University of California (Los Angeles)

Collection, 1899-1993: 9 folders (415 leaves, 87 photographs), 3 videotapes

Founded in 1881 as Los Angeles State Normal School, the University of California at Los Angeles became a part of the University of California system in 1919. Schoenberg taught at UCLA from 1936 until his retirement in 1944.

Contents

booklet (from recording Columbia M2S 679)
clippings (18 items: 1990, reviews of My evolution video)
correspondence (16 items: 1974-1993) with Arnold Schoenberg Institute (Leonard Stein), UCLA (Laura Matsis), et al.
exhibit catalogs (2 items, 1963 and 1969) 1963 "Arnold Schoenberg, Paintings and Drawings" at UCLA (photocopy: ) 1969 Schönberg-Berg-Webern: Bilder-Partituren-Dokumente, Museum des 20. Jahrhunderts, Vienna (inscribed to Lawrence Morton from Charles and Kiki Boone)
journal (1914) Zeitecho: Ein Kriegs-Tagebuch der Künstler in cardboard folder labeled "Zeit-Echo #14 - 1915, SCHÖNBERG - OPUS/22-2", containing Schoenberg's song "Alle, welche Dich suchen...", op. 22, Nr. 2, dedicated to Webern, pp. 206-209
music manuscripts (2 items: 1899-1954) of "Mailied", Suite for piano, op.25
87 photographs (Malkin Conservatory scrapbook)
program (1949): concert of pupils in Schoenberg's 2 composition seminars at UCLA, and Schoenberg's first public lecture at UCLA, "My Evolution" (photocopy: 1 leaf)
Scrapbook of the Malkin Conservatory of Music, Boston (photocopy: 173 leaves)
schedules (1934-45) lists of classes taught at UCLA
3 videotapes (My evolution (2 copies), Schoenberg conducting (ca. 1935))

Correspondents

ASI (Jerry McBride (2 items: 1983), R. Wayne Shoaf (4 items: 1990-1993), Clara Steuermann (4 items: 1975-1981))
UCLA (Marsha Berman (2 items: 1974-1975), Stephen M. Fry (2 items: 1991-1993), Edward Richmond (1 item: 1993), Bill Wolfe (1 item: 1990))

Music cited

Scores: Opp. 22 (no. 2), 25, "Mailied"

 

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