Inventory of the Faculty and department files, Music Dept., University of California, Berkeley, 1923-1979 (bulk 1925-1955)
Inventory of the Faculty and Department Files, Music Dept., University of California, Berkeley, 1923-1979 (bulk 1925-1955)
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List of Contents
Part I: Account books (3 unbound ledgers):
1923-1938. Lists of expenditures for books, music, equipment, general assistance, musical instruments, orchestral instruction, etc. 158 pp.
1935-1939. 120 pp.
1938-1941. 98 pp.
Part II: Monthly accounts
Part III: University Chorus
Part IV: Annual budget requests
1943-1944 to 1953-1954.
Part V: Gifts
1939-1950, various gifts.
1951-1957, various gifts.
1939-1944, Alpha Omicron Pi Prize for Choral Composition.
1946, Columbia Foundation.
1946-1952, Dutton Scholarship Fund.
1935, Richard Holbrook collection of phonograph records.
1951-1958, Sigma Alpha Iota Grant-In-Aid.
1959, Alice Swain Kelly Grant-In-Aid.
1942-1947, Lena M. Meyer Fund
Part VI: Phonograph recordings
Part VII: Personnel Roster, appointments.
Part VIII: Library materials
Part IX: Music dissertations
1921-1948, a list of dissertations in music completed at the University of California at Berkeley.
Part X: Special events
November 4, 1936 to October 21, 1947, guest lecturers in music at the University of California. A correspondence file.
1958-1959, Music Conference lectures.
October 27, 1959, Soviet composers visit Berkeley.
1940-1948, Friends of Music. Correspondence file.
1945, Modern Music Magazine, correspondence.
1946-1947, National Association of Music Executives of Universities. Correspondence file. Pablo Casals master class 25 16mm films at Pacific Archive (642-1437).
Part XI: Performance organizations on campus
1909-1934, Berkeley Musical Association. Correspondence file.
1940-1941, Composer's Forum. Programs and correspondence.
1948-1955, Griller Quartet. Correspondence file and biography of the Griller Quartet.
1958, Northern California High Schools Honor Orchestra. Master list, brochures, correspondence.
1941-1942, International Society for Contemporary Music Festival at Berkeley. Correspondence file, newspaper clippings, program.
1938-1942, League of Composers. Correspondence file including a substantial number of letters to and from Mrs. Claire R. Reis, the national chairman. This file is of historical importance.
1959-1961, Opera Workshop. Correspondence file, with special reference to the performance of Benjamin Britten's Turn of the Screw (Devember 10-12, 1959: and Ernest Bloch's Macbeth (March 31, 1960). This file also contains an interesting list of past opera productions at Berkeley;
March, 1942, Gay-Pepusch, The Beggar's Opera, 4 performances
February, 1946, Purcell, Dido and Aeneas, 6 perf.
April, 1947, Stravinsky, story of a Soldier, 6 perf.
April, 1947, Sessions, Trial of Lucullus, 6 perf.
May, 1953, Schenk, The Village Barber, 6 perf.
May, 1957, Monteverdi, Orfoe, Act II, 3 perf.
May, 1957, Elston, Sweeney Agonistes, 3 perf.
May, 1958, Elston, Love of Don Perlimplin, 2 perf.
May, 1959, Milhaud, Sorrows of Orpheus, 3 perf.
1945-1948, Pro Arte Quartet, correspondence file with brochures.
1950-1951, ASUC Band. Correspondence file, newspaper clippings, etc.
1935-1945, UC Symphony orchestra. Correspondence file.
1948-1954, UC Symphony orchestra. Correspondence file.
1958-1960, UC Symphony orchestra. Correspondence file.
1941-1942, UC Quartet Club. Membership lists, programs, some correspondence.
1939-1940, University of California String Quartet. Correspondence, programs.
Part XII: Festivals and concerts.
1940-1948, concerts sponsored ny the Coolidge Foundation. Correspondence file.
1941, Berkeley Festival in the Greek Theatre. Correspondence file.
1942, short wave programs saluting the University of Chile, 100th anniversary. Correspondence file.
1945-1946, performance of Purcell's Dido and Aeneas. Correspondence file.
1947, performance Sessions' Trial of Lucullus. Correspondence file.
1947, performance of Stravinsky's Histoire du Soldat. Correspondence file.
1951-1954, performance of Schenk's The Village Barber. Correspondence file.
1955-1956, Festival commemorating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Mozart. Some programs and lists.
Part XIII: May T. Morrison Music Building.
1951-1958, meetings of the Building Committee, reports, some correspondence.
Part XIV: The May T. Morrison Music Festival, April-May, 1958.
1957-1958, Budget reports, correspondence, agendas, dedication talks, invitation and mailing lists, schedules, press relations, etc.
Part XV: Instruments
1951-1953, The John Challis harpsichord (correspondence file, budget, newspaper clippings).
1961-1963, The Eric Herz harpsichord, on loan to the Deaprtment of Music. Correspondence file.
1961-1962, The Hubbard and Dowd harpsichord and the sale of the John Challis harpsichord. Correspondence file.
1953-1970, The Walter Holtkamp Organ. Correspondence files, memos, blueprints,photographs, specifications, etc.
Part XVI: Proposed affiliation between the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and the Department of Music, University of California at Berkeley
1941-1954, Extensive correspondence files, reports, memos, curriculum studies, etc.
Part XVII: Individual Persons.
1950-1951, Abraham, Gerald. Invitation to teach at Berkeley, miscellaneous correspondence concerning appointment to teach.
1948-1952, Abraham, Peter. Materials relating to his collecting of music of the California Native Americans.
1967, Aird, Donald. Various Programs from concerts.
1938-1951, Bacon, Ernest. Performances, various correspondence.
1951-1955, Bacon, Madi. Bio-bibliographical information, correspondence concerning appointment to teach at Berkeley.
1965-1970, Bailey, George. Correspondence, bio-bibliographical records.
1965-1970, Bailey, Robert. Miscellaneous correspondence.
1965-1971, Barrett, Estelle Caen. Correspondence concerning appointment and reappointment to her position at Berkeley.
1947-1957, Bellugi, Piero. Bio-bibliographical information, newspaper clippings, programs, budget data concering a promotion.
1950-1958, Berdahl, James Ernest. Miscellaneous correspondence, budget data concerning leave, programs, and clippings.
1938-1943, 1958, Bliss, Arthur. Invitaton to teach at Berkeley, curriculum vita, performance of Lady of Shalott, etc.
1943-1963, Bloch, Ernest. List of classes taught at Berkeley, rosters of students, Ernest Bloch Society letter.
1940-1974, Boyden, David Dodge. Bio-bibliographical information, clippings, budget data, and student evaluations.
1957-1978, Briggs, Robert Orlando. Letters concerning his appointment to teach, programs of performances, other miscellaneous correspondence.
1975, Brown, Earle. Correspondence, programs from performances.
1930-1940, Brown, Elizabeth Stuart. Miscellaneous pertaining to classes, notice of her death.
1973, Brueggen, Frans. Curriculum vitae and miscellaneous correspondence.
1967, Bylsma, Anne. Bio-bibliographical information.
1959-1963, Casals, Pablo. Correspondence mainly about his master class. 25 16mm films at the Pacific Film Archive.
1942, Chavez, Carlos. Invitation to teach at Berkeley. Curriculum vita.
1959-1976, Clark, Jacqueline. Bio-bibliographic information, student letters, budget data, and miscellaneous correspondence.
1959-1965, Commanday, Robert Paul. Correspondence concerning his appointment to teach at Berkeley, bio-bibliographical information.
1939-1966, Denny, William D. Budget data, bio-bibliographical updates, programs, original copies of student letters, other correspondence.
1979-1980, Donatti, Franco, Chair of Italian Culture. Programs and clippings, letters concerning appointment.
1956, Doyle, Althea. Budget data.
1974-1978, Duckles, Vincent Harris. Miscellaneous materials, correspondence, budget data.
1958-1960, Edwall, Harry R. Matters concerning his research grant pertaining to the microfilming of Haydn MSS, bio-bibliographical.
1939-1940, Einstein, Alfred. Various correspondences.
1965-1968, Eloy Jean Claude. Clippings and bio-bibliographical information.
1957-1972, Elston, Arnold. Bio-bibliographical information and updates, personal materials, budget data.
1997, Feliciano, Richard. Interview in World Harp Congress Review.
1939-1951, Green, Ray. Wide range of correspondence with Albert Elkus, curriculum vita.
1948-1952, Griller, Sydney. Correspondence.
1948-1955, Griller Quartet, The. General correspondence (1948-1952), budget data, general correspondence (1952-1955), concerning salary (1950), revision of contract (FTE), second three year contract (1952-1955), first three year contract (1948-1952), and bio-bibliographical information.
1948-1955, Grillers. Correspondence.
1982-1985, Grisley, Gerard. Supporting materials, bio-biliographical information, correspondence concerning appointment and promotion.
1954-1955, Gurvin, Olav. Correspondence with Manfred Bukofzer.
no date, Heartz, Daniel.
1936-1951, Herzog, George. Miscellaneous correspondence.
no date, Hertz, Alfred. Excerpts form the will of Alfred Hertz pertaining to the department of Music at Berkeley.
1962-1963, Hertzmann, Erich, Evelyn C. Letters concerning death of EH, budget data and correspondence of E. Hertzmann.
1945-1947, Hiatt, Iva Dee. Performances, photographs, correspondence, curriculum vita, bio-bibliographical updates.
1960-1966, Hunter, George. Concerning appointment to teach at Berkeley, correspondence.
1952-1969, Jones, Mary Groom. Bio-bibliographical information, programs from performances.
1981-1983, Keller, Michael A. Correspondence, letters from students concerning promotion to academic rank.
1954-1955, Kinkeldey, Otto. Correspondence file.
1962-1965, Kirkpatrick, Ralph. Correspondence, converts, lectures, workshop.
1958-1959, Kolisch, Rudolf. Correspondence with Joseph Kerman.
1948-1958, Krieger, Reginald. Bio-bibliographical information, budget data.
1950-1955, Kubitschek, Ernest. Bio-bibliographical information.
1952-1956, Kyme, George. Bio-bibliographical information.
1946-1956, Lawton, Edward B. Miscellaneous, budget data.
1961-1968, Lewin, David B. Bio-biliographical information, budget data.
1958-1963, Lord, Jewel Wilfred. Budget data.
1956-1961, Lowinsky, Edward E. Bio-bibliographical information, budget data. Special budget data (appointment as visiting professor 1956-1957), supporting materials.
1955, Lyon, Margaret and Margaret Prall. Death of Miss Prall.
1953-1954, May, Elizabeth Downey. Various Correspondence with Joaquin Nin-Culmell.
1943, Monteux, Pierre. Defense of his performances of modern music by the San Francisco Symphony. Newpaper clippings, correspondence by Albert Elkus, Daily Californian Editorial.
1948, Morton, Lawrnece. Correspondence with Manfred Bukofzer.
1953-1956, Moulthrop, Frances Anna. Bio-bibliographical information, updates.
1951-1972, Nin-Culmell, Joaquin. Bio-bibliographical information, programs, clippings, replacement.
1946-1950, Nollner, Walter. Curriculum vita, teaching, correspondence.
1948, Petran, Laurence. Correspondence with Manfred Bukofzer.
1952-1965, Petray, Mrjorie Gear. Bio-bibliographical information, programs and clippings, budget data.
1959-1966, Popper, Jan. Miscellaneous bio-biliographical information, correspondence.
1951-1955, Ringer, Alexander. Bio-bibliographical information.
1948-1952, Rosen, Gerome W. Bio-bibliographical information, clippings, programs.
1963, Rubin, Nathan. Limited bio-bibliographical information.
1952, Salz, Ansley K. Concerning paintings by Piazzoni.
1963, Sanks, Mary. Bio-bibliographical information.
1956, Sachs, Curt. Correspondence relating to his Hitchcock lectures.
1952, Saphir, Severin Franz. Bio-bibliographical information.
1939-1944, Schoenberg, Arnold. Correspondence by Albert Elkus about Arnold Schoenberg, the death of Carl Engel, etc.
1946-1953, Sessions, Roger. Mainly bio-bibliographical information, some correspondence, some newspaper reviews, the Bloch professorship.
1954-1972, Sherman, Abe. Bio-biliographical information, student evaluations, budget data.
1950-1956, Shifrin, Seymour Jack. Budget data, bio-bibliographical information.
1949-1974, Sparks, Edgaer H. List of professional activities, clipings, reviews.
1979, Stine, Robert E. Bio-bibliographical informatoin, student evaluations, budget data.
1937-1939, Stricklin, Edward G. Correspondence, class matters, curriculum vita, memorial upon his death, Jan.2, 1950.
1938-1939, Thompson, Randall. Correspondence.
Part XVIII: Manfred Bukofzer
Bio-bibliographical materials. Extensive information.
Bio-bibliographical materials. Extensive information.
1941-1955, 212 letters (indexed) pertaining to Manfred Bukofzer's musicological activities.
1941-1955, Departmental matters: principally correspondence and memos.
1941-1955, Graduate matters: principally recommendations, examinations,enrollmentlists, correspondence, scholarships, committee meetings.
1941-1955, Matters dealing with professional associations: American Council of Learned Societies, American Musicological Society, Music Library Association, International Congress of Musicology, Music Teachers National Association, RISM, etc.
Part XIX: Albert Elkus
In memorium file.
1930-1950, Appointment to Faculty of Music, appointment as chairman, reappointments as chairman, retirement plans.
1931-1936, Courses taught at the University of California.
1941-1950, Fybate lecture notes for Music 27A
1938-1950, Music 27A-B,examinations given from 1938-1950.
1939-1950, Miscellaneous correspondence.
1942-1950, Travel reports.
1939-1940, Theses committees.
1940-1941, Committee: Council of the Humanties. Extensive file.
1940-1941, Committee: University appointments.
1935-1950, Committee: University honorary degrees.
1946-1950, Committee: Classroom building.
1948-1949, Committee: Art-Decorative Art Departments.
1943-1950, Committee: University songs and rallies.
1948-1949, Committee: Advisory Committee on Performed Music.
1945-1950, Comittee: Affiliation with Secondary Schools.
1936-1941, W.P.A.: National Youth Administration.