Inventory of the Albert Israel Elkus Papers, 1893-1993

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Inventory of the Albert Israel Elkus Papers, 1893-1993

Collection number: ARCHIVES ELKUS 1

The Music Library



University of California, Berkeley

Berkeley, California

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  • Music Library
  • 240 Morrison Hall
  • University of California, Berkeley
  • Berkeley, California, 94720-6000
  • Phone: (510) 642-2623
  • Fax: (510) 642-8237
  • Email: bancref@library.berkeley.edu
  • URL: http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/MUSI/
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Keith Stetson
Date Completed
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Descriptive Summary

Title: Albert Israel Elkus Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1893-1993
Collection number: ARCHIVES ELKUS 1
Creator: Elkus, Albert Israel, 1884-1962
Extent: Number of containers: 18 boxes (5 cartons, 12 legal size document boxes, 1 oversize flat storage box).
Repository: The Music Library
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
Shelf location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the library's online catalog.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

ProvenanceProvenance

Gift of Mrs. Elizabeth Elkus (widow of Albert) in 1965, and on December 26, 1978.

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of the Music Library.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Albert Israel Elkus Papers, ARCHIVES ELKUS 1, The Music Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Biography

Elkus, Albert Israel (b Sacramento, CA, 30 April 1884; d,Oakland, CA 19 Feb 1962). Teacher, pianist, and composer. He received early training from his mother, Bertha Kahn Elkus, and then studied piano with Hugo Mansfeldt in Sacramento and San Francisco from about 1894 to 1906 and attended the University of California, Berkeley (BLitt 1906, MLitt 1907). A gifted pianist, he gave many public recitals during this period throughout northern California, particularly with the Saturday Club of Sacramento. In 1907-1908 he studied theory and composition with Hugo Kaun in Berlin, and on his return to the Bay area in 1909, with Oscar Weil. He again went abroad for three years (1912-1914) and studied privately with Harold Bauer (piano) in Paris, Josef Lhivinne (piano) and Georg Schumann (composition) in Berlin, and Robert Fuchs (composition), Karl Prohaska (counterpoint and composition), and Franz Schalk (conducting) in Vienna. In 1915 he joined the faculty of the Jenkins School of Music in Oakland, and he went on to teach at the San Francisco Conservatory (1923-1925, 1930-1937), returning as director from 1951 to 1957. He also taught at Dominican College, San Rafael (1924-1931), and Mills College (1929-1944). His association with the music department at Berkeley extended from 1931-1959; as chairman (1937-1951), he brought in such distinguished musicians as Bloch, Sessions, Arthur Bliss, Bukofzer, and the Griller Quartet.
As a composer Elkus was not prolific, yet his music is well constructed and effective, written in a conservative, post-Brahmsian tonal style with emphasis on chromatic harmonies tinged with impressionism. His works have been performed by symphony orchestras in San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Paris, London, and elsewhere. With Fora Arnstein and Stewart Young he edited The Letters and Papers of Oscar Weil (1923).
-- New Grove Dictionary of American Music

Related Collection

Title: Albert Israel Elkus papers,
Identifier/Call Number: BANC MSS 82/16 c

Container List

 

SERIES 1: MUSIC COMPOSITIONS

 

SUBSERIES A: WORKS FOR ORCHESTRA

Box 1 , Folder 1

Funeral March, for orchestra. Full score, incomplete.

Additional Note

Signed: Composed March 1899. Written December 1899. [manuscript-I;11 leaves, last 3 blank].
Box 1 , Folder 2-3

Impressions from a Greek Tragedy, for orchestra:

Additional Note

Complete scores, drafts, for orchestra. [86 page bound notebook, (83 pages inkmanuscript, 3 pages blank), 21 loose leaves pencil manuscript].
 

I. Prelude Sostenuto

Box 1 , Folder 4

Impressions from a Greek Tragedy, arranged for two pianos, four hands.

Additional Note

[88 page bound notebook, (84 pages ink manuscript, 4 pages blank) 11 loose leaves inkmanuscript with red pencil corrections].
Box 1 , Folder 5-7

Impressions from a Greek Tragedy,

Additional Note

First drafts. [2 notebooks (51 leaves and 84 leaves, full), ms-I; 49 loose leaves, ms-p;20 loose leaves].
 

II. Allegretto grazioso

 

III. Finale, Andante maestoso.

Box 2 , Folder 1-6

Impressions from a Greek Tragedy, various sketches, completed score for orchestra.

Additional Note

[145 loose leaves ms-p, and 3 scores (One printed; 83 pages, 2 negative photostats; 83pages each)].
Box 3 , Folder 1-5

On a Merry Folk Tune, for small orchestra (1924). Complete scores, arrangement for two pianos, photostats, parts.

Additional Note

Signed: To Louis Persinger. 1209 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley 9, Calif. This rondino is basedon the Swabian folk song "Guten Morgen, liebes Liesl." [photostat; 36 leaves, printedwith pencil corrections; 46 leaves, ms-I; 163 leaves, ms-p; 34 leaves].
Box 3 , Folder 6

Symphony in C Minor . Full score, incomplete.

Additional Note

Signed: Begun February 21, 1898. Added: Composed 1896-1897 (?).Sacramento, Cal. [ms-I; 12 leaves (24 leaves blank)].
Box 3 , Folder 7

Prelude to "G---------", for orchestra. Lento con dolore.

Additional Note

Signed: with an anagram. [ms-I; 4 leaves].
Box 3 , Folder 8

Symphonie in E Major. Full score, incomplete.

Additional Note

Signed: 1897. [ms-I; 22 leaves].
 

SUBSERIES B: CHAMBER MUSIC

Box 3 , Folder 9

String Quartet in Bb Major. Movement III from an unidentified string quartet. Scherzo - allegro.

Additional Note

Sketches and draft of the third movement from a string quartet. No place, no date. [ms-p;6 leaves].
Box 3 , Folder 10-11

String Quartet in C Major:

Additional Note

(Incomplete, movements II, III not included in collection). Drafts and sketches. Signed:Wattmang 7/10 Hietzing, Wien XIII. May 13, 1913. [ms-I; 38 leaves,ms-p; 121 leaves].
 

I. Allegro, ma non troppo

 

IV. Allegro, a lo Zingares.

Box 3 , Folder 12

String Quartet in C Minor:

Additional Note

Score and parts, drafts, sketches. Signed: Wullenwefer Str. 4, Berlin. VIII Lammagasse10 II, Wien, 1911. 2850 Washington St., San Francisco, West614. [ms-I&p; 25 leaves].
 

I. Allegro

 

II. Andante

 

III. Allegro poco vigoroso.

Box 4 , Folder 1

String Quartet No. 1 in D Minor:

Additional Note

Andante con maesto. Score, incomplete (9 measures). Signed: October 16, 1902.[ms-I; 2 leaves].
Box 4 , Folder 2

Quintet for Klavier and Strings:

Additional Note

Pencil lead sketches for three movements of a piano quintet. Signed: Kant Str. 159,Berlin; Charlottenburg. Margrafen Str. 30. [41 leaves].
 

I. Allegro moderato

 

II. Andante sostenuto

 

III. Allegro.

Box 4 , Folder 3

Scène du Ballet for String Quartet.

Additional Note

Complete score, signed: Dedicated to Mr. Kopta. Composed February, 1904. 3042 JacksonStreet, San Francisco. [ms-I; 5 leaves].
Box 4 , Folder 4

Serenade for Quartet of Strings in G Major. 1921. Allegro ben moderato.

Additional Note

Scores, drafts, parts and photostats. Signed: To Adele Stackpole. Lake Tahoe,1942(?); 3042 Jackson Street, San Francisco, Fillmore 1697. 3323Clay Street, San Francisco. [photostat; 27 leaves, negative photostat; 27 leaves, ms-p;12 leaves].
Box 4 , Folder 5

Violin Sonata No. 1 in F-sharp Major.

Additional Note

Score. Signed: Begun Dec.1, 1900. [ms-I; 8 leaves].
Box 4 , Folder 6

Violin Sonata No. 1 in F-sharp Minor.

Additional Note

Incomplete sketch. Signed: Begun Nov. 22, 1900. [ms-I; 4 leaves].
Box 4 , Folder 7a-7

Violin Sonata in F-sharp Minor:

Additional Note

Scores, drafts, parts. Signed: Kant St. 159, Berlin. Wullenwehen Str. 4, Berlin. Tel.Moabit 179, 158 West 76, Schuyler 6444. 3042 Jackson, S.F., Fillmore 1697. [ms-p; 94leaves].
 

I. No tempo indication

 

II. Andante

 

III. Allegretto con moto.

Box 4 , Folder 8a-8b

Piano Trio in F Minor ("Eschscholtzia."):

Additional Note

Score, two drafts, parts. Signed: Dedicated to Mrs. Oscar Mansfeldt. Begun Feb.7, 1900, completed July 2, 1900. Composed Feb., 1899. [notebook; 54 pages,notebook; 50 pages, 137 loose leaves manuscript (both pencil and pen)].
 

I. Allegro moderat

 

II. Andante

 

III. Allegro vivace.

 

SUBSERIES C: PIANO MUSIC (SOLO)

Box 5 , Folder 1

Notebook (contains 14 piano compositions, dating 1893, 1894, 1896, and 1897):

 

I. Jueline Gallop. Allegro. Signed: Dedicated to the horse Jueline. March-April, 1896. Opis (sic) 3 no. 2. Since the Jueline Gallop has been written, it has been played by a band. It was necessary to add an introduction. [ms-I; pp. 1-5 in notebook].

 

II. Santa Claus Dream. Tempo di Waltz. Signed: Opis (sic) 1. December, 1893. [ms-I; pp.6-11].

 

III. Lied. Adagio. Signed: August, 1896. [ms-I; pp. 11-13].

 

IV. The Two Mysteries Song. Words by Mary M. Dodge. Vocal part, but no text. Signed: Composed September, 1896. [ms- I; pp. 13-17].

 

V. Ghost Walk. Andante. Signed: Opis (sic) 2, November 1894. [ms-I; p.18].

 

VI. Romanze (Love's Dream). Largo. Signed: To my Mother. August, 1896. [ms-I; p.22 in notebook].

 

VI. Suite. Signed: To Aunty Lettie.[ms-I; pp. 25-34]

 

Confession (Christmas Day, 1896) Lament (November, 1896)

 

Anger (November, 1896)

 

Evening (December, 1896)

 

Morning (January, 1897)

 

Presto (Supplication) (January, 1897)

 

Finale (December, 1896)

 

VII. Minuet. Andante. Signed: November, 1896. [ms-I; page 35].

 

VIII. Demons Dance. Signed: March, 1897. The first movement in major is an introduction to the dance. It is then followed by a furious dance. It ends with the major movement. [ms-I; pp. 35-36].

 

IX. 2 Preludium. One in F major, one in F minor. Signed: April, 1897. [ms-I; p.37-45] Slumber Song. Signed: Composed April 30th,1897. [ms-I; pp. 46-51].

 

X. Funeral March No. 2. (from Symphony in C Minor). Signed: Composed May, 1897. [ms-I; p.52-55].

 

XI. Funeral March No. 3. Signed: Composed May, 1897. [ms-I; p.56-57].

 

XII. Mazurka. [ms-I; pp.58-61].

 

XIII. Funeral March, No. 1 (from "Julius Caesar"). [ms-I; p.62-65].

 

XIV. Etude. [ms-I; pp.66-67].

Box 5 , Folder 2

Notebook (contains 3 piano compositions, dating 1896 & 1898). Signed: Compositions of Albert I. Elkus. Merry Xmas to Mrs. Mansfeldt From Albert I Elkus. [5 leaves].

 

I. Mazurka in B Minor. Signed: May, 1898. [ms-I; p.1-9].

 

II. Suite: Signed: Christmas Day, 1896. [ms-I; pp.9-26].

 

Confession

 

Lament

 

Anger

 

Morning

 

Evening

 

Presto

 

Adagio

 

Largo

 

Finale

 

III. Funeral March No. 4. Signed: June, 1898. [ms-I; p.27-32].

Box 5 , Folder 3

Notebook containing 5 piano compositions, Dating 1896, 1897 & 1898. Signed: Master Elkus. Compositions of Albert I. Elkus 1208/ 10th [Street, Sacramento, California. [Bound notebook, 33 pages].

 

I. Concerto in F-sharp Minor, arranged for two pianos. Adagio. Signed: First piano composed December, 1896; second piano composed January, 1897. [ms-I; pp.1-21].

 

II. Wedding March(incomplete). Signed: To Aunty Lettie and Uncle Simon. March 29, 1898. [ms-I; p.22-23].

 

III. Mazurka in B Minor. Signed April, 1898. [ms-I; p.24-27].

 

IV. Adagio(from Suite for Piano). [ms-I; p.28-31 in notebook].

 

V. Largo [from Suite for Piano]. [ms-I; pp. 32-33].

Box 5 , Folder 4

Notebook containing 5 piano compositions, dating 1898. [Bound; 25 pages].

 

I. Difficilis Scribere. Signed: December 16, 1898. Hard to write, because of its departing from the original key so much. [ms-I; pp. 1-4].

 

II. Scribebatur in Schola. Signed: Was written in school. [ms-I; p.5-8].

 

III. Nocturne. [ms-I; pp. 9-15].

 

IV. Sailors Song. [ms-I; p. 16-21].

 

V. Mazurka. [ms-I; pp. 22-25].

Box 5 , Folder 5

Notebook (contains 7 piano compositions, dating 1898, 1899 & 1900). Signed: 1512 Main Street, Sacramento [Bound notebook; 56 pages].

 

I. Piano Sonata in F-sharp Minor, [ms-I; pp. 1-16 in notebook].

 

i. Begun February 10, 1898; finished on March 8

 

ii. Begun March 15; finished April 2

 

iii. Finale, Begun and finished April 5, 1898.

 

II. Suite No. 1 for Piano: Signed: Composed April 30th, 1899. [ms- I; p. 17-27].

 

1. Confession

 

2. Lament

 

3. Anger

 

4. Evening

 

5. Morning

 

6. Presto

 

III. Nocturne No. 2 in G Minor. Signed: Composed April 30th, 1899. [ms-I; p.27-2].

 

IV. Piece without title (incomplete). [ms-I; pp. 33-39].

 

V. Piece without title. Signed: Composed January 6, 1900. [ms-I pp. 40-46 in notebook].

 

VI. Piece without title, for piano. [ms-I; p.47 in notebook].

 

VII. Fugue (incomplete). [ms-I pp. 48-49 in notebook].

 

VII. Spring Song, for Two Pianos. Signed: Composed March 5, 1898. [ms-I pp. 50-56]

Box 5 , Folder 6

Piece without title, for piano. Grave.

Additional Note

Signed: Stamped in green ink on title page, Albert I. Elkus, 669 Oakland Ave., Oakland,California. Complete score and draft. [ms-I; 10 pages].
Box 5 , Folder 7

Piece without title, for piano. [ms-I; 9 pages].

Box 5 , Folder 8

Piece without title, for piano.

Additional Note

Signed: Composed August, 1903; written en route July, 1904. [ms-I; 4pages (one leaf torn)].
Box 5 , Folder 9

Piece without title, for piano.

Additional Note

Signed: January, 1912. 2850 Washington Street, San Francisco. [ms-Iwith pencil corrections, 4 pages].
Box 5 , Folder 10

Ballet, for piano (incomplete).

Additional Note

Signed: Composed January, 1902. [ms-I; 2 pages].
Box 5 , Folder 11

Caprice, for piano.

Additional Note

Signed: July, 1904. [ms-I; 4 pages].
Box 5 , Folder 12

Choral Fantasie and Fugue ((Ach Gott von Himmel, sieh' darein) for Piano. Andante sostenuto. Con moto.

Additional Note

Signed: 2850 Washington Street, S.F.; West 614. April to July, 1912. Drafts andphotostats. [ms-p; 14 leaves, negative photostat; 10 leaves].
Box 5 , Folder 13

Choral Prelude (Was Gott thut, das ist wohlgethan), in E Minor for piano. Pensieroso. Three drafts.

Additional Note

Signed: 2850 Washington St., S.F., W 614. January, 1912. [ms-I; with pencil corrections;6 leaves].
Box 5 , Folder 14

Danse Caractéristique, for piano. Moderato.

Additional Note

Drafts, sketches, photostats. Signed: March, April, May, June, 1907 & 1908.Wullenwehen Str.4, Berlin. [photostat; 7 leaves, negative photostat; 7 leaves,ms-I with pencil corrections, 47 leaves].
Box 5 , Folder 15

Fughetta on a Theme of Oscar Weil, for piano. Andante.

Additional Note

Drafts. Signed: 2850 Washington Street, S.F., West 614. 10 July 1912.[ms-I with pencil corrections; 8 leaves].
Box 5 , Folder 16

Fugue on Bach Choral Theme, for piano.

Additional Note

Sketches and drafts. Signed: 1912. [ms-p; 26 leaves].
Box 5 , Folder 17

Fugue on Bach Theme, for piano.

Additional Note

No place, no date. [ms-p; 11 leaves].
Box 5 , Folder 18

Fugue on a Theme of Robert Fuchs, for piano.

Additional Note

Molto moderato. Two drafts. Signed: April 1913, Wein. [ms-I; 8leaves].
Box 5 , Folder 19

Humoreske, for piano.

Additional Note

Signed: Composed August 1903; written en route. [ms-I; 11 pages].
Box 5 , Folder 20

Idylls for Pianoforte on Tennyson's "Dream of Fair Women."

Additional Note

Drafts. Signed: Dedicated to Miss Helen Livingston. 1512 Main Street, Sacramento,California. Begun June 28th, 1903. [Notebook, 66 pages (56 unused,ms-I; 10 pages), ms-I; 84 leaves, unbound].
 

I. Helen of Troy, June 28, 1903

 

II. Iphigenia

 

III. Cleopatra, July, 1903

 

IV. Jephthan's Daughter, August, 1903

 

V. Rosamond

 

VI. Joan of Arc

Box 5 , Folder 21

Imprisoned Marguerite,A Dramatic Lyric, for piano. Original copy with pencil corrections.

Additional Note

Signed: composed by Albert Elkus May/03. [ms-I; 6 pages, 2 pages blank].
Box 5 , Folder 22

Invention, for piano. Allegro.

Additional Note

Drafts an sketches. Signed: March 1912. 2850 Washington Street, S.F.[ms-I; 6 pages, ms-p; 26 pages].
Box 5 , Folder 23

Klavierstücke, op. 1. 8 Klavierstücke von Albert I. Elkus. Op. 1. Berlin, Verlag von Ries & Erler, no date.

Additional Note

[typescript; 164 pages, ms-I; 6 pages].
Box 5 , Folder 24

Mazurka, for piano.

Additional Note

Signed: Dedicated to Aunty Lettie on her birthday, July 24, 1897, byher affectionate nephew, Albert I. Elkus. [ms-I; 4 pages (2 blank)].
Box 6 , Folder 1

Meditation, for piano. [ms-I; 2 pages].

Box 6 , Folder 2

Pieces Characteristic, a Piano Suite.

Additional Note

Drafts of several movements of a suite for piano. Signed: Begun January 9,1901. 1512 Main Street, Sacramento. [ms-I; 22 pages of bound notebook (rest isblank)].
 

I. Bach (Invention), Allegro moderato [p. 1-3]

 

II. Mozart, Allegretto [p. 4-8]

 

III. Schumann, Allegro agitato [p. 9-17, p. 18 blank]

 

IV. Mendelssohn, Incomplete [p. 19-22]

 

V. Greig, No music

 

VI. Tschaikowsky, No music

Box 6 , Folder 3

Pieces for Piano, Intermediate Grade:

Additional Note

Scores and sketches. Signed: 3323 Clay Street, San Francisco. [ms-I; 16 pages, ms-p; 4pages].
 

I. Lament, To Helen [2 pp.]

 

II. Prelude on a Choral, TO O.W. [1 pp.]

 

III. Night Song [4 pp.]

 

IV. Gavotte, To Cora W. Jenkins. [5 pp.]

Box 6 , Folder 4

Pieces for Pianoforte (Not Difficult)

Additional Note

Draft. Signed: 2850 Washington Street, San Francisco, or c/o Chas. De Y. Elkus. Bank ofItaly Building, Clay and Montgomery Streets, San Francisco, 1910. [ms-I].
 

I. Prelude [1.5 pp.]

 

II. Scherziono [1.5 pp.]

 

III. Plaint [1 pp.]

 

IV. Like a March [1.5 pp.]

 

V. Meditation [1 pp.]

 

VI. Ballet Serieux [2.5 pp.]

Box 6 , Folder 5

Pieces in Folk Tune for Piano:

Additional Note

Drafts and sketches. Signed: For Margaret. 2850 Washington Street, S.F. 3042 Jackson VIIILammagasse 10II, Wien. [ms-I, ms-p; 13 leaves].
 

I. Molto andante

 

II. Un poco agitato

 

III. Andante con moto

 

IV. Allegretto

Box 6 , Folder 6

Scène de Ballet (Bagatelle), for piano. Con grazia. [ms-I; 4 leaves].

Box 6 , Folder 7

Scène de Ballet(Bagatelle) for Piano. Allegretto (Grazioso).

Additional Note

Signed: September 13, 1911. [ms-p; 1 leaf].
Box 6 , Folder 8

Serenade "Don Juan" for piano.

Additional Note

Signed: Composed November 1903: written en route to San Francisco.[ms-I; 5 leaves].
Box 6 , Folder 9

Slumber Song for Piano. Andante simplice. [ms-I; 3 leaves].

Box 6 , Folder 10

Piano Sonata:

Additional Note

Drafts and sketches. Signed: 2850 Washington St., S.F. May, 1912.[27 leaves].
 

I. Andante con moto

 

II. Moderato

 

III. Vivace

Box 6 , Folder 11

Piano Sonata No. 2 in G Major. One movement, no tempo indications. Draft and sketches.

Additional Note

Signed: Composed, 1893. [ms-I; 8 leaves].
Box 6 , Folder 12

Piano Sonata in G Minor (The Fantasy Sonata):

Additional Note

Draft. Copied by C. Sheuerman (?) Signed: Dedicated to Miss Amy Kahn. Begun January,1901; completed November, 1905. 669 Oakland Avenue. [ms-I withpencil corrections; 27 leaves].
 

I. Tempo rubato quasi una fantasia.

 

II. Adagio maestoso - intermezzo prestissimo - adagio maestoso.

 

III. Allegro con fuoco.

Box 6 , Folder 13

Notebook containing two piano compositions, dating 1901 and 1902.

Additional Note

Signed: 1512 Main Street, Sacramento.
 

I. Piano Sonata No. 3: Signed: Begun May, 1901. [ms-I; pp.1-24 in notebook].

 

i. No tempo indications

 

ii. Andante con sentimento

 

iii. No tempo indications

 

iv. No music

 

II. Piece for piano (sketch). Appassionata. Signed: Composed December 10, 1902. [ms-I] [copied into notebook on last page].

Box 6 , Folder 14

Piano Sonata. Incomplete draft.

Additional Note

Signed: Begun February, 1909 (?). 147 Presidio Avenue [ms-I; 14leaves].
Box 6 , Folder 15

Song without Words (Barcarolle) for piano. Semplice.

Additional Note

Signed: Composed April 1904. Dedicated to Miss Serene. Scores copiedby E.F. [ms-I; three drafts, 12 leaves].
Box 6 , Folder 16

Theme for a Rondo, for Piano. No tempo indications.

Additional Note

Signed: About 1900. [ms-I; one leaf].
Box 6 , Folder 17

Waltz, for piano. (Incomplete). Tempo di Waltz.

Additional Note

Signed: Composed 28 January 1907. [4 leaves].
Box 6 , Folder 18

Waltz Caprice, for piano. Vivace et molto rubato.

Additional Note

Signed: January, 1905. [ms-I; two scores-4 leaves].
Box 6 , Folder 19

Lament, for piano. "Given to Joan Cast and T.A. for him in Music 27 A-B, 1939-"

Additional Note

[note added by Mrs. Elkus]. [ms-p; 2 leaves].
 

SUBSERIES D: CHORAL AND DRAMATIC MUSIC

Box 6 , Folder 20

Ave Maria, for chorus of women's voices.

Additional Note

Sketch, 7 leaves. No place, date. [ms-p].
Box 6 , Folder 21

Faust. Margaret's Mad Song (Scene XXV), "My Mother the Harlot." Voice part only.

Additional Note

Signed: Composed 20 January 1906. [ms-I; 1 leaf].
Box 6 , Folder 22

Francesca. Lines of Francesca (From the Fifth Canto of the Inferno of Dante for Mezzo Soprano and Orchestra). Moderato.

Additional Note

Drafts, scores, piano score, parts. Signed: Rewritten and scored, March 1914. 158 West76th Street, N.Y. Schuyler 6444. 3323 Clay Street, San Francisco, West 8579. 3808 ClayStreet, Pacific 1755. [ms-I, ms-p; 72 leaves].
Box 6 , Folder 23

Guinevere. Prelude to Act III of an Opera.

Additional Note

Incomplete sketch intended for a prelude to an opera Guinevere. Signed: 1905. [ms-I; 2 leaves] ["This sketch dated 1905 wasintended for a prelude to an opera Guinevere (I forget whose play suggested the text -notTennyson) planned by Augustus Keane and myself while student at U.C. Later it wasintended for a production of Agamemnon of Aeschylus planned by MargaretAnglin for the Greek Theater, which never took place. The thematic material of the firstand last brace and of the last as well were used as a basis for the Prelude ofImpressions from a Greek Tragedy.]
Box 6 , Folder 24

Hamlet. Incidental music.

Additional Note

Cue sheets and incidental music to Hamlet. Date about 1950. [ms-I with pencilcorrections; 52 leaves]
Box 6 , Folder 25

I Am the Reaper, for men's choir and piano.

Additional Note

Words by W.E. Henley. Sketch, nine leaves Signed: Carmel, August1917.
Box 6 , Folder 26

Life and Death of Julius Caesar, Overture and Act I (Incomplete) of an Opera.

Additional Note

Signed: Composed end of 1897 and beginning of 1898. Sacramento, Cal.[ms-I; 51 leaves].
Box 6 , Folder 27

Lady of Shalott. Incidental music for a Melodrame. Andante con moto. Ink drafts with pencilled corrections and additions.

Additional Note

Signed: 325 Cherry Street. 2850 Washington Street, S.F. 1908. 669 Oakland Avenue,Oakland. Composed May 1903. Dedicated to Miss Levis. MissLocke 26 Moss Avenue, Oakland. [ms-I; 13 loose leaves, 13 leaves in notebook, 1 blankleaf].
Box 7 , Folder 1

Sir Patrick Spens. Chorus for men's voices and pianoforte. Vigorously in moderate tempo.

Additional Note

Score and draft. Signed: 49 Pembroke Square, London, W.8. [ms-I, ms-p; 30 leaves total].
Box 7 , Folder 2

Synagogue Service. Portions of a Service for the Synagogue, for solo voices, chorus, and organ.

Additional Note

Scores and sketches. Signed: To Bertha Elkus, Thanksgiving Day, 1914.Composed 1914, Berlin. Hotel Grenoble, 1914. Ink and pencil. 83 pages total.
 

I. Micho Mocho (Moderato)

 

II. Sh'ema Yizrael (Ben moderato)

 

III. Adonoi Zimlach (Energico)

Box 7 , Folder 3

Traveled Roads: An Appreciation. Incidental music .

Additional Note

Written by Leland W. Cutler and enriched with music by Albert Elkus. For violin, viola,cello and harp. Score and parts. Signed: August, 1928. [ms-I; 72pages including notebook].
 

I. Andante ben sostenuto

 

II. Flowing and rhapsodical

 

III. Andante sostenuto

 

IV. Andante

Box 7 , Folder 4

Vanity of Vanities, for chorus SATB and piano. Largo.

Additional Note

Sketches; no place, no date. [ms-p; 18 leaves].
 

SUBSERIES E: SONGS WITH PIANO ACCOMPANIMENT

Box 7 , Folder 5

Song notebook containing 10 songs, dating 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901 & 1902.

Additional Note

Signed: 1512 Main Street, Sacramento, Calif. [ms-I; 60 pp.]
 

I . I saw thee weep. Words by Byron. Signed: Dedicated to Miss Nourse. April, 1899. [ms-I pp.1-5 in notebook].

 

II. Serenade, The crescent moon in the western sky." Words by Laura Porter. Signed: Dedicated to Miss Nourse. April, 1899. [ms-I; p.6-7].

 

III. Night Song, Shade and silence in the valley." Words by Clarence Urmy. Signed: Composed February, 1899. [ms-I; p.8-10].

 

IV . Coronach from Lady of the Lake, He is gone on the mountain," by Scott. Signed: Dedicated to Miss Herrick. Composed December, 1898. [ms-I; p.11-14].

 

V. Goodnight, The lark is silent in his nest." Words by Paul Umbar (?). Signed: Composed October, 1899. [ms-I; p.15-18].

 

VI. I Know Not Why (No. 1), "I lift mine eyes up to the sky." Words by Morris Rosenfeld. Signed: Composed January, 1900. [ms-I; p.19-22].

 

VII. I Know Not Why (No. 2), "I lift mine eyes up to the sky." Words by Morris Rosenfeld. Signed: Composed January, 1900. [ms-I; p.23-26].

 

VIII. In the convent garden (No. 1), "A little space the Padre walks apart." For tenor and piano. Signed: Dedicated to Miss Longbottom. Dedicated to Miss Grace Ewing. May 13, 1900. [ms-I; p.27-32].

 

IX. In the convent garden (No. 2), "A little space the Padre walks apart." Signed: Dedicated to Miss Grace Ewing. [ms-I; p. 33-36].

 

X. I Know Not Why (No. 3), "I lift mine eyes up to the sky." Words by Morris Rosenfeld. Signed: Dedicated to Miss Grace Ewing. [ms-I; p. 37-40].

 

XI. Ode to Spring, Thou'rt welcome lovely spring." Words by Schiller. Signed: November 7, 1900. [ms-I; p.40-42].

 

XII. Home they brought her warrior dead. Words by Tennyson. Signed: Composed March 17, 1901. [ms-I; p.43-48].

 

XIII. Haroun al Raschid, One Day Haroun al Raschid read a book." Words by Longfellow. Signed: Composed March, 1902. [ms-I; p.49-60].

Box 7 , Folder 6

Song notebook containing 5 songs, dating from 1910. [ms-p; 16 leaves, pages 13-16 blank].

 

I. Piece Without Title, for Piano (Invention). [ms-p; pp. 1-2]

 

II. "The moonlight falls upon thee with weird mystery." Signed: 22 May 1910. Old Ruin at Monterey. [Words by] Josephine Blanch. [ms-p; pp.3-6].

 

III. A Wood Song for a Child, Now one and all, you Rose." Words by Ralph Hudson, Literary Digest, 8 January 1910. Incomplete sketch. [ms-p; p.7].

 

IV. Unwritten, Hark, how the rain is falling." [Words by] Helen Hudson, Literary Digest, 26 February 1910. [ms-p; pp. 8-9].

 

V. I Ne'er Shall Write, I long with the pain and fever." [ms-p; pp. 10-12].

Box 7 , Folder 7

Two songs (sketches). [3 leaves total]

 

I. " Cuckoo, flowers, and daisies," for soprano, alto, and klavier. Incomplete sketch. No place, no date. [ms-p].

 

II. "I like a dying lady," for voice and piano. Incomplete sketch. No place, no date. [ms- p].

Box 7 , Folder 8

"And where is the green who milled whilere," for piano and two voices.

Additional Note

Sketch, 7 measures. No place, no date. [ms-p; 2 leaves]
Box 7 , Folder 9

"As clouds from yonder sun receive," for voice and piano.

Additional Note

Incomplete score. [ms-p; 1 leaf]
Box 7 , Folder 10

Ballade of Old Time Ladies,"Tell me in what land of shade," for voice and piano.

Additional Note

Words by Francois Villon. Moderato. Draft, no place, no date. [ms-p; 2 leaves].
Box 7 , Folder 11

La belle dame sans merci,"O what can ail the Knight-at-Arms," for piano and voice.

Additional Note

Poem by Keats. Signed: Composed December, 1901. [ms-I; 6 leaves].
Box 7 , Folder 12

Cathlin's Song, a song cycle for voice and piano.

Additional Note

Signed: Begun December 22, 1901. Dedicated to Miss Louis T. Heller.Title page stamped in green ink: Albert I. Elkus, 669 Oakland Ave., Oakland, Cal. [ms-I;27 leaves total].
 

I. Cathlin's song

 

II. Fingal's song

 

III. Oscars' song

 

IV. Sailor's song

 

V. Bard's invitation to battle

 

VI. Ossian's battle song

 

VII. Oscar to Cathlin

 

VIII. Finale

Box 7 , Folder 13

Coronach from Lady of the Lake, He is gone on the mountain."

Additional Note

Words by Scott. Drafts and revisions. [ms-I; 7 complete leaves, 1 torn at middle].
Box 7 , Folder 14

A Dream,"In visions of the dark night." For voice and piano.

Additional Note

Words by Edgar Allen Poe. No date, no place. [ms-I; 5 leaves].
Box 7 , Folder 15

Dream-Child,"The dying firelight pales and glows," for voice and piano.

Additional Note

Words by Grace Wythe. No place, no date. [ms-I; 6 leaves].
Box 7 , Folder 16

The Dream Ship,"The dreamship rides on the moonlight," for voice and piano.

Additional Note

Poem by Louise R. Heller. Signed: Composed November, 1908. [ms-I; 4leaves]
Box 7 , Folder 17

Entreaty (A Geisha Song),"In vain thy cloak do I hide," for mezzo soprano and piano.

Additional Note

Translated from the Japanese by Dr. J. Ingram Bryan. Tempo giusto (moderato). Drafts andphotostats. Signed: October, 1913. 158 West 76th Street, New York,1915. "C.F. Literary Digest, 6 September 1913. [20 leaves total].
Box 7 , Folder 18

"Fades the rose, the year grows old," for voice and piano.

Additional Note

No place, no date. [ms-I; 4 leaves].
Box 7 , Folder 19

Ferry Hinksey,"Beyond the ferry water," for voice and piano.

Additional Note

Words by Laurence Binyon. Sketches, drafts, photostats and published score. Published in1939 by G. Schirmer, Inc. with "Lines from a Sonnet" under the title of Two Songs,for voice and piano. Signed: 108 West 76th Street, New York; Schuyler 6441.377 Broadway, New York. July, 1914. [17 leaves total].
Box 7 , Folder 19a

Geisha Song, "In vain thy cloak do I hide,"for voice and piano. Tempo giusto. (moderato).

Additional Note

Photocopy only. [1 leaf].
Box 7 , Folder 20

God's great goodness is visible... in this garden Santa Cruz, for voice and piano.

Additional Note

No place, no date. Rough draft, [ms-I; 2 pages].
Box 7 , Folder 21

Haroun al Raschid,"One day Haround al Raschid read a book," for voice and piano. Andante.

Additional Note

Words by Longfellow. Signed: 1901. [ms-I; 3 leaves].
Box 7 , Folder 22

Home they brought her warrior dead, for voice and piano.

Additional Note

Words by Alfred Tennyson. Signed: Composed April, 1901.Dedicated to Miss Ruth Spilman. [ms-I; 11 leaves].
Box 7 , Folder 23

I know not why, for voice and piano.

Additional Note

Words by Morris Rosenfeldt. Original version, 1900; revised version for two sopranos andalto, 1935. [ms-I; 12 leaves].
Box 7 , Folder 24

I saw thee smile, the sapphires blaze, for voice and piano.

Additional Note

No place, no date. [ms-I; 2 leaves].
Box 7 , Folder 25

I saw the weep, for voice and piano.

Additional Note

Signed: Original copy has been revised. Dedicated to Miss Nourse. Words by Byron. Noplace, no date. [ms-I; 4 leaves].
Box 7 , Folder 26

I will lift up mine eyes to the hills from whence cometh my help(Psalm 121), for voice and piano. Andante sostenuto. Four drafts.

Additional Note

Signed: 28 April 1911. 2850 Washington St., S.F. For Bertha Elkus.[ms-I; 13 leaves]
Box 7 , Folder 27

In the Convent Garden,"A little space the padre walks apart," for voice and piano.

Additional Note

Signed: Dedicated to Mrs. Longfellow [ms-I; 4 leaves].
Box 7 , Folder 28

In Thule there lived a monarch, for voice and piano.

Additional Note

Words by Goethe. Signed: Composed February, 1903. [ms-I; 9 leaves].
Box 7 , Folder 29

Lines from a Sonnet,"Bright as the golden lily," for soprano and piano; also scored for soprano, flute, and piano.

Additional Note

Words by Herbert Kennedy. Folder contains the published edition, a numbers of drafts,photostats and letter. Published in 1939 by G. Schirmer, Inc. with "Ferry Hinksey" underthe title Two Songs, for voice and piano. Signed: 2 May 1914.526 Powell St., S.F. University of California, Berkeley, Calif. [45 leavestotal].
Box 7 , Folder 30

Lines of Andromache,"Art thou Hector," for voice and piano. From Shiller's The Robbers.

Additional Note

Signed: Composed in Montgomery. December, 1908. [ms-p; two leaves].
Box 7 , Folder 31

The Merry Bee,"A golden bee acometh," for voice and piano. Poem of John Skipsey.

Additional Note

Signed: October, 1906. 1515 North Street, Sacramento, Cal. Bei Fr.H. Gumprecht, Pallas Str. 13, Berlin; oder Dresdner Bank. [ms-I; 4 pages].
Box 7 , Folder 32

Midges Dance,"Al, the midges dance aboon the burn," for voice and piano.

Additional Note

No place, no date. [ms-I; 3 leaves].
Box 7 , Folder 33

Night,"Night is a palace whose shady halls," for voice and piano.

Additional Note

Words by Mr. Philip Anspacher. Signed: March, 1904. Dedicated toMrs. Birmingham. Photocopy. [3 leaves]
Box 7 , Folder 34

Night Song,"Shade and silence in the valley," for voice and piano.

Additional Note

Words by Clarence Urmy (also spelled Urnell). Six drafts. Signed: February 13,1898. [18 leaf notebook, 10 loose leaves].
Box 7 , Folder 35

Ode to Spring, "Thou'rt welcome lovely spring," for voice and piano.

Additional Note

Words by Schiller. Signed: composed November, 1900. [ms-I; 7leaves].
Box 7 , Folder 36

Serenade,"The crescent moon in the western sky," for voice and piano.

Additional Note

Words by Laura Porter. Three scores. Signed: Dedicated to Miss Nourse. ComposedJuly, 1899. [ms-I; 6 leaves].
Box 7 , Folder 37

Soft the morning lightens, for voice and piano. Poem of L.H. (Miss Louis R. Heller).

Additional Note

Signed: 10 Feb 1909. [ms-p; draft, 1 leaf].
Box 7 , Folder 38

Song of Saul before His Last Battle, "Warriors and chiefs, should the shaft or the sword," for voice and piano. Poem by Byron.

Additional Note

Two scores. Signed: Composed February, 1905. 668 Oakland Avenue.[ms-I; 8 leaves].
Box 7 , Folder 39

Spinning Song - Forsaken,"Mother, I cannot mind my wheel," for voice and piano. Poem of Walter Savage Lander. Two scores.

Additional Note

Signed: 1905. [ms-I; 4 leaves].
Box 7 , Folder 40

Thin Roots are deep in an ancient soil, Cedars of Lebanon, for bass voice and piano. Maestoso.

Additional Note

No place, no date.[ms-p (sketch), 1 leaf].
Box 7 , Folder 41

Thus mellow'ed to that tender light, for voice and piano. No tempo indications.

Additional Note

No place, no date.[ms-p; sketch, 1 page].
Box 8 , Folder 1

To the Moon, "Art thou pale for weariness," for piano and voice. Words by Shelly.

Additional Note

Drafts and photostats. Signed: September 4, 1913. Corrected 3 August1923. 3042 Jackson. [24 leaves total].
Box 8 , Folder 2

To the Night, "Swiftly walk over the western wave" for voice and piano. Andante tranquillo.

Additional Note

Words by Shelley. Drafts, copies, and photostats. Signed: 1920. 3042Jackson St. [39 leaves total].
Box 8 , Folder 3

What profit hath a man of all his labour, (Ecclesiastes I), for voice and piano. Molto Sostenuto.

Additional Note

Signed: Nov. 11, 19-?. Drafts [ms-I; 10 leaves, and ms-p; 14leaves].
Box 8 , Folder 4

When along the light ripple, for voice and piano.

Additional Note

No tempo, no date, no signature. [ms-p; 3 leaves].
Box 8 , Folder 5

When I See You, for voice and piano. Con moto.

Additional Note

Signed: Feb. 14, 1909. No place. Words by Theo Marzials. [ms-I; 2leaves].
Box 8 , Folder 6

Who is Johnnie, No tempo. May 1904. No place.

Additional Note

Words by Robert Warring. Dedicated to Roy Cohn. Sketch, poem on back [ms-I; 1 leaf].
Box 8 , Folder 7

You ask how I would like to die, for voice and piano. 13 Feb. 1908 &-09. No place.

Additional Note

Words by F. P. Kapta (?). 2 drafts [ms-I; 4 leaves].
 

SUBSERIES F: MISCELLANEOUS MUSIC

Box 8 , Folder 8

American songs. "Deep River," arr. for chorus of men and piano by Elkus. "Apache Chief"

Additional Note

(Geronimo's own medicine song), arr. for mixed chorus by Elkus, drum imitation andaccompaniment by Carlos Troyer. [copy; 2 leaves].
Box 8 , Folder 9

Concertino after the third Sonata of Attilio Ariosti. For violoncello and piano.

Additional Note

Published copy: Universal-Edition, New York, 1922. [8 leaves].
Box 8 , Folder 10

Concertino after the third Sonata of Attilio Ariosti. For violoncello, string orchestra, and timpani.

Additional Note

No place or date. Sketches. [ms-I and ms-p; 41 leaves].
Box 8 , Folder 11

Concertino after the third Sonata of Attilio Ariosti. For violoncello, string orchestra, and timpani.

Additional Note

[Photostat; 18 leaves].
Box 8 , Folder 12

Concertino after the third Sonata of Attilio Ariosti. For violoncello, string orchestra, and timpani.

Additional Note

Published parts: Universal Edition, 1921. [56 leaves].
Box 8 , Folder 13

Concertino after the third Sonata of Attilio Ariosti. Cadenza for violoncello.

Additional Note

No date [ms-I, 2 leaves] AND Lezione III by Ariosti. Adagio, [ozalid; 2leaves].
Box 8 , Folder 14

Concertino after the third Sonata of Attilio Ariostosi. Arranged for violoncello and piano.

Additional Note

No date. 2 drafts, one (intended to be) sent to Luzare(?) before publication [ms-I; 16leaves].
Box 8 , Folder 15

Bach, J.S. " Mein Liebster Jesus" (cantata 154), arranged for alto, tenor, bass, violin (I&II), viola, organ, and continuto.

Additional Note

Signed: Dec. 1913 (?), Kant str. 159, Charlottenburg. Score [ms-I;21 leaves].
Box 8 , Folder 16

Bach, J.S. " Mein Liebster Jesus" (cantata 154), arranged for alto, tenor, bass, violin (I&II), viola, organ, and continuto.

Additional Note

Signed: Kant str. 159 III, Charlottenburg, Berlin. [ms-p&I; 28 leaves].
Box 8 , Folder 17

Bach, J.S. Sonata in E-flat for violoncello, arranged for piano and cello.

Additional Note

No date. [sketch-p; 4 leaves. ms-I; 22 leaves].
Box 8 , Folder 18

Bingham, Harold, All Hail! Blue and Gold, by choral and orchestral arr., harmonized and orchestrated by Elkus.

Additional Note

Dated: 1906. [ms-p & ms-I, 4 leaves].
Box 8 , Folder 19

Guten Morgan, Liebes Lieserl, adaptation for mixed chorus by Elkus of the German Volkslied.

Additional Note

Signed: Berlin 1 914. Accompanying typed brief history ofarrangement by Elkus. Drafts [ms-I and ms-p, 15 leaves].
Box 8 , Folder 20

Schubert-Tausig, Military March, Arranged. Theater orchestra accompaniment for piano, by Elkus.

Additional Note

No date. [photostat, 6 leaves].
Box 8 , Folder 21

Songs of California, Ed. By Roschelle Paul & Albert I. Elkus (1944).

Additional Note

Editor's proofs [31 leaves] and drafts of introduction [11 leaves]. Songs: "The GoldenBear," "Sons of California," "California, We're for you," "March On, California,"California Marching Song," "California Indian Song" "California," "Fight 'Em,""California Victory Song," "St. Anne," "California Yells," "All Hail! Blue and Gold,""Fight for California," "Hail to California," "Big 'C'," "Palms of Victory," "TheStanford Jonah."
Box 8 , Folder 22

Three Christmas Folksongs, Arranged. For women's chorus by Elkus. Songs: "Zum- namenstage Jesu," "Weinacht," "Weinachtslied."

Additional Note

Drafts and printed copies. Dedication to Lilly Hertz, 25 December, 1922. [18 leaves].
Box 8 , Folder 23

Three Hundred Pipers, Scotch folk song. Arranged. For men's choir by Elkus.

Additional Note

Words by L-d-N-I-ne (Lady Noirne?). No date. [copy, 2 leaves].
Box 8 , Folder 24

Unidentified fragments and sketches from the compositions of Albert Elkus.

Additional Note

No dates. [ms-I & ms-p; 78 leaves in tablet of paper].
Box 8 , Folder 25

Unidentified piece arr. for orchestra.

Additional Note

No place or name. [ms-p; 5 leaves].
Box 8 , Folder 26

Vaughan-Williams, Ralph. Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, Orchestrated for commencement Feb. 7, 1943 by Elkus.

Additional Note

Score and parts [ms-I, ms-p, and ozalid; 34 leaves].
Box 8 , Folder 27

Vivaldi, Antonio. Intermezzo, from Concerto Grosso in D minor, transcribed for pianoforte by Elkus.

Additional Note

No date. [ms-I, ms-p, and photostats; 8 leaves].
Box 8 , Folder 28

Wagner, Richard. Fanfare from Lohengrin, arrangement by Elkus for orchestra.

Additional Note

No date. [ms-I, ms-p; 2 leaves].
Box 8 , Folder 30

Miscellany:

 

I. Three related pieces by E. Bacon [V. Song (of the Exposition) for alto solo and male chorus, "Long and long has the grass been growing...;" VI. Recitative for baritone solo, "Had I the Choice (to tally greatest bards);" VII. Song for chorus, "The Commonplace (I sing How cheap is health)"].[ms-I; 11 leaves].

 

II. The Dream of the Rood, by Howard Ferguson. For soprano (or tenor) solo, chorus, and orchestra. Dedicated to Myra Hess. [bound ms-I; 38 leaves].

 

III. Music from St. Patrick of Tara, by Wallace A. Sabin. Pieces: "Fire-Music," "No.8, Entrance of Revellers," "No.9, Drinking Song," "No.11, Song of Erin," "Song of Ulster," "Song of Connaught," "Fight-Music," "Apparition Music." Conductor's sheet. [ms-I; 19 leaves].

 

IV. Song of the Night, for voice and piano. From the "Family Farm" Play of 1927. Music by Uda Waldrop, words by Waldemar Young. Published copy 1927, Sherman, Clay, & Co. [3 leaves].

 

V. Unidentified piece by Arthur Lewis. [ms-p; 1 leaf].

 

SERIES 2: MATERIAL PERTAINING TO OTHERS

Note

music manuscripts unless otherwise noted.
Box 9a , Folder 1

Abraham, Paul.Re--ist Du -ie liebe? For voice and piano,[ms-I; 2 leaves].

Box 9a , Folder 2

Bacon, Ernest. "A Tree on the Plains." Text by Paul Hogan, notes and libretto. [typescript on onionskin; 92 leaves bound].

Box 9a , Folder 3

Barrymore, Lionel.Johnny, Dear. For piano and voice. Poem by Dailey Paskman. [ozolid; 4 leaves in a folder].

Box 9a , Folder 4

Britain, Radie. Songs.

 

I. Lasso Time (The End of The Trail), for male chorus. Tempo moderato, words by Alice McKenzie. Pub: Kjos Musi c 1940, 4 leaves.

 

II. Lasso Time (The End of the Trail), for voice and piano. Pub: Kjos Music, 1940, 3 leaves.

 

III. From Far Away, for voice and piano. Tempo mysterioso, words by Katherine Bainbridge. [photocopy, 4 leaves--actually 8 glued back to back].

 

IV. Little Man, for voice and piano. Tempo allegro moderato, words by Mabel Wilton. [photocopy; 2 leaves--actually 4 glued back to back].

 

V. The Chalice, for voice and piano. Tempo maestoso, words by Alma M. Halff. [photocopy; 3 leaves--6 glued back to back].

 

VI. Be Not Too Bold, for voice and piano. Tempo adagio, words by Ada Greenfield. [photocopy; 3 leaves].

 

VII. Stillness, for medium voice and piano. Tempo andante espressivo, words by Lester Luther. Pub: 1943, Stockton Studios, [photocopy; 2 leaves].

 

VIII. Miles, for voice and piano. Tempo moderato, words by Joseph Wagner. [photocopy; 2 leaves].

 

IX. In the Spell of the Moon, for voice and piano. Tempo di tango, words by Melton(?). [photocopy; 4 leaves].

 

X. God Bless My Son Across the Sea, for voice and piano. Tempo moderato, words by Alice Howard. [photocopy with pasted corrections; 3 leaves].

 

XI. Elegy, for voice and piano. Tempo andante, words by Lester Luther. [photocopy with ink corrections; 2 leaves].

 

XII. Eternal Cycles, for voice and piano. Tempo allegro, words by Aita Turk Everett. [ms-I; 2 leaves, bound].

 

XIII. Love Me Today, for voice and piano. Tempo maestoso, words by Isabelle DeWitte. [photocopy; 5 leaves].

 

XIV. Stillness, for voice and piano. Tempo andante espressivo, words by Lester Luther. [ms-I; 1 leaf, bound].

 

XV. I'm a Poor Old Hobo Boy, for voice and piano. Tempo adagio espressivo, words by Alice Howard. [photocopy; 2 leaves].

 

XVI. When We Shall Part, for voice and piano. Tempo moderato e espressivo, words by Mary Stephens Hartley. [photocopy; 2 leaves].

 

XVII. Serenade, for voice and piano. Tempo adagio, words by Ysabel DeWitte. [photocopy; 3 leaves].

 

XVIII. The Sunken City, for voice and piano. Tempo andante e tres espressione. [photocopy; 2 leaves].

 

XIV. Eternal Cycles, for voice and piano. No tempo, words by Alta Turk Everett. [photocopy; 3 leaves].

Box 9a , Folder 5

Dello Joio, Norman. Libretto for Blood Moon, A Lyric Drama in Three Acts. Libretto by Gale Hoffman. [typescript; 60 leaves, bound].

Box 9a , Folder 6

Edmunds, John.The Conclusion, for voice and piano. Tempo slow, words by W. Raleigh. [photocopy; 1 leaf].

Box 9a , Folder 7

Getty, Gordon.Plump Jack.

 

I. Incomplete score. [photocopy; 18 leaves].

 

II. Review of premiere from the San Francisco Examiner. Thursday, March 14, 1985.

 

III. Complete score [photocopy; 95 leaves].

Box 9a , Folder 8

Getty, Gordon.

 

I. Three Diatonic Waltzes: "Waltz no. 1" (tempo gemachlich), "Ewig Du" (tempo langsam), and "Ehemals" (tempo lustig), for piano. [photocopy; 5 leaves].

 

II. With Rue My Heart Is Laden, for a cappella 2-part chorus, tempo allegretto. Words by A. E. Housman. [photocopy; 1 leaf].

 

III. Along the Field As We Came By, for a cappella male choir, tempo allegretto. Words by A. E. Housman. [Photocopy; 2 leaves].

Box 9a , Folder 9

Getty, Gordon.The White Election: A cycle of songs for soprano and piano; 32 songs to poems by Emily Dickenson. Arranged in 4 categories:"The Pensive Spring," "So We Must Meet Apart," "Almost Peace," and "My Feet Slip Nearer." 3 page typescript introduction, 4 pages typescript poems' text, and 73 pages of 32 songs.

Box 9a , Folder 10

Getty, Gordon.The White Election: A Cycle of 32 Songs for Soprano and Piano, Poems by Emily Dickenson and Music by Gordon Getty. Includes note from Getty's secretary, Anna- Marie Fulton, to Maestro Kurt Herbert Adler, dated 27 November, 1981.

Box 9a , Folder 11

Holt, Henry.Arie des Etheokles: Aus Der Opera "Antigone" von R. Strauss (text von Hoffmannsthal). For orchestra and solo male voice. Signed: "Meinen lieben Freund, Kurt Herbert Soller fur grosses Orchester zur Erimmerung an alte Zeiten. 3. April, 1960 Henry Holt." [ms-I; 8 leaves].

Box 9a , Folder 12

Kohs, Ellis.Concerto for Orchestra. Composer's manuscript copy with pasted-in and pencilled-in corrections. [bound photocopy; 39 leaves].

Box 9b , Folder 1

Lenn, Robert. Songs.

 

I. Endymion, for voice and piano. Words by Oscar Wilde. [photocopy includes ink cor- rections, 3 leaves].

 

II. I Will Sing in the Night, for voice and piano. Words by Lenn. [photocopy; 4 leaves].

 

III. A Peasant Woman's Song, for voice and piano. Tempo "sustained," words by Dion Boucicault. [photocopy; 4 leaves].

 

IV. Epitaph, for voice and piano. Tempo moderato. [photocopy; 2 leaves].

Box 9b , Folder 8

Loeb, Amy Kahn. Places I have visited. Scrapbook containing pasted-in programs from various operatic, symphonic, and recital performances attended by Amy Loeb Kahn (A.I.E.'s first cousin and a 1906 graduate of UC Berkeley) on the European continent between 1906 and 1908. [Hardbound, 223 pp. Notes by Amy Loeb Kahn (?) in ink]

Box 9b , Folder 2

Music Department. Compositions by music department staff presented to A.I.E. On his 70th birthday. [ink; 33 pages, 3 blank]

 

I. Cushing, Charles. What Are Years? For chorus of mixed voices a cappella, date: 1954.

 

II. Lawton, Ed. A Sonnet of Enzo Rae, for mixed voices, a cappella, date: 30.IV.54.

 

III. Shifrin, Seymour. A Mediaeval Latin Lyric, for mixed voices a cappella, date: Berkeley, Jan. 30, 1954.

 

IV. Howe, Winifred. Felix Dies Natalis, for SAT chorus, a cappella, no date.

 

V. Sparks, Edgar. Vocal Fanfare on Happy Birthday, for mixed chorus, a cappella, April 30th, 1954.

Box 9b , Folder 3

Presser, William. " "Spiritual" Suite for orchestra. "Each movement is based on one of the three spirituals below which are quoted as they appear in the book White And Negro Spirituals by George Pullen Jackson; published by J.J. Augustin, N.Y., copyright 1943 by G.P. Jackson. The spirituals are used with the permission of the author." Songs: "Weeping Mary," "Hebrew Children," and "Judgement Day." [photocopy; 40 leaves].

Box 9b , Folder 4

Reti, Rudolph. Songs.

 

I. Sing My Heart..., for voice and piano. Photocopy with notes in pen. [photocopy; 3 leaves].

 

II. Sing My Heart, for voice and piano. Bound copy of ms, [photocopy; 2 leaves].

 

III. Two Songs, for voice and piano. "O Flowering Heath" and "Though Fades the Golden Dream." Bound copy [2 leaves].

 

IV. The Big Elephant, for voice and piano. [photocopy; 3 leaves].

Box 9b , Folder 5

Turner, Mildred. Songs.

 

I. Geisha, for voice and piano. Pub: Broadcast Music, In c. 1941. Lyrics by Don Blanding, [4 leaves].

 

II. Dalmatian Lullaby: Sleep, Babe, Sleep, for voice and piano. Pub: Galaxy Music Corporation, 1941. [3 leaves].

 

III. Gossamer, for voice and piano. Tempo allegretto scherzando, words by Don Blanding. [photocopy; 3 leaves].

 

IV. Bright Ecstasy, for voice and piano. Tempo valse lente a le viennoise, lyrics by Don Blanding. [photocopy; 3 leaves].

Box 9b , Folder 6

Zeisl, Eric. Compositions.

 

I. The 92nd Psalm, for SATB choir and organ. German text. [ bound photocopy, 18 leaves].

 

II. "Children's Songs" one sheet of typed words to "Maybelle," "Song of Triumph," and "Cradle-Song."

 

III. 17 Piano pieces for Children, [photocopy; 18 leaves].

 

IV. Little Symphony, full score with handwritten dedication on inside cover and personal correspondence to Kurt H. Neller(?). Pub: Universal Edition, 1953.

Box 9b , Folder 7

Zeisl, Eric. Compositions.

 

I. Prayer, for soprano and organ. Original signed: March '45. [photocopy; 6 leaves].

 

II. Children's Songs, for voice and piano. Text in English and German. [photocopy; 5 leaves].

 

III. Scherzo und Fugue fur Streichorchester. Pub: Universal Edition, 1937. Signed: 2. VIII. 37.

 

IV. Requiem Ebraico: The 92nd Psalm, for soli, mixed chorus and organ (or orchestra), vocal score. Hebrew and English text, adaptation by J. Freudenthal. Pub: Transcontinental Music Corporation, 1946. Signed: June 21. 1946 Hollywood.[30 leaves]

 

V. Prayer, song for high voice with piano or organ accompaniment. Pub: Mills Music, 1950. Signed: 1950, Hollywood. [7 leaves]

 

VI. Kinder Lieder, for voice and piano. Pub: Capriccio-Verlag, 1933. [10 pages]

 

VII. Two copies of Sechs Lieder fur Mittlere Stimme und Klavierbegleitung. Pub: Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky), 1935. One photocopy signed: 16.IV.35. [15 leaves]

 

VIII. Sieben Lieder fur Sopran mit Klavierbegleitung. Pub: Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky), 1936. Signed: June 1936. [15 leaves]

 

SERIES 3: PUBLICATIONS (ARTICLES) AND PEDAGOGICAL MATERIALS

Note

[Original order of files from Elkus's home]
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"Architectonic Feeling In Music" -the Motet develops into the Fugue. 1 leaf of notes in pencil.

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Articles.

 

I. The Idea of Civilization by George P. Adams ( University of California Publications in Philosophy, v. 23, 1942).

 

II. "Prelleur, Geminiani, and Just Intonation" by David D. Boyden ( The Journal of the American Musicological Society, v. IV, No. 3, Fall 1951).

 

III. "Orpheus and the Neoclassic Vision of Opera," by Joseph Kerman ( The Hudson Review, v IX, No. 2, Summer 1956).

 

IV. "A Bostonian Remembers," by Arthur ( The Musical Quarterly, v. XXIII, No. 4, January 1937).

 

V. "Music & Literature In England in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries," by James E. Phillips and Bertrand H. Bronson (Papers delivered at the Second Clark Library Seminar, 24 October 1953. Pub. by William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, UCLA).

 

VI. California Monthly March 1958, "New Focus on Music."

 

VII. University of California article, and letter from editor ( Fortune;June 1946).

Box 10 , Folder 3

"The Art of Counterpoint." 35 leaves of notes in pencil and typescript with pencil corrections.

Box 10 , Folder 4

"Art of Interpretation." [typescript; 10 leaves, with corrections in I&p].

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"The Art of Interpretation." Drafts and notes [typescript, p; 16 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 6

"Bach and Palestrina." 1 leaf of notes in pencil.

Box 10 , Folder 7

Beethoven Research. One small spiral-bound notebook containing "Beethoven sketches."

Box 10 , Folder 8

"Beethoven's last quartet." Writings and notes, signed: Albert Elkus, 1209 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley 9. [ms-p&I; 22 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 9

Brahms (Notes and Exam on Brahms.) Music 118B: Brahms, Fall 1943; notes, exam, and grade sheet. Music 2: Harmony, Spring 1947; students exams. Manuscripts.

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"Changing Values in Interpretation." typescript with corrections and addendum (Forum: Problems of Interpretation in Music. "Changing Values in Interpretation" (Three artists more or less creative...) [typescript, 7 pp.]. Header: "Forum: Problems of Interpretation in Music U.C.S.A. Sept. 1944."[p & typescript; 14 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 11

"Changing Values in the Interpretation of Music." Typescript draft with pen and pencil corrections [8 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 12

"Changing Values in Interpretation (Identity in Music)." Typecript essay with corrections, [10 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 13

"Changing Values in Piano Playing." [manu- script-I; 10 leaves] discussion of differences in modern and historical piano playing.

Box 10 , Folder 14

Chopin (AIE). Notes and miscellaneous for Chopin seminar class, fall 1948. [typescript, I;3 leaves].

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Chopin Centennial.

 

I. Invitation to the Chopin Centennial National Committee's All-Chopin Concert, Oct. 17, 1949, Arthur Rubinstein, pianist.

 

II. Letter from Elkus to the Kosciuszko Foundation (Sept. 19, 1949).

 

III. The Kosciuszko Foundation Monthly Newsletter; June, 1949.

 

IV. Thaddeus Kosciuszko, an Address by Colonel Robert R. McCormick (April 16, 1949).

 

V. Advertising poster for the "Four Anniversaries" lecture series presented under the auspices of the Department of Slavic Languages. (March-May, 1949).

Box 10 , Folder 16

Counterpoint examples. Dittos of work by Palestrina and Lassus [5 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 17

Course Resume. [3 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 18

Courses. Miscellaneous [14 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 19

Documents for various courses. "Comparative Study of Forms," and "A Survey of Musical Style from the Gregorian Chant." [typescript; 4 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 20

Drafts of Three Essays by Elkus.

 

I. "Three artists more or less creative participate in the complete, well- rounded impression of a musical composition...." [manuscript; 14 leaves].

 

II. "I wish the barrier between compositions and the performance of music, on the one hand, and, on the other, the research into its history, literature and processes could be broken down...." [typescript; 6 leaves].

 

III. "That the communal theory of folk song origin should have persisted over a hundred years is to any practical composer evidence of the complacency of ballad authorities...." [typescript; 9 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 21

Elkus Papers. 2 drafts of A Review of Tentative Discussions in the Department of Music, University of California, Berkeley, on the Place of Applied Music in Graduate Study [typescript; 9 leaves], 1 draft of "Changing Values in the Interpretation of Music" [typescript; 8 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 22

Elkus' "Ring" Seminar (protocols). Student seminar notes from Music 221: Wagner [32 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 23

Elkus' suggestions for music program at UCB. 9 typescript copies of "A Review of Tentative Discussion in the Department of Music, University of California, Berkeley, on the Place of Applied Music in Graduate Study," 3 leaves each. 2 printed copies of "The Teaching of Counterpoint From a Contemporary Point of View." 1 leaf notes in pencil.

Box 10 , Folder 24

Exam questions, Music 27 A&B. Dec. 1938 and May 1939 exams. [typescript; 3 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 25

Note cards. 2 sets of handwritten (3x5) note cards: "Motives of the Wagner Ring."

Box 10 , Folder 26

Form: Brahms Quartet op. 34. Handwritten notes. [3 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 27

Form in Music. List of form lectures, notes for lectures, bibliography. [typescript; 7 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 28

Form in Music (The Forms) Univ. Extension 1933. 8 leaves of notes in ink.

Box 10 , Folder 29

Forum: Problems of Interpretation in Music. [typescript; 5 leaves]

Box 10 , Folder 30

Fybate Lecture notes. From Music 27A, Aug. 28, 1941 -Feb. 15, 1945. [typescript; 51 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 31

Gregorian Modes, notes. [1 leaf].

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History of Music, lecture series (1911), notes. [ink notes; 67 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 33

Imitation in Melodic Design and the Fugue Method, notes. [1 leaf].

Box 10 , Folder 34

The Interweaving of Melodic Designs and the Beginning of Counterpoint, notes. [2 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 35

"Introductory Remarks to Records," Falstaff. Arts Club, March 1943 [p&I; 8 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 36

The Italian Church School of the 16th & 17th Cent. & the English Madrigal. 1 leaf of notes in pencil.

Box 10 , Folder 37

Kurth. Report on Ernest Kurth's "Foundations of Linear Counterpoint and Romantic Harmony" [typescript; 11 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 38

Lecture and other notes. Divided into 4 sections:

 

I."Minimum Essentials for the College Reference Shelf on Music," and notes, [typescript copy,notes-p; 12 leaves].

 

II."5a" (?), notes for Music 27 A&B [notes-I; 17 leaves].

 

III."Melody," more notes for Music 27 [I; 16 leaves].

 

IV."Journal Memo" notes [p, I; 5 leaves].

 

V. Notes on student apts. and assignment dates [I; 2 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 39

Lecture and other notes. Untitled notes on yellow paper [ms-p&I; 44 leaves]. Outline and notes on Lectures on The Development of style and Form in Music beginning June 30, 1921 [typescript; 31 leaves].

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Lecture on the music of Henry VIII, Roxburgh Club (3/3/1933). [ms-p; 2 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 41

Lecture series on the Development of Style and Form in Music. Newspaper clipping (Observer: Sun., Nov. 15, 1931) and series advertisement. [newsprint; 4 leaves].

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Lectures. Notes on various lectures [9 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 43

Lectures: SF Conservatory of Musi c 1933 Outstanding Music Compositions. 15 leaves of notes in pencil.

Box 10 , Folder 44

Lectures, Summer Session SF Cons 1939, Subject Harmonic Analysis. Transcripts of the lectures, from June 19 -July 21 [typescript; 45 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 45

Lecture: The Nature of Melody--Santa Barbara College, summer 1950. Handwritten lecture notes [ms-I&p; 5 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 46

Lesson Plans for a course at Mills College, summer 1933. [typescript with pencil notes; 8 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 47

The Mass of the Pope Marcellus. Notes and Bibliography. [typescript with pencil notes; 5 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 48

Midterms, Music 27. (Dec. 8, 1949) 9 copies of the 4-leaf midterm, and a grade sheet for Music 133: The String Quartets of Beethoven, Aug. 1942).

Box 10 , Folder 49

Miscellaneous notes on rhythm, harmony, and (a)esthetics. [typescript, ms-p&I; 199 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 50

Music 27 A&B Outline. 1935-36 [typescript; 4 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 51

Music 27, Fybate Notes. [typescript; 164 leaves].

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Music 27. Various exams (originals and completed) for Music 27, between the years of 1941 and 1949. Also, Music S123 midterm (June 29,1951) and Music 117 C final, Sp. 1948. [typescript; 102 leaves].

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Music 111 & 142. Brief bibliographies [typescript; 3 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 54

Music 202. Notes from class taken by Elkus and students, [typescript, I; 90 leaves].

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Music as an Emotional Expression and as Rhythmic Design. [typescript, pencil; 22 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 56

"Music as an Emotional Expression and as Rhythmic Design." [manuscript, 21 leaves]

 

Kosmos. The extant records of the Kosmos Club, partial compilation. [ditto; 9 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 57

The Nature of Melody. Read at the Kosmos Club Apr. 7. 1947. [ms-I; 46 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 58

Notes. On modes, etc. [ms-p; 7 leaves, ms-I; 1 leaf].

Box 10 , Folder 59

Notes for lecture on Bloch (SF Conservatory?) [ms-p; 4leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 60

Notes (for papers?) [ms-I; 37 leaves].

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Notes for music. [ms-p&i; 6 leaves].

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Notes on Chopin and Modality. Handwritten [ms-I; 9 leaves], and typescript [2 note cards].

Box 10 , Folder 63

Notes on class meetings of Music 221: Studies in Classic and Romantic Music. [ms-I & typescript; 32 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 64

Notes on intervallic relationships and notes on Beethoven. [sketch tablet, and 121 loose leaves; mostly ms-p (some typescript).]

Box 10 , Folder 65

Oculos non videt, by Orlando di Lasso. Copied on music staff (by Elkus) in black and red ink.

Box 10 , Folder 66

Papers on Tonal Centers. 2 drafts of Tonal Centers and Central Tonalities, 1 copy of a rough, and 3 of a final draft. One letter dated July 29, 1949 from Theodore M. Finney of the Music Teachers National Association to Elkus. [typescript; 25 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 67

Piano Course, Primary I. [typescript; 20 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 68

Prall, Margaret C. First Exercises in Sight- Singing.

Box 10 , Folder 69

Resume. Original copy of Albert Elkus's resume. [typescript,1 leaf, 2 leaves of notes in pencil.]

Box 10 , Folder 70

The Rise of Instrumental Method and the Influence on Music of Various Poetic and Verse Forms. 2 leaves of notes in pencil. [ms-p; 2 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 71

The Rise of Opera and the Harmonic Point of View. Notes [ms-p; 2 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 72

Rondo. Notes [typescript; 3 leaves, ms-I&p; 2 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 73

R.W.(?) SF Conservatory lecture Dec. 5, 1940. Lecture notes [typescript, with notes in p&I; 8 leaves]. Also includes 2 leaf typescript document on Wagner resembling a letter: "Most Honoured Sir, A deceased person is approaching you..."

Box 10 , Folder 74

San Fran. Cons. Preparatory Studies Piano Course, 5th Edition. [typescript; 79 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 75

Scherzo. 3 leaves of notes in pencil and pen.

Box 10 , Folder 76

Speech, commencement 1947. "Address to the Graduating Class by Dr. Monroe E. Deutsch..." [typescript; 5 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 77

Stanford University. Suggestions for form lectures; hand-written letter to M. Lee.

 

Several copies of Elkus' resume. [typescript, (with carbon copy), I, p; 11 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 78

Stanford University Lectures. Notes [I and typescript; 10 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 79

Structural Feeling in Music and the Motet. 2 leaves of notes in pencil.

Box 10 , Folder 80

Student Paper: Barryte, Maurice (1939). "Analysis and Comments: Movements 1, 2 and 3 of the Ninth Symphony of Beethoven." [typescript; 42 leaves, bound in a folder].

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Student paper: Glenn Matthews. "A Study of Chromatic Scale Notation." [typescript; 15 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 82

Student paper: Margaret Cartwright summary with examples. [typescript I; 6 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 83

Student Paper: Wagner, Russel Wm. (Aug. 8, 1940). "Some Harmonic Aspects of Chinese Music including A Study of the Tonal Centers and Scale Structures of 50 Chinese Religious, Patriotic, Folk, and Theatrical Melodies." [I; 24 leaves, bound in folder].

Box 10 , Folder 84

Student Paper: Wheeler, Helen. "A Report on Gregorian Chant and the Development of the Major and Minor Scales." [typescript; 17 leaves bound in a folder].

Box 10 , Folder 85

Theory of Harmony. 3 drafts of "Harmony Values in Music" (Theory of Harmony), [typescript, 13 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 86

Thirty Piano Lessons for the Beginner by Lillian K. Hodghead. Unbound copy. [105 leaves]. Also, SF Conservatory of Music schedule and calendar 1955-56. [typescript; 4 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 87

Tonal Centers and Central Tonalities.[photocopy; 5 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 88

Tonal Centers and Central Tonalities. (Read at the Harmony Section M.T.N.A., S. 7/1949) [photocopy; 6 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 89

Tonal Centers and Tonality. 2 typescript papers with definitions of musical terms. 2 photocopies with ink corrections, same terms, and expanded discussion of harmony.

Box 10 , Folder 90

Tributes by AIE, (Edmond O'Neill, Ansley Salz). [typescript; 2 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 91

U. C. 1931-2 Orchestration Music 298 A-B. Very brief course description, and grade sheets for both semesters. [typescript; 4 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 92

University Extension course standard symphony extension programs, Jan-May 1933. A 26-leaf packet entitled "The Technique of Using Radio Music Courses in the Classroom." Printed "(Fifth Annual)Standard School Broadcast" programs for 1932-1933. Handwritten notes for University Extension course. [typescript, I, p; 15 loose leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 93

Variants in Bach Chorales. Student work [I& typescript; 11 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 94

Varieties of Tonal Feeling in Music. Draft of essay with corrections, and notes on topic. [typescript with corrections in ink; 10 leaves].

Box 10 , Folder 95

Verdi. [5 leaves of notes, and 4 note cards in pencil.]

 

SERIES 4: CORRESPONDENCE

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Acquisitions

 

SUBSERIES A: PERSONAL AND CORPORATE CORRESPONDENCE

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Adams, George [1 leaf]

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Adler, Charles [22 leaves]

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Adomain, Lan [3 leaves, 1 notecard]

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American Indian Music Education--collection of letters [10 leaves]

Box 11 , Folder 6

Anghin (Hull), Margaret [8 leaves]

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Bacon, Ernest [42 leaves, 10 pamphlets, 3 photos]

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Bacon, Madi [14 leaves]

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Bauer, Harold [6 leaves]

Box 11 , Folder 10

Binyon, Laurence [4 leaves]

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Birmingham, Mrs. (Letter to) [1 leaf]

Box 18

Bliss, Arthur and Trudy. Negative microfilm of correspondence between Arthur and Trudy Bliss and Albert and Elizabeth Elkus. Originals at University Library, Cambridge. [Negative microfilm; 23 items--see small box containing address books in box 18].

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Bloch, Suzanne and Marguerite [2 leaves]

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Bloch, Ernest [3 leaves]

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Blom, Eric [3 leaves]

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Bradsky, Vera [2 leaves]

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Bronson, Bertrand [4 leaves]

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Bukofzer, Manfred [1 leaf]

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Caen, Estelle [2 leaves]

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Campbell, David [1 leaf]

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Clarke, Eric T. [1 leaf]

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Coolidge, Elizabeth Sprague [19 leaves]

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Cushing, Charles [7 leaves]

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Davison, Archibald [12 leaves]

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Deane, William T.[2 leaves]

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Denny, William [13 leaves]

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Dent, Edward [1 leaf]

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Deutsch, Monroe E. [4 leaves]

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Dominican College [6 leaves]

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Elman, Mischa [1 leaf]

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Elston, Arnold [26 leaves, 1 photo]

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Fallows, Eden [4 leaves]

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Firestone, Nathan [2 leaves]

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Foote, Arthur [27 leaves]

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Franko, Sam [1 leaf]

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Fried, Alexander [3 leaves]

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Gabrilowitsch,Ossip [3 leaves, 1 photo]

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Goldmark, Rubin [7 leaves]

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Green, Ray [94 leaves]

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Griller, Sydney [6 leaves]

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Haas, Walter A. [5 leaves]

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Hadley, Chalmers [4 leaves]

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Haydon, Glen [2 leaves]

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Hertz, Lilly [1 leaf]

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Hess, Myra [74 leaves]

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Hildebrand, Joel [1 leaf]

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Hutcheson, Ernest [1 leaf]

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Jackson, Alice Jean [50 leaves]

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Jacobi, Frederick & Irene (1928-49) [112 leaves]

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Jacobi, Frederick & Irene (1950-69) [112 leaves]

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Jewish Community Center [8 leaves]

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Jorda, Enrique [8 leaves]

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Kahn, Ivan [8 leaves]

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Knox, Edith [7 leaves]

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Knuth, William [2 leaves]

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Kojevnikoff, N. [7 leaves]

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Korn, Richard [6 leaves]

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Kovalenko, Oleg [4 leaves]

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Krehbiel, Bertha [3 leaves]

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Krone, Max [37 leaves]

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Leather Medal Society [3 leaves]

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Leplin, Emanuel [3 leaves]

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Lewis, Arthur [4 leaves]

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Lifeschey, Samuel [4 leaves]

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Lipman, Mrs. [1 leaf]

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Loeb, Joseph [1 leaf]

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Lubin, Simon [3 leaves]

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Mansfeldt, Hugo [12 leaves]

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Mason, Daniel Gregory [5 leaves]

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Menuhin, Moshe [15 leaves]

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Merola, Gaetano [2 leaves]

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McManus, George [11 leaves]

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Milhaud, Darius [2 leaves]

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Mills College [21 leaves]

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Monteaux, Pierre [6 leaves]

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Moore, Douglas [4 leaves]

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Mozarteum [4 leaves]

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Mukle, May [36 leaves]

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M.T.A. General [21 leaves]

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NAMESU [38 leaves]

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N.Y. Public Library [1 leaf]

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Nin-Culmell, Joaquin [3 leaves]

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Pendleton, Emmet [9 leaves]

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Petray, Marjorie Gear [3 leaves]

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Pollak, Robert [4 leaves]

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Popper, Jan [4 leaves]

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Prentice Hall [1 leaf]

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Ringer, Alexander [3 leaves]

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Roth, Feri [1 leaf]

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St. Mary's College [1 leaf]

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Salz, Ansley--violin collector [6 leaves]

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San Francisco Symphony Orchestra [19 leaves]

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Saminsky, Lazare [3 leaves]

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Seidel, Toscha [5 leaves]

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Sessions, Roger [34 leaves]

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Silva, Giulio [1 leaf]

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Simmons, Calvin [12 leaves, 1 magazine]

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Slencznska, Ruth [1 leaf]

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Stanford University [1 leaf]

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Stoessel, Albert [1 leaf]

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Stricklen, Edward G. [31 leaves]

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Students (various) [42 leaves]

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Thompson, Meredith [2 leaves]

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Thompson, Randall [19 leaves]

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Tovey, Sir Donald & Lady Clara [1 leaf]

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Uhl, Betty Jane [4 leaves]

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Unidentified Correspondence [1 leaf]

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Wagner, Oscar [3 leaves]

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Wendt, Theophil [1 leaf]

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Woodfill, Walter [2 leaves]

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Woods, Baldwin [2 leaves]

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W.P.A. [4 leaves]

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Y.M.C.A.--Berkeley [4 leaves]

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Zimmerman, Dorothy [8 leaves]

 

SUBSERIES B: CORRESPONDENCE RELATED TO PUBLISHING

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Associated Music Publishers, Inc. [6 leaves]

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Birchard & Co. [2 leaves]

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J. Fischer & Bro. file [45 leaves]

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H.G. Gray Co. file [2 leaves]

Box 11 , Folder 118

Kalmus folder [13 leaves]

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Ries & Erler folder [11 leaves]

Box 11 , Folder 120

Papers related to G. Schirmer [10 leaves]

Box 11 , Folder 121

Universal Editions [24 leaves]

Box 11 , Folder 122

Publishing papers related to "A Merry Folk Tune" [5 leaves]

Box 11 , Folder 123

Publishing papers related to various songs [5 leaves]

Box 11 , Folder 124

Publishing [20 leaves]

 

SUBSERIES C: CORRESPONDENCE TO ELKUS' WIFE

Box 11 , Folder 125

Letters to Elizabeth Elkus : A [15 pp.]

Box 11 , Folder 126

Letters to Elizabeth Elkus : B [59 pp.]

Box 11 , Folder 127

Letters to Elizabeth Elkus : C [37 pp.]

Box 11 , Folder 128

Letters to Elizabeth Elkus : D [24 pp.]

Box 11 , Folder 129

Letters to Elizabeth Elkus : E [36 pp.]

Box 11 , Folder 130

Letters to Elizabeth Elkus : F [22 pp.]

Box 11 , Folder 131

Letters to Elizabeth Elkus : G [30 pp.]

Box 11 , Folder 132

Letters to Elizabeth Elkus : H [48 pp.]

Box 11 , Folder 133

Letters to Elizabeth Elkus : I [3 pp.]

Box 11 , Folder 134

Letters to Elizabeth Elkus : J [13 pp.]

Box 11 , Folder 135

Letters to Elizabeth Elkus : K [28 pp.]

Box 11 , Folder 136

Letters to Elizabeth Elkus : L [40 pp.]

Box 11 , Folder 137

Letters to Elizabeth Elkus : M [50 pp.]

Box 11 , Folder 138

Letters to Elizabeth Elkus : N [6 pp.]

Box 11 , Folder 139

Letters to Elizabeth Elkus : O [4 pp.]

Box 11 , Folder 140

Letters to Elizabeth Elkus : P [29 pp.]

Box 11 , Folder 141

Letters to Elizabeth Elkus : R [26 pp.]

Box 11 , Folder 142

Letters to Elizabeth Elkus : S [64 pp]

Box 11 , Folder 143

Letters to Elizabeth Elkus : T [22 pp.]

Box 11 , Folder 144

Letters to Elizabeth Elkus : U/V [12 pp.]

Box 11 , Folder 145

Letters to Elizabeth Elkus : W [27 leaves]

Box 11 , Folder 146

Letters to Elizabeth Elkus : X/Y/Z [6 leaves]

 

SERIES 5: LIBRETTI, OPERA PROGRAMS, AND MISCELLANY

Box 12

A - Fidelio

 

La Fille du regiment-Lohengrin

 

Louise-Il Sant' Alessio

 

Semiramide-Die Zauberflote

 

Miscellaneous articles

 

SERIES 6: SCRAPBOOKS

Box 13 , Folder Book 1

Aug. 1896 -Mar. 1909

Box 13 , Folder Book 2

Mar. 1896 -Feb. 1909?

Box 13 , Folder Book 3

Nov. 1893 -Feb. 1903

Box 13 , Folder Book 4

May 1898 -Apr. 1903

Box 13 , Folder Book 5

Apr. 1896 -Jan. 1902

Box 13 , Folder Book 6

Dec. 1908 -Jan. 1910

Box 13 , Folder Book 7

Feb. 1914 -Sept. 1916

Box 13 , Folder Book 8

Nov. 1916 -Dec. 1925

Box 13 , Folder Book 9

Feb. 1954 -Jan. 1962

Box 13

Loose clippings, etc.

Box 13

Address book c. 1930

 

SERIES 7: PHOTOGRAPHS

Box 14 , Folder 1

Bertha Elkus (and others). Date unknown, Yosemite, CA.

Box 14 , Folder 2

Franz Liszt. Date unknown.

Box 14 , Folder 3

Franz Schalk. Date unknown.

Box 14 , Folder 4

Georg Schumann. Date unknown.

Box 14 , Folder 5

Pacific Electric Railway; "Ye Alpine Tavern..." Identities, date unknown.

Box 14 , Folder 6

Hugo Mansfeldt. Estimated date: early 1890's.

Box 14 , Folder 7

Albert Elkus. "Evening Song Without Words," 1898.

Box 14 , Folder 8

Edward MacDowell. January 3, 1903.

Box 14 , Folder 9

Arthur Foote. 1908.

Box 14 , Folder 10

Hugo Kaun. 1908.

Box 14 , Folder 11

Robert Fuchs. April, 1914.

Box 14 , Folder 12

Arthur Foote. August, 1929.

Box 14 , Folder 13

Albert Elkus. 1931 at Moro Rock.

Box 14 , Folder 14

Arthur Foote and daughter (Katherine). 1931.

Box 14 , Folder 15

Albert Elkus. 1935. Location unknown.

Box 14 , Folder 16

Arthur Foote and Rosalie Houseman. May 29, 1936.

Box 14 , Folder 17

Albert Elkus and Mischa Ellman. 1937.

Box 14 , Folder 18

Alfred and Lily Hertz. Mid to late 1930's.

Box 14 , Folder 19

Albert Elkus. 1943. 4540 Harbor View, Oakland CA. Signed black and white print taken by Imogen Cunningham.

Box 14 , Folder 20

Albert Elkus, 1948. Two black and white prints, taken by Imogen Cunningham.

Box 14 , Folder 21

Ada Clement, Albert Elkus, and Ernest Bloch. July, 1951.

Box 14 , Folder 22

Charles Cushing, Albert Elkus, and others. July 4, 1952.

Box 14 , Folder 23

Albert Elkus. Late 1950's.

Box 14 , Folder 24

Albert Elkus. Lecture at Ted Benner's house, Spring, 1957.

Box 14 , Folder 25

Albert Elkus. 1958. "Man Listening to Music" signed, black and white print taken by Dorothea Lange,magazine reprint with caption: "Albert Elkus on stage at the opening of Hertz Hall."

Box 14 , Folder 26

Albert and Elizabeth Elkus (and others). UC Berkeley Charter Day, March, 1959. Awarding of Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree. [18 photographs (color prints), 1 color slide, negatives].

Box 14 , Folder 27

Albert Elkus and Clark Kerr. UC Berkeley charter day, March 1959. Awarding of Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree.

Box 14 , Folder 28

Elizabeth Elkus. Mid 1960's.

Box 14 , Folder 29

Elizabeth Elkus, Helen Farnsworth, and Dale Graff. 1991 or 1992.

Box 14 , Folder 30

Elizabeth Elkus and Ethel Britton Mattison. 1993 or 1994.

 

SERIES 8: PROGRAMS AND REVIEWS

Box 15 , Folder 1

Programs, 1900-1905. 13 items.

Box 15 , Folder 2

Programs, 1906-1907. 17 items.

Box 15 , Folder 3

Programs, 1906-1907, University of California, Berkeley. 3 items.

Box 15 , Folder 4

Programs, 1908-1910. 23 items.

Box 15 , Folder 5

Programs, 1908-1910,Berkeley Orchestral Society, 3 items.

Box 15 , Folder 6

Programs, 1911-1913 (February), Abroad. 13 items.

Box 15 , Folder 7

Programs, 1913 (March to April), Abroad. 12 items.

Box 15 , Folder 8

Programs, 1913 (May to October), Abroad. 9 items.

Box 15 , Folder 9

Programs, 1913 (November to December), Abroad. 11 items.

Box 15 , Folder 10

Programs, 1914-1915, Abroad. 11 items.

Box 15 , Folder 11

Programs, 1911-1915, Domestic. 11 items.

Box 15 , Folder 12

Programs, 1916. 10 items.

Box 15 , Folder 13

Programs, 1917. 3 items.

Box 15 , Folder 14

Programs, 1918-1919. 0 items. [Empty as of 3/98]

Box 15 , Folder 15

Programs, 1920-1922. 6 items.

Box 15 , Folder 16

Programs, 1923 (January to June). 6 items.

Box 15 , Folder 17

Programs, 1923 (July to December). 11 items.

Box 15 , Folder 18

Programs, 1924-1925. 6 items.

Box 15 , Folder 19

Programs, 1920-1925, University of California, Berkeley. 1 item.

Box 15 , Folder 20

Programs, 1926-1929. 1 item.

Box 15 , Folder 21

Programs, 1926-1929, University of California, Berkeley. 1 item.

Box 15 , Folder 22

Programs, 1930-1934. 6 items.

Box 15 , Folder 23

Programs, 1930-1934, University of California, Berkeley. 3 items.

Box 15 , Folder 24

Programs, 1930-1934, University of California, Symphony Orchestra. 12 items.

Box 15 , Folder 25

Programs, 1935-1939. 7 items.

Box 15 , Folder 26

Programs, 1935-1939, University of California, Berkeley. 11 items.

Box 15 , Folder 27

Programs, 1935-1939. University of California Symphony Orchestra. 23 items.

Box 15 , Folder 28

Programs, 1940-1944. 7 items.

Box 15 , Folder 29

Programs, 1940-1944, University of California, Berkeley. 14 items.

Box 15 , Folder 30

Programs, 1940-1944, University of California, Symphony Orchestra. 13 items.

Box 15 , Folder 31

Programs, 1945-1947. 4 items.

Box 15 , Folder 32

Programs, 1948-1949. 6 items.

Box 15 , Folder 33

Programs, 1945-1949, University of California, Berkeley. 5 items.

Box 15 , Folder 34

Programs, 1945-1949, University of California Symphony Orchestra. 14 items.

Box 15 , Folder 35

Programs, 1950-1953. 5 items.

Box 15 , Folder 36

Programs, 1954-1955. 4 items.

Box 15 , Folder 37

Programs, 1950-1954, University of California, Berkeley. 5 items.

Box 15 , Folder 38

Programs, 1950-1954, University of California Symphony Orchestra. 4 items.

Box 15 , Folder 39

Programs, 1955-1957. 5 items.

Box 15 , Folder 40

Programs, 1958-1959. 4 items.

Box 15 , Folder 41

Programs, 1955-1959, University of California, Berkeley. 6 items.

Box 15 , Folder 42

Programs, 1960-1962. 7 items.

Box 15 , Folder 43

Programs, 1963-1964. 3 items.

Box 15 , Folder 44

Programs, 1960-1964, University of California. 2 items.

Box 15 , Folder 45

Programs, 1965-1969. 5 items.

Box 15 , Folder 46

Programs, 1965-1969. 2 items.

Box 15 , Folder 47

Programs, 1970-1974. 24 items.

Box 15 , Folder 48

Programs, 1970-1974, University of California, Berkeley. 2 items.

Box 15 , Folder 49

Programs, 1975-1979. 11 items.

Box 15 , Folder 50

Programs, 1975-1979, University of California, Berkeley. 2 items.

Box 15 , Folder 51

Programs, 1980-1981. 4 items.

Box 15 , Folder 52

Programs, 1982-1984. 11 items.

Box 15 , Folder 53

Programs, 1980-1984, University of California, Berkeley. 4 items.

Box 15 , Folder 54

Programs, 1985. 7 items.

Box 15 , Folder 55

Programs, 1986-1989. 6 items.

Box 15 , Folder 56

Programs, 1990-1994. 8 items.

Box 15 , Folder 57

Programs, 1990-1994, University of California, Berkeley. 6 items.

Box 15 , Folder 58

Programs, undated. 20 items.

Box 15 , Folder 59

Programs, undated, University of California, Berkeley. 1 item.

Box 15 , Folder 60

Printed Announcements concerning AIE (such as lecture flyers, etc.) 19 items.

Box 15 , Folder 61

Reviews (general). 3 items.

Box 15 , Folder 62

Reviews by Albert Elkus. 10 items (clippings, etc.).

Box 15 , Folder 63

Reviews of Albert Elkus, 2 items.

 

SERIES 9: HONORS AND AWARDS

Box 16 , Folder 1

American Society of Composers and Publishers certificate of membership. 1946.

Box 16 , Folder 2

Honorary Doctor of Laws degree, 1959.

Box 16 , Folder 3-5

Three original certificates in large separate folders (awarded by UC Regents).

 

SERIES 10: CATALOGUE ALBERT ELKUS'S LIBRARY

Box 17 , Folder 1

Catalogue of Albert Elkus's Library. [typescript with pencil corrections, 118 leaves, bound.]

Box 17 , Folder 2

Catalogue of Albert Elkus's Library. Earlier version without corrections. [typescript, 118 leaves, bound.]

 

SERIES 11: SOUND RECORDINGS

Box 17

Bliss, Sir Arthur. Cassette tape recording of The Olympians, parts 1&3, dir. Bryan Fairfax.

 

Collection of works (on magnetic tape)

 

Impressions of a Greek Tragedy, performed by S.F. Symphony (magnetic tape, vinyl)

 

Songs, Memorial Concert, HAMLET Music (8 LPs, recordings in bound container)

 

SERIES 12: BIO-BIBLIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

 

SUBSERIES A: BIO-BOBLIOGRAPHICAL RECORDS

Box 17

Address book, c. 1933

Box 18 , Folder 1

Biography, 1918-1981. Non-personal biographical records (some submitted to various publications, surveys, etc. [typescript with some corrections in pencil and ink; 24 items].

Box 18 , Folder 2

Comittees, 1930-1953. [typescript; 25 leaves]

Box 18 , Folder 3

University Publications, 1931-1956. [typescript; 10 leaves]

Box 18 , Folder 4

San Francisco State Teacher's College, 1933. [typescript; 12 leaves]

Box 18 , Folder 5

Summer Sessions, 1936-1951. [printed with typescript; 24 leaves]

Box 18 , Folder 6

Music Department, 1937-1954. [114 leaves]

Box 18 , Folder 7

Personal artifacts, 1938. Mementos and records from travel in 1938 [10 items]

Box 18 , Folder 8

Recommendations for Department Chair, 1945-1957. [6 leaves]

Box 18 , Folder 9

Academic Committee Reports, 1947-1952. [44 leaves]

Box 18 , Folder 10

Griller Quartet, 1947-1957. [18 leaves]

Box 18 , Folder 11

UC Extension, 1947-1958. [33 leaves]

Box 18 , Folder 12

Loyalty Oath, 1949-1950. [7 leaves]

Box 18 , Folder 13

Bio-Bibliographical submissions to UC Berkeley, 1951. [typescript with ink corrections; 5 leaves]

Box 18 , Folder 14

May T. Morrison Music Building Planning Committee, 1952. [typescript; 73 leaves]

Box 18 , Folder 15

Antiphonal Gift, 1957. [typescript; 3 leaves]

Box 18 , Folder 16

Miscellaneous personal artifacts. Mementos, records of other travel [16 items].

 

SUBSERIES B: FINANCIAL RECORDS

Box 18 , Folder 17

1930-1958. Retirement, Emeritus. [Printed, with typescript; 104 leaves]

Box 18 , Folder 18

1936-1950. Various records concerning IRS, retirement plans, etc. [Typescript; 36 leaves]

Box 18 , Folder 19

1937-1947. Financial records concerning sabaticals.[3 leaves]

Box 18 , Folder 20

Appointments and salaries, 1952-1960. [27 leaves]

Box 18 , Folder 21

Estate Papers, 1962-1964. Records of distribution of AIE's estate [typescript; 62 leaves]

Box 18 , Folder 22

Pension, 1973-1991. [5 leaves]

 

SUBSERIES C: IN MEMORIAM

Box 18 , Folder 23

Obituaries and various personal memoria, 1962. [28 items]

Box 18 , Folder 24, 25

Drafts of Elkus brochures for the memorial service [Pencil and ink drafts; 12 leaves, printed programs; 10 items]

Box 18 , Folder 26

Elkus Fund/Elkus Prize, 1962-1993. [16 items]