. 
      1.   handwritten scores w/notes; loose; folded. 
      2.   handwritten onionskin scores; loose. 
      3.   facsimile manuscript scores w/handwritten corrections and notes; spiral bound
      4.   facsimile manuscript scores; spiral bound.  
      5.   handwritten and photocopied parts scores w/handwritten corrections and notes; loose

The World At War (America At War). 1942. Instrumental: orchestra. US Government Office of
      War Information. original soundtrack. title in 3 boxes.
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten dedication and small notes attached at
           relevant sections; spiral bound

Box 76:

The World At War (America At War) (box 2). 1942. Instrumental: orchestra. US Government
      Office of War Information. original soundtrack. title in 3 boxes.
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/small notes attached at relevant sections, handwritten
           dedication; spiral bound. 
      2.   handwritten sketches; loose.  
      3.   typed film script; loose

Box 77:

The World At War (America At War) (box 3). 1942. Instrumental: orchestra. US Government
      Office of War Information. original soundtrack. title in 3 boxes.
      1.   handwritten onionskin score w/cut and taped revisions; reels i-ii; loose
      2.   handwritten onionskin score w/cut and taped revisions; reels iii-iv; loose
      3.   handwritten onionskin score w/cut and taped revisions; reels v-vii; loose

WQXR Signatures. 1969. Instrumental: flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon, 2 trumpets,
      trombone, 2 violins, percussion and piano. 
      1.   photocopies of handwritten scores; loose

WRVR Signatures (Music for the Good Sheppard). 1968-1970. Instrumental: oboe, 2 clarinets, 2
      trumpets, trombone, violin, percussion and piano. 
      1.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes and corrections; spiral bound
      2.   facsimile manuscript score, 2 copies; spiral bound
      3.   handwritten onionskin score; loose 
      4.   facsimile manuscript score w/handwritten notes and corrections, incomplete; loose 
      5.   handwritten onionskin scores; loose 
      6.   handwritten onionskin scores, 3 line sketch reduction, 5 signatures; loose
      7.   3 handwritten and 1 photocopied parts scores w/corrections and notes; loose 
      8.   handwritten score w/corrections and notes, separate sheet identifying material as
           "WRVR Variations"; loose, folded 
      9.   handwritten parts scores w/corrections and notes, "WRVR Variations"; loose
      10.  photocopied parts scores, "WRVR Variations"; loose




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