Musicology

Adam, Adolphe (1803-1856). Four letters from Adam to various recipients (ca. 1838-1839) and a collection of 49 clippings regarding Adam (ca. 1900-1935). H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Albert, Prince of Germany (1819-1861). Music manuscript, "Morning Hymn, Air," setting of a poem by Joseph von Eichendorff, 4 p. on 1 folded leaf, no date. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Bach, Johann Christian (1735-1782). Music manuscript, "Sonata," no date, 14 p. on 7 leaves. Parts unbound, fastened with cotton thread. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Bacon, Ernst (1898-1990). Copies of Bacon's original scores. Titles include the collections A Few Songs (undated), Nature (Nov. 1965) and Piano Duets (1980); as well as individual scores for various songs and hymns. Also present is Nixie's Party, a "political burlesque with words and music" written and composed by "N. O. Cable" [Bacon] and "J. Heron" [John Edmunds] (1972). Also includes several letters, manuscripts, and other papers. Ernst Bacon Collection.

Barthe, Grat-Nortbert (1828-1898). Music manuscripts (2). Conservatoire de Musique du Paris Collection.

Bellini, Vincenzo (1801-1835). Hand-copied scores for his operas Bianca e Gernando (1926); Il Pirata (1927); Norma (1831); Beatrice di Tenda (1933); La Sonnambula (1931); Capuletti e Montecchi (1830); and I Puritani (1934). Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Bernstein, Leonard (1918-1990). Holograph musical manuscript for Irene Mayer Selznick for her 75th Birthday, signed; Apr. 2, 1982, 1 p. Irene Mayer Selznick Collection.

Bizet, Georges (1838-1875). Music manuscript. Conservetoire de Musique du Paris Collection.

Blangini, Felice (1781-1841). Music manuscript, "Canzonetta: Amo te solo, te solo amai," 2 p. on folded leaf, 1833. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Bolcom, William E. (1938- ) and Weinstein, Arnold (1927- ). Music manuscript, Casino Paradise, manuscript of libretto for opera (music by William E. Bolcom, libretto by Arnold Weinstein); commissioned by the American Music Theater Festival, 1987; first performed in Philadelphia, Apr. 4, 1990. Typed (photocopy), 46 p.; includes ancillary material. Manuscript File Collection.

Bruch, Max (1838-1920). Score, fragment, inscribed. Albert Spalding Collection.

Brunetti, Gaetano (1744-1798). Score, Sinfonia con Violini Oboe Corni Viola e Basso, no date. 64 p. on 32 leaves. Full score. Unbound, fastened with cotton thread, in
green marbled paper cover. "Originale No. 21" on top right-hand title page; many holograph corrections made when copied. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Carafa, Michele Enrico (1787-1872). Hand-copied scores for his operas Il Vascello d'Occidente (1814); Berenice in Siria (1818); and Gabriella di Verg (1818). Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Cherubini, Luigi (1760-1842). Music manuscripts (2) and holograph notations on contemporary copy of a score with correspondence and records while he was Director of the Paris Conservatory. Conservatoire de Musique du Paris Collection.

Cherubini, Luigi (1760-1842). Hand-copied score for his Mass. Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Cimarosa, Domenico (1749-1801). Hand-copied scores for his operas Il Matrimonio Segreto (1792) and La Ballerina Amante (1783). Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Clementi, Muzio (?-?). Photocopied score, Clementi's Musical Characteristics or, a Collection of Preludes and Cadences for the Harpsichord or Piano Forte... London, Longman and Broderip, [1787]. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Coccia, Carlo (1782-1873). Hand-copied scores for his operas Cariotta e Werther; Ciotilde; and La Donna Selvaggia. Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel (1875-1912). Manuscript for Othello. Richards Manuscript Collection.

Coppola, Pietro Antonio (1793-1877). Hand-copied scores for his opera La Nina Puzza per Amore (1835). Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Czerny, Karl (1791-1857). Music manuscript, "Zu ein Stumbuch," Sep. 18, 1836. Signed. Richards Manuscript Collection.

David, Felicien (1810-1876). Music manuscript, "Pearl of Brazil," ca. 1850, 52 p. Signed album leaf, "Melodies Orientales," Jan. 8, 1965. Richards Manuscript Collection.

Delibes, Leo (1836-1891). "Festival Notes," musical manuscript, 5 pages; laid into printed score for Coppelia (Nov. 11, 1885). Rare Books, HGARC Richards M1523.D4.C7.1885.

Delibes, Leo (1836-1891). Music manuscript. Conservetoire de Musique du Paris Collection.

Donato, Antonio di (?-?). Music manuscript, "Graduale per la festivita del Glorioso, e Protettor di / Napoli [...]," 1796. 23 p. on 12 leaves. Full score bound, marbled paper cover with gold embossed title on leather. Figured bass given; instrumentation unstated. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Donizetti, Gaetano (1797-1848). Hand-copied scores for his operas Alahor di Granata (1826); Gianni di Calais (1828); L'Esule di Roma (1829); L'Elisir d'Amore (1829); Fausta (1831); Tarquato Tasso (1833); Parasina (1833); Lucrezia Borgia (1834); Gemma di Vergy (1835); Lucia di Lammermoor (1835); Marino Faliero (1835); Belisario (1836); Roberto Devereux (1836); Linda di Chamounix (1842); Poliuto; and the work Otto Mesi in Due Ore (1828). Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Federici, Vincenzo (1764-1826). Hand-copied scores for his operas Le Cantatrici Villane (1806); Adelajde e Comingio Romiti; Zaira; and Pittore. Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Fisher, William Arms (1861-1948). The Beginner at the Piano, early draft and partial draft. Song lyrics for a student text. Scrapbook re: Amateur Music Club of Peoria, 97 p. Various scores and music sheets, some of which appear to be Fisher's music. Manuscript File Collection.

Gazzaniga, Guiseppe (1743-1818). Hand-copied score for his opera La Dama Soldato. Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Generali, Pietro (1783-1832). Hand-copied scores for his operas L'Idolo Cinese (1807); Adelina (1814); Baccanali di Roma (1915); Chiara di Rosamberghi (1820s); Emilio; Il Bajazet; and Le Lagrime d'Una Vedova. Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Giordano, Umberto (1867-1948). Music manuscript "Giorea Pompei," ca. 1920, 5 pieces, with printed score. Richards Manuscript Collection.

Gounod, Charles (1818-1893). Music manuscript "Messe Breve," 28 p. Richards Manuscript Collection.

Gounod, Charles (1818-1893). Mors et Vita, printed score with Gounod's holograph corrections (catalogued for Richards book collection). Rare Books, HGARC Richards.

Grazioli, Filippo (1773-1840). Hand-copied score of his opera Il Pellegrino Bianco. Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Guglielmi, Pietro (1728-1804). Hand-copied score for his opera Trionfo di Guiditta. Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Haydn, Franz Joseph (1732-1809). Music manuscript, "La Vera Costanza, Appendix II, Original Handschrift / von Joseph Haydn / geboren 1732 gestorben 1809 [...]," no date. 6 p. photocopy of mss. Also, photocopies of mss. parts. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Haydn, Franz Joseph (1732-1809). Music manuscript, Armida, first performance Feb. 26, 1784. Opera score in two volumes. Manuscript copy by Esterhazy copyist No. 63 with many holograph additions and corrections in Haydn's hand. Dicovered in Italy where it was presumably sent by Haydn. Reproduced in Haydn Yearbook XIX, 1993. Vol. 1, 196 p. on 98 leaves. Vol. 2, 332 p. on 98 leaves. Also, extensive research material regarding Haydn's life and music. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Haydn, Franz Joseph (1732-1809). Album leaf signed (music secretary's hand), March 28, 1804; laid in printed score signed "Six Original Canzonettas" [ca. 1793]. Rare Books, HGARC Richards M 1620 H373 C36 1794.

Haydn, Johann Michael (1737-1806). Music manuscript, "Sinfonia Ex G#," no date, approx. 20 p. on separate folded leaves; parts for various instruments, unbound. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Haydn, Johann Michael (1737-1806). Music manuscript, "No. 14 / Missa / in / Partitura," Mar. 1772 [noted on last p.]. 165 p. on 83 leaves. Score bound, with gold embossed title. Numerous performance markings and notes in red and blue pencil; holograph note on p. preceding title p., and embossment on front cover give date, "1850." H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Hill, Edward Burlingame (1872-1960). Score for his Ode for Mixed Chorus and Orchestra (1930). Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Hindemith, Paul (1895-1963). Score for his Konzertmusik fur Streichorchester und Blechblaser (1938). Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Honneger, Arthur (1892-1955). Score for his Symphonie (1930). Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Hummel, Johann (1778-1837). Autograph letter signed, with music, Mar. 18, 1826. Richards Manuscript Collection.

Jommelli, Niccolo (1714-1774). Music manuscript, no title, 1769 [?]. 8 1/2" x 4 3/4" fragment of score mounted on 1 leaf of folded maroon paper with white ink drawn borders. Very faint date appears upper right hand. Typed explanatory notes inserted. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Kotzwara, Franz (1730-1791). Music manuscript, "Trio Concertante," no date. 9 p. on 8 leaves. Parts for 5 instruments, unbound. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Kroeger, Perry Arthur. Senator Joe, opera by Perry Arthur Kroeger and Tom O'Horgan. Draft, 78 p.; includes holograph notes on verso. Draft from production at Neil Simon Theatre, 103 p., 6 copies. Score, 19 p.; includes holograph notes. Tom O'Horgan Collection.

Liszt, Franz (1811-1886). Autograph music manuscript (no title), variations on an unidentified operatic aria (in portfolio). Corrected proofs for Second Mephisto Waltz, 1881, with holograph notes by Liszt. Richards Manuscript Collection.

Liszt, Franz (1811-1886). Several letters, photographs, printed items, programs, some score fragments. Franz Liszt Collection.

Mascagni, Pietro (1863-1945). Music manuscript, "Intermezzo," from Cavalleria Rusticana, Oct. 26, 1888. Music manuscript, "Aria," from Il Piccolo Marat, Oct. 16, 1919. Richards Manuscript Collection.

Massenet, Jules (1842-1912). Bound manuscript for Werther. Richards Manuscript Collection.

Massenet, Jules (1842-1912). Werther. Printed score, inscribed, 1893. Rare Books, HGARC Richards YM.1503.M33.W4.1892; 2 copies. Also Werther, printed score, inscribed, 1908. Rare Books, HGARC Richards Y.

Massenet, Jules (1842-1912). Music manuscripts "Minuet from M---," 6 p., no date; and "Herodiade," 4 p., May 6, 1879. Richards Manuscript Collection.

Massenet, Jules (1842-1912). Le Cid, printed score, inscribed, 1900. Rare Books, HGARC Richards YM.1503.M38.C5.1892.

Mattei, Abbate Stanislao (1750-1825). Music manuscript, "Messa a 8 voci," no date [18th century]. 3 p. on 1 folded leaf. Tenor part only. Unbound. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Mayr, Simon (1763-1845). Hand-copied scores for his operas Ginevra di Scozia (1801); Le Due Giornati (1801); Elisa (1804); L'Amor Coniungale (1805); Adelasia e Aleramo (1807); Trionfo dell'Amicizia; and Ifigenia. Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix (1809-1847). Music manuscript "Nimm fon uns Herr pp.," arrangement for voice (without text) and piano or organ without pedal, scored for solo instrument in treble clef, 26 bars, similar to one movement on "Organ Sonata," op. 65, #6. Richards Manuscript Collection.

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix (1809-1847). Music manuscript, 2 p., "Jagdlied von W. Scott," op. 120, #1; on verso, "Auf ein Mann"; Andante, 3 stanzas, text. Richards Manuscript Collection.

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix (1809-1847). Music manuscript, 2 p., Jan. 13, 1846; "Trostung," 32 bars; autograph dedication to Fraulein Antonie Noldechen; transcripts made for her differs from printed version (printed score in edition of the Sechs Lieder, op. 71). Rare Books, HGARD Richards YM.1620.M4.op.71.1847.

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix (1809-1847). Complete music manuscript, unsigned, of part song "Comitat" with text by Hoffman von Fallersleven (op. 76, no. 4), Sep. 1847, 20 bars, 2 stanzas of text in Mendelssohn's hand with score and 3rd stanza on p. 2 (back of folded leaf). Richards Manuscript Collection.

Mercadante, Saverio (1795-1870). Hand-copied scores for his operas Apoteosi d'Ercole (1819); Violenza e Costanza (1819); Didone Abbandonata (1823); Caritea Regina di Spagna (1826); La Vestale; and Il Bravo. Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Meyerbeer, Giacomo (1791-1864). Hand-copied scores for his operas Il Crociato in Egitto (1823); Roberto il Diavolo (1831); and Romilda e Costanza. Boston Symphony Orhcestra Collection.

Meyerhofer, Paolo (?-?). Music manuscript, "Quartetto a Due Violini, Viola e Basso," no date. 36 p. on 20 leaves. Parts unbound. Signed by copyist, lower right hand on title page. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Milhaud, Darius (1892-1974). Music manuscript. Paris Conservatoire de Musique du Paris Collection.

Millico, Giuseppe (1737-1802). Music manuscript, La Pieta D'Amore (opera), no date. 256 p. on 128 leaves. Full score bound, marbled paper cover with gold embossed title on leather. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Monari, Clemete (1650-1717). L'Aretusa, musical manuscript, with inscription on inside front cover: "Recitata in Milano L'anno 1703," 120 p. 25.5 x 18 cm. Bound in paper wrappers. Mark and Llora Bortman and Foxcroft and Mayhew Family Papers.

Monza, Carlo (late 17th century - 1736). Music manuscript, "Sonata per Cembalo," no date. 11 p. on 8 leaves. Score bound, printed design cover with gold embossed title on leather. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Morlacci, Francesco (1784-1841). Hand-copied scores for his opera Tebaldo e Isolina. Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Mosca, Guiseppe (1772-1839). Hand-copied scores for his operas L'Amore e Le Armi and L'Attila in Aquileja. Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Mozart, W. A. (1756-1791). Music manuscript, Quartetti, no date [Not in Kochel]. 75 p. on 44 leaves. Parts unbound, each separate part fastened with cotton thread: violin secondo, viola, violoncello. Missing violin 1. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Mozart, W. A. (1756-1791). Music manuscript, Grand Trio a Violino Viola Violoncello, no date. [K. 563] 48 p. on 25 leaves. Parts unbound, each separate part fastened with cotton thread. Some performance indications and corrections in pencil. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Mozart, W. A. (1756-1791). Hand-copied scores for his opera Don Giovanni. Boston Symphony Orchestra.

Nicolini, Giuseppe (1762-1842). Hand-copied score for his opera Quinto Fabio (1811). Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Ozawa, Hisato. Symphony No. 2, score, 177 p.; laid in are clippings and programs. A portrait photograph of the composer pasted on fly-leaf is inscribed "To my dear Dean Marshall [i.e. John P. Marshall] and to all my friends in the College of Music..." signed by the composer and dated May 1936. H. Ozawa Collection.

Pacini, Giovanni (1796-1867). Hand-copied scores for his operas La Sacerdotessa d'Irminsul (1817); Il Trionfo della Fede (1827); L'Ultimo Giorno di Pompei (1835); Allessandro nell'Indie; Ossia gli Arabi delle Gallie; Medea; and Bondelmonte. Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Paganini, Niccolo (1782-1840). Score, partial, holograph with signed inscription. Albert Spalding Collection.

Paer, Ferdinando (1771-1839). Hand-copied scores for his operas Griselda (1798) and Agnese (1811). Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Paisiello, Giovanni (1740-1816). Music manuscript, Le Barbier de Seville, [1782]. Leatherbound, 256 p. on 129 leaves, with performance location and date given. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Paisiello, Giovanni (1740-1816). Hand-copied score for his opera La Serva Padrona (1769). Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Panorino, Francesco (?-?). Music manuscript, "Quartetto," no date. 14 p. on 9 leaves. Parts unbound, one part carries cotton thread remnants. H. C. Robbins Landon.

Persiani, Giuseppe (1799-1869). Hand-copied score for his opera Ines di Castro. Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Piccinni, Niccolo (1728-1800). Music manuscript, Concerto di flauto Traverso [...], 1769. 40 p. on 20 leaves. Score bound, marble design cover with gold embossed title. "Originale" on upper right hand title page. Also, manuscripts for "Conservati Fedele", 15 p. on 8 folded leaves, 1768; and "Tuvoi, ch'io viva, o Cara," 47 p. on 12 folded leaves, 1768. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Piston, Walter (1894-1976). Score for Symphony No. 8 (1965). Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Portogallo, Marcus Antonio (1762-1830). Hand-copied score for his opera L'Oro Non Compra Amor. Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Prokofiev, Sergei (1891-1953). Music manuscript, original score for his Fourth Symphony, op. 47 (1929), with numerous handwritten notes. Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Puccini, Giacomo (1858-1924). Holograph score, signed "Avanit Uranian!" 2 p., 1896, bound in decorated boards, leather spine. Published 1899. Richards Manuscript Collection.

Pucitta, Vincenzo (1778-1861). Hand-copied score for his operas I Due Prigioneri (1801) and La Vestale (1810). Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Pugno, Raoul (1852-1914). Musical manuscript. Conservatoire de Musique du Paris Collection.

Respighi, Ottorini (1879-1936). Score for his Metamorphosen Modi XII (1930). Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Ricci, Federico (1809-1877). Hand-copied score for his opera La Prigione di Edimburgo (1837). Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Ricci, Luigi (1805-1859). Hand-copied score for his opera Il Nuovo Figaro (1832). Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Rossini, Gioacchino (1792-1868). Hand-copied scores for his operas L'Occasione Fail Ladro (1812); Aureliano in Palmira (1813); Tancredi (1813); L'Italiana in Algeri (1813); Il Turco in Italia (1814); Elisabetta Regina D'Inghilterra (1815); Torvaldo e Dorliska (1815); Il Barbiere di Siviglia (1816); La Gazetta (1816); Otello (1816); Cenerentola (1817); La Gazza Ladra (1817); Ricciardo e Zoraide (1818); Mose in Egitto (1818); Bianca e Falliero (1819); La Donna del Lago (1819); Matilde di Shabran (1821); Zelmira (1821); Semiramide (1823); and L'Assedio di Corinto (1828). Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Roussel, Albert (1869-1937). Score for his Third Symphony, op. 42 (1930). Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Salomon, Johann Peter (1745-1815). Autograph letter to William Shield (1748-1829), May 17, 1806. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Schumann, Robert (1810-1865). Music manuscript, "Klavier-Stucker," 2 p., and text outline. Richards Manuscript Collection.

Sciroli, Gregorio (1722-1781). Music manuscript, "In San Moise," 39 p. total on 10 folded leaves, 1769. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Speranza, Allesandro (ca. 1728-1797). Music manuscript, [Cantata], no date. 130 p. on 66 leaves. Score bound, marble design cover with gold embossed title. No title page. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Spontini, Gaspare (1774-1851). Hand-copied score for his opera La Vestale (1805). Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Stamitz, Carl (1745-1801). Music manuscript, "Divertimento in E flat," no date. 16 p. on 4 folded leaves. Parts unbound. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Stravinsky, Igor (1882-1971). Original score for his Symphonie de Psaumes (1930). Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Tailleferre, Germaine (1892-1983). Music manuscript. Conservatoire de Paris du Musique Collection.

Thomas, Ambroise (1811-1896). Music manuscripts, records and correspondence during the period he was connected with the Paris Conservatory. Conservatoire de Paris du Musique Collection.

Thomas, Ambroise (1811-1896). Music manuscript, "Prelude," 2 p. Richards Manuscript Collection.

Thompson, Randall (1899-1984). Score for his Last Words of David (1949). Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Tippett, Michael (1905- ). Score for King Priam, with correspondence. Sam Wanamaker Collection.

Traetta, Tommaso (1727-1779). Music manuscripts, "Il Core nel petto" (aria, 2 p. on 1 folded leaf, no date) and "Ritorna in quest alma" (partial copy, lower half of second page missing, 2 p. on 1 folded leaf, no date). H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Trento Vitbrio (1761-1833). Hand-copied score for his opera Ossia gli Assassini. Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Turrini detto Bertoni, Fernando (?-?). Music manuscript, Sei Sonate da Cembalo Call' accompagnamento d'un Violino..., [1780]. 55 p. on 28 leaves. Score in paper cover fastened with cotton string. Front cover bears holograph title card with printed illustrated border. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Vaccai, Nicola (1790-1848). Hand-copied scores for his operas Giovanna d'Arco and Zadig ed Astartea. Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Verdi, Guiseppe (1813-1901). Hand-copied scores for his operas Ernani (1844); I Due Foscari (1844); Attila (1846); Luisa Miller(1849); Rigoletto; Macbeth; Saffo; Il Trovatore; Aida;and Nabucco. Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Villa-Lobos, Heitor (1887-1959). Music manuscript, "Tres Poemes Indigines," 1926. Richards Manuscript Collection.

Wanhal,Johann Baptist (1739-1813). Music manuscript, Sinfonia Ex A#, no date,30 p. on 14 leaves, parts unbound, vln I and vln II parts, each fastened with cotton thread. Also, No. I / Quintetto Nocturno Et E#, no date, 18 p. on 5 folded leaves, parts unbound; No. III / Quintetto Ex E#, no date, 20 p. on 5 folded leaves, parts unbound; and No. VI / Quintetto Et F mol, parts unbound. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Warlock, Peter (1894-1930). Music manuscript, "Summer Night on the River," arrangement of a song by Delius, ca. 1925. Richards Manuscript Collection.

Weber, Carl Maria von (1786-1826). Music manuscript, Oberon, bound, voice and piano parts only. Richards Manuscript Collection. Also, printed score for Oberon, first German edition, 1826. Rare Books, HGARC Richards Y M1503.W363 O2.

Weigl, Joseph (1766-1846). Hand-copied score for his opera L'Amor Marinaro (1800s). Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Wellesz, Egon (1885-1974). Copies of various Byzantine codices; research material; manuscripts, transcriptions, reviews, and articles by Wellesz; other items. Egon Wellesz Collection.

Zingarelli, Nicola (1752-1837). Hand-copied scores for his operas Pirro, re d'Epiro and Il Trionfo di David. Boston Symphony Orchestra Collection.

Other

Psalter fragment, 16th century. Four page fragment of a Latin psalter in red and black ink on vellum. Various biblical passages; format suggests that it dates from the sixteenth century or earlier. Manuscript File Collection.

Leaf from a noted missal, in the style of the Messine neumes (Monastery of Metz, 9th-10th centuries), 2 p., date unknown. Manuscript File Collection.

Folk music and dancing. Manuscripts and typescripts including data on dances and music of Alaska, Europe, Vermont and West Virginia. Elizabeth Burchenal Collection.

Italian Madrigals, part book for bass voice with lyrics. [ca. 1570.] Consisting of the entire basso part for Serafino Candido's "Delle Mascherate musicale... sopra varii amorosi avemimenti a 3, 4, 5" and about a dozen other pieces. Ca. 95 p. on 50 leaves. Part, no binding, fastened with cotton thread. Ca. 5" x 7" with several illustrations, markings, and blots in margins; first p. is in verse. Special study by Mabbett, Margaret of
Kings College describes this item, 1984-85. Photocopy typescript ca. 200 p. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Sonate Per Cimbalo Solo, e Basso. No date. 17 p. on 10 leaves. Score unbound, fastened with cotton thread. Some holograph corrections by copyist. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.

Large choral book, written in Gregorian chant notation, 16-18th century. H. C. Robbins Landon Collection.