New York Public Library

Collection, 1896-1991: 8 folders (380 leaves, 1 photograph), 2 microfilm reels

The New York Public Library--established in 1895, it is the largest collection in the world. Its research branch at Lincoln Center contains divisions of music, dance, recorded sound, and theater. The Research Music Division incorporates a repository of manuscripts, including some pertaining to Schoenberg. Collections of interest include those of Marya Freund, Louis Gruenberg, and the League of Composers.

Contents

finding aids (3 items: 40 leaves)
correspondence (98 items: 1927-1991)
music (6 items): "Mädchenlied", "Sehnsucht", Zemlinsky Op. 3, Adorno Opp. 5, 6, and 7
photograph of Alexander & Mathilde Zemlinsky
program (1937)

Correspondents

ASI (Jerry McBride (3 items: 1983), Clara Steuermann (2 items: 1978-1980), R. Wayne Shoaf (2 items: 1990-1991))
New York Public Library (Frank Campbell (2 items: 1980-1983), Richard Jackson (1 item: 1984))
Arnold Schoenberg (70 items: 1912-1951)
Gertrud Schoenberg (9 items: 1927-1937)
Lawrence Schoenberg (1 item: 1983)
Edward Steuermann (8 items: 1930?-1953?)

Music cited

Program: Opp. 7, 10, 30, 37
Scores: "Mädchenlied", "Sehnsucht", Zemlinsky Op. 3, Adorno Opp. 5, 6, and 7
 

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