Schoenberg Nono, Nuria, 1932-

Collection, 1912-2012: 3 boxes (37 folders (1,200 leaves, 2 booklets, 2 little boxes (open), 6 periodicals)), 1 book, 53 photographs, also uncounted articles, clippings, programs, recordings, etc.

Nuria Schoenberg Nono--younger daughter of Arnold Schoenberg. She married (1955) the composer Luigi Nono (1924-1990). She has compiled several books, written articles, and been the subject of many interviews on Schoenberg.

Contents

finding aids (8 leaves)
finding aid to Schoenberg correspondence at ASI (54 leaves)
advertisements (6 leaves: 1991-1994)
articles (12 items: 1924-1995)
booklet (2 items: 1993) for exhibit "Adrian Leverkühn", collection of photographs by Paula Foá
clippings (ca. 160 items: 1950-2010)
correspondence (160 items: 1912-2012) with Accademia Filarmonica Romana, Academia Nazonale di Santa Cecilia, Béla Bartók, Böhlau Verlag, Ottilie Blumauer, Bundeskanzleramt (Wien), Erhard Buschbeck, Paul Dessau, Dumont Verlag, S. Fischer Verlag, Galeria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna, Gran Teatre del Liceu, Felix Greissle, Grove Weidenfeld, Hanser Verlag, Stefan G. Harpner, Carla Henius, Margot Hinnenberg-Lefèbre, Internationale Schönberg Gesellschaft, Lisa Jalowetz Aronson, Katholisches Pfarramt St. Ludwig (Berlin), Leon Kirchner, Johanna Klemperer, Landesfinanzamt Berlin, Natalie Limonick, Löcker Verlag, Médiathèque Musicale Mahler, Massimo Mila, Barry Miller, Nationalgalerie Berlin, Nicole Ristow, Luigi Rognoni, Gertrude Sandner-Fröhlich , Schlionsky, Georg Schönberg, Gertrud Schoenberg, Ronald Schoenberg, Nuria Schoenberg Nono, Schönbrunn Film, Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus , Rudolf Stephan, Suhrkamp Verlag, Thirteen, Josef Travnicek, Universal Edition (Emil Hertzka, Alfred Schlee), Buchmarketing GmbH (Octavia Zanin), Wiener Stadt- und Landesbibliothek
essays on Schoenberg as artist (7 items: 1989)
documents (2 items: 1932-1974: certificate of birth; deed of donation ISG)
documents relating to Schoenberg events (exhibits, conferences, lectures, etc.) taking place in Badenweiler, Bologna, Cologne, London, Manchester, Milan, Munich, Paris, Reggio Emilia, Vienna, Weserburg (1960-2011)
lecture, "Arnold Schoenberg: the man who revolutionised music" by Clive Marks (3 items: 198-)
lecture, Speech at the opening of the Schönberg-House in Mödling by Nuria Schoenberg Nono (5 leaves: 1974)
list (2 leaves) of Schoenberg/Casella correspondence
microfiche index (9 leaves)
miscellaneous (22 items: 1905-1991), analysis of Op. 26 by Brinkmann, dedication, drawings, Schoenberg FBI file (copy), art, poetry, patient list, receipt, clippings, essays, postcard (Georges Rouault: Three Judges), map (Wiener Zentralfriedhof)
music, printed (3 items: 1930-194?)
music, manuscript (1 item: 1960) by Peter Kolman
documents relating to B.F. Dolbin (12 items), Krasner
periodicals (6 items: 1959-1992)
photographs (230 leaves, 2 little boxes, 2 CDs) of Schoenberg family, friends, Schoenberg stage settings and paintings, Schoenberg manuscripts and letters, Nuria Schoenberg Nono and contemporaries
photo album (1 album, 57 leaves: 1932-1936) made by Arnold Schoenberg, documenting his daughter Nuria growing up
programs (ca. 30 items: 1924-2011)
text documents (1 item: "Amerikanische Anekdoten" by Gertrud Schoenberg)
video recording (1 item), op. 46 conducted by Horst Stein, op. 9 conducted by Erich Leinsdorf

Correspondents

Accademia Filarmonica Romana (1 item: 1966)
Academia Nazonale di Santa Cecilia (Alessandro Bustini [1 item: 1951])
Aronson, Lisa Jalowetz (1 item: 1991)
Austrian Consulate of Los Angeles (1 item: 1991)
Alban Berg (1 item: 1935?)
Böhlau Verlag (Harald Klauhs [1 item: 1988])
Bundeskanzleramt (1 item: 1974)
John Cage (1 item: 1991)
Centro d'Art (Filippo Juvarra (1 item: 1977))
Paul Dessau (2 items: 1941, 1975)
Barry Miller (1 item: 1975)
Donaueschingen Festival (Burkard (2 items: 1924))
Dumont Verlag (2 items: 1973)
S. Fischer Verlag (7 items: 1973-1992)
Gran Teatre del Liceu (Adelita Rocha [1 item: 1985])
Galeria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna (3 items: 1972)
Grove Weidenfeld ( Fred Jordan, Peter Stephan Jungk [2 items: 1990])
Hanser Verlag (1 item: 1972)
Harpner, Stefan G. (2 items: 1972-73)
Carla Henius (1 item: 1998)
Internationale Schönberg Gesellschaft (2 items: 1974)
Katholisches Pfarramt St. Ludwig, Berlin (1 item: 1954)
Lotte Klemperer (1 item: 1986)
Rudolf Kolisch (7 items: 1928-1936)
Leon Kirchner (1 item: 1991)
Louis Krasner (2 items: 1991)
Légation de la République Tchécoslovaque à Berlin (2 items: 1933)
Löcker Verlag (Sabine Haase [2 items: 1986-1987])
Massimo Mila (1 item: 1972)
Museen der Stadt Wien (Günter Dürigl [1 item: 1989])
Nationalgalerie Berlin (1 item: 1973)
Thomas Mann (13 items: 1930-1951)
Museen der Stadt Wien (Günter Düriegl [2 items: 1989-1991])
Österreichische Handelsdelegierte in Berlin (Christiane Zwettler (1 item: 1993))
Preussische Akademie der Künste (7 items: 1933)
Preussischer Minister für Wissenschaft, Kunst und Volksbildung (4 items: 1933)
Luigi Rognoni (1 item: 1960)
Josef Rufer (1 item: 1978)
Gertrude Sandner-Fröhlich (3 items: 1974)
Myriam Scherchen (1992: 1 item)
Volker Scherliess (1 item: 1993)
Schönbrunn Film (2 items: 1973)
Arnold Schoenberg (52 items: 19 12-1951)
Georg Schoenberg (1 item: 1971)
Gertrud Schoenberg (2 items: 1951, 1966)
Lawrence Schoenberg (1 item: 1967; filed under Projects: ASI)
Nuria Schoenberg Nono (1 item: 1974; filed under Projects: ASI)
School of Cinema-Television (2 items: 1989)
Alexander Siloti (2 items: 1914)
The South Bank Centre (Joanna Drew [1 item: 1988])
Josef Travnicek (1 item: 1974)
Thirteen (Richard Kaplan [1 item: 1989])
Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus (Armin Zweite [2 items: 1987-1988])
Rudolf Stephan (1 item: 1973)
Suhrkamp Verlag (2 items: 1973)
United States Department of Justice (1 item: 1989)
United States Department of State (1 item: 1989)
Anton Webern (1 item: 1933)
Universal Edition (5 items: 1972-1974)
Ivan Vojtech (2 items: 1989-1991)
Wiener Stadt- und Landesbibliothek (8 items: 1973-1993)

Music cited

Clippings, programs, video-recording: Opp. 4, 5, 9, 10, 13, 15, 17, 18, 21, 22, 24, 32, 34, 37, 38, 44-46, 50a, 50b, Gurre-Lieder, Die Jakobsleiter, "Lied der Waldtaube", Moses und Aron, String quartet concerto, "Der Tanz um das goldene Kalb", songs
Score: Op. 26

 

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