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Fall 2013 Programs
1 PDF file ; 968 pages
Fall 2014 Programs
1 PDF file; 840 pages
Fall 2015 programs
1 PDF file; 1020 pages
Fall 2016 programs
1 PDF file; 906 pages
Fall 2017 programs
1 PDF file; 882 pages
Fathers of the Free / [music by] G. W. Chadwick; [words by] Elmer Ellworth Brown.
1 ms. score (15 p.) ; 42 cm. For chorus (SATB) and orchestra. Holograph in ink and pencil. Vocal lines in another hand. Vocal score published: Boston : H. W. Gray, c1927. Parts in orchestra library. Digital reproduction from microfilm positive.
1927G. W. (George Whitefield) Chadwick (1854 - 1931)
Elmer Ellsworth Brown (1861 - 1934)
Festival Jubilate / Mrs. H. H. A. Beach
1 ms. score (63 p.) ; 35 cm. For chorus (SSAATTB) and orchestra. Copyist's ms. in black and blue ink. Commissioned for the dedication (1 May 1893) of the Women's Building of the World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago. Vocal score published: Boston: A. P. Schmidt, c1892. At end: copied E. Ruppel. Boston, Mass. June 1892. Instrumental parts in the ...
Mrs. H. H. A. Beach (1867 - 1944)
George Whitefield Chadwick Collection Appendices
8 PDF files
George Whitefield Chadwick, Diaries, 1854-1927
17 volumes: 10 handwritten; 7 typed. Each volume stored in grey or black 3-ring binder or in grey preservation box. The size of the memoirs are approximately 28 x 18 cm. The lengths of the memoirs vary. Diaries 1880-1893 includes Te Deum in D major, Quartet no. 2, and 1885 sketchbook. Diaries 1908-1909 includes vocal score to act 1 of Pontius Pi...
G. W. (George Whitefield) Chadwick (1854 - 1931)
Gertude Norman-Van Dresser Room Correspondence Inventory
This collection consists of correspondence to/from Gertrude Norman primarily relating to her donation of photographs and furniture to create a Marcia Van Dresser Memorial Room at NEC. The correspondence spans the years 1938-1951, and much of it is to/from NEC’s Director (later Emeritus) at the time, Wallace Goodrich and his wife Madeleine. Other co...
Graduale / Mrs. H. H. A. Beach
1 ms. score (17 p.) ; 36 cm. For tenor soloist and orchestra. Copyist's ms. in ink. Digital reproduction on microfilm.
Mrs. H. H. A. Beach (1867 - 1944)
Grand Mass / Mrs. H. H. A. Beach
1 ms. score (171 pg.); 36 cm. For soloists (SATB), chorus (SATB), and orchestra. Two unnumbered pages with music between p. 110 and p. 111. Caption title. Binder's title: Mass in E flat. Ms. in ink; conductor's marks in blue pencil. Vocal score published: Boston: A. P. Schmidt, c1890. Beach ownership stamp above caption. Parts in orchestra librar...
1890Mrs. H. H. A. Beach (1867 - 1944)
Guide to the Archives at New England Conservatory of Music / compiled by Maryalice Mohr and Jean Morrow
175 p. [82 .pdf file] : ill., ports., facsim. ; 22 cm. "A brief history of New England Conservatory" (p.21-32) [p.12-16 in .pdf file]). Includes bibliographical references (p.168-169) [p.80 in .pdf file) and index. Based on NEC archival holdings in 2005.
2005Maryalice Perrin-Mohr (1970 - )
Jean Morrow (1944 - )
The half step in Brahms's Piano concerto no. 2 in B-flat major, op. 83 : ǂb a study of the motivic, harmonic, and tonal relationships, their dramatic significance, and their implications for performance / a dissertation presented by Jin Uk Kim.
Computer printout. D.M.A. New England Conservatory of Music 2015 Includes bibliographical references.
1/25/2016Jin Uk Kim
Helen Tetlow Collection Index
This file is an item level index to the Helen Ingersoll Tetlow Collection which consists primarily of correspondence and photographs.
"How high the larynx" : collecting the vocal tract configurations of Sarah Vaughan with the guiding purpose of enhancing jazz vocal performance and pedagogy
1 PDF file (85 pages) D.M.A. New England Conservatory of Music 2016. Includes bibliographical references. Sound files are only available in the New England Conservatory Archives.
5/16/20165/16/2016Jo Lawry
An Index to a collection of letters and other personal materials of Eugene Gruenberg, violin teacher and Boston Symphony Orchestra member, Boston, Massachusetts / Deborah A. Devine
1 PDF file. Print copy is [15] leaves; 28 cm. Bibliography: leaf [8].
1992Deborah A. Devine
In Felix's footsteps: an examination of Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel's approach to her chamber music / Sam Ou
119 leaves ; ill., music; 28 cm. Thesis (D. M. A.)--New England Conservatory, 2005. Includes bibliographic references (p. 116-119).
2005Sam Ou
Interview with Marian Vafiades
This publication includes a link to the audio recording of an interview conducted with New England Conservatory alumna, Marian Vafiades '45, on May 18, 2007. Also included is the transcript of this interview.
Marian Vafiades (1923 - 2011)
Jean Morrow (1944 - )
Maryalice Perrin-Mohr (1970 - )
Interview with Rudolph Kolisch
This interview with New England Conservatory faculty member and violinst, Rudolph Kolisch, was conducted on March 23, 1978 by members of the Schoenberg seminar course.
Rudolph Kolisch (1896 - 1978)
Jephthah's daughter : aria for soprano, op. 53 / Mrs. H. H. A. Beach
1 ms. score (29 p.) ; 34 cm. For soprano and orchestra. Words in French by Mollevaut with English and Italian translations. Caption title: La fille de Jepthé. Holograph in ink. At end: February 15 1903. Vocal score published: Boston: A. P. Schmidt, c1903. Parts in orchestra library. Digital reproduction from microfilm.
1903Mrs. H. H. A. Beach (1867 - 1944)
Etienne Mollevaut (1744 - 1816)
Jessie F. Boyd Collection
27 pdf files
Jessie Fremont Boyd (1864 - 1904)
Johnny Burke Collection Inventory
1 PDFfile
Jordan Hall Program Inventory
This PDF file contains an inventory of concert programs for performances that took place in Jordan Hall at New England Conservatory (Boston, MA) during the years 1903-1964 (Bulk: 1904-1932). The majority of the programs listed were not New England Conservatory programs, but programs for other individuals or ensembles who performed in Jordan Hall du...
Judith: lyric drama / text by William Chauncy Langdon; music by G. W. Chadwick
1 ms. score (128 p., bound); 41 cm. For soloists, mixed chorus (SATB) with orchestra. Holograph in pencil and ink. Photocopy of complete score shelved under ML96.5.C5 J8. Instrumental parts shelved in orchestra library. Digital reproduction from microfilm positive.
1900G. W. (George Whitefield) Chadwick (1854 - 1931)
William Chauncy Langdon (1871 - 1947)
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