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The Glenn Branca Collection consists of the professional and personal records of experimental guitarist and composer Glenn Branca (1948-2018). The collection is arranged into 16 series, spanning 85 document boxes,14 oversize boxes, and 1909.49 gigabytes of born digital material, and dates from 1918 to 2018.
The Cage Correspondence collection is comprised of correspondence and ephemera including letters, cards, clippings, catalogs, photographs, negatives, cassette tapes, music scores, and art. Early materials focus on family correspondence and newspaper clippings and are interspersed with Cage's own notes and manuscripts. Later correspondence is enhanced through Cage's use of "Note-o-Grams" which provides carbon copies of his sent messages.
This is correspondence that is related to John Cage but was not given to Northwestern by the composer. Letters are between Cage and the person in the folder's title unless otherwise indicated in the container list. Of particular interest are letters from John and Xenia Cage to friends in California that relate their experiences while living in Chicago in the early 1940s.
The John Cage Ephemera Collection is wide-ranging in scope and includes correspondence, photographs, writings, programs, scores, books, artworks, artifacts, and audio and audiovisual recordings. Most of the collection is not Cage's own work, except for materials advertising his work being performed or exhibited, and some scores, writings, performance materials, and correspondence.
The John Cage Scrapbooks are comprised of 9 scrapbooks constructed by John Cage's mother, Lucretia Cage, spanning the years 1916-1954. The scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings, programs, ticket stubs, correspondence, and a few photographs. They document Cage's early life, mostly in photographs, and his early to mid career.
The Marion Bard Corbet music manuscripts consist of all known musical works of the late Marion Bard Corbett (1915-1972), a Northwestern University alumna and Chicago-area composer. Included in this collection are music manuscripts, copies and published music scores, sketches, drafts, notebooks and other papers by Corbett.
The Michael Costa correspondence collection is comprised primarily of letters to nineteenth-century Italian-born British conductor and composer Michael Costa (1808-1884) covering his personal and professional life from 1846-1884 and the years following his death until 1909. The collection also includes a few contracts, receipts, documents, photographs and artefacts related to Costa.
The John Giles music manuscripts and papers consist of music manuscripts (predominantly vocal music including art songs, duets and choral works), programs, photographs, audio recordings on compact disc and correspondence.
The Ariadna Mikéshina Music Manuscripts and Papers comprise a collection of the Russian-born emigre composer’s music in manuscript and published editions as well as some programs, notes and correspondence documenting her career. Mikéshina composed songs, works for solo piano, solo instruments with piano accompaniment as well as works for chamber ensembles, orchestra and music for ballet and plays.
American composer born Denver, Colorado, January 8th, 1937. The Robert Moran papers and scores reflect the full scope of Moran's compositional activities, and include scores, sketches, libretti, photographs, recordings, and extensive correspondence.
The New Music Chicago Records consist of administrative records, correspondence, newsletters, publicity and promotional materials, clippings, and subject files. A complete run of New Music Chicago in Print, which was the organization's monthly newsletter, and materials used in preparation for each issue are included in the collection.
The Maurice Ravel correspondence collection consists of 68 letters to or from Maurice Ravel and members of his circle between 1896 and 1934.
Kaikhosru Shaburji Sorabji (1892-1988) was an English-Parsi composer and music critic active for the majority of the 20th century. This collection of letters between Kaikhosru Sorabji and Baron Arnold Hartzhorn are primarily from February 1950 to August 1966 and discuss opinions on music, music criticism, religion, and briefly touching on the personal life of Sorabji. This collection is one archival box.
- Composers--United States 11
- Correspondence 3
- Vocal music 3
- Chamber music 2
- Composers--England 2
- Composers--France 2
- Music--20th century--Manuscripts 2
- Orchestral music 2
- Piano music 2
- Songs 2
- Ballet 1
- Children's songs 1
- Choral music 1
- Church musicians 1
- Composers 1
- Conductors (Music) 1
- Dance 1
- Electronic music 1
- Guitarists 1
- Music 1
- Music critics 1
- Music--Manuscripts--United States 1
- Musical groups 1
- Pianists 1
- Polychoral music 1
- Singers 1 + ∧ less
- French 1
- German 1
- Italian 1
- Spanish; Castilian 1
- Cage, John 5
- Branca, Glenn, 1948-2018 1
- Cage, Lucretia, 1881-1968 1
- Corbett, Marion Bard, 1915-1972 1
- Costa, Michael, 1808-1884 1
- Creshevsky, Noah 1
- Giles, John E., 1949-1996 1
- Hartzhorn von Strömer, Arnold, Baron 1
- Mikeshina, Ariadna, 1900-1982 1
- Moran, Robert, 1937- 1
- New Music Chicago (Organization) 1
- Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). Music Library 1
- Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). School of Music 1
- Ravel, Maurice, 1875-1937 1
- Saint-Saëns, Camille, 1835-1921 1
- Sorabji, Kaikhosru Shapurji, 1892-1988 1 + ∧ less