Dictionary Catalog of the Music Collection, 20 vols. (Boston: G. K. Hall, 1972).
Aleksandr Tikhonovich Grechaninov (1864-1956)
3 items: "Gimmn Svobodnoi Rossii" [Hymn of Free Russia] for mixed chorus with piano accompaniment. Ms. M.? 1917, 2 pp.; "Kolybel'naia" [Lullaby] for voice and piano. M. 1887. Ms. 2 pp.; "Step'iu idu ia" [Over the Steppe] op. 5 no. 1 [St. Petersburg 1893, i.e., N. Y. 1953] 3 pp.
Dmitrii Dmitrievich Shostakovitch (1906-1975)
[Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk, or Katerina Izmailova. An opera. 4 parts of the original Ms. in vocal score.] Autograph Ms. [Moscow?] 1935. 55–58 pp. Text in Russian.
"Marche russe" for orchestra. Partition. Ms. Paris [187-?], 11 pp.
Henri Wieniawski (1835-1880)
2 items: Danses Bohemienne, for violin with orchestral accompaniment, partition, ms., 30 ff.; Polonaise for violin with orchestral accompaniment, ms., 30 ff.
Henry Peter Kreiner
Typescript: "Russian ballet. Notes for a bibliography." Newark, New Jersey, 1915, 13 pp.
Johann August Alexander Klengel (1783-1852)
4 items: "Air russe." Varied for pianoforte by [J]A. A. Klengel. Ms. [185-?] 10 pp.; Polonaise for pianoforte. Ms. [185-?]. 12 pp.; Ronde for pianoforte. Ms. [185-?] 14 pp.; Rondeau militaire. Ms. [185-?] 11 pp.
Lazare Saminski (1882-1959)
2 items: Littanies [sic] des femmes (for voice and chamber orchestra). Op, ; Partition d'orchestre. [N. Y. 1926], 19 pp. Text of songs in Russian.
Nicolas Slonimsky (b. 1894)
Ca. 12 items. Impressions. La fuite de la lune, words by Oscar Wilde (Boston, 1926), 7 pp.; ms. copy, for voice with piano acc; I owe a debt to a monkey, words by Kathleen Lamb (Boston, 1928), 4 11., ms. in blue, red, and green pencil; Modinha russo-brasileira (Boston? 1942?), holograph, for piano, with a TLS from the dedicatee, 3 p., Marina Fernandez, to Slonimsky laid in; Moto perpetuo, for violin and piano, published volume (1939) autographed by the composer; "Music for junior" (from the Christian Science Monitor, February 1939February 1941), compiled by the library's Music Department (Boston, 1941), 1, 28 pp. in a scrapbook; 3 anti-modernist songs, words from the book Music Since 1900 (1938) by Nicolas Slonimsky, music by Henry Cowell (New York? ), 17 pp., reproduced from ms. copy, cover-title in ms.; My little pool, a song with pianoforte accompaniment, words by Paul S. Nickerson, holograph (Boston 1928), 3 pp.; My toy balloon, variations on a Brazilian tune (Boston? 1942), score, for orchestra, holograph, 20 pp.; the same, reproduced ms., with clippings; My toy balloon, variations on a kindergarten tune, for piano ([Boston] 1942), 4 pp., ms. copy; Four picturesque pieces for ambitious young pianists (Boston, 1930), 4 vols, in 1, ms. copy; Prelude (St. Petersburg? 1914), for the piano, holograph, 4 pp.; and Russian nocturne (Boston, 1943), for the piano, holograph in pencil, 7 pp.