J & J Lubrano (Great Barrington, MA)

Collection, 1938-2000: 5 folders (285 leaves), 1 program

J & J Lubrano, Music Antiquarians--operated by John Lubrano, Jude Lubrano, and Deborah Monahan. In 1994 the ASI purchased this collection of items from the legacy of Erich Simon, assistant conductor to Fritz Stiedry, who led the American premiere of Schoenberg's Op. 38.

Contents

finding aid (1 leaf)
auction catalogs (3 items: 1994, 1995, 1997, 2010, 1989, 1994, 2015)
book (1 item), first edition of Schoenberg's Models for Beginners in Composition
correspondence (3 items: 1994-2000)
correspondence (15 items: 1938-57) with Mark Brunswick, Felix Deutsch, Moses Joel Eisenberg, Erich Simon, Fritz Stiedry
errata lists for the 2nd Chamber Symphony, Op. 38 (parts)
lecture (25 leaves) on Die glückliche Hand, in French
music (34 items), first editions of works by Arnold Schoenberg
program (2 items: [1920, 1929?])
summary of Einführung in die Astrologie als Geheimwissenschaft by Oskar Adler

Correspondents

Oskar Adler (1 item: n.d.) with Erich Simon
ASI (R. Wayne Shoaf (3 items: 1995-1997)
ASC (Therese Muxeneder (1 item: 2014)
Felix Deutsch (2 items: 1938) with Erich Simon
John P. Lubrano (2 items: 1994-1997)
Erich Simon (12 items: 1938-1940) with Mark Brunswick, Felix Deutsch, Arnold Schoenberg, Lilly Wittels
Arnold Schoenberg (7 items: 1938-1949)
Gertrud Schoenberg (2 items: 1957)
Fritz Stiedry (2 items: 1939-1940)

Music cited

Programs: Op. 15
Scores: Opp. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 9b, 13, 15, 16, 18, 21, 23, 25, 26, 35, 38, 39, 45, 47, 48, 49, Gurre-Lieder
Dedications: op. 21

 

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