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Fri Mar 21 17:11:08 2014 UTClccn-no890213670.28Rhapsody for harp and strings /0.801.00Reuben R. Rinder papers,4052Frederick_Jacobino 890213672658153Jacobi, Fredrick, 1891-1952np-lack, fredellLack, Fredellprfitrlccn-nr93018814Vecchi, Guidoprfitrlccn-no92021443Claremont String Quartetprflccn-n81139942Filharmoniske selskap (Oslo, Norway)Orkesterprflccn-no91025666Lyric Art Quartet, Houstonprfnp-jacobi, ireneJacobi, Ireneprfitrlccn-no2004016996New York Cantorial Choirprflccn-nr90000374Mason, Patrickprfvoclccn-no97031576Academy of St. Martin-in-the-FieldsChorusprflccn-no2004026727Taylor, George1955-prfitrJacobi, Frederick1891-1952MusicBiographyMusical settingsManuscriptsConcertos (Cello)Piano quintetsSuites (Piano quintet)String quartetsViolin and piano musicString quartets--Scores and partsOrchestral musicChoruses, Sacred (Mixed voices), UnaccompaniedSynagogue music--Evening servicesChoruses, Sacred (Mixed voices) with organOrgan musicString quartets--ScoresViola and piano musicString quartets--PartsIndians of North AmericaElectronic organ musicUnited StatesComposersFoote, Arthur,Concertos (Piano with string orchestra)--2-piano scoresBallades (Instrumental music)Piano quintets--ScoresFlute with orchestra--Solo with pianoSongs (High voice) with pianoConcertos (Cello)--Solo with pianoJacobi, Frederick,Music--Instruction and studyPiano quintets--Scores and partsFlute and piano musicSongs (Medium voice) with pianoCowell, Henry,Milhaud, Darius,Freneau, Philip Morin,Copland, Aaron,Wind quintets (Bassoon, clarinet, flute, horn, oboe)--Scores and partsConcertos (Cello)--ScoresBloch, Ernest,Finney, Ross Lee,Thomson, Virgil,Mason, Daniel Gregory,Harris, Roy,Coolidge, Elizabeth Sprague,Gilman, Lawrence,Diamond, David,Luening, Otto,Wagenaar, Bernard,Slonimsky, Nicolas,Palmer, Robert,Engel, Lehman,Morris, Harold,18911952190019021906191519181923192419251926192819301931193219331935193619371938193919401941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551956196119631964196619681969198019952004200520062007200920112384227390784M452ocn044752116ocn047280507ocn843437366ocn047833073ocn044752159ocn843437393ocn843476455ocn843476456ocn863007526ocn063068125ocn12251747424724ocn001920777score19260.70Jacobi, FrederickString quartet on Indian themesMusic2232ocn811331540file20040.79Jacobi, FrederickConcerto for violoncello and orchestra Sabbath evening service (excerpts) ; Hagiographa ; Ahavat olam ; Two pieces in Sabbath mood1832ocn034007425rcrd19950.81Jacobi, FrederickMusic of Frederick Jacobi14512ocn001916020score19350.79Jacobi, FrederickString quartet no. 21082ocn003125331rcrd19630.86Jacobi, FrederickConcerto for 'cello and orchestra (1932) Hagiographa ; three biblical narratives for piano and strings (1938)1054ocn026006843rcrd19610.88Jacobi, FrederickString quartet no. 3 ; Ballade for violin and piano ; Fantasy for viola and piano817ocn008658956score19470.84Jacobi, FrederickConcertino for piano and string orchestra766ocn012850647score19490.84Jacobi, FrederickMusic hall, overture for orchestra665ocn010212717score19500.73Jacobi, FrederickThree quiet preludes : for organ583ocn002277875score19410.86Jacobi, FrederickPrelude578ocn013604699score19430.73Jacobi, FrederickBallade568ocn006988430score19460.88Jacobi, FrederickString quartet no. 3544ocn000626921score19410.81Jacobi, FrederickFantasy for viola and piano503ocn005633925book19460.76Foote, ArthurArthur Foote, 1853-1937. An autobiographyBiography474ocn002294500score19380.88Jacobi, FrederickScherzo for flute, oboe, B♭ clarinet, F horn, bassoon455ocn001947458score19420.81Jacobi, FrederickHagiographa : three biblical narratives for string quartet and piano435ocn002558735score19530.81Jacobi, FrederickMeditation : for trombone and piano395ocn005725145score19410.79Jacobi, FrederickNight piece and dance, for flute and piano368ocn010453998score19330.93Jacobi, FrederickConcerto for violoncello and orchestra : violoncello e piano344ocn014952528score19490.76Jacobi, FrederickThree songsMusical settings21ocn036088611score19460.47Jacobi, FrederickFour dances from the prodigal sonManuscripts22ocn084668996mix1.00Rinder, Reuben RReuben R. Rinder papersArchivesMusicRecords and correspondenceThe collection consists of correspondence; cantorial materials; musical arrangements, compositions and programs; biographical materials; certificates and honors; some of Rinder's writings and speeches; items from Rinder's tenure at Temple Emanu-El; and photographs. The correspondence consists of general correspondence as well as correspondence on particular topics (such as the commissioning of Chagall for a window at Emanu-El and Rinder's liturgical research trip to Israel) and correspondence with prominent individuals. Among the correspondents in the collection are the following: Ansel Adams; Abraham W. Binder; Henry Cowell; Monroe Deutsch; Mischa Elman; Enrique Jorda; Louis Lurie; Dorothy Warenskjold; and Rabbis Stephen Wise, Rudolph Coffee, David de Sola Pool, Ernest Bloch, Darius Milhaud, Marc Lavry, Paul Ben-Haim, and Frederick Jacobi (the last five of these are composers commissioned by Rinder to write music for Emanu-El). The collection also includes correspondence on child prodigies (including Yehudi Menuhin; Isaac Stern; and Miriam Solovieff) whom Rinder encouraged and for whom he found sponsors. Other notable items in the collection include: copies of Rinder's histories of the Board of Rabbis of Northern California and Congregation Emanu-El, together with minutes from Emanu-El (1957) discussing mixed marriages; two conversion certificates; correspondence from Bronislaw Huberman relating to the founding (1936) of the Palestine Orchestra which was composed of refugees escaping Nazi Germany, for which Rinder was the first to collect funds11ocn071129980mix1.00League of Composers (U.S.)Modern Music archivesCriticism, interpretation, etcPhotographsPortraitsRecords and correspondenceThe archives contains materials documenting the cessation of Modern music, correspondence, financial and budget documents, fundraising and promotional materials, clippings, committee meeting minutes, photographs and artwork, stage and costume designs, contemporary concert and festival programs, scrapbooks (preserved on microfilm), publications of the League, and writings by Minna Lederman Daniel. Correspondence includes originals of letters sent to Modern music by George Antheil, Alban Berg, Theodore Chanler, Aaron Copland, Henry and Sidney Cowell, David Ewen, Frederick Jacobi, Lincoln Kirstein, Walter Piston, Paul Rosenfeld, Lazare Saminsky, Arnold Schoenberg, Harold Shapero, and Virgil Thomson. Contributors to Modern music include Alban Berg, Bertolt Brecht, André Breton, Aaron Copland, Henry and Sidney Cowell, Edwin Denby, Lincoln Kirstein, Pablo Picasso, Walter Piston, Paul Rosenfeld, Harold Shapero, and Virgil Thomson. Noteworthy original works of art in this collection include self-portraits by Darius Milhaud and Arnold Schoenberg, sketches of George Antheil by Boris Smirnoff and of Louis Gruenberg by Enrico Caruso, and a lithograph portrait of Paul Hindemith by Richard Heinsich12ocn702121403mix1.00Society for the Publication of American MusicPapers of the Society for the Publication of American MusicThis collection documents the activities of the Society for the Publication of American Music from its inception in 1919 to its dissolution in May, 1969. The bulk of materials dates from the last 10 years of the Society's existence and consists of: correspondence; subscription records; royalty, bank, and other financial records; officers' notes; and a small number of programs and reviews12ocn702189635mix1.00Gilbert, Henry F. BThe Henry Gilbert papersRecords and correspondenceThe Henry Gilbert Papers contain sketches, manuscript scores, and published editions of Gilbert's musical compositions, including operas, orchestral music, chamber works, keyboard pieces, choral music, and songs. The Papers also hold music by other composers, most notably Gilbert's father, Benjamin Franklin Gilbert, and his uncle, James L. Gilbert. The correspondence includes letters to and from Gilbert and family members, composers, performers, and writers. Gilbert's life and work are further documented by: programs, clippings, and scrapbooks; writings by and about Gilbert; photographs; biographical materials; and miscellaneous items11ocn056365482score19410.47Jacobi, FrederickTwo pieces based on Palestinian folk-songs : for 'cello and pianoManuscripts11ocn055052499score0.47Jacobi, FrederickVocalise (Penelope)Manuscripts11ocn040141251score0.28Jacobi, FrederickRhapsody for harp and stringsManuscripts12ocn702189430mix1.00Porter, QuincyThe Quincy Porter papersRecords and correspondenceThe Quincy Porter Papers contain the manuscript scores and sketches of Porter's musical compositions, including 2 symphonies, 9 string quartets, and other major compositions and smaller pieces. The Papers also include music copied or arranged by Porter. The correspondence contains letters to and from Porter and other individuals, publishers, performing organizations, and schools and universities. Porter's life and work are further documented by: programs and newspaper clippings; published articles and books; photographs; medals; and scrapbooks11ocn145706008score19461.00Jacobi, FrederickConcertinoManuscripts11ocn025391730mix0.47Juilliard Graduate SchoolScrapbooksScrapbooks of newsclippings relating to faculty members of the Juilliard Graduate School, in particular to their concert activities11ocn019014599score19061.00Jacobi, FrederickWedding marchManuscripts11ocn702150415mix1.00Kirkpatrick, JohnThe John Kirkpatrick papersThe John Kirkpatrick Papers document the life and career of American pianist John Kirkpatrick through his correspondence with composers, performers, music educators, and family members. The Papers also hold an extensive collection of music, including sketches, manuscripts, and published versions of Kirkpatrick's many editions of music by composers such as Charles Ives and Carl Ruggles. Kirkpatrick's life and work are further documented with photographs, programs, reviews, writings, teaching materials, and miscellaneous items11ocn702152855mix1.00Ives, CharlesThe Charles Ives papersRecords and correspondenceThe Charles Ives Papers contain the manuscript scores and sketches of Ives's musical works, including 4 symphonies, 3 violin sonatas, string quartets, piano sonatas, and other major compositions and smaller pieces. The Papers also hold Ives's collection of music by other composers and his writings on musical and political subjects. The correspondence contains letters to and from Ives and his family, business associates, and other musicians. Ives's life and work are further documented by: scrapbooks and diaries; photographs; programs; and articles and reviews11ocn777993312mix1.00Composers' Forum (U.S.)Composers' Forum Inc. RecordsThe records of the Composers' Forum document the history of the organization from 1935 to 2002. They hold correspondence, concert programs, press releases, clippings, grant applications and other development files, board meeting minutes and correspondence, photographs, membership files, concert production files, concert discussion transcripts, historical essays and scrapbooks11ocn024087470score19241.00Jacobi, FrederickThe poet in the desert : for baritone solo, chorus and orchestraMusical settingsManuscripts11ocn040141253score0.47Jacobi, FrederickRhapsodyManuscripts11ocn815874450mix1.00Coolidge, Elizabeth SpragueCorrespondence from the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation collectionCriticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondenceThe collection contains personal and professional correspondence to and from Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge that documents both Coolidge's role as a patron of twentieth century music and the activities of her foundation, which she established at the Library of Congress in 1925. The correspondents include many of the prominent composers, musicians, conductors, and other musical figures of the time. The Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation was established in the Library for the promotion and advancement of chamber music through commissions, public concerts, and festivals. Individuals represented in the collection include, Georges Barrère, Béla Bartók, E. Power Biggs, Ernest Bloch, Frank Bridge, John Alden Carpenter, Carlos Chávez, Aaron Copland, Henry Eichheim, Martha Graham, Roy Harris, Edward Burlingame Hill, Mary Howe, Frederick Jacobi, Rudolf Kolisch, William Kroll, Charles Martin Loeffler, Marian MacDowell, Gian Francesco Malipiero, Daniel Gregory Mason, Darius Milhaud, Alphonse Onnou, Ildebrando Pizzetti, Sergey Prokofiev, Ottorino Respighi, Wallingford Riegger, Feri Roth, Carlos Salzedo, Alexander Schneider, Arnold Schoenberg, Roger Sessions, David Stanley Smith, Frederick Stock, Ernst Toch, and Willem Willeke. In addition, there is correspondence between Coolidge and various Library of Congress officials, including music division chiefs Carl Engel, Harold Spivacke, Oliver Strunk and Edward N. Waters, and Librarian of Congress Herbert Putnam, concerning the creation and establishment of her foundation and the building of the Coolidge auditorium. There is extensive correspondence concerning various commissions, such as Aaron Copland's Appalachian Spring, in which Coolidge and the Library work out the many details that go into bringing a commission to fruition. The collection also documents Coolidge's other forays into supporting and sponsoring chamber music outside of the Library of Congress, including her creation of the Berkshire Chamber Music Festival, her sponsorship of festivals and concerts abroad, and her involvement in concerts for special events and other occasions. The remaining materials in the collection are available for research and will be incorporated into the finding aid at a later date; these include photographs, scrapbooks, business papers, programs, publicity materials, iconography, realia, clippings and other materials11ocn047015363score0.47Jacobi, FrederickThree songs : (Keats)Musical settingsManuscripts11ocn029581237score19520.47Jacobi, FrederickSerenade for piano and orchestraManuscriptsFri Mar 21 15:54:45 EDT 2014batch29519