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STRAVINSKY ARCHIVE OF ANNOTATED PROOFS, &c.
sold to Rice University
"The Fondren Library at Rice University is pleased to announce its acquisition of an important archive of the works of Igor Sravsinky, through J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians, from the collection of the composer's son, Soulima Stravinsky. The archive consists of annotated proofs containing significant corrections, alterations, and annotations in Stravinsky's hand, autograph and copyist manuscripts, and associated material, and has not previously been available for scholarly research. The collection will be cataloged with appropriate conservation measures and housed in the Fondren Library's Woodson Research Center." Mary Brower, Rice University, in Notes for NOTES, Volume 74, No. 4, June 2018
ALFRED SCHNITTKE AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPTS
sold to Vanderbilt University
"The Anne Potter Wilson Music Library at the Blair School of Music (Vanderbilt University) is pleased to announce the acquisition of two autograph manuscripts by composer Alfred Schnittke (1934-1998). The manuscripts were purchased from J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians. The two manuscripts - Epilogue for Violoncello, Piano and Tape and Sinfonisches Vorspiel - are from Schnittke's mature period, and are dated 1993 and 1994, respectively. Epilogue was written for Russian cellist Mstislav Rostropovich, and is an arrangement from the concluding part of Schnittke's ballet score Peer Gynt (1986). Sinfonisches Vorspiel is a work for large orchestra, dedicated to the conductor Gerd Albrecht, who gave the work's first performance with the Philharmonisches Staatsorchester in the Hamburg Musikhalle on 6 November 199i4. Both scores are densely packed with erasures, cancellations, corrections, and indications of scoring." Holling Smith-Borne, Vanderbilt University, in Notes for NOTES, Volume 74, No. 3, March 2018
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