Format Manuscripts/Mixed Material

↓ Refine your search

Results 1 - 25 of 42

  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, 1941

    Correspondence. Autograph letter, signed | 1 page. | excerpt: "In rearranging Billy you can't squelch the Prologue -- Epilogue idea without lowering the tone. Piano reductions of ballets are generally made complete..." From: Correspondence Series Autograph Letter, Signed (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1941-00-00
  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, December 18, 1941

    Correspondence. Autograph letter, signed | 1 page. | excerpt: "Congrats on the NEW STUDIO." From: Correspondence Series Autograph Letter, Signed (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1941-12-18
  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, May 6, 1943

    Correspondence. Autograph letter, signed | 2 pages. | excerpt: "...what impression did you have of Stravinsky in the long talk V says you had with him after the concert...you're heading for conducting in a big way -- and everybody and everything that doesn't lead there is an excrescence on the body politic." From: Correspondence Series Autograph Letter, Signed (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron - Stravinsky, Igor
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1943-05-06

    Look inside: 2 results

  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, July 18, 1944

    Correspondence. Autograph letter, signed | 1 page. | excerpt: "Having wonderful time. We are wind & sunburned & almost there." From: Correspondence Series Autograph Letter, Signed (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1944-07-18
  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, 1942

    Correspondence. Typed letter, signed | 1 page. | excerpt: "...what's going to happen to the poor Hurricane during all those days of absenteeism?" From: Correspondence Series Typed Letter, Signed (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1942-00-00
  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, April 9, 1947

    Correspondence. telegram | 1 page. | excerpt: "...good luck with symphony...Marc's situation hopeless...love to Nadia." From: Correspondence Series Telegram (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron - Blitzstein, Marc - Boulanger, Nadia
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1947-04-09
  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, 1940

    Correspondence. Typed letter, signed | 1 page. | excerpt: "...I am writing a Piano Sonata..." From: Correspondence Series Typed Letter, Signed (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1940-00-00
  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, September 14, 1943

    Correspondence. Typed letter, signed | 1 page. | excerpt: "It's all too wonderful!...I keep wondering what you will think of the score for North Star...I even had my first chance at a bang-up battle sequence....Of course I was jealous when I read Piston and Thompson's names as your teachers..." From: Correspondence Series Typed Letter, Signed (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron - Piston, Walter - Thompson, Randall
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1943-09-14
  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, 1940

    Correspondence. Autograph letter, signed | 1 page. | excerpt: "Marc Blitzstein reports it was `easily the best thing on the program'." From: Correspondence Series Autograph Letter, Signed (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron - Blitzstein, Marc
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1940-00-00
  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, May 1941

    Correspondence. Autograph letter, signed | 2 pages. | excerpt: "Lots of modern music in town this week on account of the ISCM." From: Correspondence Series Autograph Letter, Signed (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1941-05-00

    Look inside: 2 results

  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, August 24, 1942

    Correspondence. Autograph letter, signed | 2 pages. | excerpt: "I played [Koussevitzky] recordings of Lincoln, and he seemed really moved. Said it was a piece that would 'make history', whatever that means." From: Correspondence Series Autograph Letter, Signed (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron - Koussevitzky, Serge
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1942-08-24

    Look inside: 2 results

  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, April 8, 1949

    Correspondence. telegram | 1 page. | excerpt: "Hope it sounds grand and goes good" From: Correspondence Series Telegram (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1949-04-08
  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, July 26, 1944

    Correspondence. Autograph letter, signed | 1 page. | excerpt: "...my mother died suddenly, and I didn't get the news in time to attend the funeral...I wish I knew what version of Our Town you did at the Stadium..." From: Correspondence Series Autograph Letter, Signed (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1944-07-26
  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, June 5, 1942

    Correspondence. telegram | 1 page. | excerpt: "Hope you double wow them tonight will be listening Sunday..." From: Correspondence Series Telegram (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1942-06-05
  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, November 8, 1948

    Correspondence. Autograph letter, signed | 2 pages. | excerpt: "The Symphony seems to be a success!...It's really a fantastic piece! I must confess I have made a sizable cut near the end...I have miraculously fallen in love." From: Correspondence Series Autograph Letter, Signed (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1948-11-08

    Look inside: 2 results

  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, 1941

    Correspondence. Typed letter, signed | 1 page. | excerpt: "Heinshimer says Koss is doing Quiet City this week...If true, please tell him that there is a terrible mistake in the printed score at No. 7..." From: Correspondence Series Typed Letter, Signed (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron - Heinsheimer, Hans - Koussevitzky, Serge
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1941-00-00
  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, January 28, 1944

    Correspondence. telegram | 1 page. | excerpt: "Confidentially awaiting wonderful report regarding Jerry's doing Mimo vitally concerned" Telegram (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron - Robbins, Jerome
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1944-01-28
  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, 1942

    Correspondence. Autograph letter, signed | 1 page. | excerpt: "I'm writing a ballet -- very frothy one -- for the Monte Carlo people." From: Correspondence Series Autograph Letter, Signed (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1942-00-00
  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, 1947

    Correspondence. Autograph letter, signed | 2 pages. | excerpt: "I distinctly got the impression that everybody prefers Music por el Teatro to El Salon down here." From: Correspondence Series Autograph Letter, Signed (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1947-00-00

    Look inside: 2 results

  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, October 25, 1941

    Correspondence. Autograph letter, signed | 1 page. | excerpt: "Finished the Sonata! Played the world premiere in B.A. Slonimsky was there. Musicians said nice things." From: Correspondence Series Autograph Letter, Signed (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron - Slonimsky, Nicolas
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1941-10-25
  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, September 19, 1940

    Correspondence. Typed letter, signed | 1 page. | excerpt: "...what have you decided to do about the winter?" From: Correspondence Series Typed Letter, Signed (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1940-09-19
  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, 1942

    Correspondence. Autograph letter, signed | 1 page. | excerpt: "We [Camargo Guanieri and I] are playing a Birthday Piece (on Cuban Themes) at Town Hall together on Dec. 9th. It's not written yet, but then..." From: Correspondence Series Autograph Letter, Signed (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron - Guanieri, Camargo
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1942-00-00
  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, August 25, 1944

    Correspondence. Autograph letter, signed | 2 pages. | excerpt: "'Oh, isn't [Bernstein] the boy who can never say no? I hear he's gone into musical comedy...' That floored me...." From: Correspondence Series Autograph Letter, Signed (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1944-08-25

    Look inside: 2 results

  • Letter from Aaron Copland to Leonard Bernstein, 1940

    Correspondence. Autograph letter, signed | 1 page. | excerpt: "I plan to see Koussie before I go and will talk to him about you." From: Correspondence Series Autograph Letter, Signed (Form).

    • Contributor: Copland, Aaron - Koussevitzky, Serge
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1940-00-00
  • Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Helen Coates, September 3, 1943

    Correspondence. Autograph letter, signed | 2 pages. | excerpt: "Kouss.' verdict was all bravos for the Copland, Brahms & boogie; but he thought the Bach was too romantic, the Chopin too heavy, the Liszt too something else." From: Correspondence Series Autograph Letter, Signed (Form).

    • Contributor: Coates, Helen - Koussevitzky, Serge - Copland, Aaron - Brahms, Johannes - Bach, Johann Sebastian - Chopin, Frederic - Liszt, Franz
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Books
    • Date: 1943-09-03

    Look inside: 2 results