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Daily drills and technical studies : for trumpet : printed editions and manuscript copies, 1930-197?

Author: Max Schlossberg; Harry Freistadt; Naomi Freistadt
Edition/Format:   Musical score : Studies & exercises, etudes : Manuscript   Archival Material : No Linguistic Content
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Schlossberg Manuscript Collection--description provided by Naomi Freistadt. A word about the collection of music is in order. The publisher's photo proofs consist of 61 pages on black photographic paper (10 1/2 x 13 1/2 in) with white notation which is identical to the published book. There are 3 additional pages of introduction also identical to the material in the published book. According to Ms. Freistadt, the
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Named Person: Max Schlossberg
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Musical Score, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Max Schlossberg; Harry Freistadt; Naomi Freistadt
OCLC Number: 341769729
Notes: 5 editions of printed music, and miscellaneous music manuscripts.
Description: 1 box (10 folders) ; 32 x 40 x 13 cm.
Contents: Folder 1. Daily drills and technical studies : for trumpet / Max Schlossberg ; edited by Harry Freistadt. New York City : J.F. Hill & Co., c1937. [ii] p., 59 p. of music ; 31 cm. First edition. Introductory notes by Max Schlossberg. Without Freistadt introduction. Includes corrections in pencil. Folder 2. Daily drills and technical studies : for trumpet / Max Schlossberg. New York, N.Y. : M. Baron, Co., [c1941?]. [iv] p., 59 p. of music ; 31 cm. Introductory notes by Max Schlossberg. Without Freistadt introduction. Folder 3. Daily drills and technical studies : for trumpet / Max Schlossberg. New York : M. Baron Co., c1937, copyright assigned 1938 to M. Baron Inc., New York, copyright assigned 1941 to M. Baron Co., New York. [iv] p., 58 p. of music, [2] p. of advertising ; 31 cm. Introductory notes by Max Schlossberg, preceded by Notes on the Schlossberg method : from Symphony October, 1948 / by Harry Freistadt (1 prelim. p.). Cover title. Folder 4. Daily drills and technical studies : for trumpet / Max Schlossberg. New York : M. Baron Co., c1937, copyright assigned 1938 to M. Baron Inc., New York, copyright assigned 1941 to M. Baron Co., New York, copyright renewed 1965 by M. Baron Co., New York. [iv] p., 58 p. of music, [2] p. of advertising ; 31 cm. Introductory notes by Max Schlossberg, preceded by Notes on the Schlossberg method : from Symphony, October, 1948 / by Harry Freistadt (1 prelim. p.). Cover title. Folder 5. Daily drills and technical studies for trumpet / Max Schlossberg. [Oyster Bay, NY] : M. Baron Co., Inc., [197-?] c.1937 J.F. Hill & Co., copyright assigned 1938 to M. Baron, Inc., New York, copyright assigned 1941 to M. Baron Co., New York, copyright renewed 1965 by M. Baron Co., New York. [vi] p., 58 p. of music, [5] p. of advertising. Introductory notes by Max Schlossberg, preceded by Notes on the Schlossberg method : from Symphony, October 1948 / by Harry Freistadt. Folder 6. Negative photocopy of manuscript. 61 leaves ; 35 cm. Corresponds to the drills published in the first edition. Publisher's manuscript. Folder 7. Daily drills. 17 p. of ms. music ; 28 cm. 49 hand-written exercises which are identical to the exercises published in Daily Drills. The now missing Balay etude is in this booklet (#49-it is #156 in the pre-1941 editions). Folder 8. 90 pages of hand-written exercises, mostly in pencil, 60 of which are signed by Schlossberg. Folder 9. 37 photocopies of hand-written notation: 28 (7 x 10 inches), 3 (7 1/2 x 9 1/2), 3 (8 3/4 x 12), 2 (6 3/4 x 10 1/2), and one (9 1/2 x 8). These photo prints are consistent with the notational style of the other manuscript examples. Earliest date noted: Nov. 21, 1930. Folder 10. Description of collection provided by Naomi Freistadt. 1 p. ; 28 cm.
Other Titles: Daily drills and technical studies,
Responsibility: Max Schlossberg.

Abstract:

Schlossberg Manuscript Collection--description provided by Naomi Freistadt. A word about the collection of music is in order. The publisher's photo proofs consist of 61 pages on black photographic paper (10 1/2 x 13 1/2 in) with white notation which is identical to the published book. There are 3 additional pages of introduction also identical to the material in the published book. According to Ms. Freistadt, the hand-written music notation of these proofs is not in her father's hand but quite probably in that of a professional music copyist or possibly in the hand of Kalman "Charles" Schlossberg, Max Schlossberg's son.

Also in the collection are 90 pages of hand-written exercises, mostly in pencil, 60 of which are signed by Schlossberg. With a few exceptions, the notational style is consistent throughout. 66 pages are 6 3/4 x 10 1/2 inches, one is 6 3/4 x 7 1/2 inches, and there are 16 additional pages cut into various sizes, one of which is simply a paper with the notes C, E, G, C, D, C, and is in a notational hand not consistent with the other examples. Most of the manuscript exercises are pasted onto a standard notepad backing. In addition to the 90 pages of hand-written exercises are 37 photo prints of hand-written notation: 28 (7 x 10 inches), 3 (7 1/2 x 9 1/2), 3 (8 3/4 x 12), 2 (6 3/4 x 10 1/2), and one (9 1/2 x 8). These photo prints are consistent with the notational style of the other manuscript examples. While most of the hand-written exercises have some sort of numbering, they do not have any relationship with the numbering of the exercises in the published book. In addition to the above-mentioned material is a 17 page (6 1/2 x 10 inches) booklet titled Daily Drills. There are 49 hand-written exercises which are identical to the exercises published in Daily Drills. At first glance, the notation in the booklet appears slightly different from the individual manuscripts due to the use of a black pen as opposed to pencil; perhaps the booklet was written with a bit more care. However, on closer examination it is clear that the notational hand is the same as that of the Schlossberg manuscripts. The now missing Balay etude is in this booklet (#156 in the pre-1941 editions). There are also 4 pages of what appears to be part of a booklet that might be in a hand other than Schlossberg's.

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