Suite for harpsichord, op. 100, inscribed to Ralph Kirkpatrick (published, 1966), in the Kirkpatrick Papers.
Igor Fedorovich Stravinskii (1882-1971)
TLS to Richard Donovan, New York 2 February 1941, 1 p., with address; and 2 TLS to Bruce Simonds, Hollywood [Calif.], 29 November and 11 December 1943, in the YSM Papers.
Lazare Saminsky (1882-1959)
ALS to Lucy Love, 2 October 1921, ALS to Helen Love, n.d., card to Helen Love, 9 October 1921, all in Love Family Papers; ALS to Max Smith, New York City, 7 April 1931, plus 2 ALS to Arthur Toscanini, n.p., 1931, in the T. Max Smith Papers; and 1 box of sheet music, 69 pieces, piano pieces for children published between 1936–41 by contemporary composers, for the Masters of Our Day educational series edited by Saminsky and Isadore Freed.
Leo Ornstein (b. 1895)
Music manuscripts, 1913-present, 18 boxes (additions expected). Composer. Comprises most of the existing holographs of Ornstein's works for voice, piano chamber ensembles, and orchestra; photocopies of several manuscripts deposited at the Library of Congress; a photocopy of F. Martens' book on Ornstein; photographs of Ornstein at different ages; and a tape recording of "Tartar Dance" played by Andrew Imbrie. Also, correspondence to and from the Ornsteins, several programs of Ornstein's concert activity, biographical and critical essays written by Mrs. Ornstein, biographical clippings, and concert reviews. Register. (NUCMC 76–1795)
Leopold Godowsky (1870-1938)
TLS to Helen Love, New York 3 January 1917, in the Love Family Papers.
Moritz Moszkowski (1854-1925)
ALS to Horatio Parker, Paris (1912?), 2 pp., with envelope, in German, typed transcript laid in.
Nina Koshetz (1894-1965)
ALS to Max Smith, New York City, n.d., in the T. Max Smith Papers.
Osip Solomonovich Gabrilovich (1878-1936)
TLS, Detroit, Michigan 3 March 1919, to Horatio Parker, 1 p., with address, concerning performance of Parker's Northern ballad, typewritten copy laid in; telegram, Philadelphia, Pa. 24 February 1931, and 5 TLS, Detroit, Michigan 1926–31, to Max Smith (T. Max Smith Papers); and TLS to Gabrilovich (Gabrilowitsch) from Helen Love, New York 16 February 1917, plus ALS and 14 TLS to Helen Love, 1914–18, from Gabrilovich (Love Family Papers).
Quincy Porter (1897-1966)
Papers, ca. 1921–66, 66 boxes. 6 TLS to him from the American-Soviet Music Society, 1946–47, TLS from him to the Society, 16 April 1947, minutes of a 1946 meeting of the Society, TLS of Serge Koussevitzky, 10 December 1942, plus correspondence listed under American-Soviet Music Society, TLS of Nicolas Slonimsky, 27 October 1961, and 2 ALS, 6 TLS, of Nicolai Lopatnikoff, 1965–66. Register (NUCMC 78–627).
Virgil Thomson (b. 1896)
Papers, over 100 boxes. Composer and music critic. Correspondence and autographed manuscripts. Papers are in process. Among his correspondents were: Serge Koussevitzky, Nikolai Lopatnikoff, Nicolas Nabokov, Fabien Sevitsky, Nicolas Slonimsky, Leopold Stokowski, Igor Stravinskii, Pavlik Tchelitchoff, Alexander Tcherepnin, and Vladimir Ussachevsky. There is also a folder labeled "Soviet music controversy." Abbreviated register.