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Box 40

Stravinsky, Igor-- Oedipus Rex (new version 1948) opera oratorio in two acts after Sophocles by Igor Stravinsky and Jean Cocteau. 1949.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
O 6(1). Plate no.B. & H. 16497. Clothbound.
Box 40

Stravinsky, Igor-- Requiem canticles (1966) for contralto and bass soli, chorus and orchestra. 1967.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey and Hawkes, Limited.
R 9(2). Plate no.19518. 9. 68. E.
Box 40

Stravinsky, Igor-- Introitus (1965) T.S. Eliot in memoriam. 1965.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
I 4(1). Plate no.B. & H. 19324.
Box 40

Stravinsky, Igor-- Variations (1964) Aldous Huxley in memoriam. 1965.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
V 3(1). Plate no.19290.
Box 40

Stravinsky, Igor--Concerto (1923-24, revised 1950) for piano and wind instruments. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey and Hawkes, Limited.
C35(1). Plate no.B. & H. 18766. 8-60 L & B.
Box 40

Stravinsky, Igor-- A sermon, a narrative and a prayer (1961). 1961.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
S20(1). Plate no.B. & H. 18784. 9-61 L & B.
Box 40

Stravinsky, Igor-- Eight instrumental miniatures (1962). 1963.

Physical Description: 3 copies. Two with buff wrappers one with white wrappers.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
I 3(1). Plate no.9906A. DSL lists dedication: Laurence(sic) Morton.
Box 40

Stravinsky, Igor--Octet (1923, new version 1952) for wind instruments. 1952.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
O 2(1). Plate no.B. & H. 17231. 10-55 L & B. p.1 legend in L.M.'s hand, added for 1952 revision. Changes are marked in pencil throughout.
Box 40

Stravinsky, Igor-- Chant du rossignol (1917) poeme symphonique pour orchestre. 1921.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
C13(3). Plate no.B. & H. 16312. H.P. B709. 448.
Box 40

Stravinsky, Igor-- Apollon Musagete (original 1928, rev. 1947) ballet en deux tableaux. 1949.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
A 7(2). Two copies in Box 40. Plate no.B. & H. 16213. 9-62 & 2-49 L & B. On copyright page of 2-49 in L.M.'s hand, Klemperer at premiere 16-14-4-4-6, Stravinsky changed to 8-8-6-4-4-4.
Box 40

Stravinsky, Igor--Movements (1959) for piano and orchestra. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
M13(1). Plate no.B. & H. 18676. 5-60 L & B. Two copies in Box 40, one of which contains occasional serial analysis.
Box 40

Stravinsky, Igor-- Threni (1958) lamentationes Jeremiae prophetae. 1958.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
T 6(1). Plate no.18438. 10-58 & 1-59 L & B. Two copies both with occasional pencil and pen analyses throughout in L.M.'s hand.
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--[Symphonies d'instruments a vent] Symphonies of wind instruments (revised 1947 version). 1952.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
S40(1).
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Octet (1923--new version 1952) for wind instruments. 1952.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
O 2(1). p.12 In L.M.'s hand: For repetition of Variation A (3 times in all) cf. Minuet of Mozart Diverimento K. 251, where each of 3 variations is followed by the minuet proper.
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Concerto en Mi b pour orchestre de chambre (Dumbarton Oaks 8-V-38). 1938.

Scope and Content Note

London: Schott & Company, Limited.
C32(2). This is the first published small score (plate 35383) distinguished from plate 35383a(C32[2a], also in box 41) by the legend 'Printed in England' at the bottom of the cover.
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Rag-time (1918) pour onze instruments. 1920.

Physical Description: There are two copies: one clothbound and one in wrappers.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester Limited.
R 1(3).
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor'--[Octet] Octuor (1923) pour instruments a vent. 1924.

Physical Description: Clothbound.

Scope and Content Note

Edited by Albert Spalding.
Paris: Edition Russe de Musique.
O 1(1).
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Concertino for 12 instruments (1952). 1953.

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement of the original work (1920), made by Igor Stravinsky in 1952.
Copenhagen: Wilhelm Hansen.
C30(1).
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Jeu de cartes (1936) ballet en 3 donnes. 1937.

Scope and Content Note

Mainz: B. Schott's Sohne.
C11(1).
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--L'Histoire du soldat (1918). 1924.

Scope and Content Note

Text by C.F. Ramuz.
London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
H 1(1).
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Symphonie en ut (1940). 1948.

Scope and Content Note

London: Schott & Company, Limited.
S43(1).
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Ode (1943), elegiacal chant in three parts. 1947.

Scope and Content Note

London: Schott and Company.
O 4(3).
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Les Noces (orchestrated 1923). 1923.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
N 1(3?). The plate no. matches, however DSL N 1(3) is listed as full score. This is a small score.
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--[Le Baiser de la fee] The fairy's kiss (Revised 1950 version). 1952.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
B 5(2). B. & H. 1669. 1-53 L & B.
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Concertino pour quatuor a cordes (1920). 1951.

Scope and Content Note

Edited and revised by Julia A. Burt, New York.
Copenhagen: Wilhelm Hansen, Musik-Forlag.
C28(2).
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Gorodetzky songs opus 6 (1908). 1912 or 1913.

Scope and Content Note

Russian text.
Moscow: Jurgenson Edition (plates 33364 & 33365).
M11(1). One photocopy and one photographic print in envelope.
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Capriccio for piano and orchestra (revised 1949 version). 1952.

Scope and Content Note

London: Hawkes & Son, Limited.
C 9(1).
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Monumentum (1960) pro Gesualdo di Venosa ad CD annum. Three madrigals re-composed for instruments. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
M12(1).
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor-- L'Histoire du soldat (1918). n.d.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Edwin F. Kalmus.
H 1(3).
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Suite [no.2] for small orchestra (1921). 1926.

Scope and Content Note

Wien: Philharmonische Verlag.
S31(3). From 1925 Chester Edition. Date of composition is incorrectly listed as 1925 in DSL.
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Renard (1916). 1917.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
R 7(2).
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Le Faune et la bergere opus 2 (1906). 1964, 1913.

Scope and Content Note

Bonn: M.P. Belaieff.
F 2(1).
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Quatre etudes pour orchestre (1928). 1947.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited, by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
E 8(2).
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Concerto en Mi b pour orchestre de chambre (Dumbarton Oaks 8-V-38). 1938.

Scope and Content Note

Mainz: B. Schott's Sohne.
C32(2[a]). This is the revised small score (plate 35383a) printed in Germany. L.M. has writtenrevised edition in the upper right hand corner of the cover.
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Berceuses du chat (1916). 1917.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
B13[1]. This is probably the earliest edition. Confusion arises as it appears that the first edition of the score was published by Chester and the first edition of the piano reduction by Ad Henn.
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Berceuses du chat (1916). 1925.

Scope and Content Note

Wien: Philharmonischer Verlag.
B13[2]. DSL dates this plate no.W.Ph.V. 292/J.W.C 14a as 1917 Chester edition. This is a reprint of the 1917 score.
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Suite no.1 for small orchestra (1925). 1927.

Scope and Content Note

Wien: Philharmonischer Verlag.
S30(2).
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--[Le Sacre du Printemps] Danse sacrale from Le Sacre du Printemps (revised version 1943) for orchestra. 1945.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Associated Music Publishers, Incorporated.
S 6(1).
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Trois pieces pour quatuor a cordes (1914). 1922.

Physical Description: 2 copies.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
P35(3). The four-hand piano version is from 1914-15. The quartet is actually from 1918.
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Trois pieces pour quatuor a cordes (1914). 1922.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited, by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
P35(4). The four-hand piano version is from 1914-15. The quartet is actually from 1918.
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Gorodetzky songs opus 6 no.2 Rosionka (Der Heilige Tau) (1908). 1912 or 1913.

Scope and Content Note

Russian and German (ubersetzung von M.D. Calvocoressi).
Soviet edition.(plate no.861).
M11(). DSL makes reference to the German trans. but lists only the plate numbers of M11(1). Two copies in envelope: Library of Congress copy with cover--Biblioteque National copy, no cover.
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Scherzo fantastique (1908) fur grosses orchester.

Scope and Content Note

Mainz: B. Schott's Sohne.
S15(2).
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Concertino pour quatuor a cordes (1920). 1923.

Scope and Content Note

Edited and revised by Julia A. Burt, New York.
Copenhagen: Wilhelm Hansen.
C28(1). Signed by Gilbert Grau and L.M.
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Symphonie Es-dur (1907). 1914.

Scope and Content Note

Bad Godesberg: Rob. Forberg.
S45(3).
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Gorodetzky songs opus 6. 1920.

Scope and Content Note

Russian and German.
Jurgenson Edition.
M11(). DSL makes reference to the German translation but lists only the plate numbers of M11(1). Photocopy in envelope marked Stravinsky's own copy is this one, which he calls 'first edition'.
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Gorodetzky songs opus 6 no.1 La Novice. Chanson de Printemps (Spring. The cloister) (1908). 1912 or 1913.

Scope and Content Note

English and French translation by M.D. Calvocoressi.
Moscow & Leipzig: P. Jurgenson and Rob. Forberg (plates 36199).
M11(). DSL makes reference to the English and French translations but only lists the plate numbers of M11(1). Photocopy in envelope.
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Concerto en re (1931) pour violon et orchestre. 1931.

Scope and Content Note

Mainz: B. Schott's Sohne.
C41(1).
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Suite no.2 for chamber orchestra (1921). 1925.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
S31(5).
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Ragtime (1918) for 11 instruments. 1924.

Scope and Content Note

Wien: Philharmoniche Verlag.
R 1(5). Reprint of 1921 J. & W. Chester edition.
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--[Pulcinella Suite] Suite de Pulcinella (1920) pour petit orchestra d'apres J.B. Pergolesi. 1924.

Scope and Content Note

Edited by Albert Spalding, New York.
Paris: Edition Russe de Musique.
P61(1). Some pencil clarifications of the instrumentation in L.M.'s hand.
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Pulcinella suite (revised 1949 version). 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Edited by Albert Spalding, New York.
London: Boosey & Hawkes.
P63(1). Pencil notes in L.M.'s hand of differences between this and the 1924 edition.
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--Petrouchka (revised 1947 version) burlesque in four scenes. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey and Hawkes, Limited.
P16(1).
Box 41

Stravinsky, Igor--[Le Baiser de la fee] Divertimento (nouvelle 1949 version) Suite du ballet: The fairy's kiss. 1950.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
B 9(1). Some pencil notes in L.M.'s hand, comparisons with the violin excerpts.
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Epitaphium (1959) fur das grabmal des prinzen Max Egon zu Furstenberg. 1959.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
E 6(1).
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Agon (1954-57) ballet for twelve dancers. 1957.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
A 4(1).
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Septet (1953). 1953.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
S18(1).
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Praeludium for jazz ensemble (1937, the string parts were added in June 1953). 1968.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
P53(1). Confusion arises from the fact that the although the score indicates that the string parts were added in June 1953. Both versions have string parts.
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Three songs from Shakespeare (1953) for mezzo soprano, flute, clarinet and viola. 1954.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
S26(2). Penciled serial analysis throughout.
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--In memoriam Dylan Thomas (1954) for tenor voice, string quartet and four trombones. 1954.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
I 1(2).
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Four songs for voice, flute, harp and guitar (1918, instr. 1953). 1955.

Scope and Content Note

Phonetic Russian text by the composer. English translation by Robert Craft.
London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
S25(1). DSL dates this version 1954 contradicting published score.
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Two poems [by Balmont] (1947) and three Japanese lyrics (1913) for high voice & piano. 1956.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey and Hawkes, Limited.
P49(2) & P51(2).
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--J.S. Bach: Choral variationen uber das weinachtslied Vom Himmel hoch dakomm' ich her. (1956). 1956.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
Z 1(2).
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Requiem canticles (1965-66) for contralto and bass soli, chorus and orchestra. 1967.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes Limited.
R 9(1).
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Movements (1958-59) for piano and orchestra. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
M14(1). Stamped for copyrighting purposes on front cover. Includes autographed analysis of 4th movement (2 sheets) by Ingolf Dahl. The opening is also analysed, apparently by L.M.
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--A sermon, a narrative and a prayer (1960-61) cantata for alto and tenorsoli, speaker, chorus and orchestra. 1961.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
S20(2). Inserted are transcriptions of sketches by I.S. The score itself includes a serial analysis by L.M. in pencil throughout.
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Abraham and Isaac (1963) a sacred ballad for baritone and chamber orchestra. 1965.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey and Hawkes, Limited.
A 1(1).
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Sibelius, January Canzonetta opus 62a fur 8 instrumente gesetzt von Igor Stravinsky. 1964.

Scope and Content Note

Wiesbaden: Breitkopf & Hartel.
Z14(1).
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Elegy for J.F.K. (1964) mezzo soprano solo. 1964.

Scope and Content Note

Text by W.H. Auden.
New York: Boosey & Hawkes, Incorporated.
E 5(1).
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Elegy for J.F.K. (1964) baritone solo. 1964.

Scope and Content Note

Text by W.H. Auden.
New York: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
E 5(3).
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Fanfare for a new theatre (1964). 1968.

Scope and Content Note

Two trumpets.
London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
F 1(1). Inserted is a copy of the work in L.M.'s hand with serial analysis.
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Introitus (1965) T.S. Eliot in memoriam for male chorus and chamber ensemble. 1965.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
I 4(). Large score is not listed in DSL.
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Canon (1965) on a popular Russian tune for concert introduction or encore. 1973.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
C 1(1). Based on finale of L'Oiseau de feu.
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Threni (1958) lamentiones Jeremiae prophetae. 1958.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
T 7(1). Includes many pencil notations and inserts, apparently L.M.'s transcription of Stravinsky's sketches.
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--[Le Baiser de la fee] The fairy's kiss (1928) ballet in four scenes. 1978.

Scope and Content Note

Arranged for piano by K. Titarenko.
Moscow: State Publishers Music.
B 6(). Not listed in DSL.
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Monumentum (1960) pro Gesualdo di Venosa ad CD annum. Three madrigals composed for instruments by Igor Stravinsky. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
M12(2).
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Double canon (1959) Raoul Dufy in memoriam for string quartet. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
D 4(1). Penciled serial analysis in L.M.'s hand.
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Gesualdo di Venosa, Carlo. Tres sacrae cantiones completed by Igor Stravinsky (1957). 1960.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
Z 8(1).
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Anthem (1962) The dove descending breaks the air for chorus a cappella. 1962.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
D 5(1).
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--A sermon, a narrative and a prayer (1961) cantata for alto and tenor soli, speaker, chorus and orchestra. 1961.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
S21(1).
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Stravinsky: The short piano pieces. 1977.

Scope and Content Note

Edited by Soulima Stravinsky.
London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
ZZ 1(). Not listed in DSL.
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Septet (1953). 1953.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
S17(). In L.M.'s hand, serial analysis in multi-colored pencil.
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Septet (1953). 1953.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
S17(). Not listed in DSL. Plate numbers identical (17447) to those listed for Hawkes pocket score.
Box 42

Stravinsky, Igor--Canticum sacrum (1955) ad honorem sancti Marci nominis for tenor and baritone soli, chorus and orchestra. 1956.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
C 5(2). Penciled serial analysis of second movement surge, aquilo.
Box 43

Stravinsky, Igor--Le Sacre du Printemps (The rite of spring) (1913) pictures of pagan Russia in two parts. 1921[sic].

Physical Description: 37 × 27.3cm. in size.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Boosey & Hawkes, Incorporated, printed by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
S 1(3). Includes errata sheet. This is a reprint of the 1929 revision plate no.B. & H. 16333. Pencil comparisons to R.M.V. 197 (1921!) and to original B. & H. Manuscript throughout.
Box 43

Stravinsky, Igor--Ave Maria (1934) pour chante mixte a capella. 1934.

Scope and Content Note

Text in Slavonic with transliteration.
Berlin: Editions Russe de Musique.
A 8(1). Includes a copy of this same edition in L.M.'s hand.
Box 43

Stravinsky, Igor--Jeu de cartes (1936). 1937.

Scope and Content Note

Mainz: B. Schott's Sohne.
C12(1).
Box 43

Stravinsky, Igor--Concerto en Mi b pour orchestre de chambre (Dumbarton Oaks 8-V-38). 1938.

Scope and Content Note

Reduction pour 2 pianos a 4 mains par l'auteur.
Mainz: B. Scott's Sohne.
C33(1).
Box 43

Stravinsky, Igor--Persephone (1934). 1979.

Scope and Content Note

Melodrame en trois parties d'Andre Gide.
Moscow: Editions Musique.
P11(). Not listed in DSL, this score is a reproduction of P11(2).
Box 43

Stravinsky, Igor--Capriccio (1929). 1930.

Physical Description: Photocopy.

Scope and Content Note

Paris: Edition Russe de Musique.
C 7(1).
Box 43

Stravinsky, Igor--Danses concertantes (1942). 1944.

Scope and Content Note

Concert arrangement for two pianos by Ingolf Dahl.
New York: Associated Music Publishers, Incorporated.
D 2(1).
Box 43

Stravinsky, Igor--Circus polka (1942). 1948.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Associated Music Publishers, Incorporated.
C25(1).
Box 43

Stravinsky, Igor--Circus polka (1942). 1943.

Scope and Content Note

Arranged for two pianos four hands by Victor Babin.
New York: Associated Music Publishers, Incorporated.
C26(1).
Box 43

Stravinsky, Igor--Ave Maria (1949). 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Text in Latin.
New York: Boosey & Hawkes, Incorporated.
A 9(1). Two copies.
Box 43

Stravinsky, Igor--Circus polka [1942]. 1942.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Associated Music Publishers, Incorporated.
C23(1).
Box 43

Stravinsky, Igor--Mavra (1922). 1947.

Physical Description: A photostatic reproduction from hand copied transparencies.

Scope and Content Note

Transcription for 2 pianos by Soulima Stravinsky.
New York: Boosey and Hawkes, Incorporated, by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
M 4[a](M), apparently unpublished material.
Box 44

Stravinsky, Igor--The rake's progress (1951) an opera in 3 acts. 1951.

Scope and Content Note

A fable by W.H. Auden and Chester Kallman. Deutsche ubersetzung von Fritz Schroder.
London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
R 5(1). Insert front cover errata list.
Box 44

Stravinsky, Igor--The rake's progress (1951). 1951.

Scope and Content Note

A fable by W.H. Auden and Chester Kallman [English only].
London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
R 4(2). Insert before p.1: vol.1 errata list.
Box 44

Stravinsky, Igor--Le Rossignol (1914) conte lyrique en trois actes de I. Strawinsky et S. Mitousoff d'apres Anderson. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Traduction francais de M.D. Calvocoressi.
London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
R15(1).
Box 45

Stravinsky, Igor--Octet (1923 revised 1952) for wind instruments. 1952.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited, by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
O 2(2).
Box 45

Stravinsky, Igor--Wolf, Hugo. Two sacred songs from the Spanische liederbuch instrumentation by Igor Stravinsky (May 1968). 1969.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
Z18(1).
Box 45

Stravinsky, Igor--The owl and the pussycat (1966) for voice and piano. 1967.

Scope and Content Note

Poem by Edward Lear.
London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
O42(1). Affixed to inside front cover, a New Yorker cartoon of a man alone on a desert island about to be visited by an owl and a pussycat in a small boat.
Box 45

Stravinsky, Igor--Requiem canticles (1966) for contralto and bass soli, chorus and orchestra. 1967.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
R10(1).
Box 45

Stravinsky, Igor--An album of Igor Stravinsky masterpieces arranged by Frederick Block, Gregory Stone and others. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Edward B. Mark's Music Corporation.
ZZ 2(). Not listed in DSL.
Box 45

Stravinskii, I.--P'esy: Obrabotka dlia skripki i fortepiano. 1967.

Scope and Content Note

Moskva: Muzyka.
ZZ 3(). Not listed in DSL.
Box 45

Stravinsky, Igor--[Le Baiser de la fee] The fairy's kiss (1928). A ballet in four scenes. 1954.

Physical Description: 2 copies.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited, by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
B 6(1). The copy with L.M.'s signature in the upper right corner of the cover includes occasional pencil and ink references to works of Tchaikovsky and Stravinsky.
Box 45

Stravinsky, Igor--Octet (1922) for wind instruments. 1926.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited, by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
O 3(2).
Box 45

Stravinsky, Igor--Abraham and Isaac (1962-63) a sacred ballad for baritone and chamber orchestra. 1965.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
A 2(1).
Box 45

Stravinsky, Igor--Babel (1944) cantata from the book of Moses I, capital II, verse 1-9 formale chorus and orchestra, with narrator (male). 1952.

Scope and Content Note

Mainz: B. Schott's Sohne.
B 2(1).
Box 45

Stravinsky, Igor--Le Rossignol (1914), conte lyrique en trois actes de I. Stravinsky et S. Mitousoff d'apres Andersen. 1961.

Scope and Content Note

French, English, German.
London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited, by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
R15(2).
Box 45

Stravinsky, Igor--Scherzo a la russe (1944) for orchestra. 1945.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Associated Music Publishers, Incorporated.
S14(2).
Box 45

Stravinsky, Igor--Sonata for two pianos (1943-44). 1945.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Associated Music Publishers, Incorporated.
S24(2).
Box 45

Stravinsky, Igor--Abraham and Isaac (1963), a sacred ballad for baritone and chamber orchestra. 1965.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
A 1(1).
Box 45

Stravinsky, Igor--Cantata (1952) for soprano, tenor, female chorus and a small instrumental ensemble. 1952.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
C 4(2). DSL's C 4(1) is listed as a Schott publication of this work, dated 1937, twelve years before its composition. Inserted are program notes from the premiere, 11 November 1952.
Box 45

Stravinsky, Igor--The flood (1961-62) a musical play. 1963.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
F 8(1).
Box 45

Stravinsky, Igor--Mavra (1922), opera in one act after Pushkin by Boris Kochno. 1956.

Scope and Content Note

English, French and German.
London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited, by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
M 4(3).
Box 46

[Stravinsky, Igor]--Four Russian peasant songs (1916). 1932.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
R19(2).
Box 46

Stravinsky, Igor--[L']Histoire du soldat (1918). 1924.

Scope and Content Note

Texte de C.F. Ramuz. English version by Rosa Newmarch. Freie nachdictung von Hans Reinhardt.
London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
H 3(1).
Box 46

Stravinsky, Igor--l'Histoire du soldat, Valse (1918). 1922.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
H 7(1).
Box 46

Stravinsky, Igor--L'Histoire du soldat (1919) for violin, clarinet and piano. 196-[?].

Scope and Content Note

New York: International Music Company.
H 5(2).
Box 46

Stravinsky, Igor--[Le Sacre du Printemps] The rite of spring (1913). 1975.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Lyra Music Company.
S 2(). Not listed in DSL.
Box 46

Stravinsky, Igor--Four Russian peasant songs (new version, 1954) for equal voices with four horns. 1958.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
R20(1). Includes some penciled comparisons to other editions.
Box 46

Stravinsky, Igor--Four Russian peasant songs (1916). 1950.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Marks Music Corporation by arrangement with J. & W. Chester, Limited.
R19(3). Identical with Chester ed. 9732, and pno red for rehearsal.
Box 46

Stravinsky, Igor--[Quatre etudes pour orchestre] Madrid from four studies for orchestra. 1951.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
E11(1).
Box 46

Stravinsky, Igor--L'Oiseau de feu (1910) conte danse en 2 tableaux. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Broude Brothers.
O 8(2). Affixed to inside front cover is a postcard-photo of Karsavina as firebird, 1910.
Box 46

Stravinsky, Igor--[Le Sacre du Printemps] The rite of spring (1913). 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Moscow: Le Compositeur Sovietique.
S 2(). Not listed in DSL.
Box 46

Stravinsky, Igor--[Le Sacre du Printemps] The rite of spring (1913) pictures of pagan Russia. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Edwin F. Kalmus.
S 1(). Reproduction of 1921 Edition Russe de Musique (1929 revision), S 1(1). Includes errata list by Dr. Glenn Block, University of Missouri.
Box 46

Stravinsky, Igor--[Le Sacre du Printemps] The rite of spring (1913) ballet for orchestra by Igor Stravinsky and Nicolas Roerich. 1926.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited, by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
S 3(). DSL lists S 3(1) as a 1913 Edition Russe de Musique (plate no.RMV 196). This is plate B. & H. 17271. Occasional pencil and ink comparisons with other editions.
Box 46

Stravinsky, Igor--Le Sacre du Printemps, Tourney of rival tribes for piano solo. 1941.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Edward B. Marks Music Corporation.
S 7(1).
Box 46

Stravinsky, Igor--Four Russian peasant songs (1916). 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Soviet publication.
R19(). Not listed in DSL.
Box 47

Stravinsky, Igor--Duo concertant (1932) pour violon et piano. 1938.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
D 7(2).
Box 47

Stravinsky, Igor--Ode (1943) tryptychon fur orchester. 1968.

Scope and Content Note

Mainz: B. Schott's Sohne.
O 4(3).
Box 47

Stravinsky, Igor--Renard (1917[sic]) a burlesque for the stage to be sung and acted based on popular Russian folk tales. 1956 (English translation--copyright date).

Scope and Content Note

French text by C.F. Ramuz. English text by Rollo H. Myers.
London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
R 8(3?) Plate J.W.C. 9716. Penciled Russian transliteration throughout, In L.M.'s hand: (older edition, some errors in it) Transliteration of Russian text.
Box 47

Stravinsky, Igor--Le Rossignol (1914) conte lyrique en trois actes de I. Stravinsky et S. Mitousoff d'apres Andersen. 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Traduction francaise de M.D. Calvocoressi. English translation by Robert Craft. Deutscheubertragung von A. Elukhen und B. Feiwel.
London: Boosey & Hawkes by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
R14(1).
Box 47

Stravinsky, Igor--Concertino (1920). 1923.

Scope and Content Note

Revised and edited by Julia A. Burt.
Copenhagen: Wilhelm Hansen.
C29(1).
Box 47

Stravinsky, Igor--Concertino pour quatuor a cordes (1920). 1925.

Physical Description: Two copies.

Scope and Content Note

Edited and revised by Julia A. Burt, New York.
Copenhagen: Wilhelm Hansen.
C31(1).
Box 47

Stravinsky, Igor--Les Noces (1917) scenes choreographiques, russes avec chant et musique composees. 1922.

Scope and Content Note

Version francaise de C.F. Ramuz.
London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
N 2(1).
Box 47

Stravinsky, Igor--Pulcinella (1920) ballet in one act after Giambattista Pergolesi. 1920.

Scope and Content Note

J. & W. Chester, Limited.
P60(1). Some rehearsal numbers added in red pencil.
Box 47

Stravinsky, Igor--Concerto en re (1931) pour violon et orchestre. 1931.

Scope and Content Note

Violin part in collaboration with Samuel Dushkin.
Mainz: B. Schott's Sohne.
C42(1).
Box 47

Stravinsky, Igor--Concerto (1935) per due pianoforte soli. 1936.

Scope and Content Note

Mainz: B. Schott's Sohne.
C38(1).
Box 47

Stravinsky, Igor--Symphony of psalms (1930, rev. 1948) for mixed chorus and orchestra. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited, by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
S38(1).
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[L'Oiseau de feu] Scherzo tiree du ballet L'Oiseau de feu. 1933.

Scope and Content Note

Mainz: B. Schott's Sohne (from Forberg).
O33(1). In L.M.'s hand, color coded comparisons with 1945 suite and complete piano score.
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--L'Oiseau de feu (1910) conte danse en 2 tableux. 1936.

Scope and Content Note

Mainz: Schott's Sohne.
O 9(1). In L.M.'s hand, pencil comparisons and notes throughout.
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[L'Oiseau de feu] Berceuse (1929) from The firebird ballet for violin and piano. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Melville: Belwin Mills.
O14(). Not listed in DSL.
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[L'Oiseau de feu] Berceuse from The firebird. 1940.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Edition Musicus.
O19(1).
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[L'Oiseau de feu] Berceuse from The firebird. 1945.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Edition Musicus.
O20[a]().
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[L'Oiseau de feu] Berceuse from The firebird. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Edition Musicus.
O21(1).
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[L'Oiseau de feu] Berceuse. 1915.

Scope and Content Note

Edited by George Copeland.
Boston: Charles W. Homeyer & Company, Incorporated.
O18(1).
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[L'Oiseau de feu] Berceuse (1910-1926). 1929.

Scope and Content Note

Mainz: B. Schott's Sohne.
O14(1). In L.M.'s hand: Kochanski earlier printing.
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--Sonata in F# minor (1903-4) for piano. 1974.

Scope and Content Note

London: Faber Music Limited.
ZZ 5(). Not listed in DSL.
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[L'Oiseau de feu] Berceuse for piano. 1937.

Scope and Content Note

Mainz: B. Schott's Sohne.
O18(3).
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[L'Oiseau de feu] Summer Moon adapted from The firebird suite of Igor Stravinsky. 1948, 1946.

Physical Description: 2 copies.

Scope and Content Note

Words by John Klenner.
New York: Leeds Music Corporation.
O31(1).
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[L'Oiseau de feu] Supplications from L'Oiseau de feu. 1935.

Scope and Content Note

New York: A. Fassio.
O39(1).
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[L'Oiseau de feu] Danse infernale from L'Oiseau de feu. 1941.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Edward B. Marks Corporation.
O23(1).
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[L'Oiseau de feu] Ronde des princesses. 1937.

Physical Description: 2 copies.

Scope and Content Note

Mainz: B. Schott's Sohne.
O28(1).
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[L'Oiseau de feu] Prelude et ronde des princesses (1910-1926). n.d.[1929].

Scope and Content Note

Mainz: B. Schott's Sohne (from Forberg).
O34(). DSL provides a number and the date for this publication but omits specific publisher information (Edition Schott no.2080 plate no.32373).
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[L'Oiseau de feu] Danse infernal, berceuse et finale. 1934.

Physical Description: 2 copies.

Scope and Content Note

Mainz: B. Schott's Sohne.
O37(1).
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[L'Oiseau de feu] Dance of the princesses from The Firebird. 1942.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Edition Musicus.
O25(). Not listed in DSL, but the same accompaniment as O25(1).
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[L'Oiseau de feu] Dance of the princesses from The Fire-bird. 1942.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Edition Musicus.
O25(1).
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[Pieces faciles] Three easy pieces for piano duet (1915) left hand easy. 1926, 1917.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester by arrangement with Ad. Henn.
P36(2).
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[L'Oiseau de feu] Berceuse (1910-1926) for violon et piano. 1932.

Scope and Content Note

With S. Dushkin.
Mainz: B. Schott's Sohne (from Forberg Edition).
O15(1). In L.M.'s hand: Kochanski later printing.
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--Russian credo (1932, new version 1964). 1966.

Scope and Content Note

Russian text.
U.S.A.: Boosey & Hawkes, Incorporated.
C45(1).
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--Pribaoutki [Chanson plaisantes] (1914) pour une voix et huit instrumentsteste populaire russe mis en francaise par C.F. Ramuz. 1917.

Scope and Content Note

Geneve: Ad Henn.
P56(2).
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--Pribaoutki [Chanson plaisantes] (1914) pour une voix et huit instruments textes populaires russes. 1924[?].

Physical Description: 2 publications and a photocopy.

Scope and Content Note

Mis en francaise par C.F. Ramuz.
London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
P56(1[?]). Copyright 1924, not 1917 as in DSL, (plates J.W.C. 3825). Light cover copy includes complete transliteration of Russian text.
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[Les Cinq doigts] Allegro. 1959.

Scope and Content Note

Transcribed for guitar by Theodore Norman.
London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
C21.5(1).
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[Les Cinq doigts] The five fingers (1921) 8 very easy melodies on five notes. 1923.

Physical Description: Two copies with different paper.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Mercury Music Corporation.
C20(). This American edition is not listed in DSL.
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[L'Oiseau de feu] Berceuse from The firebird. 1945.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Edition Musicus.
O20(). Not listed in DSL, but essentially the same as arrangement for violin and piano 020(1).
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--Mass (1948) for mixed chorus and double wind quintet. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
M 1(1).
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--Scherzo (1902) for piano. 1974.

Scope and Content Note

London: Faber Music Limited.
ZZ 4(). Not listed in DSL.
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--Credo (1932). 1947.

Physical Description: 2 copies.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
C43(2). DSL incorrectly lists date of composition as 1957.
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[Le Baiser de la fee] Ballad (1934). 1934.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
B10(). Not listed in DSL. Photocopy, not of the Boosey reprint (plate 17816), but of the original Edition Russe (plate R.M.V. 594). In envelope addressed to L.M.
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[Le Baiser de la fee] Ballad from The fairy's kiss (1951). 1951.

Scope and Content Note

The violin part established in collaboration with Jeanne Gauthier.
London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
B11(1). In L.M.'s hand, penciled comparisons with orchestral version throughout.
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--Petrouchka Suite for piano solo. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Edition Musicus.
P31(). Not listed in DSL.
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--Les Cinq doigts (1921) 8 pieces tres faciles sur 5 notes pour piano. 1922.

Physical Description: 2 copies.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
C20(1). Smooth cover copy includes red ink indications of added counterpoint in no.1 -Instrumental Miniatures. Other copy includes orchestration history by L.M.
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[Petroushka] Three movements from Petrouchka. Russian dance, Petroushka, and the shrove-tide fair [published separately]. 1953.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited, by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
P32(1).
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[Smith, John Stafford (supposed composer)]. The star-spangled banner (1941) harmonized by Igor Stravinsky and set for chorus. 1941.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Mercury Music Corporation.
Z16(1). Includes manuscript versions (apparently by copies by L.M. for strings and piano solo.
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[Petrouchka] Danse russe (1932). 1933.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited, by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
P23(2).
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--Renard (1917[sic]) histoire burlesque chantee et jouee faite pour la scene d'apres des contes populaires russes. 1917 (copyright date).

Scope and Content Note

Mis en francaise par C.F. Ramuz.
Geneve: Ad Henn.
R 8(2). DSL lists date of publication as 1923.
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--Berceuses du chat (1916) suite de chants pour une voix de femme et trois clarinettes. 1923, 1917.

Scope and Content Note

Mis en francaise par C.F. Ramuz.
London: J. & W. Chester, Limited by arrangement with Ad Henn.
B14[2]. DSL lists the original edition as Ad Henn 1923 and does not mention this reprint. In L.M.'s hand pencil notes throughout.
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--Berceuses du chat (1916) suite de chants pour une voix de femme et trois clarinettes. 1917.

Physical Description: 2 copies.

Scope and Content Note

Mis en francaise par C.F. Ramuz.
Geneve: Ad Henn.
B14[1]. DSL lists date of Ad Henn (original) edition as 1923.
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--Souvenir d'un marche boche (1915). n.d.

Physical Description: 2 Manuscript copies.

Scope and Content Note

n.p.: n.p.
S28(M). In L.M.'s hand: Copied from, Wharton, Edith, (ed.) The Book of the Homeless. New York & London: Macmillan & Company, Limited. 1926 pp.49-52. Br Mus: 12355-21.
Box 49

Stravinsky, Igor--[Pieces facile] Three easy pieces for piano duet (1915) left hand easy. 1949.

Physical Description: 2 copies.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Omega Corporation.
P36(). This edition is not listed in DSL. On p.1 of signed copy, Photo offset from Henn-Chester edition, + minor editing.
Box 50

Stravinsky, Igor--Les Noces. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

F. with Slavonic phonetic table and complete transliteration of Les Noces--chorus part, chorus reh. parts for versions B, C and D (photocopies).
N 1[f](M). Manuscript reproduction from transparencies Main themes from Svadebka.
Box 50

Stravinsky, Igor--[Danse from Quatre etudes and Trois pieces pour cordes]. [1915].

Physical Description: Manuscript (photocopy).

Scope and Content Note

P35[b](). Not listed in DSL. For one piano four hands.
Box 50

Stravinsky, Igor--Les Noces. [1916].

Physical Description: Manuscript (photocopy).

Scope and Content Note

A complete realization of Stravinsky's aborted [1916] orchestration of Les Noces [by Robert Craft and Ramiro Cortes].
N 1[e](M). 135pp. of large orchestral score. Indication on p.1 I.S. orchestra score: 1916 to Rehearsal no.18. Craft and Cortes prepared this score from sketches.
Box 50

Stravinsky, Igor--Symphonies of wind instruments. 1920.

Scope and Content Note

Score and Parts. The score is reproduced from transparencies. It is the same as the previous item.
The transparencies are included in the score.
S39(M). The entire set is in a large envelope marked Symphonies of wind instruments--Score constructed from photocopies of I.S.'s own set of parts.
Box 50

Stravinsky, Igor--[Symphonies of wind instruments (1920)]. n.d.

Physical Description: Manuscript (reproduction from transparencies).

Scope and Content Note

S39(M). Original version.
Box 50

Stravinsky, Igor--Les Noces [preliminary orchestration]. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

In L.M.'s hand, Fragment of Tableau I--Title page + 8 pages of score (double string quartet and winds.) Some pages numbered by L.M.
N 1[d](M). In L.M.'s hand: This version is dated 1914 in Str in Pictures and Documents. See photo of 1st page of score in p.144.
Box 50

Stravinsky, Igor--Les Noces Version 2. 1915.

Scope and Content Note

Manuscript (photocopy).
N 1[c](M). In L.M.'s hand: Fragment of Tableau I--L.M. [Some page numbers added by L.M.] Titlepage and 7pp. of Music. Scored for small orchestra including cimbalon.
Box 50

Stravinsky, Igor--Les Noces (orchestral sketch). n.d.

Physical Description: Manuscript (photocopy).

Scope and Content Note

N 1[b](M). In L.M.'s hand: Only two pages of this. 1.-Title. 2.-Three bars of music. Scored for double string quintet, english horn and bassoon.
Box 50

Stravinsky, Igor--Les Noces (Fragment from tableau I). [1914-16].

Physical Description: Manuscript (photocopy).

Scope and Content Note

N 1[g](M). On second unnumbered page in L.M.'s hand: Craft dates this 1914-16 for the Bing Concert program 6 September 1968.
Box 50

Stravinsky, Igor--Les Noces (pianola version). n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Folder with parts and score to discarded orchestration of Les Noces.
N 1[a](M). In L.M.'s hand: Craft dates this 1919 for the Bing Concert program, 6 September 1968.
Box 50

Stravinsky, Igor--The rake's progress (1951). 1953.

Scope and Content Note

Full score. pp.1-60 (Act I, Scenes 1-2, beginning of 3) and 263-353 (Act III, Scene 1, Scene 2 until the spade falls with a great crash.
Manuscript (reproduction from transparencies in Stravinsky's hand).
R 3(M). Inscribed by the composer on p.1: To Lawrence Morton best seasons greetings from Igor Stravinsky Dec/53.
Box 50

Stravinsky, Igor--[Cantique from Quatre etudes and Trois pieces pour cordes]. 1914.

Physical Description: Manuscript (photocopy).

Scope and Content Note

P35[b](). Not listed in DSL. For one piano four hands.
Box 50

Stravinsky, Igor--[Fanfare from Agon for 3 trumpets]. 1953 (December).

Physical Description: Manuscript (reproduction from transparencies).

Scope and Content Note

A 4[a](M). Not listed in DSL. 1 leaf. In L.M.'s hand, pencil at top: Stravinsky () III 49 (negative available). In ink Please give to Dorrance.
Box 50

Stravinsky, Igor--Requiem canticles (1966) to the memory of Helen Buchanan Seeger. 1966.

Scope and Content Note

Manuscript (reproduction from transparencies) not in Stravinsky's hand. Copyright 1966 by Boosey & Hawkes, Publishers Limited.
R 9(M). 21pp. In L.M.'s hand p.1 upper right corner pencil: Bob Craft's copy. Many corrections and notations in ink throughout.
Box 50

Stravinsky, Igor--[Excentrique from Quatre etudes and Trois pieces pour cordes]. [1915].

Physical Description: Manuscript (photocopy).

Scope and Content Note

P35[a](M). Not listed in DSL. For one piano four hands. Quarter note = 72, 9pp.
Box 50

Stravinsky, Igor--The maidens came when I was in my mothers bower from Cantata (1952). 1951.

Physical Description: Manuscript (Reproduction from transparencies).

Scope and Content Note

C 3(M).
Box 50

Stravinsky, Igor--Marche (48 measures) [no.1 from Three easy pieces for piano duet] (1915). 1915.

Physical Description: Manuscript (photocopy).

Scope and Content Note

8 leaves scored for piccolo, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, trumpet, horn, violin I, violin II, viola cello and bass.
P37(M). Unpublished.
Box 50

Stravinsky, Igor--Song without a name. 1979.

Physical Description: Manuscript (reproduction from transparencies).

Scope and Content Note

Copyright 1979 by Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers Limited.
ZZ 6(M). Not listed in DSL.
Box 50

Stravinsky, Igor--Chant dissident. n.d.

Physical Description: Manuscript (reproduction from transparencies).

Scope and Content Note

ZZ 7(M). Not listed in DSL.
Box 50

Stravinsky, Igor--[Smith, John Stafford (supposed composer)]. The star-spangled banner. 1941.

Physical Description: Photocopy of manuscript.

Scope and Content Note

Harmonized and arranged for male chorus by Igor Stravinsky (1941).
Z15[a](M).
Box 50

Stravinsky, Igor--Canon (Firebird). 1965.

Physical Description: Manuscript (reproduction from transparencies).

Scope and Content Note

C 1(M). Two large leaves of score of Canon on a popular Russian theme (complete).
Box 51

Stravinsky, Igor--[Le Rossignol] Airs du rossignol et marche chinoise (1932) pour violon et piano. 1934.

Physical Description: 2 copies.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
C16(1).
Box 51

Stravinsky, Igor--Symphonie de psaumes (1930) pour choeur mixte et orchestre. 1930.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
S36(1). Appended to the title page is a clipping (ca. 1930) with a photograph of Stravinsky at the piano with a one paragraph biography of the composer.
Box 51

Stravinsky, Igor--Elegie (1944) for viola or violin unaccompanied. 1945.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Associated Music Publishers, Incorporated, in association with Chappel & Company, Limited, London.
E 3(1).
Box 51

Stravinsky, Igor--Concerto en re (1946) pour orchestre a cordes. 1947.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
C39(). DSL lists only the Hawkes pocket score from the same plates, C39(1).
Box 51

Stravinsky, Igor--Orpheus (1947) ballet in three scenes. 1948.

Physical Description: 2 copies.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
O41(1).
Box 51

Stravinsky, Igor--Mass (1948) for a mixed chorus and a double wind quintet. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
M 2(1). DSL incorrectly lists the plate no. as B. & H. 16403; the correct number is 16463.
Box 51

Stravinsky, Igor--Persephone (1934) melodrame en trois parties par Andre Gide. 1947 (1957 in DSL).

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
P11(2).
Box 51

Stravinsky, Igor--Capriccio (new version 1949) for piano and orchestra. 1952.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited, by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
C10(1).
Box 51

Stravinsky, Igor--[Le Rossignol] Marche chinoise tiree du conte lyrique Rossignol. 1922.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
R17(1).
Box 51

Stravinsky, Igor--Apollon Musagete (1928) ballet en deux tableaux. 1928.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
A 5(1). Plate no.R.M.V. 442 (not 441 as listed in DSL, which is the piano score).
Box 51

Stravinsky, Igor--Apollon Musagete (1927) ballet en deux tableaux. 1928.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
A 6(1). In L.M.'s hand, Pencil and ink notes throughout.
Box 51

Stravinsky, Igor--[Apollon Musagete] Variation d'Apollon. 1958.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Boosey & Hawkes, Incorporated, by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
A 7[a](). Not listed in DSL. In L.M.'s hand, ink comparisons with original score.
Box 51

Stravinsky, Igor--Quatre etudes pour orchestre (1914-1919). 1930.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
E 8(1).
Box 51

Stravinsky, Igor--Le Baiser de la fee (1928) ballet--allegorie en 4 tableaux de Igor Strawinsky inspire par la muse de Tchaikowsky. 1928.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russse de Musique.
B 4(1). In L.M.'s hand: Original edition.
Box 51

Stravinsky, Igor--[Le Baiser de la fee] Divertimento (1928-34) pour orchestre inspire par lamuse de Pierre Tchaikovsky. 1934.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
B 8(1). In L.M.'s hand, penciled comparisons with the orchestra version. DSL lists date of composition as 1932.
Box 51

Stravinsky, Igor--Suite italienne [1933 ca.]. 1947, 1934.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited, by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
S33(2).
Box 51

Stravinsky, Igor--Oedipus Rex (novelle revision 1948) opera-oratorio en deux actes d'apres Sophocle par Igor Stravinsky et Jean Cocteau. 1949.

Scope and Content Note

English translation of the speaker's text by E.E. Cummings (insert).
London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited, by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
O 7(2). Pencil = original edition. L.M. is referring to O7(3), Edition Russe de Musique, 1948,1928, 1926. He has notated the differences between the two editions in pencil throughout.
Box 51

Stravinsky, Igor--Capriccio(1929) pour piano et orchestre en 3 parties. 1930.

Physical Description: 2 copies.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
C 8(1). Copy stamped In die Universal-Edition als U.E. Nr. 7942 aufgenommen includes an errata sheet.
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Symphonies d'instruments a vent a la memoire de Claude-Achille Debussy. 1926.

Physical Description: 2 copies.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
S41(1). Inserted in the first copy is one sheet of music manuscript, apparently by L.M., sketches of various harmonic devices used in this piece.
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Feu d'artifice opus 4 (1908). 1924.

Scope and Content Note

Mainz: B. Schott's Sohne.
F 6(1).
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Beethoven, Ludwig van. Mephistopheles' lied vom floh. 1913.

Scope and Content Note

Moscow: Russicher Musikverlag.
Z 2(). DSL lists only an undated edition by W. Bessel & Company.
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Trois petites chansons (1913, Orch. 1930) souvenir de mon enfance. 1934.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
P14(1). In L.M.'s hand, Penciled comparisons to manuscript.
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Deux poesies (1911) de K. Balmont. n.d. [DSL lists 1912].

Scope and Content Note

Deutscher text von Berthold Feiwel. Texte francais de M.-D. Calvocoressi. English Version by Robert Burness.
Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
P48(1). DSL incorrectly credits the English translation in this publication to Robert Craft, who (if date of publication is correct) was yet to be born. In folder marked Balmont Songs.
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--[Poemes de Verlaine] La Lune blanche & Une grand sommeil noir...[Separately bound]. 1910.

Physical Description: There are 2 copies of no.1 and 3 copies of no.2, with different title pages.

Scope and Content Note

[Russian by S. Mitusov, English and German by M.D. Calvocoressi. The English and German texts are on a separate (voice only) insert].
Moscow: Jurgenson.
P45(1). On one copy in L.M's hand: Str's copy is same as this one. He labels it 1st edition.
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--[Le Sacre du Printemps] Ronde printaniere. 1941.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Edward B. Marks Music Corporation.
S 8(1).
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Petrouchka (1911) scenes burlesques en 4 tableaux d'Igor Strawinsky et Alexandre Benois. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Editions Russe de Musique.
P17(). DSL lists only the Boosey & Hawkes reprint from the same plates (1948 rev.); also DSL incorrectly dates this arrangement 1947 as it clearly predates that and is based on the original score.
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--[Petrouchka] Trois mouvements de Petrouchka. 1947.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited, by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
P29(2).
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Trois petites chansons (1913) souvenir de mon enfance. 1947.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
P13(1). In L.M.'s hand: Photo-liths (?) of original edition Russicher Musikverlag. G.m.b.H., Berlin. Moscou. R.M.V. (232)342. Also pencil references to orchestra version and Symphony in Eb.
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--[Petrouchka] Suite de cinq pieces tiree du ballet Petrouchka. 1922.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
P31(1).
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Le Roi des etoiles (1911) pour chant et orchestre. 1911.

Physical Description: 2 copies.

Scope and Content Note

K. Balmont. Traduction francaise de M.D. Calvocoressi.
Bad Godesberg: Musikverlag Rob. Forberg.
R12(1?). Date of composition is incorrectly listed in DSL as 1912; also plate no.is 36731-2, not 36731.
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Deux poesies (1911) de K. Balmont. 1947.

Physical Description: 2 copies.

Scope and Content Note

Deutscher text von Berhold Feiwel. Texte francais de M.D. Calvocoresse. English text by Robert Burness.
London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
P49(1). DSL lists this publication as revised.
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--[Poemes de Verlaine] Two songs [rev. 1953] La bonne chanson [La luneblanche...] & Sagesse [Un grand sommeil noir...]. 1955.

Physical Description: [Separately bound].

Scope and Content Note

English words by M.D. Calvocoressi. Ubersetzung (no.2) von M.D. Calvocoressi.
London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
P46(1). L.M.'s Pencil indications of the distinctions between this and the original version are in no.1 La Bonne chanson.
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Le Roi des etoiles--Svesdoliki (1911). n.d.

Physical Description: Manuscript copy in pencil with ink notations.

Scope and Content Note

R12(M).
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--[L'Oiseau de feu] Ronde des princesses. 1922.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
O27(1).
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--[L'Oiseau de feu] Berceuse and finale. 1922.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
O22[1](). Not listed in DSL.
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Chetyre etiuda dlia fortepiano. [Quatre etudes opus 7 (1908) pour le piano]. 1957.

Scope and Content Note

Moskva: Gosudarstvennoe muzykal'noe izdatel'stvo.
E12(). Not listed in DSL. Plate no.26257.
Box 52

Stravinskii, Igor--Chetyre etiuda dlia fortepiano [Quatre etudes op.7 (1908) pour le piano]. 1923.

Scope and Content Note

Moskva, Petrograd: Muzykal'ny sektor.
E12(). Not listed in DSL. Russian edition with original Jurgenson plates (no.33868).
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Quatre etudes opus 7 [1908] no.3-4 [published separately]. 1925.

Scope and Content Note

Rev. M. Frey.
Leipzig-Milano: Anton J. Benjamin.
E12(2). Plate no.A.J.B. 8289 & 8287 (not 82589 & 82587 as in DSL, also DSL incorrectly identifies the series title Neu-Russische Meister as Neu-Russische Musiker.
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--[Quatre etudes] Four etudes opus 7 [1908] for the piano. 1953.

Scope and Content Note

Edited by Isidor Philipp.
New York: International Music Company.
E12(4).
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Quatre etudes opus 7 (1908) pour piano [published separately]. [1910].

Physical Description: 2 copies of no.1-3

Scope and Content Note

Leipzig: P. Jurgenson.
E12(1).
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Pastorale (1908) pour chant et piano. [1910].

Scope and Content Note

Moscow: Jurgenson.
P 1(1). DSL lists date of composition as 1908.
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Pastorale. n.d.

Physical Description: Manuscript (reproduction from transparencies).

Scope and Content Note

Set of parts for instrumental version.
P 2(M). Five parts (violino, fagotto, clarinetto in la, corno inglese and oboe).
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Pastorale [1908]. 1917.

Scope and Content Note

Boston: Charles E. Homeyer & Company.
P 1(). DSL does not list this publication (plate no.C.W.H. 194), which is virtually identical to the original Forberg edition.
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Pastorale (1908) pour chant et piano. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Mainz: B. Schott's Sohne.
P 1(3).
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--[Poemes de Verlaine] Two songs (1910) [original dated, La Baule, 1910, 1909 orch. 1951] La Bonne chanson & Sagesse for baritone and orchestra. 1953.

Scope and Content Note

[French only].
London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
P47(1).
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Pastorale (1908) pour chant et piano. [1910].

Scope and Content Note

Leipzig: Rob. Forberg & Mainz: B. Schott's Sohne.
P 1(1[?]) or(3[?]). DSL lists P1(1) as plate no.34546 (1910) and P1(3) as Edition Schott 3313 plate no.BSS 33967a(1948). This publication matches P1(1) plates and P1(3) Edition with no date.
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Pastorale (1933) pour violino, oboe, corno inglese, clarinetto and fagotto. 1934.

Scope and Content Note

Mainz: B. Schott's Sohne.
P 2(1). DSL lists the plate no.33967a; this is plate no.33967.
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Pastorale [1933] chanson sans paroles. 1934.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Associated Music Publishers, Incorporated.
P 4(2). Pencil comparisons with original vocal setting throughout.
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Le Faune et la bergere (1906) suite pour chant et piano. 1927, 1908.

Physical Description: 2 copies.

Scope and Content Note

Paroles de A. Pouchkine. Deutsche ubersetzung von Heinrich Moller. Version Francaise de A.Lomaroff.
London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited (Reprint of M.P. Belaieff).
F 3(). DSL does not list this reprint. In one copy, L.M. has made references in red ink to the 1913 Belaieff-Orchestra score and in pencil to the original 1927 Belaieff edition (Leipzig).
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Pastorale (1908) pour chant et piano. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Associated Music Publishers Incorporated.
P 1(4).
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Pastorale (1908-1924) chanson sans paroles pour une voix et quatre instruments a vent. [1929].

Scope and Content Note

New York: Associated Music Publishers.
P 3(). DSL does not list this edition which uses the same plates as the Schott edition P3(2).
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--Pastorale (1908-1924) chanson sans paroles pour une voix et quatre instruments a vent. [1929].

Scope and Content Note

Mainz: B. Schott's Sohne.
P 3(2).
Box 52

Stravinsky, Igor--[Petrouchka] Trois mouvements de Petrouchka (1911-1921). 1922.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
P29(1). Clothbound.
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--Chant des batelier du Volga. Chant populaire russe. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Manuscript.
Z 5(M). Not in DSL. Manuscript in L.M.'s hand.
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--Trois poesies de la lyrique japonaise (1913) pour chant {soprano}, deux flutes {la 2de-pet. fl.}, deux clarinettes {la 2de-cl. bas.}, piano, deux violons, alto et violoncelle. 1913.

Physical Description: 2 copies, ostensibly with the same plates but different covers and title pages.

Scope and Content Note

Texte francaise de Maurice Delage.
Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
P51(1). DSL has transposed the plate nos. of this edition, R.M.V. 199 and the instrumental score, R.M.V. 200.
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--Chant des bateliers du Volga (1917) for wind ensemble. 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Edited by Randall Croley.
New York: Autograph Editions.
Z 5(2).
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--Une valse pour les petits lecteurs du Figaro. 1922 (Mai).

Physical Description: 2 copies.

Scope and Content Note

Manuscript (reproduction from transparencies).
V 2(M). Reproduced in Stravinsky, the composer and his works, by Eric Walter White, p.210.
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--Trois Histoires pour enfantes. 1927, 1920.

Scope and Content Note

Mis en francaise par C.F. Ramuz. English version by Rosa New March.
London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
H 8(2). Plate no 3830(1), the same as 1920 edition.
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--[Trois] Histoires pour enfants. 1920.

Scope and Content Note

Mis en francaise par C.F. Ramuz.
London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
H 8(1). Same plate no.as 1927 revision. Insert English translation of texts.
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--Chant des bateliers de Volga. Chant populaire russe. 1920.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester, Limited [Holograph copy in pencil].
Z 5(M). Not listed in DSL. Manuscript in L.M.'s hand.
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--Chant du rossignol [1917] poeme symphonique en trois parties. 1927.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
C14(1).
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--Trois pieces pour clarinette solo (1919). 1920.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
P34(2). DSL indicates a second, 1923, copyright not present in this edition.
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--[Pieces facile] Five easy pieces (1917) for piano duet (right hand easy). 1917.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
P41(2). DSL lists plate no.2909. This is 2909(1).
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--Ragtime [1919] pour onze instruments. 1922, 1919.

Scope and Content Note

Couverture de Pablo Picasso.
London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
R 2(1).
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--Renard (1916) Piano arrangement to replace the Hungarian cimbalum. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Manuscript (unknown hand).
R 7(M).
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor d'apres Giambattista Pergolesi--[Pulcinella] Scherzino. 1920.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
S65(1).
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor d'apres Giambattista Pergolesi--[Pulcinella] Con queste paroline. 1920.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
P63.5(1). DSL lists the copyright date as 1925.
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--Trois poesies de la lyrique japonaise [1913] pour chant (soprano), deux flutes (Los Angeles 2de=fl.[sic]), deux clarinettes (Los Angeles 2de-cl. bas), piano, deux violons, alto et violoncelle. [1913].

Scope and Content Note

Texte francais de Maurice Delage.
Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
P52(1). DSL omits this plate no.(200) and instead assigns that number (incorrectly) to the contemporaneous piano reduction.
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--Trois poesies de la lyrique japonaise (1913) chant et piano. 1947.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
P51(). Plate no.B. & H. 16308. Photo-litho(?) of original edition. [R.M.V. 199]... Cover and title page not reproduced. No English version in original, only Russian & French.
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--[Pieces facile no.4] Napolitana. 1941.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Edward B. Marks Music Corporation.
P42(1).
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--[Trois pieces pour clarinette] Three pieces for Clarinet [1919]. 1949.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Omega Music Company.
P34(). Not listed in DSL.
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--Ragtime [1919] for eleven instruments. 1920.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
R 2(). The same plates as R2(1), but different copyright, no title page and English title.
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--L'Histoire du soldat (1918) Grande Suite. 1922.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
H 4(1).
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--Quatre chants russes (1918). 1920.

Scope and Content Note

Mis en francais par C.F. Ramuz.
London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
C18(1). 3 copies in folder marked Four Russian songs, all with plate no.3831 (as in DSL), however one copy appears older with a different cover and title page. Pencil analysis and translation in no.2.
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--Chant des bateliers du Volga. Chant populaire russe. 1920.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
Z 5(1). Manuscript in L.M.'s hand.
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--Petrouchka (revised 1947 edition) burlesque in four scenes by Igor Strawinsky and Alexandre Benois. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited, by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
P17(1). DSL misleadingly states arranged by the composer and Alexandre Benois; the ballet is by I.S. and A.B.--the reduction for piano four hands is by the composer.
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--Piano-Rag-music (1919). 1920.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
P33(1). This is a later reprint.
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--Piano-Rag-music (1919). 1920.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
P33(1). This is the original edition.
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--Ragtime [1919] pour onze instruments. 1919.

Scope and Content Note

Couverture de Pablo Picasso.
Paris: Editions de la Sirene.
R 2(2).
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--Ragtime (1918) pour onze instruments. 1920.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester, Limited.
R 1(4).
Box 53

Stravinsky, Igor--[Pulcinella] Suite pour violon et piano (1925) d'apres themes, fragments et morceaux de Giambattista Pergolesi. 1926.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
S33(2). There are two copies. The first in one volume. The second as five separately published movements in a folder labeled Suite pour violon et piano (Pulcinella).
Box 54

Stravinsky, Igor--Mavra (1925) ouverture pour piano. 1925.

Physical Description: 2 copies.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
M 8(). Not listed in DSL, plate no.R.M.V. 411.-411a (1925 Vocal score is R.M.V. 411, essentially the same plate).
Box 54

Stravinsky, Igor--[Octet] Octuor [1923] pour instruments a vent. 1924.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
O 1(1?). DSL does not distinguish between this large score (plate no.R.M.V. 415) and the small score in Box 40.
Box 54

Stravinsky, Igor--[Octet] Octuor pour instruments a vent. 1926.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
O 3(1).
Box 54

Stravinsky, Igor--[Mavra] [Chanson de Paracha] Russian maiden's song. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Lyrics by B. Kochno after A.S. Poushkin. English translation by R. Burness.
[New York]: Boosey & Hawkes, Incorporated.
M 7(2).
Box 54

Stravinsky, Igor--[Mavra] Chanson [de Paracha] russe (Russian Maiden's Song). 1951.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Boosey & Hawkes, Incorporated.
M 6(2).
Box 54

Stravinsky, Igor--[Mavra] Chanson [de Paracha] russe (1937). 1947, 1938.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited by arrangement with Edition A. Gutheil.
M 5(2). In L.M.'s hand: Alterations from 'Concert Version' of aria (M 7[a]{}), which already differs from Mavra original throughout piano score in pencil.
Box 54

Stravinsky, Igor--[Mavra] Chanson de Paracha (1922-23) tiree de l'opera-bouffe Mavra. 1925.

Scope and Content Note

Texte russe de B. Kochno, d'apres A. Pouchkine. Version francaise par J. Larmanjat. English version by R. Burness. Deutsch von A. Elukhen.
Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
M 7[a](). Not listed in DSL. Plate no.R.M.V. 458.
Box 54

Stravinsky, Igor--[Pulcinella] Suite italienne (1932) pour violoncelle et piano. 1934.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Boosey & Hawkes, Incorporated, by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
S34(2).
Box 54

Stravinsky, Igor--Serenade en la (1925) en quatre mouvements pour piano. 1947.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Boosey & Hawkes, Incorporated, by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
S19(2).
Box 54

Stravinsky, Igor--Concerto (1923-1924) pour piano suivi d'orchestre d'harmonie. 1924.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
C36(1). Plate no.R.M.V. 414 (DSL has R.M.V. 1). DSL also omits editor for this edition but not the later Boosey reprint.
Box 54

Stravinsky, Igor--Sonate (1924) pour piano. 1925.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Boosey & Hawkes, Incorporated, by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
S23(2).
Box 54

Stravinsky, Igor--Mavra (1922) Air de la mere pour chant et piano. 1925.

Scope and Content Note

Opera bouffe en 1 acte d'apres A. Pouchkine. Texte de Boris Kochno. English Version by Robert Burness. Traduction francaise par Jacques Larmanjat.
Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
M 8[a](). Not listed in DSL, plate no.R.M.V. 411.-411b (1925 vocal score is R.M.V. 411 essentially the same plate).
Box 54

Stravinsky, Igor--Serenade en la (1925) en quatre mouvements pour piano. 1926.

Physical Description: Two copies. 1, slightly larger is stamped In die Universal Edition als U.E.-Nr. 8603 aufgenommen.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
S19(1).
Box 54

Stravinsky, Igor--Pater noster (new version with Latin text). 1949.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Boosey & Hawkes, Incorporated.
P 8(1[?]). No plate no. DSL lists plate no.1833.
Box 54

Stravinsky, Igor--Pater noster (1926). [1932].

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
P 7(1). Insert, a hand-copied manuscript of this same edition.
Box 54

Stravinsky, Igor--Oedipus Rex (1926-1927) opera oratorio en deux actes d'apres Sophocle par I. Strawinsky et J. Cocteau. 1927.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
O 7(3[?]). Plate no.R.M.V. 429. DSL lists O7(3) as E.R. de M., 1948,1928,1926, plate no.R.M.V. 431.
Box 54

Stravinsky, Igor--Mavra (1922) opera bouffe en 1 acte d'apres A. Pouchkine. 1925.

Scope and Content Note

English version by Robert Burness. Traduction francaise par Jacques Larmanjat. Deutsche Ubersetzung von A. Elukhen.
Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
M 4(1). In L.M.'s hand: FS = Str's alterations in full score, pencil marks throughout. Insert p.41 manuscript copy of full score in black and red ink showing variants.
Box 54

Stravinsky, Igor--Mavra [1922] Chanson de Paracha pour chant et piano. 1925.

Scope and Content Note

Text russe de B. Kochno, d'apres A. Pouchkine. Version francaise par J. Larmanjat. English version by R. Burness. Deutsch von A. Elukhen.
Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
M 7(1). DSL incorrectly reads based on piano vocal score. Plate no.R.M.V. 467. In L.M.'s hand: This is the piano reduction of the voice with orchestra version (reduced orchestra-M 7[a]()-RMV 458).
Box 54

Stravinsky, Igor--Sonate (1924) pour piano. 1925.

Physical Description: 2 copies.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
S23(1). One, slightly larger bears an imprint on the cover Imp. Delanchy-Dupre--Paris-Asnieres and in pencil on the title page 5544. The other, blue pencil on the cover 8357.
Box 54

Stravinsky, Igor--Concerto [1923-24] pour piano suivi d'orchestre d'harmonie. 1924.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
C34(2). Plate no.R.M.V. 412 (DSL lists 414). In L.M.'s hand: Green pen = alterations in copyist hand in 1936 edition, ERM (RMV 607) but also some printed alterations not in this copy.
Box 65

Stravinsky, Igor--Trois petites chanson (1913-1930) pour petites orchestre. 1934.

Physical Description: Photographic prints 3 × 5. Negatives in green folder.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
P14(1).
Box 65

Stravinsky, Igor--Trois petites chanson. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
P13(2?). Incomplete photographic prints of original edition. Plate no.R.M.V. 235.
Box 65

Stravinsky, Igor--Concerto (1923-24) pour piano et orchestre d'harmonie. 1936.

Physical Description: Photographic prints cut 6.5 × 10.5 pasted back to back (incomplete, pages are missing) with Negatives.

Scope and Content Note

Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
C34(1).
Box 65

Stravinsky, Igor--L'Histoire du soldat. n.d.

Physical Description: Photographic prints (including some blow-ups) of sketches and Manuscript in author's hand. Inside manila envelope.

Scope and Content Note

Labeled l'Histoire du soldat.
H 1().
Box 70

Stravinsky, Igor--Tchaikovsky, P.I. Pas de deux (L'Oiseau bleu--Bluebird) from P. Tschaikowsky's ballet The sleeping beauty. 1953.

Scope and Content Note

Arranged for small orchestra by Igor Strawinsky.
Z 4(2). Inscribed in pencil on front cover: To Lawrence Morton IStr January 1st 1955.
Box 70

Stravinsky, Igor--Monumentum [1960] pro Gesualdo di Venosa ad CD Annum. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Recomposed for instruments by Igor Stravinsky.
London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
M12(1). Inscribed in ink on the title page: To you, my dear Lawrence (Morton) whom I am so happy to meet in Venice Love I. Stravinsky September/60.
Box 70

Stravinsky, Igor--Canticum sacrum (1955) ad honorem sancti Marci nominis for tenor and baritone soli, chorus and orchestra. 1956.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey and Hawkes, Limited.
C 5(1). Inscribed in ink on the cover: To Lawrence Morton cordially IStr 1957.
Box 70

Stravinsky, Igor-- The flood (1961-62) a musical play. 1963.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
F 7(1). Inscribed in green ink on the cover: R. Craft transfer to L. Morton il vecchio amico.
Box 70

Stravinsky, Igor--Persephone (1934, revised 1949) pour tenor, choeur mixte et orchestra. 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Melodrame en trois tableaux d'Andre Gide.
London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited, by arrangement with Edition Russe de Musique.
P10(1). Inscribed in ink on the title page: To Lawrence Morton happy new Year cordially I. Stravinsky Dec/20[1953]. Year added in L.M.'s hand. Insert front cover, postcard of Cieslewicz Persephone.
Box 71

Stravinsky, Igor--Bach, Johann Sebastian. Fuga (a 2 voci) & Fuga XI (a 3 voci). n.d.

Scope and Content Note

[Arranged for instruments by Igor Stravinsky].
Reproduction from transparencies in Stravinsky's hand and that of a copyist.
ZZ 8(M). Not listed in DSL.
Box 71

Stravinsky, Igor--The owl and the pussycat [1966]. 1966.

Physical Description: Manuscript reproduced from transparencies.

Scope and Content Note

O42(M). Inscribed: To Lawrence Morton cordially October/66.
Box 71

Stravinsky, Igor-- andantino from Eight instrumental miniatures. 1962 (April).

Physical Description: (Photographic print 8 × 10).

Scope and Content Note

I 3(M). Original is inscribed Dear Lawrence (Morton) Keep this page as a souvenir of your friend who dedicated the whole suite of this `Eight instrumental Miniatures' to you Yours as ever I. Stravinsky Apr.
Box 71

Stravinsky, Igor--Variations (1963-64) Aldous Huxley in memoriam. 1965.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
V 3(2). Plain grey wrapper signed L. Morton in blue ink and IStr March 25/65 in red ink.
Box 71

Stravinsky, Igor--Four Songs (1918, instr. 1953) for voice, flute, harp & guitar. 1955.

Scope and Content Note

London: J. & W. Chester Limited.
S25(1?). Plate no.J.W.C. 3831A. DSL lists plate no.3831 only. On title page: To Lawrence Morton and his wonderful musicianship IStr /55 in red ink.
Box 71

Stravinsky, Igor--Abraham and Isaac (1962-63) for baritone and chamber orchestra. 1963.

Scope and Content Note

Reproduced and bound from transparencies by Cameo Music Reproduction.
A 1(M). Insert inside front cover, Original and Inverse forms of the row divided into hexachords by vertical lines.
Box 71

Stravinsky, Igor--Abraham and Isaac (1962-63) a sacred ballad for baritone and chamber orchestra. 1965.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
A 2(1). Inscribed in black felt pen on title page: To Lawrence Morton with love from I. Stravinsky April 11 / 65.
Box 71

Stravinsky, Igor--Berceuses du chat [1916] suite de chants pour une voix de femme et trois clarinettes. 1917.

Scope and Content Note

Mis en francaise par C.F. Ramuz.
Geneve: Ad. Henn.
B14[1]. DSL incorrectly gives date as 1923. Inscribed on front cover upper left corner: To [Cyrillic](Lawrence Morton) with authentic affection Igor Stravinsky 'Morges 1917'.
Box 71

Stravinsky, Igor--J.S. Bach: Choral variationen uber das weinachtslied Vom Himmel hoch dakomm ich her. 1956.

Physical Description: Manuscript reproduced from transparencies.

Scope and Content Note

Z 1(M). Inscribed in upper right hand corner front cover: To Lawrence Morton with affectionateness I. Str Easter /56.
Box 71

Stravinsky, Igor--Elegy for J.F.K. (1964). 1964.

Physical Description: 2 copies. Reproduced from transparencies.

Scope and Content Note

Text by Wystan Auden.
E 5(M). On one, red pencil corrections and insert--original and inversion form ofrow.
Box 71

Stravinsky, Igor--Praeludium. 1937.

Scope and Content Note

Unpublished.
P55(M). Insert-photostat of 1937 orchestration (with strings) and two sheets from transparencies in L.M.'s hand: To replace the original string guitar and timp. section on p.8.
Box 71

Stravinsky, Igor--In memoriam Dylan Thomas (1954) dirge canons and song for tenor voice string quartet and four trombones. 1954.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
I 1(2). Insert Manuscript trombone parts. Inscribed on title page: To you, dear Lawrence (Morton)cordially I. Str October 54.
Box 71

Stravinsky, Igor--Eight instrumental miniatures (1962). 1962.

Physical Description: 2 complete copies. Reproduction from transparencies.

Scope and Content Note

I 3(). Insert in bound green copy--separate leaf copies of Andantino, Vivace, Lento and Allegretto.
Box 71

Stravinsky, Igor--Agon (1954-1957) ballet for twelve dancers. 1957.

Physical Description: Reproduction from transparencies.

Scope and Content Note

A 3(M). Inscribed on p.1 in upper right corner: To Lawrence Morton all best cordially Igor Stravinsky June /57.
Box 71

Stravinsky, Igor--Elegy for J.F.K. (1964). 1964.

Physical Description: Manuscripts. In large envelope.

Scope and Content Note

Labeled Stravinsky: Elegy for J.F.K. These are the three clarinet parts used at the first performance.
E 5(M).
Box 71

Stravinsky, Igor--Anthem (1962) The dove descending breaks the air for chorus a cappella. 1962.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey & Hawkes, Limited.
D 5(1). Inscribed: To you, dear Lawrence yours as ever I. Str March 2 /64.
Box 72

Stravinsky, Igor--[Balmont songs] The flower & The dove [for soprano and chamber orchestra]. 1954.

Physical Description: Manuscript reproduced from transparencies.

Scope and Content Note

P50(M).
Box 72

Stravinsky, Igor--Requiem canticles (1966). 1966.

Physical Description: Manuscript reproduced from transparencies.

Scope and Content Note

R 9(M).
Box 72

Stravinsky, Igor--The flood [1962]. n.d.

Physical Description: Reproduction from transparencies.

Scope and Content Note

F 7(M). Insert front cover an elaborate serial analysis including a leaf with the series of Schoenberg's Begleitmusik. In L.M.'s hand, pencil analysis in many colors throughout. F 8(1) included.
Box 72

Stravinsky, Igor--A sermon, a narrative and a prayer (1960-61) for solo voices, recitation, and chorus with instruments. 1960-61.

Physical Description: Manuscript reproduced from transparencies.

Scope and Content Note

S20(M). In four parts. Two copies of part 1 (Sermon), one of which is inscribed in the upper left corner of page 1: To Lawrence Morton with affectionate thoughts I. Stravinsky May/61.
Box 72

Stravinsky, Igor--Introitus (1965) T.S. Eliot in memoriam. 1965.

Scope and Content Note

London: Boosey and Hawkes, Limited.
I 4(). Large score is not listed in DSL. Plain grey wrapper inscribed in the upper right hand corner: Igor Stravinsky March 22/65.
Box 72

Stravinsky, Igor--Eight instrumental miniatures [1962] Andantino. 1962.

Scope and Content Note

I 3(M).

Note

Photocopy of autographed reproduction from transparencies (See Box 71).
Box 72

Stravinsky, Igor--Wolf, Hugo. Two songs from the Spanischer liederbuch [1967]. [1967].

Physical Description: Manuscript reproduced from transparencies.

Scope and Content Note

Z18(M). In L.M.'s hand: I made the full score of the Wolf songs, at S's request, from his sketch-particel.
Box 72

Stravinsky, Igor--Hommage a Nadia Boulanger a chanter a son anniversaire, l'an 1947, le jourde 16 septembre, a l'occasion duguel ces vers de Jean de Meung (XIII siecle) furent mis en musique par Igor Stravinsky (XX siecle). 1947.

Scope and Content Note

Unpublished manuscript reproduced from transparencies.
ZZ 9(M).
Box 72

Stravinsky, Igor--Souvenir d'un marche boche. [1915].

Physical Description: Manuscript reproduced from transparencies.

Scope and Content Note

S28(M).
Box 72

Stravinsky, Igor--Anthem [1962] The dove descending breaks the air. 1962.

Physical Description: Manuscript reproduced from transparencies.

Scope and Content Note

D 5(M). Complete serial analysis throughout with the four main forms of the row copied on the back page with a schemata of the dispersion of the series to the voices.
Box 74

Stravinsky, Igor--Pulcinella ballet mit gesang in einem aufzuf. n.d.

Physical Description: Photographic negatives and proof.

Scope and Content Note

Nach italienischen szenarien bearbeitet von Prof. James Bloch.
Berlin: Edition Russe de Musique.
P58a().
Box 74

Pas D'aggrandissement. n.d.

Physical Description: Photographic negatives and prints.

Scope and Content Note

ZZ11(). Orchestration of Russian song (negatives of manuscript).
Box 74

[Stravinsky] Works: Etude for Pianola, Valse pour les enfants, Beethoven opus 75/3 [Orchestration], Souvenir d'une Marche boche. n.d.

Physical Description: Photographic negatives, proofs and prints.

Scope and Content Note

ZZ12(). Miscellaneous.
Box 74

Le Sacre du Printemps--pages from plate no.RMV 197b (L. of C.). n.d..

Physical Description: Photographic 3 × 5 prints.

Scope and Content Note

S 1(1). Incomplete.
Box 74

Moussorgsky-Stravinsky, The Flea. n.d.

Physical Description: Photographic prints.

Scope and Content Note

Z13(M). Three sets of prints of the orchestral score.
Box 75

Beethoven, Marche Boche, F.I. Stravinsky. Mussorgsky-Stravinsky Leagues of Composers programs I (Indoor shots). Gorodetzky no.2. Contact prints completion of Souvenirs de mon enfance. Credo (original) Gorodetsky songs (various editions) Library of Congress Microfilm.

Physical Description: Photographic negatives and microfilms.

Scope and Content Note

Sacre--pages from 197b, errata sheet for 197b. Extra pages--German articles Bruges--beginning of Souvenir de mon enfance; contact prints.
ZZ10(). Miscellaneous compositions.
Box 82

Stravinsky, Igor--Greeting prelude (1955). 1955.

Physical Description: Reproduction from transparencies.

Scope and Content Note

G 1(). Inscribed across the first page To my dear friend Lawrence Morton cordially I. Stravinsky.
Box 82

Stravinsky, Igor--Ebony concerto (1945). 1945.

Physical Description: Reproduction from transparencies.

Scope and Content Note

E 1(). Inscribed in ink in upper right hand corner To Gilbert Grau cordially IStr.
Box 102

Stravinsky, Igor--Circus Polka (1942) composed for a young elephant. 1943.

Scope and Content Note

Arranged for violin and piano by Sol Babitz.
New York: Associated Music Publishers, Incorporated.
Inscribed on cover: To Lawrence Morton affectionately Sol Babitz 9/12/43.
 

Stravinsky, Music Relating to

Box 8

Juskiewicz, Reverend Anton--Melodie ludowe litewskie (Simple Lithuanian folk songs). 1900.

Scope and Content Note

Translated by Birute Lembergas (in manuscript).
Krakau: Verlag der Polinischen Akademie der Wissenshaft.
Translation of the individual songs on separate sheets. Work is photocopy of original, unbound. Includes letters regarding arrangement (by L.M.) for the translation.
Box 42

Grieg, Edvard--Lyrische Stucke fur pianoforte opus 7. 1950.

Scope and Content Note

Frankfurt: C.F. Peters.
Box 42

Mussorgsky, Modeste--The flea lied des Mephistopheles im Auerbach's keller. 1934.

Scope and Content Note

Moscow: Edition de Musique de L'stat R.S.F.S.R.
Box 42

Mussorgsky, Modeste--The flea. 1911.

Scope and Content Note

Leipzig: Breitkopf & Hartel.
Box 42

Beethoven, Ludwig van--Sechs lieder. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

London: Augener & Company.
Box 48

Wolf, Hugo--Spanisches liederbuch, nach Paul Heyse und Emanuel Geibel. Band I geistlichelieder original ausgabe. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Englische Ubersetzung von John Bernhoff.
Frankfurt: C.F. Peters.
Stravinsky orchestrated no.IX Herr, was tragt der Boden hier and no.X Wunden tragst du, mein Geliebter in 1968.
Box 48

Wolf, Hugo--Spanisches liederbuch, nach Paul Heyse und Emanuel Geibel. Band III originalausgabe. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Englische ubersetzung von John Bernhoff.
Frankfurt: C.F. Peters.
Insert photocopy of no.X Wunden tragst du, mein geliebter, from volume 1.
Box 48

Debussy, Claude--43 songs for voice and piano (high). 1961.

Scope and Content Note

New York: International Music Company.
In L.M.'s hand, red ink identification of poets in the table of contents.
Box 48

Schumann, Robert--Samtliche lieder fur eine singstimme mit klavier begleitung. Band 1-3. Original ausgabe (hohe stimme). n.d.

Scope and Content Note

New York: C.F. Peters Corporation.
Box 48

Wolf, Hugo--Michelangelo-lieder. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

New York: C.F. Peters Corporation.
In L.M.'s hand, penciled timings and instrumental indications throughout.
Box 58

Lombardo, Carmen--'Round my heart. 1932.

Physical Description: 3 copies.

Scope and Content Note

Words by Joe Young.
New York: Famous Music Corporation.
Box 58

Robison, Willard--'Round my old deserted farm. 1937.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Irving Berlin Incorporated.
Box 71

Burton, Steven--Stravinskiana Concertino for flute and piano. 1975.

Scope and Content Note

Paris: Editions Salabert.
Box 72

Spies, Claudio--LXXXV: Eight + fives for strings and clarinets. 1967.

Physical Description: Manuscript reproduced from transparencies.

Scope and Content Note

Inscribed in upper right corner: For Bob, a brief antidote to CARDILLANGWEILE-Claudio 3. VII.1967.
Box 72

Klebe, Giselher--Surge aquile; et veni, auster: Paraphrase uber ein thema von Igor Strawinskyfur Orgel opus 60. 1972.

Scope and Content Note

Kassel: Barenreiter-Ausgabe.
Box 73

Beer, Leopold--Marschepperlin. 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Bearbeitet von Leopold Beer. Band I & II.
Wien-Leipzig: Musikverlag Johann Kliment.
Box 73

Detskie pesno na russkie i malorossooskie napevy s akkompanimentom fortepiano. [19--?].

Scope and Content Note

Mamontovoi pod redaktsieiu Professora P. Chaikovskago, s prilozheniem tekh-zhe pesen vtrekhgolosnom perelozhenii K. Al'brekhta.
V Moskva: P.I. Urgeneson.
Russian folk music.
Box 73

Balakirev, M.--Recueil de chants populaires russes, notes et harmonises. Sbornik russkikhnarodnykh p'esen'. 1898.

Scope and Content Note

Traduction francaise de J. Sergennois.
Leipzig: M.P. Belaieff.
Box 73

Liapounow, S., arranger--35 chants populaires russes. Pesen' russkago naroda: dlia odnogogolosa s soprovozhdeniem fortepiano iz sobrannykh v 1893 g. 1899.

Scope and Content Note

S.M. Liapunovym i Th. M. Istominym. Perelozhil S. Liapu November.
Izsano s vysochaishago soizvoleniia Piesennoiu Komissieuir Imperatorskago Russkago Geograficheskago Obshchestva. [No imprint].
Box 74

Beethoven-Marche Boche-F.I. Stravinsky. Mussorgsky-Stravinsky Leagues of Composers programs I (Indoor shots). Gorodetzky no.2. Contact prints completion of Souvenirs de mon enfance. Credo (original) Gorodetsky songs (various editions) Library of Congress Microfilm.

Physical Description: Photographic negatives and microfilms.

Scope and Content Note

Sacre--pages from 197b, errata sheet for 197b. Extra pages--German articles Bruges--beginning of Souvenir de mon enfance--contact prints.
Box 74

Folk music sources. n.d.

Physical Description: Photographic negatives and prints.
Box 82

Shackelford, Rudy--Le Tombeau de Stravinsky (1971-76) for harpsichord solo. 1977.

Physical Description: Photocopy.

Scope and Content Note

New York: Joseph Boonin, Incorporated.
Box 100

Russian avant garde--Works by Rebikoff, Lourie, Wolfsfriedhof, Dechevov, Mossolow. n.d.

Physical Description: Photocopies in large envelope.
 

Stravinsky, Photographs, Paintings, Prints, etc.

Box 28

Columbia Records concerts in Town Hall--Flyer. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Announcing Stravinsky concerts on 20 December 1959, 3 January 1960 and 10 January 1960.
Box 31

Folder containing 89 photos or other images of the Stravinskys, Robert Craft, Darius Milhaud, Lukas Foss, Lawrence Morton, Vaclav Nijinsky, et al.

Box 37

Cocteau, Jean--Stravinsky playing Le Sacre du Printemps 1913. 1913.

Physical Description: Photocopy.
Box 37

Larionev, Mikhail--A sheet of caricatures-Diaghilev, Massine, Ansermet, Misia Sert, Picasso, Appollinaire, Stravinsky, and others. n.d.

Box 65

European trip--on ship and in Venice (No clearly identifiable pictures of Stravinsky). 1956.

Physical Description: Color photographic prints.
Box 67

International Stravinsky Symposium (poster). 1982.

Box 69

Stravinsky portraits.

Scope and Content Note

Listing of works owned by Stravinsky. Catalogue of Stravinsky images (graphics, oils and sculpture). Letters re iconography and portrait exhibition to and from Craft et al. Drawings.
Box 70

Six sketches of Stravinsky by Mae Babitz (1955-56).

Physical Description: In tube.
Box 71

Stravinsky, Igor--No title. Music manuscript decorated with famous icon from 'Conversations' (This is my music) and a pen and ink portrait of the composer. n.d.

Physical Description: Photographic reproduction (3 copies).

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky has personalized the sheet with hand copied and signed musical excerpts: The first four bars of L'Histoire in the upper left corner.
The preceding two items are in a sealed plastic bag with an ink (cut out) portrait of Stravinsky, unsigned, but marked H/T 11 @70%, as well as the negatives.
Box 71

Stravinsky, Igor--Copy of drawing of Stravinsky--by MHS. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Picasso []23 in upper left hand corner.
Box 72

Stravinsky with an unidentified violinist playing Pulcinella.

Physical Description: Photographic reproduction on poster board 10.5 × 13.
Box 74

Stravinsky, Feodor Ignatievitch. n.d.

Physical Description: Photographic prints.

Scope and Content Note

Two photos of portraits of Stravinsky pere.
Box 80

Bachardy, Don--Reproductions of portraits of Stravinsky by the artist Don Bachardy.

Box 81

Bruehl-Bourges (photographer)--Stravinsky's The card party. 1937.

Scope and Content Note

Vogue (May 1).
Box 81

Bouche, Rene--Igor Stravinsky (painting). 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Vogue (May).
Box 82

Croizard, Maurice--Un petit homme en sandales realise chaque jour le miracle de la creation. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

[With a photographic essay by] Gjon Mili.
Paris Match (13 Fevrier).
Box 82

Newman, Arnold--Photograph of Stravinsky and an open piano. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Life (December 13): 122.
Box 82

Poster for Stravinsky 85 a Bing concert 28 August 1967.

Box 125

Stravinsky. Large photo with cigarette.

Box 125

Color photo of Stravinsky (cover of Realites) and photocopy of title page of Eight instrumental miniatures.

Box 125

Lebrun, Rico--Pencil drawing of Igor Stravinsky. ca. 1941-47.

Box 125

Newman, Arnold--Stravinsky and Morton. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Signed photographic print.
Box 126

Hockney, David--Igor Stravinsky Metropolitan Opera 1981/1982. 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Poster.
Box 126

Motherwell, Robert--Ojai Festival, 1982. 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Poster.
Inscribed For Lawrence Morton Robert 5/100.
 

Stravinsky, Programs Relating to

Box 6

International Stravinsky Symposium--University of California at San Diego. 1982.

Box 25

New York City Ballet (18-25 June)--Stravinsky Festival. 1972.

Physical Description: Inside the gold box.
Box 25

Le Biennale di Venezia. 1956.

Box 25

Le Biennale di Venizia. 1958.

Box 25

Le Biennale di Venezia. 1960.

Box 25

The San Francisco Symphony. 1979/80.

Box 25

Domaine Musicale (8 November). 1961.

Box 25

English Bach Festival (26 June to 5 July). 1964.

Physical Description: Inside the gold box.
Box 25

Les Ballet Russe (Mai/Juin). 1914.

Physical Description: Inside the gold box.
Box 25

Theatre Royal de La Monnaie (December). 1959.

Physical Description: Inside the gold box.

Scope and Content Note

Newsprint program.
Box 25

The Russian Opera in London. 1930 [ca.].

Physical Description: Inside the gold box.

Scope and Content Note

Featuring Beecham, Dolin, Chaliapin.
Box 25

The Santa Fe Opera. 1963.

Physical Description: Inside the gold box.
Box 25

Los Angeles International Music Festival (4-10 June). 1962.

Physical Description: Inside the gold box.
Box 25

[The Israel Festival] (24 August). 1964.

Physical Description: Inside the gold box.

Scope and Content Note

20 August 1964 was the premiere of Abraham and Isaac.
Box 25

The Israel Festival (7 July to 31 August). 1964.

Physical Description: Inside the gold box.

Scope and Content Note

20 August 1964 was the premiere of Abraham and Isaac.
Box 25

An Exhibition for the Benefit of the Dance Collection of the New York Public Library (2 May-2 June)--Stravinsky and the dance. 1962.

Physical Description: Inside the gold box.
Box 25

Theatre Royal de La Monnaie (7 December)--Gala production of Le Sacre du Printemps for the King of Belgium. 1959.

Physical Description: Inside the gold box.

Note

See L.M.'s descriptions of this event to Sheldon Meyer (Oxford University press folder) December 12, 1959 in Box 85.
Box 25

Domain Musicale (14 December). 1967.

Box 27

Boston Symphony Orchestra (10-11 October). 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Michael Tilson Thomas conducts Boston premiere of Stravinsky, Variations Aldous Huxley in memoriam.
Box 27

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York at Carnegie Hall (1-2 February). 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Glinka, Russlan and Ludmilla overture, Tchaikovsky, Symphony no.2, hisOde, Piano Concerto ( Beveridge Webster, piano), Four Norwegian moods and Circus polka.
Box 27

Bing Concert at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (6 September)--Homage to Stravinsky. 1968.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts Symphonies of Wind Instruments (original and revised versions), premiere of Wolf-Stravinsky Two sacred songs and Les Noces (1914-16, 1919 and final 1921-23 version).
Box 27

University of Southern California, Bovard Auditorium (2, 8 & 10 December). 1961.

Scope and Content Note

Walter Ducloux production of The rake's progress. It was the review of this production that provoked the letters to the music editor-- Los Angeles Times in Box 69.
Box 27

Atlanta Symphony (31 January). 1955.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Mozart, Serenade notturno (no.6), Tchaikovsky, Serenade for strings, his Scenes de ballet and Petroushka suite (1947).
Box 27

Berlin Festival (2 October)--[All Stravinsky]. 1956.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts his Symphony in C, Scenes de ballet and Ode.
Box 27

University of Southern California (2 June)--[All Stravinsky]. 1951.

Scope and Content Note

Lillian Steuber and John Crown play Concerto for 2 solo pianos, Roger Wagner conducts Massand Ingolf Dahl conducts Les Noces.
Box 27

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (17 April). 1965.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts Schoenberg, Six orchestral songs opus 8, Variations for orchestra, Six pieces for male chorus and premiere of Stravinsky, Introitus. Stravinsky conducts his Pulcinella ballet.
Box 27

Bing Concert of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (28 August)--In honor of Igor Stravinsky's 85th birthday. 1967.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts Stravinsky, Monumentum pro Gesualdo, Shutz Es ging ein Samann aus, zu saen Sein Samen and Stravinsky, Requiem canticles (performed twice).
Box 27

San Francisco Symphony (30 June). 1982.

Box 27

La Fenice (26, 27 & 29 May). 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky, L'Histoire du soldat conducted by Brissoni.
Box 27

Los Angeles Philharmonic (17 November). 1953.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Glinka, Russlan and Ludmilla overture, Tchaikovsky, Symphony no.2, his Pulcinella suite and The firebird suite (1919!).
Box 27

California Institute of Technology 75th Anniversary Chamber Orchestra (7 November). 1966.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts Beethoven, Symphony no.1 and Act 1 scene 3 from Stravinsky, The rake's progress. Stravinsky conducts his Dumbarton Oaks concerto and Pulcinella suite.
Box 27

Evenings on the Roof (8 March). 1954.

Scope and Content Note

World premiere of the Stravinsky, Shakespeare songs dedicated to Evenings on the Roof. Also craft conducts Stravinsky, Cantata.
Box 27

San Francisco Symphony (12-14 February)--[All Stravinsky]. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Apollo, Leader of the muses[!], Four Norwegian moods, Circus polka, Concerto in D for strings and Divertimento.
Box 27

Dallas Symphony (17 March). 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Glinka, Russlan and Ludmilla overture, Tchaikovsky, Symphony no.2, and his Scenes de ballet and The firebird suite (1919).
Box 27

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York at Carnegie Hall (1 March)--[All Stravinsky]. 1953.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Pulcinella suite, Jeu de cartes, Divertimento and Berceuse and finale from 'The firebird'.
Box 27

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York (26-27 February)--[All Stravinsky]. 1953.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Pulcinella suite, Jeu de cartes, Four etudes for orchestra, Divertimento and Berceuse and finale from The firebird.
Box 27

New York Philharmonic (23 July)--A festival of Stravinsky. 1966.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky and Craft conduct Stravinsky, Symphony in Eb, The flood and Symphony of psalms.
Box 27

San Francisco Symphony (3-5 April)--[All Stravinsky]. 1974.

Scope and Content Note

J. Liebling conducts Concerto in D, Movements for piano and orchestra, Piano concerto andLes Noces.
Box 27

Swedish Opera (13 September). 1961.

Scope and Content Note

IngMarch Bergman's production of The rake's progress conducted by Michael Gielen.
Box 27

Harvard Summer School (12 August)--[All Stravinsky]. 1968.

Scope and Content Note

Claudio Spies conducts preliminary versions of Les Noces.

Note

There are letters about this concert in Box 6.
Box 27

Nordeutsches Rundfunks (30 October). 1959.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts Stravinsky, Agon and works by Schonbach, Henze and Webern.
Box 27

Monday Evening Concert. (5 March). 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Marni Nixon sings Stravinsky, Pastorale, Balmont songs and Children stories.
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Monday Evening Concerts in Association with the Fromm Foundation (9 February). 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts premiere of Stravinsky, Anthem, also works by J.S. Bach, Elliott Carter and Schoenberg.
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Monday Evening Concert (29 January). 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Gregg Smith Singers perform Stravinsky, Four Russian peasant songs.
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Monday Evening Concerts (15 January). 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky, Shakespeare songs, Septet, Four Russian peasant songs, Two early piano pieces, Three easy pieces for piano duet (easy left), Five easy pieces for piano duet (easy right).
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Royal Opera House Covent Garden (11 July). 1975.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky, Les Noces conducted by Ashley Lawrence.
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Opening of Zellerbach Hall (21-23 and 25-26 May). 1968.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky and Craft conduct.
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National Symphony of Mexico (28 & 30 March). 1952.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts.
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Santa Fe Opera (12 July). 1959.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts U.S. premiere of his Threni.
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First Congregational Church, Los Angeles (22 May). 1943.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts his Danses concertantes.
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[U.S.S.R] (25 December). 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Cyrillic.
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[U.S.S.R.]. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Cyrillic.
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[U.S.S.R.] (19 November). 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Cyrillic.
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[U.S.S.R.] (29 September). 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Cyrillic.
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Coronet Theater (December 14)--Music of Hanns Eisler. 1947.

Scope and Content Note

Sponsored by Stravinsky, Copland, Sessions, Toch and Harris.
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Beckman Auditorium, Cal Tech (Pasadena, California--7 November). 1966.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky and Craft conduct.
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Los Angeles Music Guild (11 October). 1950.

Scope and Content Note

Vronsky and Babin play Stravinsky, Concerto for 2 solo pianos.
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Paris (22 May)--[All Stravinsky]. 1928.

Scope and Content Note

Oedipus Rex, Le Sacre du Printemps, Feu d'artifice.
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University of California at Los Angeles, Royce Hall (29 December). 1956.

Scope and Content Note

Los Angeles premiere of Stravinsky, 'Vom Himmel hoch...' Variations, Carlton Martin, conducting.
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American Ballet Theatre at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles (February). 1976.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky, Les Noces.
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Monday Evening Concert (3 April). 1963.

Scope and Content Note

Boulez conducts Stravinsky, Three Japanese lyrics, works by Ravel, Debussy, Boulez and Webern.
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Hollywood Bowl (1-10 July). 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Inserted in this program--Albert Goldberg review of Stravinsky Festival ( Los Angeles Times 12 July 1982).
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San Francisco Opera Summer Festival. 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky, The rake's progress.
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Los Angeles Philharmonic (February). 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Alan Rich', Stravinsky in Wonderland.
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Los Angeles Philharmonic (27-28 January). 1966.

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Bayerischen Rundfunks (10 October)--[All Stravinsky]. 1956.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Variations, Symphony in C, Scenes de ballet and Symphony in three movements.
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Ballet Russe (Geneva/20 December). 1915.

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Il Semana de Musica od Vanguardia--Rio de Janeiro (8-12 September). 1966.

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Vancouver Symphony Orchestra (12-13 July). 1965.

Scope and Content Note

Canadian premiere of Variations Aldous Huxley in Memoriam.
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La Biennale di Venizia (19 September). 1958.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts his Oedipus Rex.
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The Opera Society of Washington (19, 20 and 22 January). 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts his Oedipus Rex. Craft conducts Ravel, L'Heure espagnole.
Box 27

La Biennale di Venezia (27 September). 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts Berg, Preludium, Reigen, Der Wein and Altenberg lieder. Stravinsky conducts his Monumentum pro Gesualdo and Orpheus.
Box 27

Brussels Pro Arte Concerts. 1921-23.

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Stravinsky/Dushkin American Tour--[All Stravinsky]. 1935.

Scope and Content Note

Inserted program of concert from 16 December 1934 Monte Carlo.
Box 27

Los Angeles Music Festival at Royce Hall, UCLA (15 June). 1959.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts J.S. Bach, 3rd Suite, Schoenberg, Begleitungsmusik and Mozart, Symphony no.29. Stravinsky conducts his Le Rossignol.
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University of Southern California (November)--A concert to honor Igor Stravinsky. 1957.

Scope and Content Note

Ingolf Dahl conducts Bach, Suite no.3 in D, Stravinsky, Dumbarton Oaks concerto and Persephone.
Box 27

International Conference of Contemporary Music--Rome (15 April). 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Symphony concert of Stravinsky's music conducted by the author.
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34 Festival Mondial de Musique--Cologne (17 June). 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt conducts the European premiere of Stravinsky, Movements for piano and orchestra.
Box 27

Hollywood Bowl (5 July)--[All Stravinsky]. 1966.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky and Craft conduct Stravinsky, Scenes de ballet, Chant du rossignol, The firebird [1919!], Le Baiser de la fee and Petroushka (1947).
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Santa Fe Opera (17, 19 and 20 July). 1957.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts Stravinsky, The rake's progress.
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St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. 1941.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Cherubini Overture to 'Anacreon', Tchaikovsky, Symphony no.2, his Symphony in C and Infernal dance, berceuse and finale from 'The firebird' (1919).
Box 27

Los Angeles Philharmonic (November 19-20)--[All Stravinsky]. 1953.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts his Pulcinella (Complete Ballet), Ode and Symphony of psalms.
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University of Southern California in collaboration with Monday Evening Concerts (November). 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Premiere of instrumental version of Two Japanese lyrics, first American performance of 1930 instrumentation of Souvenirs of childhood.
Note indicates Ingolf Dahl conducted as Robert Craft was ill.
Box 27

Los Angeles Philharmonic (10-11 January)--[All Stravinsky]. 1963.

Scope and Content Note

Mehta/Zorina Persephone. Also Ode & Symphony in three movements.
Box 27

Monday Evening Concert at Plummer Park (6 April). 1964.

Scope and Content Note

Premiere of Stravinsky, Elegy for J.F.K.
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Monday Evening Concert at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (31 October). 1966.

Scope and Content Note

Premiere of Stravinsky, The owl and the pussycat. Stravinsky was in attendance.
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Nordeutscher Rundfunk Sinfonieorchester--[All Stravinsky]. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky and Craft conduct Symphonies of wind instruments, In memoriam Dylan Thomas, 'Himmell hoch...' Variations and Threni.
Box 27

Los Angeles Music Festival at Royce Hall, UCLA (7 June). 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts Gabrieli, in Ecclesiis, Berg, Chamber Concerto (Pearl Kaufman, piano and Eudice Shapiro, violin). Stravinsky conducts his Mass and Les Noces.
Box 27

Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra (20 December)--[All Stravinsky]. 1940.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts his Divertimento, Petroushka suite, Jeu de cartes and The firebird suite (1919).
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Monday Evening Concert (30 September). 1963.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts first complete Los Angeles performance of Stravinsky, Eight instrumental miniatures.
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Los Angeles Music Festival at Royce Hall (16 June). 1958.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts Schubert-Webern, German dances, Webern, Five pieces opus 5 and Haydn, Symphony no.101. Stravinsky conducts his Faun and shepherdess and Mavra.
Box 27

Los Angeles Music Festival in Association with Monday Evening Concerts (17 June)--Igor Stravinsky 75th Birthday Celebration. 1957.

Scope and Content Note

Waxman conducts Stravinsky, Greeting prelude, Craft conducts Symphonies of wind instruments, Canticum sacrum and Agon. Stravinsky conducts 'Himmel hoch...' variations and Symphony of psalms.
Box 27

Los Angeles Music Festival at Royce Hall, UCLA (5 June). 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Franz Waxman conducts Stravinsky, Oedipus Rex.
Box 27

Giovedi Musicali di Lugano (29 April)--[All Stravinsky]. 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Concerto in D for strings, Septet, Danses concertantes, Dumbarton Oaks concerto and Pulcinella suite.
Box 27

Los Angeles Music Festival at Royce Hall, UCLA (5 May). 1966.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts Stravinsky, Four etudes, Largo and finale' from Symphony in Eb and Berg Altenberg lieder. Stravinsky conducts his Persephone.
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University of California at Los Angeles Symphony (21 April). 1959.

Scope and Content Note

Lukas Foss conducts West Coast Premiere of Stravinsky, Threni.
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Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (27 November). 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Harold Byrnes conducts the West Coast premiere of Stravinsky, Mass.
Box 27

Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (11 November)--[All Stravinsky]. 1952.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts his Danses concertantes, premiere of Concertino for twelve instruments, premiere of Cantata and Pulcinella suite.
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Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra at Royce Hall UCLA (20 November)--[All Stravinsky]. 1955.

Physical Description: 2 copies.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts his Dumbarton Oaks Concerto, Bluebird--Pas de deux, Danses concertantes, Ragtime, Pribaoutki and Renard.
Box 27

International Conference of Contemporary Music--Rome (12 April). 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts chamber works by various composers.
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Los Angeles Music Festival (5 June). 1961.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts Bach-Schoenberg, Two chorale preludes, Schoenberg, Die Gluckliche hand and Four Songs opus 22. Stravinsky conducts his Violin Concerto (E. Shapiro) and Symphony of psalms.
Box 27

Monday Evening Concert (16 April). 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Lukas Foss conducts Stravinsky, Octet and Berceuses du chat.
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Orquestra Sinfonica Nacional--Lisbon (5 June)--[All Stravinsky]. 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Divertimento, Scenes de ballet, Jeu de cartes and Petroushka (1946).
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L'Orchestre National--Paris (11 October). 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky, Les Noces conducted by M. Leroux.
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Los Angeles Philharmonic (18-19 March)--[All Stravinsky]. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Scenes de ballet, Symphony in three movements, Scherzo a la russe, Four Norwegian moods, Circus polka, Divertimento.
Program notes by Halsey Stevens.
Box 27

Orquestra Sinfonica de Mexico (26-28 July)--[All Stravinsky]. 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Tableau 1 from 'Petroushka (1946), Symphony in three movements, Apollo, Scherzo a la russe, Scenes de ballet and Circus polka.
Box 27

Los Angeles Philharmonic Toscanini pension concert at Philharmonic Auditorium (6 January). 1947.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Glinka, Russlan and Ludmilla Overture and his Symphony in three movements. Otto Klemperer conducts Tchaikovsky Symphony no.6.
Box 27

Evenings on the Roof--Stravinsky jazz. 1953.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts Ragtime (1953 version), Tango, Valse and Ragtime from 'L'Histoire du Soldat, Piano rag (I. Dahl), premiere of Preludium (rev.), Premiere of Tango (1953), Ebony Concerto.
Box 27

Monday Evening Concert (21 February). 1955.

Scope and Content Note

Premiere of the instrumentation of Stravinsky, 1914-15 songs for soprano, flute, harp and guitar.
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La Biennale di Venizia/La Fenice (11, 13 & 14 September). 1951.

Scope and Content Note

World premiere of The rake's progress.
Box 27

Westdeutsche Rundfunk (30 May)--[All Stravinsky]. 1968.

Scope and Content Note

Michael Gielen conducts Stravinsky, A sermon, a narrative and a prayer, Requiem canticles and Threni.
Box 27

Dylan Thomas Memorial Concert (20 September). 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts premiere of Stravinsky, In memoriam Dylan Thomas (twice).
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Orchestra Sinfonica e Coro di Torino Della Radio televisione Italiana (23 April)--[All Stravinsky]. 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Ode, Violin Concerto (Jeanne Gauthier, violin) and Persephone.
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Monday Evening Concert at Plummer Park (26 March). 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts premiere of Stravinsky, Pastorale from Les cinq doigts for two oboes, bassoon and horn.
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Monday Evening Concert at Plummer Park (19 March). 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Robert Gross and Anita Priest play two Stravinsky transcriptions for violin and piano.
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Ojai Festival (27 May). 1956.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts premiere of Stravinsky, Himmel hoch...' Variations. Stravinsky conducts hisLes Noces.
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(14-16 December). 1967.

Scope and Content Note

Sixten Ehrling conducts Symphony in 3 Movements.
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Monday Evening Concert (11 October). 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts premiere of Stravinsky, Four Russian peasant songs for female chorus and 4 horns.
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Cleveland Orchestra (11 & 13 December)--[All Stravinsky]. 1952.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Cleveland premiere of Ode, Symphony in C and Pulcinella (complete ballet).
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Stadtische Buhne Heidelberg. 1960-61.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky, Orpheus ballet.
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New York City Ballet (18 June)--Stravinsky festival. 1972.

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Beverly Hills Symphony (27 February)--[All Stravinsky]. 1967.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts his Fireworks, The firebird suite, Petroushka suite. Craft conducts Stravinsky, Le Sacre du Printemps.
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Teatro Eliseo, Roma (12 April). 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts the European premiere of Stravinsky, Septet.
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Koussevitzky concert (23-24 January)--[All Stravinsky]. 1925.

Scope and Content Note

Song of the Volga boatman arranged for wind orchestra, Piano Concerto (I. Stravinsky, piano) and The firebird suite (1919).
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Boston Symphony Orchestra (11-12 February)--[All Stravinsky]. 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Ode, Capriccio (Soulima Stravinsky, piano), Concerto in D for strings and the first concert performance of Orpheus.
Box 27

Stadtische Buhne Heidelberg (17 June). 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky, Pulcinella.
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Stadtische Buhne Heidelberg. 1959-60.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky, L'Histoire du soldat.
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Teatro Eliseo, Roma (14 April)--[All Stravinsky]. 1954.

Scope and Content Note

It is unclear whether or not the composer conducted. The program included Orpheus, Scherzo ala russe, Four Norwegian moods, Scenes de ballet and The firebird suite [version?].
Box 27

Los Angeles Music Guild (6 January)--[All Stravinsky]. 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts Dumbarton Oaks Concerto, Verlaine Songs, Pribaoutki and Renard. Stravinsky conducts his L'Histoire du soldat' suite.
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Royal Opera House Covent Garden (16 December). 1982.

Scope and Content Note

David Atherton conducts Stravinsky, The rake's progress.
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Orquesta Sinfonica de Mexico (18 & 20 July)--[All Stravinsky]. 1941.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Symphony in C, Capriccio (Salvador Ochoa, piano), Pulcinella suite and Divertimento.
Box 28

The Concert Choir at Town Hall (New York--12 January)--[All Stravinsky]. 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Margaret Hillis conducts Pater Noster, Ave Maria, Mass, Symphony of Psalms, Mavra and Les Noces.
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Vienna State Opera (4 November). 1958.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts his Oedipus Rex.
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La Biennale de Venizia (27 September). 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts Stravinsky, Monumentum pro Gesualdo and Orpheus.
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Dusseldorf (6 February)--[All Stravinsky]. 1930.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Apollon musagetes, Suites I & II for small orchestra, Petrouschka and The firebird suite (1919).
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St. Louis Symphony (5-6 February). 1966.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts Brahms-Schoenberg, Piano quartet in g minor. Stravinsky conducts his Variations Aldous Huxley in memoriam (Craft ?), Capriccio (Jocy de Oliveira, pianist) and Pulcinella Suite.
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La Biennale di Venizia (19 September)--[All Stravinsky]. 1958.

Scope and Content Note

Oedipus Rex and Le Sacre du Printemps.
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Columbia Records Concert in Town Hall (20 December). 1959.

Scope and Content Note

Premiere of Stravinsky, Epitaphium.
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New York City Ballet (21 December)--[All Stravinsky]. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Apollo, Ebony Concerto, Agon and Firebird (1946).
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La Biennale di Venizia (23 September)--[All Stravinsky]. 1958.

Scope and Content Note

Symphonies of wind instruments, In memoriam Dylan Thomas, Vom Himmel hoch...' Variations and Threni.
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Columbia Records Concert in Town Hall (New York). 10 January. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Premiere of Stravinsky, Movements for piano and orchestra.
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Theatre des Nation (Paris 15 March-13 July)--Paris Festival revue 1954-60, 1960.

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Festival D'Automne A Paris (September-December)--Stravinsky. 1980.

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A Haydn--Stravinsky celebration presented by The Chamber Society of Lincoln Center (13-20 September). 1981.

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Musica Viva, Munchen--Series program. 1962-63.

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Musica Viva Munchen (17 February). 1956.

Scope and Content Note

Eugen Jochum conducts Pulcinella.
Box 28

Musica Viva, Munchen (19 November)--[All Stravinsky]. 1963.

Scope and Content Note

Paul Sacher conducts Monumentum pro Gesualdo, Abraham and Isaac, A sermon, a narrative and a prayer and Symphony in three movements.
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Sadler's Wells Theater at the Theatre Royal de la Monnai (Brussels 18 April)--[All Stravinsky]. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Oedipus Rex conducted by Colin Davis. Le Sacre du Printemps conducted by Andre Vandernoot.
Box 28

Hamburg Opera at the Edinburgh Festival--[All Stravinsky]. 1956.

Scope and Content Note

Oedipus Rex and Mavra.
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Los Angeles County Museum (27 June)--[All Stravinsky]. 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts Pastoral, Septet (American radio premiere), Shakespeare Songs (world radio premiere), Tango, Cantata (American radio premiere).
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New York Concert Symphony Orchestra, Ithica College Choir at Princeton University (8 October)--[All Stravinsky]. 1966.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts Symphonies of wind instruments, Pater noster, Credo (Premiere of rev.version), Ave Maria, Variations Aldous Huxley in memoriam, Mass and premiere of Requiem canticles.
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Le Choer de la Radio-Television de Belgrade avec le concours de L'Orchestre de Chambre de la Radio Diffusion-Television Francaise. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Borivoje Simic conducts Stravinsky, Les Noces.
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Fromm Music Foundation in Town Hall (4 January). 1959.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky, Threni, also works by Berg.
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San Francisco Opera (29 October). 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Leopold Ludwig conducts The rake's progress.
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Columbia Records Concert in Town Hall (3 January). 1960.

Scope and Content Note

American premiere of Webern 6 pieces opus 6.
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Los Angeles Music Festival in Association with Monday Evening Concerts. 17 June--[All Stravinsky]. 1957.

Scope and Content Note

Waxman conducts Greeting Prelude. Craft conducts Symphonies of wind instruments, Canticumsacrum and Agon. A. Huxley speaks. Stravinsky conducts Himmel hoch... and Symphony of psalms.
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Swarthmore College Orchestra and Chorus (1 May). 1965.

Scope and Content Note

Claudio Spies conducts Stravinsky, Introitus.
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Janssen Symphony at the Wilshire Ebell Theater (22 October). 1944.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky, Dumbarton Oaks concerto--in L.M.'s hand, mistakenly labeled Los Angeles Premiere.
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Janssen Symphony at the Wilshire Ebell Theater (8 February). 1942.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts the premiere of his Danses concertantes, also Pulcinella Suite.
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London Sinfonietta (17 June)--Igor Stravinsky anniversary concert. 1972.

Scope and Content Note

Conducted by Elgar Howeth.
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Santa Fe Opera (17, 19 & 20 July). 1957.

Scope and Content Note

Craft conducts The rake's progress.
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Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Wilshire Ebell Theater (3 January). 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Harold Byrnes conducts Stravinsky, Dumbarton Oaks Concerto.
Box 28

Los Angeles Music Festival (7 June)--[All Stravinsky]. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Mass and Les Noces.
Box 28

Los Angeles Music Festival Program Book (5 June). 1961.

Box 28

Teatro alla Scala (4 March). 1980.

Scope and Content Note

Hans Vonk conducts The rake's progress.
Box 28

Norddeutscher Rundfunk (19 September)--[All Stravinsky]. 1958.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Oedipus Rex and Le Sacre du Printemps.
Box 28

The Chamber Art Society (11 April)--[All Stravinsky]. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts the first concert performance of Symphonies of wind instruments (1947 version), also Danses concertantes and Capriccio. Craft conducts Symphony in C.
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Orquesta Sinfonica Venezuela (19 April). 1953.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Glinka, Russlan and Ludmilla overture, Tchaikovsky, Symphony no.2 and his The firebird suite (n.d.).
Box 28

Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Royce Hall (15 January)--[All Stravinsky]. 1952.

Scope and Content Note

Stravinsky conducts Octet, Histoire du soldat suite, Dumbarton Oaks concerto and Danses concertantes.
Box 30

Berlin Festwoche--Igor Strawinsky--Austellung. 1980.

Box 60

Ville de Strasbourg Deuxieme Exposition Europeenne--Les ballets russes de Serge de Diaghilev. 1969 15 Mai-15 Septembre.

Scope and Content Note

Ville de Strasbourg.
Box 65

League of composer programs and scores.

Physical Description: Photographic negatives and prints.
Box 67

The University of Utah Department of Music (20-22 April)--The Stravinsky centennial. 1982.

Box 67

Boston Symphony Orchestra 1972-1973 (12-13 January). 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Salute to Diaghilev--2 Spectrum Concerts--M.T. Thomas.
Box 67

The Stravinsky Centenary Festival at the Hollywood Bowl (1, 3, 8 and 10 July). 1982.

Physical Description: 2 copies.

Scope and Content Note

Flyer with poster.
Box 67

A Haydn--Stravinsky celebration presented by The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (13-20 September). 1981.

Box 67

International Stravinsky Symposium/University of California at San Diego--Stravinsky 100. 1982.

Box 67

30. Berliner festwochen 80--Opus Strawinsky festakademe. 1980.

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30. Berliner festwochen 80--Geburtstagsparty fur Strawinsky. 1980.

Box 85

New York City Opera--The rake's progress (September 30). 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Conducted by Christopher Keene.
Box 91

Theatre National de L'Opera--Hommage a Diaghilev. 1972.

Box 96

Ojai Festival--Programs. 1948-1970.

Box 96

Los Angeles County Museum of Art--Music programs. 1965-1976.

Box 97

Los Angeles County Museum of Art--Music programs. 1977-1982.

Box 97

Ojai Festivals--Programs. 1971-1985.

 

Stravinsky, Vera

Box 6

Morton correspondence relating to loan of Vera Stravinsky paintings to exhibit in Minneapolis. 1985.

Box 10

Craft, Robert--Where's Vera? She's painting. 1972.

Scope and Content Note

Photographed by Arnold Newman.
Saturday Review (26 February): 45-49.
Box 34

Stravinsky, Vera--Letter to a cousin in Moscow. 1964.

Scope and Content Note

The London Magazine (August) 4(5): 49-55.
Box 35

Stravinsky, Vera-- Fantastic cities and other paintings. 1977.

Scope and Content Note

Boston: David R. Godine.
Inscribed by the author: To Dear Lawrence my old friend with love Vera Stravinsky 1979.
Box 68

Stravinsky, Vera.

Box 81

Craft, Robert--Where's Vera? She's painting. 1972.

Scope and Content Note

Saturday Review (26 February): 45-49.
Box 81

Craft, Robert--La Belle russe. 1978.

Scope and Content Note

Vogue (October): 358-59, 396.
Box 81

Aronson, M. l--Vera Stravinsky: Stravinsky in pictures and documents. 1979.

Scope and Content Note

Interview 9(4): 53-58.
Box 123

Craft, Robert--Vera Stravinsky. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

New York Review of Books (17 March): 8-12.
Box 125

Six works on canvas.

Box 126

Stravinsky, Vera-- Three Oils on Canvas. 1958, n.d.

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