Finding Aid for the Ernest Kanitz papers 0196

Emily Hodgkins
USC Libraries Special Collections
2010
Doheny Memorial Library 206
3550 Trousdale Parkway
Los Angeles, California 90089-0189
specol@usc.edu


Language of Material: English
Contributing Institution: USC Libraries Special Collections
Title: Ernest Kanitz papers
creator: Kanitz, Ernest, 1894-1978
Identifier/Call Number: 0196
Physical Description: 85.26 Linear Feet 58 boxes
Date (inclusive): 1890-2008
Abstract: Correspondence, scores, recordings, and ephemeracorrespondence of Austrian emigre composer and teacher Ernest Kanitz (1894-1978). Kanitz continuously devoted himself to the systematic study of piano, theory and composition. In 1930 he founded the Vienna Women's Chorus, with which he brought new choral music to the public in Vienna, Paris, Brno and Budapest. In July 1938, Kanitz emigrated to the United States with his wife and children. Once there, he began teaching music and also appeared as conductor of various women's choruses and student orchestras. After his wife passed away from Hodgkin's disease in 1944, he moved to Los Angeles. By November 1945, he was appointed to the faculty at the USC School of Music, where he taught until his retirement in 1959.

Biographical note

Ernst Kanitz was born April 9, 1894 in Vienna. He studied law at the University of Vienna (J.D. 1918), but continuously devoted himself to the systematic study of piano, theory and composition with Richard Heuberger (1912-1914) and Franz Schreker (1914-1920). Early successes as composer (principally the premiere of the oratorio "Das Hohelied" in 1921) aided his musical career, which also led to teaching. Beginning in 1922, he was a Professor of Theory and Analysis at the New Vienna Conservatory and had numerous private students in composition. In 1930 Kanitz founded the Vienna Women's Chorus, with which he brought new choral music to the public in Vienna, Paris, Brno and Budapest. The chorus remained in existence until Kanitz's emigration to the United States in 1938.
Kanitz was not alone when he came to the United States in July 1938. His wife, Getrude Reif, came along with their three children, Elizabeth (born ca. 1922), Tom (born ca. 1924) and Mary Bridget (born ca. 1926). Gertrude must have also been interested in the study of music, as many of the music scores in his collection originally belonged to her during the 1910s. Despite the complications that undoubtedly were involved in uprooting a family of five, they seem to have settled in quickly to a home in South Carolina. Also in 1938, Kanitz embarked on the first step in an extended teaching career, first at Winthrop College in Rock Hill (1938-1941) and then as Head of the Music Department of Erskine College (1941-1944). He also appeared as conductor of various women's choruses and student orchestras. By the early 1940s, almost all members of the family had obtained American citizenship. In 1943, Kanitz's daughter Elizabeth married an American soldier, and his son Tom joined the Army and worked as a photographer throughout World War II.
Things changed significantly for Kanitz after his wife passed away from Hodgkin's disease in 1944. Soon afterward, he went to Los Angeles in the summer of 1944. While it was initially intended to be a short vacation, after a brief time in the city he decided instead to resign from his position at Erskine and try to make a living as a composer and teacher in Southern California. His youngest daughter, Mary Bridget, joined him and found work in Los Angeles. It was a difficult first year as Kanitz tried to establish a career in the highly competitive field of film scoring, and he lived mostly off of some freelance work and private music lessons. But his persistence and diligence prevailed by 1945. When Ernst Toch took the summer off from teaching at USC due to illness, Kanitz was invited to take his place. By November 1945, he was appointed to the faculty at the USC School of Music, where he taught composition and counterpoint until his retirement in 1959 (he returned as a guest professor there in 1960/1961).
From 1961-1964 he taught at Marymount College in Palos Verdes, California. He then devoted himself exclusively to private teaching and composition, activities which were severely restricted in 1967 by diminishing vision. Kanitz died in Palo Alto, CA in 1978.
His compositions include: -Chamber operas (Room No. 12, Royal Auction, Perpetual)
-Orchestral works (Gay Ouverture, Motion Picture, Concerto Grosso for wind instruments, strings and piano; Concert Piece for trumpet and orchestra or piano, Concerto for Chamber Orchestra (1955); Visions At Twilight for flute, piano and strings (1962); Concerto for Bassoon and Orchestra (1962); Sinfonia Seria (first symphony, 1963), Second Symphony (1965); Sinfonia Concertante (third symphony) for violin, cello and orchestra (1967); Sinfonietta da Camera (1972))
-Chamber music (works for solo instruments, 4 duos, 3 trios, 2 string quartets, 3 quintets and one sextet)
-Works for voice (Das Hohelied (Christian Morgenstern), oratorio for four solos, mixed chorus and orchestra (1920; 1921); Music of Our Time, chamber cantata for baritone, women's chorus and chamber orchestra (1932); Evening Festival for Radio for soprano solo, two guitars, two pianos and orchestra (1934); Ballet Music for women's chorus and orchestra (1936); Gotthelf Schlicht, cantata for solos, mixed chorus and orchestra (1937); choral works and songs with piano accompaniment).
He also published A Counterpoint Manual: Fundamental Techniques of Polyphonic Music Writing (Boston, 1948).

Scope and Contents

The Ernest Kanitz papers consists of correspondence, music-related ephemera, musical scores, and recordings created and collected by Kanitz 1912-2008. The correspondence, both personal and professional consists of letters between friends, family, and colleagues, official paperwork regarding his career as a composer including royalty checks, membership paperwork, and other such forms. The ephemera consists of the materials that Kanitz collected over the years in relation to his career (including programs, posters, magazines, and other music-related items), as well as his personal life. The scores are made up of both works by Kanitz and his other musicians. The former constitute the bulk of the collection. They include original musical scores, libretti, and other writings. Some of them are printed, some are scanned and photocopied, and others are original manuscripts. There are many different copies and versions of the same works. The scores by other composers are annotated by him and retained for his personal reference. There is a large variety of scores within this series: some of them date from his time in Austria during the interwar period, some belonged to his wife, Gertrude Reif, and others were given to him by the people who had composed them (often these are signed to Kanitz with a note). The majority of them are published scores, but there are a few from friends that are manuscript/hand-written versions of the works. The recordings (albums and magnetic tapes) are of performances of Kanitz's own work. In general, the record albums are from earlier (1940s-1950s) while the magnetic tapes are from slightly later (1960s-1970s).

Organization

The papers are organized into 6 series: Correspondence; Works by Kanitz; Recordings; Concert Programs and Ephemera; Works by Other Composers.
The organization of the collection was first and foremost by type of material (music scores, correspondence, recordings, etc.) and then chronologically as needed, particularly for the correspondence and ephemera. However, because of the various sizes of music scores and other materials in the collection, storage also played a major part in organization.

Conditions Governing Access

COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE: Advance notice required for access.

Conditions Governing Use

All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Manuscripts Librarian. Permission for publication is given on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.

Preferred Citation

[Box/folder# or item name], Ernest Kanitz papers, Collection no. 0196, Special Collections, USC Libraries, University of Southern California

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Composition (Music) -- Archival resources
Exiles -- Austria -- 20th century -- Archival resources
Musicians -- California -- Los Angeles -- Archival resources
Music -- Instruction and study -- California -- Los Angeles -- Archival resources
Books
Correspondence
Programs (documents)
Scores
Scrapbooks
Sound recordings
Kanitz, Ernest, 1894-1978 -- Archives
University of Southern California -- Archives

 

Correspondence 1912-2008 1944-1975

Scope and Contents

The first series in the Kanitz papers is his personal and professional correspondence. The personal correspondence (referred to as just "correspondence") consists of letters between friends, family, and colleagues. While that might sometimes include information about Kanitz's professional life, the subseries of professional correspondence consists of the more official paperwork regarding his career as a composer: royalty checks, membership paperwork, and other such forms.
The personal correspondence is mostly from earlier in Kanitz's life: his years in Vienna, corresponding with friends and collegues in the German-speaking music world. Then there is a gap throughout the 1930s, a period of great change for Kanitz. His correspondence then picks up again in 1944, after the death of his wife, as he prepares to move to California and change career paths. There is another gap throughout the 1950s, and then his correspondence becomes almost entirely professional, regarding royalties, fees, and other concerns related to his career.
Box 1, Folder 1

[Correspondence with Wilhelm Furtwaengler] 1912-1924

Scope and Contents

Wilhelm Furtwaengler was a German composer who was conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic primarily from 1922-1945. While he was never a member of the Nazi party, he became infamous for working with high-ranking Nazis (including Hitler himself) throughout World War II.
Box 1, Folder 2

[Correspondence with Franz Schreker] 1920-1925

Scope and Contents

Franz Schreker was an Austrian composer and conductor who found great popularity during the Weimar Republic period, when he was the director of the Hochschule fuer Musik in Berlin.
Box 1, Folder 3

[Miscellaneous correspondence] 1920-1927

Scope and Contents

This folder includes correspondence between Kanitz and figures such as: conductors Pierre Monteux, Karl Straube, and Bruno Walter; soprano Lotte Leonard; and violinist Bronislaw Huberman, among others.
Box 1, Folder 4

[Correspondence with Carl Schuricht] 1921-1923

Scope and Contents

Carl Schuricht was a German conductor and music director of Wiesbaden from 1923-1944.
Box 1, Folder 5

[Correspondence with Hermann Abendroth] 1923-1925

Scope and Contents

Hermann Abendroth was a German composer and director of the Cologne Conservatory (1925-1934). He was initially removed from his post by the Nazi government, but was reinstated soon afterward and joined the Nazi party officially. After the war, he became music director of Weimar (1945-1956) when it was part of East Germany.
Box 1, Folder 6

[Correspondence with Otto Naumann] 1923-1926

Box 1, Folder 7

[Correspondence] 1944 May-June

Box 1, Folder 8

[Correspondence] 1944 July-August

Box 1, Folder 9

[Correspondence] 1944 September

Box 1, Folder 10

[Correspondence] 1944 October

Box 1, Folder 11

[Correspondence] 1944 November

Box 1, Folder 12

[Correspondence] 1944 December

Box 1, Folder 13

[Correspondence] 1945 January

Box 1, Folder 14

[Correspondence] 1945 February

Box 1, Folder 15

[Correspondence] 1945 March

Box 1, Folder 16

[Correspondence] 1945 April-May

Box 1, Folder 17

[Correspondence] 1945 June

Box 1, Folder 18

[Correspondence] 1945 July-August

Box 1, Folder 19

[Correspondence] 1945 September

Box 1, Folder 20

[Correspondence] 1945 October

Box 1, Folder 21

[Correspondence] 1945 November

Box 1, Folder 22

[Correspondence] 1945 December

Box 1, Folder 23

[Correspondence] 1946 January

Box 1, Folder 24

[Correspondence] 1946 February

Box 1, Folder 25

[Correspondence] 1946 March

Box 1, Folder 26

[Correspondence] 1946 April-July

Box 1, Folder 27

[Correspondence] 1946 August-December

Box 1, Folder 28

[Correspondence] 1947 January-September

Box 1, Folder 29

[Correspondence] 1947 October-December

Box 1, Folder 30

[Correspondence] 1948 January-March

Box 2, Folder 1

[Correspondence] 1948 April-October

Box 2, Folder 2

[Correspondence] 1948 November-1949 April

Box 2, Folder 3

[Correspondence] 1949 May-December

Box 2, Folder 4

[Professional correspondence] 1966-1967

Box 2, Folder 5

[Professional correspondence] 1968

Box 2, Folder 6

[Professional correspondence] 1969

Box 2, Folder 7

[Professional correspondence] 1970

Box 2, Folder 8

[Professional correspondence] 1971

Box 2, Folder 9

[Professional correspondence] 1972

Box 2, Folder 10

[Professional correspondence] 1973

Box 2, Folder 11

[Professional correspondence] 1974-1975

Box 2, Folder 12

[Professional correspondence] 2008 March 13

 

Works by Kanitz 1915-1971 1945-1965

Scope and Contents

This is the primary series in the collection, as it is made up of original musical scores, libretti, and other writings, all by Kanitz. Some of them are printed, some are scanned and photocopied, and others are original manuscripts. Within this section, there are many different copies and versions of the same works.
 

Libretti and Writing 1920-1964 1953-1959

Scope and Contents

This sub-series contains the libretti and other writings related to Kanitz's compositions. Often, he was not the author of the libretti to his operas and operettas, and friends or other colleagues would work in partnership with him. But because he worked so closely with them, often even acting as the translator, they are housed under the "Works by Kanitz" series.
Box 10, Folder 9

[Miscellaneous writing] undated

Box 10, Folder 10

Musikblaetter des Anbruch: Halbmonatsschrist fuer moderne Musik 1920-1921

Scope and Contents

This folder includes two issues: Vol. 2, No. 5 (1920 March 1) and Vol. 3, No. 4 (1921 February 2).
Box 10, Folder 14

[Photos from a performance of] Room No. 12, Royal Auction, UCLA 1958 February 26

Box 12, Folder 1

[Notes about Operas: scores, discs, tapes, and libretti] undated

Scope and Contents

The notes are in a binder, and separated by opera with different tabs.
Box 28

Opera Sketches, Libretto M[anu]s[cript] undated

Scope and Contents

Assorted notes, predominantly handwritten, kept in their original folder.
Box 18, Folder 9

Gotthelf Schlicht: Das Lebenslied eines einfachen Menschen (Song of Life: The Story of the Forgotten Man) [Libretti] undated

Box 8, Folder 1

Kumana: Libretto for an Opera in Five Scenes 1953

Box 8, Folder 2

Kumana: Libretto for an Opera in Five Scenes ca. 1953

Box 8, Folder 3

Kumana: Libretto for an Opera in Five Scenes ca. 1953

Box 8, Folder 4

Kumana: Libretto for an Opera in Five Scenes ca. 1953

Box 8, Folder 5

Kumana: Libretto for an Opera in Five Scenes ca. 1953

Box 17, Folder 10

The Lucky Dollar: Opera Libretto 1959

Box 9, Folder 1

The Lucky Dollar: Opera Libretto in Two Scenes 1964

Box 10, Folder 15

The Lucky Dollar: Opera Libretto in Two Scenes 1959

Box 10, Folder 5

Perpetual: Libretto undated

Box 8, Folder 6

Room No. 12: Opera Libretto in One Act ca. 1956

Scope and Contents

This folder also contains another libretto by Richard Thompson, who had written Room No. 12 (for which Kanitz had then written the music).
Box 8, Folder 7

Room No. 12: Opera Libretto in One Act ca. 1956

Box 10, Folder 13

Royal Auction: Opera Libretto in One Act 1957

Box 10, Folder 7

Wunder-Wilan: Oper in einem Vorspiel und 3 Akten undated

Box 10, Folder 8

Wunder-Wilan: Oper in einem Vorspiel und 3 Akten undated

Box 27

[Wunder-Wilan summary and libretto] undated

Scope and Contents

Kept in original folder.
 

Music Scores 1915-1971 1945-1965

Scope and Contents

This sub-series is the foundation of the collection, containing Kanitz's original scores from throughout his long career. They have been organized alphabetically for ease of use, although titles are not always exactly the same across all copies of the score. Some scores are bound, some are loose; some scores are in completed form and others are still drafts.
The scores entitled, "I. Akt," "II. Akt" or "III. Akt" are likely all part of one larger score, possibly Kanitz's "Himmelsucher" (later titled "Wunder-Wilan"). However, there is no absolute designation on the separated scores themselves, so they have been kept separately as originally found.
Box 10, Folder 2

[Chorus music scores by Kanitz] undated

Box 10, Folder 3

[Incomplete music score manuscript] undated

Box 10, Folder 6

[Scores by Kanitz] undated

Box 25

[Assorted sheet music, handwritten] undated

Box 29

[Miscellaneous music scores by Kanitz] undated

Scope and Contents

These loose music scores include, "Du hoerst ein Lied...", "Zwei Gesaenge aus Oesterreich," and "Feierlicher Tanz."
Box 29

[Untitled music scores by Kanitz] undated

Scope and Contents

Assorted, separately bound untitled scores; some may be from Kanitz's "Wunder-Wilan." Includes some notes on separate pieces of paper.
Box 30

[Assorted compositions by Kanitz] ca. 1920

Scope and Contents

Bound in one large volume.
Box 34

[Miscellaneous handwritten scores by Kanitz] undated

Scope and Contents

All music written in pencil by Kanitz. Untitled, but with many notes.
Box 31

[Scores labeled "2. Akt"] undated

Scope and Contents

15 copies of a score only labeled as "2. Akt," with each copy being for a different instrument.
Box 32

[Scores labeled "2.Akt"] undated

Scope and Contents

2 copies of a score labeled only "2.Akt."
Box 31

[Scores labeled "3. Akt"] undated

Scope and Contents

2 copies of a score labeled only as "3. Akt," each for a different instrument.
Box 32

[Scores labeled "1.Akt"] undated

Scope and Contents

24 copies of a score labeled only "1.Akt." Each of them is written for a different instrument.
Box 33

[Scores labeled "1.Akt"] undated

Scope and Contents

22 copies of a score labeled only "1.Akt." Each is written for a different instrument.
Box 9, Folder 2

II Akt, Buehnemusik undated

Box 9, Folder 3-4

II Akt, Tenor undated

Box 9, Folder 5-6

II Akt, Bass undated

Box 9, folder 7-8

II Akt, Sopran undated

Box 9, Folder 9-10

II Akt, Alt undated

Box 28

Abendfeier (Musik fuer Rundfunk): Orchester-Material undated

Scope and Contents

Hardbound score; handwritten.
Box 28

Abendfeier fuer Orchester und Sopran-Solo, III. Die Stimme undated

Scope and Contents

Hardbound score; handwritten. Written originally in German but with Kanitz's added English translations in pencil.
Box 30

Alte Lieder undated

Scope and Contents

Kept in original folder, handwritten scores.
Box 14, Folder 4

Auf der Treppe undated

Box 17, Folder 11

Ballettmusik fuer kleines Orchester 1937

Scope and Contents

Commercial music scores.
Box 20

Ballett-Musik fuer kleines Orchester ca. 1929

Box 24

Ballettmusik fuer kl. Orchester ca. 1929

Scope and Contents

Includes both manuscript and printed copies of the score.
Box 24

Ballettmusik ca. 1929

Box 11, Folder 1

Bassoon Sonata, pencil sketches undated

Box 22

Beyond the Paling of the Stars, for mixed voices (solo soprano and 2 trumpets ad libitum) and piano undated

Box 56

Blaserspiel (Serenade for Wind Instruments, Piano and Batterie) 1930

Box 24

Cantata 1961 1961

Scope and Contents

11 copies of the score, all paper bound with the title pages.
Box 26

Cantata 1961 [Fragments and notes] 1961

Scope and Contents

Grouped together in a folder are: handwritten notes regarding the German and English versions of the lyrics for Cantata 1961, and 6 copies of pages 15-28 of the printed score.
Box 10, Folder 11

Choral Suite without Words, for women's voices and piano 1948

Box 13, Folder 4

Concert Piece for Trumpet and Piano 1953

Box 13, Folder 3, Box 22, Box 52

Concert Piece for Trumpet and Orchestra undated

Box 42

Concertino for 5, Masters of Score and Parts undated

Scope and Contents

Kept in original folder.
Box 17, Folder 7-8, Box 22

Concertino for Five Players 1957

Box 13, Folder 1-2

Concerto for Bassoon and Orchestra undated

Box 13, Folder 8-10, Box 37

Concerto for Bassoon and Orchestra 1962

Box 13, Folder 11, Box 41

Concerto for Bassoon and Orchestra 1963

Box 13, Folder 5

Concerto for Chamber Orchestra, String Parts 1955

Box 54, Box 13, Folder 6-7

Concerto for Chamber Orchestra 1955

Box 14, Folder 1-2

Concerto Grosso for eight wind instruments, percussion, piano and strings undated

Box 49, Box 50, Box 54

Concerto Grosso

Box 18, Folder 14

Divertimento 1949

Box 18, Folder 13

Divertimento for Viola and Cello 1949

Box 31

Divertimento 1948 August

Scope and Contents

Photocopied from a handwritten version.
Box 25

Doppel fuge fuer Klavier zu vier Kaenden (Op.1) 1915

Box 14, Folder 7

Draust auf da grean Fluen undated

Box 14, Folder 9

Drei Lieder, Op. 5 1923

Box 15, Folder 6

Duo for Violin and Viola 1956

Box 22

Duo for Violin and Violon, Mastersheets 1956

Box 14, Folder 5

Es ist Nacht undated

Box 25

Fuenf Taenze fuer Klavier undated

Box 25

Fuenf Volksweisen aus dem Steiermaerkischen Salzkammergut undated

Box 22

Gotthelf Schlicht (Das Lebenslied eines einfachen Menschen) Klavierauszug undated

Box 22

Gotthelf Schlicht, Klavierauszug undated

Box 34

Gotthelf Schlicht: Das Lebenslied eines einfachen Menschen 1935-1936

Scope and Contents

Hardbound score, handwritten.
Box 34

Gotthelf Schlicht: Das Lebenslied eines einfachen Menschen undated

Scope and Contents

Bound as a softcover, handwritten.
Box 25

Heitere Ouvertuere fuer grosses Orchester undated

Box 36

Himmelsucher [later title: Wunder-Wilan] undated

Scope and Contents

Mostly hardbound, but with a number of loose leaves stuck in as well. Handwritten.
Box 23

Himmelsucher: Skizzen [Later title: Wunder-Wilan] undated

Box 30, Box 39, Box 56

Das Hohelied undated

Scope and Contents

Unbound/loose score. Two copies, both handwritten and paper-bound.
Box 20, Box 24

I Waited for the Lord, Anthem for Mixed Chorus and Organ or Piano 1950

Scope and Contents

Two copies.
Box 22

I Waited for the Lord undated

Box 26

I Waited for the Lord 1949 April 9

Scope and Contents

7 copies of the score, each bound with staples with no cover sheet. There is one extra copy of the first page.
Box 12, Folder 3-5

Intermezzo Concertante for Alto Saxophone and Band undated

Scope and Contents

Part 1/3. Continues in Folders 12.4 and 12.5.
Box 41

Intermezzo Concertante for Alto Saxophone and Band 1948

Scope and Contents

4 copies, all bound separately. Scores photocopied from handwritten originals.
Box 41

Intermezzo Concertante (Sax and Band) Score and Parts, Ozalid Mastersheets undated

Scope and Contents

Kept in original folder.
Box 23

Joan's Suite, Mastersheets undated

Scope and Contents

Kept within the original envelope.
Box 10, Folder 1, Box 25

Kein Schoener Land undated

Box 29

Kontrapunkt undated

Scope and Contents

Contained in the original folder, labeled "Kontrapunkt" by Kanitz, these handwritten scores are often more like sketches, done in pencil with many notes.
Box 16, Folder 1-8

Kumana: Opera in 5 Scenes 1953, undated

Box 19

Kumana: Opera in Five Scenes, Vocal Scores 1953

Scope and Contents

5 copies, plus two folders in which the scores were originally found.
Box 19

Kumana Mastersheets of Piano Score undated

Box 20

Vocal Material for Kumana, Sc. II undated

Scope and Contents

15 copies of the material within the original folder.
Box 21

Kumana: Opera in Two Acts (5 Scenes), Vocal Score No. 10 undated

Scope and Contents

Kept within its original folder.
Box 21

Kumana: Opera in 5 Scenes, Vocal Score No. 8 (rev.) undated

Scope and Contents

Kept within the original folder.
Box 21

Kumana Scenes I and II, Piano Score and Pencil Sketch undated

Box 42

Kumana: Opera in 5 Scenes (2 Acts) 1958

Scope and Contents

4 copies of the score, all spiral-bound with covers. The scores themselves are photocopied from handwritten versions.
Box 37

Kumana Orchestra Score Master Sheets undated

Scope and Contents

Kept in original folder, handwritten.
Box 40

Excerpts from Kumana, Orchestra Score undated

Scope and Contents

Kept in original folder.
Box 23

Liberation: Dance composition for school orchestra undated

Scope and Contents

Kept within the original envelope.
Box 11, Folder 13

Little Concerto 1970

Box 17, Folder 9

The Lucky Dollar: Chamber Opera in Two Scenes 1959

Box 27

Lustige Ouverture 1918

Scope and Contents

Hardbound score; handwritten.
Box 15, Folder 4, Box 22

Magic Dance for piano and percussion instruments 1947, undated

Box 14, Folder 14

Moods for Chamber Orchestra 1966

Box 14, Folder 15

Moods: Orchestra Parts for Chamber Orchestra 1966

Box 19

"Moods" for Chamber Orchestra: I, Optimistic 1965 September 18

Box 19

"Moods" for Chamber Orchestra: II, Lonely 1965 October 30

Box 19

"Moods" for Chamber Orchestra: III, Cynical 1965 November 21

Box 19

"Moods" for Chamber Orchestra: IV, Serene 1965 December 28

Box 20

"Moods" for Chamber Orchestra 1966

Scope and Contents

3 copies of the score are spiral bound with red covers, and 1 copy is loose but with a title page.
Box 14, Folder 3, Box 18, Folder 1-7, Box 39

Motion Picture: Three Fantasies for Orchestra undated

Box 56

Motion Picture: Three Short Phantasies for Orchestra

Box 41

Motion Picture, Transparent Score Only undated

Scope and Contents

Handwritten.
Box 31

Music for Piano, Four Hands 1958 April

Scope and Contents

Composer: Daniel Eller. Spiral bound with an off-white cover, photocopied score from a handwritten version.
Box 14, Folder 12

Neues Liedschaffen aus Oesterreich 1935

Box 40

No Man is an Island 1952

Scope and Contents

Spiral-bound with a red cover, score photocopied from handwritten original.
Box 15, Folder 1

Notturno undated

Box 10, folder 12

Notturno for Flute, Violin and Viola 1953

Box 18, Folder 15

Parent Song (Elternlied) 1955

Box 14, Folder 8

Passacaglia/Dance for flute, two violins, cello and piano undated

Box 10, Folder 4

Perpetual [cuts from the older version] undated

Box 15, Folder 3

Perpetual undated

Box 15, Folder 7

Perpetual 1960-1963

Box 15, Folder 8-9

Perpetual: Opera in One Act 1960

Box 15, Folder 13

Perpetual: Opera in One Act 1971

Box 22, Box 26

Perpetual: Opera in One Act 1960

Box 31

Quartet for Strings, No. I undated

Scope and Contents

Composer possibly Sister Harriet Mary. Spiral bound with a green cover; score photocopied from a handwritten version.
Box 18, Folder 8

Quintettino (Prologue, Lullaby, and Rondo) for Oboe, Clarinet, French Horn, Bassoon, and Piano undated

Box 25

Quintettino (Prologue, Lullaby and Rondo) for Oboe, Clarinet, French Horn, Bassoon and Piano undated

Scope and Contents

Original mastersheets.
Box 34

[Quintettino master copy sheets with two copies] undated

Box 24

Room No. 12: Opera in One Act 1956

Scope and Contents

Three copies were originally bound together with a string. One copy is paper bound with a title page, and the other two are spiral bound with black covers.
Box 36

Room No. 12: Chamber Opera in One Act 1956

Scope and Contents

2 copies, one in its original folder, and the other spiral bound with a red cover. The spiral bound copy is labeled "personal #1."
Box 29

Royal Auction: Opera in One Act 1957

Scope and Contents

Photocopied from original handwritten score, and spiral bound with black cover.
Box 11, Folder 10-11

Second Sonata for Violin and Piano 1965

Scope and Contents

10 copies.
Box 13, Folder 12, Box 53, Box 55

Second Symphony 1964

Box 11, Folder 2

Second Violin Sonata, pencil sketches undated

Box 25, Box 56

Serenade undated

Scope and Contents

14 copies of the music scores. Parts.
Box 25

Serenade for Wind Instruments, Piano and Percussion 1930-1968

Box 19

Sextett fuer Violine und Blaeser 1931 November 7

Box 24

Sextett fuer Violine und Blaeser undated

Box 43

Sinfonia Concertante (3rd Symphony), First Prints undated

Scope and Contents

Kept in original envelope.
Box 37

Sinfonia Concertante (Violin, Cello and Orch.) undated

Scope and Contents

4 copies, three of which are staple-bound, with one that is spiral-bound. All are photocopies from handwritten versions.
Box 43

Sinfonia Seria 1963

Scope and Contents

The three parts of the symphony are bound separately, but kept together. Photocopied score from a handwritten version. 7 copies of the score for Sinfonia Seria, all bound (some are spiral-bound, others are paper-bound), and all photocopies of a handwritten original.
Box 50, Box 51

Sinfonietta da Camera

Box 25

Solemn Dance ca. 1930

Box 11, Folder 12, Box 21

Sonata for Bassoon and Piano 1966

Box 17, Folder 3

Sonata for Violin and Cello 1947

Box 12, Folder 7

Sonata for Violoncello Alone 1955

Box 15, Folder 5

Sonata Breve for Violin, Cello and Piano 1951

Box 12, Folder 6

Sonata Californiana 1948

Box 14, Folder 10

Sonate for Violin and Piano 1924

Box 14, Folder 11

Sonate fuer Violine und Klavier 1924

Box 31

Sonate fuer Violoncello und Klavier undated

Scope and Contents

By M.J.M. Nedbal, with an note handwritten on the score from the composer. The score itself is a photocopy from a handwritten version.
Box 22

Sonatina Californiana for E-Flat Alto Sax and Piano 1944 August 5

Scope and Contents

Kept within the original folder.
Box 11, Folder 8-9

Sonatina for Viola and Piano 1956

Box 17, Folder 5

Song in Exile (Kindersang) 1956

Box 23

Steige frueh am Morgen... undated

Box 30

Streichquartett in Fis moll 1915 June-1916 January

Scope and Contents

Hardbound, handwritten score.
Box 11, Folder 3

String Quartet in D undated

Box 11, Folder 4-5

String Quartet in D 1945

Box 11, Folder 6

String Quartet in D 1945-1947

Box 17, Folder 2

String Trio undated

Box 31

Studies in Twelve Tones 1954 January-April

Scope and Contents

Composer: D.R. Eller. Dedicated, "to my teacher Soulima Stravinsky." Spiral bound with an off-white cover. Photocopied from a handwritten version.
Box 14, Folder 13, Box 39

Suite for Two Trumpets, Horn, Trombone and Tuba 1959

Box 40

Suite for Two Trumpets, Horn, Trombone and Tuba: Master Sheets 1959

Box 18, Folder 12

Suite for Violin and Piano 1947

Box 20

[Little] Suite for Violin and Piano undated

Scope and Contents

Kept within the original folder.
Box 41

Symphony I undated

Scope and Contents

Kept in original folder. Tissue and first print, and tissue of revised score.
Box 41

Symphony II (Scherzo) undated

Scope and Contents

Kept in original folder. Tissue and 1st print, and tissue of the revised score.
Box 55

Tanz-Sonate [Dance Sonata] 1932, 1963

Box 17, Folder 4

Trio for Violin, Viola and Cello 1947

Box 22

Trio for Violin, Viola and Cello undated

Box 31

Triple Fugue for Saxophone Quartet and Piano undated

Scope and Contents

Unbound. By Abe Most.
Box 17, Folder 6

Two Miniatures for trumpet or alto saxophone and piano 1956

Box 11, Folder 7

Two Pieces for Clarinet and Piano 1949

Box 18, Folder 10

Vier Gesaenge: Op.11, Sopran und Klavier 1926

Box 18, Folder 11

Vier Gesaenge fuer Sopran und Orchester 1926-1935

Box 37

Vier Gesaenge fuer Sopran u. Orchester Op. 11 undated

Scope and Contents

Handwritten.
Box 15, Folder 2

Visiones: pencil sketches undated

Box 15, Folder 10-11, Box 25

Visiones in Crepusculo 1962

Box 34

Visiones in Crepusculo, for flute, strings, piano and women's chorus in unison 1962

Scope and Contents

3 copies, photocopied scores from handwritten versions.
Box 15, Folder 12

Visions at Twilight 1962

Box 35

[Score labeled "Vorspiel"] undated

Scope and Contents

Handwritten.
Box 14, Folder 6

Wind und Geige undated

Box 23

Woodwind Quintet, 1st Movement undated

Scope and Contents

Kept within the original envelope.
Box 26

Wunder-Wilan: Klavierauszug undated

Scope and Contents

Hardbound score; handwritten.
Box 27, Box 38

Wunder-Wilan: Opera in einem Vorspiel und 3 Akten undated

Scope and Contents

Hardbound score; handwritten. Unbound.
Box 12, Folder 2, Box 17, Folder 1, Box 56

Zeitmusik fuer Fauensoli und -chor, Baritonsolo und Kammerorchester (Music of This Time) undated

 

Recordings 1946-1975

Scope and Contents

Lastly, the "Recordings" series is split into two sub-series for magnetic audio tapes and vinyl record albums. The vast majority of these are recordings of performances of Kanitz's own work, and there are many duplicates throughout. In general, the record albums are from earlier (1940s-1950s) while the magnetic tapes are from slightly later (1960s-1970s). Not all of them are in good condition, and Kanitz himself had written notes on the recordings if a record was broken, or if the tape was scratched.
 

Tapes 1951-1975

Scope and Contents

This sub-series consists of magnetic audio tape recordings of performances of Kanitz's compositions. There are many duplicates, and they range from 4.5" to 10.5" (approximately). They have been organized in alphabetical order in the finding aid by the name of the score for ease of use, but they are physically retained in their original order.
Box 46

[Untitled magnetic recording tape] undated

Scope and Contents

Marked "Bauer" on the back, and "Utna Pishtim" on the side.
Box 46

Misc. Collection of Various Pieces undated

Box 46

#1 Fugue for Woodwinds, Double Fugue for Saxophones, by Buddy Collette undated

Box 46

2nd Violin-Piano Sonata 1965 December 4

Scope and Contents

Emergency transcription. Ritter-Allen Duo. Baltimore. World Premiere. 7 1/2.
Box 44

Bassoon Concerto undated

Scope and Contents

Marvin Feinsmith. Tel Aviv, Israel. 4 track stereo.
Box 45

Bassoon Concerto 1967 October 7

Scope and Contents

Garfield-Ormandy (Phila. Orch.). Mono, 7 1/2.
Box 46

Brass Suite undated

Box 46

Brass Suite undated

Box 45

Brass Suite 1964 May

Scope and Contents

Pete Carpenter's recording. Full track, 7 1/2. 11:45.
Box 44

Cantata 1961 1961 March 18

Scope and Contents

7 1/2" mono full track. Hollywood High School Choir.
Box 44

Cantata 1961 1961 March 18

Scope and Contents

Recorded live at the first semi-annual Spring Festival of Music. 7 1/2.
Box 44

Cantata 1961 1961 March 18

Scope and Contents

7 1/2" mono full track. Hollywood High School Choir.
Box 44

Cantata 1961 1961 March 18

Scope and Contents

7 1/2" mono full track. Hollywood High School Choir.
Box 45

Cantata 1961 1961 March 18

Scope and Contents

First perf., Hollywood High School Choir, Mynatt Breidenthal. 7 1/2 i.p.s., 1/2 track.
Box 45

Cantata 1961 1961 April 21

Scope and Contents

3rd perf: Calif. Vocal Assoc., with text reading and interviewer. Interview with Robt. Trotter. 7 1/2 speed.
Box 45

Cello Solo Sonata 1956 May

Scope and Contents

Original Tape, 15 inch speed.
Box 44

Chamber Concerto 1957 March 30

Scope and Contents

Redlands. Copy #2, from Stereo Tape (Wilkinson)
Box 44

Chamber Concerto 1957 March 30

Scope and Contents

Redlands. 1st copy from stereo tape (Wilkinson).
Box 44

Chamber Concerto 1957 March 30

Scope and Contents

Redlands, stereo tape.
Box 45

Lecture: Composer at the Cross Road 1959 March 18

Scope and Contents

West Side Jewish Comm. Center. 7.5 RPM.
Box 46

Concertino for Five Players 1959 May

Scope and Contents

Recorded in Performance, USC. Full track, 7 1/2" mono.
Box 46

Concertino for Five Players 1957 March 3

Scope and Contents

1st perf., Greensboro, N.C.
Box 46

Concertino for Five Players 1959 May

Scope and Contents

Recorded in Performance, USC. Full track, 7 1/2" mono.
Box 44

Concerto for Bassoon and Orchestra 1967 October 7

Scope and Contents

Eugene Ormandy, Philadelphia Orchestra; Soloist: Bernard Garfield. Aircheck, original in mono--transferred to stereo, 7 1/2 i.p.s. (Play on stereo only!) Playing time of tape: ca. 22 min.
Box 44

Concerto for Bassoon and Orchestra 1967 December 28 and 30

Scope and Contents

Detroit Symphony Orchestra; Charles Sirard, Soloist. 4 track Stereo and single Monophonic at 7 1/2 i.s.p.
Box 44

Concerto for Bassoon and Orchestra undated

Scope and Contents

7 1/2" mono, full track. Bassoon: Vernon Read, Piano: June Lusk Nelson.
Box 45

Concerto for Bassoon and Orchestra ca. 1962

Scope and Contents

Bassoon: Vernon Read; Piano: June Lusk Nelson. 7 1/2 mono, full track.
Box 44

Concerto for Chamber Orchestra 1964 January 12

Scope and Contents

7 1/2 i.p.s., mono. 2 copies.
Box 44

Concerto for Chamber Orchestra 1971 February 21

Scope and Contents

Orchestra of Utah State University. Logan, Utah. Conductor: Ralph Matesky. Stereo, 7 1/2 i.p.s., playing time: 15 min.
Box 45

Concerto for Chamber Orchestra 1971 February 21

Scope and Contents

Orchestra of Utah State University. Logan, Utah. Cond.: Ralph Matesky. Playing time: ca. 15 min.
Box 45

Concerto Grosso 1959 May

Scope and Contents

Dub from monoaural recording--Ampex 600 recorder Altec M20 condenser mic. USC Symphony, Ducloux.
Box 45

Divertimento 1958 April 27

Box 44

Ernest Kanitz Memorial Concert 1969 April 9

Scope and Contents

7 1/2 i.p.s. Recorded by DH. Visions at Twilight (Kanitz) and Andante and Allegro for Bassoon and Piano (M. Doran).
Box 44

Ernest Kanitz Memorial Concert 1969 April 9

Scope and Contents

7 1/2 i.p.s. Recorded by DH. Violin Sonata (Kanitz), Sonata for Flutes (Cooper), and String Quartet, 1st Movt (H. Owen).
Box 45

An Evening of Chamber Music: Concertino for Five Players 1959 May

Scope and Contents

Recorded in Performance by Stephen Markham, Hollywood. NAACC.
Box 45

Festival of Contemporary Music: Program IV, Music of Ernest Kanitz 1959 March 11

Scope and Contents

Two Miniatures for Trumpet and Piano, Sonata Breve, and Sonata Californiana for Saxophone and Piano.
Box 45

Festival of Contemporary Music: Program IV, Music of Ernest Kanitz 1959 March 11

Scope and Contents

Sonata for Violin and Cello, Two Songs, and Concertino for Five Players.
Box 45

I Saw Two Children undated

Scope and Contents

(E. Kaufmann), Virginia Bitar
Box 44

Intermezzo Concertante undated

Scope and Contents

15"/sec., Rascher-[?] Band, Premiere, Green Soloist.
Box 44

Intermezzo Concertante 1967 April

Box 44

Intermezzo Concertante for Alto Saxophone and Band undated

Scope and Contents

University of Southern California Concert Band. Soloist: William Green. 7 1/2 inches, half track. Performing time: 8 minutes.
Box 44

Intermezzo Concertante undated

Scope and Contents

Trojan Band under William A Schaefer. Soloist: William Greene (Alto-Saxophone). Transcribed from disc.
Box 45

Intermezzo Concertante for Alto Saxophone and Band 1973 March 25

Scope and Contents

Harvey Pitel, Saxophone (E-flat alto). USC Wind Orchestra, conducted by William Schaefer.
Box 46

Interview Tape 1954 February 21

Scope and Contents

For broadcast, "Mr. and Mrs. Opera," Kumana at WNYC.
Box 44

Kumana 1954 January 23

Scope and Contents

15"/sec., Time: 24:10. Kanitz has other notes on the back regarding the details of each side.
Box 44

Kumana undated

Scope and Contents

Orig. 7 1/2" tape. Kanitz has more details written on the back regarding the specifics of the timing.
Box 44

Kumana, 1st Tape undated

Scope and Contents

"B" Takes: "A" Takes on Master reel
Box 44

Kumana undated

Scope and Contents

"B" takes only; "A" takes on master reel
Box 44

Kumana Excerpts (copy) undated

Scope and Contents

7 1/2 speed.
Box 44

Excerpts from Kumana undated

Scope and Contents

Recorded by Opera Workshop of UCLA under Jan Popper. 7 1/2 speed, 24 min.
Box 44

Kumana Excerpts undated

Scope and Contents

(Transcribed from disc by Bill). 7 1/2 speed.
Box 44

Kumana 1953 Summer

Scope and Contents

7 1/2" tape copy, with piano.
Box 45

Kumana 1954 January 25

Scope and Contents

Popper, UCLA Workshop.
Box 45

Motion Picture Suite undated

Scope and Contents

Standard School, Carmen Dragon--Cond.
Box 44

Museum Concert 1960 January 17

Box 45

Parent's Song undated

Box 44

Perpetual (Cut version, copy) 1963 June

Scope and Contents

Copy #1, edited (correction of interruptions). Half track, 7 1/2.
Box 44

Perpetual (Cut version) 1963 June

Scope and Contents

NYC rehearsal, copy #2. Half track, 7 1/2.
Box 44

Perpetual: One Act Chamber Opera 1964 February 26

Scope and Contents

Full track, 7 1/2" mono. Opera Workshop conducted by Jan Popper, UCLA.
Box 44

Perpetual: One Act Chamber Opera 1964 February 26

Scope and Contents

UCLA. 1st copy, Opera Workshop conducted by Jan Popper. Full track, 7 1/2, mono.
Box 44

Perpetual: One Act Opera 1964 February 26

Scope and Contents

2 tracks, Stereophonic. 1st copy.
Box 45

Perpetual 1964 February 26

Scope and Contents

UCLA, Opera Workshop conducted by Jan Popper. 7 1/2" mono, full track.
Box 46

Piano Sonata, by Truman Fischer undated

Scope and Contents

Sharon Davis, pianist.
Box 45

Quintettino 1953 Spring

Scope and Contents

University of Texas.
Box 44

Room Number 12: Opera in One Act 1958 February 26

Scope and Contents

Recorded at Schoenberg Hall UCLA. Tape speed 7 1/2, Tape time 28 min. Full track.
Box 45

Room No. 12 1958 February 26

Scope and Contents

Edited tape. Premiere, Schoenberg Hall. Jan Popper, cond. (Composer's authentic tape.) Tape speed 7 1/2, tape time 28 min. Full track.
Box 45

Royal Auction 1958 February 26

Scope and Contents

UCLA Opera Workshop, Premiere. Full track. 7 1/2 i.p.s.
Box 46

Second Sonata for Violin and Piano 1966 October

Scope and Contents

San Fran. State College. Baker-Effenbach.
Box 44

Second Symphony 1968 December 11-13

Scope and Contents

World premiere performance: Josef Krips with San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. San Francisco, Calif. Stereo, 7 1/2 i.p.s. (play on stereo only!) (Playing time of tape: ca. 30 min)
Box 44

Second Symphony 1968 December 11-13

Scope and Contents

World Premiere performance: Josef Krips with San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. San Francisco, Calif. Stereo, 7 1/2 i.p.s. (play on stereo only!) (Playing time of tape: ca. 30 min)
Box 44

Second Symphony 1968 December 13

Scope and Contents

San Francisco, Krips. [?] copy from original stereotape. 7 1/2.
Box 45

Second Symphony 1968 December 13

Scope and Contents

Josef Krips, San Francisco Symphony, world premiere. Stereo 7 1/2. 4 track.
Box 45

Serenade for Wind Instruments, Piano, and Percussion 1968 May 19

Scope and Contents

USC Wind Orchestra, Dr. Wojciak, conducting. Bovard Auditorium, USC, LA.
Box 44

Sinfonietta Da Camera 1973 March 10

Scope and Contents

Premiere, University of Southern California. 7 1/2 i.p.s. (Stereo)
Box 45

Sinfonietta da Camera 1973 March 10

Scope and Contents

Premiere: University of Southern California. Stereo, Track: 1/4, Speed: 7 1/2.
Box 46

Sonata for Viola and Piano 1967 April 16

Scope and Contents

UC Riverside. Robert Gottlieb, Viola; Jean Barnes, Piano. 7 1/2 i.p.s.
Box 46

Sonata for Violin and Cello 1955 November 13

Scope and Contents

Carl and Phyllis Kraeuter. New York, Town Hall.
Box 46

Sonata for Violin and Cello, Concerto for Five Players, Perpetual 1964 February 26

Scope and Contents

UCLA, copy March 1964.
Box 45

Sonata for Violin and Cello 1964 February 26

Scope and Contents

UCLA Concert.
Box 46

Sonata for Violin and Cello undated

Scope and Contents

Israel Baker and Josef Krossnik.
Box 46

Sonata for Violin and Cello undated

Scope and Contents

Faulty tape, 3rd movement missing. Baker Vandenburg.
Box 46

Sonata for Violoncello Alone 1956 Winter

Scope and Contents

(Gabor Rejto), 7 1/2" mono.
Box 46

Sonata for Violoncello Alone 1956 Winter

Scope and Contents

(Gabor Rejto), Mon. Evening Concert. 8 min, dubbing.
Box 46

Sonata for Violoncello Alone 1956 Winter

Scope and Contents

Gabor Rejto, Mondya Evening Concert, Full track 7 1/2" mono.
Box 46

Sonata for Violoncello Only 1956 Winter

Scope and Contents

Gabor Rejto, Monday Evening Concert. Full track, 7 1/2" mono.
Box 45

Sonata #2 for Violin and Piano 1965 December 6

Scope and Contents

NACC Concert. Endre Granat, Dimitiani. Stereo, 7 1/2.
Box 46

Sonata #2 for Violin and Piano 1965

Scope and Contents

NACC Concert, Stereo 7 1/2 i.p.s.
Box 46

Sonata Breve undated

Scope and Contents

Immaculate Heart Trio. 12' 12.6"
Box 46

Sonata Breve 1966 November 14

Scope and Contents

(Sandler-Davis-Ruiz) S.F. State College.
Box 45

Sonata Breve undated

Scope and Contents

Premiere (Crown, Jacobsen, Deak). 7 1/2.
Box 45

Sonata Breve, Notturno, and Sonata for Violin and Cello 1955 June 7

Box 46

Sonata Breve 1971 May 17

Scope and Contents

Gerre Phillips, violin; Jena Fulkerson, cello; Charles Fulkerson, piano.
Box 45

Sonata Californiana 1950 November 19

Scope and Contents

Sax. Sonata (Johnston-Boyes), Humanists. Discussion period.
Box 46

Sonata Californiana 1971 March 12

Scope and Contents

Cal. State Fullerton. Thomas Axworthy, Sax. Richard Ellis, Pia.
Box 45

String Trio undated

Scope and Contents

Pasquier Trio. 15 1/2 min.
Box 46

Suite for Brass 1960 April 16

Scope and Contents

WNYC, New York Brass Quintett.
Box 46

V Symphonie and Divertimento, by Karl Schiske 1963-1965

Box 46

Three Part Fugue #5, by Buddy Collette undated

Box 45

A Tribute to Ernest Kanitz 1974 November 23

Scope and Contents

Sonata Califoniana, Sonata for Violin and Cello, Second Sonata for Violin and Piano, Sonata for Violoncello Alone, and Sinfonietta da Camera.
Box 46

Triple Fugue Saxophone Quartet and Piano, by Abe Most undated

Box 44

Trumpet Concerto (Copy) 1951

Scope and Contents

Kanitz's note on back: 7 1/2 i.p.s., half track, mono. U.S.C. Symphony, Cond.: Dahl, Soloist: Eschoff (Bill's newest copy from old disc).
Box 44

Trumpet Concerto 1951 April 14

Scope and Contents

7 1/2 mono. Eshoff, Trumpet; Dahl, Composer. USC Symphony Orchestra. Broken tape (2nd half).
Box 44

Trumpet Concerto 1952 February 15

Scope and Contents

Private tape, dubbed from original University tape of first performance. 2nd half of tape: dubbing from original disk (Bill)--better. (Best tape) 7 1/2 mono, single track.
Box 45

Trumpet Concerto 1951 April 14

Scope and Contents

Premiere. Eshoff-Dahl--USC Symphony. Beginning spoiled by double recording. 7 1/2. Half track.
Box 46

Two-Piano Sonata, by Harold Owen undated

Box 45

Viola Sonatina 1957 May 15

Scope and Contents

USC, 5 min.
Box 46

Viola Sonatina, Sonatina for Viola and Piano undated

Scope and Contents

Mono half track, 7 1/2 i.p.s., Sanford Schonbach and Lillian Steuber.
Box 46

Viola Sonatina 1959 October 16

Scope and Contents

Milton Thomas, Viola.
Box 45

Violin: Piano Suite, Violin Suite 1950 November 19

Scope and Contents

Violin Suite (Wade-Boyes); Violin-Cello Sonata (Wade-Gates). Humanists.
Box 46

Violin Sonata undated

Scope and Contents

Original tape, 3 3/4 i.p.s. Half track.
Box 46

Violin Sonata #2 [5 copies] 1965 December 4

Scope and Contents

Melvin Ritter, violin; Jane Allen, piano. Premiere, Baltimore. Full track, 7 1/2" mono.
Box 44

Visions at Twilight, Sinfonietta da Camera, and Sonata for Violin and Piano 1975 June 29

Scope and Contents

Tape recording of stereo record. Made for Dr. Kanitz by R.E. Malm. 7 1/2 i.p.s., side A only.
Box 46

Visions at Twilight 1964 February 26

Scope and Contents

UCLA, Jan Popper cond., 7 1/2" mono full track.
Box 46

Visions at Twilight 1964 February 26

Scope and Contents

UCLA, 7 1/2" mono full track.
Box 46

Visions at Twilight 1964 February 26

Scope and Contents

1st copy (March). Stereo, full track, 7 1/2"
Box 46

Visions at Twilight 1964 February 26

Scope and Contents

1st copy (March). Mono, full track, 7 1/2".
Box 45

Visions at Twilight, Dance Sonata 1964 February 26

Scope and Contents

UCLA. Copy March 1964.
Box 46

Visions at Twilight 1964 February 26

Scope and Contents

Premiere, UCLA. 7 1/2" speed copy, reverb added.
Box 46

Visiones, Dance Sonata 1964 February 26

Scope and Contents

UCLA Conc. Copy (March '64)
 

Record Albums 1946-1961

Scope and Contents

The record albums in this sub-series are mostly recordings of performances of Kanitz's compositions. There are a number of duplicates, and some records are masters for other recordings. There are a few broken records, which Kanitz himself had labeled. Most of them are 12" discs, with a few smaller. They are organized in alphabetical order on the finding aid for ease of use, but physically remain in their original order. There seems to have been another ordering system at some point for these records, as most are numbered at the bottom of the sleeve. However, they were not found in order, and have been kept as-is except for the use of some acid-free sleeves. The original sleeves have been kept next to the new, acid-free ones.
Box 47

[Assorted broken discs] undated

Scope and Contents

A few of the discs were broken prior to the donation of the collection, as they have been labeled "broken" on the record sleeves by Kanitz himself.
Box 47

[Untitled discs] undated

Scope and Contents

The only markings on the record read: "Orion Test: 75190, Surface: X, Audio: X"
Box 48

California Sonota 1947 December 10

Box 48

Cantata, I and II undated

Scope and Contents

In original box.
Box 48

Cantata 1961, 3rd Movement ca. 1961

Scope and Contents

In original box.
Box 47

Concert Piece for Trumpet 1951 April 14

Box 47

Concert Piece for Trumpet and Orchestra undated

Box 47

Concert Piece for Trumpet and Orchestra 1951 April 14

Box 47

Concertino for Five Players (Clarinet, Violin, Viola, Double Bass, and Piano) 1957 March 14

Scope and Contents

First performance. University of North Carolina Music Faculty, Greensboro. Dubbed from an aircheck (Television).
Box 47

Concertino for Five Players [2 copies] 1957 March 14

Box 47

Concerto for Chamber Orchestra 1957 March 31

Box 48

Five Dances undated

Scope and Contents

In original envelope with Kanitz's label on the front.
Box 47

I Waited for the Lord undated

Box 47

Intermezzo Concertante 1953 August 4

Scope and Contents

Sigurd Rascher and U.S. Army Band. Watergate Concerts, Washington D.C.
Box 47

Kindersang [English Title: Song in Exile] undated

Scope and Contents

Viginia Bitar, soprano; Carol Phillips, piano.
Box 47

Five Excerpts from Kumana undated

Box 47

Kumana 1954 February

Scope and Contents

UCLA Opera Workshop, Cond.: Jan Popper. Station WNYC, New York.
Box 47

Kumana Excerpts undated

Box 47

Kumana Excerpts, Dub A 1955 January-February

Box 47

Kumana Excerpts undated

Box 47

Kumana Excerpts, Dub G 1955 March 31

Box 47

Kumana Opera Fragments undated

Box 48

Motion Picture (3 Phantasies, No.1: Nightmare, No.2: Love Scene, No.3: Screen Ballet) 1946 February 23

Box 48

Motion Picture (3 Phantasies, No.2: Love Scene, No.1: Nightmare) 1946 February 23

Box 48

Motion Picture (3 Phantasies, No.1: Nightmare) 1946 February 23

Box 48

Motion Picture (3 Phantasies, No.3: Screen Ballet, No.1: Nightmare) 1946 February 23

Box 48

Motion Picture (3 Phantasies, No.3: Screen Ballet) 1946 February 23

Box 48

Motion Picture (3 Phantasies, No.1: Nightmare) 1946 February 23

Box 48

Motion Picture: Stokowski, Part 1 1946 September 1

Box 48

Motion Picture: Stokowski, Part 2 1946 September 1

Box 48

Motion Picture: Stokowski, Part 3 1946 September 1

Box 48

"Mr. and Mrs. Opera" Program Interview with Ernest Kanitz 1953 September 13

Box 48

Music of This Time undated

Scope and Contents

In original box, with note by Kanitz: "Microfilm of original orchestra score."
Box 47

Notturno undated

Box 47

Notturno for Flute, Violin and Viola 1950 May 21

Scope and Contents

Triart Trio: Posella-Sosson-Kievman.
Box 47

Notturno (1st performance) and Sonata Breve (1st performance) 1950-1952

Box 47

Paling Stars undated

Scope and Contents

Seattle, Wash. University Presby. Choir. Milton Johnson, Director.
Box 47

Parent's Song 1955 October 13

Scope and Contents

University of Southern California, Hancock Auditorium. Ruth Baggot, mezzo-soprano; Pearl Kaufman, piano. Band 1: In German, Band 2: In English.
Box 47

Quintettino 1953 Spring

Scope and Contents

University of Texas at Austin.
Box 47

Solemn Dance undated

Scope and Contents

Re-recording.
Box 48

Solemn Dance undated

Scope and Contents

Alice Ray: piano.
Box 47

Sonata for Violin and Cello I, III undated

Box 47

Sonata for Violin and Cello I 1950 November 19

Box 47

Sonata for Violin and Cello III 1950 November 19

Box 47

Sonata for Violin and Cello (2nd Movement) undated

Box 48

Sonata for Violin and Cello (1st and 2nd Movement) 1948 November

Box 48

Sonata for Violin and Cello (3rd Movement), "Vision" from Suite for Violin and Piano 1948 November

Box 47

Sonata for Violoncello Alone 1956 May

Box 47

Sonata Breve for Violin, Cello and Piano undated

Box 47

Sonata Breve for Violin, Cello and Piano (1st/3rd Movements) undated

Box 47

Sonata Breve (Violin, Cello and Piano) [3 copies] 1952 July 9

Box 47

Sonatina for Viola and Piano 1957 May 15

Box 48

Sonatina Californiana undated

Box 48

Sonata Californiana [2 copies] 1950 November 19

Box 47

String Trio I, II, and III 1951 March 9

Box 47

String Trio III and IV 1951 March 9

Box 47

Suite for Violin and Cello (3 Movements) undated

Box 47

Suite for Violin and Piano (1st and 2nd movements) 1950 November 19

Box 47

Suite for Violin and Piano IV undated

Box 47

Suite for Violin and Piano, I, II, and III undated

Box 48

Symphonies for Youth: Motion Picture Suite 1946 February 23

Box 47

Trojan Symphonic Band: I. Intermezzo Concertante, 2. Theme and Variations for Band, Op. 43a undated

Box 47

Trojan Symphonic Band: 1. Intermezzo Concertante, 2. Theme and Variations for Band, Op. 43a undated

Box 47

Two Pieces for Clarinet and Piano 1946 December 17

Scope and Contents

Original.
Box 47

Two Pieces for Clarinet and Piano undated

Box 47

Visions at Twilight, Sinfonietta da Camera, Sonata for Violin and Piano undated

Scope and Contents

Commercial recording from Orion. ORS 75190. (See original masters, also in this box.)
 

CDs, DATs, Reel to Reel tapes

Box 57, Box 58

Chamber Music and Small Orchestra

Scope and Contents

4 discs, DATS, and reel to reel tapes. Disc 1: Quintetino (Univ. of Texas Ensemble, March 1953); Concertino for Five Players (USC May 1959); Brass Suite (A Pete Carpenter Recording); String Trio (Pasquier Trio); Viola Sonatina (1957 Festival of Contemporary Music, USC Hancock Aud, May 15, 1957). Disc 2: Visions at Twilight (UCLA, February 26, 1964); Dance Sonata (UCLA February 26, 1964); Suite for Violin and Piano (Humanists, November 19, 1950); Sonata Breve (1951) (Premier July 9, 1952); Cello Solo Sonata (Monday Evening Concert, May 1956). Disc 3: Sonata for Violin and Cello (UCLA Concert, February 26, 1964); Sonata California (Tribute to Ernest Kanitz, USC Hancock Aud, November 23, 1974); Sonata #2 for VIolin and Piano (1965) (NACC Concert, December 6, ?); Two Miniatures for Trumpet and Piano (1956) (1959 Festivcal of Contemporary Music, USC Hancock Aud.); Sindfnietta da Camera (Premier, March 10, 1973, USC). Disc 4: Notturno for Fl, Fl, and Vla (Tri-Art Trio, First perf. May 1950); Sonata Breve (By V.I.T.); Sonata for Violin and Cello (Evenings on the Roof Concert, November 8, 1948); Divertimento (Rehearsal recording by Sven and Kurt Reiher, April 27, 1958).
Box 57, Box 58

Talks and Interviews Featuring Dr. Ernest Kanitz

Scope and Contents

1 CD, DAT, and reel to reel tape. Disc 5: Composer at the Crossroads, Westside Jewish Community Center, March 18, 1959; Discussion, question and answer period following performance of Sonata California, at the Humanists meeting, November 19, 1950; Interview with Dr. Kanitz by Robert Trotter of KPFK-FM on April 12, 1961 describing the composing of "Cantata 1961".
Box 57, Box 58

Large Orchestral and Vocal Works

Scope and Contents

2 discs, DATS, and reel to reel tapes. Disc 6: Symphony No. 2. (World Premiere, December 13, 1968); Concerto Grosso (USC Symphony Orchestra, May 1959); Intermezzo Conertante for Saxophone and Wind Orchestra (USC Wind Orchestra, March 25, 1973); Parent's Song (sugn in German and then in English, USC October 13, 1995). Disc 7: Concerto for Bassoon and Orchestra (1962) (Philadelphia Orchestra, October 7, 1967); Trumpet Concerto (USC Symphony April 14, 1950); Concerto for Bassoon and Orchestra Transcribed for Bassoon and Piano; Motion Picture Suite: Dance "Screen Ballet" (Standard School Broadcast Symphony Orchestra, October 31, 1963).
Box 57, Box 58

Small Orchestra and Opera

Scope and Contents

1 CD, DAT, and reel to reel tape. Disc 8: Serenade for Wind Instruments, Piano and Percussion (1930) (USC Wind Orchestra, May 19, 1968); Concerto for Chamber Orchestra (Orchestra of Utah State University, February 12, 1971); "Room Number 12" (An Opera in One Act. February 26, 1958).
Box 57, Box 58

Opera and Vocal

Scope and Contents

1 CD, DATS, and reel to reel tape. Disc 9: "Kumana" (UCLA Opera Workshop, January 25, 1954); "Perpetual" (An Opera in One Act) (UCLA Opera Workshop, February 26, 1964); "I Saw Two Children" (c. 1950s); Program "Music of Ernest Kanitz" at Hancock Aud, March 11, 1959.
Box 57, Box 58

Opera and Choral

Scope and Contents

1 CD, DATS, and reel to reel tape. Disc 10: "Royal Auction" (UCLA Opera Workshop, February 26, 1958); "Cantata 1961: (March 18, 1961).
Box 57, Box 58

From Recorded Originals

Scope and Contents

2 CDs, DATS, and reel to reel tapes. Disc 11: Motion Picture Music: Nightmare, Love Scene, and Screen Ballet (Leopold Stokowski conducting the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, September 1, 1943); Motion Picture Music: Nightmare, Love Scene, and Screen Ballet (Los Angeles Philharmonic, February 23, 1946); "Solemn Dance"; "Vision" from Suite for Violin and Piano; Two Pieces for Clarinet and Piano (c. 1950). Disc 12: Before the Paling of the Stars (Seattle Washington Unv. Presbyterian Choir); Orion Recording ORS 75190, Music of Ernest Kanitz
 

Concert Programs and Ephemera 1919-1975

Scope and Contents

This series contains the materials that Kanitz collected over the years in relation to his career (including programs, posters, magazines, and other music-related items), as well as his personal life. This is the section with the most biographical material, including his resumes/curriculum vitae and lists of his compositions/publications.
Box 3, Folder 1

[Concert ephemera and notes] undated

Box 3, Folder 2

[Scrapbook of concert programs] undated

Box 3, Folder 3

LA Philharmonic Orchestra 33rd Season, Eighteenth pair program 1952 April 17-18

Box 3, Folder 4

A Counterpoint Manual: Fundamental Techniques of Polyphonic Music Writing 1947

Scope and Contents

Includes many notes and edits that appear to be from Kanitz himself.
Box 3, Folder 5

A Counterpoint Workbook: Fundamental Techniques of Polyphonic Music Writing 1947

Scope and Contents

Includes notes and edits that appear to be from Kanitz himself.
Box 3, Folder 6

[Miscellaneous notes by Kanitz] undated

Box 3, Folder 7

De Scheveningische Koerier 1934 September 8-9

Scope and Contents

Officieel Orgaan van de N.V. Mij. "Zeebad" Scheveningen. Vol. 13, No. 83/84. Mention of Kanitz in an ad for a concert on page 11. Ten copies of the magazine included in this folder.
Box 3, Folder 8

Program of Events for the Second Convention of the World Saxophone Congress 1970 December 13-15

Scope and Contents

About 14 copies of the program are included in the folder.
Box 3, Folder 9

[Mail order form for Kanitz's Little Concerto for Unaccompanied Saxophone] 1970 October 16

Scope and Contents

Contains many copies of the mail order form and the accompanyig letter from the Artisan Music Press.
Box 3, Folder 10

[Photos of Kanitz] 1930-1969

Box 3, Folder 11

[Miscellaneous concert programs] 1934-1972

Box 3, Folder 12

[Miscellaneous concert programs] 1919-1973

Box 3, Folder 13

[Miscellaneous articles and writing about Kanitz] 1920-1970

Box 3, Folder 14

[Math worksheet] undated

Scope and Contents

This four-page explanation of a couple math concepts is typewritten, except for the figures and a note at the top, which reads, "Dearest Vitty, Please feel free to ask questions. Love, T."
Box 4, Folder 1

[Old biographies and lists of works for Kanitz] ca. 1962

Box 4, Folder 2

Archive of programs for the Vienna Women's Choir 1933-1937

Box 4, Folder 3

Radio Wien 1933-1937

Scope and Contents

This folder includes the following issues of the magazine: Vol. 9, No. 37 (1933 June 9); Vol. 10, No. 35 (1934 May 23); Vol. 11, No. 13 (1934 December 21); Vol. 11, No. 39 (1935 June 21); Vol. 12, No. 33 (1936 May 8); Vol. 13, No. 30 (1937 April 23); Vol. 13, No. 37 (1937 June 11); Vol. 14, No. 12 (1937 December 17).
Box 4, Folder 4

[Miscellaneous concert programs] 1919-1971

Box 4, Folder 5

List of Publications and List of Compositions ca. 1965

Scope and Contents

There are multiple copies of each list in this folder.
Box 4, Folder 6

[Lectures, newspaper articles, and other notes by Kanitz] undated

Box 4, Folder 7

[Accounting notebook] 1973-1975

Scope and Contents

This spiral-bound, ruled notebook seems to have been used by Kanitz to keep track of expenses and income.
Box 43

[Concert posters, 1/2] ca. 1920s-1930s

Box 43

[Concert posters, 2/2] ca. 1920s-1930s

 

Works by Other Composers 1890-1967

Scope and Contents

This series, like the one before, is once again musical scores, libretti, and writing. However, these are ones not written by Kanitz, but rather annotated by him and retained for his personal reference. There is a large variety of scores within this series: some of them date from his time in Austria during the interwar period, some belonged to his wife, Gertrude Reif, and others were given to him by the people who had composed them (often these are signed to Kanitz with a note). The majority of them are published scores, but there are a few from friends that are manuscript/hand-written versions of the works.
Box 5, Folder 21

The Roy Miller Fingering Chart 1939

Scope and Contents

This folder includes 12 copies of the chart and their envelope.
Box 5, Folder 7

[Music score fragment with handwritten notes] undated

Box 31

[Miscellaneous scores by other composers] undated

Scope and Contents

Includes Klaviersonate by Rosl Dworschak (handwritten score), Mamas kleine schwarze Rose by Robert Leukauf (handwritten score), Pastorale by Igor Strawinsky (handwritten score), Rida Ranka: Eine Schwedische Ballade by Harald Lindeberg, and Epigrama para Piano by Aurelio de la Vega.
Box 5, Folder 33

[Scores by Don Stone] 1952

Box 7, Folder 13

1. Konzert fuer Streichorchester Op. 14, by Karl Schiske 1966-1967

Box 5, Folder 11

6 Songs from the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, by Erwin Marcus undated

Box 5, Folder 32

The 145th Psalm...with music ca. 1952

Box 5, Folder 2

The Art of the Fugue undated

Box 31

Ausgewaehlte Klavierwerke von Joh. Seb. Bach und G. F. Haendel 1904

Box 5, Folder 31

Cantata: "The Past is a Bucket of Ashes" by Matt H. Doran 1951

Box 5, Folder 6

Christ ist Erstanden, by Hans Bauernfeind undated

Box 5, Folder 1

Concertino fuer 2 Solo Celli, Streicher, und Schlagwerk undated

Scope and Contents

By Manfred Nedbal.
Box 6, Folder 5

Der Contrapunkt, von Heinrich Bellermann 1901

Box 7, Folder 7

Daphnis Chloe: Ballet en un Acte, by Maurice Ravel ca. 1913

Box 7, Folder 6

Don Juan Op. 20, by Richard Strauss ca. 1904

Box 5, Folder 23

Drei kleine Suiten fuer zwei Blockfloeten oder andere Moelodieinstrumente, Op. 15, by Karl Schiske 1949

Box 6, Folder 11

Duo for Oboe and Clarinet Op. 25, by Marion Bauer 1953-1954

Box 5, Folder 24

Erstes Streichquartett Op. 4, by Karl Schiske 1949

Box 5, Folder 22

Fifteen Shaker Songs, selected and arranged by Conrad Heid 1944

Box 7, Folder 1

"Flammen": Oper in einem Act, Musik von Franz Schreker, Op. 10 undated

Box 5, Folder 27

The Fly (William Blake), by John Colman 1950 March

Box 6, Folder 12

"Franz Schreker" by Goesta Neuwirth 1959

Box 6, Folder 1

Fuenf Gedichte von Mathilde Wesendonck in Musik gesetzt von Richard Wagner undated

Box 31

Fuenf Gesaenge fuer einee Teife Singstimme und Klavier, by Franz Schreker 1909

Box 5, Folder 12

Fuenf kleine Duette im Volkston fuer zwei Frauenstimmen und Klarinetebegleitung, by Paul A. Pisk undated

Scope and Contents

This folder includes three copies of the score.
Box 31

Fuenf Lieder Op.4, by Franz Schreker undated

Box 7, Folder 2

Fuenfte Symphonie, by Anton Bruckner undated

Box 5, Folder 40

Fugue #2 in G, by Buddy Collette 1965

Box 7, Folder 4

Goetterdaemmerung, by Richard Wagner undated

Box 7, Folder 12

The Golconda Web: A Play in 3 Acts by Winifred Gordon and Ellen Terry 1958

Box 7, Folder 5

Grundriss der Harmonielehre, by Rudolf Louis undated

Box 5, Folder 17

Gurre-Lieder, by Arnold Schoenberg 1912

Box 6, Folder 4

Harmonielehre, von Rudolf Louis und Ludwig Thuille undated

Box 5, Folder 28

Harvestmen A-Singing (George Peele), by John Colman 1950 April

Box 5, Folder 10

Invitatory, by Sister Harriet May undated

Box 7, Folder 8

Die Jakobsleiter: Oratorium, by Arnold Schoenberg 1917

Box 5, Folder 19

Judith, by Arthur Honegger 1928

Box 6, Folder 6

Das Klagende Lied, by Gustav Mahler ca. 1910s

Box 5, Folder 4

Klavierwerke von Joh. Seb. Bach undated

Scope and Contents

Missing the first 7 pages of the score.
Box 5, Folder 18

Kodaly Zoltan Ket Gyermekkar (Zwei Kinderchoere/Two Children's Choruses) 1925

Box 6, Folder 9

Kontrapunkt, by Hugo Riemann 1921

Box 5, Folder 16

Eine Messe des Lebens, by Frederick Delius 1907

Box 5, Folder 8

Music for Klarinette, Trumpet and Viola, Op. 27 by Karl Schiske undated

Box 5, Folder 9

Musik fuer Klarinette, Trompete und Bratsche, Op. 27, by Karl Schiske undated

Scope and Contents

Includes both a commercial score and a handwritten score, both of the same music.
Box 5, Folder 15

Orgel-Choral-Vorspiele, Bach-Busoni Heft I 1898

Box 5, Folder 13

Quartet for Strings No.1, by Sister Harriet May undated

Scope and Contents

Four copies of the score are included in the folder.
Box 7, Folder 9

Rounds and Canons, arranged by Harry Robert Wilson 1943

Box 6, Folder 8

Sarabande, by Georg Szell 1921

Scope and Contents

There are many notes on the back of the score, possibly unrelated to the score itself.
Box 5, Folder 35

Scherzo (for Piano), by Ruth I. Leibow 1954 February 9

Box 31

Schwanengesang, by Franz Schreker 1917

Scope and Contents

Inscribed by the composer.
Box 5, Folder 37

Silent Prayer (Choral for four voices and accomp.), by Ruth I. Leibow 1954 March 11

Box 5, Folder 30

Sonata for Piano, by Don P. Stone 1951

Box 5, Folder 34

Sonata for Piano, by Alan Chaplin 1952 November

Box 5, Folder 25

Sonata for Two-Pianos 1949 June-February 1950

Box 5, Folder 5

Sonate fuer Violine und Klavier, G Dur Op. 78 by Brahms undated

Box 31

Sonatine en Trio pour Clavecin (ou piano), flute et clarinette, by Florent Schmitt 1936

Scope and Contents

Inscribed to Kanitz from the composer.
Box 5, Folder 3

Spanisches Liederbuch nach Heyse und Geibel fuer eine Singstimme und Klavier undated

Scope and Contents

By Hugo Wolf, Edition Peters No. 3185.
Box 5, Folder 36

Success is the Sweetest, by Paul Glass 1954 March 11

Box 5, Folder 14

Suite bergamasque, by Claude Debussy ca. 1890

Box 7, Folder 11

Thema, 8 Variationen und Doppelfuge Op.2 1958

Box 5, Folder 41

Three Part Fugue, by Buddy Collette 1965 May 20

Box 5, Folder 39

Three Songs for Soprano, by Sam Bradshaw 1957 October

Box 7, Folder 10

Toccata fuer Orgel Op. 38, by Karl Schiske 1956

Box 6, Folder 2

Unterschale: Russische Bauernlieder undated

Scope and Contents

This folder contains 16 copies.
Box 6, Folder 3

Unterschale: Russische Bauernlieder undated

Scope and Contents

This folder contains 14 copies.
Box 31

Variationen 1938 May 30

Scope and Contents

Composer: Karl Schiske. Handwritten score inscribed to Kanitz.
Box 5, Folder 20

Variationen ueber ein eigenes Thema Op. 3, by A. Spitzmueller-Harmersbach 1932

Box 31

Vier Lieder Op.2, No.2 (Schenk Mir Deinen Goldnen Kamm), by Arnold Schoenberg undated

Scope and Contents

Inscribed to Gertrud Reif.
Box 31

Vier Orgel-Choralvorspiele von J.S. Bach fuer das Pianoforte, uebertragen von Theodor Szanto undated

Box 5, Folder 38

Vista: Song for Soprano and Piano, Poem by Alfred Kreymborg and music by Joseph Topel 1954

Box 7, Folder 3

Voices of the Lost Seed, with other poems by Mynatt Breidenthal undated

Box 6, Folder 7

Vorspiel zu einem Drama 1914

Box 5, Folder 26

When I am Dead, My Dearest (Christina Rosetti), by John Colman 1950 February

Box 6, Folder 10

Zum 50. Geburtstag, by Franz Schreker 1928 March 23

Box 5, Folder 29

Zwoelftonwerk I, by Hans Jelinek 1950