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  • Title: Lucien Garban Musical Scores
    Identifier/Call Number: GAR.1971
    Contributing Institution: Walter Stiern Library Archives and Special Collections
    Language of Material: French
    Physical Description: 25.0 Linear feet Contains over 800 musical scores by various composers.
    Date (inclusive): 1786-1954
    Collection Location: Archives East Room 211. See Archivist for access.
    Abstract: The Lucien Garban Collection contains over 800 musical scores by composers such as Ravel, Debussy, Faure, Wagner, and many others. A portion of hte musical scores in the collection have been marked up by Garban on the authority of the composers for corrected reprints of editions of their music.
    creator: Lucien, Garban, 1877-1959

    Collection Group:

    Musical Scores

    Access Restrictions

    Arrangements to view the collection must be made at least 48 hours prior to viewing. Original documents are not made available to the researcher if a copy (microform, photocopy, etc.) is available.

    Copyright:

    The copyright interests in this collection remain with the creator: For more information, contact the Archivist.

    Accruals

    No further acquisitions.

    Preferred Citation

    [Identification of item], Lucien Garban Collection, Walter Stiern Library Archives, California State University, Bakersfield, [date accessed].

    Arrangement Note

    The collection is arranged in eight series. Series I: Musique Dramatique, 1876-1938. Series II: Musique Religieuse, 1881-1905. Series III: Musique Vocale, 1827-1953. Series IV: Musique Instrumentale, 1786-1954. Series V: Methods et Traité, 1881-1950 Series VI: Livrets d’Operas, 1900-1938. Series VII: Ouvrages Litteraires, 1896-1927. Series VIII: Items not listed on original inventory, 1835-1932. Series I contains musical scores by various composers and is divided into six sub-series. Many of the titles are not dated.
    Series I contains dramatic music by miscellaneous composer. Many of the titles are not dated.
    Series II contains religious music by miscellaneous composers. Many of the titles are not dated.
    Series III contains various vocal music and is divided into two sub-series. Many of the titles are not dated.
    Series IV contains instrumental music and is divided into nine sub-series. Many of the titles are not dated.
    Series V contains works related to method. Some titles are not dated.
    Series VI contains operas. Some titles are not dated.
    Series VII contains literary works. Some titles are not dated.
    VIII contains items by various composers that were not listed on the original inventory. Some titles are not dated.

    Note:

    Unless otherwise noted, all works published in Paris.

    Scope and Contents:

    This collection contains sheet music and bound volumes. Many of the scores have been annotated by Lucien Garban.

    Subjects and Indexing Terms

    Albeniz, Isaac
    Aubert, Louis
    Bach, Johann
    Balakirev, Mily
    Beethoven, Ludwig van
    Berlioz, Hector
    Bizet, Georges
    Borodine, Alexander
    Brahms, Johannes
    Branga, Roger
    Bridge, Frank
    Bussler, Ludwig
    Caplet, Andre
    Casella, Alfredo
    Charpentier, Gustave
    Chenneviere, Daniel
    Chopin, Frederic
    Couperin, Francois
    Czerny, Carl
    d'Albert, Eugen
    d'Indy, Vincent
    d'Ollone, Max
    Da Palestrina, Giovanni
    Danhauser, Adolphe
    Danilova, Alexandra, 1903-1997
    David, Jose
    de Falla, Manuel
    de Lisle, Joseph Rouget
    Debussy, Claude
    Delage, Maurice
    Delibes, Leo
    Delioux, Charles
    Diabelli, Antonio
    Dommange, Rene
    Dubois, Theodore
    Ducasse, Roger
    Dukas, Paul
    Durand, F.L.
    Durand, Jacques
    Durey, Louis
    Dutrut, Claudine-Marthe
    Erk, Ludwig
    Faure, Gabriel
    Ferroud, Pierre-Octave
    Franck, Cesar
    Gade, Niels
    Gevaert, Francois-Aguste
    Goosens, Eugene
    Gounod, Choudens
    Gretchaninov, Alexander
    Haydn, Joseph
    Hessen, Alexander Friedrich von
    Ibert, Jacques
    Kefauver, Estes, 1903-1963
    Kreisler, Fritz, 1875-1962
    Kullak, Theodor
    Kullman, Charles, 1903-1983
    Lalo, Edouard
    Lambert, Lucien
    Larbey, Victor
    Lavignac, Albert
    Liszt, Franz
    Lucien, Garban, 1877-1959
    Martini, Nino, 1905-1976
    Massenet, Jules
    Massine, Leonide, 1896-1979
    Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix
    Menu, Pierre
    Menuhin, Yehudi, 1916-1999
    Mirovitch, Alfred, 1884-1959
    Moszkowski, Moritz
    Moussorgsky, Modeste
    Mozart, Wolfgang A.
    Nietzsche, Friedrich
    Novaes, Guiomar, 1895-1979
    Persichetti, Vincent
    Poulenc, Francis
    Praenestinus, Giovanni Pierluigi
    Puccini, Giacomo
    Rabaud, Henri
    Radoumis, James
    Rameau, Jean-Philipe
    Ravel, Maurice
    Reger, Max
    Richter, Ernst Friedrich
    Riemann, Hugo
    Rimsky-Korsakow, Nikoli
    Roger-Ducasse, Jean
    Roland-Manuel, Alexis
    Rossini, Gioacchino
    Roussel, Albert
    Rubinstein, Arthur, 1887-1982
    Saint-Saens, Camille
    Satie, Erik
    Scarlatti, Domenico
    Schmitt, Florent
    Schonberg, Albert
    Schreker, Franz
    Schreyer, Johannes
    Schubert, Franz
    Schumann, Robert
    Severac, Deodat de
    Simonsen, Edward
    Sjogren, Emil
    Spalding, Albert, 1888-1953
    Strauss, Richard
    Strawinsky, Igor
    Tausig, Carl
    Thiberge, Raymond
    Verdi, Guiseppe
    Verlaine, Paul
    Vierne, Louis
    von Weber, C.M.
    Vronsky, Vitya, 1909-1992
    Wagner, Richard
    Waldteufel, Emile
    Weingartner, Felix
    Wekerlin, Jean-Baptiste
    Classical music