Subject Source: Fast
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MS 135
Abstract: The collection consists of autographed correspondence between Edward Bolland Osborn (1867-1938) and James Nicol Dunn (1856-1919) between the years 1892 and 1909. The bound letters reveal a wide range of topics and interests that the two men shared from reviewing books and writing articles to professional achievements. The volume contains some biographical information about the two correspondents as well as a prepared index of topics and individuals mentioned in the letters.
Dates: 1892 - 1909
Identifier: MS 937
Overview The Francis Poulenc archive contains two autograph autograph musical manuscripts by Francis Poulenc, dedicated and inscribed to operatic singer Denise Duval. In August 1960 he composed a series of melodies, based on various poems by Maurice Carême, titled La Courte-Paille (The Shortest Straw). The following year, Poulenc composed a soprano and piano (or orchestra) piece, La Dame de Monte-Carlo (The Lady of Monte-Carlo), after a poem by Jean Cocteau. Both works are on music paper from a spiral...
Dates: 1960 - 1962
Identifier: MS 623
Overview The Lambiotte Family/Francis Poulenc archive contains materials that document Poulenc's life and career during his long friendship with the Lambiotte family, a Belgian family with close ties of friendship to the composer. The collection includes autograph musical manuscripts, signed and inscribed printed musical scores, letters, photographs, publications, and ephemera. Dates for the collection range from 1920 to 1994, with bulk dates from 1920 to 1963.
Dates: 1920-1994; Majority of material found within 1920 - 1963
Identifier: MS 631
Scope and Contents This collection contains typescripts, proofs, correspondence, microfilm, and notecards of Madeleine Alcover for her critical editions and studies on Cyrano de Bergerac; Cyrano’s family, as well as his writer-friends Charles d’Assoucy, Le Royer de Prades, Henry Le Bret, and others. The collection also contains documents and correspondence related to Alcover's academic career.
Dates: 1957 - 2014