Schoenberg, Gertrud, 1898-1967

Collection, 1908-1977: 47 boxes (24.2 linear feet (ca. 13,323 items + 6.5 linear feet realia + 3.5 linear feet of financial records)) + 0.1 linear feet of oversize

Gertrud Schoenberg (née Kolisch)–wife (1924-1951) of Arnold Schoenberg and sister of the violinist Rudolf Kolisch (1896-1978). She founded Belmont Music Publishers. Gertrud was instrumental in arranging the world premieres of Schoenberg's Die Jakobsleiter and Moses und Aron.


Contents

Finding aid

Inventory (467 leaves)

Advertisements – 9 items (1928-1966)
1. B. Schott's Söhne for: Arnold Schoenberg. Die formbildenden Tendenzen der Harmonie. Mainz: B. Schott's Söhne, [after 1957].
2 B. Schott's Söhne for: Ars-Viva Verlag publications, [Germany, s.d.].
3. "Kennels, live stock: Dogs, horses" The Spur (1 May 192f8): 29-30.
4. Remington Rand Systems for: Microfilm reader-printer, New York, [s.d.].
5. Roto-rooter for: clogged sewers and drains, Los Angeles, [s.d.].
6. Sony Corporation of America for: Sony micro TV, Los Angeles, [1963?].
7. Thunderbird Aviation for: flying lessons, Van Nuys, CA, 1966.
8. Nathan Van Patten for: his Catalogue of the memorial library of music, Stanford University. Stanford, CA: Stanford University, 1950.

Arnold Schönberg Gesamtausgabe – ca. 22 items (ca. 1964)
1. Microfilming – ca. 8 items (s.d.)
2. Planning and establishment documents – 11 items (ca. 1964)
3. Volume 1 texts – 3 items (s.d.)

Arnold Schoenberg Institute planning (9 leaves)

Articles, clippings, reprints, offprints, prepublication galleys, etc.– 699 items (1908-1968)

Bound offprints – 11 items (1908-1966)
1. Adorno, Theodor W. "Arnold Schönberg: 1874-1951." In Die grossen Deutschen, edited by Hermann Heimpel, Theodor Heuss, and Benno Reifenberg, pp. 508-523. Berlin: Im Propyläen-Verlag, [1957?]. – With dedication to GS from Adorno.
2. Adorno, Theodor W. "Arnold Schönberg: 1874-1951." Die Neue Rundschau 64/1 ([s.d.]): 25pp.
3. Adorno, Theodor W. "Über das Gegenwärtige Verhältnis von Philosophie und Musik."In Archivio di filosofia: organo dell'Istituto di studi filosofici, edited by Enrico Castelli, pp. 5-30. Rome: Stabilimento Tipografico l'Alveare, 1953. – Includes "Del presente rapporto tra filosofia e musica" 31-45.
4. Chavez, Carlos. "Canto y melodia el dodecafonismo en Mexico" Memoria de el Colegio Nacional 23 (1954): 65-73.
5. Frankenstein, Alfred. "A Memorial Library of Music at Stanford University" San Francisco Chronicle (1 July 1951): [5pp.].
6. Kerner, Dieter. "Mozart als Patient." Materia Medica Nordmark 9/1 (Jan. 1957): [11pp.].
7. Kolisch, Dr. "Grundzüge der diätetischen Behandlung des schweren Diabetes." Zeitschrift für physikalische und diätetische Therapie 12 (1908-09): 46pp.
8. Kortsen, Bjarne. "Arnold Schönberg: far til musikken i det 20. hundreåret." Saerprent av Syn og Segn 8 (1966): 10pp.
9. Marx, Rudolph. "Billroth and Brahms." Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics 100/121-125 (Jan. 1955): 5pp.
10. Reich, Willi. "Versuch einer Geschichte der Zwölftonmusik." In Alte und Neue Musik, pp. 106-132. Zürich: Atlantis Verlag, 1952.
11. Stuckenschmidt, Hans Heinz. "Schönberg." In Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart, edited by Friedrich Blume, pp. 18-26. Kassel: Bärenreiter, 1964?. – Annotated.

Events – 569 items (1912-1967)
1912 Jan. (Exhibit): Neukunst (Budapest) – 1 item
1922 Nov. 30 (Concert): Op. 21 (Winterthur) – 1 item
1930 July 6 (Concert): Opp. 17, 18 (Berlin) – 1 item
1949 Feb. 6 (Concert): Op. 42; Bach 2 Chorale preludes arr. (Berlin) – 2 items
1949 Sept. 13 (Birthday) – 1 item
1951? (Concert): Op. 36 (London) – 1 item
1951 July 2 (Concert): "Tanz um das goldene Kalb" (from Moses und Aron, Act II, scene 3) (Darmstadt) – 1 item
1951 July 13 (Death of Arnold Schoenberg) – 23 items
1951 Aug. 18 (Concert): Op. 4 (Aspen) – 1 item
1951 Nov.? (Concert): Op. 31 (Vienna) – 1 item
1951 Nov. 15 (Concert): Op. 17; Bach 2 Chorale preludes arr. (New York) – 2 items
1952? (Concert): Op. 9 (Glasgow) – 2 items
1952 (Concert): Op. 34 (Köln) – 1 item 1952 (Concert): Gurrelieder (Vienna) – 1 item 1952 Jan. (Concert): Op. 17; Gurrelieder (London?) – 3 items
1952 May 20 (Concert): Op. 17 (Paris) – 2 items
1952 Sept. 15 (Concert): Opp. 10, 11, 15, 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 37, 41; 3 songs (Los Angeles) – 1 item
1952 Nov. 14 (Concert): Op. 9b (Edinburgh) – 1 item
1953?: Schoenberg bust given to Montreal museum – 1 item
1953? (Concert): Op. 18 (Paris) – 3 items
1953 (Concert): Op. 5 (New York) – 1 item
1953 (Concert): Opp. 7, 10, 30, 37, 41a, 45 (Venice) – 1 item
1953 (Concert): Op. 9 (Edinburgh) – 1 item
1954 (Concert): Op. 17 (Hamburg) – 1 item
1954 Jan. 19 (Concert): Op. 34 (New York) – 1 item
1954 Mar. 12 (Concert): Moses und Aron (Hamburg) – 199 items
1954 Sept. (Tape concert): Moses und Aron (Los Angeles) – 3 items
1954 Nov. 25 (Concert): Op. 4 (New York) – 1 item
1955 Aug. 8 (Marriage): Nuria Schoenberg & Luigi Nono (Venice) – 4 items
1956 May 15 (Concert): Opp. 8, 43, 50b (Los Angeles) – 1 item
1956 May 29 (Concert): Opp. 44, 50c (Köln) – 8 items
1957 June (Concert): Moses und Aron (Zurich) – 7 items
1957 June 22 (Concert): Op. 21 (Vienna) – 1 item
1957 Oct. 20 (Concert, non-Schoenberg): Nono's Varianti premiere – 1 item
1957 Nov. 8 (Concert): Op. 50c (New York) – 3 items
1958 Jan. 12-13 (Concert): Neuen Werk (Hamburg) – 44 items
1959 Oct. 4 (Concert): Moses und Aron (Berlin) – 35 items
1959 Nov. 25? (Concert): Op. 27 (Köln) – 11 items
1960 (Concert): Op. 24 (Vienna) – 1 item
1960 (Concert): Gurrelieder (Vienna) – 1 item
1960 Apr. 29 (Concert): Op. 36 (Glasgow);
1960 Apr. (Concert): Op. 17 (London) – 1 item
1960 Oct. 13-14 (Concert): Moses und Aron (Vienna) – 45 items
1960 Oct. 14- (Concert): Moses und Aron (Berlin) – 1 item
1961 (Concert): Moses und Aron (Paris) – 1 item
1961 June 16 (Concert): Jakobsleiter (Vienna);
1960 (Concert): Gurrelieder (Vienna) – 5 items
1961 Aug. (Concert): Gurrelieder, etc. (Edinburgh) – 2 items
1962 May (Concert): Op. 21 (New York) – 1 item
1962 July (Concert): Moses und Aron (Munich) – 3 items
1962 Oct. 2-12 (Concert): Jakobsleiter (Berlin, Munich, Milan, Zurich) – 61 items
1963 Jan. 27 (Concert): Opp. 17, 18, 32 (Hannover) – 1 item
1963 Feb. 28 (Concert): Opp. 9, 29 (Paris) – 1 item
1963 Nov. 13 (Concert): Op. 32 (London) – 2 items
1963 Nov. 28? (Concert): Op. 16 (Berlin?) – 1 item
1964 Jan. 12? (Concert): Canons (Berlin) – 4 items
1964 Feb. 29 - Mar. 1 (Concert): Op. 16 (Vienna) – 1 item
1964 May 30,
1964 June 3 (Concert): Op. 18 (Florence) – 2 items
1964 Aug. 8 (Concert): Op. 9 (Marlboro) – 2 items
1964 Nov. 4 (Concert): Op. 36 (Berlin) – 6 items
1965 June 14 (Concert): Opp. 17, 18, 32 (Vienna) – 15 items
1965 June 28 (Concert): Moses und Aron (London) – 26 items
1965 July? (Concert): Moses und Aron (London) – 1 item
1965 Oct. 15 (Concert): Op. 5 (Pittsburgh) – 2 items
1966 Mar. (Concert): Gurrelieder (Rome) – 1 item
1966 Mar. 20? (Lecture): Rufer. "Schönberg als Maler" (Berlin) – 1 item
1966 Nov. 30 (Concert): Moses und Aron (Boston) – 2 items
1967 Feb. 14 (Death of Gertrud Schoenberg) – 5 items
1967 Feb. 19- (Broadcast): Opp. 36, 42; Violoncello concerto; String quartet concerto (London) – 1 item
s.d. (Concert): Op. 4 (Krakow); Op. 42 (Berlin); Op. 47 (London) – 1 item

Miscellaneous – 47 items (1909-1968)
1. Adorno. "Neue Musik heute: zum Stand des Komponierens" (1956)
2. Bernheimer. "Hermann Scherchen: pursuer of elusive musical truth" (1966)
3. Broesike-Schoenb. "Der moderne Klavierauszug" (1923)
4. Carpentier. "Presencia de un compositor" (1954)
5. E.V.F. "Los conciertos sinfónicos de 1954 a través de la estadistica" (1954)
6. Eisler. "Arnold Schönberg" (1955)
7. Eisler. "Bertolt Brecht und die Musik" (1957)
8. Fromm. "Composers on composers" (1960)
9. Goldschmidt. "Schönberg-Zyklus im Britischen Rundfunk" (1952)
10. Grunfeld. "Arnold Schoenberg: Socrates in exile" (1965)
11. Heyworth. "Nono's love song" (1956)
12. Hofhuizen. "Lawrence A. Schönberg-zoon" (1968)
13. Huneker. "Schoenberg, musical anarchist, who has upset Europe" (1913)
14. Kerner. "Mozarts letzte Kantate" (s.d.)
15. Kirsch. "Probing camera unmasks subjects" (1962?)
16. n.d. "Wir haben's ja" (1961)
17. Nono. "'Incontri' sind Begegnungen" (after 1955)
18. P.R.R. "Automatic landing developments" (1958)
19. Russell. "A manifold Moses: some notes on Schoenberg and Kandinsky" (1966) 20. Sangiorgi. "Ricordo di Arnold Schoenberg il geniale rivoluzionario" (1951?) 21.Schoenberg. "Aphorismen" (1909)
22. Schoenberg. "Música y moralidad" (1949)
23. Sessions. "Arnold Schönberg in den USA" (1953)
24. Skulsky. "Arnold Schönberg" (1951)
25. Smith. "Electronic home: a shocking peep into the future" (1966)
26. Steiner. "Arnold Schönberg: an unknown correspondence" (1965)
27. Steiner. "'Einer hat es müssen–so habe ich mich hergegeben': Schönbergs Briefwechsel mit seinem Vetter Nachod" (1964)
28. Steiner. "'Romance, opus 1, par Arnaude Schönberg': eine Mitteilung über bisher unbekannte Jugendwerke des großen Komponisten" (1964)
29. Steiner. "Schoenberg's early manuscripts" (1965)
30. Steiner. "Schoenberg's letters to his cousin" (1965)
31. Stephan. "Warum ist die neue Musik so schwer verständlich?" (1957)
32. Stuckenschmidt. "Luft an anderem Planeten: notizen über Arnold Schönberg" (1964)
33. Zillig. "'So kam ich zur Kunst': Erinnerungen an Winfried Zillig" (1964)
34. "Concert series postponed as conductor hurt in fall" (1951?)
35. "A fiddler's album" (1950)
36. "Knowland views" (s.d.)
37. "Neue Musik in den Konzertprogrammen 1956/57" (1956)
38. "Notre Dame tennis squad rips Western" (1958)
39. "Pekinese: game to the point of folly"... (196-?)
40. "'Die Reihe': mit gemischten Vorgefühlen" (1960?)
41. "Schnappschuß von Kranichsteiner Ferienkurse" (1956?)
42. "Stravinsky in Israel" (s.d.)
43. "They [Kolisch Quartet] play chamber music" (1944)
44. "Verleihung von Schönbergmedaillen" (1952)
45. "Welcome for civic heads" (1961?)
46. "Yet in several states"... (1966)
47. from Der Merker (1911)

Prepublication galleys, etc.– 19 items (1951?-1967)
1. [?] Adorno, Theodor Wiesengrund. "Entwurf von TWA": [1p.] (carbon typescript).
2. Adorno, Theodor Wiesengrund. "Winfried Zillig: Möglichkeit und Wirklichkeit": 11pp. (carbon typescript).
3. Antheil, George. "Arnold Schoenberg": 10pp. (carbon typescript).
4. de la Vega, Aurelio. "Catalogue of Arnold Schoenberg's completed and published musical works." (1966): [4pp.] (ditto copy).
5. de la Vega, Aurelio. "Paralell[s] between Schönberg and Stravinsky." (1966): 3pp. (ditto copy).
6. Eisler, Hanns. "Mein Lehrer Arnold Schönberg": [3pp.] (typescript).
7. Gerhard, Roberto. "Letters of Webern and Schoenberg (to Roberto Gerhard)." The score 24 (Nov. 1958): 36-41 – 2pp. only.
8. H[?]. "...musicians letters..." (1965?): [5pp.].
9. Kolisch, Rudolf. "Vorwort." Moderne Psalmen von Arnold Schoenberg. Mainz: B. Schott's Söhne, 1956. p. [4]. – 2pp. (carbon typescript).
10. "Madame Schoenberg." (1965?): 5pp. (carbon typescript).
11. Mander, Cyrian. "Tante Therese: Zwei Akte aus der Gegenwart": 23pp. (photocopy).
12. Rufer, Josef. "Die Zwölftonreihe: Träger einer neuen Tonalität": 6pp. (carbon typescript).
13. Schoenberg, Arnold. "New Music, Outmoded Music." Style and Idea. New York: Philosophical Library, [n.d.]: 7-9 (4p.).
14. Schoenberg, Gertrud. "For the record." New York: Columbia Records (M2L 336), 1966. – Various typescripts, drafts, galleys.
15. Stein, Erwin. "Vorwort." Arnold Schoenberg Briefe. Mainz: B. Schott's Söhne, 1958. p. 7-10. – 3pp. (carbon typescript).
16. Strang, Gerald. "Synopsis." In: Arnold Schoenberg. Fundamentals of Musical Composition. London: Faber and Faber, 1967. p. v-xiv. – 3pp. (carbon typescript).
17. Yates, Peter. "An exhibition of paintings by Arnold Schoenberg." Arts and architecture[?] (1963?): [4pp.] (carbon typescript).
18. Zillig, Winfried. "Vorwort des Herausgebers" [on Moses und Aron]. – 7pp. (carbon typescript).
19. "Zum Tode Arnold Schoenbergs": [2pp.] (typescript).

Reviews – 44 items (1949?-1965)
Book: Schoenberg's Briefe (1958) – 3 items
Book: Schoenberg's Letters (1965) – 16 items
Book: Schoenberg's Schöpferische Konfessionen (1964) – 2 items
Book: Schoenberg's Style and idea (1950) – 11 items
Music: Op. 47 (Peters, 1952) – 2 items
Recordings: Columbia K3L-241 (1958) – 2 items
Recordings: Columbia M2L 279 (1963) – 2 items
Recordings: Columbia M2L 294 (1963) – 3 items
Recordings: Columbia M2L 309 (1965) – 1 item
Recordings: Columbia ML-5099 (1956) – 1 item
Recordings: Esoteric ES 501 (1949?) – 1 item

Art exhibit catalogs – 12 items (1925-1963)
1. Alpatov, M.B. Andrei Rublev. Moscow: Gosudarstvennoe Izdatel'stvo Iskusstvo, 1959.
2. L'art Dopo il 1945. Milan: Edito da "Il Saggiatore", [after? 1956].
3. Austrian expressionists: watercolors, drawings, prints. New York, NY: Galerie St. Etienne, 6-25 Jan. 1964; Sarasota, FL: Sarasota Art Association, Civic Center, 2-14 Feb. 1964; Fort Worth, TX: Fort Worth Art Center, Mar. 1964.
4. Bernhard Hoetger, Bildhauer. Von Georg Biermann, et al. Bremen: Angelsachsenverlag, 1930.
5. Bernhard Sopher (Düsseldorf) Plastik. Berlin: Galerie Rudolf Wiltschek, 12-31 Oct. 1925.
6. Der blaue Reiter [fragment from 131-plus page edition, 30 cm.]. – 15 leaves only (copy 1), 3 leaves only (copy 2).
7. The Blue rider group: an exhibition sponsored by the Edinburgh Festival Society and arranged jointly with the Royal Scottis Academy and the Arts Council of Great Britain. Edinburgh: The Royal Scottish Academy, 1960.
8. Drevnerusskaia shchivopis' v sovranii gosudarstvennoi tret'iakovskoi galerei. Moscow: Izogiz, 1963.
9. Hans Jaenisch: his Fuguetts and Formations, watercolors on linen. New York, NY: Leonard Hutton Galleries, 10-31 Jan. 1963.
10. Sculpture by André Derain (1880-1954). New York, NY: Leonard Hutton Galleries, Dec. 1962.
11. Szittya, Emil. Hoetger. Paris: Editions "La Zone", [s.d.].
12. "War mothers": sculpture by Bernhard Sopher. New York, NY: Associated American Artists, 23 Feb. - 8 Mar. 1943.

Atlases & maps – 3 items (1909-1959)
1. Atlas of the classical world. Edited by A.A.M. van der Heyden & H.H. Scullard. London: Thomas Nelson and Sons, Ltd., c1959.
2. Kozenns Geographischer Atlas für Mittelschulen (Gymnasien, Realschulen, Kommerzielle und Verwandte Lehranstalten). Vollständig neu Bearbeitet von F. Heiderich & W. Schmidt. Vienna: Ed. Hölzel, 1909.
3. Metropolitan Los Angeles and freeway system. Los Angeles, CA: Automobile Club of Southern California, [s.d.].

Books General – 30 items (1916-1967)
1. Adorno, Theodor W. Moments musicaux: neu gedruckte Aufsätze 1928-1962. Edition Suhrkamp 54. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp Verlag, c1964.
2. Air Express memorandum: schedule of rates between Los Angeles, Hollywood, California and points in section 1. Los Angeles: REA Express, July 1963.
3. Answers to questions about insurance of savings accounts. Washington, DC: Federal Home Loan Bank Board, Sept. 1967.
4. Arnold Schoenberg opus 26: Quintette pour instruments a vent... Ensemble Instrumental a vent de Paris. [Paris: Critère, 1961?].
5. Arnold Schönberg zum 60. Geburtstag, 13. September 1934. Vienna: Universal-Edition, 1934.
6. Asociacion Interamericana de Musica (A.I.M.). Actas, asambleas. Copia fotostatica reducida, [s.d.].
7. Catalogue of valuable printed books, autographs and manuscripts... which will be sold at Auction by Christie, Manson & Woods, Ltd... on Wednesday, July 22, 1964... London: Lewis & Jordan, Ltd., 1964.
8. Copyright law of the United States of America. Bulletin no. 14. Washington, DC: Copyright Office, the Library of Congress, 1948.
9. Copyright law of the United States of America, being the act of March 4, 1909, as amended, together with rules for practice and procedure. Bulletin no. 14. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1942.
10. Forte, Allen. Contemporary tone-structures. New York, NY: Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1955.
11. Gedichte aus der neuen Welt: Amerikanische Lyrik seit 1910. Eingeleitet und übertragen von Kurt Heinrich Hansen. Munich: R. Piper & Co. Verlag, c1956.
12. Goléa, Antoine. Esthétique de la musique contemporaine. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1954.
13. Goléa, Antoine. Rencontres avec Pierre Boulez avec trois hors-texte. Paris: Rene Julliard, c1958.
14. Hennings, Fred. Ringstrassen Symphonie. 2. Satz: 1870-1884. Es war sehr schön, es hat mich sehr gefreut. Vienna: Verlag Herold, c1963.
15. Hertz, Richard. A western view of Zen. [s.l.]: [s.n.]: [s.d.].
16. Joachim, Jirí. The Carlsbad cure. Prague: Czechoslovak Medical Publishing Comp., [s.d.].
17. A key to better typing. New York, NY: IBM, Electric Typewriter Division, c1959.
18. Library of Congress sesquicentenniel exhibit, April 24, 1950: catalog of the exhibit commemorating the 150th anniversary of its establishment. Washington, DC: United States Government Printing Office, 1950.
19. The mass on the day of marriage. St. Paul, MN: The Leaflet Missal, c1965.
20. Mayorga, A. The Pan American: a foundation course in spoken Spanish. West Hollywood, CA: the author, c1943.
21. Der Musikverlag B. Schott's Söhne Mainz. Mainz: B. Schott's Söhne, 1954?
22. Nef, John U. Cultural foundations of industrial civilization. New York, NY: Harper & Brothers, 1960.
23. 1973 general session of the California state legislature: new statutes affecting the criminal law, report of the Assembly committee on criminal justice. [Sacramento, CA: State of California, s.d.].
24. Professional mixing guide: the accredited list of recognized and accepted standard formulas for mixed drinks. New York, NY: Angostura-Wuppermann Corp., c1958.
25. Schmid, Hugo. Heerwesen: 2. Teil. Österreich-Ungarn. Lehr- und Fernbehelf für Militär-Erziehungs- und Bildungsanstalten sowie Instruktionsbuch für Referbeoffiziersschulen, dann für das Selbststudium. 4 Auflage. Vienna: Selbstverlag Hugo Schmid, 1916. – Cover only.
26. Schoenberg, Arnold. Style and idea. New York, NY: Philosophical Library, 1950. – Dust jacket only.
27. Spinner, Leopold. A short introduction to the technique of twelve-tone composition: music examples. London: Hawkes & Son, Ltd., c1960.
28. Vötterle, Karl. Haus unterm Stern: über Entstehen, Zerstörung und Wiederaufbau des Bärenreiter-Werkes. Kassel: Bärenreiter, 1963.
29. Waters, Edward N. The Library of Congress Music Division, the Gertrude Clarke Whittall Foundation: Autograph musical scores and autograph letters in The Whittall Foundation Collection. Washington, DC: Library of Congress, 1951.
30. Your insured deposit. Washington, DC: Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., Sept. 1967.

Publisher's catalogs (Schoenberg) – 8 items (1958-1960)
1. Arnold Schoenberg. Vienna: Universal Edition, Nov. 1960. – 9 copies.
2. Arnold Schoenberg. Los Angeles, CA: Belmont Music Publishers, [after May 1966].
3. Einladung zur Subskription Arnold Schönberg Sämtliche Werke. Mainz: B. Schott's Söhne; Vienna: Universal Edition, [s.d.]. – 3 copies.
4. An invitation to subscribe to a monumental musical publication: the complete works of Arnold Schoenberg. New York, NY: G. Schirmer, [s.d.]. – 2 copies.
5. Schriften von Arnold Schoenberg. Mainz: B. Schott's Söhne; Vienna; Universal Edition, [after? 1958].
6. [Unidentified, includes: opp. 13, 39, 46, 50c, Moses und Aron]. – Fragment.
7. [Unidentified, includes: op. 32, Moses und Aron]. – Fragment.
8. [Universal Edition, clippings from the catalog, s.d.].

Publisher's catalogs (non-Schoenberg & mixed) – 10 items (1951-1967)
1. Boris Blacher: Werkverzeichnis 1962. Berlin: Bote & Bock, June 1962.
2. Dodekaphonische, serielle, elektronische, stabile-mobile, musikalische grafik Musik Katalog. Vienna: Universal Edition, [after? 1960].
3. [Ernest Benn publications, 1953]. – Pages 7-8 only.
4. Für Freunde der Musik, des Theaters, und der Kunst. Munich: Langen-Müller, [1957?].
5. Musica Antiqua Batava series; International contemporary series. Hillsdale, NY: Boelke-Bomart, [1957].
6. Philharmonia and Universal Edition pocket scores. London: Alfred A. Kalmus, Ltd., 1960.
7. [Philosophical Library publications, 1951]. – Pages 43-44 only.
8. Studio-Reihe neuer Musik. Baden-Baden: Wergo, 1967.
9. [Universal Edition?, s.d.]. – Pages 65-66, 69-70, 73-74, 77-78 only.
10. Winfried Zillig. Kassel: Bärenreiter-Verlag, [after? 1959].

Correspondence (A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, Y, Z, Unidentified) – 11,034 items (1909-1977)

"A" correspondence – 1,186 items (1927-1968)
General (1 item each): Webster A. (1959), ACA (1953), Robert D.W. Adams (1944), Palzzo Agnello-Siculiana (Grigento) (1961), Akademie für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Wien (1966), Lily Alcsuti-Pàsztory (1951), Peter Aldor (1961), Alanti's (1927), American Book Company (1966), American Institute of Accountants (1951), American Musicological Society (1952), American National Ballet Theatre (1951), American Stationery Company (1955), Amre (1956), Amsterdamsche Bank N.V. (1955), Emilio Annabianca (1967), Appleton-Century-Crofts (1966), Archiv für Kunst und Geschichte (1967), Edith & Walter Arlen (1967), Leonard Aronowitz (1965), Ars Polona (1960), Ateneo de Caracas (1954)
Accademia Filarmonica Romana – 10 items (1960-1966)
Addademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia – 6 items (1951-1953)
Marie Achron – 3 items (1951-1953)
Disques Adès – 4 items (1962-1964)
Theodor Wiesengrund & Gretel Adorno – 26 items (1954-1965)
Agence pour la Location de Matérials d'Opéras et d'Opérettes (ALMO) – 6 items (1962-1963)
Akademie der Künste – 33 items (1933-1961)
Aldeburgh Festival – 2 items (1961)
American Broadcasting Company (ABC) – 4 items (1966)
American Choral Foundation – 4 items (1966)
American Consulate – 4 items (1952-1955)
American Embassy – 4 items (1953-1956)
American Federation of Musicians – 6 items (1951)
American Jewish Committee – 3 items (1966)
American League of Authors and Composers from Austria (ALACA) – 130 items (1951-1968)
American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) – 377 items (1939-1966)
Werner Amstad – 2 items (1962)
George & Borki Antheil – 2 items (1951-1954)
Hans Erich Apostel – 5 items (1951-1964)
Siegfried F. Aram – 2 items (1951)
Michael Arens – 3 items (1961)
Ars Viva Verlag – 31 items (1951-1953)
Artisjus – 4 items (1965-1966)
Alden Ashforth – 2 items (1965)
Associated Music Publishers (AMP) – 427 items (1945-1967)
Associated Musicians Inc. (AMI) – 7 items (1954)
Atlantis Verlag – 4 items (1953-1961)
William W. Austin – 3 items (1961-1965)
Australian Broadcasting Commission – 15 items (1954-1966)
Austrian Consulate – 3 items (1951-1967)
Automobile Club of Southern California – 13 items (1940-1965)
Autoring – 2 items (1967-1968)
Axelrod Music – 4 items (1965)

"B" correspondence – 867 items (1930-1977)
General (1 item each): David Josef Bach (1934), Bancroft Junior High School Faculty (1967), Bankverein (s.d.), R.E. Banta (1960), Ramón Barce (1962), Barry (1963), Julius Bauer (1951), Hotel Bauer au Lac (s.d.), Siegfried Behrend (1954), L.E. Behymer (1941), Mr. & Mrs. Sanford Beim (1967), Mr. Bell (1958), Belmont Music Publishers (1967), George H. Bender (s.d.), Max Benoff (1951), Pierre Beres Inc. (1962), Dr. Bergfeld (1954), Mr. & Mrs. Harry Berlin (1967), Berliner Disconto Bank (1959), Leonard Bernstein (1965), Mr. Bing (1951), Thomas Binkley (1956), Ferenc Bónis (1964), Elinor Brown (1963), Bosworth & Company (1965), Bowmar Records Inc. (1965), Boys Town (s.d.), Otto Breicha (1961), Brentwood Motor Hotel (1966), Brentwood Refuse Service (1952), Reinhold Brinkmann (1959), Bronston's (1967), R.G. Brown (1965), William C. Brown Company Publishers (1977), Herbert H. Buchanan (1965), Richard Buhlig (1951), Buick Motor Division (1958), Bundesvereinigung Musische Jugendbildung e.V. (1965), Bureau of Musical Research (1951), J. Burg (1958)
Milton Babbitt – 2 items (1958)
Bache & Company – 3 items (1952-1953)
Leo Baeck Institute – 7 items (1960)
George Bälan – 3 items (1966?)
Bärenreiter Verlag – 69 items (1958-1968)
Hans Balz – 2 items (1963)
' Bank of America – 2 items (1961)
Bartók Archivium – 3 items (1966)
Victor Bator – 2 items (1952)
Der Bayerische Rundfunk – 22 items (1953-1968)
Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen – 16 items (1959-1960)
Becker & Odell – 12 items (1952-1953)
Ernest F. Becker – 2 items (1966)
Belgisch Nationaal Instituut voor Radio-Omroep (NIR) (INR) – 7 items (1954)
Belgische Radio en Televisie – 2 items (1962)
Bell & Howell Company – 2 items (1963)
Belter – 7 items (1955)
Milena Benedetti – 4 items (1957-1958)
Anton J. Benjamin GmbH – 2 items (1954)
Ernest Benn Limited – 28 items (1953-1968)
Alban & Helene Berg – 28 items (1922-1967)
Berliner Festwochen – 7 items (1953-1959)
Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester – 13 items (1953-1957)
Berlinische Lebensversicherungs-Gesellschaft – 2 items (1953)
Martin Bernstein – 3 items (1965)
Wallace T. Berry – 12 items (1961-1964)
Richard Birnbach Musikverlag – 25 items (1959-1967)
Boris Blacher – 4 items (1954-1956)
Leo Black – 5 items (1967)
Bernard Bloch & Company – 3 items (1961-1962)
Karl Birger Blomdahl – 3 items (1955)
Joachim Birke – 5 items (1957-1958)
Igor Blazhkov – 4 items (1960-1961)
Wesley V. Blomster – 5 items (1961-1962)
Galleria Blu – 2 items (1961)
Oskar Felix, Ingelein, & Ottilie Blumauer – 10 items (1937-1954)
Martin Böttcher – 3 items (1954)
Bollingen Foundation – 2 items (1962)
Bomart Music Publications – 71 items (1952-1967)
Book Promotions – 21 items (1954-1957)
The Bookmark, Inc. – 2 items (1966)
Charles Boone – 2 items (1961)
Boosey & Hawkes Limited – 24 items (1940-1967)
Helmut Bornefeld – 2 items (1954-1958)
Mario Bortolotto – 2 items (1960)
Boston Chamber Music Society – 2 items (1965)
The Boston Globe – 2 items (1965-1966)
Boston Music Company – 2 items (s.d.)
Boston Opera – 39 items (1965-1966)
Boston Symphony Orchestra – 22 items (1964-1967)
Boston University – 2 items (1967)
Ed. Bote & G. Bock Musikverlag – 32 items (1930-1966)
Pierre Boulez – 22 items (1962-1965)
Brandeis University – 8 items (1955)
William E. Brandt – 4 items (1962)
George Brazillier, Inc.– 4 items (1961-1962)
Breitkopf & Härtel – 7 items (1964)
Robert Breuer – 10 items (1951-1960)
Andres Briner – 2 items (1955)
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) – 136 items (1952-1966)
British Institute of Recorded Sound – 2 items (1961)
British Museum – 16 items (1952-1965)
Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) – 8 items (1951-1955)
F.A. Brockhaus – 2 items (1965)
Brodt Music Company – 4 items (1962-1964)
Andrew J. Broekema – 3 items (1962)
Curtis Brown Limited – 14 items (1951-1965)
Earle A. Brown – 2 items (1951)
Arnold Buchthal – 3 items (1956)
Bühnen der Stadt Köln – 2 items (1955)
Buenos Aires Musical – 5 items (1955)
Charles Burkhart – 2 items (1962)
Francis Burkley – 15 items (1951-1966)
Harold Byrns – 2 items (1951-?)

"C" correspondence – 792 items (1934-1968)
General (1 item each): State of California (Dept. of Motor Vehicles) (1961), Verlag Georg D. W. Callwey (1961), Pier F. Caminati (1954), Patrick Carnegy (1964), Geraldine Wilder Carr (1951), Artie Mason Carter (1953), Elliott Carter (1957), Mrs. Cartwright (1948), Juan Jose Castro (1958), Raquel [Castro?], Sister M. Celestine (1951), Ceskoslovensky Rozhlas (Czechoslovak Radio) (1963), Carlos Chávez (1955), Chemical Bank New York Trust Company (1964), Children's Service Guild ([1951]), Barney Childs (1966), Cesco Chinello (1967), Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (1951), Citizens National Bank (1959), Giancarlo Claudia (1967), City of Hope (s.d.), Cleveland Public Library (1960), Martyn Coleman (1961), Columbia Pictures Corporation (1943), Edward T. Cone (1967), Doda Conrad (1956), Conrad Hinrich Donner (1955), Robert Cory (1962), Henry Cowell (1951), John C. Crawford (s.d.), Mr. Craighton (s.d.), Albano Rina Crimalo (1967), Crocker-Citizens National Bank (s.d.), Carl R. Cunningham (1965), Ralph Cutright, Inc.(1967)
John Cage – 3 items (1965-1967)
John Calder Publishers – 5 items (1959-1965)
California, Tax – 3 items (1956-1964)
Campbell, Brumbaugh, Free & Graves – 3 items (1953)
Canadian Broadcasting Corp. (CBC) – 37 items (1957-1964)
Cantata Singers – 2 items (1964)
Capitol Records – 8 items (1950-1954)
Simon A. Carfagno – 2 items (1951-1960)
Carisch – 4 items (1953-1962)
Roy Carter – 6 items (1965-1966)
Mario Casalini Ltd. – 2 items (1964)
Ethel Casey – 2 items (1961)
Centro Venezolano Americano – 2 items (s.d.)
Friedrich Cerha – 15 items (1962-1966)
Marc Chagall – 4 items (1955-1959)
N. Chatterji – 4 items (1963-1964)
Chicago Symphony Orchestra – 6 items (1960-1965)
Coast Copy Co. – 2 items (s.d.)
Colbert-LaBerge Concert Management – 4 items (1961-1964)
Collegiate Chorale – 3 items (1953-1956)
Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) Radio – 5 items (1949-1956)
Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) Records – 9 items (1965-1968)
Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) Television – 2 items (1961)
Columbia Records – 499 items (1941-1967)
Compania Fabril Editora – 3 items (1962)
Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion – 4 items (1951)
Conrad Hinrich Donner – 54 items (1955-1966)
Elizabeth Coolidge – 3 items (1934-1953)
J. G. Cotta'sche Buchhandlung – 3 items (1960-1961)
Royal Opera House, Convent Garden – 26 items (1962-1966)
Robert Craft – 24 items (1952-1967)
Richard L. Crocker – 3 items (1965)
Donald H. Crosby – 5 items (1964)
W. Crüwell Verlagsbuchhandlung – 3 items (1962)
Arthur Mervin Cummings – 2 items (1958)
Hans Curjel –7 items (1951-1957)

"D" correspondence – 175 items (1922-1967)
General (1 item each): Dn. (1961), Daniels (s.d.), Danenberg (1967), Danmarks Radio (1961), Clarence A. Davies (1950), Gordon and Vivi Davis (1967), Jose Luis de Delás (1955), Walter J. Derenberg (1952), Concerts du Domaine Musical (1964), Marjorie Eastwood Dudley (1958)
Luigi Dallapiccola – 2 items (1951-1955)
Dallas Symphony Orchestra – 9 items (1954)
Darmstadt Oberbürgermeister – 10 items (1956-1958)
Darmstädter und Nationalbank – 13 items (1928-1929)
Dartmouth College – 13 items (1963-1965)
Aurelio & Sara de la Vega – 3 items (1963-1967)
Max Deutsch – 15 items (1939-1956)
Deutsche Oper – 5 items (1961-1967)
Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt Stuttgart – 3 items (1965)
George I. Devor – 19 items (1952-1958)
DIAL Records – 2 items (1950)
David Diamond – 3 items (1962)
William & Charlotte Dieterle – 3 items (1943-1967)
Dilia Czechoslovak Theatrical and Literary Agency – 17 items (1959-1965)
Antal Dorati – 10 items (1956-1961)
Frederick Dorian – 5 items (1959-1961)
Verlag Dreililien – 10 items (1922-1931)
Dresdner Philharmonie – 2 items (1962)
Das Dritte Programm – 18 items (1963-1965)
Eduard Drolc – 2 items (1952)
Hans Dünnebeil – 3 items (1951-1952)

"E" correspondence – 113 items (1932-1967)
General (1 item each): Ediciones Mexicanas de Musica (1954), Éditions Richard-Masse (1955), Eggers, Wilkman, Whittle (1965), Werner Egk (1954), Hanns Eisler (1951), Stella Eisner-Eÿen (1951), Encyclopedia Britannica (1965), Enfermería Evangélica de Barcelona (1932), Ruth P. Epling (1951), Epoca (1966), Peggy Ernst (1958?), Esslegis (s.d.), Don K. Estep (1951), Regan Ewing (1967)
Carl Ebert – 4 items (1961) Edinburgh International Festival – 23 items (1961-1964)
Editio Musica Budapest – 3 items (1960-1961)
Éditions du Seuil – 6 items (1964-1966)
Éditions Max Eschig – 3 items (1961-1962)
Edizioni di Comunità – 3 items (1964)
Arthur C. Edwards – 4 items (1960-1961)
Fred, Walther, & Silverius Eggarter – 19 items (1940-1958)
Karl Heinrich Ehrenforth – 5 items (1960-1962)
Giulio Einaudi Editore – 2 items (1952-1954)
Jean-Claude Eloy – 5 items (1964-1966)
Trude Elsesser – 4 items (1963-1964)
Entschädigungsamt Berlin – 12 items (1952-1954)
Epic Records – 2 items (1960-1961)
Richard Dahl Eriksen – 2 items (1959)
Evenings on the Roof – 2 items (1950-1951)

"F" correspondence – 445 items (1928-1968)
General (1 item each): Mary F. (s.d.), Festivals für zeitgenossische Musik (s.d.), Hans Herbert Fiedler (1956), First California Company (1961), Blanche Fischer (1951), Carl Fischer, Inc. (1966), Fischer Bücherei (1955), Dr. Fischl Brünn (1932), Philip Floersch (1960), Mr. & Mrs. Cecil Frankel (1951?), Frederick Freedman (1967)
Faber & Faber Limited – 210 items (1957-1968)
Roger W. Farnsworth – 3 items (1963)
Franz Feichtegger – 2 items (1954-1955)
Leonard Feist – 3 items (1963-1965)
Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Editore – 54 items (1960-1963)
Lion & Marta Feuchtwanger – 5 items (1951-1967)
Les Film du Valois – 3 items (1961-1962)
Finnish Broadcasting Company – 8 items (1958-1966)
Mary Emma Fiore – 4 items (1963)
Richard Fish – 4 items (1951-1955)
Carolyn Fisher – 3 items (1958-1960)
Truman R. Fisher – 3 items (1966)
Heinrich Fleischer – 3 items (1961)
Florence, Italy – 6 items (1957-1964)
Gustav Fochler-Hauke – 3 items (1962)
Ford Foundation – 3 items (1953)
Allen Forte – 42 items (1956-1965)
Lukas Foss – 5 items (1958-1963)
Fountain of the World – 4 items (1961-1965)
Maurits Frank – 3 items (1953)
Fratelli Fabbri Editori – 12 items (1966-1968)
Kurt Frederick – 4 items (1951-1962)
Morese M. Freeman – 5 items (1960-1962)
Marya Freund – 9 items (1951-1962)
Friedberg Management, Inc. – 5 items (1958)
Philip Friedheim – 3 items (1963–1964)
Fromm Music Foundation – 4 items (1960)
Wilhelm Furtwängler – 11 items (1928-1954)

"G" correspondence – 291 items (1928-1968)
General (1 item each): Erna Gàl (1951), Gallimard (1946), Gates, Kingsley and Gates (1951), Stichting Gaudeamus (1964), G. Geiger (1923), Genossenschaft Deutscher Tonsetzer (1934), Gesellschaft der Bildenden Künstler Wiens (1959), Gesellschaft der Freunde des Internationalen Musiker-Brief-Archivs (1962), Mr. Giacompol (1955), Michael Gielen (1956), Pia Gilbert (1967), Marisa Giuliano (1967), Gladden Products Corporation (1961), Rudolph Goehr (1951), Johnny Green (1962), Ernest & Benita Gottlieb (1960), H. Grimme (s.d.), Donald J. Grout (1959), Gruenberg (1951), Frederic V. Grunfeld (1964), Gene Gutche (1963), Alfred Guttmann (s.d.), Melaine Guttman-Rice (1951)
Eric H. Ganley – 2 items (1961)
Pablo Garrido – 2 items (1951)
Geisenheyner & Crone – 2 items (1960)
Vance George – 2 items (1965-?)
Roberto & Poldi Gerhard – 10 items (1951-1967)
Musikverlage Hans Gerig – 19 items (1964-1968)
German Consulate – 8 items (1956-1967)
Gesellschaft für Musikalische Aufführungs- und Mechanische Vervielfältigungsrechte (GEMA) – 35 items (1955-1968)
Gesellschaft für Musikforschung – 2 items (1965-1966)
Oskar Gewelt – 2 items (1960-1961)
Adam Gilbert – 2 items (1964)
Wolfe Gilbert – 2 items (1952-?)
Milton Gill – 5 items (1962)
Daniel J. Gillis – 9 items (1958-1965)
William Glock – 8 items (1958-1960)
Gerda Goedhart – 3 items (1962)
Alexander Goehr – 2 items (1965-1966)
Thomas Goggan & Bro. – 2 items (1961)
Albert Goldberg – 12 items (1951-1965)
Antoine Golea – 2 items (1961)
Victor Gollancz, Ltd. – 11 items (1963-1965)
Ronald W. Gorton – 2 items (1951)
Trudy Goth – 12 items (1955-1966)
Glenn Gould – 9 items (1952-1964)
H.W. Gray Co. – 47 items (1947-1967)
Martin L. Greffenberg – 2 items (1951)
Felix Greissle & family – 31 items (1951-1967)
Antonio Gronen-Kubizki – 4 items (1954-1961)
The Guardian – 4 items (1965)
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation – 4 items (1962-1965)
Jean Guillou – 2 items (1964)
Bankhaus Gebrüder Gutmann – 10 items (1928-1929)

"H" correspondence – 313 items (1915-1968)
General (1 item each): Dr. & Mrs. Haber (1951?), Hacker family (1967), Haidy (1958), Margaret Haines (1952), Hamburg Radio Symphony (s.d.), Hamburgische Staatsoper (1961), Rudolf Hamperl (1963), Adelaide Hart (1967), Erich Hauck (1954), Hartog (s.d.), Haupstadt Hannover Landestheater (1953), Mr. Haverlin (1952), Benar & Olga Heifetz (1951), Held's Refrigeration (1960), Walter Hendl (1954), Hans Werner Henze (1955), Herbig Verlagsbuchhandlung (1967), Vera Herrmann (1967), Trude Herzberg (1951), Irene Heskes (1967), Max Hesses Verlag (1957), Heinz Hilpers (1951), Mrs. Paul Hindemith (1963), Max Hirschberg (1955), Richard & Ella Hoffmann (1965), Hollywood String Quartet (1951), Holm Pälz Würzburg (1964), Serge Hovey (1951), Julia Howell (1951), David S. Hull (1955), Hungarian Minister of War (1915)
Harold Halma – 2 items (1951-1964)
Peter Hansen – 2 items (1960)
Wilhelm Hansen Musik-Forlag – 27 items (1920-1957)
Gordon Hardy – 3 items (1966)
Herr Harpner – 2 items (1966)
Donald Harris – 6 items (1964-1967)
Karl Amadeus & Elizabeth Harmann – 22 items (1955-1964)
Harvard University – 2 items (1955)
Hauptfinanzamt für Erbschaftsteuer und Verkehrsteuern – 4 items (1962-1966)
Haydn Society – 6 items (1953-1956)
Otto Hein – 10 items (1952-1953)
Heinrichshofen's Verlag – 44 items (1930-1967)
Hermann Heiss – 2 items (1963)
Richard Hertz – 3 items (1955-?)
Hessischer Rundfunk – 4 items (1961)
Robert Hickok – 2 items (1964)
HiFi Stereo Review – 7 items (1965)
Kent Hirst – 2 items (1958)
Historisches Museum der Stadt Wien – 2 items (1960)
Hugh & Jessie Hodgson – 4 items (1951-1961)
Lydia Hoffmann Behrendt – 2 items (1962)
Paul F. & Jolàn Hoffmann – 6 items (1951-1966)
Richard, Joan, & Paul R. Hoffmann – 76 items (1951-1968)
Richard Hoffmann, Sr. – 3 items (1951-1967)
Rolf & Gustl Hoffmann – 2 items (1939-1942)
Hoffmann und Campe Verlag – 4 items (1963-1964)
Holland Festival – 9 items (1958-1961)
Charles W. Homeyer & Co. – 3 items (1961)
Honolulu Symphony Orchestra – 4 items (1952-1953)
Houston Symphony – 3 items (1958)
Bruce Humphries Publishers – 3 items (1962)
Huntington Hartford Foundation – 4 items (1953-1958)
Leonard Hutton Galleries – 7 items (1963)

"I" correspondence – 128 items (1950-1966)
General (1 item each): Institut für Sozialforschung (1962), Institut National Belge de Radiodiffusion (1954), Internal Revenue Service (1950), International Expediters, Inc. (1954), Internationale Franz Schreker-Gesellschaft (1958), Internationale Musikolympiade (1950), Israel (1952)
Indiana University – 6 items (1965)
Insel-Verlag – 3 items (1958-1964)
Inspector of Foreign Dividends – 2 items (1963)
International Society for Contemporary Music (ISCM) – 6 items (1951-1962)
International Gustav Mahler Gesellschaft – 3 items (1962-1963)
Roy James Irvine – 4 items (1960-1962)
Israeli Music Publications – 95 items (1951-1966)
Harmony Ives – 2 items (s.d.)

"J" correspondence – 77 items (1951-1967)
General (1 item each): Erwin R. Jacobi (1959), Ilona Jellinek (1967), Johnson & Tannenbaum (1952), Richard C. Jones (1951), Mason Jones (1962), Das jüdische Echo (1954)
Donald Jackson – 2 items (1954)
Jacob Michael Collection of Jewish Music – 2 items (1956)
Heinrich & Johanna Jalowetz – 13 items (1951-1964)
Japan Broadcasting Corporation – 7 items (1959-1962)
Jenkins Music Company – 5 items (1962-1963)
Jewish Agency for Palestine – 6 items (1951-1952)
Jewish Liturgical Music Society of America – 2 items (1966-1967)
Bettina Jonic Calder – 11 items (1966-1967)
Emanuel M. Josephson – 2 items (1951-1952)
Juilliard String Quartet – 4 items (1951-1966)
Juilliard School of Music – 17 items (1956-1965)

"K" correspondence – 440 items (1937-1967)
General (1 item each): Erich Itor Kahn (1951), Ernest Kanitz (1951), M. Katz (1965), Lilian Kaufman (1967), Mrs. John Kavanagh (1967), Keller (1952), Ida Kenton (1951), John & Sharon de Keyser (1951), Mr. & Mrs. Francis Killmond (1967), Felix Khuner (1951), King Midas Camera Exchange (1956), Lotte Kirchhoff (1937), Wolfgang B. Klemperer (1958), G. Klimpe (1961), Vern O. Knudsen (1952), Margaret Kohn (s.d.), Josie Kolisch (1951), Erich Wolfgang Korngold (1951), Bjarne Kortsen (1967), Max Kowalski (1951), Eileen S. Kranz (1951), Raphael Kubelík (1965), Tomas [sic] Kuchel (1956), Wilhelm Kux (1954)
KPFA – 3 items (1961)
KPFK – 5 items (1959-1964)
KYW-TV 3 – 2 items (1966)
Otto Kallir – 2 items (1962)
Alfred A. Kalmus Music Publisher – 79 items (1950-1966)
Wassily Kandinsky & Gabriele Münter – 2 items (1913-1914)
Hans Keller – 3 items (1952)
Egon F. Kenton – 2 items (1948)
Dieter Kerner – 8 items (1957-1959)
Leo Kestenberg – 3 items (1953)
Earl Kim – 2 items (1966)
Heinz Kipper – 5 items (1962-1966)
Helmut Kirchmeyer – 4 items (1964)
Leon Kirchner – 3 items (1955-1967)
Otto & Lotte Klemperer – 15 items (1951-1967)
Alfred A. Knopf Inc. – 6 items (1957-1959)
Milton & Bess Koblitz – 77 items (1951-1967)
Gwendolyn Koldofsky – 2 items (1951)
Rudolf & Henriette Kolisch – 14 items (1932-1945)
Rudolf & Lorna Kolisch – 84 items (1928-1965)
Kolisch Quartet – 5 items (1934-1950)
Olga Koussevitzky – 4 items (1951-1957)
Kranichstainer Musikinstitut – 31 items (1952-1961)
Else C. Kraus – 20 items (1948-1960)
Robert Kraus – 4 items (1952)
Ernst Krenek – 4 items (1952-1967)
Victor Krüger – 14 items (1954-1960)
Kürten & Lechner – 5 items (1964)
Margarete Kupper – 2 items (1965)
Efrem Kurtz – 2 items (1965)
Bernhard Kytzler – 4 items (1965)

"L" correspondence – 505 items (1928-1968)
General (1 item each): Erich & Nora Lachmann (1951), Landesbibliothek Hessen (1951), Sonya and Sam Lane (1967), David Lascelles (s.d.), Adelaide Leclercq (1967), Joseph Lederer (s.d.), Lucca Lehner (s.d.), Elmer P. Lenz (1967), Richard Lert (1951), David Lewin (1961), Kenneth Lindsay (1957), M. Litterman (1928), Ernest B. Lonner (1953), Los Angeles County Museum (1955), Los Angeles Public Defender's Office (1967), Los Angeles County Registrar of Voters (1966), Loyola High School (1954), Erich Lüth (1958), Lü (1961)
Institución José Angel Lamas – 24 items (1954-1956)
Concerts Lamoureux – 2 items (1959-1960)
Landestheater Hannover – 21 items (1954-1967)
Albert Langen Georg Müller Verlag – 9 items (1958-1959)
Warren Langlie – 25 items (1952-1967)
Klaus Lankheit – 16 items (1959-1964)
LaSalle Quartet – 3 items (1964)
Jacob & Vera Lateiner – 6 items (1962-1967)
The League of Composers, Inc. – 2 items (1951)
Leeds Music Corporation – 13 items (1958-1966)
Robert Owen & Aki Lehman – 29 items (1962-1965)
René Leibowitz – 20 items (1951-1967)
James M. Leland – 3 items (1966)
Conrad H. Lester – 3 items (1947-1951)
Gerardo Levy – 2 items (1963)
Harold F. Lewin – 3 items (1963)
Library of Congress – 256 items (1940-1968)
Rolf Liebermann – 5 items (1957-1958)
Life and Color Labs – 2 items (1950)
Limes Verlag – 3 items (1958-1959)
Markus Lion – 3 items (1951)
Norman Lloyd – 3 items (1966)
Los Angeles City School Districts – 3 items (1967)
Los Angeles County – 7 items (1951-1962)
Los Angeles Enterprise – 3 items (1964)
Los Angeles Municipal and Superior Court – 4 items (1951-1952)
Los Angeles Music Festival – 6 items (1959-1961)
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra – 4 items (1955-1964)
Los Angeles Public Library – 3 items (1959-1960)
Hernán Concho Lugo – 2 items (1967)
Elizabeth Lutyens – 2 items (1963)

"M" correspondence – 336 items (1934-1968)
General (1 item each): Cecile Brunswick Mack (1951), George McManus (1951), John McClure (1967), Mr. & Mrs. Charles McMillin (1967?), I. Magnin (s.d.), Joseph Malkin (1934), Hanny Mandel (1962), Thomas Mann (1951), Giacomo Manzoni (1955), Marlborough Fine Art Ltd. (1966), Pierre Monteux (1951), Eugene W. Marum (s.d.), Mary Thrift Shop (1954), MCA Music (1967), Kevin McBeath (1954), Mrs. Curtis McFadden (1951?), Dominga de Medina (1940), Zubin Mehta (s.d.), Microfilm Company of California (1965), Minnesota Orchestral Association (s.d.), Joan Miró (s.d.), Alice Modine (s.d.), Father Georg Moenius (1951), Mondadori Publishing Co. (1954), Abel Morange (1963), Egon Morgenstern (1964), Lawrence Morton (1967), Lawrence Moss (1952), Muriel Francis-Edgar Vincent Associates (1960), Music Educators Club (1941), Musical America (1954), Musikalische Jugend Deutschlands (1960), Musique Contemporaine (1951)
McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. – 8 items (1963-1964)
Jan Maegaard – 42 items (1958-1965)
Maggio Musicale Fiorentino – 26 items (1951-1964)
Edgar F. Magnin – 3 items (1951-1954)
Alma Mahler-Werfel – 11 items (1937-1964)
José Malsio – 2 items (1955)
Manhattan School of Music – 2 items (1965)
Katia and Erika Mann – 4 items (1958-1962)
Igor Markevitch – 6 items (1954)
Edward B. Marks Music Corp. – 52 items (1948-1967)
Melos – 2 items (1958)
William W. Melnitz – 2 items (1962)
Mercury Record Corporation – 4 items (1964-1965)
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures – 4 items (1943-1956)
Metropolitan Opera – 3 items (1951-1954)
Michigan State University – 2 items (1960)
Microstat Company of California – 3 items (1950-1951)
Robert E. Middleton – 4 items (1965)
Darius Milhaud – 8 items (1954-1955)
Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra – 13 items (1956-1963)
Mitchell, Silberberg & Knupp – 4 items (1967-1968)
Dimitri Mitropoulos – 21 items (1951-1955)
Ruth Moeller – 2 items (1968)
Hans Moldenhauer – 23 items (1958-1967)
Hans Moller – 11 items (1954-1955)
Monday Evening Concerts – 8 items (1958-1966)
Jacques-Louis Monod – 14 items (1964-1966)
Walter D. Moses & Company – 2 items (1964)
Otto Müller Verlag – 4 items (1964)
Alexander Müller-Reuss – 2 items (1959)
Museum des 20. Jahrhunderts – 3 items (1960-1961)
The Musical Quarterly – 5 items (1939-1954)
Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart (MGG) – 7 items (1953-1965)

"N" correspondence – 360 items (1951-1968)
General (1 item each): Hans Nachod (1951), National Jewish Hospital at Denver (1964), Robert W. Nelson (1964), Neufeld (s.d.), Richard J. Neutra (1951), The New York Times Book Review (1965), Henning Nielsen (1966), Amrio Maria Nono (1967), Papa & Mama Nono (1967), North British Hotel Edinburgh (s.d.), North Carolina Music Society (1963)
Fernand Nathan – 3 items (1962)
National Association of Educational Broadcasters – 5 items (1954-1956)
National Broadcasting Company, Inc. – 2 items (1961?)
National Cyclopedia of American Biography – 2 items (1951)
National Educational Television – 10 items (1961-1965)
National Federation of Music Clubs – 2 items (1955)
National Institute of Arts and Letters – 3 items (1962)
The National Jewish Post – 2 items (1955)
National Life Insurance Co. – 6 items (1951)
Nationaltheater Mannheim – 5 items (1953-1954)
John Nef – 12 items (1954-1960)
New England Conservatory of Music – 4 items (1964-1967)
New Music Edition (NME) – 13 items (1951-1959)
New York City Opera – 6 items (1953-1965)
New York Philharmonic – 6 items (1955-1966)
Newcomb College – 2 items (1964)
Dika Newlin – 9 items (1951-1959)
Alfred Newman – 2 items (1951)
Luigi Nono & Nuria Schoenberg-Nono – 48 items (1952-1968)
Norddeutscher Rundfunk – 45 items (1956-1966)
Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunk – 136 items (1952-1955)
W.W. Norton & Co. – 26 items (1951-1964)

"O" correspondence – 101 items (1932-1967)
General (1 item each): Oberlin College (1957), Victor R.B. Oelschläger (1965), Oesterreichischer Kulturbund (1932), Oesterreichische Kunstverwaltung (1951), Oesterreichische Musikzeitschrift (s.d.), Oldenburgisches Staatstheater (1961), Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional (1956)
Clive O'Connell – 2 items (1964)
Peter S. Odegard – 2 items (1965)
Öffentliche Verwaltung für das Österreichische Rundspruchwesen (RAVAG) – 5 items (1954)
W. Oesterreicher – 2 items (1964)
Österreichischer Rundfunk – 11 items (1961)
Office of Alien Property – 47 items (1947-1956)
Ojai Festivals Ltd. – 5 items (1955-1964)
On Film, Inc. – 3 items (1958-1959)
Ongakuno-No-Tomo Sha Co. – 7 items (1953)
Oregon Music Educator – 2 items (1962)
Harold Orenstein – 2 items (1965)
Orpheus Music Shop – 2 items (1965)
Oxford University Press – 4 items (1966-1967)

"P" correspondence – 432 (1909-1968)
General (1 item each): Palisades High School (1968), Pantheon Books Inc. (1955), Pasadena Art Institute (1952), Nathan van Patten (1954), Silvia J. Pattison (1951), Casey O. Pearson (s.d.), Wilfred & Rose Bampton Pelletier (1951), Perspectives of New Music (1964), Luigi Pestalozza (1960), Wilhelm Pfannkuch (s.d.), Philadelphia Musical Academy (1964), Gregor Piatigorsky (1951), Pohl (1960), Pauline & Rudolph Polk (1951), Lotte Popper (1939), Kay & Eddie Powell (1951), Harold S. Powers (1964), Albert Prager (1967?), Frederick Prausnitz (1957), Mr. Prise (1961), Jane Lundblad (1953), Produktionsgruppe Ernste Musik (1961), Profile Verlag (1958)
Pacific Coast Music Festival – 5 items (1955)
Kurt Pahlen – 2 items (1959)
Pan American World Airways – 2 items (1963)
Panstwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe – 4 items (1962)
Marie Pappenheim – 2 items (1909)
E.L. Payne Heating Co. – 2 items (1962)
Ralph S. Peer – 9 items (1954)
Carlos Eduardo Pemberton – 3 items (1957-1958)
Perk Brothers, Inc. – 3 items (1962-1965)
George Perle – 4 items (1960-1964)
C.F. Peters Corp. – 108 items (1912-1966)
Philosophical Library – 200 items (1941-1967)
R. Piper & Co. Verlag – 20 items (1960-1963)
Paul A. Pisk – 2 items (1951-1967)
Walter Piston – 2 items (1954)
Pittsburgh Symphony Society – 2 items (1961)
Josef Polnauer – 5 items (1951)
Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne – 9 items (1960-1967)
Pomona College – 2 items (1962)
E. Poslavsky – 2 items (1961)
Natalie Pravossudovitsch – 3 items (1954-1964)
Prentice-Hall, Inc. – 3 items (1955)
Presse Archiv – 3 items (1951)
Theodore Presser Co. – 6 items (1959-1964)
Prestel Verlag – 2 items (1959-1960)
Prudential Insurance Co. – 2 items (1967)

"Q" correspondence – 2 items (1964)
John R. Querard – 2 items (1964)

"R" correspondence – 743 items (1933-1967)
General (1 item each): Radiodiffusion-Télévision Belge (1962), Albert Rahier (1951), Richard Raitcheff (1956), Karol Rathaus (1951), Mrs. James W. Read (1967?), Jacob Reed (s.d.), Günther Rennert (1956), Jean (Mrs. Rudolph) Reti (1957), Virginia Rice (1960), The Robert Shaw Chorale (1953), Rocklife Publishing Corporation (1957), The Roger Wagner Chorale (1953), Dr. Rogge (s.d.), Salomon & Rachel Rosowsky (1951), Bettina Roth? (1952), Saul and Gloria Rubin (s.d.), Verlag Rütten & Loening (1964)
RAVAG – 3 items (1954) Radio Bremen – 3 items (1951-1966)
Radio Corporation of America – 16 items (1951-1966)
Radio im Amerikanischen Sektor (RIAS) – 5 items (1954-1962)
Radio im Amerikanischen Sektor Berlin – 7 items (1954-1961)
Radio Italiana – 9 items (1954-1965)
Radio Zürich – 4 items (1962-1963)
Radiodiffusion Française – 8 items (1954-1966)
Karl and Christine Rankl – 26 items (1951-1959)
Eldon Rathburn – 2 items (1951)
Erwin Ratz – 3 items (1951)
Hans Ferdinand Redlich – 12 items (1953)
Willi Reich – 5 items (1952-1965)
Wolfgang and Lally Reinhardt – 2 items (1951)
Claire R. Reis – 2 items (1962)
Remington Rand – 3 items (1961)
Susi Remus – 2 items (1954-1959) Rich – 2 items (1964)
Richard Wagner-Gedenkstätte – 5 items (1954)
Ricordi & Co. – 5 items (1933-1954)
George Rochberg – 6 items (1962)
Editions du Rocher – 12 items (1956-1965)
Röthel – 2 items (1960)
Luigi Rognoni – 15 items (1953-1967)
Hans & Edel Rosbaud – 43 items (1952-1965)
Erwin & Albi Rosenthal – 94 items (1951-1967)
Morko Rothmüller – 11 items (1964)
Rowohlt Verlag – 2 items (1966)
David W. Rubin Artists Management – 4 items (1955)
Walter H. & Rosette Rubsamen – 2 items (1951?-1957)
Josef Rufer – 389 items (1951-1967)
Rusconi e Paolazzi – 10 items (1959-1961)
John Russell – 10 items (1960-1963)
Rutgers University – 2 items (1961)

"S" correspondence – 2,277 items (1918-1968)
General (1 item each): Saarländischer Rundfunk (1962), Charles Sachs (1956), Sacred Music Program (s.d.), St. Pauls Parish (1967?), Mrs. Salmi (1965), Salvation Army (s.d.), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra (1951), Santa Monica Garage (1940), José Soler Sarda (1957), Manus Sasonkin (1951), Siciliani Scala (1962), Mr. & Mrs. Mark Schapiro (1967?), Horst Scharschuch (1958), Volker Scherliess (1964), Eda Schlatter (1951), Erich Schmid (1966), Grigori Schnersz? (1964), Else Schoenberg (1945), Maria Schreker (s.d.), Friedrich Schuck (1965), Mary, Walter & Wayne Schubert (1951?), Günther Schuller (s.d.), Herr Schultz (s.d.), Schumann Memorial Foundation (1951), Dr. Sch. (1956), Paul Schwartz (1967), Schweizerische Gesandtschaft in Wien (1918), Schweizerische Gesellschaft der Urheber und Verleger (SUISA) (1953), The Score (1960), Self-Realization Fellowship (s.d.), Sender Freies Berlin (1964), Roger Sessions (1951), Robert Shaw (1953), Rev. Charles Sheedy (s.d.), L. Sheffried (s.d.), Russell Sherman (1962), James & K. Short (1967), Abraham Skulsky (1956), Slattery and Guthman (1951), Alicia Smith (1966), Social Security Administration (1951), Société pour l'Administration de Droit de Reproduction mecanique des Auteurs, Compositeurs & Editeurs (SDRM) (1961), Socolow Stein & Seton (1956), Ludmila Sokoloff (1965), Southern California Symphony Association (1935), Aileen Green (née Sparling) (1957), The Spectator (s.d.), Emil Spira (1952), Rosemarie & Harold Spivacke (1967), Dr. Spritz (s.d.), Toni Stader (s.d.), Standard Accident Insurance Co. (1937), Margaret M. Stearns (1951), Carroll Steale (1967), Arnoldo Steiner (1940), Eugene Steinhof (1951), Ralph and Blanche Stern (1967), Ronald Stevenson (1955), Ballarin Stocchi (1967), Marietta Stranski? (1951), John Sullivan (1959), Swiss Bank Corporation (1951), Swiss Embassy (s.d.)
SESAC Inc. – 15 items (1953-1965)
Cesar Saerchinger – 3 items (1951-1952)
Il Saggiatore – 12 Items (1959-1963)
St. Martin's Press – 4 items (1965-1966)
Eric Salzman – 3 items (1965)
San Jose State College – 2 items (1964)
Santa Fe Opera – 22 items (1963-1968)
Hermann Scherchen – 38 items (1933-1961)
G. Schirmer, Inc. – 585 items (1934-1967)
Ernst & Hedi Schneider – 6 items (1951-1967)
Arnold Schoenberg – 17 items (1927-?)
Artur Schönberg – 5 items (1939-1941)
Bertel & Gitti Schoenberg – 3 items (1941-1945)
Georg Schönberg – 17 items (1951-1958)
Heinrich Schönberg – 4 items (1939-1941)
Lawrence Schoenberg – 4 items (1956-?)
Ronald Schoenberg – 4 items (1951-1961)
B. Schott's Söhne – 573 items (1954-1968)
Friedrich Schreyvogl – 7 items (1954-1956)
Buch- und Kunstverlag Anton Schroll & Co. – 6 items (1962)
Elliott Schwartz – 2 items (1964-1965)
Robert Schwarz – 4 items (1951-1953)
Schweizerische Kreditanstalt – 54 items (1956-1966)
Humphrey Searle – 5 items (1951-1953)
Seattle Public Library – 4 items (1964)
Seattle Symphony Orchestra – 9 items (1963-1965)
August Seith – 2 items (1962)
Bruce Michael Selchov – 3 items (1962)
Gisella Selden-Goth – 3 items (1961)
Maria Seligmann – 3 items (1961-1962)
Senator für Volksbildung – 8 items (1953-1956)
Sender Rot Weiss Rot (RWR) – 3 items (1955)
Service Editions Réalités – 2 items (1967)
Charles B. Seton – 221 items (1954-1967)
Nathaniel Shilkret – 25 items (1945-1966)
Elie Siegmeister – 5 items (1965)
Silver Burdett Company – 4 items (1965)
Ernst Simon – 4 items (1938-1955)
Singer Sewing Machine Co. – 2 items (1941)
Sinn und Form – 4 items (1964)
Nicolas Slonimsky – 7 items (1953-1954)
Gregg Smith – 9 items (1966)
Sociedad Orquesta Sinfónica Venezuela – 2 items (s.d.)
Société Suisse de Radiodiffusion (SSR) – 4 items (1961)
Society of New Music – 2 items (1955)
José Soler – 2 items (1957)
George Solti – 2 items (1954-1962)
South African Broadcasting Corp. – 7 items (1954)
Southern Music Publishing Company, Inc. – 64 items (1951-1955)
Pierre Souvtchinsky – 5 items (1955-1956)
Claudio Spies – 15 items (1964-1967)
Leopold Spinner – 5 items (1956-1960)
Staatliche Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg – 3 items (1965)
Staatliche Kommission für das Volksliederbuch – 2 items (1928)
Staatsoper Stuttgart – 2 items (1965)
Stadttheater Zürich – 7 items (1956-1957)
Städtische Bühnen Frankfurt a/M. – 2 items (1954)
Städtische Galerie und Lenbachgalerie – 20 items (1960-1966)
Städtische Oper Berlin – 32 items (1959-1960)
Stanford University – 8 items (1954-1960)
State Publishing House of Music – 4 items (1964)
State University of New York – 5 items (1968)
Statsradiofonien – 3 items (1954)
Erwin Stein, Marion Thorpe, Harewood, Sophie – 125 items (1951-1962)
Leonard Stein – 20 items (1946-1967)
Hella Steinecke – 13 items (1956-1962)
Edward & Clara Steuermann – 24 items (1950-1967)
Stichtung Nederlandsche Radio-Unie – 9 items (1954-1955)
Fritz and Erika Stiedry – 37 items (1949-1965)
Leopold Stokowski – 12 items (1954-1965)
Gordon Stone – 3 items (1959-1965)
Gerald Strang – 8 items (1951-1967)
Hans Heinz Stuckenschmidt & Margot Hinnenberg-Lefevre – 17 items (1951-1967)
Benjamin Suchoff – 2 items (1963)
Süddeutscher Rundfunk – 3 items (1961)
Südwestfunk – 30 items (1951-1961)
Suhrkamp Verlag – 9 items (1953-1957)
Anton und Hans Swarowsky – 21 items (1962-1965)
Swarthmore College – 4 items (1965)
Swedish Broadcasting Corp. – 2 items (1961)
James Sykes – 3 items (1951-1954)

"T" correspondence – 95 items (1912-1967)
General (1 item each): Richard Teitelbaum (1967), Tennis Patrons of Santa Monica (s.d.), Eleanor Tennant (1951), Thermo-Fax Sales Inc. (1965), William Thomson (1965), Regula Thorsten (1941), Herr Tibertius (s.d.), Budee Tichenor (1967), Time Magazine (s.d.), Mr. Tompkins (1952), Edward J. Tomlin (1951), Mr. & Mrs. George Tremblay (1967?)
Alexandre Tansman – 2 items (1951-1958)
Taurus Ediciones – 16 items (1962-1964)
Teatro alla Scala – 4 items (1962)
Teatro Communale Firenze – 7 items (1963-1964)
Teatro dell'Opera – 3 items (1965-1966)
Ulf Thompson – 3 items (1967)
Maurice Thorner – 3 items (1950-1951)
Michael Tippett – 3 items (1952)
Tischer & Jagenberg – 12 items (1912-1929)
Ludwig Franz Tlapek – 3 items (1956)
Ernst Toch – 2 items (1951)
Julius and Hilde Toldi – 10 items (1936-1966)
Friedrich Torberg – 3 items (1951)
Toronto Symphony – 8 items (1962-1965)
Rosalyn Tureck – 2 items (1951-1966)
Robert E. Tyndall – 2 items (1962)

"U" correspondence – 813 items (1912-1968)
General (1 item each): Giacomo Ugnia (1967), UNESCO (1951), US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (1965), US Department of Justice (1965), Universität München (s.d.), University of Auckland (1964), University of Houston (1965), University of Toronto (1962), University of Wisconsin (1951)
Verlag Ullstein – 3 items (1954)
Union pour la Diffusion de l'Art Musical (UDAM) – 2 items (1962)
United Kingdom Inland Revenue – 7 items (1955-1963)
United States Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization – 3 items (1935)
United States Congress – 5 items (1954-1960)
United States Information Service – 4 items (1956-1959)
United States Treasury Department – 2 items (1950)
United States Marshal – 2 items (1935)
United States Office of Alien Property – 3 items (1950-1951)
United States Travel Bureau – 17 items (1964-1966)
Universal Edition – 498 items (1912-1968)
University Microfilms, Inc. (UMI) – 12 items (1962-1966)
University of California – 145 items (1936-1968)
University of Chicago – 44 items (1947-1966)
University of Freiburg – 11 items (1962)
University of Michigan – 9 items (1963-1964)
University of Notre Dame – 26 items (1956-1965)
University of Southern California – 2 items (1935)
University of Texas – 6 items (1962)
University of Utah – 3 items (1961)

"V" correspondence – 25 items (1951-1967)
General (1 item each): Rudolf Dumont du Virbey? (s.d.), José Velez (1951), Vienna (1951), Annie Vigeveno (1951), Edgar Vincent (1960), Ruth K. Vincent (1967), Moritz Violin (1951), André Volkonsky (1962)
Edgard & Louise Varèse – 2 items (1951)
Tibor Varga – 2 items (1951)
Peter Paul Várnai – 2 items (1960)
Osualdo O. Villar – 2 items (1951)
Karl Vötterle – 2 items (1966)
Ivan Vojtech – 5 items (1964)
Jirí Vyslouzil – 2 items (s.d.)

"W" correspondence – 365 items (1928-1968)
General (1 item each): Dr. & Mrs. Frederic Wachtfehler (1967), Hilde Waldo (1967), Alfred Wallenstein (1951), Blanche W. Walton (1932), Bruno Walter (1951), Wangermee (1954), Philip Ward (1958), Mr. & Mrs. Karl Weber (1967?), Mr. Weber (1957), Piero Weiss (1962), Berta (Mrs. Richard) Wertheimer (1963), Westwood Blueprint Co. (1963), the Whittles (1967), Who's Who in America (1951), Wiener Musikakademie (1951), Louis Williams (1965), Hanns Winter (1955), Arlene Barbara Woehl (1965), Mrs. Marie Wolfrum (1951), Helene & Georg Wolfsohn (1951), World Biography (1952), World Council of Churches (1962)
WNYC-FM – 4 items (1954-1956)
Herman G. Wallenfels – 3 items (s.d.)
Wallraf-Richartz Museum – 3 items (1959-1960)
Alec Walton – 3 items (1960)
Opera Society of Washington, Inc. – 8 items (1961)
Glenn Watkins – 6 items (1961-1964)
Anton & Minne von Webern – 3 items (s.d.)
Arthur Weisberg – 2 items (1964)
Norbert Weiss – 3 items (1967)
Mary Wennerstrom – 2 items (1966)
Wergo Schallplatten – 32 items (1964-1968)
Westdeutscher Rundfunk – 110 items (1956-1964)
Westminster Recording Co., Inc. – 21 items (1964-1967)
Eric W. White – 3 items (1961-1965)
Wiener Bank-Verein – 31 items (1924-1930)
Wiener Festwochen – 5 items (1960-1965)
Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft – 4 items (1954)
Wiener Singakademie – 2 items (1951)
Wiener Stadtbibliothek – 4 items (1960-1961)
Ronald A. Wilford Associates Inc. – 2 items (1955)
Williams and Norgate Ltd. – 50 items (1951-1957)
Franz Willnauer – 2 items (1960)
Allen Winold – 5 items (1964)
Karl H. Wörner – 19 items (1954-1964)
Wolper Productions Inc. – 2 items (1964)
Hans Christoph Worbs – 6 items (1962)
World University Library – 2 items (1967)
Wright's Book Shop – 3 items (1962)
Württembergische Landesbibliothek Stuttgart – 3 items (1961)

"Y" correspondence – 27 items (1940-1966)
General (1 item each): Ginji Yamane (1953), Yehudah Wolf Institute (1953)
Yale University – 2 items (1963)
Peter & Frances Mullen Yates – 20 items (1940-1966)
Yleisradio – 3 items (1958)

"Z" correspondence – 126 items (1912-1967)
General (1 item each): Albertine Zehme (1912), Gertrude Zeisl (1967), Louise Zemlinsky (1951), Zürich (1957), Züricher Tonhalle (s.d.)
Gerd Zacher – 3 items (1966)
Winfried Zillig – 114 items (1951-1966)
Jorge Zulueta – 2 items (1958-1964)
Fritz & Friderike Zweig – 2 items (1951)

Unidentified – 43 items (1912-1967)
Financial records – 3.5 linear feet (1940-1968)
Bank statements, checks, etc. (1945-1968)
Receipts, etc. (1945, 1947, 1949-1968)
Taxes, etc. (1940-1966)

Interviews with Gertrud Schoenberg – 4 items (s.d.)

Lectures, addresses, speeches, etc. – 28 items (1952-1965)
Not by Gertrud Schoenberg – 10 items (1952-1965)
1. [?] Adorno, Theodor Wiesengrund. "Arnold Schönberg: Phantasie für Geige mit Klavierbegleitung, op. 47."
2. Adorno, Theodor Wiesengrund. "Über einige Arbeiten von Arnold Schönberg."
3. Gerhard, Roberto. "Schoenberg reminiscences." BBC, March 1952.
4. Mayer, Hans. "Ausklang und Erbe des Literarischen Expressionismus." Convegno Internazionale di Studi sull'Espressionismo, Florence, 18-23 May 1964.
5. Rognoni, Luigi. "Il significato dell'espressionismo come fenomenologia del linguaggio musicale." Convegno Internazionale di Studi sull'Espressionismo, Florence, 18-23 May 1964.
6. Rufer, Josef. "Schönberg–gestern, heute und morgen." Österreichische Gesellschaft für Musik, Vienna, May 1965.
7. Rufer, Josef. "Schönberg und die 'Erwartung'." Hamburger Staatsoper, 24 Sept. 1954.
8. Schoenberg Nono, Nuria. "[Wedding speech]", Venice, 29 July 1955.
9. Stuckenschmidt, Hans Heinz. "'Das Erbe des Espressionismus in der Musik'." Convegno Internazionale di Studi sull'Espressionismo, Florence, 18-23 May 1964.
10. Zillig, Winfried. "Neue Musik und Rundfunkhörer'." radio program "Der kluge Mann und das Radio," Tagung in Arnoldshain, 27 June 1956.
By Gertrud Schoenberg, on Arnold Schoenberg – 18 items (s.d.)

Libretti – 10 items (s.d.)
Moses und Aron translations – 8 items
Miscellaneous translations – 2 items (Jakobsleiter; Pierrot lunaire, op. 21)

Lists – ca. 156 items (ca. 1949-1964)
1. People and addresses (including card files, address books, business cards) – ca. 52 items (pre 1951 - post 1954)
2. Arnold Schoenberg works – 55 items (ca. 1949-1964)
Copyrights, etc. – 11 items
Music – 17 items
Performances – 6 items
Paintings, drawings, etc. – 4 items
Recorded voice, etc. – 4 items
Texts, letters, etc. – 4 items
Miscellaneous – 9 items
3. Miscellaneous inventories, etc., and notes – ca. 49 items (s.d.)

Music – 51 items (1789-1965)
Busoni, Ferruccio: Berceuse élégiaque (arr. Erwin Stein) (1965)
Debussy, Claude: Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faun (1899; 1963)
Haydn, Joseph: Adrianna a Naxos (1789?; 1965)
Hoffmann, Richard (2 works):
1. Orchestra piece (1952; 1957)
2. Orchestra piece (1961; 1963)
Maegaard, Jan (2 works):
1. 5 preludes for solo violin (1957) (1961)
2. Serenade for Klaver, Violin, Violoncel, "O alter Duft aus Märchenzeit" (1960)
Schoenberg, Arnold (44 works):
1. 2 Gesänge, op. 1 (1898; 1964) – galleys
2. 4 Lieder, op. 2 (1899; 1964) – galleys
3. 6 Lieder, op. 3 (1903; 1964) – galleys
4. 8 Lieder, op. 6 (1905; 1964) – galleys
5. Quartet, strings, no. 2, op. 10 (1908) – sketches (copy)
6. 2 Balladen, op. 12 (1906; 1964) – galleys
7. 2 Lieder, op. 14 (1908; 1964) – galleys
8. 15 Gedichte aus Das Buch der hängenden Gärten, op. 15 (1909; 1964) – galleys
9. Stücke, orchestra, op. 16 (1949; 1952)
10. Concerto, piano, op. 42 (1942) – sketches (copy)
11. 3 songs, op. 48 (1933; 1964) – galleys
12. 3 folksongs, op. 49 (1948)
13. Dreimal tausend Jahre, op. 50a (1949; 1955) – galleys, score
14. Am Strande (1909; 1964) – galleys
15. Die Beiden (1899; 1964) – galleys (2 sets)
16. Daß schon die Maienzeit vorüber (1896; 1964) – galleys (2 sets)
17. Deinem Blick mich zu bequemen (1903; 1964) – galleys
18. Drüben geht die Sonne scheiden (1964) – galleys
19. Du kehrst mir den Rücken (1893; 1964) – galleys
20. Ecloge (1897; 1964) – galleys (2 sets)
21. Einsam bin ich und alleine (1896; 1964) – galleys
22. Gedenken (1903; 1964) – galleys
23. Gott grüß dich, Marie (1893; 1964) – galleys
24. Gruß in die Ferne (1900; 1964) – galleys
25. Im Fliederbusch ein Vöglein saß (1896; 1964) – galleys
26. In hellen Träumen hab ich Dich oft geschaut (1964) – galleys
27. Die Jakobsleiter (1922) – handwritten full score fragment (diazo copy), handwritten full score fragment (photocopy); handwritten condensed score fragment (diazo copy)
28. 3 kleine Orchesterstücke (1910) – galleys (copy)
29. Könnt' ich zu dir, mein Licht (1896; 1964) – galleys
30. Lied der Schnitterin (1964) – galleys
31. Mädchenfrühling (1897; 1964) – galleys (2 sets)
32. Mädchenlied (1900; 1964) – galleys
33. Mannesbangen (pre 1900; 1964) – galleys
34. Mein Herz, das ist ein tiefer Schacth (1964) – galleys (2 sets)
35. Mein Schatz ist wie ein Schneck (1893; 1964) – galleys
36. Moses und Aron (1932) – sketches (copy)
37. Nicht doch! (1897; 1964) – galleys (2 sets)
38. Nur das tut mir so bitterweh' (1896; 1964) – galleys
39. Der Pflanze, die dort über dem Abgrund schwebt (1896; 1964) – galleys
40. Symphony in 4 movements (1937) – sketches (copy)
41. Waldesnacht (1896; 1964) – galleys
42. Wanderlied (1964) – galleys
43. Zweifler (1895; 1964) – galleys
44. Unidentified – sketches (copy)

Official documents for Henrietta Kolisch (née Hoffmann), Luigi Nono, Nuria Nono (née Schoenberg), Arnold Schoenberg, Gertrud Schoenberg (née Kolisch), Lawrence Schoenberg, Ronald Schoenberg – 85 items (1898-1965)
1. Certificates of birth, baptism, marriage – 6 items (1898-1937)
2. House and mortgage related documents – 6 items (1937-1953)
3. Medical records, including immunization and vaccination documents – 6 items (1933-1964)
4. Military service documents – 10 items (1914-1918)
5. Travel documents, including passports and visas – 15 items (1918-1965)
6. Miscellaneous documents – 42 items (1915-1965)
Contracts
Credit cards
Emigration and naturalization documents
Identification cards and documents
Organizational membership cards and identifications
Social security cards and documents
Warranties
Wills

Periodical issues – 30 titles (50 items) (1925-1967)
1. American choral review 9/1 (Fall 1966)
2. Ars Viva Informationsblatt (News bulletin) 1 (1 Jan. 1950), 3 (1 Mar. 1950), 4 (1 Apr. 1950)
3. Aut aut: rivista di filosofia e di cultura 17 (Sept. 1953)
4. Birkel-Richardson: review of recorded music (Mar. 1952)
5. Chord and discord: a journal of modern and musical progress 2/7 (1954)
6. Forum: Österreichische Monatsblätter für Kulturelle Freiheit 7/79-80 (July-Aug. 1960)
7. Inter-American music bulletin 53 (May 1966)
8. Journal of the American musicological society 6/1 (Spr. 1953)
9. KPFK: the program folio 3/3 (21 Aug. - 3 Sept. 1961), 3/7 (16-29 Oct. 1961), 3/8 (30 Oct. - 12 Nov. 1961)
10. Library of Congress quarterly journal of current acquisitions 10/1 (Nov. 1952), 11/1 (Nov. 1953)
11. Melos: Zeitschrift für neue Musik 21/3 (Mar. 1954), 21/4 (Apr. 1954), 26/11 (Nov. 1959), 27/4 (Apr. 1960), 27/5 (May 1960), 27/6 (June 1960), 28/11 (Nov. 1961), 32/9 (Sept. 1965), 34/7-8 (July-Aug. 1967)
12. Music survey: a quarterly review 4/1 (Oct. 1951), 4/3 (June 1952).
13. The musical quarterly 37/4 (Oct. 1951), 38/4 (Oct. 1952), 50/2 (Apr. 1964)
14. Opern Journal: Informationen, Bilder, Essays 3 (Nov. 1965)
15. Philips music herald: a quarterly about music and records (Autumn 1966)
16. Prisma 4 (1949), 1 (1950)
17. Die Reihe: Information über serielle Musik 2 (1955)
18. Santa Cecilia: rivista dell'Accademia nazionale di Santa Cecilia 2/2 (May 1953)
19. Schweizerische Musikzeitung: Schweizer Musikpädagogische Blätter = Revue musicale suisse: feuillets suisses de Pédagogie musicale 105/5 (Sept.-Oct. 1965)
20. The score: a music magazine 25 (June 1959), 27 (July 1960), 28 (Jan. 1961)
21. Sinn und Form: Beiträge zur Literatur 17/1-2 (1965)
22. SNM: Society of new music 7/1 (Feb. 1955)
23. Time: the weekly newsmagazine 58/4 (23 July 1951)
24. Die Tribüne: Halbmonatsschrift der Bühnen der Stadt Köln 24/18 (1954/55)
25. The twentieth century 166/994 (Dec. 1959)
26. UCLA weekly calendar 32/9 (25 Nov. 1962)
27. UE nachrichten (Oct. 1951) (Apr. 1954)
28. Il verri: rivista di letteratura 3/5 (Oct. 1959)
29. Your musical cue 1/7 (May 1965)
30. Zeitbilder: Beilage zur Vossischen Zeitung 25 (21 June 1925)

Photographs – 860 items
1. Gertrud Schoenberg (née Kolisch) – 47 items
2. Gertrud Schoenberg (née Kolisch) with one other relative – 50 items
Rudolf Kolisch I – 1 item
Luigi Nono – 1 item
Maria Nono – 1 item
Arnold Schoenberg – 6 items
Lawrence Schoenberg – 7 items
Nuria Nono (née Schoenberg) – 29 items
Ronald Schoenberg – 2 items
Maria "Mitzi" Seligmann (née Kolisch) – 3 items
3. Gertrud Schoenberg (née Kolisch) with one other non-relative – 11 items
Vivian Gilbert – 2 items
Helmut Lachenmann – 1 item
Winfried Zillig – 1 item
Winfried Zillig's girlfriend – 1 item
Unidentified – 6 items
4. Gertrud Schoenberg (née Kolisch) with multiple relatives (Joan Hoffmann, Henrietta Kolisch (née Hoffmann), Lorna Kolisch, Rudolf Kolisch II, Nuria Nono (née Schoenberg), Silvia Nono, Nono père, Arnold Schoenberg, Barbara Schoenberg (née Zeisl), Lawrence Schoenberg, Ronald Schoenberg, Maria "Mitzi" Seligmann (née Kolisch)) – 24 items
5. Gertrud Schoenberg (née Kolisch) with multiple people (Jack Bornoff, von Butler, DeFouw, Warren Langlie, Zubin Mehta & wife, Sotirios Messinis, Luigi Pestalozza, Loredana Pognici, Tibertius, Willy Strecker, Heitor Villa-Lobos & wife, Winfried Zillig, unidentified); including relatives (Richard Hoffmann, Luigi Nono, Nuria Nono (née Schoenberg), Silvia Nono, Arnold Schoenberg, Ronald Schoenberg, Maria "Mitzi" Seligmann (née Kolisch)) – 48 items
6. Individual relatives of Gertrud Schoenberg (née Kolisch) – 274 items
Ottilie Blumauer (née Schönberg) – 1 item
Arnold Greissle – 1 item
Gertrud Greissle (née Schönberg) – 1 item
Anna Hoffmann – 1 item
Joan Hoffmann – 3 items
Paul F. Hoffmann – 1 item
Paul Hoffmann – 1 item
Henrietta Kolisch (née Hoffmann) – 4 items
Rudolf Kolisch I – 3 items
Rudolf Kolisch II – 10 items
Luigi Nono – 8 items
Nuria Nono (née Schoenberg) – 59 items
Serena Nono – 10 items
Silvia Nono – 35 items
Arnold Schoenberg – 17 items
Barbara Schoenberg (née Zeisl) – 5 items
Jill Schoenberg (née Whittle) – 21 items
Lawrence Schoenberg – 39 items
Ronald Schoenberg – 19 items
Maria "Mitzi" Seligmann (née Kolisch) – 6 items
Daryl Whittle – 6 items
Steve Whittle – 1 item
Tony Whittle – 1 item
Alexander Zemlinsky – 1 item
Unidentified – 20 items
7. Multiple relatives of Gertrud Schoenberg (née Kolisch) (Anna Hoffmann, Joan Hoffmann, Jolantha Hoffmann, Paul F. Hoffmann, Paul R. Hoffmann, Richard Hoffmann, Henrietta Kolisch (née Hoffmann), Rudolf Kolisch I, Luigi Nono & father, Nuria Nono (née Schoenberg), Rina Nono Pivato, Serena Nono, Silvia Nono, Max Ott, Arnie Schoenberg, Arnold Schoenberg, Barbara Schoenberg (née Zeisl), Brigitte Schönberg, Jill Schoenberg (née Whittle), Julie Schoenberg, Lawrence Schoenberg, Ronald Schoenberg, Misha Seligmann, Alfred Whittle, Daryl Whittle, Doris Whittle & mother, Tony Whittle, Valery Whittle, Unidentified) – 102 items
8. Pets and animals – 12 items
9. Groups (Hanns Eisler, "Tante" Friede, Eduard Gärtner, Pia Gilbert, Benar Heifetz, Ilona Jellinek, Felix Khuner, Lotte Klemperer, Fritz Kreisler, Robert Owen Lehman, Eugene Lehner, E. Rosenthal, Margherita Rosenthal, Louis Savant, May, Melanie Schwindler, Rina Semenoff, Erwin Stein, Gerald Strang & son, Anton Swarowsky, Anton Webern, Adolph Weiss, unidentified); including relatives of Gertrud Schoenberg (née Kolisch) (Rudolf Kolisch II, Luigi Nono, Nuria Nono (née Schoenberg), Silvia Nono, Sara (née Rykoff), Arnie Schoenberg, Arnold Schoenberg, Barbara Schoenberg (née Zeisl), Jill Schoenberg (née Whittle), Julie Schoenberg, Lawrence Schoenberg, Ronald Schoenberg, Maria "Mitzi" Seligmann (née Kolisch), Alfred Whittle, Daryl Whittle, Doris Whittle, Steve Whittle, Valery Whittle, Renee "Cookie" Zeisl) – 70 items
10. Individuals unrelated to Gertrud Schoenberg (née Kolisch) – 24 items
Aldor – 1 item
Johannes Brahms – 1 item
Marya Freund – 2 items
Vivian Gilbert – 2 items
Dorothy Kirkman – 1 item
Johanna Klemperer – 1 item
Milton Koblitz – 1 item
Hansi Mandl – 1 item
Jessy Standler – 2 items
Hilde Toldi – 1 item
Agnes Henrietta Maria "Mitzi" Erpenbach Weiss – 1 item
Hanns Winter – 1 item
Winfried Zillig – 1 item
Winfried Zillig's girlfriend – 1 item
Unidentified – 7 items
11. Groups excluding Gertrud Schoenberg (née Kolisch) and excluding relatives (Mario Berini, Betty Blumberg, John Cage, Alejo Carpenter, Carlos Chávez, Aaron Copland, Alberto Ginastera, Howard Halma, Harold Haugh, Thor Johnson, Bess Koblitz, Milton Koblitz, Oskar Natzka, Dika Newlin, Dorothy Newlin, Heiter Rufer, Josef Rufer, Gunther Scheider-Schott & wife, Herbert Sielmann, Annette Slotnikow, Hermann Spitz, Erika Stiedry (née Wagner), Polyna Stoska, Nell Tangeman, Virgil Thomson, David Tudor, Philie Wheelwright, Ralph Wheelwright, Unidentified) – 31 items
12. Ensembles (Gurrelieder, Moses und Aron) – 5 items
13. Places – 88 items
Amsterdam – 1 item
Barcelona – 11 items
Edinburgh – 1 item
Florence – 1 item
Guanajuato, Mexico – 1 item
London – 1 item
Airport, Los Angeles – 10 items
Rockingham house, Los Angeles – 8 items
Lawrence Schoenberg's apartment, West Los Angeles – 4 items
Madrid – 1 item
Moon – 1 item
New York Public Library – 1 item
Notre Dame – 1 item
Pacific Palisades – 5 items
Taormina – 1 item
Venice – 2 items
Nuria Nono's (née Schoenberg) living room, Venice – 2 items
Vienna – 4 items
Chateau Kolinle Widman – 1 item
Exhibits – 2 items
Goethe memorial – 1 item
Île de France – 1 item
Organs – 3 items
Rudolf Kolisch II grave – 1 item
Miscellaneous – 23 items
14. Art – 47 items
By Arnold Schoenberg – 20 items
Of Arnold Schoenberg – 13 items
Miscellaneous – 14 items
15. Stagings of Arnold Schoenberg operas – 21 items
Erwartung, op. 17 – 3 items
Die glückliche Hand, op. 18 – 6 items
Von heute auf morgen, op. 32 – 6 items
Moses und Aron – 6 items 1
16. Multiple images, contact sheets, strips, etc. – 5 items
17. Arnold Schoenberg, letter, 16 Sept. 1949,
"Erst nach dem Tode"... – 1 item
18. Albums, sleeves, etc. (all empty)

Posters – 3 items (1962-1966)
1962 (Jakobsleiter) – 2 items
1963 (op. 34) – 1 item

Programs (Schoenberg) – 136 items (1911-1968)
1911 (opp. 7, 9, 10, 21, 24) – 1 item
1921 (Jakobsleiter; Strauss Lagunenwalzer arr.; Strauss Rosen aus dem Süden arr.) – 2 items 1924 (opp. 17, 18) – 3 items 1930 – 1 item 1936 (op. 26) – 1 item 1940 (opp. 11, 19, 25, 33a, etc.) – 1 item
1947 – 1 item
1951 (opp. 4, 10, 11, 16, 17, 21, 26, 31, 38, 47; Bach 2 chorale preludes arr.; etc.) – 14 items
1952 (opp. 4, 7, 10, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 34, 37, 41, 45, 48; String quartet, D (1897)) – 18 items
1953 (opp. 7, 10, 14, 21, 30, 31, 34, 37, 38, 41, 42, 43b, 45, 46, 47, 48; Dance around the golden calf) – 16 items
1954 (opp. 9, 11, 19, 21, 23, 25, 33a, 33b, 36, 42, 47; Moses und Aron; Bach Prelude & fugue arr.) – 11 items
1955 (opp. 4, 17, 24, 25, 31, 34) – 6 items 1956 (opp. 8, 13, 30, 43a, 50b) – 3 items
1957 (Moses und Aron) – 1 item
1958 (op. 42) – 1 item
1959 (opp. 10, 15, 21; Gurrelieder excerpt; Moses und Aron) – 6 items
1960 (opp. 16, 21, 31; Moses und Aron) – 5 items
1961 (opp. 8, 9, 10, 16, 18, 22, 25, 30, 31, 37, 46, 49, 50c; Dance around the golden calf; 3 kleine Orchesterstücke (1910); Lied der Waldtaube; Moses und Aron; Bach 2 chorale preludes arr.) – 9 items
1962 (opp. 2, 3, 16, 17, 18, 19, 27, 32, 35, 38b, 41, 45; German folksong settings; Jakobsleiter) – 10 items
1963 (opp. 9b, 11, 13, 17, 18, 32, 41, 47, 48; Jakobsleiter) – 5 items
1964 (opp. 10, 11, 17, 18, 19, 23, 41, 50a; Gurrelieder; 3 kleine Orchesterstücke (1910); etc.) – 7 items
1965 (opp. 5, 10, 13, 16, 18, 20, 22, 25, 29, 39, 41, 50a; Gurrelieder; Moses und Aron) – 8 items
1966 (opp. 2, 13, 14, 19, 24, 25, 30, 33a, 38b, 47, 49; Es gingen zwei Gespielen gut; Moses und Aron) – 4 items
1967 (opp. 13, 19, 20, 45, 46, 47, 50b; Am Strande; Gedenken) – 1 item
1968 (Moses und Aron) – 1 item

Programs (non-Schoenberg) – 18 items (1952-1968)

Realia – 6 boxes (6.5 linear feet)
Blank/unused paper
Blank/unused envelopes and stationery
Blank/unused oversize envelopes
Blank/unused folders
Blank/unused file dividers
Stamps and address labels
Empty cardboard boxes
Empty metal file boxes
Empty notebooks
Keys
Pencils
Miscellaneous: Handbag, Letter opener, Plastic glove, Cigarette case, Small metal box, Military? uniform? ornament, Czech money, Small homemade wooden desktop easel, 3 plaster deathmasks of Arnold Schoenberg originally wrapped in 2 dishtowels and a pink scarf
Paper clips, paper fasteners, unidentified blank scraps of paper torn from other documents

Recordings – 10 items (193?-1964?) – modern (1996) cassette reference dub exists for *
Non-commercial:
1. Kolisch, Rudolf: "Kolisch talk" on Arnold Schoenberg, 3/5/52, BBC (3 acetate discs = 5 sides, 78 rpm)*
2. RCA Victor home recording record: "I. ArTruNur (Arnold, Trude, Nuria Schoenberg, 20.I.35); II. ArTruNur"; "I. Trude zuerst dann Arnold dann Trude; II. Nuria spricht und mit suff[ilg.]"; "II. Vorsuch" (3 discs, 6", 45? rpm)
3. Schoenberg, Arnold: Concerto, piano, op. 42. – Glenn Gould, piano. – "Reference Scianni[?], XLP 55845, Schoenberg/Gould" (acetate disc = 1 side, 33 1/3 rpm)
4. Schoenberg, Arnold: Variations, orchestra, op. 31 (10" open-reel tape)
5. Schoenberg, Gertrud: Thank you speech, German, 3 takes (acetate disc = 2 sides, 78 rpm)*
6. Test record, not for sale, Metropole no. 169,1 [s.1]; 169,2 [s.2], Title: Minuetto [s.1]; Scherzo [s.2]; Artiste: The Viennese String Quartet (1 disc, 10", 78? rpm)
7. VA=Co Recording Disc (3 cardboard/acetate discs + 1 metal/acetate disc, 10", 78? rpm)
Commercial:
1. Columbia MS 6379 [LP], p1962. – Contents: George Barati's Chamber concerto (1952); George Rochberg's Symphony no. 2. – Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Barati); New York Philharmonic; Werner Torkanowsky, conductor (Rochberg). – Autographed by Rochberg to Gertrud Schoenberg, Christmas, 1962.
2. Parlophon B. 25.539 (76.719, 76.716) [78 rpm], [s.d.]. – Contents: El Alma de la copla (Quintero y Guillen) Fandangos, "Del palomo mensajero", "Contra mi se revolvió"; "Que acabe mi sufrimento", "Nadie puede presumir" (M. Patiño) Fandangos. – Lola Cabello con acomp. de guitarra Miguel Borrull.
3. Seattle Symphony SS-5001 [LP], p1964. – Contents: Ernst von Dohnányi's Suite in F sharp minor, op. 19; Paul Hindemith's Symphonic metamorphoses on themes by Weber. – Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Milton Katims, conductor. – Autographed by Katims to Gertrud Schoenberg, Oct. 1965.

Text manuscripts – 84 items
By Arnold Schoenberg – 11 items (some originals, some copies)
1. ..."the activities of those who are equally daring"...
2. "Diese Psalme gebe ich denen"...
3. "Endlich begonnen"... (1912)
4. Gefahr–Angst
5. "Ich bitte das ganze Opus"...
6. "Ich sage nicht der"...
7. "Mein steuer los' Schiff"...
8. Napoléon patience
9. Symbols for recording of tennis games
10. "Verleger, Freunde,"...
11. Hermann Löns' "Jeduch" in Neuer Deutscher Balladenschatz (Sonderheft der Woche), annotated
By Gertrud Schoenberg – 73 items (multiple drafts, typescripts, carbons, etc.)
1. The Barber's Stew – 7 items (1947)
2. Biography of Arnold Schoenberg,... – 6 items (post 1951)
3. Radio show proposals – 9 items (English)
4. Rien ne va plus – 2 items
5. Tennis play – 10 items (German & English)
6. Von heute auf morgen – 2 items
7. Where there is a will, there is a way – 5 items (1943)
8. Miscellaneous – 26 items
9. Diaries – 34 items (1912-1959); Transcriptions of diaries (and photocopies of transcriptions) – 4 items (1912-1928; 1929-1940; 1941-1950; 1950-1951)
10. Spanish exercises – 2 items

 

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