ARTHUR FARWELL COLLECTION

Series 1: Music by Farwell

Box 1

Sub-series A: Vocal Solo

folder 1 C26. “Thou’rt like unto a tender flower.” For voice and piano.
Facsimile of published score (Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1901). 3 pp.
folder 2 C27. Early Songs without opus numbers. [Manuscript sketches and scores.]
“Meeting.” For voice and piano. Text by Johanna Ambrosius. Piano vocal score. Fair copy (ink, with annotations in pencil); dated [1907]. 3 pp.
folder 3 C27. Early Songs without opus numbers. [Published scores.]
“Blow Golden Trumpets.” Easter carol. For SATB chorus. Words by Margaret Deland. Published score (choral octavo) (Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1897). 2 pp. of music. Published under the pseudonym John Francis.
“The Message of the Lilies.” Easter carol. For SATB chorus. Words by Margaret Deland. Published score (choral octavo) (Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1897). 2 pp. of music. Published under the pseudonym John Francis.
“In a Rose Garden.” For voice and piano. Words by John Bennett. Published score (Oliver Ditson, 1895). 4 pp. of music.
“Strow Poppy Buds.” For low voice and piano in A. Words by A. Mary F. Robinson. Published score (Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1895). 2 pp. of music
“Strow Poppy Buds.” For high voice and piano in C. Words by A. Mary F. Robinson. Published score (Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1895). 2 pp. of music. Stamp on front cover: “Sample Copy with Our Compliments.”
“O Ships That Sail.” For voice and piano. Words by Mary F. Robinson. Published score (Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1897). 4 pp. of music.
“Silenced Are My Songs (Dahin).” For voice and piano. Words by Johanna Ambrosius. Translated by A. F. Published score (Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1898). 3 pp. of music. 2 copies.
“Invocation.” For voice and piano. Words by W. E. Henley. Published score (Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1898). 2 pp. of music.
“Meeting (Drücke mich an deine Brust).” For low voice and piano in A flat. Words by Johanna Ambrosius. Translated by A. F. Published score (Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1902). 3 pp. of music.
“Wenlock Town.” For voice and piano. Words by A. E. Hausman. Published score (Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1902). 3 pp. of music. 2 copies.
“Laddie Boy.” For voice and piano. Words by Mary T. Brown. Published score (Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1937). 2 pp. of music.
Accompanying oversized item (press clipping) separated; see Box 48, Folder 2.
folder 4 C28. Mädchenlieder, op. 2. Four folk songs for voice and piano. Words by Johanna Ambrosius.
Published score (Boston: H. B. Stevens Co., 1899). 10 pp. of music
folder 5 C29. Three Songs, op. 3. For medium voice and piano.
“Indian Serenade” (op. 3, no. 1). Words by Percy Bysshe Shelley. Published score (Boston: H. B. Stevens Co., 1899). 5 pp. of music.
“To be a Little Child Once More” (op. 3, no. 2). Words by Gertrude Hall. Facsimile of published score (Boston: H. B. Stevens Co., 1900). 3 pp. of music.
“Rosinella” (op. 3, no. 3). Words by A. Mary F. Robinson. Published score (Boston: H. B. Stevens Co., 1900). 3 pp. of music.
folder 6 C30. “County Guy.” For medium voice and piano. Words by Walter Scott.
Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 3 pp.
folder 7 C31. “Transfiguration,” op. 5. For mezzo-soprano and piano.
Score. Fair copy (ink, with annotations in pencil); dated 1899. 3 pp.
Revised score. Fair copy (ink); dated October 1899. 3 pp. Score torn; repaired with tape. Inscription on first page of score (in pencil): “For Beatrice Ayer.”
folder 8 C32. Two Songs for Medium Voice, op. 59a. [“On a Summer Morning.” Poem by Belle Willey Gue. “Wishing.” Poem by Thomas Hood.] For medium voice and piano.
Two Songs for Medium Voice. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1921. 4 pp. of music.
“Wishing.” Manuscript sketches (pencil); revised July 1941. 2 pp.
“Wishing.” Facsimile of fair copy of score. 2 pp. Accompanied by manuscript note. 1 p.
“On a Summer Morning.” Facsimile of fair copy of score. 2 pp.
folder 9 C33.Four Songs, Op. 14. For voice and piano. [Manuscript sketches.]
“A Ruined Garden.” Manuscript sketches (ink and pencil); undated. 2 pp.
folder 10 C33. Four Songs, Op. 14. For voice and piano. [Published scores.]
“A Ruined Garden.” Poem by Philip Bourke Marston. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1904). 7 pp. of music.
“Love’s Secret.” Poem by William Blake. In Wa-Wan Series of American Compositions: Three Songs. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1903). 13 pp.

  • Published with: Henry F. Gilbert, “The Lament of Deirdré”; Alfred E. Little, “I Look Into My Glass.”

“Lost Love (Verfehlte Liebe).” Words by Heinrich Heine. Published score (New York: Circle Publishing Company, June 1909). 2 pp. of music.
“Lost Love (Verfehlte Liebe).” Words by Heinrich Heine. English version by Charles Fleischer. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1929). 2 pp. of music.
“Requiescat.” Words by Katherine Ruth Heyman. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1904). 1 p. of music.

folder 11

C34. American Indian Melodies. Harmonized by Arthur Farwell for voice(s) and piano. [Manuscript sketches and scores; undated].

  • 1. “Look Up!” For voice and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink). 1 p.
  • 2. “Rallying Song in the Face of Death.” Harmonized for SATB voices and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink). 1 p. 2 copies.
  • 3.“Thunder Consecration Ceremony No. 1.” For SATB voices and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink). 2 pp. of music.
  • 4. “Thunder Consecration Ceremony No. 2.” For voice and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink). 1 p.
  • 5. “Thunder Consecration Ceremony No. 3.” For SATB voices and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink). 2 pp. of music.
  • 6. “Game Song (Omaha).” For voice and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink). 1 p.
  • 7. “Zonzimonde.” For voice and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink). 1 p.
  • 8. “Omaha Tribal Prayer.” Harmonized for SATB voices and piano. Score in A flat, accompanied by transposition of the piano accompaniment in G. Fair copy (ink). 2 pp.
  • 11.“Mi’kaçi.” For SATB voices and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink). 2 pp. of music.
  • 12. “We-Ton Song.” For SAA voices and piano. 2 pp. of music.
  • 15. “Victory Song.” For two voices and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink). 1 p.
  • 16. “Wate’grçtu.” For voice and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink). 2 pp. of music.
  • 18. “Second Game Song.” For voice and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink). 1 p. 2 copies.

“Thunder-Grandfather.” For voice and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink). 2 pp. of music. 2 copies. Copy 1 has annotations in pencil.
“Maya Song with Guitar.” Manuscript sketches (pencil and ink). 4 pp.
“An Acoma Song.” Manuscript sketches for voice and drum (pencil). 1 p.
Preservation photocopies of scores, nos. 1-8, 11-18 (reduced size). 30 pp.

folder 12 C35. Folk Songs of the West and South, op. 19. Negro spiritual. Harmonized by Arthur Farwell for medium voice and accompaniment. [Manuscript scores; undated.]
“Moanin’ Dove.” Piano vocal score. Fair copy (ink). 2 pp. of music.
“Moanin’ Dove.” For symphonic orchestra. Full score (incomplete). Fair copy (ink, with annotations in colored pencil). 9 pp. of music. Copy 2 (incomplete; consists of p. 1 of score only). 1 p.
“Moanin’ Dove.” Orchestrated by Benjamin [illegible]. For symphonic orchestra. Full score (incomplete). Fair copy (ink). 4 pp. of music.
folder 13 C35. Folk Songs of the West and South, op. 19. [Published scores.]
“Moanin’ Dove.” Photostat negative of published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1905). 2 pp.
“Moanin’ Dove.” Facsimile of published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1905). 2 pp. 2 copies.
Two Negro Spirituals [“Moanin’ Dove” and “De Rocks a’ Renderin’”]. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1905). 3 pp. of music.
“The Lone Prairee.” For voice and piano. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1905). 2 pp. of music. 2 copies.
Two Spanish-Californian Folk-Songs [“The Hours of Grief” and “The Black Face”]. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1905). 5 pp. of music.
“Bird Dance Song.” For voice and piano. Facsimile of published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1905). 1 p. Accompanied by manuscript note. 1 p.
folder 14 C36. “Drake’s Drum,” op. 22. For baritone and piano. Poem by Henry Newbolt.
Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1907). 7 pp. of music.
folder 15 C37. “The Sea of Sunset,” op. 26. For medium voice and piano. Poem by Emily Dickinson. [Manuscript sketches.]
Score. Fair copy (ink, with annotations in pencil and colored pencil); copyright 1919. 5 pp.
folder 16 C37. “The Sea of Sunset.” [Published score.]
Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1928). 5 pp. of music. 2 copies.
Facsimile of published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1928). 7 pp.
folder 17 C39. Three Indian Songs, op. 32. [Manuscript score and parts; undated.]
“The Old Man’s Love Song.” For SATB voices and piano. Score (piano accompaniment incomplete). Fair copy (ink). 3 pp. of music.
“The Old Man’s Love Song.” For symphony orchestra. Includes:

  • Full score. Fair copy (ink). 10 pp. of music.
  • Instrumental parts: 1st violin, 2nd violin, viola, cello, basso, flute, oboe, clarinet in A, 1st horn in F, 2nd horn in F, trumpet in B flat, trombone, kettle drums. Fair copies (ink). 14 pp.
    • On reverse of parts for cello, basso, flute, oboe, clarinet in A, 1st horn in F, 2nd horn in F, trumpet in B flat, trombone, and kettle drums: manuscript sketches (pencil). 10 pp.
  • Instrumental parts: 1st violin (5 copies), 2nd violin (4 copies), viola (2 copies), cello (2 copies), bass (2 copies), flutes, oboes, fagotti, 1st & 2nd horns in F, 3rd & 4th horns in F, 1st & 2nd trumpet in B flat, 1st & 2nd trombone, 3rd trombone, timpani, harp. Fair copies (ink). 33 pp.
folder 18 C39. Three Indian Songs, op. 32. For medium voice and piano. [Published score.]
“Song of the Deathless Voice.” Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1912). 4 pp. of music. Score trimmed.
“Inketunga’s Thunder Song.” Facsimile of published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1912). 3 pp.
folder 19 C40. “It Was a Long and a Tiresome Go.” For medium voice and piano.
Score. Fair copy (ink); copyright 1908. 1 p. of music. Accompanied by manuscript note. 1 p.
folder 20 C41. “Up on the Trail.” For voice and piano.
Score (text missing from vocal part). Fair copy (ink); undated. 1 p. of music.
folder 21 C42. “Wunct in My Saddle.” For voice.
On recto: Vocal part, with text. Fair copy (ink); undated. 1 p.
On verso: Manuscript sketches (ink). 1 p.
folder 22 C43. The Farewell, op. 33. For baritone and piano. Poem by Robert Burns.
Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1911). 7 pp. of music. 2 copies.
folder 23 C44. Sea Vision, op. 36. For high voice and piano. Poem by George Sterling.
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1912. 12 pp. of music.
Score. Fair copy (Ozalid manuscript). 12 pp.
folder 24 C46. Three Poems by Percy Bysshe Shelley, op. 43. For voice and piano. [Manuscript sketches and scores; undated.]
“Bridal Song” and “Daughter of Ocean.” Manuscript sketches (ink and pencil). 4 pp.
“Bridal Song.” Score. Fair copy (ink). 3 pp.
“Daughter of Ocean.” Score. Fair copy (ink, with annotations in pencil). 4 pp.
folder 25 C46. Three Poems by Percy Bysshe Shelley, op. 43. [Published score].
“Bridal Song.” For high voice and piano. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1927). 4 pp. of music. 2 copies.
“On a Faded Violet.” For medium or high voice and piano. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1927). 3 pp. of music.
“Daughter of Ocean.” For medium or high voice and piano. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1927). 5 pp. of music.
folder 26 C48. Four Songs for Community Singing, op. 51. For voice and piano.
“Our Country’s Prayer.” For high voice and piano in D. Poem by Carl Roppel. Published score (Cincinnati: John Church Co., 1919). 3 pp. of music.
“Our Country’s Prayer.” For low voice and piano in B flat. Poem by Carl Roppel. Published score (Cincinnati: John Church Co., 1919). 3 pp. of music.
folder 27 C49. Soldier, Soldier, op. 53. For baritone and piano. [Manuscript sketches and score; undated.]
Manuscript sketches (pencil, with annotations in ink). 16 pp. of music.
Score. Fair copy (ink). 13 sheets.
folder 28 C49. Soldier, Soldier, op. 53. For baritone and piano. [Published score.]
Published score (Cincinnati: John Church Co., 1920). 24 pp. of music.
Facsimile of published score (Cincinnati: John Church Co., 1920). 24 pp. Accompanied by manuscript note. 1 p.
folder 29 C50. “Up and Away!” For voice(s) and piano. Poem by H. C. Nutting.
Score. Fair copy (ink); undated [probably ca. 1918-19]. 2 pp. of music.
folder 30 C51. Three Songs, op. 54. For voice and piano.
“Love’s Cathedral.” Poem by James Grun. Published score (Cincinnati: John Church Co., 1920). 4 pp. of music.
“The Wild Flower’s Song.” Poem by William Blake. Published score (Cincinnati: John Church Co., 1920). 4 pp. of music.
“Cold on the Plantation.” Poem by Frank L. Stanton. Published score (Cincinnati: John Church Co., 1920). 3 pp. of music.
folder 31 C52. Three Songs for Soprano, op. 56. [Manuscript scores.]
“Passion of Sunrise.” Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 3 pp. of music.
“By Golden Streams.” Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1902 or 1903. 2 pp. of music. 2 copies.
folder 32 C52. Three Songs for Soprano, op. 56. [Published score.]
“Passion of Sunrise.” Published score (Cincinnati: John Church Co., 1929). 3 pp. of music.
folder 33 C54. Spanish Songs of Old California, op. 59.
Published volume (Los Angeles, CA: Chas. F. Lummis, 1923). 35 pp. Includes annotations in pencil by Arthur Farwell.
Published volume (New York: G. Schirmer, 1929). 31 pp.
folder 34 C55. “Song of the Holy Virgin,” op. 60. For contralto and piano. Words by Maurice Maeterlink.
Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 1 p.
folder 35 C56. “Sonnet to a City,” op. 64. For voice and piano. Poem by Celeste Turner.
Manuscript sketches (pencil); undated. 2 pp.
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated August 1922. 4 pp.
folder 36 C57. “Petal Lips.” For medium voice and piano. Poem by Rosalyn Martin.
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1922. 4 pp. 2 copies.
folder 37 C58. Two Poems by Emily Dickinson, op. 66. For voice and piano. [Manuscript sketches.]
“I Shall Know Why.” Manuscript sketches (pencil); dated July 7, 1923. 3 pp.
“Resurgam.” Manuscript sketches (pencil); dated December 31, 1922. 2 pp.
folder 38 C58. Two Poems by Emily Dickinson, op. 66. [Published score.]
“I Shall Know Why,” op. 66, no. 1. For medium voice and piano. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1926). 3 pp. of music. 2 copies.
“Resurgam,” op. 66, no. 2. For medium of high voice and piano. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1926). 3 pp. of music. Missing front cover of score.
folder 39 C59. Three Songs for Medium Voice, op. 69. For voice and piano.
“The Ravens Are Singing,” op. 69, no. 1. For medium or low voice and piano. Words by Charles O. Roos. Published as No. 2 of Two Indian Poems (New York: G. Schirmer, 1929). 5 pp. of music. 2 copies. Copies 3-4 (facsimiles of published score). 12 pp.
“A Dawn Song,” op. 69, no. 2. For medium voice and piano. Words by Charles O. Roos. Published as No. 1 of Two Indian Poems (New York: G. Schirmer, 1929). 5 pp. of music. 4 copies. Copies 5-6 (facsimiles of published score). 12 pp.
“Dark Her Lodge Door,” op. 69, no. 3. For voice and piano. Words by Charles O. Roos. Published score (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., 1927). 5 pp. of music. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile).
folder 40 C60. Two Shelley Songs, op. 72. For voice and accompaniment. [Manuscript scores.]
“Song of Proserpine,” op. 72, no. 1. For voice and piano. Manuscript sketches (pencil); dated April 1926. 2 pp.
“Song of Proserpine,” op. 72, no. 1. For voice and orchestra. Full score. Fair copy (ink, with annotations in colored pencil); undated. 7 pp.
“To Night,” op. 72, no. 2. For voice and piano. Manuscript sketches (pencil). 4 pp. Annotation on last page of score: “Written very [illegible] about 1895; Copy lost about 1900; Rewritten from memory April 7, 1926.”
“To Night,” op. 72, no. 2. For voice and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 5 pp. 2 copies.
  C60. Two Shelley Songs, op. 72. [Published scores.]
“Song of Proserpine,” op. 72, no. 1. For low voice and piano. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1943. 3 pp. of music. 2 copies.
“Song of Proserpine,” op. 72, no. 1. For high voice and piano. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1943. 3 pp. of music.

Box 2

folder 1 C61. Two Emily Dickinson Poems, op. 73. For voice and piano. [Manuscript sketches and scores.]
“Summer Shower,” op. 73, no. 1. For voice and piano. Manuscript sketches (pencil); dated April 1926. 4 pp.
“Summer Shower,” op. 73, no. 1. For voice and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 4 pp.
“Mine,” op. 73, no. 2. For voice and piano. Manuscript sketches (pencil); dated April 1926. 2 pp. of music.
“Mine,” op. 73, no. 2. For voice and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 3 pp.
Also in folder: typescript citation for texts used in songs. 1 p.
folder 2 C61. Two Emily Dickinson Poems, op. 73. [Published scores.]
“Mine,” op. 73, no. 2. For high voice and piano. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1928). 2 pp. of music. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile). 2 pp.
“Summer Shower,” op. 73, no. 1. For medium or high voice and piano. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1928). 4 pp. of music. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile). 4 pp.
folder 3 C62. Three Desert Songs, op. 74. For voice and piano. Text by James Sheridan.
“The Desert.” Manuscript sketches (pencil); dated 1927. 4 pp.
“The Desert Flower.” Manuscript sketches (pencil); [dated 1927]. 2 pp.
“The Rain Cloud.” Manuscript sketches (pencil); dated July 16, 1927. 3 pp.
folder 4 C63. Four Children’s Songs, op. 75. For voice and piano. [Manuscript scores.]
“The Faries,” op. 75, no. 1. Poem by William Allingham. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1927. 4 pp. 2 copies.
“Day’s End,” op. 75, no. 2. Poem by Henry Newbolt. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1927. 1 p. 2 copies.
“Calico Pie,” op. 75, no. 3. Poem by Edward Lear. Manuscript sketches (pencil, with annotation in ink); dated 1927. 1 p.
“Afternoon on a Hill,” op. 75, no. 4. Poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1927. 3 pp.
folder 5 C63. Four Children’s Songs, op. 75. [Published score.]
“Afternoon on a Hill,” op. 75, no. 4. Poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay. Published score (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., 1945). 2 pp. of music.
folder 6 C64. Two Songs on Poems by William Blake, op. 88. For voice(s) and piano. [Manuscript sketches and scores.]
“The Lamb.” For voice and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated “Summer of 1930.” 2 pp. of music.
“The Lamb.” For SATB quartet or chorus with accompaniment or a cappella. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1930. 2 pp. of music.
“A Cradle Song.” For voice and piano. Manuscript sketches (pencil); dated August 1931. 4 pp.
folder 7 C64. Two Songs on Poems by William Blake, op. 88. [Published scores.]
“The Lamb,” op. 88, no. 1. For medium voice and piano. Published score (East Lansing, MI: Arthur Farwell, 1935). 2 pp. of music. 3 copies.
“A Cradle Song,” op. 88, no. 2. For medium voice and piano. Published score (East Lansing, MI: Arthur Farwell, 1936). 6 pp. of music. 2 copies.
folder 8 C65. Invocation to the Sun God, op. 89. For baritone voice and piano. Poem by Charles O. Roos.
Manuscript sketches (pencil); dated August 8, 1930. 4 pp.
Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 5 pp. 2 copies. Annotation on copy 2, p. 1: “obsolete.”
folder 9 C66. “Arbutus.” For voice and piano. Words by William Carlton.
Manuscript sketches (pencil); dated October 3, 1930. 2 pp. Accompanied by manuscript note (ink). 1 p.
folder 10 C67. “Grace.” For voice and piano.
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated December 2, 1931. 1 p.
folder 11 C68. “The Tyger,” op. 98. For voice and piano.
Manuscript sketches (pencil); undated. 5 pp.
Score. Fair copy (ink, with annotations in pencil); dated 1934. 7 pp.
folder 12 C69. D. K. E. Waltz. Music by Lewis S. Thompson. Arranged for medium voice and piano. Words by Burges Johnson.
Draft of score (pencil and ink); undated. 2 pp. of music.
Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 2 pp.
Accompanying document (correspondence between Arthur Farwell and Thornton W. Allen Co., publisher) separated; see Box 32, Folder 7.
folder 13 C70. Fog from the Pacific, op. 99. For voice and piano.
Manuscript sketches (pencil); dated April 27, 1935. 4 pp.
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated April 27, 1935. 4 pp.
folder 14 C71. The Hound of Heaven, op. 100. For voice and piano or orchestra. Poem by Francis Thompson.
Draft of piano vocal score (pencil); dated Easter 1935. 36 pp.
Manuscript sketches (additions or corrections to score) (pencil and colored pencil); undated. 3 pp.
Piano vocal score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1935. 43 pp. of music.
folder 15 C72. Four Emily Dickinson Songs, op. 101. For voice and piano.
“Savior,” op. 101, no. 1; “Unto Me,” op. 101, no. 2. Draft of score (pencil); dated September 27, 1936. 3 pp. of music.
“Savior,” op. 101, no. 1. Includes (3 items):

  • Fair copy (ink); dated September 27, 1936. 2 pp. of music.
  • Ozalid manuscript; undated. 2 pp. 3 copies. Copy 3 incomplete, consists of p. 1 of score only.
  • Manuscript facsimile. 2 pp.

“Unto Me,” op. 101, no. 2. Includes (2 items):

  • Ozalid manuscript; undated. 2 pp.
  • Manuscript facsimile. 2 pp.

“As If the Sea,” op. 101, no. 3. Includes (3 items):

  • Draft of score (pencil); dated September 28, 1936. 2 pp.
  • Fair copy (ink); dated September 28, 1936. 3 pp.
  • Ozalid manuscript; undated. 3 pp.

“Good Morning, Midnight,” op. 101, no. 4. Includes (3 items):

  • Draft of score (pencil); dated October 15, 1936. 2 pp.
  • Ozalid manuscript; undated. 2 pp.
  • Manuscript facsimile; undated. 2 pp.
folder 16 C73. Twelve Emily Dickinson Songs, op. 105. For voice and piano.
“How the Sun Rose,” op. 105, no. 1. Includes (3 items):

  • Draft of score (pencil); dated July 2, 1938. 2 pp.
  • Fair copy (ink); dated July 2, 1938. 2 pp. of music.
  • Ozalid manuscript; undated. 2 pp. Title on score: “I’ll Tell You How the Sun Rose.”

“Safe in Their Alabaster Chambers,” op. 105, no. 2. Includes (2 items):

  • Draft of score (pencil); dated November 16, 1938. 2 pp. of music.
  • Ozalid manuscript; undated. 3 pp.

“The Sabbath,” op. 105, no. 3. Includes (2 items):

  • Draft of score (pencil); dated November 5, 1938. 2 pp.
  • Ozalid manuscript; undated. 3 pp.

“These Saw Vision,” op. 105, no. 4. Includes (4 items):

  • Fair copy (ink); dated October 21, 1938. 3 copies.
  • Facsimile of published score (New York: Galaxy Music Corporation, 1944). 3 pp.

“I Never Saw a Moor,” op. 105, no. 5. Includes (3 items):

  • Draft of score (pencil); dated December 3, 1938. 1 p.
  • Fair copy (ink); dated December 3, 1938. 2 pp. of music.
  • Ozalid manuscript; undated. 2 pp.

“The Little Tippler,” op. 105, no. 6. Includes (2 items):

  • Draft of score (pencil); dated July 4, 1938. 2 pp.
  • Ozalid manuscript; undated. 3 pp.

“Aristocracy,” op. 105, no. 7. Includes (4 items):

  • Draft of score (pencil); dated November 5, 1938. 2 pp.
  • Fair copy (ink); dated November 5, 1938. 1 p. of music. 2 copies.
  • Ozalid manuscript; undated. 1 p.

“The Test,” op. 105, no. 8. Includes (2 items):

  • Draft of score (pencil); dated June 28, 1938. 2 pp.
  • Ozalid manuscript; undated. 3 pp.

“Summer’s Armies,” op. 105, no. 9. Includes (2 items):

  • Draft of score (pencil); dated November 6, 1938. 4 pp.
  • Fair copy (ink); dated November 6, 1938. 7 pp.

“The Level Bee,” op. 105, no. 10. Includes (2 items):

  • Draft of score (pencil); dated “Fall of 1940.” 3 pp.
  • Fair copy (ink); dated October 1, 1940. 4 pp. of music.

“With a Flower,” op. 105, no. 11.

  • Draft of score (pencil); undated. 2 pp.
  • Fair copy (ink); dated September 22, 1940. 2 pp. of music.

“Presentiment,” op. 105, no. 12. Includes (2 items):

  • Fair copy (ink); dated April 8, 1941. 1 p. of music.
  • Ozalid manuscript; undated. 1 p.
folder 17 C74. Four Emily Dickinson Songs, op. 107. For voice and piano.
“On This Long Storm,” op. 107, no. 1; “Tie the Strings to My Life,” op. 107, no. 2. Draft of score (pencil); dated April 17 and 23, 1941. 4 pp.
“On This Long Storm,” op. 107, no. 1. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 2 pp. of music.
“Tie the Strings to My Life,” op. 107, no. 2. Includes (3 items):

  • Manuscript sketches (pencil); undated. 2 pp. Title on sketches: “Revise of last part of ‘Tie the Strings to My Life.’”
  • Fair copy (ink); dated April 23, 1941. 4 pp. of music. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile).

“On This Wondrous Sea,” op. 107, no. 3. Includes (3 items):

  • Draft of score (pencil); undated. 3 pp.
  • Fair copy (ink); dated 1943. 3 pp.
  • Ozalid manuscript; undated. 3 pp.

“Blazing in Gold,” op. 107, no. 4. Includes (2 items):

  • Draft of score (pencil); sketch dated April 16, 1941; finished May 22, 1944. 2 pp. On reverse: manuscript sketches for “On This Wondrous Sea” and “Presentiment,” op. 105, no. 12. Pencil. 2 pp.
  • Fair copy (ink, with annotations in pencil); dated May 22, 1944. 3 pp.
folder 18 C75. “God of Battles.” For voice and piano. Words by George S. Patton, Jr.
Text of poem, from Woman’s Home Companion (before November 11, 1943), mounted on paper. 1 p.
Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 4 pp. of music.
folder 19 C76. Ten Emily Dickinson Songs, op. 108. For voice and piano.
“Heart, We Will Forget Him,” op. 108, no. 1. Includes (3 items):

  • Fair copy (ink); undated. 2 pp.
  • Ozalid manuscript; undated. 1 p. 2 copies.

“The Butterfly,” op. 108, no. 2. Includes (1 item):

  • Fair copy (ink); dated July 23, 1944. 2 pp. of music.

“I Never Felt at Home Below,” op. 108, no. 3. Includes (2 items):

  • Draft of score (pencil); dated June 27, 1944. 4 pp.
  • Fair copy (ink); undated. 3 pp.

“And I’m a Rose!” op. 108, no. 4. Includes (2 items):

  • Fair copy (ink); undated. 1 p.
  • Ozalid manuscript; undated. 1 p.

“The Sea Said, ‘Come’ to the Brook,” op. 108, no. 5. Includes (2 items):

  • Fair copy (ink); dated July 21, 1944. 2 pp. of music. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile). 2 pp.

“We Should Not Mind so Small a Flower,” op. 108, no. 6; “And I’m a Rose! op. 108, no. 4.

  • Drafts of scores (pencil); dated July 24 and 26, 1944. 3 pp.

“We Should Not Mind so Small a Flower,” op. 108, no. 6. Includes (3 items):

  • Fair copy (ink); dated July 24, 1944. 2 pp. of music.
  • Ozalid manuscript; undated. 2 pp.

“Ample Make This Bed,” op. 108, no. 7. Includes (2 items):

  • Draft of score (pencil); dated July 24, 1944. 2 pp.
  • Fair copy (ink); dated July 24, 1944. 1 p.

“I’m Nobody, Who Are You?” op. 108, no. 8. Includes (3 items):

  • Draft of score (pencil); dated September 21, 1944. 2 pp.
  • Fair copy (ink); dated September 1, 1944. 2 pp. of music. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile). 2 pp.

“Papa Above!” op. 108, no. 9. Includes (2 items):

  • Draft of score (pencil); dated September 1944. 2 pp.
  • Fair copy (ink); undated. 3 pp. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile). 3 pp.

“Dropped Into the Ether Acre,” op. 108, no. 10.

  • Draft of score (pencil); dated October 20, 1944. 2 pp.
  • Fair copy (ink); dated October 20, 1944. 2 pp. of music.
folder 20 C77. Three Patriotic Songs. For medium voice and piano.
“We Want Straight Talk.” Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 2 pp. of music.
“Lend a Hand.” Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 3 pp.
“Let’s Go!” Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 3 pp.
folder 21 C78. “A Soldier’s Explanation.” For voice and piano.
Score. Ozalid manuscript; undated. 5 pp.
Score. Fair copy (manuscript facsimile); undated. 5 pp. 2 copies. Copy 2 bound.
folder 22 C80. Five Agnes M. Stanko Songs. For voice and piano. [Manuscript drafts.]
“Mother in Paradise.” Draft of score (pencil and colored pencil); undated. 3 pp.
“Light in the Darkness.” Draft of score (pencil); dated Christmas 1944. 2 pp. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile). 2 pp.
folder 23 C80. Five Agnes M. Stanko Songs. For voice and piano. [Manuscript facsimile.]
“Millions of Souls.” For SATB chorus and piano. Score. Manuscript facsimile. 5 pp.
“Millions of Souls.” For voice and piano. Score. Manuscript facsimile. 2 pp. of music. Score reproduced and bound by Independent Music Publishers.
“Soldiers Are Calling.” For voice and piano. Score. Manuscript facsimile. 3 pp. of music. Score reproduced and bound by Independent Music Publishers.
“Sun Song.” For voice and piano. Score. Manuscript facsimile. 3 pp. of music. Score reproduced and bound by Independent Music Publishers.
folder 24 C81. “The Mouse Whose Name Is Time.” For voice and piano. Words by Robert Francis.
Text of poem, from Sunday Times (August 27, 1944). 1 p.
Draft of score (pencil); dated September 6, 1944. 3 pp.
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated September 1948. 3 pp.
folder 25 C82. Three Emily Dickinson Songs, op. 112. For voice and piano.
“Wild Nights! Wild Nights!” op. 112, no. 1. Includes (4 items):

  • Text of poem. Pencil. 1 p.
  • Manuscript sketches (pencil); undated. 2 pp.
  • Draft of score (pencil); dated February 16, 1949. 2 pp.
  • Facsimile of fair copy; undated. 2 pp.

“The Grass so Little Has to Do,” op. 112, no. 2. Includes (2 items):

  • Draft of score (pencil); dated February 19, 1946. 2 pp.
  • Ozalid manuscript; undated. 2 pp.

“An Awful Tempest Mashed the Air.”

  • Draft of score (pencil); dated February 11, 1949. 3 pp.
  • Facsimile of fair copy; undated. 3 pp.
folder 26 C83. “I Had No Time to Hate.” For medium voice and piano. Text by Emily Dickinson.
Text of poem (version used by Arthur Farwell in song setting). Typescript. 1 p.
Draft of score (pencil); dated October 2, 1949. 1 p. Copies 2-5 (duplicate facsimiles). 4 pp.
folder 27 C84. “After All!” For voice and piano.
Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 4 pp.
4 “After all!” MS fair copy.
folder 28 C85. “Priestess Rose.” For voice and piano. Text by Betty Richardson.
Draft of score (pencil); undated. 2 pp. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile). 2 pp.
folder 29 C89. The Hound of Heaven, op. 100. For narrator, high baritone, and SSA chorus with orchestra. Poem by Francis Thompson. [Ozalid manuscript.]
Full score (incomplete; consists of pp. 1-40 only). Ozalid manuscript; undated. 40 pp.
folder 30 C89. The Hound of Heaven, op. 100. For narrator, high baritone, and SSA chorus with orchestra. Poem by Francis Thompson. [Manuscript facsimile.]
Full score (incomplete; consists of pp. 1-40 only). Manuscript facsimile, bound; undated. 40 pp.

Sub-series B: Piano Music

folder 31 C90. “Regrets.” For solo piano.
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated July 5, 1893. 1 p. Annotation on score: “First composition of Arthur Farwell, original draft.”
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated July 5, 1893. 2 pp. of music. Annotation on first page of score: “Sort of attempted revise–made long, long ago.”
folder 32 C91. Tone Pictures After Pastels in Prose, op. 7. For solo piano.
Published score (Boston: F. H. Gilson Co. [Privately Printed], 1895). 21 sheets.
folder 33 C92. Northern Song. For solo piano.
Facsimile of published score (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., 1897). 3 pp.
folder 34 C93. Romance. For solo piano.
Published score (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., 1897). 4 pp. of music. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile). 5 pp.
folder 35 C94. Sonata, op. 6. For solo piano.
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1899. 10 pp. Annotation on first page of score: “unfinished.”
Draft of p. 3 of score. Fair copy (ink, crossed out in colored pencil); undated. 1 p.
folder 36 C95. Owasco Memories, op. 8. For solo piano.
Facsimile of published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1907). 11 pp.
folder 37 C96. American Indian Melodies, op. 11. Harmonized by Arthur Farwell. For solo piano.
Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1901). 29 pp. Inscription on title page of score.
Published score, edited by Maurice Hinson (Chapel Hill, NC: Hinshaw Music, 1977). 19 pp.
folder 38 C97. Symbolistic Study No. 1, [“Toward the Dream,” op. 16]. For solo piano.
Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1904). 7 pp. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile). 7 pp.
folder 39 C98. Dawn, op. 12. Fantasy for piano on two Indian themes.
Arranged by John Kirkpatrick. Score. Manuscript facsimile; dated 1901. 3 pp.
folder 40 C98. Dawn, op. 12. For solo piano.
Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1902), with annotations in pencil and colored pencil. 7 pp. Accompanied by manuscript note: “AF used this copy to prepare orchestral version.”Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1912); published as No. 2 in Three Compositions for Piano by Arthur Farwell. 7 pp. 2 copies.
folder 41 C99. Ichibuzzhi, op. 13. For solo piano.
Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1902). 7 pp.
folder 42 C100. The Domain of Hurakan, [op. 15]. For solo piano.
Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1902). 17 pp. 2 copies. Copy 1 has inscription on front cover (“Robert Goldman from Arthur Farwell, Jan. ‘48”).

Box 3

folder 1 C101. Navajo War Dance No. 2, op. 29. For solo piano. [Manuscript sketches and scores.]
Manuscript sketches (pencil); undated. 1 p.
Score. Fair copy (ink, with annotations in pencil and colored pencil); dated 1904. 8 pp.
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1908. 10 pp. Annotation on first page of score (“Original manuscript for the Schroeder Foundation from Arthur Farwell, 1949).
folder 2 C101. Navajo War Dance No. 2, op. 29. [Publisher’s transparencies.]
Score. Publisher’s transparencies (Music Press Inc., 1947). 8 pp.
folder 3 C102. Symbolistic Study No. 2, “Perhilion,” op. 17. For solo piano.
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1904. 4 pp. of music.
Score (different version). Fair copy (ink); undated. 7 pp. Copy 2 (facsimile, on transparencies). 7 pp
folder 4 C103. From Mesa and Plain, op. 20. For solo piano. [Manuscript facsimile.]
“Pawnee Horses,” op. 20, no. 2. Score. Manuscript facsimile; undated. 1 p.
folder 5 C103. From Mesa and Plain, op. 20. For solo piano. [Published scores.]
Piano Music by American Composers Presented by Jeanne Behrend, Pianist. Facsimile of liner notes (Musical Masterpiece Series, RCA, M-764). 6 pp.
“Navajo War Dance,” op. 20, no. 1. Includes (4 copies):

  • Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1905). 3 pp. of music.
  • [Revised version.] Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1905). 5 pp. of music.
  • [Revised version.] Published score (New York: G, Schirmer, 1912. Published as no. 3 in Three Compositions for Piano by Arthur Farwell. 5 pp. of music. 2 copies.

“Prairie Miniature,” op. 20, no. 2. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1905). 2 pp. of music.
“Plantation Melody,” op. 20, no. 3. Facsimile of published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1905). 1 p.
“Wa-Wan Choral,” op. 20, no. 4. Facsimile of published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1905). 2 pp.
“Pawnee Horses,” op. 20, no. 5. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1944). 2 pp. of music. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile). 2 pp.

folder 6 C104. Impressions of the Wa-Wan Ceremony of the Omahas, op. 21. For solo piano.
Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1906). 17 pp. of music.
folder 7 C106. Symbolistic Study No. 4, “Wa-Wan,” op. 24. For solo piano.
Manuscript sketches (ink and pencil); dated 1906. 7 pp.
folder 8 C107. The Distant Warrior. For solo piano.
Facsimile of published score from The Circle (1909). 3 pp.
folder 9 C108. Fugue Fantasy, op. 44. For solo piano.
Score. Manuscript facsimile; undated. 9 pp. 2 copies. Title on score: Indian Fugue-Fantasie on an Omaha Theme.
folder 10 C109. Two Poems for Pianoforte, op. 45. For solo piano. [Manuscript scores.]
“Treasured Deeps,” op. 45, no. 1. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1914. 3 pp. Copy 2. 4 pp.
“Flame-Voiced Night,” op. 45, no. 2. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1915. 10 pp. Copy 2 has annotations in pencil. 11 pp.
folder 11 C109. Two Poems for Pianoforte, op. 45. [Published scores.]
“Treasured Deeps,” op. 45, no. 1. Published score (New York: Carl Fischer, 1923). 5 pp. of music.
“Flame-Voiced Night,” op. 45, no. 2. Published score (New York: Carl Fischer, 1923). 15 pp. of music.
folder 12 C110. Laughing Piece. For solo piano.
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1914 (revised 1940). 4 pp. Copy 2 (facsimile, on transparencies). 4 pp.
folder 13 C111. Modal Inventions, op. 68. For solo piano.
Draft of score (pencil); dated 1923. 8 pp.
Score, including alternative ending. Fair copy (ink, with annotations in pencil); dated 1923. 9 pp. Copy 2 (facsimile, on transparencies). 9 pp.
Excerpts from score, including p. 8 and alternative ending. Manuscript facsimile, with annotations in ink (p. 8 consists of mirror image of score). 2 pp.
folder 14 C112. Americana, op. 78. For solo piano. [Manuscript sketches and scores.]
“Rarin’ to Go,” op. 78, no. 1. Includes (3 items):

  • Typescript song text, with commentary. 1 p.
  • Draft of score (pencil); undated. 5 pp.
  • Fair copy (ink); dated 1927 (revises 1938). 8 pp.

“Plantation Plaint,” op. 78, no. 2. Includes (2 items):

  • Draft of score (pencil); dated April 1928. 6 pp.
  • Fair copy (ink); undated. 6 pp. 2 copies. Copy 1 has annotations in pencil and ink.

“Sourwood Mountain,” op. 78, no. 3. Draft of score (pencil); dated 1927. 7 sheets.
“Things I Used to Do.” Facsimile of song from Carl Sandburg, An American Songbook, p. 482. 1 p.

folder 15 C112. Americana, op. 78. For solo piano. [Published scores.]
“Plantation Plaint,” op. 78, no. 2. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1944). 3 pp. of music. 2 copies.
“Sourwood Mountain,” op. 78, no. 3. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1930). 7 pp. of music. Affixed to inside front cover of score: press clipping (image of Lester Rondell’s “Assignment” drawing juxtaposed with photograph by Richard W. Fagan); undated. 1 p.
folder 16 C113. Melody in E Minor, op. 77. For solo piano.
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1928. 4 pp.
folder 17 C114. Dream Flower, op. 79. For solo piano. [Manuscript score.]
Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 2 pp. of music.
folder 18 C114. Dream Flower, op. 79. [Published score.]
Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1941). 2 pp. of music.
folder 19 C115. Two Poems for Pianoforte, op. 82.
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1929. 16 pp. of music.
“Lyric Tides,” op. 82, no. 1. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 8 pp. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile, on transparencies). 8 pp.
“Thwarted Current,” op. 82, no. 2. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated August 11, 1929. 8 pp. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile, on transparencies). 8 pp.
folder 20 C117. What’s In an Octave? op. 84. For solo piano.
Draft of score (pencil); dated April 4, 1930. 7 pp.
Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 8 pp.
Score. Fair copy (printed on transparencies); undated. 11 pp.
folder 21 C118. In the Tetons, Suite, op. 86. For solo piano. [Manuscript sketches and scores.]
“Lonely Camp Fire,” op. 86, no. 2. Manuscript sketches (pencil); dated July 23, 1930. 2 pp.
“Arduous Trail,” op. 86, no. 3. Manuscript sketches (pencil); undated. 2 pp.
“Wild Flower,” op. 86, no. 4. Includes (3 items):

  • Manuscript sketches (pencil); dated August 7, 1930. 2 pp.
  • Draft of score (pencil); dated February 21, 1942. 1 p.
  • Fair copy (ink); dated 1930. 3 pp.

“The Peaks at Night,” op. 86, no. 5. Manuscript sketches (pencil); undated. 3 pp.
“Wind Play,” op. 86, no. 6. Manuscript sketches (pencil); dated 1930. 2 pp.
“Northern Lights,” op. 86, no. 7. Manuscript sketches (pencil); dated July 1930. 2 pp.
“Big Country,” op. 86, no. 8. Includes (2 items):

  • Manuscript sketches (pencil); dated August 2, 1930. 4 pp.
  • Fair copy (ink); undated. 11 pp.

Full suite score [Granite and Ice; Lonely Camp Fire; Arduous Trail; Wild Flower; The Peaks at Night]. Fair copy (printed on transparencies); undated. 34 pp.

folder 22 C118. In the Tetons, Suite, op. 86. [Published score.]
“Purple Lupine,” op. 86 [version of “Wild Flower”]. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1941). 2 pp. of music. 2 copies. Copy 1 has inscription on front cover (“For my dear Beatrice from Dad, Christmas 1941”).
folder 23 C119. Vale of Enitharmon, op. 91. For solo piano. [Manuscript sketches and scores.]
Manuscript sketches (pencil); undated. 5 sheets.
Score. Fair copy (ink, with annotations in pencil); undated. 4 pp.
folder 24 C119. Vale of Enitharmon, op. 91. [Published score.]
Published score (East Lansing, MI: Arthur Farwell, 1935). 8 pp. of music. 4 copies.
Facsimile of published score, printed on transparencies (East Lansing, MI: Arthur Farwell, 1935). 10 pp.
folder 25 C120. Two Compositions for Piano, op. 93.
“Fire Principle,” op. 93, no. 2. Manuscript sketches (pencil and ink). 3 pp.
Score. Fair copy (ink, with annotations in pencil); dated 1932. 6 pp. of music. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile, printed on transparencies). 6 pp.
folder 26 C121. Four Meditations, op. 97. For solo piano.
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1934. 7 pp. of music. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile, printed on transparencies). 7 pp.
folder 27 C122. Altar Gift. For solo piano.
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1928-37. 2 pp. of music.
folder 28 C123. Prelude and Fugue, op. 94. For solo piano.
Prelude. Draft of score (pencil); dated October 7, 1936. 2 pp. Title on draft: “Prelude and Fugue.”
Fugue. Draft of score (pencil); dated May 1931. 2 pp.
Score. Fair copy (ink, with annotations in pencil and colored pencil); dated 1931 and 1936. 4 sheets. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile, printed on transparencies). 7 pp.
folder 29 C124. Two Tone-Pictures for Piano, op. 104.
“Pastel,” op. 104, no. 1. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1936. 6 pp. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile, printed on transparencies). 6 pp.
“Marine,” op. 104, no. 2. Manuscript sketches (pencil); undated. 5 pp.
“Marine,” op. 104, no. 2. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated October 5, 1937. 6 pp. of music. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile, printed on transparencies). 7 pp.
folder 30 C125. Line Study. For solo piano.
Score. Fair copy (ink, with performance markings in pencil); dated November 1939. 2 pp. of music.
folder 31 C126. Happy Moment. For solo piano.
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1939-40. 3 pp.
folder 32 C127. Pastorale. For solo piano.
Draft of score (pencil); dated December 14, 1940. 4 pp.
folder 33 C128. Two Little Poems for Piano, op. 106. [Manuscript score.]
“Strange Dream,” op. 106, no. 2. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1942. 2 pp. of music.
folder 34 C128. Two Little Poems for Piano, op. 106. [Published score.]
“Girl Singing,” op. 106, no. 1. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1944). 3 pp. of music.
folder 35 C129. For Cynthia. For solo piano.
Draft of score (pencil); dated February 20, 1942. 2 pp.
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated February 20, 1942. 3 pp.
folder 36 C130. Polytonal Studies, op. 109. For solo piano. [Manuscript sketches.]
Manuscript sketches (pencil, colored pencil, and ink); undated. 48 sheets.
folder 37 C130. Polytonal Studies, op. 109. [Manuscript fair copies, Nos. 1-7.]
“Location of Polytonal Studies.” Table (ink and pencil); undated. 1 p.
“Master Sheets of Polytonal Studies.” Table (ink and pencil); undated. 1 p.
No. 1. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated February 2, 1942. 3 pp.
No. 1. Score. Ozalid manuscript; undated. 3 pp.
No. 2. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated May 29, 1940. 3 pp.
No. 3. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated April 28, 1945. 5 pp.
No. 4. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated May 31, 1940. 3 pp.
No. 5. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated March 19, 1941. 2 pp. of music.
No. 6. Score. Ozalid manuscript; undated. 6 pp.
No. 7. Score. Ozalid manuscript; undated. 4 pp.
folder 38 C130. Polytonal Studies, op. 109. [Manuscript fair copies, Nos. 8-14.]
No. 8. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated May 30, 1940. 4 pp. of music. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile, printed on transparencies). 4 pp.
No. 9. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 4 pp. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile, printed on transparencies). 4 pp.
No. 10. Score. Ozalid manuscript; undated. 4 pp.
No. 11. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated February 11, 1942. 4 pp. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile, printed on transparencies). 4 pp.
No. 12. Score. Ozalid manuscript; undated. 3 pp.
No. 13. Score. Ozalid manuscript; undated. 3 pp.
No. 14. Score. Ozalid manuscript; undated. 3 pp.

Box 4

folder 1 C130. Polytonal Studies, op. 109. [Manuscript fair copies, Nos. 15-21.]
No. 15. Score. Manuscript facsimile; undated. 5 pp. of music.
No. 15. Score. Ozalid manuscript; undated. 5 pp.
No. 16. Score. Ozalid manuscript; undated. 3 pp.
No. 17. Score. Ozalid manuscript; undated. 4 pp.
No. 18. Score. Ozalid manuscript; undated. 4 pp.
No. 19. Score. Ozalid manuscript; undated. 2 pp.
No. 20. Score. Ozalid manuscript; undated. 6 pp.
No. 21. Score. Ozalid manuscript; undated. 4 pp.
folder 2 C130. Polytonal Studies, op. 109. [Manuscript fair copies, Nos. 26, 34.]
No. 26. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated June 10, 1940. 3 pp. Copy 2 (duplicate
facsimile, printed on transparencies). 3 pp.
No. 34. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated July 21, 1940. 3 pp.
folder 3 C131. Melody in D Minor. For solo piano.
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated January 7, 1948. 2 pp. of music.
folder 4 C132. Sonata for Piano, op. 113. [Manuscript draft and score.]
Draft of score (pencil, with annotations in colored pencil); dated April 2, 1949. 14 pp.
Score. Ozalid manuscript; undated. 16 pp.
Score. Manuscript facsimile; undated. 16 pp. Score reproduced and bound by Independent Music Publishers.
folder 5 C133. Palm Tree Daughters. For solo piano.
Score (A flat and D flat in key signature). Draft of score (ink and pencil); undated. 6 pp.
Score (no flats in key signature) (incomplete; consists of pp. 1-2 only). Fair copy (ink); undated. 2 pp. of music.
folder 6 C134. Fantasie on a Turkish Air. For solo piano.
Draft of score (pencil); undated. 6 pp. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile). 6 pp.

Sub-series C: Chamber and Instrumental Music

folder 7 C138. Owasco Memories. Arranged for piano, violin, and violoncello from the Piano Suite, op. 8.
Full score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1899-1901. 19 pp.
Instrumental parts: violin, violoncello. Fair copies (ink). 10 pp. of music.
“The Casino Across the Lake.” Violin part, labeled “Extra Separate Copy.”
Fair copy (ink). 1 p.
folder 8 C139. “Prairie Miniature,” from From Mesa and Plain, op. 20. Arranged for woodwind quintet.
Full score. Ozalid manuscript; dated 1905. 5 pp.
folder 9 C140. Fugue Fantasy, op. 44. For string quartet.
Full score (incomplete). Fair copy (ink); dated 1914. 7 pp.
folder 10 C142. The Hako, op. 65. For string quartet.
Manuscript sketches (pencil); undated. 2 pp.
Draft of score (pencil and colored pencil); dated 1922. 26 pp.
“A. F. Notes on The Hako: Excerpt and Paraphrase.” Manuscript notes; undated. 3 pp.
Untitled excerpt from draft of Evelyn Culbertson’s biography (pertaining to The Hako). Typescript, with annotations in pencil and ink; undated. 2 pp. (See pp. 379-380).
Facsimile of performance notes. Typescript; undated. 5 pp.
Full score. Fair copy (manuscript facsimile); dated April 1926. 19 pp.
Facsimiles of materials from the Library of Congress, compiled by Wayne Shirley. Includes (4 items):
– Instrumental parts: violin I, violin II, viola, violoncello. Manuscript facsimile; undated. 43 pp.
– Copy 2 of untitled excerpt from draft of Evelyn Culbertson’s biography (pertaining to The Hako). Facsimile of typescript draft, with annotations in pencil and ink; undated. 2 pp.
– Copy 2 of performance notes. Typescript; undated. 5 pp.
– Copy 2 of full score. Fair copy (manuscript facsimile); dated April 1926. 19 pp.
folder 11 C144. “Mystery for Strings,” op. 90. Interlude in Mountain Song. For string orchestra.
Full score. Manuscript facsimile; undated. 6 pp.
folder 12 C145. Quintet in E Minor, op. 103. For piano and strings. [Full score.]
Manuscript sketches (pencil and colored pencil); undated. 29 sheets.
Draft of score (pencil, with annotations in colored pencil); dated 1937. 17 pp.
Facsimile of full score. Fair copy (manuscript facsimile); dated 1938. 172 pp. of music
folder 13 C145. Quintet in E Minor, op. 103. [Instrumental parts.]
Violin I part. Manuscript facsimile; undated. 29 pp.
Violin II part. Manuscript facsimile; undated. 28 pp.
Viola part. Manuscript facsimile; undated. 30 pp.
Violoncello part. Manuscript facsimile; undated. 31 pp.
folder 14 C146. Ballade for Violin and Piano, op. 1.
Published score (Boston: H. B. Stevens Co., 1899). 9 pp. of music. Inscription on front cover of score: “Mabel Torrance from Arthur Farwell – 1900.”
folder 15 C148. To Morfydd. For oboe and piano.
Published score and oboe part (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1903). 4 pp. of music.
folder 16 C149. “Choral: Around the Lodge,” from From Mesa and Plain, op. 20. Arranged for violin and piano.
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1905. 2 pp. of music.
folder 17 C150. Song Flight, op. 61. For violin and piano.
Draft of score (pencil); undated. 8 pp.
Violin part. Fair copy (ink); undated. 2 pp.
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1922. 8 pp.
folder 18 C151. Melody in E Minor, op. 77. For violin and piano.
Published score and violin part (East Lansing, MI: Arthur Farwell, 1936). 8 pp. of music. 2 copies.
folder 19 C152. Sonata for Violin and Piano, op. 80.
Movement I. Draft of score (pencil); “sketch of this movement begun in 1919­–finished in December 1928.” 18 pp.
Movement II. Draft of score (pencil); dated January 31, 1929. 19 pp.
Movement III. Draft of score (pencil); undated. 18 pp.
Score. Ozalid manuscript; dated 1928. 50 pp.
Violin part. Ozalid manuscript; undated. 7 pp.
Violin part. Manuscript facsimile; undated. 7 pp.
folder 20 C153. “Purple Lupine,” op. 86, no. 4. Arranged for cello and piano by Richard Clayton.
Score. Fair copy (ink, with annotations in pencil); undated. 3 pp.
folder 21 C154. Land of Luthany, op. 87. For violoncello and piano. [Manuscript score and part.]
Draft of score (pencil); dated 1932. 8 pp.
Violoncello part. Fair copy (ink, with annotations in pencil and colored pencil); dated 1932. 2 pp. of music.
folder 22 C154. Land of Luthany, op. 87. [Published score and part.]
Published score and part (East Lansing, MI: Arthur Farwell, 1932). 11 pp. 3 copies.
folder 23 C155. Eothen, op. 92. For violin and piano.
Manuscript sketches (pencil); undated. 4 pp.
Violin part. Fair copy (ink); undated. 3 pp.
Score. Fair copy (ink, with annotations in pencil); dated 1931. 11 pp.

Box 5

folder 1 C156. Sonata in G Minor, op. 86. For solo violin. [Manuscript sketches and scores.]
“Worksheet for Sonata for Solo Violin.” Manuscript sketches (pencil); undated. 2 pp.
Draft of score (pencil); dated March 8, 1934. 7 sheets.
Score. Fair copy (pencil); undated. 15 pp. of music. Copies 2-3 (duplicate facsimiles). 16 pp.
folder 2 C156. Sonata in G Minor, op. 86. [Publisher’s proofs.]
“Farwell’s Sonata for Solo Violin: About This Edition.” Typescript, with annotations in pencil. 1 p.
Score. Publisher’s proofs (typescript, with annotations in pencil); dated 1993. 10 pp.
Also in folder (2 items):

  • Correspondence from Ron Erickson (Elysian String Quartet) to John Creckler. 1 letter. Typescript; dated April 9, 1993. 1 p.
  • Excerpt of score of unidentified string quartet (facsimile of p. 10). 1 p.
folder 3 C157. Suite for Flute and Piano, op. 114.
“Woodland Colloquy.” Draft of score (pencil and colored pencil); dated 1949. 2 pp.
“Nocturn.” Draft of score (pencil); ca. 1949. 4 pp.
Score. Ozalid manuscript; dated 1949. 13 pp.
Flute part. Ozalid manuscript; undated. 5 pp.
folder 4 C158. Sonata for Violoncello and Piano, op. 116.
Movement I. Draft of score (pencil and colored pencil); dated “Fall of 1949.” 14 pp.
Movement II. Draft of score (pencil and colored pencil); undated. 15 sheets.
Score. Ozalid manuscript; undated. 40 pp.
Violoncello part. Ozalid manuscript; undated. 12 pp.
Excerpt from score (consists of pp. 33, 34, 39, and 40 only). Manuscript facsimile, reproduced from Ozalid manuscript, with annotations in ink; undated. 4 pp.
Violoncello part. Manuscript facsimile, reproduced from Ozalid manuscript; undated. 12 pp.

Sub-series D: Choral and Community Singing Music

folder 5 C159. Two Choruses, op. 10. For SATB voices and accompaniment.
“Build Thee More Stately Mansions.” Text by Oliver Wendell Holmes. Published score, No. 118 in The Laurel Song Series of Vocal Selections (Boston: C. Birchard & Co., 1901). 4 pp.
Also in folder:

  • “Hoof Beats.” For voice. Text by Louise Ayres Garnett. Facsimile of published score, from unidentified source. 1 p.
  • “Morning.” For voice. Text by John Fletcher. Facsimile of published score, from unidentified source. 1 p.
folder 6 C162. Wanderer’s Night Song, op. 27. For TTBB quartet with rehearsal piano.
Score. Fair copy (ink, with annotations in pencil); dated 1907. 7 pp.
folder 7 C163. Kéramos, op. 28. Poem by Henry W. Longfellow. [Manuscript score.]
For TTBB voices and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1907. 21 pp.
folder 8 C163. Kéramos, op. 28. [Published score.]
For SATB voices and piano. Facsimile of published score (New York: Remick Music Corp., 1952). 19 pp.
folder 9 C164. How Beautiful Is Night, op. 30. Text attributed to Robert Southey.
Manuscript sketches (pencil, ink, and colored pencil); dated 1907. 4 pp
folder 10 C166. Hymn to Liberty, op. 35. For SATB voices with accompaniment. [Manuscript score and parts.]
For SATB voices and orchestra. Full score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 4 pp.
Instrumental parts (incomplete): 1st violin (2 copies), 2nd violin, viola, bass, 1st flutes, 2nd flute, 2nd oboe, English horn, 1st bassoon, 2nd bassoon, 1st clarinet in A, 2nd clarinet in A, 1st trumpet in D, 3rd trumpet in D, 1st horn in F, 2nd horn in F, 3rd horn in F, 4th horn in F, 1st trombone, 2nd trombone, 3rd trombone, tuba, kettle drums. 24 pp.
folder 11 C166. Hymn to Liberty, op. 35. [Published score.]
For SATB voices and keyboard. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1911). 2 pp. of music.
folder 12 C167. O Captain, My Captain, op. 34. For SATB voices and piano. Poem by Walt Whitman.
Published score (Cincinnati: John Church Co., 1918). 17 pp. of music.
Accompanying item (correspondence between John Wannamaker and Brice Farwell) separated; see Box 35, Folder 44.
folder 13 C168. The Christ Child’s Christmas Tree, op. 41. For SATB voices and accompaniment. Poem by Jean Dwight Franklin. [Manuscript score.]
For SATB chorus and orchestra. Orchestral score (vocal parts missing). Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in colored pencil; dated 1913. 11 pp.
folder 14 C168. The Christ Child’s Christmas Tree, op. 41. [Published score.]
For SATB chorus and piano or organ. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1913). 7 pp. of music.
folder 15 C171. Three Songs from Caliban for Medium Voice, op. 47a.
“Many Are the Wonders of Time,” op. 47, no. 3. For voice and piano. Text by Sophocles. Translation by Percy MacKaye. Score. Fair copy (ink, with annotations in colored pencil); dated 1916. 6 pp.
Orchestral score. Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in colored pencil; dated 1916. 8 pp. Accompanied by manuscript note. 1 p.
For SATB chorus and orchestra. Full score. Fair copy (ink), with annotations in colored pencil; dated 1916. 13 pp. Accompanied by manuscript note. 1 p.
Instrumental parts: flute, 1st clarinet in A, 2nd clarinet in A, horn in F, 1st cornets in B flat, 2nd cornets in B flat, trombone, 1st violin (8 copies), 2nd violin (4 copies), viola, cello (2 parts), bass (2 parts). 36 pp.
folder 16 C172. Three Songs for Community Singing, op. 48. [Manuscript score and parts.]
“March! March!” For unison chorus and orchestra. Includes:

  • Full score. Fair copy (ink, with performance markings in colored pencil); undated. 5 pp. of music.
  • Part/score for two trumpets and two trombones. Fair copy (ink); undated. 1 p. of music.
  • Piano copy in D flat. Fair copy (ink), with annotations in pencil; undated. 2 pp. of music.

Instrumental parts: flute I, flute 2nd, oboe I, oboe 2nd, English horn, bassoon I, bassoon 2nd, clarinet I, clarinet 2nd, horns I-II in F, horns III-IV in F, trumpet I, 1st trumpet, trumpet 2nd, trombone I, trombone 2nd, trombone 3rd, tuba, kettledrum, bass drum and cymbals, snare drum, 2nd violin (13 copies), viola (4 copies), cello (4 copies), bass (6 copies). 49 pp.

folder 17 C172. Three Songs for Community Singing, op. 48. [Manuscript score and parts.]
Prelude to “Joy! Brothers Joy!” Includes:

  • Cue sheet (pencil). 1 p.
  • Piano part (or reduced score?). Fair copy (ink); undated. 2 pp.
  • Orchestral score. Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in colored pencil. 3 pp.
  • Instrumental parts: 1st violin (3 copies), 2nd violin (2 copies), viola, cello, bass (2 copies), flute, bassoon, 1st clarinet, 2nd clarinet, trumpets, horns in F, trombone, tympani. Fair copy (ink); undated. 17 pp.

“Joy! Brothers Joy!” For SATB chorus and orchestra. Instrumental parts: violin 1 (13 copies), violin 2 (12 copies), viola (4 copies), violoncello (4 copies), bass (6 copies), flute 1, flute 2, oboe 1, oboe 2, English horn, bassoon 1, bassoon 2, clarinet 1, clarinet 2, horns 1 & 2 in F, horns 3 & 4 in F, trumpets (2 copies), trombone 1, trombone 2, trombone 3, tuba, bass drum & cymbals, kettle drums. 58 pp.

folder 18 C172. Three Songs for Community Singing, op. 48. [Published score.]
“March! March!” For voice and piano. Published score (New York: G, Schirmer, 1916). 2 pp. of music.
“Joy! Brothers, Joy!” For SATB voices and piano. Published score (New York: G, Schirmer, 1916). 3 pp. of music.
folder 19 C173. Four Part Songs for Community Chorus, op. 51. [Manuscript score.]
“Hosanna!” op. 51, no. 1. For SATB voices and orchestra. Full score. Fair copy (ink, with performance markings in colored pencil); undated. 7 pp.
folder 20 C173. Four Part Songs for Community Chorus, op. 51. [Published scores.]
“Hosanna!” op. 51, no. 1. For SATB chorus and piano. Published score (Cincinnati: John Church Co., 1913). 5 pp. of music.
“Breathe on us, Breath of God.” For SATB chorus and piano. Published score (Cincinnati: John Church Co., 1913). 3 pp. of music.
“Our Country’s Prayer.” Includes (3 items):

  • For SATB chorus and piano. Poem by Carl Roppel. Published score (Cincinnati: John Church Co., 1919). 4 pp. of music.
  • For low voice and piano in B flat. Verse by Carl Roppel. Published score (Cincinnati: John Church Co., 1919). 3 pp. of music.
  • For high voice and piano in D. Verse by Carl Roppel. Published score (Cincinnati: John Church Co., 1919). 3 pp. of music.
folder 21 C175. “Defenders.” For SATB chorus and piano.
Published score (Cincinnati: John Church Co., 1920). 2 pp. of music.
folder 22 C176. La Primavera, op. 56a. For SATB voices and piano.
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1920. 3 pp.
folder 23 C177. Five Songs for Community Chorus, op. 57. [Manuscript scores.]
“We Will Be Free.” Poem by James Thompson. Includes:

  • For voice and piano. Draft of score (pencil); undated. 2 pp.
  • For medium voice and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 2 pp. of music.
  • For voice and piano. Draft of score, labeled “Third revise–August 1946” (pencil). 1 p.
  • For voice and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated June 2, [illegible]. 2 pp. of music.
  • Orchestral arrangement. Score. Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in colored pencil; undated. 2 pp. On reverse: manuscript sketches (pencil and colored pencil). 2 pp.
  • For TTBB quartet and piano. Score. Ozalid manuscript; copyright 1950. 3 pp.
  • For SATB chorus and piano. Score. Ozalid manuscript; copyright 1950. 3 pp.
  • For high voice and piano in B flat. Score. Ozalid manuscript; copyright 1950. 2 pp.
  • For low voice and piano in G. Score. Ozalid manuscript; copyright 1950. 2 pp.
  • For TTBB quartet and piano. Score. Manuscript facsimile. 3 pp. 4 copies.
  • For SATB chorus and piano. Score. Manuscript facsimile. 3 pp. 6 copies.
  • For high voice and piano in B flat. Score. Manuscript facsimile. 2 pp. 4 copies.
  • For low voice and piano in G. Score. Manuscript facsimile. 2 pp. 2 copies.

“Any Time for Singin,’” op. 57, no. 4. For voice and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 2 pp. of music.
“Sing Awhile Longer,” op. 57, no. 5. For voice and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1920. 1 p.

folder 24 C177. Five Songs for Community Chorus, op. 57. [Published scores.]
“Pasadena Community Music Meeting, Sheet 1.” Compilation of song melodies. Typescript sheet (copyright Arthur Farwell, 1922). 2 pp.

  • Includes songs and transcriptions by Arthur Farwell: We Will Be Free; Pena Hueca (Spanish Californian folk song); La Golondrina (Spanish Californian folk song); De Rocks a’Renderin’ (Negro spiritual); Omaha Game Song (Indian folk song); By the Sea (Franz Schubert); Choral, from the Matthew–Passion (Johann Sebastian Bach); When of Old My Mother (Anton Dvořák); Last Night (Halfdan Kjerulf).

“Pasadena Community Music Meeting, Sheet 1: Mixed Chorus.” Compilation of songs, with SATB harmonization. Manuscript facsimile (copyright Arthur Farwell, 1922). 4 pp.

  • Includes songs and transcriptions by Arthur Farwell: We Will Be Free; Pena Hueca (Spanish Californian folk song); La Golondrina (Spanish Californian folk song); De Rocks a’Renderin’ (Negro spiritual); Omaha Game Song (Indian folk song); By the Sea (Franz Schubert); Choral, from the Matthew–Passion (Johann Sebastian Bach); When of Old My Mother (Anton Dvořák); Last Night (Halfdan Kjerulf).
folder 25 C181. Three School Choruses, op. 62. For chorus and piano.
“The Daffodils,” op. 62, no. 1. For SATB voices and piano. Poem by William Wordsworth. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1922. 3 pp.
“Pippa’s Song,” op. 62, no. 2. For SATB voices and piano. Poem by Robert Browning. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1922. 3 pp.
“New Year’s Bell,” op. 62, no. 3. For girl’s voices (SA) with piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1922. 2 pp. of music.
folder 26 C184. Symphonic Song on Old Black Joe, op. 67. For orchestra and audience. [Scores.]
Orchestral score. Fair copy (ink), with annotations in pencil and colored pencil; dated August 14, 1924. 23 pp.
Orchestral score. Ozalid manuscript; undated. 24 pp.
Orchestral score. Manuscript facsimile. 24 pp. Score reproduced by Independent Music Publishers. 2 copies. Copy 1 bound.
Program notes. Typescript; undated. 1 p.
Composer’s notes. Typescript; undated. 1 p. On reverse: title page for composition.
Also in folder:

  • Symphonic Song on Old Black Joe. Arranged for violin, violoncello, and piano. Draft of score (incomplete) (pencil); dated 1923. 4 pp.

Box 6

folder 1 C184. Symphonic Song on Old Black Joe, op. 67. For orchestra and audience. [Instrumental parts.]
Instrumental parts: 1st flute, 2nd flute, 3rd flute/piccolo, oboe I, oboe II, English horn, bassoon I, bassoon II, clarinet I in A, clarinet II in A, bass clarinet in B flat, horn I in F, horn II in F, horn III in F, horn IV in F, trumpet I in A, trumpet II in A, trumpet III in A, trombone I, trombone II, bass trombone, tuba, timpani, small drum, triangle, bass drum, cymbals, tamtam, violin I, violin II, viola, cello, bass, harp. Fair copies (ink); undated. 90 pp.
Instrumental parts (facsimiles): violin I (7 copies), violin II (6 copies), viola (4 copies), cello (4 copies), bass (4 copies). Manuscript facsimile; undated. 75 pp.
folder 2 C185. America the Beautiful. For SATB voices and piano. Poem by Katherine Lee Bates.
Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1927. 2 pp. of music. 2 copies. Copy 1 lists composer as “Providential.”
Announcement of “no award” issued in the contest by the Past Presidents Assembly of the National Federation of Music Clubs. Typescript; dated April 15, 1927. 1 p.
folder 3 C186. Our Country, op. 81. For SATB voices and piano. Poem by Minna Irving.
Minna Irving, “Our Country.” Text of poem, from unidentified publication. Typescript. 1 p.
Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 4 pp. Copy 2. 6 pp. of music.
folder 4 C187. For America. For SATB voices and piano. Poem by Arthur Guiterman.
Arthur Guiterman, “For America.” Facsimile of poem text, from unidentified publication. Typescript. 1 p.
Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 2 pp. of music. On reverse of p. 2: manuscript sketches (pencil).
folder 5 C188. The Lamb, op. 88. Arranged for SATB voices by Leo Kopp. Text by William Blake.
Score. Fair copy (ink); 1949. 1 p. On reverse: letter from Leo Kopp to Arthur Farwell. Ink; dated October 30, 1949. 1 p.
folder 6 C189. Mountain Song, op. 90.
“Chorale of the Mountains,” from Mountain Song (a symphonic song ceremony of the High Sierras for orchestra with occasional choruses). For SATB voices with orchestra. Choral octavo. Manuscript facsimile; undated. 2 pp.
Manuscript notes by Evelyn Culbertson (ink); undated. 9 pp.
folder 7 C190. Four Songs for A Capella Chorus, op. 102. For SSAATTBB choir. [Manuscript scores.]
“Navajo War Dance,” op. 102, no. 1. Draft of score (pencil); dated February 20, 1937. 8 pp.
“Navajo War Dance,” op. 102, no. 1. Score. Fair copy (manuscript facsimile); dated 1937. 15 pp.
“The Old Man’s Love Song,” op. 102, no. 2. Draft of score (pencil); dated February 21, 1937. 4 pp.
“Pawnee Horses,” op. 102, no. 3. Draft of score (pencil); dated February 24, 1937. 4 pp.
“The Mother’s Vow,” op. 102, no. 4. Draft of score (pencil); dated March 8, 1937. 2 pp.

  • See also Box 18, Folder 9, for manuscript sketches of song.
folder 8 C190. Four Songs for A Capella Chorus, op. 102. [Published scores.]
“Navajo War Dance,” op. 102, no. 1. For eight-part chorus of mixed voices. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1937). 20 pp. of music. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile). 20 pp.
“The Old Man’s Love Song,” op. 102, no. 2. For eight-part chorus of mixed voices. Facsimile of published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1937). 9 pp.
“Pawnee Horses,” op. 102, no. 3. For eight-part chorus of mixed voices. Facsimile of published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1937). 11 pp.
“The Mother’s Vow,” op. 102, no. 4. For eight-part chorus of mixed voices. Facsimile of published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1937). 8 pp.
folder 9 C191. “Cathedral Scene (Finale, Part I).” For SATB voices and soprano solo with two pianos.
Full score. Fair copy (ink); dated November 16, 1928. 53 pp. of music.
folder 10 C192. Studies Toward a National Anthem.
“One World.” For voice(s) and piano. Includes:

  • Manuscript note from Brice Farwell, describing the holdings (ink); dated March 25, 1994. 1 p.
  • Sketches and drafts of text for “One World” (pencil and ink); undated. 12 pp.
  • For SATB chorus and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 3 pp.
  • Version for solo voice or unison chorus and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 2 pp. of music.

“America’s Vow.” For voice(s) and piano. Includes:

  • For SATB chorus and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 3 pp. 2 copies.
  • Version for solo voice or unison chorus and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 2 pp. of music.
folder 11 C193. United Nations Anthem. For SATB voices and accompaniment. Text by Sidney T. Cooke.
“Worksheet—First draft of United Nations Anthem.” Manuscript sketches (pencil and colored pencil); undated. 4 pp.
For SATB voices and piano. Score. Ozalid manuscript; dated 1946. 2 pp.
For SATB voices and piano. Score. Manuscript facsimile; dated 1946. 2 pp. 3 copies. Copies 2-3 reproduced and bound by Independent Music Publishers.
SATB harmonization (no separate piano part). Score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1946. 2 pp. of music.
For SATB chorus and orchestra. Full score. Ozalid manuscript; dated 1946. 3 pp.
For SATB chorus and orchestra. Full score. Manuscript facsimile; undated. 3 pp. 2 copies. Copy 2 reproduced and bound by Independent Music Publishers.
folder 12 C194. Two A Capella Choruses, op. 111. For SSAATTBB choir. [Manuscript scores.]
“Navajo War Dance No. 2,” op. 111, no. 1. Includes:

  • Composer’s notes. Typescript; undated. 1 p.
  • Draft of score (pencil); undated. 5 pp.

“Indian Scene,” op. 111, no. 2. Includes:

  • Composer’s notes. Facsimile of typescript notes. 1 p.
  • Draft of score (pencil and colored pencil); dated 1946. 8 pp.
  • Fair copy (ink); dated 1946. 25 pp.
  • Fair copy (manuscript facsimile), with annotations in pencil and colored pencil. 42 pp. Accompanied by facsimiles of pp. 41-42. 2 pp.
folder 13 C194. Two A Capella Choruses, op. 111. [Manuscript facsimiles.]
“Navajo War Dance No. 2,” op. 111, no. 1. Includes:

  • Fair copy (manuscript facsimile, bound); undated. 24 pp.
  • Score, including rehearsal piano part. Manuscript facsimile, bound, with annotations in colored pencil; undated. 24 pp. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile, printed on photographic paper). 24 pp.

“Indian Scene,” op. 111, no. 2. Score. Fair copy (manuscript facsimile, bound); undated. 42 pp.

Sub-series E: Music for Dramatic Forms

folder 14 C195. Cinderella. Incidental and background music for piano.
Score (incomplete, consists of pp. 1-16 only). Fair copy (ink); undated. 16 pp.
folder 15 C196. Joseph and His Brethren, op. 38. Incidental music for a pageant play by Louis N. Parker.
Orchestral score. Fair copy (ink), with annotations in pencil and colored pencil; undated. 27 sheets.
folder 16 C198. The Gods of the Mountain, op. 68 [on score: op. 52]. Incidental music for the play by Lord Dunsany. Suite for harp, violin, and violoncello.
Full score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 25 sheets. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile, reduced). 43 pp.
Instrumental parts: violin, violoncello. Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in pencil. 9 sheets.
folder 17 C199. The Pilgrimage Play, the Story of the Christ, op. 58. Play by Christine Wetherill Stevenson. [Orchestral score.]
Orchestral score. Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in pencil and colored pencil and manuscript conductor’s notes interleaved in score; undated. 70 sheets.
folder 18 C199. The Pilgrimage Play, the Story of the Christ, op. 58. [Piano score.]
Piano score. Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in pencil and colored pencil. 43 sheets.

Box 7

folder 1 C199. The Pilgrimage Play, the Story of the Christ, op. 58. [Organ score.]
Organ score. Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in pencil and colored pencil. 50 sheets. Includes extra copies of selections No. 4, No. 7, Nos. 18-19, No. 9.
folder 2 C199. The Pilgrimage Play, the Story of the Christ, op. 58. [“Gloria in Excelsis”: scores.]
“Gloria in Excelsis.” For chorus and organ. Full score. Fair copy (ink); dated “Christmas 1920.” 18 pp. of music.
“Gloria in Excelsis.” For chorus and orchestra. Full score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 30 pp. of music.
“No. 2: Pilgrimage Play, Manger Scene.” Excerpt from The Pilgrimage Play. Choral score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 5 pp.
box 3 C199. The Pilgrimage Play, the Story of the Christ, op. 58. [Choral scores.]
Choral score (consisting of vocal parts only). Manuscript facsimile (Photostat negatives), bound in folder for performance. 10 pp. 17 copies.
“No. 2: Pilgrimage Play, Manger Scene.” Excerpt from The Pilgrimage Play. Choral score. Manuscript facsimile (Photostat negatives), bound in folder for performance. 5 pp. 6 copies. Copies 1-2 not in folders.
folder 4 C200. The Coming of Song. Music drama. [Score and sketches.]
Manuscript sketches (pencil); undated. 9 sheets.
“No. 1: Out of the Night. Prologue. Celestial Choir.” For SATB chorus and piano. Score (incomplete). Includes fair copy (ink) and manuscript sketches (pencil); undated. 4 pp. of fair copy, followed by 2 pp. of manuscript sketches.
folder 5 C200. The Coming of Song. Music drama. [Script.]
Typescript script, labeled “original”; undated. 81 pp.
Facsimile of draft of script (typescript), with annotations and insertions in pencil and ink; undated. 97 pp.
folder 6 C203. Scene from the Inferno, op. 85. For orchestra and non-singing chorus. [Sketches.]
Form diagram. Manuscript (pencil). 1 p.
“By-Products from work on the Divine Comedy.” Manuscript sketches (ink and pencil). 1 p. of music.
Manuscript sketches and drafts (ink, pencil, and colored pencil); undated. 29 sheets.
folder 7 C203. Scene from the Inferno, op. 85. [Notes relating to composition.]
Manuscript note, titled “Divine Comedy” (pencil). 1 p. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile).
Manuscript note, untitled (pencil). 1 p. Copy 2 (preservation copy).
Typescript notes, titled “Subjects for Sketches and Compositions for the Divine Comedy of Dante.” 3 pp. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile).
Typescript notes (lists of instrumentation). 1 p. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile).

Box 8

folder 1 C204. Pageant of Meriden, N. H., op. 39. [Manuscript scores.]
“Interlude III: The Birds.” For orchestra. Full score. Fair copy (ink), bound, with annotations in pencil and colored pencil. 32 pp. of music.
“Introduction.” For orchestra. Full score. Fair copy (ink), bound, with annotations in pencil and colored pencil. 14 pp. of music.
Pageant of Meriden: Introduction; Dance of the Nature Spirits; Entrance of Pilgrim Pioneers; and Song of the Vision.” For violin and piano. Score and violin part. Fair copy (ink); undated. 19 pp. of music.
“Interlude: Clarence and Reuben.” For orchestra. Full score. Fair copy (ink), with annotations in pencil; undated. 27 pp.
“Dance of the Nature Spirits and Song of the Vision from the Prelude.” For solo piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 6 pp. of music. 2 copies. Affixed to inside back cover of copy 2: “Song of the Vision.” SATB harmonization. Manuscript facsimile. 1 p.
“Dance of Idleness and Rustic Dance from the Pageant of Meriden.” Arranged for violin, violoncello, and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 21 pp. of music. Accompanied by parts for violin and violoncello. Fair copies (ink); undated. 10 pp. of music.
“Finale.” For orchestra. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 37 pp. of music.
Unbound sketches, fair copies, arrangements, and excerpts from Pageant of Meriden (ink, pencil, and colored pencil); undated. 43 pp.
folder 2 C204. Pageant of Meriden, N. H., op. 39. [Instrumental parts.]
“Entrance of Country Folk, Dance of Idleness, Rustic Dance, and Recessional.” For orchestra. Instrumental parts: flute, oboe, 1st clarinet, 2nd clarinet, bassoon, horns in F, 1st cornet, 2nd cornet, trombone, timpani/snare drum, violin I (4 copies), violin II (4 copies), viola (2 copies), cello (2 copies), bass. Fair copies (ink), with performance markings in pencil; undated. 182 pp. of music.
“Entrance of Country Folk and Dance of Idleness.” For orchestra. Instrumental parts (incomplete): violin I (8 copies), violin II (8 copies). Fair copies (ink), with performance markings in pencil; undated. 128 pp.
folder 3 C206. Pageant of Darien, Conn., op. 40. Text by William Chauncey Langdon. [Scores.]
“Introduction.” For orchestra. Full score. Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in pencil and colored pencil. 54 pp. of music.
“The Changing Tides (Interlude).” For orchestra. Full score. Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in pencil and colored pencil. 69 pp.
“Principle (Interlude II).” For orchestra. Full score. Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in pencil and colored pencil. 38 pp. of music. Possibly incomplete; no music notated on numbered pp. 25-27 of score.
“Finale (The Community Home).” For orchestra. Full score. Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in pencil and colored pencil. 52 pp. of music.
folder 4 C206. Pageant of Darien, Conn., op. 40. [Piano reduction.]
“Introduction.” Reduced piano score. Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in pencil and colored pencil. 24 pp. of music.
“The Changing Tides (Interlude).” Reduced piano score. Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in pencil and colored pencil. 17 pp. of music.
“Principle (Interlude II).” Reduced piano score. Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in pencil and colored pencil. 11 pp.
“Finale (The Community Home).” Reduced piano score. Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in pencil and colored pencil. 9 pp. of music.
Untitled (First line of text: “Oh Father, great Waukaumauw, Here are the graves of my fathers”). For voice, violin, and piano. Score. “Indian chant, words by Langdon.” Fair copy (ink), with annotations in pencil and colored pencil. 3 pp.
folder 5 C207. D. K. E., A Masque of Fraternity.
Libretto (typescript, with annotations in ink); undated. 19 pp.
“Mystical Chorus 1.” For orchestra. Score. Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in colored pencil. 3 pp.
“Mystical Chorus 2.” For orchestra. Score. Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in colored pencil. 6 pp.
“Mystical Chorus 3.” For orchestra. Score. Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in colored pencil. 1 p.
“Mystical Chorus 4.” For orchestra. Score. Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in colored pencil. 1 p.
“Fanfare.” For two trumpets in B flat. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 1 p.
“Mystical Chorus 5.” For orchestra. Score. Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in colored pencil. 5 pp.
folder 6 C208. Caliban, the Shakespeare Tercentenary Masque, op. 47. Words by Percy MacKaye.
Choruses of Caliban: A Shakespeare Masque. Published piano vocal score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1916). 49 pp. 2 copies.
Title page from published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1916). 1 p.

Box 9

box 1

C209. The Evergreen Tree, op. 50. A Christmas masque for community singing and acting by Percy MacKaye. [Manuscript scores and parts.]

The Evergreen Tree, some scores.” Includes:

  • Draft of piano vocal score (pencil); dated February 23-28, [1917]. 1 p.
  • “The Tree Child’s Lullaby.” Piano vocal score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1917. 1 p. On reverse: draft of last 4 mm. of score (pencil). 1 p.
  • 21. For band. Full score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 4 pp.
  • 10, 18. For band. Full score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 5 pp.
  • “No. I. Chorus of the Wilderness.” For orchestra and chorus. Full score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 38 pp.
  • “No. 4. Light of the World.” For orchestra and chorus. Full score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 64 pp.
  • “No. 5. Luck Song.” For orchestra. Full score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 3 pp.
  • “No. 6. The Tree Child’s Lullaby.” For orchestra. Full score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 3 pp.
  • “No. 7. The Star.” For orchestra and chorus. Full score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 8 pp.
  • “No. 9. The Wrath of Herod.” Accompaniment for orchestra. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 3 pp.
  • “Nos. 11-12. Glory and Serenity.” For orchestra. Full score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 4 pp.
  • “No. 15. Dance Carol of the Evergreen.” For orchestra. Full score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 4 pp.
  • “No. 16. Dirge of the Outcasts.” For orchestra and chorus. Full score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 18 pp.
  • “No. 19. Chorus of the Tree: Part I.” Accompaniment for orchestra (vocal parts missing). Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 6 pp.
  • “No. 20. The Chorus of the Tree.” Accompaniment for orchestra (vocal parts missing). Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 7 pp.
  • “No. 21. Chorus of the Christmas Tree.” For orchestra. Full score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 7 pp.
  • Oversized items (scores for Nos. 9, 10, and 20) separated; see Box 48, Folder 9.

Evergreen Tree, some parts.” Includes:

  • “No. 1. Chorus of the Wilderness.” Instrumental parts: 1st violin (2 copies), 2nd violin (2 copies), viola (2 copies), cello, bass. Fair copies (ink); undated. 20 pp. of music.
  • “No. 4. Light of the World.” Instrumental parts: 1st violin (2 copies), 2nd violin (2 copies), viola (2 copies), cello, bass. Fair copies (ink), with manuscript notes indicating cuts; undated. 34 pp. of music.
  • “No. 5. Luck Song.” Instrumental parts: 1st violin (2 copies), 2nd violin (2 copies), viola (2 copies), cello. Fair copies (ink); undated. 7 pp.
  • “No. 6. The Tree Child’s Lullaby.” Instrumental parts: 1st violin (2 copies), 2nd violin (2 copies), viola (2 copies), cello. Fair copies (ink); undated. 7 pp.
  • “No. 7. The Star.” Instrumental parts: 1st violin (2 copies), 2nd violin (2 copies), viola (2 copies), cello. Fair copies (ink); undated. 7 pp.
  • “No. 9. The Wrath of Herod.” Instrumental parts: 1st violin (2 copies), 2nd violin (2 copies), viola (2 copies), cello. Fair copies (ink); undated. 7 pp.
  • “No. 11. Gloria and Serenity.” Instrumental parts: 1st violin (2 copies), 2nd violin (2 copies), viola (2 copies), cello. Fair copies (ink); undated. 7 pp.
  • “No. 15. Dance Carol of the Evergreens.” Instrumental parts: 1st violin (2 copies), 2nd violin (2 copies), viola (2 copies), cello. Fair copies (ink); undated. 7 pp.
  • “No. 16. Dirge of the Outcasts.” Instrumental parts: 1st violin (2 copies), 2nd violin (2 copies), viola (2 copies), cello, bass. Fair copies (ink); undated. 16 pp.
  • “No. 19, Part I. Chorus of the Tree.” Instrumental parts: 1st violin (3 copies), 2nd violin (2 copies), viola (2 copies), cello, bass (2 copies). Fair copies (ink); undated. 10 pp.
  • “No. 20. Chorus of the Tree.” Instrumental parts: 1st violin (2 copies), 2nd violin (2 copies), viola (2 copies), cello, bass. Fair copies (ink); undated. 8 pp.
  • “No. 21. Chorus of the Christmas Tree.” Instrumental parts: 1st violin (2 copies), 2nd violin, viola (2 copies), cello. Fair copies (ink); undated. 6 pp.
box 2 C209. The Evergreen Tree, op. 50. [Written material.]
A Guide to The Evergreen Tree: A Series of Questions and Answers. Compiled by Percy J. Burrell. Facsimile of published guide (New York: John Church Co., n.d.). Incomplete, consists of front cover and pp. 2, 8-11 only. 6 pp.
Illustration by Robert Edmond Jones for The Evergreen Tree. Black and white print. 1 p.
“Prompt Book: The Evergreen Tree.” Excerpts and facsimiles of pages from published book (John Church Co.), with annotations in pencil and ink. 45 pp. Original pages trimmed and affixed to 8.5” x 11” paper. Last page of script written in cursive longhand by Gertrude Farwell. Accompanied by manuscript note (pencil). 1 p.
Published piano vocal score (Cincinnati: John Church, 1917). 163 pp. 2 copies. Copy 1 has inscription on front cover (“Mabel, with love from Arthur.” Copy 2 incomplete; consists of pp. 99-163 only.
folder 3 C213. Grail Song, op. 70. A masque for community singing, acting, and dancing. [Text and notes.]
Grail Song: A Dramatic Ceremony for Music Service. Typescript libretto. 16 pp. Annotation on cover page: “2nd copy.”
Budget for production. Notes (typescript and pencil); undated. 6 pp.
Manuscript notes, untitled (pencil); undated. 2 pp.
Grail Song: A Masque for Community Singing, Acting, and Dancing. Typescript title page, list of parts, and foreword; undated. 5 pp.
folder 4 C213. Grail Song, op. 70. [Draft of libretto and notes.]
Draft of libretto (pencil); undated. 19 pp.
Grail Song: A Dramatic Ceremony for Music Service. Typescript libretto. 16 pp. Annotation on cover page: “3rd copy.”
Manuscript notes (pencil). 1 p.
Manuscript musical sketches (pencil). 1 p.
folder 5 C213. Grail Song, op. 70. [Typescript libretto and score excerpts.]
Grail Song: A Dramatic Ceremony. Typescript libretto. 19 pp. 2 copies. Annotation on cover page of copy 1: “1st copy.” Copy 2 (incomplete). 12 pp.
Draft of score (pencil); dated October 18, 1924. 23 pp. of music.
“Pianist’s copy for chorus rehearsals.” Nos. 1, 2, 6, 10. Piano vocal score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 7 pp.
folder 6 C213. Grail Song, op. 70. [Score.]
For orchestra and chorus. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 70 sheets.

Box 10

folder 1 C213. Grail Song, op. 70. [Arrangement for small orchestra.]
Arranged for piano, violin, violoncello, flute, and violin ad lib. Reduced score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 79 pp. of music.
Instrumental parts: violin, violoncello, flute. Fair copies (ink), with performance markings in pencil and colored pencil; undated. 35 pp.
folder 2 C214. The March of Man, op. 71. [Masque for the dedication of the Theater of the Stars.] [Text and score.]
Facsimile of libretto (typescript); undated. 16 pp.
“World Soul.”  Instrumental parts: violin 1, violin 2, viola, cello. Fair copies (ink); undated. 4 pp.
“Prayer.” Includes:

  • Full score (reduced). Fair copy (ink); undated. 4 pp.
  • Instrumental parts: violin I, violin II, viola, violoncello. Fair copies (ink); undated. 6 pp.
folder 3 C214. The March of Man, op. 71.
“Prologue No. 2.” Draft of libretto (pencil); undated. 3 pp.
Libretto (typescript), with annotations in pencil; undated. 11 pp.
“Theater of the Stars: Electrical Load.” Typescript document. 1 p. 2 copies. Copy 2 has annotations in pencil.
Correspondence pertaining to the Theater of the Stars. 9 letters. Includes:

  • Holms, B. G., to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated September 24, 1925. 1 p.
  • Hale, George E., to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); undated. 1 p.
  • Richmond, Willa T., to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated September 22, 1925. 1 p.
  • Carter, Artie Mason, to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated September 23, 1925. 1 p.
  • Jones, Isabel Morse, to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated October 6, 1925. 1 p.
  • King, Marion G., to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated October 1, 1925. 1 p.
  • Noack, Sylvain, to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated September 27, 1925. 1 p.
  • Mullen, Grace Stewart, to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated October 16, 1925. 1 p.
  • Lewis, Karolyn King, to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated October 6, 1925. 1 p.
  • Greene, Patterson, to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated September 26, 1925. 1 p.
  • Rhodes, Roy V., to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated September 23, 1925. 2 pp.

Accompanying photographs separated (4 photographs of outdoor setting and staging of The March of Man); see Box 38, [Sleeves 29-30?].

folder 4 C214. The March of Man, op. 71. [Production matter.]
Oversized items separated; see Box 48, Folder 10.
Box 5 C215. Cartoon or Once Upon a Time Recently. An operatic fantasy of music in America in three acts. Text by Edna Kingsley Wallace and Arthur Farwell. [Scores.]
Piano vocal score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1948. 295 pp.
“Act I. Chorus: Robbers We.” Piano vocal score (incomplete). Ozalid manuscript. 14 pp.
“Act I. Chorus: Robbers We.” Piano vocal score (incomplete). Fair copy (manuscript reproduction). 14 pp. Copy reproduced by Independent Music Publishers.
“Burlesque Ballet.” For orchestra. Draft of score (pencil); undated. 23 pp. of music.
Assorted sketches, pencil drafts, fair copies, and other musical material for the opera (pencil, colored pencil, and ink); dated 1912. 140 sheets.
Assorted sketches, pencil drafts, fair copies, and other musical material and drafts of texts for the opera (pencil, colored pencil, and ink), bound with string; dated 1912. 64 sheets. On first sheet: “Act III.”
folder 6 C215. Cartoon or Once Upon a Time Recently. [Libretto.]
Libretto (typescript, with annotations in ink); dated 1948. 110 pp.

Box 11

box 1 C215. Cartoon or Once Upon a Time Recently. [Libretto.]
Libretto (typescript, with annotations in ink); dated 1948. 110 pp.
Draft of libretto (typescript, with annotations in ink); undated. 101 pp. Title on cover: “Text of Uncle Sam: A Fantastic Opera in Three Acts.”
Draft of libretto (typescript, with annotations in ink); undated. 104 pp. Title on cover: “Text of Uncle Sam: A Fantastic Opera in Three Acts.”
Incomplete; consists of pp. 5-104 and appendix only.

Sub-series F: Orchestral Music

folder 2 C216. The Death of Virginia, op. 4. Fantasy for orchestra.
Full score (incomplete; consists of pp. 1-19 only). Fair copy (ink); undated. 19 pp.
folder 3 C217. Suite for Grand Orchestra.
Second movement, “Love Song.” Full score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 22 pp. Accompanied by manuscript note. 1 p.
folder 4 C218. Academic Overture, “Cornell,” op. 9.
Instrumental parts: 1st flute, 2nd flute/piccolo, oboe, 1st clarinet in A, 2nd clarinet in A, bassoon, 1st horn, 2nd horn, 1st cornet, 2nd cornet, 1st trombone, 2nd trombone, 3rd trombone/tuba (2 copies), timpani, 1st violin (8 copies), 2nd violin (7 copies), viola (3 copies), violoncello (3 copies), bass (4 copies). Fair copies (ink); undated. 232 pp. of music.
folder 5 C219. Dawn. Fantasy for orchestra, op. 12.
Full score (incomplete; consists of front cover, title page, and pp. 1-2 of score only). Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in colored pencil; dated 1901. 3 sheets.
Instrumental parts: 1st flute, 2nd flute, piccolo, 1st oboe, 2nd oboe, cor inglese, 1st clarinet in A, 2nd clarinet in A, 1st bassoon, 2nd bassoon , 1st horn in F (and E), 2nd horn in F (and E), 3rd horn in F (and E), 4th horn in F (and E), 1st trumpet in F, 2nd trumpet in F, 1st trombone, 2nd trombone, 3rd trombone, tuba, kettle drums, long drum, cymbals, violin I (5 copies), violin II (6 copies), viola (4 copies), violoncello (4 copies), bass (4 copies). Fair copies (ink); undated. 100 pp.
Violin I part, lower divisi. Fair copy (pencil); undated. 2 pp.
folder 6 C220. The Domain of Hurakan, op. 15. For orchestra.
Full score. Fair copy (ink), bound, with performance markings in colored pencil; undated. 51 pp. of music. Typescript composer’s notes affixed to inside front cover of score.
folder 7 C221. Symbolistic Study No. 3, “Once I Passed Through a Populous City,” op. 18. For orchestra. [Reduced score.]
Reduced piano score. Fair copy (ink), with annotations in pencil and colored pencil; undated. 34 pp.
Manuscript sketches (pencil and colored pencil); undated. 5 pp.
folder 8 C221. Symbolistic Study No. 3, “Once I Passed Through a Populous City,” op. 18. [Full score.]
Full score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 74 pp. Typescript composer’s notes affixed to inside front cover of score. 3 pp.

Box 12

folder 1 C221. Symbolistic Study No. 3, “Once I Passed Through a Populous City,” op. 18. [Instrumental parts, fair copies.]
Instrumental parts: flute 1, flute 2, flute 3 (piccolo), oboe 1, oboe 2, English horn, clarinet 1, clarinet 2, bass clarinet, bassoon 1, bassoon 2, double bassoon, horn 1, horns 1 and 2, horn 3, horns 3 and 4, trumpet 1, trumpet 2, trumpet 3, trombone 1, trombone 2, trombone 3, tuba, timpani, bass drum, cymbals, tam-tam, violin 1, violin 2, viola, violoncello, bass, harp. Fair copies (ink), with performance markings in pencil; undated. 242 pp.
folder 2 C221. Symbolistic Study No. 3, “Once I Passed Through a Populous City,” op. 18. [String parts, manuscript facsimile.]
Instrumental parts: violin I (10 copies), violin II (10 copies), viola (8 copies), cello (6 copies), bass (5 copies). Manuscript facsimile. 327 pp.
folder 3 C222. Symbolistic Study No. 5, op. 25. For orchestra.
List of instrumentation (pencil); undated. 1 p.
Full score (incomplete; consists of pp. 1-60 only). Fair copy (ink and pencil); undated. 60 pp. of music. Score labeled: “Original copy.”
Full score (incomplete; consists of pp. 1-57 only). Fair copy (ink); undated. 57 pp. Score labeled: “Extra copy.” Accompanied by manuscript note. 1 p.
folder 4 C223. Rudolph Gott Symphony, op. 95. For orchestra. [Sketches and drafts.]
Manuscript sketches and drafts (pencil, colored pencil, and ink); undated. 55 sheets.

Box 13

box 1 C223. Rudolph Gott Symphony, op. 95. [Bound score.]
Full score, with foreword written in composer’s hand. Fair copy (ink), bound in leather volume; dated 1934. 13 pp. of text, 311 pp. of music.
Accompanied by (interleaved in score):

  • Typescript documents pertaining to Rudolph Gott Symphony. 4 items:
    • “The Rudolph Gott Symphony: Notes.” Facsimile of typescript document by Arthur Farwell. 1 p. Accompanied by “Arthur Farwell and Rudolph Gott” by Brice Farwell. Facsimile of typescript document. 1 p.
    • Composer’s foreword to the Rudolph Gott Symphony. 4 pp.
    • “Pages of individual instrumental parts.” Typescript document. 1 p.
    • “Duplicated parts made for Arthur Farwell Rudolph Gott Symphony.” Typescript document. 1 p.
  • Compositions by Rudolph Gott:
    • For oboe and piano. Oboe part. Fair copy (ink); undated. 1 p.
    • In the Fields. For oboe and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 3 pp.
    • For treble instrument and piano. Draft of score (incomplete) (ink and pencil); undated. 4 pp.
    • [Illegible.] Manuscript sketches (ink); undated. 1 p.
    • Accompanied by manuscript note: “Rudolph Gott MSS which A.F. had left here with the symphony.” 1 p.
folder 2 C223. Rudolph Gott Symphony, op. 95. [Wind parts, manuscript facsimile.]
Instrumental parts (winds): flute I, flute II, flute III/piccolo, oboe I, oboe II, English horn, clarinet I, clarinet II, bass clarinet, bassoon I, bassoon II, double bassoon, horn I, horn II, horn III, horn IV. Manuscript facsimile, bound; undated. 264 pp. of music.
folder 3 C223. Rudolph Gott Symphony, op. 95. [Brass and percussion parts, manuscript facsimile.]
Instrumental parts (brass and percussion): trumpet I, trumpet II, trumpet III, trumpet IV, trombone I, trombone II, trombone III, tuba I, tuba II, timpani, long drum, small drum, cymbals and tam-tam. Manuscript facsimile, bound; undated. 116 pp. of music.

Box 14

folder 1 C223. Rudolph Gott Symphony, op. 95. [Violin I-II parts.]
Instrumental parts: violin I (7 copies), violin II (6 copies). Manuscript facsimile, bound; undated. 324 pp. of music.
folder 2 C223. Rudolph Gott Symphony, op. 95. [Viola, cello, and bass parts.]
Instrumental parts: viola (5 copies), cello (5 copies), bass (4 copies). Manuscript facsimile, bound; undated. 342 pp. of music.
folder 3 C224. Navajo War Dance No. 1, op. 110. For orchestra.
Full score. Ozalid manuscript; undated. 16 pp. Title on score: Navajo War Dance No. 1, op. 20, no. 1.
Full score. Fair copy (manuscript facsimile), bound; undated. 16 pp. Title on score: Navajo War Dance No. 1, op. 20, no. 1.
folder 4 C225. The Heroic Breed, op. 115. For orchestra. [Instrumental parts.]
Instrumental parts: flute I, flute II, piccolo (flute III), oboe I, oboe II, English horn, clarinet I in B flat and A, clarinet II in B flat and A, bass clarinet, bassoon I, bassoon II, contrabassoon, horn I in F, horn II in F, horn III in F, horn IV in F, trumpet I, trumpet II, trumpet III, trumpet IV, trombone I, trombone II, trombone III, tuba, timpani, percussion.
Ozalid manuscript; undated. 287 pp.

Box 15

folder 1 C225. The Heroic Breed, op. 115. [Score, manuscript facsimile.]
Composer’s notes, read at performance by the Young Mens’ Symphony Orchestra, New York, NY; dated April 29, 1946. Typescript. 1 p. 2 copies. Copy 1 has annotations in pencil. Copy 3 (duplicate facsimile).
Full score. Manuscript facsimile; undated. 77 pp.
folder 2 C225. The Heroic Breed, op. 115. [Score, facsimile of microfilm.]
Full score. Manuscript facsimile, reproduced from microfilm, with annotations in ink; undated. 90 pp.
folder 3 C226. Symbolistic Study No. 6, “Mountain Vision,” op. 37. For piano with string orchestra and second piano. [Two piano reduction, score.]
Two piano reduction. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 54 pp. of music.
folder 4 C226. Symbolistic Study No. 6, “Mountain Vision,” op. 37. [Solo piano part.]
Solo piano part, labeled “1st sketch—as Piano Solo.” Fair copy (ink); dated March 4, 1912. 28 pp.
folder 5 C226. Symbolistic Study No. 6, “Mountain Vision,” op. 37. [Orchestral score, manuscript facsimile.]
Full orchestral score. Manuscript facsimile, bound with hard cover; dated 1939. 57 pp. of music.
folder 6 C226. Symbolistic Study No. 6, “Mountain Vision,” op. 37. [Instrumental parts.]
Instrumental parts: piano 1 (solo piano), piano 2, violin 1 (6 copies), violin 2 (4 copies), viola (3 copies), cello (3 copies), bass (2 copies). Manuscript facsimile; undated. 181 pp.
folder 7 C228. Symphonic Hymn on “March! March!” op. 49. [Sketches and scores.]
Manuscript sketches (pencil); undated. 8 pp.
Reduced piano score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 22 pp. of music.
Full orchestral score. Fair copy (ink); dated October 25, 1921. 64 pp. of music. Affixed to blank pages before beginning of score:

  • Composer’s notes. Typescript; undated. 1 p.
  • “March! March!” For unison chorus and piano. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1916). 2 pp. of music.
  • Concert program from premiere; dated March 18, 1923. 8 pp. Program torn.
folder 8 C228. Symphonic Hymn on “March! March!” op. 49. [Instrumental parts.]
Instrumental parts: 1st flute, 2nd flute/piccolo, 1st oboe, 2nd oboe, English horn, 1st clarinet, 2nd clarinet, 1st bassoon, 2nd bassoon, 1st horn in F, 2nd horn in F, 3rd horn in F, 4th horn in F, 1st trumpet, 2nd trumpet, 3rd trumpet, 1st trombone, 2nd trombone, 3rd trombone, tuba, timpani, percussion, bass drum, triangle/cymbals, glockenspiel, small drum, 1st violin, 2nd violin, viola, cello, bass. Manuscript reproduction, printed by Composers & Publishers Service Co.; undated. 133 pp. of music.
folder 9 C228. Symphonic Hymn on “March! March!” op. 49. [Additional string parts.]
Instrumental parts (additional string parts): 1st violin (7 copies), 2nd violin (6 copies), viola (4 copies), cello (4 copies), bass (3 copies). Manuscript reproduction, printed by Composers & Publishers Service Co.; undated. 150 pp.

Box 16

folder 1 C229. Mountain Song, A Symphonic Song Ceremony of the High Sierras, op. 90. For orchestra with occasional choruses. [Sketches and draft of piano reduction.]
“IV.” Orchestral score (incomplete; consists of pp. 1-16 only). Fair copy (ink); undated. 16 pp.
“Mountain Song: From the Heights, No. 1.” Draft of reduced score (pencil and colored pencil); undated. 8 pp.
“Mystery” [mvmt. 9]. Draft of reduced score (pencil); undated. 4 pp.
“Mountain Song: Depths of Pines, No. 2.” Draft of reduced score (pencil); undated. 10 pp.
Manuscript sketches and untitled drafts (pencil, colored pencil, and ink); undated. 30 sheets.
folder 2 C229. Mountain Song, op. 90. [Sketches and notes; scores.]
Written notes relating to Mountain Song (pencil). 5 pp.
Manuscript sketches and written notes (pencil). 15 sheets.
Composer’s notes. Typescript; undated. 1 p.
Untitled. Reduced piano score (incomplete; missing p. 1 of score). Photostat negative; undated. 13 pp.
“4. Crags.” Full score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 22 pp. Pages numbered 17-38.
folder 3 C229. Mountain Song, op. 90. [Instrumental parts: “Introduction” and “Chorale of the Mountains.”]
“Introduction; Chorale of the Mountains.” Instrumental parts: flute I, flute II, flute III/piccolo, oboe I, oboe II, English horn, clarinet I, clarinet II, bass clarinet, bassoon I, bassoon II, horn I in F, horn II in F, horn III in F, horn IV in F, trumpet I, trumpet II, trumpet III, trombone I, trombone II, bass trombone, tuba, timpani, triangle/tam-tam/cymbal, violin I (7 copies), violin II (6 copies), viola (4 copies), violoncello (3 copies), bass (3 copies). Fair copies (ink); undated. 47 pp.
Accompanied by enclosing folder, labeled: “Orchestra Parts: Introduction and Choral of the Mountains.”
folder 4 C229. Mountain Song, op. 90. [Instrumental parts: mvmt. 1, “From the Heights.”]
“1. From the Heights.” Instrumental parts: flute I, flute II, flute III/piccolo, oboe I, oboe II, English horn, clarinet I in A, clarinet II in A, bass clarinet, bassoon I, bassoon II, horn I in F, horn II in F, horn III in F, horn IV in F, trumpet I in A, trumpet II in A, trumpet III in A, trombone I, trombone II, bass trombone, tuba, timpani, small drum and tam-tam, bass drum/cymbals/triangle, violin I (7 copies), violin II (6 copies), viola (4 copies), violoncello (3 copies), bass (3 copies), harp. Fair copies (ink), bound; undated. 91 pp. of music.
folder 5 C229. Mountain Song, op. 90. [Instrumental parts: mvmt. 3, “Depth of Pines.”]
“Depth of Pines” [movement 3]. Instrumental parts: flute I, flute II, flute III/piccolo, oboe I, oboe II, English horn, clarinet I in B flat, clarinet II in B flat, bass clarinet, bassoon I, bassoon II, horn I in F, horn II in F, horn III in F, horn IV in F, trumpet I, trumpet II, trumpet III, trombone I, trombone II, trombone III, tuba, timpani, snare drum and tam-tam, violin I (8 copies), violin II (7 copies), viola (5 copies), violoncello (5 copies), bass (5 copies), harp. Fair copies (ink), bound; undated. 131 pp. of music.
folder 6 C229. Mountain Song, op. 90. [Instrumental parts: mvmt. 4, “Chorale of the Forest, Deep, Deep.”]
“Chorale of the Forest, ‘Deep, Deep’” [movement 4]. Instrumental parts: horn 1 in F, horn 2 in F, horn 3 in F, horn 4 in F, tuba 1, tuba 2, violin I (8 copies), violin II (7 copies), viola (5 copies), cello (5 copies), bass (5 copies). Fair copies (ink); undated. 36 pp.
folder 7 C229. Mountain Song, op. 90. [Instrumental parts: mvmt. 5, “Azure Lake.”]
“3. Azure Lake.” Instrumental parts: flute I, flute II, flute III/piccolo, oboe I, oboe II, English horn, clarinet I in A and B flat, clarinet II in B flat, bass clarinet, bassoon I, bassoon II, horn I in F, horn II in F, horn III in F, horn IV in F, trumpet I, trumpet II, trumpet III, trombone I, trombone II, bass trombone, tuba, timpani, cymbals, celesta, violin I (8 copies), violin II (7 copies), viola (5 copies), violoncello (5 copies), bass (5 copies), harp. Fair copies (ink), bound; undated. 149 pp. of music.

Box 17

folder 1 C229. Mountain Song, op. 90. [Instrumental parts: mvmt. 6, “Chorale of the Lake.”]
“Chorale of the Lake” [movement 6]. Instrumental parts: flute 1, flute 2, flute 3, clarinet 1 in B flat, clarinet 2 in B flat, bassoon 1, horn 1, violin I (8 copies), violin II (7 copies), viola (5 copies), cello (5 copies), bass (5 copies). Fair copies (ink), bound; undated. 38 pp.
folder 2 C229. Mountain Song, op. 90. [Instrumental parts: mvmt. 7, “Crags.”]
“IV. Crags.” Instrumental parts: flute 1, flute 2/piccolo, oboe 1, oboe 2, English horn, clarinet 1 in A, clarinet 2 in A, bass clarinet, bassoon 1, bassoon 2, horn 1 in F, horn 2 in F, horn 3 in F, horn 4 in F, trumpet 1, trumpet 2, trumpet 3, trombone 1, trombone 2, trombone 3, tuba, timpani, bass drums, cymbal/triangle, snare drums/tam tam, violin I (8 copies), violin II (7 copies), viola (5 copies), violoncello (5 copies), bass (5 copies), harp. Fair copies (ink), bound; undated. 162 pp. of music.
folder 3 C229. Mountain Song, op. 90. [Instrumental parts: mvmt. 8, “Chorale of the Crags.”]
“Chorale of the Crags” [movement 8]. Instrumental parts: flute 1, flute 2, oboe 1, oboe 2, English horn, clarinet 1 in B flat, clarinet 2 in B flat, bassoon 1, bassoon 2, horn 1, horn 2, horn 3, horn 4, trumpet 1, trumpet 2, trumpet 3, trombone 1, trombone 2, trombone 3, tuba 1, tuba 2, violin I (8 copies), violin II (7 copies), viola (5 copies), violoncello (5 copies), bass (5 copies). Fair copies (ink), bound; undated. 51 pp.
folder 4 C229. Mountain Song, op. 90. [Instrumental parts: mvmt. 9, “Mystery.”]
“Mystery” [movement 9, string interlude]. Instrumental parts: violin I (8 copies), violin II (7 copies), viola (5 copies), violoncello (5 copies), bass (5 copies). Fair copies (ink), bound; undated. 55 pp. of music.
folder 5 C229. Mountain Song, op. 90. [Instrumental parts, winds: mvmt. 10, “Dawn and Day.”]
“Dawn and Day” [movement 10]. Instrumental parts: flute 1, flute 2, flute 3/piccolo, oboe I, oboe II, English horn, clarinet I, clarinet II, bass clarinet, bassoon I, bassoon II, double bassoon, horn I in F, horn II in F, horn III in F, horn IV in F, trumpet I, trumpet II, trumpet III, trombone I, trombone II, trombone III, tuba I, tuba II, timpani, small drum, bass drum/cymbals/tam-tam. Fair copies (ink), bound; undated. 90 pp. of music.
folder 6 C229. Mountain Song, op. 90. [Instrumental parts, strings: mvmt. 10, “Dawn and Day.”]
“Dawn and Day” [movement 10]. Instrumental parts: violin I (8 copies), violin II (7 copies), viola (5 copies), violoncello (5 copies), bass (5 copies), harp. Fair copies (ink), bound; undated. 198 pp. of music.
folder 7 C229. Mountain Song, op. 90. [Choral parts: mvmt. 1, “Chorale of the Mountains.”]
“Chorale of the Mountains” [movement 1]. Choral score. Manuscript facsimile; undated. 2 pp. 30 copies.
folder 8 C229. Mountain Song, op. 90. [Choral parts: mvmt. 3, “Depth of Pines.”]
“2. Depth of Pines” [movement 3]. Choral score. Manuscript facsimile; undated. 6 pp. 30 copies.

Box 18

folder 1 C231. Pageant Scene, op. 39. For small orchestra, adapted from music for the Pageant of Meriden, NH.
Full score. Fair copy (ink); dated 1913. 51 pp. of music.
folder 2 C232. The Gods of the Mountain, op. 52. [Trio version.]
Suite for violin, violoncello, and piano (“arranged from the original version for violin, violoncello, and harp”). Full score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 34 pp. of music.
Instrumental parts: violin, violoncello. Fair copies (ink); undated. 14 pp. of music.
Also in folder: blank manuscript paper. 2 sheets. On first sheet: “The Coming of Song.”
folder 3 C232. The Gods of the Mountain, op. 52. Incidental music for the play by Lord Dunsany. [Orchestral version.]
Composer’s notes. Typescript; undated. 1 p.
Manuscript sketches (pencil and colored pencil); undated. 10 pp. of music.
The Gods of the Mountain, op. 52. Suite for orchestra. Full score. Fair copy (ink), with performance markings in pencil and colored pencil; dated July 22, 1926. 73 pp. of music. Affixed to blank pages before beginning of score:

  • Excerpt from concert program (Detroit International Music Festival); dated May 30, 1935. 1 p.
  • Program notes. 2 pp.
  • Concert program (Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra); dated January 2, 1930. 16 pp.
folder 4 C232. The Gods of the Mountain, op. 52. [Orchestral version, wind parts.]
Instrumental parts: flute I, flute II, flute III/piccolo, oboe I, oboe II, English horn, clarinet I in A and B flat, clarinet II in A and B flat, bass clarinet in A and B flat, bassoon I, bassoon II, contrabassoon, horn I in F, horn II in F, horn III in F, horn IV in F, trumpet I in B flat and A, trumpet II in B flat and A, trumpet III in B flat and A, trombone I, trombone II, trombone III, tuba, tympani, triangle, tambourine, Oriental drum, cymbals and tam-tam, bass drum. Fair copies (black and red ink); undated. 81 pp. of music.
folder 5 C232. The Gods of the Mountain, op. 52. [Orchestral version, string parts.]
Instrumental parts: violin I (8 copies), violin II (6 copies), viola (5 copies), cello (5 copies), bass (4 copies), harp. Fair copies (black and red ink); undated. 178 pp. of music.
folder 6 C233. Prelude to a Spiritual Drama, op. 76.
Manuscript sketches (pencil); dated “Christmas holidays 1927.” 9 pp.
Oversized items (instrumental parts, Ozalid manuscript) separated; see Box 47, Folder 7.

Sub-series G: Other Compositions and Sketches

folder 7 “Dance of the Seven Wails.”
Manuscript sketches for a “Cat Ballet (moments of parody on Richard Strauss)” (pencil); undated. 8 pp.
folder 8 Unknown composition dated May 1936.
Untitled composition for piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated May 1936. 2 pp. Accompanied by manuscript note: “Unknown, unnumbered Arthur Farwell (song setting?) dated with and found with the 1936 opus 101 Emily Dickinson songs.” 1 p.
folder 9 Unfinished compositions.
Title page: “Unfinished Compositions” (ink); undated. 1 p.
“Symbolistic Study No. 7, ‘Child Roland to the Dark Tower Came.’” Manuscript sketches (pencil and ink); undated. 1 p.
Untitled sketches (pencil); undated. 2 pp.
Untitled sketches and draft materials (pencil); undated. 9 sheets.
Untitled sketches (pencil); dated September 7, 1928 (Lake Superior). 1 p.
Untitled sketches (pencil); undated. 1 p.
Untitled sketches (ink); undated. 6 pp.
Blank manuscript paper; undated. 1 sheet.
Monthly statement (invoice) from Clyde E. McDannald, MD; dated February 1, 1951. 1 p.
Manuscript notes (pencil); undated. 1 p.
Advertisement for KIA instrument methods and orchestral folios, G. Schirmer. 1 p.
List of publications by Wa-Wan Press; undated. 2 pp.
Manuscript sketches, titled “4tet” (pencil); undated. 4 sheets.
Front cover to Henry F. Gilbert, Celtic Studies (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press). 1 p.
Advertisement for G. Schirmer; undated. 1 p. Annotation on page: “Symbolistic Studies.”
Untitled sketches (pencil); undated. 2 pp.
“Sister Beatrice.” Manuscript sketches (pencil); undated. 1 p.
Untitled sketches (pencil); undated. 1 p.
Untitled sketches (pencil); undated. 1 p. of music. (2 sheets.)
Manuscript notes for “The Tempest: Symphonic Poem” (pencil); undated. 3 pp.
Untitled sketches (pencil); undated. 3 pp. First line of vocal part: “Give me a golden pen.”
Title page: “In the Tetons” (pencil and colored pencil); undated. 1 p.
Title page: “A.F. origl. contents of folder start here – undisturbed” (pencil). 1 p.
“The Mother’s Vow.” Harmonized by Arthur Farwell. Incomplete draft of score (ink and pencil); undated. 2 pp.

  • See also Box 6, Folders 7-8.

“Ch. Hanson Towne.” Manuscript sketches (pencil); undated. 2 sheets.
“Misc. Unidentified Notes.” Assorted manuscript sketches and drafts, untitled (pencil); undated. 10 sheets.

folder 10 Sketchbook [1].
Sketchbook, without cover; undated. 16 sheets. Contains untitled manuscript sketches in pencil and ink as well as loose pages.
folder 11 Sketchbook [2].
Sketchbook, with leather cover; undated. Cover and 18 sheets. Contains untitled manuscript sketches in pencil and ink as well as loose pages.
folder 12 Sketchbook—Harmonic explorations.
Collection of manuscript sketches (pencil and ink) and facsimiles. 35 sheets. Title on cover: “Harmonic Explorations with Given Scales.”
folder 13 Sketches.
Assorted loose sketches (pencil and ink) and facsimiles; undated. 29 sheets.

Box 19

box 1 Unidentified compositions.
Assorted loose sketches (pencil and ink) and facsimiles; undated. 254 sheets.

Series 2: Music by Other Composers

Box 19 [cont.]

folder 1 Unidentified compositions.
Assorted loose sketches (pencil and ink) and facsimiles; undated. 254 sheets.
folder 2 Ayres, Frederic. [Manuscript scores.]
“Americanesque.” For solo piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 14 pp. of music.
“Come Unto These Yellow Sands.” Text by Shakespeare. Vocal part. Fair copy (ink); undated. 1 p.
Fantasy, op. 17. For solo piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 16 pp.
“Land Dirge (The White Devil).” For voice and piano. Text by John Webster. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 2 pp. of music.
“Sea Dirge.” Text by Shakespeare. Vocal part. Fair copy (ink); undated. 1 p.
Trio. For violin, violoncello, and piano. Three versions:

  • Version A (in E). Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 12 pp.
  • Version B (in C). Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 18 pp.
  • Version C (in C). Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 15 pp.

“The Veteran of Heaven.” For voice and piano. Text by Francis Thompson. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 7 pp. Inscription on first page of score “For Arthur Farwell.”
“When the Bee Sucks,” op. 3, no. 2. For voice and piano. Text by Shakespeare, from The Tempest. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 3 pp.

folder 3 Ayers, Frederic. [Scores published by Wa-Wan Press.]
“Come Unto These Yellow Sands,” op. 3, no. 3. For voice and piano. Text by Shakespeare (from The Tempsest). Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1907). 3 pp. of music. 2 copies.
“Hesper,” op. 6, no. 2. For voice and piano. Text by Henry Van Dyke. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1911. 3 pp. of music.
“Sea Dirge,” op. 4, no. 2. For voice and piano. Text by Shakespeare (from The Tempest). Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1907). 3 pp. of music. 3 copies. Copy 1 accompanied by envelope containing manuscript notes (pencil). 3 pp.
“Where the Bee Sucks,” op. 3, no. 2. For voice and piano. Text by Shakespeare (from The Tempest). Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1907). 3 pp. of music. 3 copies.
folder 4 Ayers, Frederic. [Music published by G. Schirmer.]
“Lullaby,” op. 6, no. 3. For voice and piano. Text by Margaret Tod Ritter. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1923). 5 pp. of music.
“Mandalay.” For low voice and piano. Text by Rudyard Kipling. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1924). 9 pp. of music.
“Moonlight,” op. 12, no. 2. An intermezzo for the pianoforte. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1917). 5 pp. of music. Inscription on front cover to “Mrs. Arthur Farwell … 1917.”
“My Love in Her Attire.” For medium voice and piano. Text anonymous. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1924). 3 pp. of music.
“The Open Road,” op. 11. A brilliant intermezzo for the pianoforte. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1916). 12 pp. of music.
“The Song of the Panthan Girl.” For high voice and piano. Text by Rudyard Kipling. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1921). 7 pp. of music.
“The Stranded Ship.” For low voice and piano. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1924). 12 pp. of music. 2 copies. Copy 1 has inscription on front cover (“For Arthur Farwell …”).
“Strong as Death.” For high voice and piano. Text by Henry Cuyler Bunner. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1921). 5 pp. of music.
“Sunset Wings,” op. 8. For high voice and piano. Text by Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1918). 6 pp. of music. Inscription on front cover of score (“For Arthur Farwell …”).
Trio in D minor for piano, violin, and violoncello. Published score and parts (New York: G. Schirmer, 1925). 62 pp. of music. Inscription on front cover of score (“For Arthur Farwell …”).
“The Twa Corbies,” op. 5, no. 1. For voice and piano. Text anonymous. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1918). 5 pp. of music. Inscription on front cover of score (“Arthur Farwell …”).
folder 5 Baron, Maurice.
Publicity brochure for compositions by Maurice Baron, issued by M. Baron Co. and Éditions Philippe Fougères. 2 pp.
“Trois chansons dansantes (Three dancing tunes).” For medium voice and piano. English texts by Irwin Rowan. Published score (New York: M. Baron Co., 1950). 15 pp. of music. Inscription on front cover of score (“Pour Mr. Arthur Farwell …”).
folder 6 Beach, John. [Manuscript scores.]
“I Have a Rendezvous with Death.” For voice and piano. Text by Alan Seeger. Score. Fair copy (ink, copied by Barton Cantrell, September 11, 1970). 5 pp. of music.
folder 7 Beach, John. [Music published by Wa-Wan Press.]
“A Garden Fancy.” For solo piano. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1907). 3 pp. of music. 2 copies.
“Ici-bas.” For voice and piano. Text by Sully Prudhomme. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1903). 2 pp. of music.
“In a Gondola.” Dramatic monologue for baritone and piano. Text by Robert Browning. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1905). 16 pp. of music.
Intermezzo. For solo piano. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1905). 7 pp.
Intermezzo. For solo piano. No. 2 in Two Compositions for Pianoforte (published with Mazurka by Arthur Shepherd). Published volume (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1905). 16 pp.
“Is She Not Pure Gold.” For voice and piano. Text by Robert Browning. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1907). 3 pp. of music. 2 copies.
“Monologue.” For solo piano. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1907). 4 pp. of music.
New Orleans Miniatures. For solo piano. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1906). 19 pp.
Rhapsody. For solo piano. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1907). 5 pp. of music.
“Take, O, Take Those Lips Away.” For voice and piano. Text by Shakespeare (from Measure for Measure). Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1906). 2 pp. of music. 2 copies.
Three Songs. For voice and piano. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1904). 13 pp. Accompanied by manuscript list of compositions by John Beach published by Wa-Wan Press. 1 p.
“‘Twas in a World of Living Leaves.” For voice and piano. Text by William Ernest Henley. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1903). 3 pp. of music. 2 copies.“A Woman’s Last Word.” For voice and piano. Text by Robert Browning. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1903). 5 pp. of music.
folder 8 Beach, John. [Music published by G. Schirmer.]
“Clark Street Bridge.” For medium voice and piano. Text by Carl Sandburg. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1923). 5 pp. of music.
“The Cup of Dew.” For medium voice and piano. Text by James Oppenheim. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1928). 5 pp. of music.
“Passers-by.” For medium voice and piano. Text by Carl Sandburg. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1923). 5 pp. of music.
“Wings.” For medium voice and piano. Text by James Oppenheim. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1928). 5 pp. of music.
folder 9 Bergh, Arthur.
The Raven, op. 20. A melodrama for narrator and piano. Text by Edgar Allan Poe. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1910). 24 pp. of music.
folder 10 Branscombe, Gena.
“What Are We Two?” For voice and piano. Text by Robert Browning. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1905). 3 pp. of music.

Box 20

folder 1 Campbell-Tipton, Louis.
Four Sea Lyrics. A song cycle for voice and piano. Text by Arthur Symons. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1907). 21 pp.
folder 2 Gilbert, Henry F.
“Faery Song.” For voice and piano. Text by W. B. Yeats. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1905). 4 pp. of music.
Indian Scenes. Five pieces for the pianoforte. Published score (New York: H. W. Gray Co., 1912). 23 pp.
“The Island of the Fay.” For solo piano. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1904). 12 pp.
“Orlamonde.” For voice and piano. Text by Maurice Maeterlinck. Translated by Mary J. Serrano. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1907). 5 pp. of music. 2 copies.
“The Owl.” For medium voice and piano. Text by Tennyson. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1910). 3 pp. of music.
“Poem by a Viking Skald.” For baritone or tenor robusto and piano. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1905). 6 pp. of music.
“Salammbô’s Invocation to Tänith.” For voice and piano. Text by Gustave Flaubert. In Three Songs (published with songs by Arthur Reginald Little). Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1902). 15 pp.
folder 3 Goldmark, Rubin.
“I Have Done, Put by the Lute,” op. 10, no. 4. For voice and piano. Words by Duncan Campbell Scott. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1908). 3 pp. of music.
folder 4 Herbert, Dorothy.
Flyer for performance of Bill of Rights by Dorothy Herbert. 1 p.
“To Cynthia.” For voice and piano. Facsimile of manuscript score; undated. 3 pp.
“What Did Sadie Say.” For voice and piano. Published score (New York: D. Herbert, 1943). 4 pp. of music. Inscription on front cover of score (“For my distinguished friend Arthur Farwell …”).
folder 5 Ide, Chester.
“Lovers of the Wild.” For voice and piano. Text by R. L. Stevenson. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1907). 3 pp. of music.
“Waltz—To Margaret.” For solo piano. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1907). 3 pp. of music.
folder 6 Kelley, Edgar Stillman.
“Israfel,” op. 8, no. 2. For voice and piano. Text by Edgar Allan Poe. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1901). 8 pp. of music.
folder 7 Kreider, Noble W. [Manuscript sketches and drafts.]
“In Delilah’s House.” For piano. Draft of score (pencil); undated. 3 pp. Annotation on first page of score: “obsolete; revised in pf. suite ­1937.”
Legend, op. 1, no. 2. For piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 9 pp. of music.
Minuet. For solo piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 3 pp.
Mazurka. For cello and piano. Draft of score (pencil); undated. 10 pp.
Nocturne. For voice and piano. Text by Sappho Carman. Draft of score (pencil); dated March 1931. 8 pp.
Prelude, op. 8. For solo piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 6 pp. of music.
Prelude. For violin and piano. Draft of score (pencil); dated December 22, 1917. 3 pp.
“Sapphic.” For solo piano. Score. Manuscript facsimile, bound; undated. 6 pp. Inscription on first page of score: “To my friend of many years Arthur Farwell.”
“To Celia.” For voice and piano. Draft of score (pencil); dated 1927. 3 pp. of music.
“Transfiguration.” For keyboard. Manuscript sketches (ink); dated 1934. 1 p.
“Tristesse.” For voice and piano. Text by Charles H. Marsh. Score. Fair copy (ink); dated August 1, 1940. 3 pp.
Valse. For solo piano. Score. Draft of score (pencil); dated 1915. 5 pp. of music.
“Vision of Angel” (Scene 9). For solo piano. Draft of score (pencil); undated. 1 p.
“When the Day Darkens.” For voice and piano. Text by Fiona Macleod. Draft of score (pencil); undated. 3 pp. of music.
Untitled compositions and drafts for solo piano. 4 scores (pencil and ink); 1 dated May 1925; 3 undated. 8 pp. of music.
folder 8 Kreider, Noble W. [Published scores and facsimiles.]
Ballad, op. 3. For solo piano. Facsimile of published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1906). 11 pp.
Impromptu, op. 5. For solo piano. Facsimile of published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1907). 8 pp.
Nocturn, op. 4, no. 2. For solo piano. Facsimile of published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1907). 6 pp.
Six Preludes, op. 7. For solo piano. Facsimile of published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1910). 11 pp.
Study, op. 6, no. 1. For solo piano. Facsimile of published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1908). 4 pp.
Study, op. 6, no. 2. For solo piano. Facsimile of published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1908). 6 pp.
“Sword-storms, Giddy with Slaughter,” op. 9, no. 3. For solo piano. Published score (New York: G. Schirmer, 1913). 11 pp. of music.
folder 9 Little, Alfred E.
“The Lament of Deirdré” and “I Look Into My Glass.” For voice and piano. Texts by Samuel Ferguson (translation) and Thomas Hardy, respectively. In Three Songs. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1903). 13 pp. Published with “Love’s Secret” by Arthur Farwell.
folder 10 Loomis, Harvey Worthington.
Lyrics of the Red-Man, op. 76. For solo piano. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1903). 15 pp.
“Morning Song.” For voice and piano. Text by Robert Browning. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1907). 3 pp.
folder 11 Oldberg, Arne.
Intermezzo, op. 27, no. 2. For solo piano. No. 2 in Three Miniatures. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1908). 3 pp. of music.
folder 12 Shepherd, Arthur.
Five Songs, op. 7. For high voice and piano. Texts by James Russell Lowell. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1909). 21 pp. of music.
folder 13 Troyer, Carlos.
“Hymn to the Sun.” For voice and piano. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1909). 6 pp. of music. 2 copies.
“The Sunrise Call.” For voice and piano. No. 3 in Traditional Zuni Songs. Published score (Newton Center, MA: Wa-Wan Press, 1904). 4 pp. of music.
folder 14 Unknown composer.
“Ellen Bayne.” For voice and piano. Score. Fair copy (ink); undated. 2 pp. Accompanied by manuscript note: “Not known to be by Farwell. Found in his collection—may be from some pageant he worked on.”

Series 3: Performance Materials

Box 21

folder 1 Programs, 1911-22.
Concert programs, lyric sheets, and facsimiles; dated between July 4, 1911, and December 13, [1922]. 13 items.

  • Oversized item (concert program dated July 1921) separated; see Box 48, Folder 11.
folder 2 Programs, 1923-25.
Concert programs; dated between January 25, 1923, and July 1925. 7 items.
Also in folder:

  • Concert program for Paul Whiteman and his orchestra’s transcontinental concert tour, season 1924-1925.
folder 3 Programs, 1926-28.
Concert and festival programs; dated between April 16, 1926, and December 19, 1928. 4 items.
folder 4 Programs, 1930-34.
Concert programs; dated between January 2, 1930, and April 25, 1934. 11 items.
folder 5 Programs, 1935-37.
Concert programs; dated between April 1, 1935, and September 1937. 12 items.
folder 6 Programs, 1938.
Concert programs; dated between February 13 and December 6, 1938. 9 items.
Concert programs dated February 21, 1938 (2 copies), accompanied by press clipping. 1 p
folder 7 Programs, 1939.
Concert programs and publicity materials; dated between January 2 and December 13, 1939. 15 items.
folder 8 Programs, 1940-42.
Concert programs and publicity materials; dated between February 25, 1940, and August 26, 1942. 18 items.

  • On reverse of concert program dated December 27, [1940], copy 2: correspondence from Morris and Sylvia Hochberg to Arthur Farwell (ink); dated December 19, 1940. 1 p.
folder 9 Programs, 1943-44.
Concert programs and publicity materials; dated between January 15, 1943, and October 31, 1944. 14 items.

  • Concert program dated September 2, 1944, accompanied by press clipping. 1 p.
folder 10 Programs, 1945-47.
Concert programs and publicity materials; dated between January 29, 1945, and March 28, 1947; 3 undated. 16 items.
folder 11 Programs, 1948-49.
Concert and ceremony programs and publicity materials; dated between January 24, 1948, and October 4, 1949. 7 items.
folder 12 Programs, undated.
Concert programs and publicity materials; undated. 7 items.

  • Oversized item (concert poster) separated; see Box 47, Folder 8.
folder 13 Other material.
Press clipping pertaining to Sister Beatrice (staring Gertrude Farwell, with incidental music by Arthur Farwell); undated. 2 pp.
Myrle Wright, “The New York Community Chorus,” National Magazine (November 1916), pp. 225-229. 5 pp.
The Aeolian, vol. 4, no. 1 (February-March 1933). 8 pp.
“Five Years—A Birthday.” Brochure; dated January 15, 1922. 2 pp.
folder 14 Program notes and materials.
Dawn: A Fantasy for Orchestra on Indian Themes. 1 item:
Composer’s notes (typescript); undated. 2 pp.
The Domain of Hurakan. 1 item:
Composer’s notes (typescript); undated. 1 p.
The Garden of Paradise. By Edward Sheldon; music by Arthur Farwell. 1 item:
Typescript transcription of concert review (from the New York Times; dated November 30, 1914). 1 p.
The Gods of the Mountain. 1 item:
Program notes (typescript); undated. 1 p.
The Heroic Breed. 7 items:
Brief program note (typescript), labeled “1”; undated. 1 p.
Program note (typescript), labeled “2”; undated. 1 p.
Program note (typescript), labeled “3”; undated. 1 p. 3 copies.
“Corrections for score of The Heroic Breed.” Typescript document; undated. 1 p. 2 copies.
“Notes on the composer’s intentions.” Typescript document; undated. 1 p. 4 copies.
Correspondence from “Beatrice” to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 ink); dated August 23, 1948; 1 undated. 4 pp.
Mountain Song. Composer’s notes and texts of lyrics (typescript); undated. 8 pp.
Prelude to a Spiritual Drama. 3 items:
Composer’s notes (typescript); dated 1927. 1 p.
Composer’s notes (typescript); undated. 1 p.
Composer’s notes for Prelude to a Spiritual Drama and Symphonic Song on “Old Black Joe” (typescript); undated. 2 pp.
Primavera. 1 item:
Letter from Jas. D. Rowsley (Treasurer, La Primavera Association) pertaining to receipt of the scores and script for Primavera. 1 letter (typescript, signed in ink); dated June 15, 1920. 1 p.
Quintet, op. 103. 2 items:
Composer’s notes (typescript); undated. 1 p.
Program notes (typescript); undated. 1 p.
Rudolph Gott Symphony. 2 items:
Composer’s notes (typescript, signed in ink); undated. 1 p.
Untitled excerpt from unidentified text (labeled p. 35) (typescript); undated. 1 p. First line: “you, that when the eyes are opened to heaven and earth, they see heaven in the earth, and the earth in heaven.”
Symbolistic Study No. 3. 1 item.
Composer’s notes (typescript); undated. 1 p.
Symbolistic Study No. 6. 3 items:
Program notes (typescript); dated September 1945. 1 p.
Composer’s notes (typescript); undated. 2 pp.
Composer’s notes (typescript); undated. 1 p.
Symphonic Hymn on “March! March!” 2 items:
Composer’s notes (typescript); undated. 1 p.
Composer’s notes for Symphonic Hymn on “March! March!” and Symphonic Song on “Old Black Joe” (typescript); undated. 1 p.
Symphonic Song on “Old Black Joe.” 1 item:
Composer’s notes (typescript); undated. 1 p.
folder 14 Community music: performance/production materials.
Texts from songs from concert (“Festival Concert of the compositions of Arthur Farwell”); dated April 23, 1925. 2 pp.
“A Call to a National Conference on Community Music.” From unidentified source; undated [1917]. 2 pp.
Press clipping (“How Buffalo Answers Community Roll Call,” Musical America, May 26, 1917, p. 21). 1 p.
folder 15 New York Community Chorus: performance/production materials.
Publicity and press materials. 12 items:
The Community Chorus (newsletter), vol. 1, no. 3 (January 1919). 4 pp.
Circular for concert (“Song and Light”; dated August 1, 1916). 1 p.
Concert program (“Song and Light”); dated September 13, 1916. 4 pp.
Press clippings (pertaining to performances by the New York Community Chorus); dated 1916. 8 items.

  • Oversized items (press clippings) separated; see Box 48, Folder 3.

“Harry Barnhart’s Community Chorus after the Rehearsal, Sept. 4, 1916.” Carbon copy of manuscript reflections (copied on the day of the funeral service for Harry Barnhart, September 7, 1948, by Storrs H. Seeley). 2 pp.
Photographs. 3 items:
Photograph of the lighting for the proscenium at the Song and Light Festival, Central Park, New York, NY; undated [1916]. 1 black and white photograph, 8” x 10”. Photograph attributed to the New York Edison Co.

  • See also Box 41, Folder 40, for duplicate print.

Photograph of a lantern at the Song and Light Festival; undated [1916]. 1 black and white photograph, 8” x 10”.
Photograph of an archway at Central Park, New York, NY, during the Song and Light Festival; undated [1916]. 1 black and white photograph, 8” x 10”.

folder 16 Pageant of Darien: performance/production materials.
Facsimile of pages from The Pageant of Darien: Book of Words by William Chauncy Langdon. 2 pp.
folder 17 Pageant of Meriden: performance/production materials.
The Pageant of Meriden: Book of Words by William Chauncy Langdon. Published, bound volume, with annotations in pencil; dated 1913. 64 pp.
Fawnskin Folks, June 1925.
folder 18 Pageant of St. Johnsbury: performance/production materials.
Facsimile of pages from The Pageant of St. Johnsbury: Book of Words by William Chauncy Langdon; dated August 15-17, 1912. 5 pp.
“The Pageant of St. Johnsbury.” Facsimile of pages from unidentified volume (chapter 41, pp. 552-561). 5 pp.
folder 19 Pasadena Community Music: performance/production materials.
Concert programs and facsimiles; dated between April 10, 1922, and July 30, 1923. 3 items.
“Word Sheet No. 3: Pasadena Community Music Meetings.” Typescript song sheet. 2 pp. 2 copies.
“Word Sheet: Pasadena Community Music Meeting.” Typescript song sheet. 4 pp.
“Pasadena Community Music Meetings: A Statement of Some of Their Objects and Principles.” Typescript brochure; undated. 4 pp. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile). 2 pp.
“Contemporary Music Newsletter,” vol. 5, no. 4 (September-October 1971). 8 pp.
folder 20 Santa Barbara: performance/production materials.
Concert program (“Thanksgiving Song Rally”); dated 1921. 2 pp.
“Spanish Song Sheet: The Santa Barbara Community Chorus.” Typescript sheet of song texts and translations. 2 pp.

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