2 edition of Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation Music Collection, 1950 found in the catalog.
Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation Music Collection, 1950
Library of Congress. Music Division.
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by William L. Graves.|
|Contributions||Graves, William L., Library of Congress. Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation.|
|LC Classifications||ML29g.L5 E4 1950|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| leaves (bound) ;|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||90118906|
The auditorium was built in with funds from Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge (no immediate relation to President Calvin Coolidge). The decor is plain, with no ornamentation on the solid yellow walls or ceiling. Coolidge wanted concertgoers to focus on the music, not on the decorations. [OPM Rule Kills Library of Congress Charity Book Sale]. Author of Catalogue of opera librettos printed before , Catalogue of first editions of Stephen C. Foster (), Folk music, Autograph musical scores in the Coolidge Foundation collection, Catalogue of first editions of Edward MacDowell (), Orchestral music catalogue, Folk music of the United States, Orchestral music (Class M .
Elizabeth Jean Robinson collection, Elizabeth Madox Roberts papers, Elizabeth Robins Pennell papers. Elizabeth Severn and Margaret Severn papers, Elizabeth Severn papers. Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation collection, Elkisch, Paula. Paula Elkisch papers, The Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Auditorium, which opened in October, , has been home to more than 2, concerts, primarily of classical chamber music, but occasionally also of jazz, folk music, and special presentations. Some performances make use of the Library's extensive collection of musical instruments and ectural style: Beaux-Arts.
The Coolidge Auditorium was constructed in after Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge gifted $60, for the sole purpose of providing the Library of Congress a dedicated space to host performances--specifically chamber music. (Photo Source: Coolidge Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress) According to the Library of Congress. Following the deaths of her husband, father, and mother in , she used her inheritance to sponsor the South Mountain (later Berkshire) Chamber Music Festival (–24), then established the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation at the Library of Congress () to fund festivals, composers, and musicians.
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Music Division. 1950 book Sprague Coolidge Foundation Collection) The Moldenhauer Archives Foundation at the Library of Congress was established in by the bequest of Hans Moldenhauer (), pianist, teacher, author, and founder of the Moldenhauer Archives for the study of music history from primary sources located in the Library of Congress and.
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Publication date Topics Music, Music Publisher Washington: Government Printing Office CollectionPages: Four newly commissioned works will receive their first performantes in the eleventh music festival of the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation.
Elizabeth Penn Sprague Coolidge, American philanthropist, herself a trained pianist, who is remembered for her generous support of musicians and the world of music. Elizabeth Sprague was of a wealthy family that early encouraged her to study music.
In her youth she appeared on a few occasions as a. Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation Music Collection Article.
It happened one day that Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge, as a tourist in Washington, was invited by Dr. Putnam to join a group of the Library's division chiefs for their "roundtable" lunch.
As Mrs. Coolidge's contribution to this conversation centered on a recent festival and other musical affairs, she was approached about the possibility of bringing some music to the Library, which. Correspondence from the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation Collection,(bulk ) Music Division Library of Congress: referencedIn: Jacobo Ficher Collection,(bulk ).
Sheet Music & Books. Piano / Harpsichord / Harp. Keyboard / Electronic Organ. Recorder. Composition Award from the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation Washington for the string sextet (world première in Washington) World première of the Sinfonietta “La Jolla” in La Jolla, California and the Sinfonia concertante no.
Includes bibliographical references (pages ) and index Women as singers in Christian antiquity -- Music in an early community of women -- Life at a twelfth-century Benedictine convent -- Hildegard of Bingen: abbess and composer -- Three women troubadours -- Women among the minstrels and as amateur musicians -- The Renaissance lady -- Vocal and instrumental music Pages: In Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge () established the Coolidge Foundation at the Library of Congress through a generous gift that would ensure her support of contemporary music for generations to come.
An accomplished pianist and avid composer, Coolidge’s passion was chamber music. The generosity of two remarkable American women, Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge () and Gertrude Clarke Whittall (), was instrumental in the formation of the first special collections in music at the Library of Congress.
Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge was an ardent supporter of chamber music and, inestablished a foundation at. Coolidge established the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation at the library, resulting in hundreds of free public performances, many of which were broadcast nationally over radio equipment that.
Collection Summary. Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation Collection (bulk ) ML29 Coolidge, Elizabeth Sprague, 56, items containers linear feet Collection material in English Music Division Library of Congress.
Recorded in the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Auditorium of the Library of Congress on the Stradivari instruments of the Gertrude Clarke Whittall Foundation. Recorded and May 8, Add to Collection Add to Wantlist Remove from Wantlist.
Marketplace. Hermit Songs is a cycle of ten songs for voice and piano by Samuel n in on a grant from the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation, it takes as its basis a collection of anonymous poems written by Irish monks and scholars from the 8th to the 13th centuries, in translations by W.
Auden, Chester Kallman, Howard Mumford Jones, Kenneth H. Jackson. Transcript for “Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Speaks” In January—watch this space—the Music Division will announce plans for an exhilarating 90 th anniversary season.
As a tribute to Mrs. Coolidge’s remarkable vision, and to honor her passionate commitment to the creation of new music, Concerts from the Library of Congress will unveil eight major commissions, to be.
INTRODUCTION. Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge, born 30th OctoberChicago, Illinois — died 4th NovemberCambridge, Massachusetts, holds an esteemed position in the history of American founder of the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation at the Library of Congress, her gifts helped shape the Music Division of the Library of Congress and much of.
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WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Autograph musical scores in the Coolidge Foundation collection. Washington: U.S.G.P.O., (DLC.WASHINGTON, Oct. This evening saw the final concert of the chamber music festival of the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation.
Autograph musical scores in the Coolidge Foundation Collection. By Library of Congress. Music Division. and Library of Congress. Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Music.