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Fri Mar 21 17:15:24 2014 UTClccn-n820200220.10Smith, David Stanley. 720.781.00Rondo appassionato : for violin and orchestra, op. 73 /77454586David_Stanley_Smith_(composer)n 82020022717241Smith, David S. 1877-1949lccn-no2003086309University of New Zealandlccn-no94005568Reed, Edward Bliss1872-1940auitrledtlccn-n87920824Yale School of Musiclccn-nr93045156Stoeckel, Gustav Jakob1819-1907lccn-n79059107Bernardof Clairvaux, Saint1090 or 1091-1153lccn-no89010421Donovan, Richard1891-1970np-noss, luther mNoss, Luther society new haven connCarol Society (New Haven, Conn.)lccn-n81068837Bellinger, Alfred R.(Alfred Raymond)1893-1978trllccn-n50050336Parker, Horatio W.(Horatio William)1863-1919Smith, David Stanley1877-1949MusicMusical settingsCarolsChristmas musicMusic--Instruction and studyString quartets--PartsYale School of MusicConnecticut--New HavenStoeckel, Gustav Jakob,String quartets--Scores and partsString quartets--ScoresCantatas, Sacred--Vocal scores with pianoCarols, FrenchFranceCarols, EnglishFrance--ProvenceChoruses, Sacred (Mixed voices, 4 parts) with pianoSmith, David Stanley,Carols, PolishUniversity of New ZealandCantatas, Sacred--ScoresComposersUnited StatesGermanyPolandMason, Daniel Gregory,Coolidge, Elizabeth Sprague,Parker, Horatio W.--(Horatio William),Piano musicEngel, Carl,Schoenberg, Arnold,Jacobi, Frederick,Symphonies--ScoresDykema, Peter W.--(Peter William),Music teachersDamrosch, Walter,Kelley, Edgar Stillman,MacDowell, Marian,Milhaud, Darius,Stokowski, Leopold,SongsHanson, Howard,Loeffler, Charles Martin,Carpenter, John Alden,Hill, Edward Burlingame,Bodanzky, Artur,Noss, LutherShepherd, Arthur,Organ musicRuggles, Carl,Copland, Aaron,Violin with orchestra--Solo with piano18771949189919001901190219031904190619071908190919101911191219131914191519161917191819191921192219241925192619271928192919301932193319341935193619371938193919411942194319451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196719691970197219781979198119941602252352787.2M2.S69ocn015989216ocn012315717ocn020018194ocn844411799ocn844411817ocn698393391ocn844411837ocn844411827ocn844411790ocn844411781ocn844411856ocn173662272ocn020696549ocn020696382ocn069220383ocn069220410ocn844411866ocn844411867ocn86314462015513ocn002868107score19220.76Smith, David StanleyQuartet for strings : op. 4611911ocn006698403score19370.81Smith, David StanleyString quartet, no. 6, in C major. [Op. 71] Score1143ocn000817466book19390.86Smith, David StanleyGustave J. Stoeckel, Yale pioneer in music1079ocn006749517score19260.73Smith, David StanleySonata for pianoforte and oboe, op. 439710ocn006698387score19240.79Smith, David StanleySonata, for violin and piano. Op. 51587ocn019726983score19180.63Smith, David StanleyRhapsody of St. Bernard, op. 38 : (Jesu dulcis memoria) : a sacred cantata for chorus, semi-chorus, soli and orchestraMusical settings322ocn003690007score0.94Carol Society (New Haven, Conn.)Publications of the Carol society292ocn012315717score19350.73Smith, David StanleyProvencal and Russian carols281ocn015989216score19330.88Smith, David StanleyRussian, Basque and Flemish carols273ocn020696549score19290.84Smith, David StanleyTraditional Basque and Flemish Christmas carols261ocn019937291score19390.90Provençal and other Christmas carolsMusic261ocn020018304score19380.79Flemish and other Christmas carols262ocn016817811score19340.76Swiss, English and Swedish carols251ocn020018194score19370.92Old carols for Christmas191ocn020696382score19360.79Eight old Christmas carols184ocn014972021score19080.84Smith, David StanleyThe Logos : ("The Word is flesh become") : a Christmas cantata for soprano, tenor and baritone soli, chorus and organ : op. 21161ocn019676827score19300.88Smith, David StanleyOld French and Polish carols161ocn012191209score19240.79Eight traditional French noels151ocn009780434score19290.32Smith, David StanleySonata for violoncello and piano, opus 59151ocn081350604book19570.53Smith, David StanleyPublic relations of the University, student numbers, the examination system, intellectual exchange with other universities; an address to the Senate of the University of New Zealand at its meeting at Canterbury University College on Tuesday, 27th August, 195753ocn005087839book19780.92Goode, Elizabeth AnnDavid Stanley Smith and his musicBiography22ocn861967136score19351.00Smith, David StanleyRondo appassionato : for violin and orchestra, op. 73Manuscripts11ocn050867224book19121.00The Yale University Dramatic Association presents Robin of Sherwood : a comedy by Jack Randall Crawford with music by David Stanley Smith11ocn641531489art19350.10Granniss, Lewis CSmith, David Stanley11ocn664801375art19790.10Smith, David Stanley. 72Periodicals11ocn051556253score19340.47Smith, David StanleySonata for viola and pianoforte, op. 72Manuscripts11ocn024084486score19421.00Smith, David StanleyFugue in five voices : for organ12ocn702121393mix1.00Stoeckel FamilyThe Stoeckel Family papersThe Stoeckel Family Papers consist primarily of Carl Stoeckel's typed reminiscences of visits made by Jean Sibelius and Samuel Coleridge-Taylor to the Stoeckel Family Estate in Norfolk, CT. Additional writings about Sibelius, by Olin Downes and Karl Ekman, are also included. The Papers also hold a small number of letters between members of the Stoeckel Family and Horatio Parker, David Stanley Smith, and Eva J. O'Meara, as well as a biographical sketch of Robbins Battell Stoeckel and a copy of Ellen Battell Stoeckel's will12ocn702191407mix1.00Smith, David StanleyThe David Stanley Smith papersRecords and correspondenceThe David Stanley Smith Papers include sketches, manuscript scores, and printed editions of Smith's musical compositions, including orchestral music, keyboard works, chamber pieces, songs, and choral music. Smith's life and work are also documented by: correspondence; programs; photographs; clippings and biographical materials; and miscellaneous items12ocn702189635mix1.00Gilbert, Henry F. BThe Henry Gilbert papersRecords and correspondenceThe Henry Gilbert Papers contain sketches, manuscript scores, and published editions of Gilbert's musical compositions, including operas, orchestral music, chamber works, keyboard pieces, choral music, and songs. The Papers also hold music by other composers, most notably Gilbert's father, Benjamin Franklin Gilbert, and his uncle, James L. Gilbert. The correspondence includes letters to and from Gilbert and family members, composers, performers, and writers. Gilbert's life and work are further documented by: programs, clippings, and scrapbooks; writings by and about Gilbert; photographs; biographical materials; and miscellaneous items11ocn809634882score19271.00Smith, David StanleyQuartet in E flat, op. 57Manuscripts11ocn054308291book19811.00Yale UniversityDavid Stanley Smith papers : Yale University Music Library, archival collection MSS 31Catalogs12ocn702191441mix1.00Donovan, RichardThe Richard Donovan papersRecords and correspondenceThe Richard Donovan Papers contain sketches, manuscript scores, and published editions of Donovan's musical compositions, including orchestral works, chamber music, keyboard pieces, choral works, and songs. The correspondence includes letters to and from Donovan and composers, performers, publishers, and musical organizations. Donovan's life and work are further documented by: photographs; programs and newspaper clippings; lectures, exams, and other classroom materials; and miscellaneous items11ocn032160529score19721.00Smith, David StanleyManuscript musicManuscripts11ocn057301757art19330.10David Stanley SmithBiography11ocn004670060score18990.47Smith, David StanleySunsetMusical settingsManuscripts11ocn166254674art19320.10Cattell, James McKeenSmith, Dean David Stanley : Yale University, New Haven Conn12ocn702191082mix1.00Yale School of MusicThe Yale School of Music papersRecords and correspondenceThe Yale School of Music Papers document the School and its activities from 1897-1918 and from 1943-1950 with correspondence, lists of students, and miscellaneous items. The correspondence includes letters to and from Yale faculty members, composers, performing musicians, and benefactors11ocn815874450mix1.00Coolidge, Elizabeth SpragueCorrespondence from the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation collectionCriticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondenceThe collection contains personal and professional correspondence to and from Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge that documents both Coolidge's role as a patron of twentieth century music and the activities of her foundation, which she established at the Library of Congress in 1925. The correspondents include many of the prominent composers, musicians, conductors, and other musical figures of the time. The Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation was established in the Library for the promotion and advancement of chamber music through commissions, public concerts, and festivals. Individuals represented in the collection include, Georges Barrère, Béla Bartók, E. Power Biggs, Ernest Bloch, Frank Bridge, John Alden Carpenter, Carlos Chávez, Aaron Copland, Henry Eichheim, Martha Graham, Roy Harris, Edward Burlingame Hill, Mary Howe, Frederick Jacobi, Rudolf Kolisch, William Kroll, Charles Martin Loeffler, Marian MacDowell, Gian Francesco Malipiero, Daniel Gregory Mason, Darius Milhaud, Alphonse Onnou, Ildebrando Pizzetti, Sergey Prokofiev, Ottorino Respighi, Wallingford Riegger, Feri Roth, Carlos Salzedo, Alexander Schneider, Arnold Schoenberg, Roger Sessions, David Stanley Smith, Frederick Stock, Ernst Toch, and Willem Willeke. In addition, there is correspondence between Coolidge and various Library of Congress officials, including music division chiefs Carl Engel, Harold Spivacke, Oliver Strunk and Edward N. Waters, and Librarian of Congress Herbert Putnam, concerning the creation and establishment of her foundation and the building of the Coolidge auditorium. There is extensive correspondence concerning various commissions, such as Aaron Copland's Appalachian Spring, in which Coolidge and the Library work out the many details that go into bringing a commission to fruition. The collection also documents Coolidge's other forays into supporting and sponsoring chamber music outside of the Library of Congress, including her creation of the Berkshire Chamber Music Festival, her sponsorship of festivals and concerts abroad, and her involvement in concerts for special events and other occasions. The remaining materials in the collection are available for research and will be incorporated into the finding aid at a later date; these include photographs, scrapbooks, business papers, programs, publicity materials, iconography, realia, clippings and other materials12ocn702195541mix1.00Gardner, SamuelThe Samuel Gardner papersRecords and correspondenceThe Samuel Gardner Papers document Gardner's varied career as a composer, violinist, conductor, and educator. The Papers hold sketches, manuscript scores, and printed editions of Gardner's musical compositions and pedagogical works. The Papers also include: correspondence to and from Gardner; programs, newspaper clippings, and reviews; photographs; and the transcript of an interview with Gardner made as part of Columbia University's Thomas A. Edison projectFri Mar 21 15:37:34 EDT 2014batch26082