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Papers, 1924-2000.

Author: Jerome Moross
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Correspondence, manuscript music scores, copies of scores, playscripts, scenarios, watercolor drawings and other stage designs, contracts, legal papers, programs, clippings and other printed materials, microfilms, records, tape recordings, and photographs. Among Moross's work are the musical play, "The Golden Apple"(1954), dance music for "Ballet Ballads"(1945) and for "Frankie and Johnny"(1938), the film score for  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Advertisements
Announcements
Audio cassettes
Audio tapes
Charts
Compact disks
Contracts
Design drawings
Drafts (literary)
Financial documents and records
Hymns
Interviews
Librettos
Manuscripts (literary)
Musical scores
Notes
Outlines
Phonograph records
Photographs
Photonegatives
Playbills
Posters
Programs
Reviews
Scores
Scripts
Sheet music
Songs
Tickets
Videocassettes
Watercolor drawings
Watercolor paintings
Piano scores
Named Person: Jimmy Carter; Bruce Catton; Cyril Clemens; Aaron Copland; Norman Corwin; Agnes De Mille; Maurice Evans; Alfred Kreymborg; Henry Mancici; Mary Martin; Henry Miller; Jerome Robbins; Ned Rorem; Randall Thompson; Virgil Thomson; Gore Vidal; Thornton Wilder
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Jerome Moross
OCLC Number: 122514963
Notes: Shelved on Stack 14 in Ranges 31 & 32.
Description: 62 linear ft (ca.7,900 items in 49 boxes & 42 oversize folders).

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Correspondence, manuscript music scores, copies of scores, playscripts, scenarios, watercolor drawings and other stage designs, contracts, legal papers, programs, clippings and other printed materials, microfilms, records, tape recordings, and photographs. Among Moross's work are the musical play, "The Golden Apple"(1954), dance music for "Ballet Ballads"(1945) and for "Frankie and Johnny"(1938), the film score for "The Big Country"(1958) and for "The Cardinal"(1963), and his Symphony No. 1 (1943). There are some financial papers and production records for the staging of his works. Among the cataloged correspondents are Aaron Copland, Agnes George De Mille, Ned Rorem, Virgil Thomson, and Thornton Wilder.

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