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|The padrone / Chadwick|
1 ms. vocal score (156 p., bound); 27 x 37 cm. Holograph in ink with pencil corrections. Title page has colored drawings of American and Italian flags. Libretto by David Stevens, on a scenario by G. W. Chadwick. Cf. Ledbetter. George W. Chadwick, a sourcebook (unpublished). English words. Some Italian words pencilled in above.
|1913||G. W. (George Whitefield) Chadwick (1854 - 1931)|
D. K. (David Kilburn) Stevens (1860 - 1946)
|Parsing the spectral envelope: toward a general theory of vocal tone color / Ian Howell|
102 pages : illustrations: 28 cm. Thesis (D. M. A.) - New England Conservatory, 2016. Includes bibliographic references.
|Ian Howell |
|A Pastoral Prelude for orchestra by G. W. Chadwick|
1 score (52 pages); 27 x 39 cm. Reproduced from holograph
|1890||G. W. (George Whitefield) Chadwick (1854 - 1931)|
|The Peer and the Pauper: comic operetta in two acts / the text by Robert Grant; the music by G. W. Chadwick|
1 ms. vocal score (ca. 165 p., bound) ; 27 x 35 cm. Holograph in ink with extensive corrections in ink and pencil. Many cuts and pasting in of new parts. Parts (presumably the orchestral parts?) in orchestra library ; vocal ms. parts in Vault. Digital reproduction from microfilm positive.
|1884||G. W. (George Whitefield) Chadwick (1854 - 1931)|
Robert Grant (1852 - 1940)
|Phoenix expirans = the dying phoenix: for soli, chorus and orchestra / by G. W. Chadwick|
(1 ms. score (111 p., bound) ; 35 cm. Partitur. Copyist's ms. (partial holograph) in ink. Latin words; also printed as text inside front cover. At top of t.p.: Composed for the Hampden Co. Musical Association and first performed by them at Springfield, May 5, 1892. At bottom of t.p.: Text by an unknown author; English version [not included in this ...
|1892||G. W. (George Whitefield) Chadwick (1854 - 1931)|
|Pi Kappa Lambda Correspondence Index|
1 PDF file. This file contains a list of correspondence found in our Pi Kappa Lambda collection. Correspondents include: Denise Bacon, Nadia Boulanger, Emma Converse, Archibald Davison, Alfred DeVoto, Harry Ellis Dickson, Harold Farberman, Eugenia Frothingham, Howard Goding, Wallace Goodrich, Edward Burlingame Hill, Frederick Jagel, Harrison Kell...
|Preston Collection of autographed letters|
85 unnumbered pages; portraits; 36 cm. "This collection of autograph letters of celebrated musicians is presented to the New England Conservatory of Music as a memorial of the late John A. Preston by his widow Louise Preston, December 1914." Original letters with portraits of: Beethoven -- Wagner -- Mendelssohn-Bartholdy -- Schumann -- Berl...
|John Aiken Preston ( - 1914)|