The collection consists of printed scores (including scores with performance annotations, analysis, and/or composers' inscriptions),
lecture notes, sound recordings, correspondence, and other papers relating to the life and work of the musicologist and pianist.
Leonard Stein (1916-2004) was teaching and personal assistant to Arnold Schoenberg from 1939 until Schoenberg's death in 1951.
He was also a pianist specializing in contemporary music and Director of the Arnold Schoenberg Institute from 1975 until 1991.
59 boxes (27 linear ft.)
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