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Papers, 1787-1959,

Author: F Charles Adler
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence; printed material, including articles, clippings, programs; and phonodiscs.
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Named Person: Ik-tʻae An; George Antheil; Samuel Barber; Jacques Barzun; Edward B Benjamin; Anton Bilotti; Kurt Blaukopf; Theodor Bloomfield; Eugene MacDonald Bonner; Arthur Bosmans; Will Gay Bottje; Max Brand; Alfred Brendel; Charles Wakefield Cadman; Harry James Carman; John Alden Carpenter; Robert Casadesus; Alfredo Casella; Otto Cesana; Abram Chasins; Carlos Chávez; Don Christlieb; Avery Claflin; Claire Coci; Aaron Copland; John Corigliano; Henry Cowell; Oliver Daniel; Norman Dello Joio; Arcady Dubensky; Vernon Duke; Richard Porter Du Page; Alfred Einstein; Albert Elkus; Sara Mae Endich; Lonny Epstein; Alvin Etler; Isadore Freed; Anis Fuleihan; Rudolph Ganz; Vittorio Giannini; Aleksandr Konstantinovich Glazunov; Eugene Goossens; Uta Graf; Lola Granetman; Felix Greissle; Camargo Guarnieri; Felix Guenther; Roy Harris; Walter Hendl; Edward Burlingame Hill; Bronislaw Huberman; Frederick Jacobi; Philip James; Louis Edgar Johns; Werner Josten; Arthur Leon Judson; Rudolf Kolisch; Erich Wolfgang Korngold; Boris Koutzen; Louis Krasner; Ernst Krenek; Efrem Kurtz; Frederic Kurzweil; H C Robbins Landon; Siegmund Last; Benjamin Lees; Paula Lenchner; Ray Lev; Nikolai Lopatnikoff; Otto Luening; Alma Mahler; Mary Makower; Frederick Marvin; Jacques de Menasce; Darius Milhaud; Dimitri Mitropoulos; Douglas Moore; Dika Newlin; Alex North; Ruth Orkin; Naomi Ornest; Rose Pauly; Vincent Persichetti; Frederick Piket; Paul Amadeus Pisk; Guenther Radhuber; Leonard G Ratner; Vittorio Rieti; Artur Rodzinski; Miklós Rózsa; Artur Schnabel; Helen Schnabel; Robert Schollum; Sholom Secunda; Charles Seeger; Roger Sessions; Elie Siegmeister; Leo Sowerby; Carl Stern, (Cellist); William Grant Still; Leopold Stokowski; Heinrich Sutermeister; Deems Taylor; Virgil Thomson; Ernst Toch; Burnet Tuthill; Joseph Wagner; Oskar Walleck; Bruno Walter; Vivian L Werner; Friedrich Wildgans; Monty Woolley; John W Work; John Wummer; Eric Zeisl; Efrem Zimbalist; F Charles Adler; Hannah Moriarta Adler; Perry O'Neil
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: F Charles Adler
OCLC Number: 122609573
Description: 9 linear ft.

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Correspondence; printed material, including articles, clippings, programs; and phonodiscs.

Correspondence includes both incoming and outgoing letters, most of which were generated between 1936 and 1955, with composers, conductors, musicians, and musicologists. Correspondence which is of greatest volume includes that with composers George Antheil, Will Gay Bottje, Charles Wakefield Cadman, Robert Casadesus, Avery Claflin, Henry Cowell, Norman Dello Joio, Arcady Dubensky, Vernon Duke, Isadore Freed, Anis Fuleihan, Vittorio Giannini, Eugene Goossens, Edward Burlingame Hill, Frederick Jacobi, Philip James, Werner Josten, Ernst Krenek, Otto Luening, Jacques de Menasce, Darius Milhaud, Douglas Moore, Paul Amadeus Pisk, Vittorio Rieti, Roger Sessions, Elie Siegmeister, Virgil Thomson, Ernst Toch, Burnet C. Tuthill, John W. Work, and Eric Zeisl; conductors Theodore Bloomfield, Dimitri Mitropoulos, Alex North, and Leopold Stokowski; musicians Claire Coci, John Corigliano, Albert Elkus, Rudolf Kolisch, Boris Koutzen, Louis Krasner, Ray Lev, Eugene List, Carl Stern, and John Wummer; and musicologists Oliver Daniel, Alfred Einstein, and H.C. Robbins Landon. A large part of the correspondence pertains to the organization and development of the Saratoga Spa Music Festival, predecessor of the Saratoga Performing Arts Center seasonal concert series.

The correspondence also contains a substantial number of letters relating to the American Composers Alliance, the American-Soviet Music Society, the Bruckner Society of America, Inc., the Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York, the Saratoga Spa Music Festival, Inc., and the Society for the Publication of American Music, Inc. as well as several music publishers and recording studios, including Am-Rus Edition, Associated Music Publishers, Inc., Boosey and Hawkes, Inc., Elkan-Vogel Co., Carl Fischer, Inc., Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, Leeds Music Corporation, Music News, Inc., Sesac Inc., SPA Records (of which Adler was artistic director), Southern Music Publishing Company, Inc., Unicorn Records, and Vanguard Recording Society.

Writings include those of Adler and his wife, Hannah Moriarta Adler. Memorabilia includes financial material and an assortment of printed items, including clippings, programs, publicity, research material, and reviews. Programs include those relating to Adler's work with the Federal Music Project (1936-1941).

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