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Musical Compositions by Zador.

Box 107

2 Lieder (Im Volkston, Schlaraffen land).

Scope and Content

Manuscripts in ink.
Box 46

Accordion Concerto. 1973.

Scope and Content

Full score and orchestral parts.
Box 3

Aria and Allegro.

Scope and Content

Manuscript in pencil.
Box 11

Aria and Allegro.

Scope and Content

Revised version. Full score. Two copies.
Box 11

Aria and Allegro.

Scope and Content

For strings and brass. Score.
Box 10

Aria and Toccata.

Scope and Content

Full score.
Box 33

Autumn Night.

Scope and Content

Lyrics by Basil Swift. Piano vocal score (2 copies) + manuscript in pencil.
Box 114

Autumn Night.

Scope and Content

For voice and piano. Lyrics by Basil Swift. Score.
Box 33

Bagatell.

Box 107, Box 33

Bagatellen in Jazz (for piano).

Scope and Content

Photocopy and published score.
Box 112

Bagatellen in Jazz.

Scope and Content

Published copy.
Box 83, Box 13

Bee, The.

Scope and Content

By Francois Schubert. Transcribed for orchestra by Eugene Zador. Full score and parts.
Box 114

Berceuse.

Scope and Content

For violin and piano. Score and parts.
Box 3

Brass Quintet.

Scope and Content

Manuscript and sketches in pencil.
Box 8

Biblical Tryptich.

Scope and Content

Dedicated to Thomas Mann. In three movements for Grand Orchestra. Orchestral score manuscript.
Box 33

Bitte. 1919.

Scope and Content

Manuscript score in ink.
Box 9, Box 103

Cain.

Scope and Content

In remembrance of Rupert Hughes. Melodrama for Baritone and orchestra. Poem by Rupert Hughes. Full score. Three copies.
Box 81

Cain. 1976.

Scope and Content

Onion skin full score and parts.
Box 27

Cain.

Scope and Content

Parts and sketches.
Box 28

Cain.

Scope and Content

Score manuscript, piano sketches, text, sketches.
Box 103

Cain. 1976.

Scope and Content

Piano score.
Box 107

Canon für Orcheste.

Scope and Content

Manuscript in ink.
Box 105

Cantata Technica.

Scope and Content

Dedicated to Roger Wagner and his Chorale.
Poem by Basil Swift. Full score with text in English and German.
Box 63

Chamber Concerto. 1931.

Scope and Content

Ries & Erler published score.
Box 103

Childhood Days.

Scope and Content

Typed lyrics by Patrick Mahony, handrwitten lyrics and music manuscript in pencil.
Box 46

Children's Symphony.

Scope and Content

Full score. Includes program notes by the composer.
Box 56

Christmas Overture.

Scope and Content

Reverse reading manuscript, full score manuscript, full score (bound) (2 copies).
Box 7

Christopher Columbus (the Discovery of America).

Scope and Content

Opera in one act. Libretto by Archduke Joseph Franz and Eugene Mohacsi. English translation by Josepha Chekova. Full score manuscript.
Box 6

Christopher Columbus.

Scope and Content

Full manuscript score.
Box 105, Box 106

Christopher Columbus.

Scope and Content

Choral parts and vocal score.
Box 38, Box 66

Christopher Columbus.

Scope and Content

Vocal scores. Several copies.
Box 39

Christopher Columbus.

Scope and Content

Several copies of vocal scores (photocopies).
Box 40

Christopher Columbus. 1937.

Scope and Content

Manuscripts.
Box 65, Box 85, Box 87, Box 86, Box 87

Christopher Columbus.

Scope and Content

full scores.
Box 60

Christopher Columbus.

Scope and Content

Parts, piano score (6 copies), libretto.
Box 85

Christopher Columbus.

Scope and Content

Choral parts (masters), vocal score, narration, score cuts.
Box 84, Box 68, Box 70

Christopher Columbus.

Scope and Content

Orchestral Parts.
Box 105

Christopher Columbus.

Scope and Content

Piano score.
Box 120

Christopher Columbus.

Scope and Content

2 sound discs, one disc of musical recording, other disc with Lionel Barrymore's narration.
Box 64

Concerto for Trombone and Band.

Scope and Content

Full score.
Box 8

Csardas Rhapsody.

Scope and Content

Master score.
Box 120

Chardas Rapsodie. 1951 January 15.

Scope and Content

1 sound disc. Performer: Los Angeles Philharmonic. Title from label.
Box 7

Csardas Rhapsody.

Scope and Content

Parts and full score manuscript.
Box 120

Dance.

Scope and Content

1 sound disc.
Box 112

Dance Overture.

Scope and Content

Full score manuscript in pencil. Instrumental parts.
Box 7

Deepening Shadow (song). 1944.

creator: Mills Music.
Box 56

Divertimento for String Orchestra. 1956.

Scope and Content

Edition Eulenburg miniature score (2 copies)
Box 120

Divertimento for Strings.

Scope and Content

1 sound disc.
Box 33

Du und Ich.

Scope and Content

English lyrics by Josepha Chekova. photocopy score.
Box 81

Duo Fantasy.

Scope and Content

Full orchestral score and instrumental parts.
Box 33

Einem Kinde.

Scope and Content

Lyrics translated into English. 2 copies.
Box 107

Ejszaka.

Scope and Content

working score.
Box 59

Elegie.

Scope and Content

pencil manuscript, full score, orchestral parts.
Box 112

Elegie (the Plains of Hungary).

Scope and Content

Copy of pencil full manuscript and instrumental parts.
Box 107

Elegie (the Plains of Hungary).

Scope and Content

Copy of manuscript full score.
Box 82, Box 83

Elegy and Dance = Elegie & Dance. 1978.

Scope and Content

Music Graphics Press full score and full score proof.
Box 120

Elegie and Dance. February 28, 1954.

Scope and Content

1 sound disc. Recorded for The Standard Hour radio program.
Box 33

Elso Nász.

Scope and Content

Edited manuscript in ink.
Box 112

Emlek = We Two.

Scope and Content

For voice and piano. English lyrics by Josepha Chekova. Published score.
Box 112

Emlek.

Scope and Content

Full score manuscript in ink with instrumental parts.
Box 33

Etude II.

Scope and Content

Photocopy.
Box 10

Fantasia Hungarica.

Scope and Content

For double bass and orchestra. Pencil manuscript.
Box 83

Fantasia Hungarica. 1978.

Scope and Content

Music Graphic Press full score (2 copies)
Box 83

Fantasia Hungarica.

Scope and Content

Full score and parts onion skins.
Box 103

Fantasia Hungarica.

Scope and Content

Orchestral parts and full score.
Box 57

Fatasy on Inspector General.

Scope and Content

Full score.
Box 6

Festival Overture.

Scope and Content

Manuscript organ part and two copies of the orchestral score.
Box 33

Five Songs (for voice and piano).

creator: Music Graphics Press.
Box 114

Five Songs. 1978.

Scope and Content

Full Music Graphics Press score.
Box 114

Five Songs.

Scope and Content

For soprano & strings with percussion. Full score manuscript in pencil. Instrumental parts.
Box 107, Box 112

Fünf Lieder. 1924.

Scope and Content

Universal Edition publication.
Box 63

Florian Ballet.

Scope and Content

On item, prod. 1089. Piano score.
Box 43

Forever Rembrandt.

Scope and Content

Comic opera in one act.
Includes Universal editions, photographs, libretto, notes, published and bound score.
Box 120

Forever Rembrandt.

Scope and Content

1 sound disc. Live recording.
Box 54

Forever Rembrandt.

Scope and Content

Includes: photographs and negatives, notes, orchestral parts, libretto (several copies), UCLA program, clippings.
Box 1, Folder 6

Fugato.

Scope and Content

Full score manuscript in pencil.
Box 1, Folder 10

Fugue Fantasia.

Scope and Content

Full score manuscript in pencil.
Box 56

Fugue Fantasia. 1960.

Scope and Content

Edition Eulenburg published score (2 copies).
Box 56

Fugue Fantasia.

Scope and Content

Harp part pencil manuscript.
Box 21

Gavotte.

Scope and Content

Manuscript score in ink.
Box 21

Gipsy Legend.

Scope and Content

Incomplete pencil score manuscript.
Box 107

Gyermek-Vigasztalo.

Scope and Content

Heavily annotated score.
Box 83, Box 13

Gypsy Rondo.

Scope and Content

By Joseph Haydn. Transcribed for orchestra by Eugene Zador. Full score. Two copies. Instrumental parts.
Box 49

Gypsy Rondo.

Scope and Content

Orchestral parts.
Box 31

Hora Staccato.

Scope and Content

Orchestral parts, pencil manuscripts.
Box 11

Hungarian Caprice.

Scope and Content

Loose pencil sketches.
Box 120

Hungarian Caprice.

Scope and Content

1 sound disc.
Box 56

Hungarian Capriccio. 1936.

Scope and Content

Edition Eulenburg published miniature score (3 copies).
Box 41

Hungarian Fantasy.

Scope and Content

Manuscripts.
Box 82

Hungarian Fantasy. 1978.

Scope and Content

Music Graphics Press proof copy (score and part).
Box 10

Hungarian Scherzo.

Scope and Content

Full score.
Box 32

Hungarian Scherzo.

Scope and Content

Parts (photocopies)
Box 82

Hungarian Scherzo. 1976.

Scope and Content

Music Graphcs Press proof copies (full score and parts).
Box 104

Hungarian Scherzo.

Scope and Content

Orchestral parts.
Box 120

Hungarian Variations.

Scope and Content

1 sound disc
Box 31

In Memoriam.

Scope and Content

Orchestral parts. Full score, pencil sketches.
Box 112

In Memoriam.

Scope and Content

Full manuscript score in pencil and instrumental parts.
Box 19

Inspector General.

Scope and Content

Pencil sketches.
Box 57

Inspector General.

Scope and Content

Full manuscript score in pencil.
Box 25, Box 26

Inspector General.

Scope and Content

Piano score.. Two copies.
Box 102

Inspector General.

Scope and Content

Full score, master. Unidentified selections. Intermezzo insert.
Box 97

Inspector General.

Scope and Content

Vocal parts, piano score.
Box 94

Inspector General.

Scope and Content

Bound orchestral score.
Box 96

Inspector General.

Scope and Content

Libretto originals and proof score.
Box 95

Inspector General.

Scope and Content

Two complete bound scores.
Box 98

Inspector General.

Scope and Content

Choral parts.
Box 111, Box 129, Box 130, Box 134

Inspector General.

Scope and Content

Instrumental parts.
Box 103

Inspector General. Fantasy on Themes.

Scope and Content

Full score, orchestral parts, score in pencil, sketches.
Box 110

Inspector General. Fantasy on Themes.

Scope and Content

Full score and parts.
Box 107

Intemaffe.

Scope and Content

Manuscript in pencil.
Box 82, Box 83, Box 23, Box 8

Judgement. 1976.

Scope and Content

For 2 soli, women's chorus, brass and percussion. Score and orchestral parts (multiple copies) Lyrics by Patrick Mahoney.
Box 89

Judgement.

Scope and Content

Choral parts.
Box 88

Judgement.

Scope and Content

Piano scores.
Box 14

Jugendwerke.

Scope and Content

Manuscript in ink.
Box 63

Jury.

Scope and Content

Annotated manuscript.
Box 8

Kontrapunkt. 1913.

Scope and Content

Manuscript in ink.
Box 112

Legend.

Scope and Content

Score. On item, "alternate version."
Box 111

Life Calls to Me. 1939.

Scope and Content

Poem by Lotte Lehmann. Harmonia Edition publication.
Box 107

Ligeunerlied.

Scope and Content

Manuscript in ink.
Box 33

Lonely Wayfarer (song cycle). 1944.

creator: Mills Music.

Scope and Content

Piano vocal score (copies) and typed lyrics. Lyrics by Henriette Martin.
Box 120

Lonely Wayfarer.

Scope and Content

Sound disc.
Box 107, Box 114

Lonely Wayfarer. 1944.

Scope and Content

Lyrics by Henriette Martin. Mills Music publication.
Box 10

Lullaby.

Scope and Content

Sketch in ink.
Box 33

Lullaby.

Scope and Content

Manuscript in pen. St. Peter's Church, Chicago, IL. concert program.
Box 33, Box 82

Lullaby.

Scope and Content

On item, "For Master Thomas Tuckwell." For horn and piano. Full score and part.
Box 112, Box 107

Lullaby.

Scope and Content

Lyrics by Henry Reese. Score.
Box 33

Lullaby to Peter.

Scope and Content

Annotated piano vocal score.
Box 112

Lullaby to Peter.

Scope and Content

Lyrics by Anna Egyud. Score.
Box 48

Macbeth.

Scope and Content

Manuscript full score.
Box 43

Magic Chair.

Scope and Content

piano score.
Box 12

Maschinenmensch.

Scope and Content

By Ernst Delsey and Eugene Zador.
Full score.
Box 105, Box 63

Maschinenmensch.

Scope and Content

Piano score and notes.
Box 1, Folder 8

Melody and Vivo for Orchestra.

Scope and Content

Full score manuscript in pencil.
Box 114

Miniature Overture.

Scope and Content

Instrumental parts.
Box 17

Music for Clarinet and Strings.

Scope and Content

Clarinet and piano parts and full score (2 copies).
Box 18

Music for Clarinet and Strings.

Scope and Content

Published full scores (4 copies), and piano scores (4 copies).
Box 16

Music for Clarinet and Strings.

Scope and Content

Parts.
Box 17

Music for Clarinet and Strings.

Scope and Content

Pencil sketches and manuscript.
Box 107

Négy dal.

Scope and Content

Published copy.
Box 33

Night Rain.

Scope and Content

Lyrics by Henriette Austin. Pencil manuscript.
Box 63

Oboe Concerto.

Scope and Content

Manuscript in pencil.
Box 63

Ode to Peace.

Scope and Content

Full score.
Box 114

Ode to Peace.

Scope and Content

Full score on vellum.
Box 1, Folder 2

On the Banks of the Wabash Variations.

Scope and Content

Manuscript in pencil.
Box 1, Folder 7

Piano Concerto.

Scope and Content

Piano score manuscript in pencil.
Box 32

Piano Quintet.

Scope and Content

Full score.
Box 1, Folder 11

Prelude and Fugue.

Scope and Content

Piano score manuscript in pencil.
Box 13

Prelude and Fugue in F Minor (s. 534).

Scope and Content

Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach. Transcribed by Eugene Zador. Full score.
Box 1, Folder 1

Remarkable Adventures of Henry Bold, Who Travelled the World, and Caught a Cold.

Scope and Content

Text by Basil Swift. Manuscript in pencil.
Box 10

Remarkable Adventures of Henry Bold.

Scope and Content

Who Travelled the World ... and Caught a Cold. Text by Basil Swift. Includes program note. Published by Mills Music, Inc.
Box 10

Remarkable Adventures of Henry Bold.

Scope and Content

Original full score manuscript.
Box 31

Remarkable Adventures of Henry Bold.

Scope and Content

Includes: notes, copy of piano score and two copies of the piano score.
Box 121

Remarkable Adventures of Henry Bold. 1995.

Scope and Content

Score photocopy. Includes letter from Basil Swift.
Box 14

Rhapsodie for Large Orchestra. 1931.

Scope and Content

Full score.
Box 14

Rhapsody.

Scope and Content

Full score (2 copies).
Box 1, Folder 3

Rhapsody for Cimbalom and Orchestra.

Scope and Content

Piano manuscript score in pencil.
Box 83

Rhapsody for Cimbalom and Orchestra. 1978.

Scope and Content

Music Graphics Press full score and parts proof copy.
Box 113

Rhapsody for Cimbalom and Orchestra. 1978.

Scope and Content

Music Graphics Press scores and parts.
Box 15

Rhapsody for Orchestra. 1962.

Scope and Content

Edition Eulenburg. Full score (2 copies).
Box 33

Románc.

Scope and Content

For cello and piano.
Box 14

Rondo for Orchestra. 1934.

Scope and Content

Universal Edition. Full score.
Box 120

Rondo.

Scope and Content

1 sound disc. On label, "Andrew Sisters Club 15."
Box 48

Santa Cacilia.

Scope and Content

Orchestral parts and manuscript full score.
Box 19

Scarlet Mill.

Scope and Content

Pencil sketches.
Box 92, Box 90, Box 91

Scarlet Mill.

Scope and Content

Notes, annotated score and vocal parts.
Box 62

Scarlet Mill.

creator: Jellinek, George

Scope and Content

Includes: synopsis, several copies of the libretto (some annotated), correspondence, production materials, copy of contract, musical sketches.
Box 71, Box 72, Box 76, Box 74, Box 75, Box 108, Box 44, Box 69

Scarlet Mill.

Scope and Content

Full scores.
Box 108, Box 67, Box 62

Scarlet Mill.

Scope and Content

Vocal scores (4 copies).
Box 69

Scarlet Mill.

Scope and Content

Notes, several copies of libretto, program, production notes.
Box 73

Scarlet Mill.

Scope and Content

Piano score.
Box 78, Box 77, Box 109, Box 79, Box 80

Scarlet Mill.

Scope and Content

Instrumental parts.
Box 1, Folder 4

Scherzo for Orchestra.

Scope and Content

Full score manuscript in pencil.
Box 15

Scherzo for Orchestra.

Scope and Content

Master piano score and parts.
Box 14

Scherzo for Orchestra.

Scope and Content

Manuscript piano score sketch and full score (2 copies).
Box 36

Scherzo for Orchestra.

Scope and Content

Pencil sketches
Box 21

Scherzo fur Klavier.

Scope and Content

Manuscript score in ink.
Box 21

Scherzo Romantic.

Scope and Content

Pencil manuscript score.
Box 33

September. 1922.

Scope and Content

Piano vocal score.
Box 112

September. 1922.

Scope and Content

Manuscript score in ink.
Box 33

Serenade (ostinato for violoncello and pianoforte).

Scope and Content

Manuscript in ink.
Box 21

Serenade in the Masquerade.

Scope and Content

Manuscript score in pencil.
Box 107

Serenade in the Masquerade. 1940.

Scope and Content

Lyrics by Dailey Paskman. Annotated manuscript.
Box 33

Sheherd Song (for Oboe).

Scope and Content

Manuscript in ink.
Box 33

Silence. 1976.

creator: Music Graphics Press.

Scope and Content

Published score and manuscript.
Box 33

Silence.

Scope and Content

Lyrics by Willard Hyatt.
Bound with The Song of the Nymph Called Echo.
Box 81

Silence. 1976.

Scope and Content

Two piano vocal scores published by Music Graphic Press.
Box 105

Sinfonica Technica. 1932.

Scope and Content

Universal Edition published work.
Box 33

Solace of Night.

Scope and Content

Pencil manuscript. English text by Henry Reese.
Box 33

Song to a Friend.

Scope and Content

Lyrics by Anna Egyud. Piano vocal score.
Box 112

Song to a Friend.

Scope and Content

Lyrics, manuscript in pencil, full score. Lyrics by Anna Egyud.
Box 107

Song to Palange.

Scope and Content

Copies of manuscript.
Box 33

Song to the Memory of an Angel.

Scope and Content

Piano vocal score (2 copies) and pencil manuscript.
Box 112

Song to the Memory of an Angel.

Scope and Content

Printed score and transparencies.
Box 33

Song of the Nymph Called Echo. 1978.

Scope and Content

Music Graphcs Press proof copies (full score and parts).
Box 107

Song of the Nymph Called Echo.

Scope and Content

Lyrics by Anna Egyud. Full score.
Box 21

Sonnet (a musical monologue for soprano).

Scope and Content

Lyrics and pencil piano manuscript score.
Box 107

Stör nicht den Schlaf.

Scope and Content

Manuscript in ink.
Box 41

Studies for Orchestra.

Scope and Content

Manuscript sketches.
Box 58

Studies for Orchestra.

Scope and Content

Complete parts and full score (2 copies).
Box 33

Stürmische Nacht.

Scope and Content

Lyrics translated into English. Three copies.
Box 58

Suite for Brass Instruments.

Scope and Content

Full score, Edition Eulenburg published full score (2 copies), Horn I part, pencil manuscript.
Box 47, Box 82

Suite for 8 Celli. 1978.

Scope and Content

Full score and parts.
Box 64

Suite for Horn, Strings and Percussion.

Scope and Content

Orchestral parts, uncorrected full score, onion skins, Edition Eulenburg scores.
Box 105

Suite for Horn, Strings and Percussion.

Scope and Content

Horn part.
Box 47, Box 41

Suite for Woodwind Quintet.

Scope and Content

Manuscript sketches.
Box 112

Suite for Woodwind Quintet. 1973.

Scope and Content

Original manuscript in pencil.
Box 41

Swanee River Variations.

Scope and Content

Manuscript sketches.
Box 1, Folder 9

Symphony No. 1.

Scope and Content

Full score manuscript in pencil.
Box 49

Der Tanzdämon: Suite aus dem Hörspiel.

Scope and Content

Full score.
Box 29

Tarantella.

Scope and Content

Orchestral parts manuscripts
Box 5

Tarantella - Scherzo.

Scope and Content

Manuscripts in pencil and ink, plus two bound manuscripts.
Box 30

Tarantella - Scherzo.

Scope and Content

Orchestral parts (incomplete set)
Box 56

Tanz Symphonie. 1937.

Scope and Content

Edition Eulenburg miniature score.
Box 1, Folder 5

Tempest Suite.

Scope and Content

Full score manuscript in pencil.
Box 55

Three Rondells.

Scope and Content

Handwritten notes, full score, text.
Box 121

To a Child.

Scope and Content

Full score (photocopy).
Box 55

Triptych for Mixed Chorus.

creator: Swift, Basil

Scope and Content

Full scores (several copies).
Box 114

Triptych.

Scope and Content

8 full scores.
Box 64

Trombone Concerto.

Scope and Content

Piano score, full score, published score (piano reduction).
Box 21

Two Etudes.

Scope and Content

Dedicated to George Cziffra. Manuscript score in pencil.
Box 33

Two Etudes.

Scope and Content

Edited and cut up onion skins.
Box 61

Variations on a Merry Theme. 1962.

Scope and Content

Full scores (3), piano score.
Box 61

Variationen uber ein Ungrisches Volkslied. 1929.

Scope and Content

Ries & Erler published full score (2 copies), parts.
Box 34

Virgin and the Fawn (a lyric opera in one act).

Scope and Content

Libretto by Basil Swift. Based on a theme by Lajos Zilahy. Piano score (4 copies)
Box 35, Box 107

Virgin and the Fawn (a lyric opera in one act).

Scope and Content

Full spiral bound score (four copies).
Box 82

Virgin and the Fawn. 1978.

Scope and Content

Music Graphcs Press proof copies (full score and parts).
Box 33

Wellentanzlied.

Scope and Content

Piano vocal score.
Box 12

Yehu: a Christmas Legend.

Scope and Content

Libretto by Anna Egyud. Full score.
Box 22

X-Mal Rembrandt. 1929.

Scope and Content

Full Score. On cover: "Partitur."
Box 53

Yehu (a Christmas Story).

creator: Egyud, Anna

Scope and Content

Piano score, choral parts, solo parts.
Opera in one act.
Box 51

Yehu (a Christmas Story).

Scope and Content

Orchestral parts.
Box 52

Yehu (a Christmas Story).

Scope and Content

Includes: libretto with annotations, and three piano scores.
Box 105

Yehu.

Scope and Content

Pencil sketches.
Box 33

Zwei Kinderlieder.

Scope and Content

Annotated piano vocal score.
Box 32

Zwei Unarische Volkslieder.

Scope and Content

Orchestral parts.
 

Unidentified Works.

Box 107

Reise nach Wien.

Scope and Content

Movement IV from an unidentified work. Full score.
Box 36, Box 42

Unidentified Sketches.

Scope and Content

Unidentified pencil sketches marked, "no good."
Box 47

Unidentified Full Score.

Scope and Content

In pencil. On item, "I. Variation."
Box 23B, Box 33

Unidentified Scores.

Scope and Content

On item cover, "II". [X-Mal Rembrandt, part II?]
Box 105

Unidentified Scores.

Box 48

Unidentified Score Page.

Scope and Content

One page full score manuscript in ink and pencil.
Box 122, Box 11

Unidentified Score Page.

Scope and Content

One unidentified full score page (2 measures) in pencil.
Box 105

Unidentified Pencil Manuscript.

Box 24

Unidentified Score (incomplete).

Box 33

Unidentified Piano Vocal Score.

Box 37

Unidentified Pencil Sketches.

Box 45

Unidentified Opera Score.

Scope and Content

Act II. Full score.
Box 20, Box 37, Box 21, Box 116

Unidentified Manuscript Sketches.

Box 105

Untitled Work (Theme and 9 Variations).

Scope and Content

Reduction for 2 pianos. Originally for piano and orchestra.
Box 36

Themes (Unidentified).

Scope and Content

Pencil sketches.
 

Sound Recordings.

Box 125, Box 124, Box 138, Box 137, Box 136, Box 139

Assorted Sound Recordings.

 

Musical Compositions by Other Composers.

Box 126

Bee.

creator: Schubert, Franz

Scope and Content

Orchestration by Zador. Full manuscript score and parts.
Box 118

Community Chest.

Scope and Content

Composer, Gene Garf. Vocal part for United Way song.
Box 126

Gipsy Rondo.

creator: Haydn

Scope and Content

Orchestrated by Zador. Full orchestral score (2 copies).
Box 126

Hungarian Rhapsody no. 2.

creator: Liszt, Franz

Scope and Content

Arranged by Zador. Full score pencil manuscript.
Box 127

Hungarian Rhapsody no. 2.

creator: Liszt, Franz

Scope and Content

Arranged by Zador. Instrumental parts.
Box 126

Love Dream.

creator: Liszt, Franz

Scope and Content

Orchestration by Zador. Full manuscript score and parts.
Box 111

Prelude and Fugue in F minor.

creator: Bach, Johann Sebastian

Scope and Content

Orchestrated by Zador. Score and parts.
Box 126

Prelude and Fugue in F Minor.

Scope and Content

Transcribed for orchestra by Zador. Full score (2 copies)
Box 128

Prelude and Fugue in F Minor.

creator: Bach, Johann Sebastian

Scope and Content

Transcribed for orchestra by Zador. Instrumental parts.
Box 126

Prelude in C Sharp Minor.

creator: Rachmaninoff, Sergei, 1873-1943.

Scope and Content

Orchestration by Zador. Full manuscript score and parts.
Box 132, Box 131, Box 133

Assorted Published Sheet Music.

 

Correspondence.

Box 2, Folder 2

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 5" x 8".. January 15, 1969.

Scope and Contents note

Zador envies Breur his facility with languages. Finds composing mere child's play but writing and speaking very hard work. Has two commissions, one for Concerto for Bass, the other for Rhapsody for Cymbalon. Still nothing definitive about the "Scarlet Mill." Wupperthal hesitates after the failure with "Visitation." Would love finding an efficient agent in Germany.
Box 93

Correspondence. 1940-1946.

Box 116, Box 115

Correspondence.

Box 119, Box 118

Correspondence. 1960-1976.

Box 100, Box 101

Correspondence To and From Zador.

Box 99, Box 122

Correspondence to Zador. Bulk, 1976-1977. 1938-1977.

Box 122

From Thomas Mann. 1943-1944.

Scope and Content

Two letters. Photocopies.
Box 122

From Bartok.

Scope and Content

Copies.
Box 121

From Basil Swift. 1995 July 12.

Scope and Content

To Leslie Zador. Regarding parts and the piano score.
Box 2, Folder 3

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 8 1/2" x 11".. February 12, 1969 .

Scope and Contents note

Zador acknowledges receiving reviews in the Vienna Volksblatt. Deplores that in Vienna opera choices are made by the Ministry For Cultural Affairs. Is frustrated by the sporadic availability of "Aufbau." Includes copy of his biography, announces New York visit in April, is sorry that the piece ("Aria and Allegro") is so short.
Box 2, Folder 4

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 5" x 8".. March 15, (1969).

Scope and Contents note

Sounds worried about the performance on April 15 at Philharmonic Hall: are critics expecting an atonal sensation (in which case they will pan it)? Sends positive review from recent performance of the piece elsewhere to forestall criticism. Recuperating from prostate operation.
Box 2, Folder 5

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 8 1/2" x 11".. March 27, 1969 .

Scope and Contents note

Appreciates Breuer's articles in Aufbau more than all music Publications in the US combined. Recuperating from operation. Chats about daughter Peggy, student with Balanchine in N.Y. "Rote Mühle" to be performed in Essen. Musical Director Schuhmacher was enthused about it - nothing, however, is happening with the piece in the US. All conductors love it, but when it comes down to it, will put "La Traviata" on the program.
Box 2, Folder 6

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 8 1/2" x 11".. April 29, 1969 .

Scope and Contents note

Thanking for positive remarks about "Aria and Allegro." The Saratoga Springs Concerts will open with his piece, and a Viennese conductor living in L.A. read about it in "Aufbau" and wants to schedule it for next season.
Box 2, Folder 7

2 leaves; autograph letter signed; 5" x 8".. July 31, 1969.

Scope and Contents note

Daughter about to get married and move to Heidelberg. Expressing interest in Breuer article about works having to do with moon and stars. Convinced that "Moon River" has brought in more royalties than any other music ever published. Is working on a "Rhapsody for Cimbalon and Orchestra." Says he loves writing for, what he calls, underprivileged instruments. Did a trombone concerto two years ago and a Concerto for Bass last year - might tackle a piece for recorder, krummhorn and sackbutt next (inspired by one of Breuer's articles). "Rote Mühle" is moving slowly; no contract yet from Essen.
Box 2, Folder 8

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 8 1/2" x 11".. January 18, 1970.

Scope and Contents note

Sending Breuer a book, on the "thermophiliac" idea of the old Jews, an idea that later forms the basis for Schönberg's "Warsaw Cantata." Claims to have no talent for oratoria himself, but that the book might interest Copland, Siegmeister, Weissgall or even Bernstein.
Box 2, Folder 9

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 8 1/2" x 11".. March 12, 1970 .

Scope and Contents note

Sending David Ewen's (?) book "Composers since 1900," in which Breuer is quoted on p.501.
Box 2, Folder 10

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 8 1/2" x 11".. May 10, 1970 .

Scope and Contents note

Felt that Breuer was communicating directly with him in his review of "The Rake's Progress" since he feels partly to blame for the conception of the piece. He'd given Stravinsky the 40-line paper sixteen or seventeen years ago when they met at a friend's place in L.A. Describes his "Studies for Orchestra" which he finished two months ago: it consists of eight short pieces, 23 minutes in all, to which he brings his entire musical experience, all the tonal coloration and harmonic combinations; does not want to write atonally. Seeks progressive instrumentation, hence the title "Orchestra Studies" (sic) which allows him a few provocative passages. Is annoyed with Stokowski who, having had great success with Zador's "Ungarische Capricis" in Hollywood Bowl, asked for the score of his new piece, for a premiere, which he received and then totally ignored. "Senility entitles no one to waste someone else's season." Asks Breuer to find him an agent in N.Y. who could bring him closer to Maazel, Bernstein and Schipper. Feels L.A. is an island on which he is stranded.
Box 2, Folder 11

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 8 1/2" x 11".. September 7, 1970 .

Scope and Contents note

Sends book by Sergeant. Is amazed that a man who describes his neurotic past in such exhibitionist fashion can actually write such healthy, normal-sounding reviews. Will be going to Detroit for Ehrling's premiere of his "Orchestra Studies" in November.
Box 2, Folder 12

1 leaf; autograph postcard signed; 6" x 4".. November 4, 1970 .

Scope and Contents note

Happy with reception of "Orchestra Studies" at its premiere: four curtain calls, endless applause.
Box 2, Folder 13

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 5" x 8".. December 1, (1970) .

Scope and Contents note

Sending review of Detroit performance. Ehrling is planning to take it on tour.
Box 2, Folder 14

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 5" x 8".. February 11, 1971 .

Scope and Contents note

Thanking Breuer for a poem. Rediscovered in a German encyclopedia that he had composed an adaptation from Gogol's "Revisor" forty-two years ago, which he had totally forgotten about. Handed it to a conductor in search of a score. The premiere is scheduled in three to four months!
Box 2, Folder 15

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 8 1/2" x 11".. May 13, (1971) .

Scope and Contents note

Enjoyed Breuer's article on Stravinsky Memorial Celebration. In general appreciates Breuer's harshness on "blasphemy" in concert music. Mass exodus in concerts of that kind was so large that they finally had to be cancelled. Fears Stockhausen and his ilk have discredited contemporary music. Frustrated with conductors' off-handed way of dealing with scores. Announces June 11 premiere of his 1928 piece "The Inspector General" (Gogol's "Revisor"). Is happy to have highly talented students performing it.
Box 2, Folder 16

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 8 1/2" x 11".. May 19, (1971) .

Scope and Contents note

Describes El Camino College with its beautiful auditorium. The Beach Cities Orchestra will premiere the piece. ("Revisor"?)
Box 2, Folder 17

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 8 1/2" x 11".. June 4, 1971 .

Scope and Contents note

Knew that Werner Egk had done an orchestration for the "revisor" also, but is unfamiliar with the other two that Breuer came up with. Is amazed that the conductor can pull together this performance for a choir of thirty-five plus sixty-five musicians, without the help of Ford Foundation or Arts Commission grants. Since the piece was written in 1928, and not finished until 1935, no electronics, tapes or synthesizers appear in the score.
Box 2, Folder 18

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 8 1/2" x 11".. October 28, 1971 .

Scope and Contents note

Satisfied with two opera performances, but disappointed that his "Studies for Orchestra," after twenty performances on the West Coast, still had not made it to N.Y., "where it really belongs." It used to be you would just send the conductor the score, later it was tape, today you need an aunt or uncle on board. His "Columbus" opera was performed in L.A. after thirty-two years.
Box 2, Folder 19

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 8 1/2" x 11".. April 21, 1972.

Scope and Contents note

Interested in Breuer's articles about the Milwaukee Orchestra, Lorin Maazel, and Messiaen. Ormandy asked him once when he was gong to write his "Daphnis and Chloe." He thinks he may have written a modern version of it with his "Orchestra Studies." Maybe if it were electronic music would he fare better with it in N.Y.?
Box 2, Folder 20

2 leaves; autograph letter signed; 5" x 8".. November 12, 1972 .

Scope and Contents note

After two years, twenty-six concerts in the West, still no recognition of "Orchestra Studies" in the East, even though his publishers are there. Announcing switch to chamber music for which you don't need a publisher's help since groups and universities are always looking for new pieces. Ormandy's brother Martin is performing his "Duo Fantasy for Two Cellos and Strings" on November 28 at Hunter College.
Box 2, Folder 21

1 leaf; autograph postcard signed; 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".. March 14, 1973 .

Scope and Contents note

Tells of "Orchestra Studies" performance by the Denver Symphony. First-rate orchestra and conductor, great reviews.. and N.Y.?
Box 2, Folder 22

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 8 1/2" x 11".. March 28, 1973 .

Scope and Contents note

Asks Breuer a one-time favor, namely to tell Dohnanyi about "Rote Mühle." Thinks his chances in Germany now are good since everybody is getting tired of Penderecki and Fortner. Has good translation of first act.
Box 2, Folder 23

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 8 1/2" x 11".. April 18, 1973 .

Scope and Contents note

Finds Arthur Cohn ineffective as agent in N.Y. "Orchestra Studies" will be in Vienna, Stuttgart and Hamburg next year.
Box 2, Folder 24

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 8 1/2" x 11".. June 5, 1973 .

Scope and Contents note

Has received commission from Barry Tuckwell for a horn concerto. Somebody told him, that's just like Paganini writing a concerto for violin or Liszt writing one for piano. "Since Dohnanyi has not responded to your letter, he has entered the circle of great conductors; only the little conductors bother to write."
Box 2, Folder 25

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 8 1/2" x 11".. August 19, 1973 .

Scope and Contents note

Happy about word from Frankfurt, sending score to Dohnanyi.
Box 2, Folder 26

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 8 1/2" x 11".. October 15, 1973 .

Scope and Contents note

Asks Breuer to deliver score and tape of "Rote Mühle" to Gabor Ötrös (Director, Augsburg State Theater) who has an engagement at the Met and is apparently eager to see the score. "Rote Mühle" is about to be performed at UCLA. (Dohnanyi is very unreliable, still has not responded.)
Box 2, Folder 27

4 leaves; Christmas card; 5 1/2" x 8".. December 9, 1973.

Scope and Contents note

Happy with Breuer's piece on Gabor Ötrös. European fashion still dictates ultra-modern music. Hoping that Ötrös will opt for the "Scarlet Mill." (Dohnanyi plays only Henze, Penderecki and Schönberg operas.)
Box 2, Folder 28

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 8 1/2" x 11".. January 12, 1974 .

Scope and Contents note

Complains about difficulties of rehearsing "Rote Mühle" at UCLA under such financial strains.
Box 2, Folder 29

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 5" x 8".. 1974.

Scope and Contents note

Exhausted by receptions surrounding performances of his opera. Sarcastic about the importance of social get-togethers at the University.
Box 2, Folder 30

4 leaves; autograph letter signed, 5" x 8"; photocopy, 5 3/4" x 9".. July 28, 1974.

Scope and Contents note

Includes a photocopy of a review of Zador's opera "The Scarlet Mill." Wonders if so many of his works are scheduled because of his 80th birthday. Nostalgic about the eight performances in Germany of his one-act piece "x times Rembrandt." The question of grants is barring "Rote Mühle" from similar success.
Box 2, Folder 31

3 leaves; autograph letter signed; 5" x 8".. September 2, 1974.

Scope and Contents note

Deplores changes in the finances in the art world. Lists, as requested, his recent works: 1. Piece for clarinet and Strings 2. Duo Fantasy for two cellos and orchestra 3. Quintet for brass 4. Quintet for woodwinds 5. Trombone Concerto 6. Horn Concerto 7. Bass Concerto 8. Accordion Concerto His oratorio "The Judgement (of Solomon)" was premiered in May. He is working on another biblical story, Cain.
Box 2, Folder 32

4 leaves; program with autograph letter signed; 5 1/2" x 8 1/2".. November 21, 1974.

Scope and Contents note

Program bears a portrait of Zador. Program entitled, "A public concert with Eugene Zador." "A musical tribute on the occasion of the composer's 80th birthday" (p.3). Preparations for concerts were taxing, had to do instrumentation for songs and rehearse all sections. Wrote the accordion concerto because there was absolutely no literature for it. Was delighted to have had to turn away 500 people at the door.
Box 2, Folder 33

2 leaves; autograph letter signed; 6" x 9".. May 10, 1975 .

Scope and Contents note

Has become a grandfather, writes lullabies, but is also working on symphonic pieces and on an opera. L.A. will open its bicentennial celebration with his "Christopher Columbus." Is delighted that his mini-opera "Yehu," written in November, has been picked up by ten ensembles.
Box 2, Folder 34

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 8 1/2" x 11".. June 23, 1976.

Scope and Contents note

Wonders why Ormandy, Szell, Dorati are the only Hungarian conductors that come in for praise. Finds Laszlo Halasz, founder of City Opera, at least as deserving.
Box 2, Folder 35

1 leaf; typed letter signed; 8 1/2" x 11".. September 29, 1976.

Scope and Contents note

Sending record of his oratorio "Christopher Columbus, "..which was recorded with a Ford Foundation grant by the American Symphony Orchestra (Laszlo Halasz conducting) and released commercially by Orion Master Records." Lionel Barrymore had read the narration. Puzzled that more works weren't written for "the discover of our country;" hopes it will get radio play on Columbus Day.
Box 2, Folder 36

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 5" x 8".. February 26.

Scope and Contents note

Expecting a visit by Fiedelind Wagner.
Box 2, Folder 37

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 8 1/2" x 11".. November 9.

Scope and Contents note

Has received two requests by universities, would prefer German houses since he feels they have a greater appreciation of creative librettos.
Box 2, Folder 38

4 leaves; Christmas card; 5 1/2" x 7 3/4".. December 8.

Scope and Contents note

Sending Christmas greetings.
Box 2, Folder 39

4 leaves; Christmas card; 5 1/2" x 7"..

Scope and Contents note

(n.d.) Zador is grateful for fabulous review of "Kolumbus."
Box 2, Folder 40

4 leaves; Christmas card; 5 1/2" x 7"..

Scope and Contents note

(n.d.)
Box 2, Folder 41

1 leaf; program with autograph note signed; 6 1/2" x 8 1/2".. 1973.

Scope and Contents note

Program announces upcoming Zador performances in 1974 and early 1975.
Box 2, Folder 42

1 leaf; autograph note signed; 5" x 8"..

Scope and Contents note

(n.d.) "You are an angel!"
Box 126, Folder 1

1 leaf; autograph letter signed; 5" x 8".. November 22, 1968.

Scope and Contents note

Zador expresses gratitude for reviews. "Since most opera conductors are European, they still prefer to read German." Is corresponding with Wuppertal and Herbert Graf (Geneva) about "Rote Mühle", asks for an introduction to Maazel (Berlin). Only Popper and Strickland have expressed any interest in the US, but everything hinges upon grants.
 

Papers.

Box 118

Bach Transcriptions.

Scope and Content

Programs and clippings
Box 129

Accordion Concerto.

Scope and Content

Programs
Box 118

Cantata Technica.

Scope and Content

Notes
Box 123, Box 121

Children's Symphony.

Scope and Content

Notes on all four movements.
Box 118, Box 122

Christmas Overture.

Scope and Content

Notes.
Box 119

Christopher Columbus.

Scope and Content

Programs, Librettos, notes.
Box 122

Cimbalom Rhapsody.

Scope and Content

Programs and clippings
Box 121

Clarinet Concerto.

Scope and Content

Programs
Box 122

Duo Fantasy.

Scope and Content

Programs and program notes.
Box 122

Elegie.

Scope and Content

Programs and program notes.
Box 122

Fantasia Hungarica.

Scope and Content

Programs and program notes.
Box 121

Forever Rembrandt.

Scope and Content

Program
Box 122

Fugue Fantasia.

Scope and Content

Programs.
Box 121

Henry Bold.

Scope and Content

Programs.
Box 121

Horn Concerto.

Scope and Content

Programs and notes.
Box 121

Hungarian Caprice.

Scope and Content

Programs and notes.
Box 121

Hungarian Scherzo.

Scope and Content

Programs.
Box 119

Inspector General. 1971.

Scope and Content

Programs and libretti.
Box 123

Inspector General. 1971 June 11.

Scope and Content

Program inscribed by Slonimsky.
Box 122

Magic Chair.

Scope and Content

Programs.
Box 122

Oboe Concerto.

Scope and Content

Programs
Box 121

Ode to Peace.

Scope and Content

Programs
Box 121

Rhapsody for Orchestra.

Scope and Content

Programs
Box 118

Scherzo Domestico.

Scope and Content

Notes.
Box 121

Suite for Horn, Strings and Percussion.

Scope and Content

Notes.
Box 121

Suite for Brass.

Scope and Content

Programs
Box 123

Woodwind Quintet.

Scope and Content

Programs
Box 119

Barrymore Article. 1949.

Scope and Content

Final version with sketches.
Box 119

Address Books.

Box 105

Am Laufenden Band. 1830.

creator: Decsey, Ernst

Scope and Content

Notes for the ballet.
Box 116

Anna Egyud Interview transcript.

Box 115

Mrs. Zador Interview Transcript.

Box 115

Erica (Zador's Niece) Interview Transcript.

Box 116

Architectural Plans.

Box 116

City of Los Angeles Award.

Box 101, Box 115

Contracts.

Box 115

MGM Contracts.

Box 115

Marriage Certificate.

Box 115

Financial Papers.

Scope and Content

Correspondence, contracts, etc.
Box 116

Franz Steiner Morgen Post news paper tribute. 1885 June.

Box 115

Programs.

Box 115

Professional Association Membership Cards.

Box 116

Real Estate Paperwork.

Box 100

Reviews, Corresondence, Publication information.

Box 115, Box 116

Royalty Statements.

Box 3

Viennese Culture Club Invitation. 1975 November 11.

 

Clippings.

Box 24

Clippings.

Box 117

Aria and Allegro.

Box 119

Biblical Triptych.

Scope and Content

Clippings
Box 121

Zador Birthday Concert. 1969.

Box 118

Cantata Technica.

Scope and Content

Clippings
Box 117

Children's Symphony.

Box 118

Christmas Overture.

Scope and Content

Programs and clippings
Box 117, Box 119

Christopher Columbus.

Scope and Content

Clippings
Box 121

Clarinet Concerto.

Box 119

Czardas Rhapsody.

Scope and Content

Clippings.
Box 117

Divertimento for Brass Quintet.

Scope and Content

Clippings
Box 119

Divertimento For Strings.

Scope and Content

Clippings
Box 122

Duo Fantasy.

Box 123

Festival Overture.

Box 122

Five Contrasts for Orchestra.

Box 121

Forever Rembrandt.

Box 122

Fugue Fantasia.

Box 121

Henry Bold.

Box 121

Hungarian Scherzo.

Box 123

Inspector General.

Box 119

Judgement.

Scope and Content

Programs and clippings.
Box 121

Ode to Peace.

Box 121

Rhapsody for Orchestra.

Box 123

Rondo.

Scope and Content

Also includes programs.
Box 118, Box 117

Scarlet Mill.

Scope and Content

Clippings
Box 118

Scherzo for Orchestra.

Scope and Content

Clipping.
Box 122, Box 117

Studies for Orchestra.

Box 121

Suite for Brass.

Box 119

Tarantella. 1941.

Scope and Content

Clippings.
Box 123

Trombone Concerto.

Box 123

Variations on a Merry Theme.

Box 123

Virgin and the Fawn.

Scope and Content

Also includes programs.
Box 123

Yehu.

Box 121

About Other Composers.

 

Photographs.

Box 118

Photographs of Zador.

 

Books.

Box 116

Art of Musicianship. 1976.

creator: Farkas, Philip

Scope and Content

Inscribed to Zador.
Box 116

Edition Peters Orchestra Catalog.

Box 115

Muzsika vol. XV. 1972.

Box 116

Opera Journal volumes.