|提及的人：||Paul Herman Buck; Carlos Chávez; Huntington Cairns; Paul Hindemith; Bohuslav Martinů; Olga Samaroff Stokowski; A Tillman Merritt; Edgar Wind; Archibald T Davison; Virgil Thomson; Otto Kinkeldey; Paul Henry Lang; Richard F French; Aaron Copland; Gian Francesco Malipiero; William Schuman; Walter Piston; Arnold Schoenberg; James Bryant Conant; Alfred V Frankenstein; Olin Downes; Robert Shaw; Martha Graham|
Music and Criticism: A Symposium (Cambridge: Harvard University Press; E M Forster; Roger Sessions; Mrs A W Erikson; John Nicolas Brown; Harvard University. Department of Music.; Library of Congress. Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation.; Harvard University. Nieman Foundation.
|注意：||The Symposium on Music Criticism, held at Harvard University on May 1-3, 1947, gathered an audience of over 800, including "critics, teachers, representatives of radio and motion picture companies, book publishers, performing artists and composers." (E. Forbes, p. 104) The stated aim of the conference was "to initiate a fundamental re-examination of the principles of music criticism and a discussion of critical problems which have been brought into prominence by conditions in modern society." Papers were read by E.M. Forster, Roger Sessions, Edgar Wind, Olga Samaroff, Virgil Thomson, Otto Kinkeldy, Paul Henry Lang, and Huntington Cairns. These papers were subsequently published in the volume Music and Criticism: A Symposium, edited by Richard F. French.
Several compositions were commissioned for the event and received their premieres. The Walden String Quartet premiered Piston's Quartet, no. 3, Schoenberg's String Trio, op. 45, and Martinu's Quartet, no. 6. Robert Shaw's Collegiate Chorale premiered Hindemith's Apparebit Repentina Dies, Malipiero's La Terra, and Copland's In the Beginning. The Martha Graham Dance Company premiered William Schuman's Night Journey and presented Carlos Chavez's Dark Meadow (not a premiere).
The conference was supported by the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation in the Library of Congress, the Nieman Foundation, Mrs. A.W. Erikson, and Mr. and Mrs. John Nicolas Brown.
Box 1 contains 24 folders of correspondence with symposium participants, commissioned composers, performers, and donors; press releases; journal and newspaper reviews; schedules; receipts. Box 2 contains 17 folders of correspondence with symposium invited and other attendees. Invitees included college and university music faculty members, music critics, and journalists.
- Buck, Paul Herman, -- 1899-1978.
- Chávez, Carlos, -- 1899-1978. -- Hija de Cólquide.
- Cairns, Huntington, -- 1904-1985.
- Martha Graham Dance Company.
- Collegiate Chorale.
- Walden String Quartet (Urbana, Ill.)
- Hindemith, Paul, -- 1895-1963. -- Apparebit repentina dies.
- Martinů, Bohuslav, -- 1890-1959. -- Quartets, -- violins (2), viola, cello, -- no. 6.
- Samaroff Stokowski, Olga, -- 1882-1948.
- Merritt, A. Tillman -- (Arthur Tillman)
- Wind, Edgar, -- 1900-1971.
- Davison, Archibald T. -- (Archibald Thompson), -- 1883-1961.
- Thomson, Virgil, -- 1896-1989.
- Kinkeldey, Otto, -- 1878-1966.
- Lang, Paul Henry, -- 1901-1991.
- French, Richard F. -- (Richard Frederic), -- 1915-2001.
- Copland, Aaron, -- 1900-1990. -- In the beginning.
- Malipiero, Gian Francesco, -- 1882-1973. -- Terra.
- Schuman, William, -- 1910-1992. -- Night journey.
- Piston, Walter, -- 1894-1976. -- Quartets, -- violins (2), viola, cello, -- no. 3.
- Schoenberg, Arnold, -- 1874-1951. -- Trios, -- strings, -- op. 45.
- Conant, James Bryant, -- 1893-1978.
- Frankenstein, Alfred V. -- (Alfred Victor), -- 1906-1981.
- Downes, Olin, -- 1886-1955.
- Musical criticism.
- Shaw, Robert, -- 1916-1999.
- Graham, Martha.