Hans Rosbaud Papers 1899-1973
Cage 423

Summary Information

Repository
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries
Creator
Hans Rosbaud
Title
Hans Rosbaud Papers
ID
Cage 423
Date [inclusive]
1899-1973
Extent
31.0 containers.
General Physical Description note
39 linear feet of shelf space. 14,000 items.
Language
English
Abstract
Correspondence, documents, programs, scores, clippings, recordings, photographs, and other papers; correspondents include Yehudi Menuhin, Darius Milhaud, Gertrud Schoenberg, Igor Stravinski and his brother, Dr. Paul Rosbaud.

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Biographical/Historical note

Hans Rosbaud, internationally acclaimed conductor, was born in Graz, Austria on July 22, 1895. A superb musician and possessor of an unimpeachable personal integrity, Rosbaud managed to survive the Nazi era and World War II to emerge as one of the most respected musicians of the post-war international music scene. Rosbaud's earliest musical training was with his mother, herself an accomplished pianist. After completion of his academic education, which emphasized the study of classical languages and culture, Rosbaud entered Dr. Hoch's Conservatory in Frankfurt am Main and distinguished himself as a pianist, composer and conductor. His teachers were Bernhard Sekles (Composition) and Alfred Hoehn (Piano). Paul Hindemith was one of his fellow students at the Conservatory.

In 1921 Rosbaud began his professional career in Mainz, having been chosen as the youngest from a field of 80 candidates to become the director of the newly-formed municipal School of Music and conductor of the municipal symphony concerts. Within a few years the School of Music developed an excellent reputation in Germany and eventually became an Academy of Music. Rosbaud became musical director and principal conductor of the orchestra of Radio Frankfurt in 1928. His extensive activity in Frankfurt and the consistent quality of his conducting broadened his sphere of influence and increased his renown. Of particular significance was his fostering of contemporary music, which soon made Frankfurt a center for activity in this field. The great masters of new music--Alban Berg, Arnold Schoenberg, Bela Bartok, Igor Stravinsky, Anton Webern and Paul Hindemith--were regular participants in the Radio Frankfurt concerts at this time. Rosbaud conducted the premieres of the Bartok Second Piano Concerto (with the composer as soloist), Stravinsky's Symphony of Psalms, Hindemith's Concerto for Brass and Strings and Schoenberg's Variations Op. 31, among many other works.

With the establishment of the fascist regime in Germany, Rosbaud found himself under steadily growing political and artistic pressure and in 1937 he left his position in Frankfurt to become the general director of musical activities in Muenster, Westphalia. His responsibilities included orchestral and chamber-music concerts and conducting the opera. His performances of the oratorio and operatic repertory received particular recognition. After four years in Muenster, Rosbaud assumed the position of general music director in Strassburg (Alsace) which had been annexed into the German Reich. Despite the considerable difficulties placed in his way by the regime, musical life in Strassburg flourished under Rosbaud's direction. His persistent efforts on behalf of members of his orchestra who suffered persecution by the authorities won him the respect and support of the population. Rosbaud was the first conductor from Germany to be invited to France after the war, and he was warmly received on that occasion. In 1944/1945 he held the position of conductor with the Radio Orchestra Munich at Bayreuth.

After the war, in 1945, the U.S. Military Government in Germany asked Rosbaud to assume the position of conductor of the Munich Philharmonic. Thanks to his inexhaustible energy and unfailing devotion to his work, and despite the unbelievable circumstances he faced in a nearly-destroyed city, he succeeded in building a musical life in Munich whose vitality and high quality were unexcelled in Germany at that time. In accomplishing this he was given fullest support by the U.S. authorities.

In 1948 Rosbaud left Munich to become general music director and first conductor of the Suedwestfunk Orchestra in Baden-Baden. In 1950 he also became conductor of the well-known Tonhalle Orchestra of Zurich and the Zurich Opera. His successes with the Suedwestfunk (SWF) in particular put his career on an international basis. Rosbaud's activities as a champion of contemporary music won him international recognition, and his ensemble participated regularly in the Donaueschingen Festival of Contemporary Music to considerable acclaim. Rosbaud was annually invited to conduct at the prestigious Aix-en-Provence Festival as well. Guest engagements with nearly all major European orchestras followed and Rosbaud made several concert tours abroad, notably to Argentina, Turkey, the Union of South Africa and the United States. Before his death in Carabietta, Switzerland, December 29, 1962, Rosbaud had established himself as a regular guest conductor with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the New York Philharmonic.

Hans Rosbaud was considered by some to be the outstanding conductor of his generation. He was the recipient of numerous awards and honors in recognition of his unique contribution to the world of music. One of his most sensational successes was in conducting the world premiere of Arnold Schoenberg's formidable opera-oratorio Moses und Aron in Hamburg in 1954, a feat he undertook on only eight days notice.

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Arrangement note

The Hans Rosbaud papers are arranged in fifteen series: Documents, 1899-1967; Correspondence and Papers, 1920-1968; Programs and Criticisms, 1925-1962; Medical Files, 1924-1961; Clippings, 1925-1962; Programs, 1930-1963; Manuscript Scores, 1916-1936; Printed Scores; Photographs, 1922-1973; Albums and Scrapbooks, 1921-1951; Agenda Books, 1929-1962; Assorted Notebooks and Papers; Memorabilia; Audio Reproductions and Oversize. The papers include some material of Rosbaud's wife, Edeltraud.

Series 1: Documents, 1899-1967 includes Rosbaud's birth and baptism certificates, identification cards, visa requests, military questionnaires, resumes and other papers. This series is arranged chronologically. Series 2: Correspondence and Papers, 1920-1964 is divided into seven subseries and provides the core of the collection. The first subseries, General Correspondence, 1920-1964, follows Rosbaud's own arrangement, a mixture of chronological and subject/geographical. The second subseries, National Correspondence, is arranged by country. Rosbaud possessed exceptional linguistic abilities and corresponded in five languages: German, English, French, Italian and Russian. Individual Correspondence, the third subseries, contains folders of letters from Gertrude Schoenberg (wife of the composer), Alexander Friedrich, Prinz von Hessen (a long-time friend and supporter of Rosbaud) and from the sculptress Yrsa von Leistner, among others. The remaining four subseries can best be described as Occupational Correspondence, Financial, Travel and other Papers.

In his long and distinguished career, Rosbaud dealt with many of the world's outstanding artists. The correspondence series includes letters from: Theresa Berganza, Henryk Szeryng, Ernst Krenek, Edwin Fischer, Willhelm Kempff, Gian-Francesco Malipiero, Darius Milhaud, Pierre Boulez, Ernest Ansermet, Alfred Cortot, Wilhelm Backhaus, Otto Klemperer, William Primrose, Karl-Heinz Stockhausen, Luigi Dallapiccola, Wilhelm Furtwaengler, Olivier Messiaen, Yehudi Menuhin, Lukas Foss, Fritz Reiner, Igor Stravinsky and Mieczlaw Horszowski. Rosbaud's correspondence with his brother Paul, himself a distinguished scientist, is also noteworthy. Series 3: Programs and Criticisms contains the chronological files of concert programs and reviews pertaining to them as kept by Rosbaud.

There are also several folders covering specific events, notably the Nazi-organized Hausmusikwoche in Strassburg (1942-1943) and the Klemperer scandal in Zurich in 1962. Series 4: Medical Files contains X-rays, electrocardiogram graphs, prescriptions, correspondence with doctors and other papers relating to Rosbaud's medical history. Series 5: Clippings, 1925-1962 contains Rosbaud's chronological collection of newspaper and journal clippings, many mounted, pertaining to his own career. The concerts which Rosbaud conducted are documented in Series 6: Programs, 1930-1963. The material in Series 7: Manuscript Scores, 1916-1936 is divided into four subseries: Original Compositions by Rosbaud dating from 1916 through 1936; Incomplete Works and Sketches; Student Exercises and Compositions; and Scores and Parts for works of other composers as arranged by Rosbaud for his own use. Series 8: Printed Scores includes two subseries: Scores Annotated by Rosbaud and Scores with Dedications and Inscriptions. The annotated scores are only sparsely marked. The number of scores dedicated or presented to Rosbaud attests to the esteem with which he was held by his colleagues.

There are five subseries in Series 9: Photographs: Photos of Hans and Edel Rosbaud (including professional portraits); Other Persons; Places; Photos taken by Edel Rosbaud after Hans Rosbaud's death; and Photo Albums. Unfortunately, a great many of the individual photographs are not dated or identified. Series 10: Albums and Scrapbooks, 1921-1951 pertain to Rosbaud's early career and later concert tours. Series 11: Agenda Books contains Agenda Books (date books) from about 1929-1962. Series 12: Assorted Notebooks and Papers most of the items are without date. The series includes address books, music history notes, student notebooks, library inventory, notebooks for language study, a list of compositions with timings, lectures and articles written by Rosbaud, and other items. Among Series 13: Memorabilia are several medals and citations as well as the sculpture of Rosbaud's hand, executed by Yrsa von Leistner. Series 14: Audio Reproduction is divided into three subseries. The first subseries contains reel-to-reel tape recordings, most of which, however, are not identified. The second subseries comprises non-commercial sample copies of recordings made by Rosbaud and provided by the recording firms or the SWF. The third subseries contains commercial recordings conducted by Rosbaud. Included are the first recording of Schoenberg's Moses und Aron (released in 1957), with a dedication by Gertrude Schoenberg, and the 1955 Aix-en-Provence Festival recording of Mozart's Marriage of Figaro (oversize). Series 15: Oversize is further divided into two subseries: Oversize Scores, including the full orchestral score used for the Hamburg premiere of Moses und Aron, and Other Items. This last subseries includes the Buehnenplan (stage design) for the Zurich production of Moses in 1955.

This guide includes a detailed Index Of Correspondents and an Addendum of original correspondence and photographs that was added to the collection after it was initially processed.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries © 1982

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/masc
Terrell Library
P.O. Box 645610
Pullman, WA, 99164-5610
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Immediate Source of Acquisition note

The Hans Rosbaud Papers were donated by Dr. Hans Moldenhauer, of Spokane, to be incorporated in the Moldenhauer Archives at Washington State University. The papers were acquired in December of 1979 (MS 80-1).

Processing Information note

The papers were initially processed by Joan Evans-Cameron in 1980. Final processing was done by John Mueter from November 1981 to October 1982.

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Controlled Access Headings

Personal Name(s)

  • Menuhin, Yehudi, 1916-
  • Milhaud, Darius, 1892-1974
  • Moldenhauer, Hans
  • Rosbaud, Hans, 1895-1962 --Archives
  • Rosbaud, Paul, d. 1963
  • Schoenberg, Gertrud Kolisch
  • Stravinsky, Igor, 1882-1971

Subject(s)

  • Composers -- 20th century--Correspondence.
  • International Relations
  • Performing Arts

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INDEX OF CORRESPONDENTS

This index of the names contained in the correspondence of Hans Rosbaud was compiled by Mark Bolton, Moldenhauer Archives Assistant, Washington State University Libraries, during the fall semester, September, 1983, to January, 1984. All folders in the Correspondence Series which were known to contain letters (folders 4-127) were examined and 2,682 personal and corporate entries extracted. Citations in the index refer to folder numbers. The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians(1980) has been used as a standardizing reference for the spelling of names and for the application of vital dates, where possible. Entries preceded by "Ad." refer to items that comprise an addendum to the Rosbaud Papers. A list and summary inventory of these addendum items is available at the end of this index.

Name(s)

  • Academia Nazionale de Santa Cecilia, Rome:  55, 56
  • Accart-Becker, Evelyne:  49, 51
  • Achard, Esther:  66
  • Ackermann, Otto (1909-1960):  67
  • Adams, Cyrus:  41, 43
  • Ades, Lucien:  52
  • Adler, Hans:  16
  • Aeschbacher, Adrian:  13, 36
  • Agap, Rolf:  35
  • Agenzia Lirica Concertistica Internazionale, Milan:  55, 83
  • Aguettant, R.:  50
  • Akos, Francis:  41
  • Akses, Necil (b. 1908):  16, 73
  • Albert-Ludwigs-Universitaet, Freiburg:  35
  • Alberty, Marie:  10
  • Alcotea:  55, 56
  • Allgemeine Musikgesellschaft, Basel:  35
  • Alte Marie:  7
  • Altwegg, Raffaele:  36, 69, 70
  • Amann, Julius:  65
  • Amar, Liko (1891-1959):  12, 16, 21, 23
  • Ameller, Andre:  47
  • Ames, S.:  37
  • Amis du Festival Aix-en-Provence:  50
  • Amoudruz, E.:  47
  • Amport, Erwin:  67
  • Amt des Schiedsmanns, Frankfurt:  8
  • Amy, Gilbert (b. 1936):  23, 26
  • Andreae, Hans-Volkmar (1879-1962):  10, 19, 26, 69, 72
  • Andrews, Dorothy:  37
  • Angela:  37
  • Anna:  27
  • Ansermet, Ernst:  Ad.601
  • Apffelstaedt, M.:  10
  • April, Roland:  49
  • Argenta, Ataulfa (1913-1958):  60
  • Argus de la Presse, Paris:  84
  • Argutinskaja, Elisabeth:  13
  • Arias, Antonio:  60
  • Arie, Raffaele:  47
  • Armin, Georg:  10
  • Arnold, Herbert:  30
  • Arnold, Kurt:  26
  • Artistes et Techniciens Associes, Paris:  53
  • Aschoff, D.:  10, 36
  • Askonas, Lies:  45
  • Asociacion Amigos de la Musica, Buenos Aires:  26, 59
  • Association des Amis de la Musee Naval de Toulon:  49, 52
  • Auclair, Michele:  47
  • Audier, Nelly:  10
  • Auer, Helmut:  13, 46
  • Auslandstelle der Reichsmusikkammer, Berlin:  10
  • Austermann, Heinrich:  23
  • Australian Broadcasting Commission, Sydney:  45
  • Auswaertiges Amt, Bonn:  26, 28, 58
  • Autenrieth-Schleupner, Helma:  8
  • Automobil-Club der Schweiz, Zurich:  36
  • Auxietre, Mireille:  51
  • Baal, Paul:  98, 100
  • Backhaus, Wilhelm (1884-1969):  12, 35, Ad.602
  • Baden-Baden Oberbuergermeister:  15, 18, 27, 35, 99
  • Baden-Wuerttemberg Kulturministerium, Stuttgart:  35
  • Badisches Ministerium der Wirtschaft und Arbeit, Freiburg:  58
  • Baer, Heinrich:  26, 41
  • Baerenreiter-Verlag, Kassel:  31
  • Baez, Nelly:  70
  • Baird, Martha:  5
  • Bakescsaba (Arpad Pava de) Family:  10
  • Ball, Claere:  10, 16, 21
  • Ballandras, Amado:  47
  • Ballhaeusen, Felix:  10
  • Ballo, Ferdinando:  55
  • Bamberger, Francis:  30
  • Bamberger, Maria:  22, 30
  • Bamberger Symphoniker:  13, 26, 105
  • Bang, W.:  36
  • Banque de France, Aix-en-Provence:  48
  • Barbour, Lyell:  5, 8
  • Barmer Konzert-Gesellschaft:  5
  • Barraud, Henry (b. 1900):  14
  • Barth, Herbert:  28
  • Bartok Archivum, Budapest:  33
  • Baruch, Gerth-Wolfgang (b. 1911):  93
  • Basler Kammerorchester:  20
  • Bastian, Klaus:  35
  • Batschelet-Massini, Werner:  19, 23
  • Battner, Bernhard:  30
  • Bauer, Clemens:  21
  • Bauermeister, Eduard:  98
  • Baume, Philippe:  47
  • Baumgardner:  36
  • Baunach, Heide:  31
  • Baur, Hans:  127
  • Bavarian State Opera:  13
  • Bayerischer Rundfunk, Muenchen:  14, 16, 19, 26, 37, 111
  • BBC, London:  33, 37, 45
  • Beauftragter fuer Kultur, Muenchen:  89
  • Beck:  30
  • Beck, Conrad (b. 1901):  12, 20, 26, 27, 35, 101
  • Beck, Georges:  52
  • Becker, Curt:  98
  • Becker, Ernst:  21, 98
  • Becker, Hugues:  47, 49
  • Beckmann, Eberhard:  22, 30
  • Beidler, Franz:  14, 16
  • Beigeordneter Mainz:  6, 9
  • Beisbarth, Erich:  22, 30, 36
  • Belgian National Radio, Brussels:  49, 52, 53
  • Belgique, Ambassade de, Bern:  51
  • Belgisc Nationaal Instituut voor Radio-Omroep, Brussels:  49
  • Bensch, Leo/Reichs-Rundfunk, Berlin:  10
  • Benz:  93
  • Berganza, Teresa (b. 1935):  26
  • Berger, Hans:  36
  • Berger, Theodor (b. 1905):  16
  • Berghmans, Monique:  51
  • Bergmann, Guenther:  15, 35
  • Bergmann, Maria:  33, 98
  • Bergmann, Rudolf:  16, 22
  • Berio, Luciano:  Ad.603
  • Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester:  8, 14, 16, 19, 23, 25, 28, 31, 33, 34, 36, 109, 115
  • Berlinger Festwochen:  14, 16, 19, 109
  • Bernard, Noelle:  47
  • Bernische Musikgesellschaft:  66
  • Berten, Walter Michael:  16, 23
  • Berthold, Heinz:  21
  • Bertschinger, Dieter:  25
  • Bianchi, G.:  36
  • Biggs, Sydney:  5
  • Bigonnet, Roger:  36, 47, 49, 51, 53, 84, 86, 105
  • Binz, Tita:  14
  • Bischoff, Friedrich:  35, 95, 97, 100
  • Bischoff, Peter:  16, 18
  • Blangey, R.J.:  65
  • Blankenheim, Walter:  25
  • Blaser, Corinna:  65
  • Bloem, Alfred:  35
  • Bloem, Martha:  38
  • Bloom, Ira:  41
  • Bluem, Martha:  28
  • Blumenau, Ernst:  14, 31
  • Boardman, Charles:  33
  • Boeder, Anni:  127
  • Boeger, Friedel:  22
  • Boehm, Hans-Helmuth:  22, 99
  • Bonine, Joan:  42
  • Boosey and Hawkes, London:  12, 13
  • Boosey and Hawkes, New York:  33
  • Bordenave, Marcel:  48
  • Borsari, Amedee:  47
  • Bossard, Carl:  22
  • Bosshard, Gisela:  22, 30, 34, 36, 66, 67, 70, 72
  • Botschaft der BRD, Athens:  26
  • Bouchonet, N.D.:  49
  • Boulez, Pierre (b. 1925):  16, 18, 19, 23, 26, 28, 35, Ad.604
  • Bouquet, Fritz:  14
  • Bour, Ernest (b. 1913):  28, 35, 94, 105
  • Bovy, Vina (b. 1900):  14
  • Braunfels, Walter (1882-1954):  16
  • Braunmuehl, H.:  21, 35
  • Braunstein, Hermann:  19
  • Braus, Dorethea:  70
  • Breen, A.:  21
  • Breider, Theodor:  22, 36
  • Breisach:  5
  • Breitkopf und Haertel, Wiesbaden:  23, 56
  • Brenn, Alois:  62, 64, 67, 68, 69
  • Brenner, Gretel:  21
  • Brenner, Kurt and Alfred:  16
  • Brenta, Gaston (1902-1969):  49
  • Bresgen, Cesar (b. 1913):  12
  • Bret, Gustave:  47
  • Breun, Alois and Paula:  16, 35, 36, 37, 66, 67, 69, 70
  • Breun, Sigmund:  36
  • Brewer, Dan:  105
  • Briancon, Marius:  46, 47, 53
  • British Council, Duesseldorf:  110
  • British Institute of Recorded Sound, London:  33
  • Britten, Benjamin:  Ad.605
  • Brodin, C.G.:  23
  • Brody, Clark:  41
  • Brohseit, Luise:  14, 16, 21
  • Brown, Charles:  51
  • Brugger, Ernst:  16, 21, 30, 35, 37
  • Brunner, Adolf (b. 1901):  72
  • Brunner-Hotz, Oskar:  36
  • Buckwitz, Harry:  14
  • Budde, Otto:  5
  • Buehnen der Stadt Essen:  65
  • Buehnen der Stadt Koeln:  14
  • Buehnenvolksbund, Rheinisch-Westfaelische Landesstelle, Duesseldorf:  6
  • Buehner, Herbert:  21
  • Buescher, Alfred:  127
  • Buhr, Paul:  10
  • Bungart, Mathias:  30
  • Bungert, Guenther:  30
  • Buob, Helmut:  37
  • Burant, Curt/Radio Monte Carlo:  10
  • Bureau de Concerts Champs-Elysees, Paris:  105
  • Bureau de Concerts de Paris:  47, 48, 49, 51, 53, 55, 60, 83, 86
  • Bureau International de Concerts et Conferences, Paris:  53
  • Burkard, Heinrich:  12
  • Burkhard, Paul (1911-1977):  23
  • Burkhard, Willy (1900-1955):  12, 16
  • Busch:  5
  • Busoni, F.:  8
  • Busoni, Gerda:  12, 14, 16
  • Busse, Otto:  21
  • Bustabo, Guila:  10, 14, 16, 19
  • Butz, Irmgard:  5
  • Caen, Etienne:  47
  • Cahn, F.:  47
  • Cahn, Marie:  49
  • Calabrini, Piero:  8, 10, 13, 49
  • Calame, Blaise:  49, 51
  • Caldwell, Alice:  41, 43
  • Calgary Philharmonic Society:  43
  • CallAndre, A.M.:  47
  • Calloway, Irene:  41
  • Campo, Antonio:  49
  • Capdevielle, Pierre (1906-1969):  47
  • Capecchi, Renato (b. 1923):  83
  • Cape Town, City of:  58
  • Caporali, R.:  51
  • Carabietto:  35
  • Carisch S.A., Milan:  54
  • Carlson, Paul:  38
  • Caron, E.:  46
  • Carrell, Norman:  45
  • Carter, Elliot (b. 1908):  23, 28, 35, Ad.606
  • Casadesus, Robert (1899-1972):  35, 47, 51
  • Casier, Robert:  49
  • Casier, Robert.:  47
  • Cassado, Gaspar (1897-1966):  45
  • Cassandre, A.M.:  84
  • Castiglioni, Niccolo (b. 1932):  26, 56, Ad.607
  • Caze, M.:  51, 53
  • Centropa Concert Organisation, Vienna:  14
  • Cerf, Colette:  49
  • Cerf, Jacques:  49
  • Challan, Rene:  50, 52
  • Champion, Mrs. Joe:  19
  • Chape-Athenas, J.:  47
  • Chapman, Charlotte:  34, 36, 78
  • Chapman, Thomas:  14
  • Chicago Symphony Orchestra:  35, 37, 41, 43
  • Chicago Symphony Orchestra Members Committee:  33
  • Chiropra-Werk, Wiesloch:  16
  • Chisholm, Erik (1904-1965):  58
  • Choudens Editeur de Musique, Paris:  53
  • Circulo de Criticos Musicales de Buenos Aires:  59
  • Ciry, Michel (b. 1919):  49
  • Clark, Edward:  14
  • Clostre-Biset, Adrienne:  47
  • Clostre-Biste, Adrienne:  51
  • Coddee, Pierre:  51
  • Collegium Musicum, Zurich:  66, 88
  • Collier, Mrs. Donald:  41
  • Colombo, Pierre (b. 1914):  47
  • Columbia Artists Management, Inc., New York:  33, 34, 39, 78, 110
  • Columbia Concerts Corp., New York:  39
  • Columbia Gramophone Co, Ltd., London:  45
  • Columbia Records, New York:  110
  • Concertgebouw Orchestra:  Ad.608
  • Conciertos Daniel, Buenos Aires:  59
  • Conciertos Daniel, Madrid:  19
  • Confiserie Frey-Braunwald, Strasbourg:  46
  • Congres pour la Liberte de la Culture, Paris:  17, 48
  • Conrad-Hefti, Max:  35, 36
  • Conservatoire de Musique, Strasbourg:  14, 46
  • Conservatoire National de Musique, Paris:  47
  • Conservatoire Royale de Musique, Liege:  52
  • Conservatorio di Musica, Firenze, Italy:  12
  • Conservatorio di Musica "Giuseppe Verdi", Milan:  56
  • Cortis, Marcello:  14, 16, 26
  • Cortot, Alfred (1877-1962):  47, 49
  • Corzelmann, Curt:  36
  • Courtinat, L.:  47, 49
  • Craft, Robert (b. 1923):  35, 39
  • Crichton, Ronald:  110
  • Crochot, Michel:  47, 48, 49, 51, 86
  • Cumhur Baskanligi (Philharmonic Orch-estra):  73
  • Cuvelier, Marcel:  49, 51
  • DaCosta, Janine:  50, 52
  • Daehn, Hans-Georg:  29
  • Dallapiccola, Luigi (1904-1975):  16, 19, 23, 26, 28, 35, 45, Ad.609
  • Dallo A.:  65
  • Danco, Suzanne (b. 1911):  87
  • Dandelot, Georges:  50
  • Danneck:  93
  • Datz, Carl:  10
  • David, Johann (1895-1977):  22
  • Davidovsky, Mario (b. 1934):  28
  • Davis, Fitzroy:  41
  • Davisson, Walter:  22
  • De Boer, Willem:  16, 22
  • De Bolarque, Elmarques:  60
  • Dechaume, Antoine:  25
  • Defraiteur, Renee:  47
  • De Francesco, Silvano:  83
  • De Froment, Louis:  47
  • De Gruyter:  31
  • De Koos, G.:  36, 44, 109
  • De las Heras, Antonio:  60
  • Delitz-Starker, Susanne:  21, 36, 37, 98
  • Delius, Margarita:  13
  • Delman, Jackie:  19
  • Delvincourt, Claude (1888-1954):  47
  • De Marliave, H.:  48
  • De Mizan Soloman, Lore:  14
  • Denzler, Robert (1892-1972):  36
  • De Paul University, Chicago:  37
  • De Quesada, Alfonso:  19
  • De Quesada, Ernesto:  59
  • Der Tagesspiegel, Berlin:  20
  • De Saleon, P.:  48
  • Deschamps, Camille:  50
  • Despard, Marcel:  47
  • Desplanches, Pierre:  35, 36, 47, 50, 52
  • Deutsche Bundesrepublic Generalkonsulat, Chicago:  34, 35
  • Deutsche Bundesrepublic Generalkonsulat, Pretoria:  58
  • Deutsche Bundesrepublic Generalkonsulat, Zurich:  24
  • Deutsche Bundesrepublic Gesandtschaft, Pretoria:  18, 58
  • Deutsche Grammophon, Muenchen:  105
  • Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft, Berlin:  107
  • Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft, Hamburg:  30, 33, 37, 38, 107, 108, 109, 114
  • Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft, Hannover:  107
  • Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst, Bad Godesberg:  34
  • Deutscher Alpenverein, Muenster:  10
  • Deutsches Reisebuero, Baden-Baden:  16
  • Deutsche Welle, Koeln:  27
  • Devries, Ivan:  47, 50
  • Diamand, Peter (b. 1913):  23, 35, 87
  • Dicostanzo:  55
  • Die Fermate (Journal):  70, 72
  • Dietrich, A.:  100
  • Die Weltwoche, Zurich:  24
  • Dilloo, Kraft Thorwald:  94
  • Discophiles Francais, Paris:  50
  • Dobert, Erich:  33
  • Documentatie in Nederland voor Musik, Amsterdam:  28
  • Doelcker:  67
  • Dohrer:  93
  • Dominick, John:  98
  • Donauschinger Musiktage:  14
  • Dorati, Antal (b. 1906):  19
  • Dortmund (Magistrat):  5
  • Dreier, Bernhardt:  8
  • Dresdener Philharmonie:  105
  • Dressel, Heinz:  25
  • Drexler:  93
  • Drymore, Ben:  40
  • Duerauer, Leni:  127
  • Duesseldorf Oberbuergermeister:  5
  • Duisberg Oberbuergermeister:  5
  • Durand and Co., Paris:  47, 48, 50
  • Durrenberger, C.:  23, 26
  • Durrenberger, Lili:  36
  • Dushkin, Louise:  35
  • Dushkin, Samuel (1891-1976):  5, 8, 24, 41, Ad.610
  • Dussurget, Gabriel:  47, 49, 51, 53, 60, 83, 86
  • Dutilleux, Henri (b. 1916):  50
  • Duval, Marie:  41
  • E.M.I. International, Paris:  50
  • Ebert, Carl (b. 1887):  14
  • Eberti, Heidi:  66
  • Eckermann, Otto:  5, 8
  • Eckhardt, Bruno:  19
  • Ecole National de Musique, Bourges:  51
  • Ecole Normale de Musique, Paris:  16
  • Edelsbrunner, Edmund:  13, 16, 23, 26, 28, 34
  • Edelsbrunner, Elfriede:  14
  • Edition Eulenberg, Zurich:  34
  • Edition Francaises de Musique, Paris:  53
  • Edizione Suvini Zerboni, Milan:  56
  • Egk, Werner (b. 1901):  65
  • Egli von Opel, Leonore:  34
  • Ehrlich:  4
  • Ehrlich, Julius:  41
  • Ehrlich, Lonka:  4
  • Eichner, Heinrich:  98
  • Einem, Gottfried von:  Ad.611
  • Einhorn, Aviva:  52
  • Eisler, Martin:  26, 28, 59
  • Elbekke, Albert:  22
  • Eldot, Charlotte:  41
  • Electrola-Gesellschaft, Berlin:  23, 108
  • Electrola-Gesellschaft, Koeln:  28, 37, 114
  • Ellyson, Craig:  41
  • Eloy, Jean-Claude (b. 1938):  25
  • Elphick, Edna:  58
  • Elsour:  12, 16, 46
  • Engel, Ernst:  8
  • Engert, Kurt:  30
  • Ensemble Instrumental a Vent de Paris:  49
  • Enwall, Helmer:  61
  • Erb, Jane:  47
  • Erbse, Heimo:  26
  • Erdmann:  12
  • Erfurth:  13
  • Erismann-Stader, Hans:  67
  • Erne, Renee:  36
  • Ernrecht, R.:  35
  • Ernst, F.:  101
  • Ernst, Robert:  10, 19, 23, 28, 37, 38
  • Ertugrul, Muhsin:  73
  • Eskenazy, Charles:  50
  • Espangne Ministerio de Educacion Nacional, Madrid:  60
  • Ettlinger, Stefan:  35
  • Eulenberg, Ernst (1847-1926):  5
  • Eurap Publishing Co. Ltd., London:  45
  • Evarts, John:  14, 16, 36, 40, 41, 43, 47, 48
  • Fairchild, Blair (1877-1933):  6
  • Fanger, Ingeborg:  23
  • Fehling, Juergen:  13
  • Fehlinger, Franz:  10
  • Feine, Hilde:  21, 31
  • Felber, Rudolf:  6
  • Felberg, Paul:  21
  • Fellner:  14
  • Felsenstein, Walter (1901-1975):  10, 105
  • Ferk, Johann:  10
  • Ferk, Jumilin:  6
  • Fiedler, Max (1859-1939):  8
  • Field, Nathaniel:  33, 36
  • Fierz, Gerald:  36
  • Fineman, Gustav:  23, 61, 105
  • Finnish Broadcasting Co., Helsinki:  44
  • Finzi, Ada:  26, 34, 35, 55, 56
  • Firkusny, Rudolf (b. 1912):  35
  • Firnberg, B.:  5
  • Fischer, Edwin (1886-1950):  26
  • Fischer, Ernst:  14, 16, 19, 109
  • Fischer, Hans and Lore:  10
  • Fisher, Dorothy:  40
  • Fleischmann, Ernest:  45, 58
  • Fleischmann, Martin:  66
  • Flothuis, Marius (b. 1914):  25, 35, 37, 44, 75, 87
  • Foersterling, Ernst:  13
  • Foetisch Freres, Lousanne:  83
  • Fokker, Adriaan:  28, 31
  • Foldes, Andor (b. 1913):  21
  • Folkwangschule der Stadt Essen:  25
  • Fonseca, E.:  14
  • Fontaine, Paul:  21
  • Forchheimer, Arthur:  23
  • Fortner, Wolfgang (b. 1907):  16, 22, 23, 26, 30, 35, 65
  • Foss, Lukas (b. 1922):  28, 81
  • Fournier, Pierre (b. 1906):  26, 28, 35
  • Fowler, Earl:  37
  • Fraenkel, Wolfgang:  40, Ad.612
  • Frank, D.M.:  37
  • Frank, Maurits:  12, Ad.613
  • Frank, Rudolf:  6, 20, 35
  • Frank, Sophie:  6
  • Frankfurter Museums-Gesellschaft:  14, 17, 23, 26, 32, 33
  • Frankfurter Tonkuenstlerbund:  8
  • Franz, Emil:  21
  • Franz, Wilhelm:  19
  • Franzoesisches Interzonenpass Buero, Berlin:  17
  • Freiburg Oberbuergermeister:  22
  • French Ambassador to Germany, Bad Godesberg:  50
  • Frey, Charles:  31, 36
  • Frey, Max:  26, 36, 62, 70
  • Frey-Meyer, Lyn:  36, 72
  • Fricke, Hans:  58
  • Frieden, E.:  35
  • Friedrich, Elisabeth:  30
  • Friedrich, Princess Alexander:  35
  • Fromm Music Foundation, Chicago:  110
  • Fuchs, W.E.:  6
  • Fuchs (Family):  26
  • Fuerstenberg, Princess Wilhelmine:  35
  • Fuerstenberg, Prinz Joachim:  26, 28, 35, 38
  • Fuerstenberg, Prinz Max:  19, 21, 31
  • Fuerstenberg, Teresa Friedrich:  35
  • Funk-Stunde Aktiensgesellschaft, Ber-lin:  8
  • Furtwaengler, Wilhelm (1886-1954):  12
  • Fussan, Werner (b. 1912):  22
  • Fussenegger, Werner:  64, 67
  • Gabriel-Marie, Jean:  47, 50, 52
  • Gaertner, Adolf:  13
  • Gagnebin, Henri (1386-1977):  50
  • Gail, Hermann:  105
  • Gall, Rudolf:  21
  • Gallman:  65, 66, 67, 70
  • Gamper, Herbert:  70
  • Ganss, Fritz:  23, 30, 108
  • Ganyo, Mary:  33
  • Ganz, Edmund:  7
  • Ganz, Rudolf:  41
  • Garaud, Guy:  47
  • Gatti, Guido M. (1892-1973):  8, 54
  • Gaumann-Wild, Doris:  69
  • Gay, Maurice:  25, 47, 50, 52, 53
  • Gebrueder Alexander Musikinstrumentenfabrik, Mainz:  60
  • Gehly, Paul:  10
  • Geisler, Peter:  26, 28, 67
  • Gelfius, Justus:  40
  • Gemeindesteueramt Zumikon, Zurich:  37
  • Generalintendant Economides, Athens:  19
  • Gerhard, Poldi:  35
  • Gerhard, Roberto (1896-1970):  16, 23, 26, 31
  • Gerhardt-Gueney, Behire:  65
  • Germain, Jean:  50
  • Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, Baden-Baden:  22
  • Gesellschaft Schweiz-Sowjetunion, Zurich:  19
  • Giraud, Raphaele:  47, 50, 52, 53
  • Glaeser:  6
  • Glaser:  21
  • Glock, William (b. 1908):  36, 45
  • Glotin, H.:  47
  • Gmachl, Julius:  15
  • Goede, Dora:  14, 28, 30, 31, 35, 37
  • Goerlich, Gustav:  21, 30
  • Goethe-Gesellschaft, Weimar:  6
  • Goetz-Vietinghoff, Lisela:  18
  • Goldbeck, Frederick:  56
  • Goldschmidt, Edith:  14
  • Golea, Antoine (b. 1906):  47
  • Gondi, Harry:  21
  • Gonner, Franz:  4
  • Gorter, Albert:  6
  • Gottschalk, Per:  17, 33
  • Graeber:  25
  • Graether, Manfred:  30
  • Graf, Peter-Lukas:  35
  • Graf, Uta:  67
  • Gramophone Company, London:  45
  • Grasset, J.:  52
  • Grazer Festgemeinde:  105
  • Gregoire, Alfred:  25, 46
  • Grieder and Company, Zurich:  35
  • Griffin, Wesley:  41
  • Grimm-Kaiser, Margarete:  59
  • Grippa, Georg Renato:  14
  • Griveaud, Cropy:  50
  • Grober, Hermann:  6
  • Gross-Berlin, Hauptamt Kunst:  105
  • Gruder-Guntram:  15, 16
  • Gruetzner, Paul:  22
  • Gscheidlen, Fritz:  21
  • Guignard-Froebel, Eric:  64, 66, 72
  • Gurlitt, Wilibald (1889-1963):  26
  • Guyonnet, Jacques (b. 1933):  53
  • Haaf, Oskar:  21, 30, 98
  • Haas, Alfred:  28
  • Haas, Joseph (1879-1960):  8, 12, 22
  • Hadenschmidt, A.:  36
  • Haene, Willy:  35
  • Haensel, Peter:  95, 127
  • Haerdtl, Heinrich:  20
  • Haerrig, Edmund:  35
  • Hagenmeyer, Anna:  28, 30
  • Hagen Oberbuergermeister:  6
  • Hagner, Walter:  22
  • Hagner, Walter and Sitta:  21
  • Hahn, Gertrud:  19, 23
  • Haidlen, Helene:  10, 14, 16, 19, 22
  • Haidlen, Richard:  16, 19, 23, 30
  • Hall, Elsie (1877-1976):  58
  • Hallis, Adolph (b. 1896):  58
  • Hamann, Bernhard:  30
  • Hamburgische Staatsoper:  24
  • Hamel, Fred (1903-1957):  105
  • Handman, Dorel:  53
  • Hanke, Willi:  16, 127
  • Hannrachain, Fachtna:  14
  • Hantsch, Max:  14, 23
  • Hardmeier, Willy:  66, 67, 69, 72
  • Harms, Harry:  31
  • Harrower, Peter:  41
  • Harsanyi, Tibor (1898-1954):  47
  • Hart, Philip:  41
  • Harth, Walter:  27, 30, 36, 94
  • Hartleb, Hans:  87
  • Hartlmayer, Fritz:  18
  • Hartmann, Karl Amadeus (1905-1963):  16, 19, 21, 23, 26, Ad.614
  • Hartmann, Lothar:  16, 21, 25, 34, 35, 93, 95, 97, 100
  • Hartog, Howard:  45
  • Hartogs, Eduard:  31
  • Haskil, Clara (1895-1960):  50
  • Haubenstock-Romati, Roman (b. 1919):  93
  • Hauptfinanzamt fuer Erbschaftsteuer und Verkehrssteuer, Berlin:  113
  • Hausmann:  6, 10
  • Hausmann, Hilde:  35
  • Hazelton, Hope:  58
  • Hearst, Siegfried:  41, 110
  • Heck, Ludwig:  98
  • Heckel, Elly:  25, 30, 37, 98, 100
  • Hecker, Jean:  46
  • Heger, Robert (1886-1978):  22
  • Heide (Niece):  14
  • Heider, Max:  26, 28, 30
  • Heilmann, Elisabeth:  36
  • Heimiard-Mesuil, Jeanne:  36
  • Heimpel, Hermann:  10
  • Held, Hans Ludwig:  89
  • Helffer, Claude (b. 1922):  47
  • Helm, Everett (b. 1913):  33, 41, 42
  • Helm (Josef) Family:  10
  • Hendl, Walter (b. 1917):  34, 41
  • Henriot, Nicole:  47, 50, 52
  • Henze, Hans Werner (b. 1926):  16, 19, 23, 26, 28, Ad.615
  • Herbert Barrett Management, Inc., New York:  43
  • Herf, Julius:  127
  • Hericard-Mesnil, Jeanne:  47, 50, 52
  • Hering, Bernhard:  31
  • Herov, Karl-Thore:  19
  • Herst, Walter:  35
  • Herz:  8
  • Hess, Leopold:  6, 8
  • Hesse, Hans:  21
  • Hessenberg, Kurt (b. 1908):  22
  • Hessische Minister fuer Kultur und Bildungswesen, Darmstadt:  8
  • Hessischer Rundfunk, Frankfurt:  16, 19, 35, 37
  • Heugel, Philippe (b. 1924):  36, 47, 50
  • Heugel and Co., Paris:  25, 47, 49, 50, 52
  • Heuschuld, M.:  77
  • Heyer, Willy:  65
  • Higgins, May:  34, 36, 41, 43
  • Hilpert, Walter:  23
  • Hindemith, Getrud:  8, Ad.616
  • Hindemith, Paul (1895-1963):  35, Ad.616
  • Hirschfeld, Kurt:  35
  • Hirschi, Samuel:  22, 25, 62, 63, 64, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71
  • Hirzel, Melitta:  65
  • Hiss, Heinrich:  98
  • Hoch, Alphons:  46
  • Hochhausen:  14
  • Hoecherl, Hermann:  35
  • Hoeffer, Paul (1895-1949):  10
  • Hoehn, Alfred:  5, 6, 10
  • Hoehn, Cornelia:  14
  • Hoehn, Lily:  6, 10
  • Hoelscher, Ludwig:  22
  • Hoff, Johann Friedrich:  6, 14, 16, 22, 26, 33, 35
  • Hoffmann, Richard:  39
  • Hofmaenner, Ida:  69
  • Hofmann, Hermann:  35
  • Holenia, Hanns (b. 1890):  12
  • Holland, Agnes:  37
  • Holland Festival, Amsterdam:  23, 87
  • Holle, Rudolf:  30
  • Holton, R.W.:  33
  • Holzamer, Karl:  14, 21, 35, 93, 98
  • Honegger, Vaura:  52
  • Hopp, Karl:  30, 31, 33, 34, 35, 37
  • Horch:  6
  • Horenstein, Jascha (1899-1973):  35
  • Hornig, Christian:  34
  • Horszowski, Mieczyslaw (b. 1892):  35, 50
  • Hotel am Zoo, Berlin:  16
  • Hoven, M.:  51
  • Hubbuch, Ruth:  66
  • Huber, Klaus (b. 1924):  26, 28
  • Huck, Julietta:  37
  • Huebner, Herbert:  17, 20, 21, 27
  • Huepgens:  6
  • Huerliman, Emmy:  35
  • Hugon, Georges:  47
  • Hull, Helen:  41
  • Huot, Andre:  47, 50, 52, 53, 84
  • Huttenback, Dorothy:  14
  • Ibbs and Tillett, Ltd., London:  33, 45
  • Iltz, Walter-Bruno:  105
  • Incerti, Bruno:  70
  • Incerti-Zehnder, Dora:  25
  • Int. Gesellschaft fuer Erneuerung der Kath. Kirchenmusik, Frankfurt:  8
  • Intercontinental Marketing Services, Ltd., London:  32
  • Internationale Franz-Schreker Gesellschaft, Berlin:  27
  • Internationale Gesellschaft fuer Neue Musik, Sekt. Deutschland:  18, 20, 26
  • Internationale Gesellschaft fuer Neue Musik, Sekt. Oesterreich:  18
  • Internationale Gustav Mahler Gesellschaft, Deutsche Sektion, Bamberg:  29
  • Internationale Gustav Mahler Gesellschaft, Vienna:  24, 26
  • Internationale Opera Konzertorganization, Vienna:  24
  • Internationaler Kuenstlerdienst, Berlin:  16, 105
  • International Music Festival, Aix-en-Provence:  47, 48, 49, 51, 52, 53, 83, 84, 86
  • International Publishers Association, Zurich:  66
  • International Society for Contemporary Music, London:  14
  • Inter Nationes, Bad Godesberg:  37
  • Iranka, Ornik:  37
  • Isaacs, Leonard:  45
  • Jacobi, Erwin (1909-1978):  70
  • Jacoby, Heinrich (1909-1990):  36
  • Jacques, Olivier:  25
  • Janzen, Siegfried:  105
  • Jarisch, Fritz:  6
  • Jarnach, Philipp (b. 1892):  30, 101
  • Jarner, Leon:  33
  • Jauffret, A.:  48, 52
  • Jaunet, Andre:  35, 50
  • Jaworski, Michal:  57
  • Jochum, Eugen (b. 1902):  22
  • Joerin, Willie:  36, 101
  • Johannes-Gutenberg-Universitaet, Mainz:  93
  • Johannsen:  30
  • Johanson, Gunnar:  26
  • Jolivet, Andre (1905-1974):  19, 23, 48, 50
  • Jonic, Bettina:  34
  • Jouve, Pierre Jean:  48
  • Judson, Arthur:  39
  • Jung, Albert:  21
  • Junghans:  127
  • Jurf, Paul:  86
  • Jurres, Andre (b. 1912):  28
  • Kaempfel, Hans Walter:  24, 67
  • Kahn, Erich Itor:  12, 17, 24
  • Kahn, Frida:  17, 28, 31, 41
  • Kaiserslautern Oberbuergermeister:  127
  • Kalter, Sabine (1890-1957):  14
  • Kane, Fred:  127
  • Karr-Bertoli, Julius:  22
  • Karsel, Halusi:  73
  • Karter, Frieda:  30
  • Kauffmann:  17
  • Kauffmann, Leo (1901-1944):  10
  • Keats, Donald (b. 1929):  41
  • Keilberth, Joseph (1908-1968):  10, 12
  • Keim, Walter:  22, 30, 35
  • Kelkel, Manfred:  25
  • Keller, Felicitas:  59
  • Keller, Sydney:  39
  • Kempf, Hermann (b. 1895):  88, 105
  • Kerrdting, Bernhard:  10
  • Kerten, Georg:  70
  • Kestenberg, Leo (1882-1962):  8
  • Kien, Edith:  36
  • Kiesgen, Charles:  48
  • King, Ian:  41
  • Kingsley, Colin:  41
  • Kirchner, Leon (b. 1919):  81
  • Kisser, Alois:  29
  • Klatte, Margo:  7
  • Klebe:  52
  • Klechki, Paul (also spelled Kletzki, 1900-1973):  35
  • Klein, Christian:  127
  • Klemke, Erich:  21
  • Klemperer, Otto (1885-1973):  20, 28, 35
  • Kluchert, Willy:  13
  • Knappe, Heinrich:  22
  • Knecht, Josef:  21, 30, 35, 93, 98, 99
  • Kneippheilbad Woerishafen:  117
  • Kneipp Kurhotel Sproll, Bad Woerishafen:  117
  • Knoblauch, Robert:  7
  • Koblenz Oberbuergermeister:  7
  • Koch, Hans Joachim:  127
  • Koch, Karl 0.:  15, 17, 20, 24, 27, 29, 30, 32
  • Koch, Ulrich:  94
  • Koehler:  5
  • Koelner Runfunk Symphonie-Orchester:  22
  • Koenig, Gustav:  17
  • Koeniglich-Niederlaendische Luftverkehrsgesellschaft, Stuttgart:  17, 58
  • Koeniglich Schwedisches Konsulat, Frankfurt:  115
  • Koering, Rene:  50
  • Kohlbecker, Hellmut:  34
  • Kolessa, Lubka:  7
  • Kolle, Justin:  43
  • Koller, Eugen:  35
  • Kolymva, Pia:  26
  • Komische Oper Intendant, Berlin:  14
  • Koning, Johan:  44
  • Konsertbolaget, Stockholm:  61
  • Konsertdirektion Fazer, Helsinki:  44
  • Konsertfoereningen, Stockholm:  24, 61
  • Konzertagentur Samut, Johannesburg:  58
  • Konzertgesellschaft Zurich:  62, 72, 88, 101, 109
  • Korgian, Leo:  36
  • Kornauth, Egon (1891-1959):  24
  • Kornfajn, Ali M.:  17, 45
  • Korte, Heinz:  21
  • Kowalski, Max (1882-1956):  14, 22
  • Kraack, Erich:  10
  • Kraetz, Julius:  37
  • Kraft-Rohner, Lotte:  38
  • Krahl, Karl Heinz:  26, 67, 70
  • Krainer, Josef:  30
  • Kramer, Rosine:  7
  • Kramm, Hans-Joachim:  28
  • Kratz, Hugo:  65
  • Krausz, Erwin:  43
  • Krenek, Ernst (b. 1900):  8, 17
  • Krewinkel, Wilhelm:  22
  • Krieger, Arnold:  14
  • Krissel, Paul:  127
  • Kroast-Hadapp, Frieda:  7
  • Kruell, Alphons:  30
  • Krug, Eugenie:  10
  • Kruttge, Eigel:  17, 20, 22, 24, 27, 29, 30
  • Kubelik, Rafael:  Ad.617
  • Kuehn, Alfred:  127
  • Kuehnly, Ernst:  17
  • Kuery, Hans:  70
  • Kugler, Fritz:  10
  • Kuhlmann, Wilhelm:  30
  • Kula, Karl:  22
  • Kulenkampff, H.:  22, 24, 27, 37
  • Kunstadter, Sigmund:  34, 36, 37
  • Kuntze, Ingolf:  10, 14
  • Kuntze, Ursula:  17
  • Kusche, Ludwig:  13
  • Kuyper, George:  41
  • La Broca, Mario (1896-1973):  56
  • Lachaud, Jacques:  48, 86
  • Lachaud, Murielle:  48
  • Ladiges, Heinz:  10
  • Lambert, Henri:  47, 48, 49, 51, 55, 83, 86, 105
  • Lamberts, Gustave:  52
  • Lambrino, Telemaque:  7
  • Lamour, Lily:  12
  • Lampert, Heinrich:  8
  • Landa, Sascha:  68
  • Landesberger, Georg:  28, 59
  • Landesberger, Hasi:  33
  • Landesmusikschule, Strassburg:  10
  • Landolt, E.:  67, 69, 70, 72, 90
  • Lanfranco:  55, 56
  • Lange, Alfred:  21
  • Langendorf, Raya:  41
  • Langendorf, Richard:  33, 36, 37, 41, 43
  • Laquai, R.:  69
  • Laquai-Staub, Clara:  69
  • Latsch, H.:  10
  • Lauer, Erich:  21
  • Laugs, Richard:  22
  • Lause, Edith:  22
  • Lautarchiv des Deutschen Rundfunks, Frankfurt:  22
  • Lautemann, Alys:  52
  • Laven, Paul:  127
  • Lebermann, Walter (b. 1919):  20
  • Lechleitner, Franz:  65, 70
  • Leconte, Pierre-Michel (b. 1921):  48
  • Leduc (Alphonse) Music Publishers, Paris:  48, 53
  • Leemann, Mario:  37, 114
  • Leer, Eugen:  127
  • Leguillard, Albert:  48
  • Lehmann, Rotraut:  66
  • Leins, Hans:  36
  • Leinsdorf, Erich (b. 1912):  41
  • Leist, Hermann:  22
  • Leitner, Ferdinand (b. 1912):  13
  • Leloir, Edmond:  48
  • Leroux, Maurice (b. 1923):  50
  • Lescot, Andree:  48
  • Lesur, Daniel (b. 1908):  50
  • Leuba, Christopher:  41
  • Leuzinger, Rudolf:  17, 69, 72
  • Levarie, Siegmund (b. 1914):  110
  • Levit, Leonore:  43
  • Lewison, Mrs. Alfred:  41
  • Liebermann:  35
  • Liebermann, Rolf (b. 1910):  17, 24, 26, 30, 63, 90, 101
  • Lilismann:  7
  • Limov, Walter:  8
  • Lindberg:  7
  • Lindberg, Roger:  44
  • Linder, Martin:  94
  • Lindner, Franz:  21
  • Lippert, Josef:  22
  • List, Kurt:  17, 41
  • Lobeck, Fritz:  66
  • Loeb, J.:  28
  • Loewenstein, Edna:  40
  • Loewenstein, Erna:  14, 26, 36, 40, 41, 43
  • Logerot, Gaston:  52
  • Loibner, Franz:  20, 24
  • London Symphony Orchestra:  45
  • Long, Marguerite (1874-1966):  48, 50
  • Loriod, Jean:  53
  • Loriod, Yvonne (b. 1924):  24, 35, 50, 52
  • Lortz, Joseph:  10, 30, 31
  • Los Angeles Orchestral Society:  110
  • Lossen, Heinz:  36
  • Louis-Giraud, B.:  30, 36
  • Lowen, Paul:  8
  • Ludwig, W.:  46
  • Lueck, Guenter:  24
  • Lueck, Rita:  24
  • Lupo, Cesare:  56
  • Lutze:  7
  • Mader, H.P.:  32, 34
  • Maennle:  14, 17, 20, 24, 29
  • Magaloff, Nikita (b. 1912):  50
  • Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Florence:  54
  • Magistrat-Stadtarchiv, Frankfurt:  33, 37
  • Mahla, Ingeborg:  26, 29
  • Mahler, Alma (1879-1964):  42
  • Maillot, Jean:  50
  • Mainardi, Enrico (1897-1976):  12, 36
  • Mainz, Beigeordneter:  4
  • Mainz, Buergermeister:  4
  • Mainz (Stadt) Generalmusikdirektor:  11
  • Mainzer Liedertafel und Damengesangverein:  24
  • Mainz Oberbuergermeister:  22, 30, 35
  • Maixandeau, Marie-Vera:  50
  • Maldan, M.:  48, 50, 52, 53, 84
  • Malipiero, Gian Francesco (1882-1973):  17, 20, 24
  • Manduell, John (b. 1928):  45
  • Manfred, Ernest:  40
  • Manke, Albert:  21, 93, 97, 127
  • Mann, Robert (b. 1920):  81
  • Marchal, Andre (b. 1894):  53
  • Marescotti, Andre-Francois (b. 1902):  50
  • Mariani, Renato:  56
  • Marietan, Pierre (b. 1935):  52
  • Marinfels, Agnes:  8
  • Marks (Edward B.) Music Corp., New York:  42
  • Markus, Raphael:  32
  • Marquis de Gontaut-Biron:  47
  • Marsh, Robert:  34, 37, 42
  • Marsilien, Armand:  53
  • Martel, Betty:  8
  • Martel, Elyane:  48
  • Martin, Frank (1890-1974):  48
  • Martin, Friedrich:  22
  • Martinet, Jean-Louis (b. 1912):  48
  • Martinez, Francisco:  60
  • Massaud, Hans:  29
  • Matthes, Rene:  69, 70
  • Maurice, Pierre (1868-1936):  8
  • Meier, Hermann:  17
  • Meisner:  10
  • Meissner, Hans:  21, 127
  • Meisterhans, August:  21
  • Melber, Adolf:  26
  • Melchert, Helmut:  67
  • Melkus, Eduard (b. 1928):  34
  • Menard, Suzanne:  53
  • Mendelssohn, George:  27, 107
  • Meng, Marius:  26, 70
  • Menghini, Henri:  50
  • Menuhin, Yehudi (b. 1916):  17, 20, 24
  • Menzel, Klaus:  30, 36, 88, 109
  • Meridies, Wilhelm:  127
  • Mermbahn, W.:  8
  • Mersmann, Hans (1891-1971):  8, 13
  • Merten, Reinhold:  10
  • Mertens, Andre:  26, 30, 33, 34, 35, 39, 78, 110
  • Merthen, Gabrielle:  22
  • Mesnil, Robert:  50
  • Messelet, Monique:  52
  • Messiaen, Olivier (b. 1908):  28, 35, 52, Ad.618
  • Messner, Joseph (1893-1969):  7
  • Meyer, J.:  25
  • Meyer, Jean:  84
  • Meyer, Rudolf:  21
  • Meyer, Ruth:  10
  • Meyer-Suire, Suzanne:  50
  • Mieg, Peter (b. 1906):  69
  • Mietner, Elsa:  35
  • Mihalovici, Marcel (b. 1898):  35, 50, Ad.619
  • Mikalovic, Nikolas:  48
  • Milhaud, Alaine:  50
  • Milhaud, Darius (1892-1974):  29, 52
  • Milhouse, Mairie:  48, 50
  • Miller, Florence:  36
  • Mills Music, Ltd., London:  34, 45
  • Mimaroglu, Ilhan (b. 1926):  73
  • Missemer, Berthy:  50
  • Missemer, Francois:  35
  • Mitropoulos (Dimiti) International Music Competition, New York:  34
  • Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk, Leipzig:  105
  • Mizze:  7
  • Moeck, Hermann (b. 1896):  32
  • Moers, Andreas:  7
  • Moeschinger, Albert:  26, 69
  • Mohler, Philipp (b. 1908):  30, 35, 99
  • Mohr, Ernst (b. 1902):  101
  • Moldenhauer, Hans (b. 1906):  17, 35, 42, Ad.620
  • Moltrasio, M.B.:  56
  • Monatszeitschrift der Jungen Schweizer, Zurich:  27
  • Monche, Rene:  46
  • Monetti, E.:  72
  • Monzel:  22
  • Mooser, Aloys (1876-1969):  36, 48, 79
  • Mooser, Aloys (1878-1969):  50
  • Mordo, Renato:  14
  • Morifang, Wilhelm:  7
  • Moritz, Curt:  21
  • Moritz, Waldemar:  10
  • Moseley, Carlos (b. 1914):  35, 42
  • Moser, Albert:  105
  • Mottier, Frederic:  17
  • Motz, Guenther:  34, 35
  • Mozart Trio, New York:  42
  • Muellenberg, Walter:  127
  • Mueller, Adolf:  36
  • Mueller, Charles:  22, 30, 36
  • Mueller, Dieter:  21
  • Mueller, Emil:  10
  • Mueller, Helmut:  22, 36, 94, 98
  • Mueller, I.:  14
  • Mueller, Margareta:  22
  • Mueller, Paul:  14
  • Mueller, Ralph:  70
  • Mueller, Rudolf:  23
  • Mueller, Samuel:  53
  • Mueller-Kray, Maria:  11
  • Mueller-Kurz, Friedel:  34
  • Mueller-Welti, Hedwig:  14, 36
  • Muench, Fritz:  29
  • Muench, Hans (b. 1893):  101
  • Muenchen, Buergermeister:  89
  • Muenchner Philharmoniker:  21, 89
  • Muenchner Staatsoper:  30
  • Muennich, Hans:  25, 37, 38
  • Muenster (Magistrat):  7
  • Muenster Orchester:  36
  • Muhlich, Margereta:  36
  • Mukker, Getreue:  11
  • Mundorf, Paul:  70
  • Musexport, Geneva:  53
  • Musical America, the International Music Journal, New York:  33, 42
  • Musica nel XX Secolo, Rome:  56
  • Musikverein, Muenster:  36
  • Musser, Karl:  25, 30, 93, 95
  • Musser, Paul:  98
  • Mutter-Kurz, Friedel:  70, 72
  • Nabokov, Nicolas(1903-1978):  17, 50
  • Nannen-Verlag, Hamburg:  25, 37, 38
  • Naquin, Jacqueline:  52
  • Nassauer, Else:  21
  • National Artists Corp., New York:  42
  • National Concert and Artists Corp., New York:  110
  • Natorp, Hartwig:  72
  • Nederlandse Orkeststichting, Amsterdam:  36, 38, 44, 75, 87
  • Nederlandse Radio-Unie, Hilversum:  44
  • Nederlands Impresariaat, Amsterdam:  34, 44
  • Nemec, Hilde:  22
  • Nepecks, Wilhelm:  10
  • Neppach-Giopp, Hermann:  67, 70
  • Neppach-Giopp, Hermine:  70
  • Nerini, Pierre:  50
  • Nestler:  30
  • Neugebauer, Willy:  24
  • Neumeier, Adolf:  36
  • Neuscheller, Maria:  70, 72
  • New York Philharmonic:  42
  • Ney, Elly (1882-1968):  12, Ad.621
  • Nick, Edmund (l89l-1974):  21
  • Nicolai, Jagg:  48
  • Nicolet, Aurele (b. 1926):  50
  • Niemeier, W.:  35
  • Niemeyer, Reinhold:  21
  • Nilsson, Bo (b. 1937):  32
  • Nippon Hoso Kyokai, Tokyo:  37
  • Nono, Luigi (b. 1924):  17, 24, 27, Ad.622
  • Nono, Nuria:  17
  • Norddeutscher Rundfunk, Hamburg:  24, 27, 111
  • Norden, Heinz:  32
  • Nordiska Musikfoerlaget, Stockholm:  61, 105
  • Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie, Herford:  29
  • Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunk, Hamburg:  105
  • Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunk, Koeln:  15, 17, 20
  • Norrby, Johannes:  24, 61
  • Norwegian Konsertdirektion, Oslo:  33
  • Ochs, Werner:  18
  • Odnoposoff, Ricardo (b. 1914):  29
  • Oesser Family:  21
  • Oesterreichischer Generalkonsulat, Zurich:  37, 38
  • Oesterreichischer Nationalbibliothek, Vienna:  29
  • Oeuvre du XXe siècle, Paris:  48, 50
  • Office Nationale du Tourisme Hellenique, Athens:  26
  • Office of Military Government for Bavaria, Munich:  40
  • Ojetti, Ugo:  54
  • Oldberg, Eric:  43
  • Oldberg, Hilda:  35
  • Oliver, Doreen:  45
  • Olivier, Jacques:  70
  • Ongaro, Renata:  52
  • Oppenheim, David:  110
  • Orchesterdirektion der Tonhalle-Gesellschaft, Zurich:  34
  • Orchestra de la Suisse Romande, Geneva:  48, 50, 62
  • Orchestra della Radio Suisse Italiani, Lugano:  50
  • Orff, Carl (b. 1895):  12
  • Organisacion de Conciertos Gerard, Buenos Aires:  59
  • Organizzazione Internationale Concerti, Milan:  26, 34
  • Organizzazione Internazionale Concerti, Milan:  33, 56
  • Orquesta Municipal, Barcelona:  60
  • Orsy, Odette:  21, 30, 32
  • Oser, Ida:  35
  • Osland, Desmond:  45
  • Ostermann, Steffi:  21, 30
  • Oubradous, Fernand (b. 1903):  52, 53
  • Oxford University Press, London:  45
  • Pafaceli, Renate:  14
  • Paliard, J.:  48
  • Panofsky:  21
  • Papst, Eugen:  13, 15
  • Parolari, Egon:  66
  • Paston, W.:  45
  • Pathe Marconi, Paris:  50, 52, 109
  • Paul, Ada:  32, 70, 72
  • Pauly, Walter:  19
  • Pearlman, Leonard:  33, 42, 43
  • Peer, Bertha:  36
  • Peggy:  10
  • Peinemann, Edith (b. 1939):  36
  • Pembauer, Josef:  12
  • Pennario, Leonard (b. 1924):  35
  • Peppermueller, Fritz:  19, 24, 27
  • Perlick:  13
  • Pernemum, Edith:  27
  • Perrenoud, Jean-Frederic:  70
  • Pessenlehner, Robert:  7, 11
  • Peter Cornelius Konservatorium, Mainz:  32
  • Peters, Willa:  10, 21, 27, 29, 35
  • Petersen, F.:  22
  • Petersohn, Franz:  10
  • Petit Parisien:  8
  • Petschull, Johannes:  36
  • Petzoldt, Hermann:  36
  • Pfrimmer, A.:  46
  • Pfuetzner, Anna:  27, 32, 36
  • Philharmonic Society, Brussels:  49, 51
  • Philips Phonographic Industry, Paris:  50
  • Philips Phonographische Industrie, Baarn, Holland:  27, 37, 52, 108, 109, 114
  • Phocas Grectour Festival, Athens:  26
  • Pianohaus Ed. Nold & Sohn, Frankfurt:  9
  • Pickerill, William:  58
  • Pilarczyk, Helga (b. 1925):  27, 35, 42
  • Pincherle, Marc (1888-1974):  48, 50, 52, 83, 86
  • Pinter, Margot:  40
  • Piovesan, Alessandro:  56
  • Piper, Klaus:  29
  • Piper, Martin:  22, 30, 35
  • Pisk, Paul (b. 1893):  43
  • Pittier, Adelina:  50
  • Plauner, Isabella:  7
  • Pleiss, Wilma:  21, 30, 36
  • Pobischer, Hans:  27
  • Poldi:  16
  • Polish Central Radio, Warsaw:  57
  • Polydor International, Hamburg:  37
  • Pommier, Robert:  48
  • Ponnelle, Pierre:  35, 52, 93
  • Ponnelle, Pierre and Mia.:  35
  • Porsche, Arnold:  13, 34
  • Pousseur, Henri (b. 1929):  24, 27, Ad.623
  • Pradere, Jacques:  53
  • Prelinger, Melanie:  10
  • Preussner, Eberhard (1899-1964):  22
  • Primo Congresso Internazionale de Musica, Firenze:  54
  • Primrose, William (b. 1903):  39
  • Prior, Claude:  48
  • Prislin, Milutin:  127
  • Probst, Susanne:  66
  • Prohaska, Felix (b. 1912):  21, 35, 46, 65
  • Przemek, Alfons:  15, 18
  • Pubblica Educazione Bellinzona (Departmento):  56
  • Puente, Juan Manuel:  59
  • Pulzer, Hans and Edith:  35
  • Raabe, Peter (1872-1945):  10
  • Radecke, Botebock:  21, 30
  • Radio Basel:  101
  • Radiodiffusion-Television Francaise, Paris:  109
  • Radiodiffusion-Television Francaise, Strasbourg:  51, 53
  • Radio Eireann:  14
  • Radiojaenst, Stockholm:  23
  • Radio Muenchen:  105
  • Radke, Emil:  15
  • Raine, Frederick:  13
  • Rainer Wunderlich Verlag Hermann Leins, Tuebingen:  37
  • RAI-Radio Italiano, Rome:  55
  • RAI-Radiotelevisione Italiano, Rome:  56
  • Ramrath, Bruno:  24, 117
  • Ramspeck, Juerg:  24
  • Rappoldi, Hella:  26
  • Rasch, Kurt:  22
  • Ratner, Theodor:  18, 27, 40
  • Ratz, Erwin (1898-1973):  24
  • Rau, Alice:  10, 15, 18, 20, 24, 27, 29, 32, 33, 34, 36, 37, 38, 80
  • Rauch, Heinz:  27
  • Rautzenberg, Alex:  60
  • Raven, Seymour:  41, 43
  • Razzi, Giulio:  56
  • Reber, Ernst:  36
  • Rebner, Adolph:  15, 18, 21, 24, 29, 36
  • Rechenberg:  10
  • Reding, Janine:  50
  • Reger, Elsa:  12
  • Regierungspraesident, Suedbaden:  22
  • Reich, Willi (1898-1980):  35, 72
  • Reichart-Reitze, Hedwig:  30
  • Reichel-Retchitzka, Basia:  50
  • Reichert, Hubert:  21, 30
  • Reichskommissar fuer das Ostland, Riga:  10
  • Reichsmusikkammer, Karlsruhe:  10, 11
  • Reichssender Frankfurt:  9
  • Reichsverband Deutscher Tonkuenstler & Musiklehrer, Berlin:  9
  • Reiff, Lily:  15, 101
  • Reigenberg, D.:  10
  • Reimund, Arthur:  24, 65
  • Reimund, Thoni-Louise:  65
  • Reiner, Fritz (1888-1963):  27, 29, 35, Ad.624
  • Reinholz, Franz:  21
  • Reisch, Emmy:  127
  • Reith, Georg:  22, 30
  • Reitz, F.:  18
  • Reitz, Heiner:  72
  • Reitz, Wilfried:  35
  • Remele-Egli, Johanna:  7
  • Rennert, Guenther (1911-1978):  24
  • Respighi, Elsa (b. 1894):  50
  • Reutener, Hans:  70
  • Reutter, Hermann:  22, 36
  • RIAS, Berlin:  109
  • Richter:  10
  • Richter, Otto:  13
  • Rieger, Fritz:  22
  • Rieple, Max:  14, 22, 30, 35, 38
  • Riesburg:  9
  • Riethmueller, Helmut:  25
  • Rivier, Jean (b. 1896):  50, 52
  • Robert Schumann-Gesellschaft, Zwickau:  15
  • Robert-Tissot, J.-P.:  48
  • Roeling, Henrietta:  36
  • Roessler, Wolfgang:  21
  • Rogner, Eva Maria:  70
  • Roloff, Helmut:  30
  • Rom, Hermann:  35
  • Ronell, Evelyn:  42
  • Rosbaud, Marie:  36, 42, 43
  • Rosbaud, Paul:  7, 10, 11, 13, 15, 20, 24, 27, 29, 30, 32, 35
  • Rosbaud, Willy:  13
  • Rose, Martin:  35
  • Rosebaud, Edel:  Ad.625
  • Rosebaud, Hans:  Ad.626
  • Rosenberg, Hilding (b. 1892):  15
  • Rosenstrauch, Henrietta:  35, 42, 43
  • Rossmeissl, Max:  21, 36
  • Rostand, Claude (1912-1970):  50, 52, 53
  • Rothplatz-Pessig, Margherita:  65
  • Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra:  44
  • Rousseaux, Andre:  53
  • Roussel, Albert (1869-1937):  48
  • Roussel, Lea:  48
  • Roux, L.:  48
  • Roy, Alphons:  48, 50
  • Rudnicki, Edmund:  57
  • Ruebe-Feierabend, Beth:  36
  • Ruecker, Elsie:  22, 36
  • Ruegg, Lina:  67, 70
  • Ruegg, Robert:  35
  • Rufer, Josef (b. 1893):  18
  • Rump, Sigurd:  70, 72
  • Ruppel, Karl Heinrich (b. 1900):  21, 65
  • Ruppert, Daniele:  21
  • Rupper-Weismann, Ursel:  33
  • Ryerson, Edward:  43
  • Ryerson, Nora:  36, 42, 43
  • Ryerson Edward:  35
  • Saatweber, Paul:  5
  • Saatweber-Schlieper, Ellen:  5
  • Sacher, Paul (b. 1906):  15, 18, 20, 27, 35, 88
  • Sachs, Max:  15
  • Sachsenberg:  95
  • Saengverein Harmonie, Zurich:  63
  • Saerchinger, Cesar:  42
  • Salm, Christian:  35
  • Salquin, Hedy:  48
  • Samisky, Lazare:  Ad.627
  • Sandberg, Herbert:  21
  • Sander, Erich:  30
  • Sapper, D.:  105
  • Sarlit, Henri Louis:  48
  • Saron, Alex:  108
  • Sascha-Mario:  46
  • Sausy, Herbert:  11
  • Sautereau, Nadine:  52
  • Savostianoff, E.:  48
  • Sayers, Lionel:  34, 36
  • Saygun, Adnan (b. 1907):  16, 48, 73
  • Schaefer, Karl:  11
  • Schaefer, Walter Erich:  67
  • Schaefer-Andre, Adolf:  8, 11, 15, 18, 20, 21, 24
  • Schaepfer:  27
  • Schaeppi Grundstuecke, Zurich:  113
  • Schaeuble, Hans:  101
  • Schaeublin, Gertrud:  70
  • Scharnagl, Karl:  89
  • Schatz, Eva:  16
  • Schatz, Hilmar:  30, 98
  • Scheele, Maria:  11, 22, 27, 29, 32, 36
  • Schein-Boas, Elisabeth:  24
  • Scherchen, Hermann (1891-1966):  12, 18, Ad.628
  • Scherl, August:  7
  • Scheuer, Otto:  7
  • Schibler, Armin (b. 1920):  27, 32
  • Schiller, Elsa:  21, 107, 108
  • Schlapper:  21
  • Schleicher, Frina:  30
  • Schlemmer, T.:  36
  • Schleusser:  36
  • Schmeisser, Annemarie:  25
  • Schmid, Adolf:  15
  • Schmid, Erich (b. 1907):  62, 67
  • Schmid, Heinrich Kaspar (1874-1953):  12, Ad.629
  • Schmid, Rosl:  127
  • Schmidt, Ernst:  7
  • Schmidt, Fritz:  94
  • Schmidt, Margarethe:  18
  • Schmidt, Werner:  5
  • Schmidt, Willy:  11
  • Schmidt-Chevalier, Curt:  53
  • Schmidtger, Otto:  36
  • Schmidt-Isserstedt, Hans (19001-1973):  30
  • Schmidt-Isserstedt, Hans (1900-1973):  18, 22, 29
  • Schmitz, Paul:  22
  • Schmuller, Alexander:  7
  • Schnapp, Friedrich:  11, 15, 16, 18, 20, 35
  • Schneidel, Hermann:  11
  • Schneider, Claire:  35
  • Schneider, Horst:  94, 98
  • Schneider, Magdalene:  21, 30
  • Schneider-Schott, Heinz:  24, 30
  • Schoeck, Othmar:  Ad.630
  • Schoeffel, Adam:  8
  • Schoenberg, Arnold:  Ad.631
  • Schoenberg, Georg (1906-1974):  81
  • Schoenberg, Gertrud (1902-1947):  35, 81, Ad.631
  • Scholz, Bernd:  21
  • Scholz, Walter:  98
  • Schommer, Joanna:  22
  • Schontz, Gunnar:  15
  • Schott's (B.) Soehne, Mainz:  13, 20, 27, 59
  • Schott and Co., London:  45
  • Schraml, Estefania:  59
  • Schraml, Jose:  59
  • Schreker, Maria:  24, 27
  • Schrempp, Robert:  35
  • Schricke, Henri:  7
  • Schricke, Jean:  7
  • Schroeder, Gustav:  18
  • Schroeder, Herbert:  18, 58
  • Schroeder, Maya:  72
  • Schroeter, Heinz:  15, 19, 36
  • Schubert, Walter:  35, 113
  • Schudel, Vreni:  67
  • Schuechter, Wilhelm:  29
  • Schueller, Wilhelm:  127
  • Schuh, Willi (b. 1900):  35, 101
  • Schulthess, Walter:  36
  • Schulthess, Walter (1894-1971):  62, 72, 88, 101
  • Schultz, Elly:  24
  • Schultz, W.:  20
  • Schultz, W.D.:  17
  • Schultze-Ritter, Hans:  29, 32
  • Schulze, Max:  21
  • Schuricht, Carl (1880-1967):  18, 35
  • Schutte, G.F.M.:  87
  • Schwarz, Ernst:  22
  • Schwarzenberg, Josef:  36
  • Schweikhardt, Hermann:  22, 30, 127
  • Schweitzer, Albert:  Ad.632
  • Schweizerische Kreditanstalt, Zurich:  36, 37, 109, 113
  • Schweizerische Radio- und Fernsehgesellschaft, Zurich:  42, 72
  • Schweizerischer Bankverein, Zurich:  113
  • Schweizerischer Musikverband, Zurich:  36, 64, 67, 69, 72
  • Schweizerische Rundspruchdienst, Zurich:  12
  • Schweizerische Rundspruchgesellschaft, Basel:  12, 105
  • Schweizerische Rundspruchgesellschaft, Zurich:  20, 24, 27, 63, 90, 101
  • Schweizer Radio- und Fernsehzeitung, Bern:  34
  • Schwester Vilma:  8
  • Schwieger, Johannes:  19, 20
  • Scribner-Ames, Polly:  42
  • Searle, William:  43
  • Secondo Congresso Internazionale de Musica, Firenze:  54
  • Seefehlner, Egon:  15, 18, 20, 24
  • Seiber, Mathyas:  Ad.633
  • Sekles, Bernhard (1872-1934):  7, 8
  • Sellman, Gunda:  15
  • Sellstroem, Sigrid:  44, 61
  • Selo, Alexander:  24
  • Semenoff, Ivan:  48
  • Serkin, Rudolf (b. 1903):  27
  • Sessions, Roger (b. 1896):  39
  • Seydel, Hans-Jakob:  89
  • Shiokawa, Todashi:  32
  • Shiokawa, Yuuko:  32, 34
  • Shure, Leonard:  25
  • Siede, Ludwig:  21
  • Sieg, Annaliese:  36
  • Sieg, Klaus:  98
  • Siege, Otto:  27
  • Siemens Elektrizitaetserzeugnisse Aktiens-Gesellschaft, Zurich:  107
  • Silbermann, Alphons (b. 1909):  20, 22, 29, 30
  • Simobeau, L.:  48
  • Simons:  8
  • Simpson, Robert (b. 1921):  45
  • Singer, Hugo:  18, 35
  • Singer, James:  42
  • Singer, Rose:  20
  • Singer, Willy:  22, 53
  • Sjoerstrand, Helmi:  16
  • Slavik, Gerhard:  127
  • Smola, Emmerich:  22, 25, 30, 98
  • Societe des Amis de la Musique, Stransbourg:  48
  • Societe des Concerts du Conservatoire, Paris:  47, 50, 52, 53, 84
  • Soffer, Sheldon:  43
  • Sondag, Anny:  29
  • Sondag, Walter:  22
  • Sonnenhof-Parkhotel, Bad Woerishafen:  117
  • South African Broadcasting Corp., Cape Town:  58
  • Souvtchinsky, Pierre:  48
  • Spelz, Diennit:  30
  • Spitz, Hermann:  15, 20, 105
  • Spivakovsky, Tossy:  32
  • Spoerr, D.:  18
  • Spoerri, Lore:  70
  • Sporka, Edward:  37
  • Sprenger, G.:  7
  • Staatliche Hochschule fuer Musik, Freiburg:  20
  • Staatliche Hochschule fuer Musik, Muenchen:  12
  • Staatliche Hochschule fuer Musik, Stuttgart:  24
  • Staatliche Lehr- und Forschungsanstalt fuer Gartenbau in Weihenste-phan:  33
  • Staatlichen Musikhochschule Direktor, W. Berlin:  19
  • Stadelmayer, F.:  22
  • Stader, Maria (b. 1911):  35
  • Stadtpraesident Zurich:  35
  • Stadtrat von Zurich:  36
  • Stadttheater Nuernberg:  105
  • Stadttheater Zurich:  26, 36, 62, 65, 67, 70
  • Staedt. Huettner-Konservatorium, Dortmund:  7
  • Staedtische Buehnen, Augsburg:  22
  • Staedtische Buehnen, Frankfurt:  14, 39, 65, 87
  • Staedtische Kur- und Baederverwaltung, Wiesbaden:  105
  • Stampf, H.:  11
  • Stanske, Heinz:  94
  • Statsradiofonien, Copenhagen:  20
  • Steeb, Karl:  98
  • Stege, Fritz:  25
  • Stegman, E.:  58
  • Stegmann, G.F.:  45
  • Stein, Erwin (1885-1958):  12, 18, 24, 27, 29
  • Steinberg, Michael (b. 1928):  42
  • Steinecke, Wolfgang (1910-1961):  20, 30
  • Steinway and Sons, Berlin:  9, 11, 22
  • Steinway and Sons, Hamburg:  9
  • Stephen, K.:  7
  • Stern, Frances:  35
  • Sternberg, Erna:  8, 11
  • Sternweiler, Hans:  27
  • Stippich, Kurt:  21
  • Stockhausen, Karlheinz (b. 1928):  29, 98, Ad.634
  • Stohr, Elsie:  58
  • Straram, Emil:  50
  • Straram, Enrich:  48
  • Strauss, Alice:  13
  • Stravinsky, Igor (1882-1971) and Vera:  35, Ad.635
  • Strecker, Ludwig:  18, 24, 27, 35
  • Strecker, Willy:  7, 8, 11, 20, 21, 24, 27
  • Streisguth, Jean:  46
  • Stresemann, Wolfgang:  28, 31, 33, 36
  • Strienz, Wilhelm:  13
  • Strobel, Heinrich (1898-1970):  20, 25, 32, 33, 35, 93, 94, 95, 98, 100
  • Strobel, Manfred:  36
  • Strok, Tillett, and Holt, Ltd., London:  45
  • Stroomann:  18, 20, 21, 24
  • Strub, Max:  7
  • Stuckenschmidt, Hans (b. 1901):  18, 24, 27, 33
  • Stueber, Carl:  11, 35
  • Stute, Lotte:  21, 30
  • Stuttgarter Kammerorchester:  33
  • Stutz, Otto:  36
  • Sueddeutscher Rundfunk, Radio Frankfurt:  127
  • Sueddeutscher Rundfunk, Stuttgart:  24, 109, 111
  • Suedwestdeutsche Brucknerbund, Karlsruhe:  23
  • Suedwestdeutsche Rundfunk Aktiensgesellschaft, Frankfurt:  9
  • Suedwestfunk, Baden-Baden:  25, 33, 37, 44, 93, 95, 97, 98, 100, 114
  • Suedwestfunk Intendant, Baden-Baden:  21
  • Suedwestfunk Orchester, Baden-Baden:  25, 37, 38, 94, 98
  • Suedwest Ton-Studio, Stuttgart:  26
  • Sullivan, Barry:  45
  • Sulzer, Hans:  35, 70
  • Surovy, Walter:  43
  • Susilein:  28, 31
  • Sutermeister, Heinrich (b. 1910):  22
  • Sutter, Ernst:  11
  • Swift, Marie:  43
  • Swissair, Zurich:  69, 73
  • Symphonie-Orchester des Hessischen Rundfunks, Frankfurt:  19
  • Syndicat National des Chefs d'Orchestre, Paris:  52
  • Szeryng, Henryk (b. 1918):  27
  • Szigeti, Joseph (1892-1973):  29, Ad.636
  • Tagrine, Nadia:  52
  • Taugeman, Nell:  18
  • Taylor, Kendall:  42
  • Tchecoslovaquie (Legation), Rome:  7
  • Tcherepnin, Alexander (1899-1977):  29
  • Teatro alla Scala, Milan:  55
  • Teatro Comunale, Firenze:  56
  • Teatro Comunale Dell'opera, Geneva:  56
  • Technische Hochschule, Muenchen:  13
  • Tefi-Apparatebau DR Daniel K.G., Koeln:  108
  • Tegge, Marie:  32
  • Tezenas, Madame Leon:  36
  • Thaerichen, Werner:  25
  • Theinert:  7
  • Then-Bergh, Siegfried:  25, 27, 30, 32, 34, 35, 37, 38, 94, 98
  • Thoeny, Thea:  27, 32, 34
  • Thoeny, Wilhelm:  7, 11, 15
  • Thomann, Felix:  32
  • Tietjen, Heinz:  20, 67
  • Tippett, Jack:  15
  • Tippett, Jon:  42
  • Tischer, Gerhardt:  7
  • Tischler:  16
  • Toch, Ernst (1887-1964):  27
  • Todd, J. Douglas:  45
  • Tohlanger:  8
  • Toldra, Eduardo (1895-1962):  60
  • Tomasi, Henri (1901-1971):  18
  • Tomek, Otto (b. 1928):  27, 29, 30, 33, 37
  • Tonhalle-Gesellschaft, Zurich:  21, 25, 36, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 102
  • Toussaint, Pierre:  48
  • Trautmann, Wilhelm:  22
  • Travis, Francis:  42
  • Troesch, Engelbert:  98
  • Trunski, Willi:  127
  • Tschupp, Raelo:  70
  • Tual, Denise:  48
  • Tuggener, Margrit:  70, 72
  • U.S. Embassy, Bern:  109
  • Uffelmann, Karl:  8
  • Uhlfelder, G.:  16
  • Ulpe-Weber, Lenore:  22
  • Ulrich, Max:  36, 72
  • Unger, Emile:  15, 32, 35, 48, 50, 62
  • Union Bank of Switzerland, Lugano:  37
  • Universal-Edition Aktiens-Gesellschaft, Vienna:  11, 24, 27, 35, 103
  • Universite de Strasbourg:  17
  • University of Cape Town:  45, 58
  • US Mission, Berlin:  37
  • US Treasury Dept. Washington, D.C.:  33
  • Vaillant, Louis:  50
  • Van Aalareh-Ha Weart, A.:  87
  • Van den Berg, Maurits:  19, 44
  • Van Dongen, Toom:  58
  • Van Driem, Adriaan:  28
  • Van Vliet, C.F.:  108
  • Van Wyck, Wilfrid:  15, 45
  • Varga, Tibor (b. 1921):  15
  • VEB Deutsche Schallplatten, Berlin:  107
  • Vedder, Rudolf:  11, 18
  • VEGA, Paris:  52, 53
  • Veigener, Walter:  10
  • Verband Muenchner Tonkuenstler:  36
  • Verea, Lily:  50
  • Verein fuer Basler Kunst- und Musikveranstaltungen:  26, 67
  • Vereinigte Staedtische Theater, Kiel:  10
  • Vermessungskommission der Gemeinde Zumikon, Switzerland:  38
  • Vernekohl, Wilhelm:  11, 21
  • Verwaltungsdirektor der Barmen Stadttheater:  5
  • Viala, Claude:  50
  • Vidal, Pierre:  53
  • Vierthaler, Rosine:  29
  • Viollier, Renee (b. 1894):  48, 50, 52
  • Vladarski, Viktor:  24
  • Voegeli, Urs:  27
  • Vogel, Wladimir (b. 1896):  18
  • Vogt, Carl:  30, 35, 98
  • Vogt, E.:  26
  • Von Asow, M.:  27
  • Von Benda, Hans:  22
  • Von Braunmuehl, J.:  98
  • Vondenhoff, Bruno:  127
  • Von Eimen Gerta:  21
  • Von Einem, Gottfried (b. 1918):  19, Ad.611
  • Von Halle, Lucette:  28
  • Von Haschenberg:  35
  • Von Hessen, Prinz Alexamder Friedrich:  7, 74
  • Von Holzhausen:  16
  • Von Humbert, Elisabeth:  28
  • Von Ladkouska-Ranft, Erika:  66
  • Von Leistner, Yrsa:  31, 76, 77
  • Von Niessen, Bruno:  127
  • Von Prittwitz-Gaffron, Erich:  22, 35
  • Von Salis, Jean:  70
  • Von Salis, Jean and Elsie:  35
  • Von Samson-Himmelstierna, Anka:  32
  • Von Schulthess, R.:  72
  • Von Tobel, Rudolf:  69
  • Von Waldkirch, H.:  65, 69, 70, 72
  • Vox Productions, Inc., New York:  107
  • Wachsmann:  35
  • Wagner, Egon:  37, 98, 100
  • Wagner, Wolfgang:  21, Ad.637
  • Wagner-Regeny, Rudolf (1903-1969):  12
  • Waldkirch, Heinrich and Alice:  35, 36
  • Waldoff, Claire:  21, 24
  • Wallace, Lucille (1898-1977):  8
  • Wallenstein, Ilse:  21
  • Wallner:  22
  • Walter, Guy:  21
  • Walter, Nelly:  39, 78, 110
  • Waltzinger, Gustel:  21
  • Walz, Albert:  15
  • Wangermee, R.:  52, 53
  • Warr, Eric:  45
  • Waxman, Franz (1906-1967):  110
  • Weber, Marie and Elisabeth:  11, 22, 29, 30, 36
  • Webster, Beveridge:  8, 39, 42, 43
  • Weidner, Frederick:  34, 35, 42, 43
  • Weigmann, Guenther:  94, 98, 99, 100
  • Weill Henri:  15
  • Weingartner, Felix:  Ad.638
  • Weiske, Siegfried:  22
  • Weismann, Julius (1879-1950):  12, Ad.639
  • Weismann, Kima:  11
  • Weissmann, Ursel:  22
  • Weisz, Arthur:  42
  • Welsbecker, Joseph:  11
  • Wendell, Barbara:  35, 41
  • Wendler, Hilda:  13
  • Wendling, Carl:  12
  • Wenz, Margrit:  36
  • Werb, Karl:  35
  • Wergo Schallplattenverlag, Baden-Baden:  33, 37
  • Werth, Helen:  65
  • Wessels, Maria:  11
  • Westdeutsche Konzertdirektion, Koeln:  8, 9, 23
  • Westdeutscher Rundfunk, Koeln:  24, 25, 27, 29, 32, 35, 37
  • Westerman, Gerhard:  14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 21, 23, 31, 109
  • Westerman, Helma:  18
  • Westphal, Gert:  22
  • Wetzler, Hilde:  35, 37, 42, 43
  • Who's Who in America, Chicago:  37, 42
  • Who's Who in Europe, Brussels:  42
  • Widmer, Fred:  35, 67
  • Wiegel, Karl:  13
  • Wiener Konzerthausgesallschaft:  29
  • Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft:  18, 20, 24, 109
  • Wiener Singakademie:  22, 36
  • Wigy, Franz:  52
  • Wildberger, Jacques (b. 1922):  87
  • Wildgans, Friedrich (1913-1965):  18
  • Wilke, Adolf:  22, 127
  • Wilken, Martin:  21
  • Wille, Carl:  11
  • Willoughby, G.:  45
  • Winkler, Erich:  15, 17, 22, 27
  • Winkler, Wilhelmine:  20, 24, 29, 36
  • Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra:  42
  • Winter, Moritz:  13
  • Witschi, Lori:  52
  • Wittelsbach, Rudolf (1902-1972):  27
  • Wittman, Wilhelm:  127
  • Wolf:  16
  • Wolf, Bodo:  21
  • Wolff., Edith:  18, 27
  • Wolterstorff, Gisela:  18, 21
  • Wood, Dorothy:  45
  • Wortmann, Hermann:  11
  • Woyrsch, Felix (1860-1944):  12
  • Wyler, Josef:  36
  • Wyss, Jochamin:  66
  • Wyss, Niklaus:  72
  • Wyss, Sophie:  52
  • Xenakis, Yannis (b. 1922):  20, 24, 27, Ad.640
  • Yardumian, Richard (b. 1917):  39
  • Zaffini, Clement:  48, 50, 52
  • Zann, Erich:  4
  • Zedler, Emmy:  31
  • Zehnder, Dora:  72
  • Zeithammer, Gottlieb:  65, 67
  • Zentner, Wilhelm:  21, 30
  • Zentner, Wolfgang:  36
  • Zerkowitz Elsa:  20, 24, 29, 33
  • Zeumer, Gerhard:  98
  • Zieler:  9
  • Zillig, Winfried (1905-1963):  18, 32, 35
  • Zimmer, Max:  11
  • Zimmerman, Bernd-Alois (1918-1970):  22, 82, Ad.641
  • Zimmerman, Hans:  35, 62, 63, 65, 67
  • Zirny, Vera:  42
  • Zoff, Otto:  36, 42
  • Zuckmayer, Ed.:  12
  • Zuger Kantonalbank:  41
  • Zunsgard, R.:  7
  • Zweig, Friderike:  29
  • Zych, George:  37
  • Zylberberg, Louise:  50

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Collection Inventory

 1 Documents 1899-1967 

Box Folder

 1899-1967   150.0 items.

1 1-3

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 2 Correspondence and Papers 1920-1964 

 2.1 General Correspondence 1920-1964 

Box Folder

Mainz 1920-1928   200.0 items.

1 4-7

Correspondence 1925-1937   60.0 items.

1 8-9

Muenster-Strassburg 1938-1944   80.0 items.

1 10-11

Correspondence 1941-1951   80.0 items.

1 12-13

Baden-Baden 1948-1952   100.0 items.

1 14-15

Baden-Baden and Zurich 1950-1954   140.0 items.

1 16-18

Zurich 1954-1956   110.0 items.

2 19-20

60th Birthday 1955   200.0 items.

2 21-22

Zurich 1955-1957   100.0 items.

2 23-24

Correspondence 1956-1962   50.0 items.

2 25

Zurich 1957-1962   700.0 items.

2 26-29

65th Birthday 1960   100.0 items.

2 30

Zurich 1960-1962   200.0 items.

2 31-32

Correspondence 1961-1973   150.0 items.

3 33-34

Condolence Letters 1962-1963   400.0 items.

3 35-36

Correspondence 1963-1964   200.0 items.

3 37-38

 2.2 National Correspondence 1934-1964 

Box Folder

American 1934-1964   600.0 items.

3 39-43

Dutch and Scandinavian 1953-1962   100.0 items.

3 44

English 1952-1962   100.0 items.

3 45

French 1943-1962   850.0 items.

3 46-48

French 1934-1962, cont. 

4 49-53

Italian 1934-1962   350.0 items.

4 54-56

Polish 1937   6.0 items.

4 57

South African 1951-1954   75.0 items.

4 58

South American 1950-1956   50.0 items.

4 59

Spanish 1949-1950   50.0 items.

4 60

Swedish 1948-1950   30.0 items.

4 61

Swiss 1949-1955   500.0 items.

4 62-64

Swiss 1955-1963   950.0 items.

5 65-72

Turkish 1949-1950   30.0 items.

5 73

 2.3 Individual Correspondence 1938-1965 

Box Folder

Alexander Friedrich, Prinz von Hessen 1938-1943   25.0 items.

5 74

Marius Flothuis (Concertgebouworkest) 1958-1964   50.0 items.

5 75

Yrsa von Leistner 1948-1960   200.0 items.

5 76-77

Andre Mertens (CAM) 1959-1962   100.0 items.

5 78

R. - Aloys Mooser 1954-1969   30.0 items.

5 79

Alice Rau 1950-1962   30.0 items.

5 80

Gertrud Schoenberg 1953-1965   50.0 items.

5 81

Bernd Alois Zimmermann 1957-1962   25.0 items.

5 82

 2.4 Occupational Correspondence 1938-1962 

Box Folder

Aix-en-Provence 1948-1953   450.0 items.

6 83-86

Holland Festival 1958-1962   125.0 items.

6 87

Konzertgesellschaft, Zurich 1951-1960   50.0 items.

6 88

Munich Philharmonic 1947-1948   30.0 items.

6 89

Radio Zurich 1951-1956   30.0 items.

6 90

Strassburg 1941-1944   50.0 items.

6 91

Suedwestfunk Correspondence and Papers 1938-1962   812.0 items.

6 92-100

Swiss Radio 1949-1952   30.0 items.

6 101

Tonhalle Orchestra 1950-1959   20.0 items.

6 102

Papers 1938-1961   100.0 items.

6 103-104

Guest Appearances 1947-1948   100.0 items.

6 105

Munich Philharmonic Service Records 1948   10.0 items.

6 106

Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft 1953-1959   100.0 items.

7 107

Recording Contracts 1950-1951, 1957-1962   30.0 items.

7 108

Honorariums and Contracts 1950-1958   50.0 items.

7 109

American Recordings and Engagements 1953-1962   30.0 items.

7 110

 2.5 Financial Papers 1952-1962 

Box Folder

Radio Broadcasts 1957-1959   30.0 items.

7 111

Notices of Transfer (copies) 1952-1956   30.0 items.

7 112

Financial Letters and Documents 1952-1962   30.0 items.

7 113

Financial Documents 1961-1962   100.0 items.

7 114

 2.6 Travel Papers 1951-1960 

Box Folder

Correspondence and Papers 1951-1952   50.0 items.

7 115

South American Trip 1952   30.0 items.

7 116

Bad Worishofen Kurhotel 1956   30.0 items.

7 117

Papers 1955-1960   325.0 items.

7 118-122

Nordland Reise 1960   50.0 items.

7 123

 2.7 Other Papers 1946-1968 

Box Folder

Autobiographical Sketches and Reviews 1954-1956   20.0 items.

8 124

Lectures 1949-1953   30.0 items.

8 125

Military Government Forms and Questionnaires - Blank undated   30.0 items.

8 126

Testimonials and Letters 1946-1951   50.0 items.

8 127

Music Publishers Brochures undated   30.0 items.

8 128

Rosegarden 1964-1968   30.0 items.

8 129

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 3 Programs and Criticisms 

Box Folder

Acknowledgements and Reviews 1931-1951   250.0 items.

8 130-133

Programs and Reviews 1925-1957   530.0 items.

8 134-140

Programs and Reviews 1958-1961   30.0 items.

9 141

Program Lists 1934-1935   30.0 items.

9 142

Hausmusikwoche, Strassburg 1942-1943   20.0 items.

9 143

Klemperer in Zurich 1962   10.0 items.

9 144

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 4 Medical Files 

Box Folder

Medical Files 1924-1961   110.0 items.

9 145-147

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 5 Clippings 

Box Folder

 1925-1952   350.0 items.

9 148-156

 1952-1957   500.0 items.

10 157-166

 1958-1962   500.0 items.

11 167-177

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 6 Programs 

Box Folder

 1930-1958   180.0 items.

12 178-187

 1959-1964   150.0 items.

13 188-194

SWF 1960-1963   150.0 items.

13 195-201

Aix-en-Provence 1948-1958   11.0 items.

14 202-204

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 7 Manuscript Scores 

 7.1 Original Compositions 

Box Folder

Konzertstueck fuer Basstuba und Orchester 1936   Full-score in pencil, 22 p. Sketches in pencil 9 l. Piano-reduction, photocopy, 7 pp.

15os 205

Konzertstueck fuer Violine und Orchester 1918   Full-score, ink, 141 p. Full-score, pencil, p. 39-150, 2 l. unnumbered. Piano-reduction, ink, 39 p. and solo part (violin), 10 p. both bound.

15os 206-208

Overtuere zu Grillparzers "Des Meeres und der Liebe Wellen" 1916   Full-score, ink, 72 p., bound. Full-score, pencil 70 p., bound. Set of parts.

15os 209-211

Piano Trio ("Novelletten") undated   Score, ink, 36 p. Parts for violin and cello, 22 p. Sketches for Pianotrio, ink and pencil, 36 l.

15os 212-213

Serenade fuer Streichtrio undated   Score, ink, 66 p., bound. Parts for violin, viola and cello. Sketches in pencil, 58 l.

15os 214-216

Six Songs for Voice and Piano undated 

General note

1.) Daemmernd liegt der Sommerabend, 2 l.

2.) Mein Liebchen, wir fuehren zusammen, 2 l.

3.) Meiner schlafenden Zuleima, 2 l.

4.) Litt einst ein Faehnlein (Kleine Geschichte), 2 l.

5.) Einladung zum Schlaf, 2 l.

6.) Heil Dir, Du treue Magd, 2 l.

15os 217

Thema mit Variationen (for woodwind quintet) undated   Score, 36 p., bound. Set of Parts.

15os 218

 7.2 Incomplete Works and Sketches 

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Composition for two pianos, untitled undated   Pencil, 30 l.

16os 219

Das Spiel von der Zeit; eine Funkdichtung mit Musik von Ottomar Starke undated   Sketches, 19 l. Libretto, typed, 21 p. Full Orchestral Score, ink, 21 p. Full Score, ink, 48 p.

16os 220

Das Wintermaerchen undated 

General note

I. Vorspiel (Die Zeit spricht), 17 p. pencil score

Skizzen zuer Wintermaerchermusik, 14 l. pencil score

16os 221

Kleines Volksliedspiel undated   Full-Score, pencil, 29 p.

16os 222

Serenade [for woodwind quintet] undated   Pencil sketch, 19 l.

16os 223

Sketches for wind instruments undated 

General note

Untitled work for two oboes and two trumpets, 4 l.

Skizzen zuer Fughette fuer Fagotte, 4 l.

16os 224

Skizzen zu einem Silcher-Singspiel August 28, 1936 

General note

Men's chorus and accompaniment, 6 l. pencil sketch

16os 225

Thema und Variationen (for two pianos) undated   50 l. pencil sketch

16os 226

Von ueberall wir kommen an [for chorus and orchestra] undated   22 l. pencil sketch

16os 227

Miscellaneous sketches and fragments undated   45.0 l.

16os 228

 7.3 Student Exercises and Compositions 

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Alleluja (for 8-part chorus) undated   21.0 l. sketch

16os 229

Chorale harmonizations and canons 1917   27 l. sketches in ink and pencil

16os 230

Compositions for two pianos undated 

General note

Unititled works in D minor and D flat major, 18 l. pencil

16os 231

Copybooks undated   2.0 items

16os 232

Excercises, Mainz 1920-1928   30.0 l.

16os 233

Orchestral sketches 1917   69.0 p. pencil

16os 234

Passacaglia, fuer grosses Orchester 1917   Score in ink, 25 l. Partitur-skizzen, pencil, 10 l.

16os 235

Unitiled work for orchestra undated   6.0 l. ink score

16os 236

Variationen und Sonate undated   19 l. pencil sketch, short score.

16os 237

Works and sketches for piano 1915   34.0 l.

16os 238

 7.4 Scores and Parts for Works of Other Composers 

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Haendel: Overtuere zuer Oper "Agrippina" undated   11 p. full-score in ink.

16os 239

Haydn: "Ariadne auf Nazos" undated   19 p. printed score (piano reduction) 35 l. full-score in ink

16os 240

Parts for Medieval and Renaissance works undated   45.0 l.

16os 241

Parts for various orchestral works undated   60.0 l.

16os 242

Sketches for conducting various orchestral works undated   28.0 l.

16os 243

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 8 Printed Scores 

 8.1 Scores Annotated by Rosbaud 

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Standard size and pocket scores, A-Z   37.0 items.

17 244-280

Oversize, A-Z   9.0 items.

18os 281-289

 8.2 Scores with dedications and inscriptions 

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Standard Size, A-S   65.0 items.

19 290-354

Standard Size, T-Z   1.0 item.

20 355

Pocket Scores, A-Z   35.0 items.

20 356-390

Oversize, A-Z   19.0 items.

21os 391-409

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 9 Photographs 

 9.1 Hans and Edel Rosbaud 

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Professional portraits of Hans Rosbaud 

22 410-411

Professional Portraits of Edel Rosbaud 

22 412

Photos undated 

22 413-414

Photos 1922-1958 

22 415

Aix-en-Provence undated 

22 416

Baden-Baden undated 

22 417

Early photos, Frankfurt undated 

22 418

Frankfurt undated 

22 419

Hans Rosbaud and family, Graz undated 

22 420

Den Haag 1961 

22 421

Frankfurt and Mainz undated 

22 422

Mainz undated 

22 423

Yrsa von Leistner sculptures undated 

22 424

Holland undated 

22 425

 9.2 Other Persons 

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Unidentified persons undated 

22 426-428

Photos 1924-1973 

22 429-430

 9.3 Places 

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Photos undated 

22 431

 9.4 Photos taken by Edel Rosbaud after Hans Rosbaud's Death 

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Catabietta and Zumikon 1962-1969, undated 

22 432-433

Catabietta 1965-1968 

23 434

 9.5 Photo Albums 

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Weihnachten 1934 

23 435

Ein Abschiedsbuchlein, Muenster 1937, 1940 

23 436

Kleines Panoptikum 1938 

23 437

25 Jahre Deutscher Rundfunk 1948 

23 438

Donaueschinger Musiktage 1952 

23 439

Frankfurt undated 

23 440

Carabietta 1968 

23 441

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 10 Albums and Scrapbooks 

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Mainz 1921-1927 

23 442

 1931-1932 

23 443-444

 1933 

23 445-446

 1936 

23 447

Oesterreich 1939-1948 

23 448

Italien 1941-1949 

23 449

Aix-en-Provence 1948-1950 

23 450-452

Schweden 1949-1950 

23 453

Schweiz 1938, 1949-1951 

24 454

Turkei 1950 

24 455

Einige Zeichningen von den Donaueschinger Musiktagen 1950 

24 456

Das Muenster zu Strassburg 1942 

24 456a,b

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 11 Agenda Books 

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Agenda books 1929-1962 

25 457-474

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 12 Assorted Notebooks and Papers 

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Address books undated 

25 475-477

Music History Notes undated 

25 478

Student Notebooks undated 

25 479-484

Library Inventory undated 

25 485

List of Admirers Paying Tribute undated 

25 486

Notebooks for Language Study undated   30.0 items.

25 487

List of Compositions with Timings undated 

25 488-189

Lectures, Articles, Program-Notes, Interviews 1943-1957   150.0 items.

25 490-492

Passports, Identity Cards, Membership Cards   40.0 items.

25 493

Drivers Licenses 1946-1962 

25 493

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 13 Memorabilia 

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Medals, Citations and Personal Effects   14.0 items.

26

Banners from Funeral Wreaths   35.0 items.

27

Marble Sculpture   1.0 item.

28

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 14 Audio Reproductions 

 14.1 Tape Recordings   39.0 items.

General note

(reel-to-reel)

[The material is not completely identified; mostly Rosbaud conducting.]

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 14.2 Phonograph Recordings, Rosbaud conducting   25.0 items.

General note

non-commercial sample copies

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Alexander Friedrich, Prinz von Hessen: "Symph. Variationen u. e. Hymnus a.d. 8. Jahrhundert, Op. 20" 

30-31 os 494-498

Boris Blacher: Concertante Musik, Op. 10 and Zweites Klavierkonzert, Op. 42 

31os 499

Debussy: "Jeux; Tanzgedicht" 

31os 500-503

Haydn: two symphonies, #92 and #104 

31os 504

Mozart: Klavierkonzert, A Dur, KV 488 

31os 505-508

Mozart: Violinkonzerte, #4 and #5 

31os 509

Sibelius: 10 orchestral works 

31os 510-512

Schoenberg: Variationen, Op. 31 

31os 513

Five unidentified discs. 

31os 514-518

 14.3 Commercial Phonograph Recordings, Rosbaud Conducting 

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Beethoven: Symphony #8 

31os 519

Blacher: Concertante Musik, Op. 10 and Zweites Klavierkonzert, Op. 42 

31os 520

Bruckner: Symphony #7 

31os 521

Gluck: "Orphée" 

31os 522

Haydn: Abschiedssinfonie 

31os 523

Haydn: Symphonies #92 and #104 

31os 524

Mozart: Violinkonzerte, #4 and #5 

31os 525

Mozart: "Les Noces de Figaro" 

31os 526

Rachmaninoff: Klavierkonzert #2 

31os 527-531

Rameau: "Platée" 

31os 532

Reger: Klavierkonzert, Op. 114 

31os 533

Schoenberg: "Moses und Aron" 

31os 534

Sibelius: 6 pieces 

31os 535-538

Stravinsky: "Agon" 

31os 539

Stravinsky: "Petroushka" 

31os 540

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 15 Oversize 

 15.1 Scores 

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Dallapiccola: Variazioni per Orchestra 

32 541

Haubenstock-Ramati: "Credentials" 

32 542

Richard Hoffman: Concerto for piano 

32 543

Peter Schat: "Entelechie" 

32 544

Schoenberg: "Erwartung" 

32 545

Schoenberg: "Moses und Aron," full-score 

32 546

 15.2 Other Items 

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"Moses und Aron" Buehnenplan 

32 547

Framed certificate 

32 548

Unframed certificate (Schoenberg-Medaille) 

32 549

Framed license 

32 550

Houseplans (rolled) 

32 551

Batons (in case) 

32 552

Framed picture (Pabst concert) 

32 553

Framed scene design 

32 554

Muenchener Philharmonic presentation 1946 

32 555

Grand Prix du Disque, diplome 1957 

32 556

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Addendum 

Individual Correspondence 

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Ansermet, Ernst 1929 

33 Ad 601

Backhaus, Wilhelm 1942 

33 Ad 602

Berio, Luciano 1960 

33 Ad 603

Boulez, Pierre 1954-1960, undated 

33 Ad 604

Britten, Benjamin 1956-1957 

33 Ad 605

Carter, Elliott undated 

33 Ad 606

Castiglioni, Niccolo 1959 

33 Ad 607

Concertgebouw Orchestra undated 

33 Ad 608

Dallapiccola, Luigi 1951-1962 

33 Ad 609

Dushkin, Sam 1927 

33 Ad 610

Einem, Gottfried von 

33 Ad 611

Fraenkel, Wolfgang 1947, 1959 

33 Ad 612

Frank, Maurits 1959 

33 Ad 613

Hartmann, Karl A. undated 

33 Ad 614

Henze, Hans Werner 1952, 1956, undated 

33 Ad 615

Hindemith, Paul and Gertrud 1947-1958, undated 

33 Ad 616

Kubelik, Rafael undated 

33 Ad 617

Messiaen, Olivier 1953-1960 

33 Ad 618

Mihalovici, Marcel 1960 

33 Ad 619

Moldenhauer, Hans 1946-1973   (photocopies)

33 Ad 620

Ney, Elly 1947, undated 

33 Ad 621

Nono, Luigi 1953, 1958 

33 Ad 622

Pousseur, Henri to Aurelio de la Vega Jan. 31, 1966 

33 Ad 623

Reiner, Fritz undated 

33 Ad 624

Rosbaud, Edel 1952, undated 

33 Ad 625

Rosbaud, Hans 1935-1959, 1967 

33 Ad 626

Saminsky, Lazare 1958 

33 Ad 627

Scherchen, Hermann undated 

33 Ad 628

Schmid, Heinrich Kasper 1946 

33 Ad 629

Schoeck, Othmar 1956 

33 Ad 630

Schoenberg, Arnold and Gertrude, (negatives of draft of lectures) 1937, 1946-1954 

33 Ad 631

Schweitzer, Albert 1961 

33 Ad 632

Seiber, Mathyas 1955-1956 

33 Ad 633

Stockhausen, Karlheinz 1957-1958 

33 Ad 634

Stravinsky, Igor 1930-1962 

33 Ad 635

Szigeti, Joseph 1956 

33 Ad 636

Wagner, Wieland and Wolfgang 1950 

33 Ad 637

Weingartner, Felix 1930 

33 Ad 638

Weismann, Julius 1950 

33 Ad 639

Xenakis, Yannis undated 

33 Ad 640

Zimmermann, Bernd-Alois undated 

33 Ad 641

Photographs 

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Rosbaud and parents   1.0 item.

33 Ad 700

Rosbaud's mother   1.0 item.

33 Ad 701

Rosbaud reading   1.0 item.

33 Ad 702

Rosbaud 1927 

33 Ad 703

Rosbaud and dog   1.0 item.

33 Ad 704

Grave of Anna Rosbaud   1.0 item.

33 Ad 705

Rosbaud conducting   25.0 items.

33 Ad 706-730

Rosbaud as conductor, Hamburg 1950 

33 Ad 731

Rosbaud - portrait photo   1.0 item.

33 Ad 732

Rosbaud with score   1.0 item.

33 Ad 733

Rosbaud at piano   1.0 item.

33 Ad 734

Rosbaud 1952 

33 Ad 735

Rosbaud with score   1.0 item.

33 Ad 736

Rosbaud with score   1.0 item.

33 Ad 737

Rosbaud   1.0 item.

33 Ad 738

Rosbaud at the keyboard   1.0 item.

33 Ad 739

Colored photograph and negatives   4.0 items.

33 Ad 740

Pencil drawing, reproduction   1.0 item.

33 Ad 741

Pencil drawing, reproduction   1.0 item.

33 Ad 742

Bust of Rosbaud   1.0 item.

33 Ad 743

Plaster cast of Rosbaud's left hand   1.0 item.

33 Ad 744

Rosbaud at podium   1.0 item.

33 Ad 745

Rosbaud with others-both identified and unidentified 

33 Ad 750.01-751.16

Six ink sketches: Rosbaud directing Beethoven's 7th Symphony 

33 Ad 752.01-752.06

Pencil drawing of Rosbaud by G. Wagner 1944 

33 Ad 752.07

Writings by Rosbaud and others   6.0 items.

33 Ad 755

Lists by Rosbaud   10.0 items.

33 Ad 756

Oversize 

Box Folder

Invitation to Reunion at Graz 1938 

34 Ad 753

Articles about Hans Rosbaud and his brother   8.0 items.

34 Ad 754

Composition by Rosbaud: Sonate Fuer 2 Klaviere, movements 1 and 2 (photocopy) 

34 Ad 800

Raritaeten Kabinet... 

Scope and Contents note

Scores: La Vallée des Cloches: Das Tel der 4 Glocken, by Maurice Ravel, 1906; Variationen Fuer Orchester, op. 31, by Arnold Schonberg

34 Ad 801

1929 (with manuscript score pages located inside cover); Movements for Piano and Orchestra. Dedicated to Margrit Weber, by Igor Stravinsky, 1958-1959. (Manuscript photocopy with pencil corrections.) Recordings: Rosbaud-Five Songs on reel-to-reel tape; Beethoven: Piano Concerto no. 5 on phonograph record; Stravinsky: Agon Ballet. 

34 Ad 802.01-802.03

Berg: Three Pieces for Orchestra, op. 6. Webern: Six Pieces for Orchestra, op. 6 conducted by Hans Rosbaud on phonograph record; Mahler: Symphony no. 7 "Song of the Night" conducted by Hans Rosbaud on phonograph record. 

34 Ad 804.01-804.04

Silver medal awarded to Hans Rosbaud by the Johanneum Staats gymnasium Published, Printed Scores 

34 Ad 805

Auric, Phèdre, Suite Symphonique. 

35 Ad 802.04

Dallapiccola, Cingue Canti. 

35 Ad 802.05

Honegger, Monopartita. 

35 Ad 802.06

Honegger, Symphony No. 5. 

35 Ad 802.07

Malipiero, Dialoghi. 

35 Ad 802.08

Malipiero, Fantasie Concertanti. 

35 Ad 802.09

Malipiero, Notturno di Canti e Balli. 

35 Ad 802.10

Malipiero, Sinfonia in Un Tempo. 

35 Ad 802.11

Milhand, VIIIe Symphonie, en R; (Rhodanienne). 

35 Ad 802.12

Milhand, Xe Symphonie. 

35 Ad 802.13

Poulenc, Les Animaux Modèles. 

35 Ad 802.14

Xenakis, Achorripsis. 

35 Ad 802.15

Books: Hindemith, Komponist in Seiner Welt. 

35 Ad 803.01

Schoenberg, Style and Idea. 

35 Ad 803.02

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