American Music Center (New York)

Collection, 1940-1963: 1 folder (20 leaves, 3 booklets)

American Music Center – founded in 1940 in New York to encourage the creation, performance, publication, distribution, and recording of American music. It provides technical assistance to composers and performing ensembles, and houses a circulating library of scores, tapes, and discs. It also maintains files on composers and their works.

Contents

catalogs of Schoenberg's works published by Associated Music Publishers (16 pp.) and Universal Edition (8 pp.)
clippings (12 items: 1940-1963)
correspondence (1 item: 1950) with American Music Center (Ray Green)
concert flier (1 item: 1959)
lists (4 leaves) of Schoenberg's American music (opp. 38-50b)
program (1 item: 1954) program notes (4 leaves)

Correspondents

Arnold Schoenberg (Richard Hoffmann (1 item: 1950))

Music cited

Program, program notes, clippings, concert flier: opp. 4, 5, 11, 19, 21, 23, 25, 31, 33a, 33b, 42, 44, 45, 47, 50c
 

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