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Box: 1 Fold: 98 Alberto Ginastera
1969

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from composer Alberto Ginastera (1916-83): ALS with envelope dated "Buenos Aires 1968/69." Written by Mercedes Ginastera and jointly signed with her husband Alberto Ginastera. Reference to preparing for a performance of Ginastera's opera "Beatric Cenci."

Includes xerox copy of TLS dated 4/16/1983, from Ginastera to Guillermo Espinosa with reference to the Interamerican Music Festival of which Espinosa was founder.

Box: 1 Fold: 99 Alberto Ginastera
September 6, 1977

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Alberto Ginastera: TLS dated 9/6/1977. Includes promotional flyers on Ginastera and Aurora Natola-Ginastera. Also includes discography by Lewis Foreman and a catalog of Ginastera's published works (1976).

Box: 1 Fold: 100 Alberto Ginastera - "Beatrix Cenci" Libretto
1971

DESCRIPTION: Printed libretto for "Beatrix Cenci" opera in two acts by Alberto Ginastera. Libretto by William Shand and Alberto Girri, English translation by William Shand. Commissioned by the Opera Society of Washington, Inc. (1971).



Box: 1 Fold: 101 Alberto Ginastera - Articles by Paul Hume
July 1965 & undated

DESCRIPTION: Article on Alberto Ginastera by Paul Hume, published in the Inter-American Music Bulletin (July 1965). Includes typescript by Hume, "Alberto Ginastera -- An Appreciation -- All too Inadequate" (undated).

Box: 1 Fold: 102 Alberto Ginastera - Newsclippings
1967 & 1978

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper articles on Alberto Ginastera by Paul Hume. Reference to Ginastera's Cello Concerto as well as his opera "Bomarzo."

Box: 1 Fold: 103 Ray Green
May 14, 1951

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from composer Ray Green (c.1907/08- ): TLS dated 5/14/1951. Reference to visit of Dr. Johann Sittner, director of the Austrian State Academy of Music and the Performing Arts, in Vienna.

Box: 1 Fold: 104 Joseph C. Grew
February 7, 1955

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Joseph C. Grew: TLS dated 2/7/1955. Reference to a radio broadcast by Hume of music selections made by Grew. Grew also refers to his acquaintance with Fritz Kreisler (1875-1962).

Box: 1 Fold: 105 Roland Hayes
September 25, 1948

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from composer Roland Hayes (1887-1977): TLS dated 9/25/1948 with envelope (2 pages/2 sheets). Reference to his teaching experiences, to song "Lit'l Boy" and to his book of songs, "My Songs."

Box: 1 Fold: 106 Helmut Hein
July 15, 1981

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Helmut Hein: TLS dated 7/15/1981. Reference to the Heidelberg Castle Festival and invitation to Hume to attend.

Box: 1 Fold: 107 Stephan Hero
May 26, 1952

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Stephan Hero: TLS dated 5/26/1952. Reference to pianist David Bar-Illan.

Box: 1 Fold: 108 Frederic A. Heutte
February 1, 1977

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Frederic A. Heutte, fine arts librarian, University of Maryland: TLS dated 2/1/1977. Includes xerox copy of results of a "Name that tune" contest organized by Heutte.

Box: 1 Fold: 108.1 Wanda T. Horowitz
April 3, 1978

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Wanda T. Horowitz, wife of pianist Vladimir Horowitz: ALS dated 4/3/1978, with envelope. Reference to review by Hume of Horowitz.

Box: 1 Fold: 109 Richard Hundley
September 1990

DESCRIPTION: Xerox copy of sheet music by Richard Hundley, entitled, "Octaves and Sweet Sounds: Five Songs to Contemporary Poets," (1990). Inscribed and signed: "For Paul Hume who loves music! With admiration and all regards, warmly, Richard. Sept. 1990."

Box: 1 Fold: 110 James Johnson
1981

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from James Johnson: 2 TLS dated 5/7/1981 and 5/21/1981. Reference to the James Johnson Chorale. Includes program for a Valentine's Day concert by the group.

Box: 1 Fold: 111 Sergius Kagen
April 10, 1949

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from composer Sergius Kagen (1909-64): ALS dated 4/10/1949 (1 page). Reference to a review by Hume of Kagen's book, "Music for the Voice."

Box: 1 Fold: 112 Mrs. Louis Kaufman
March 5, 1981

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Annette, wife of Louis Kaufman (1905-93): ALS dated 3/5/1981 (1 page). Reference to recordings made by Kaufman and to the latter's collaboration with composers such as Aaron Copland and Robert Russell Bennett.

Box: 1 Fold: 113 Mrs. Alexander Kipnis
1973

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Mildred, wife of bass baritone Alexander Kipnis (1891-1978): 2 ALS dated 2/12/1973 with envelope and 3/29/c.1973. Letters of appreciation for Hume's article honoring Kipnis' 80th birthday.

Box: 1 Fold: 114 Ellis Kohs
February 1, 1948

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from composer Ellis B. Kohs (1916- ): TLS dated 2/1/1948 (1 page). Reference to Kohs' decision to look for a new position "whether in the academic field or not."

Box: 1 Fold: 115 Serge Koussevitsky
January 3, 1949

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from conductor Serge Koussevitsky (1874-1951): TLS dated 1/3/1949. Reference to proposed concert program for an upcoming performance in Washington, D.C.

Box: 1 Fold: 116 Serge Koussevitsky - Beethoven Festival Program
December 2-6, 1930

DESCRIPTION: Printed program for the Beethoven Festival by the Boston Symphony Orchestra led by conductor Serge Koussevitsky, December 2-6, 1930.

Box: 1 Fold: 117 Koussevitsky Music Foundations
c.1950

DESCRIPTION: Brochure for the Koussevitsky Music Foundation, Inc. and Serge Koussevitsky Music Foundation in the Library of Congress.

Box: 1 Fold: 118 Lili Kraus
August 27, 1973

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Lili Kraus (1903-1986): TLS dated 8/27/1973. Reference to Hume's wife Ruth and son Michael.

Box: 1 Fold: 119 John La Montaine
undated

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from composer John La Montaine (1920- ): TLS undated with composer's notes (signed) re "Nonsense Songs from Mother Goose for Male Voices and Piano." Reference also to his piece, "The Song of Solomon."

Box: 1 Fold: 120 Paul H. Lang
1963-1970

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Paul H. Lang (1901-91): ALS dated 10/8/1970 (4 pages/2 sheets). Reference to Ignace Jan Paderewski, particularly his creative inspiration and relationship with the piano and Poland. Includes typed copy of a letter by Lang to Mrs. Porter, a former student, congratulating her on her new position as a music critic.

Box: 1 Fold: 121 Justin Lawrie
1947 & 1950

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Justin Lawrie: 2 TLS dated 11/14/1947 and 3/17/1950. Reference to a prospective concert by Hume at the Foundry Methodist Church, and to Hume's work as music critic.

Box: 1 Fold: 122 Warner Lawson
November 26, 1947

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Warner Lawson (1903-71): TLS dated 11/26/1947. Compliments Hume on his performance at the Foundry Methodist Church, as well as on Hume's article re musicianship.

Box: 1 Fold: 123 Benjamin Lees
January 27, 1964

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from composer Benjamin Lees (1924- ): TLS dated 1/27/1964. Reference to article by Hume re lack of offerings of contemporary music and Lees' own difficulties finding local venues for his contemporary compositions. Lees notes, however, that the "Kansas City Philharmonic has engaged the Paganini String Quartet to perform my Concerto for String Quartet and Orchestra."

Box: 1 Fold: 124 Walter Legge
1960

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from music critic and producer Walter Legge (1906-79): TLS dated 5/3/1960 (1 page). Includes typed copies of 2 letters from Neville Cardus to Legge dated 4/28/1960 & 4/29/1960 with reply from Legge dated 4/30/1960. Reference to Legge's writings in music criticism. Includes reprint of article by Legge entitled, "The Critics Criticized," (Philharmonia Concert Society Ltd., 4/28/1960). Also empty airmail envelope postmarked 1/19/1968.

Box: 1 Fold: 125 Walter Legge - Memoir by Elizabeth Schwarzkopf
1982

DESCRIPTION: Typescript of book review by Paul Hume of a biography on Walter Legge by his wife Elizabeth Schwarzkopf, entitled, "On and Off the Record: a Memoir of Walter Legge," (Scribners, 1982).

Box: 1 Fold: 126 Walter Legge - Clippings
1979

DESCRIPTION: News release re suspension of activities of the Philharmonia Orchestra in London founded by Walter Legge. Includes clipping of obituary article by Paul Hume (3/26/1979).

Box: 1 Fold: 127 Lotte Lehmann
October 30, 1960

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from opera singer Lotte Lehmann(1888-1976): TLS dated 10/30/1960. Reference to an article on Lehmann by Hume.

Box: 1 Fold: 127.1 Lotte Lehmann
November 13, 1960

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Lotte Lehmann: TLS dated 11/13/1960. Reference to prospective retirement.

Box: 1 Fold: 127.2 Lotte Lehmann
October 15, 1973

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Lotte Lehmann: TLS dated 10/15/1973. Reference to "Lotte Lehmann Archives" deposited at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Box: 1 Fold: 128 Lotte Lehmann - Obituaries by Paul Hume
August 27, 1976

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of 2 obituary articles on Lotte Lehmann by Paul Hume.

Box: 1 Fold: 129 Ernest M. Lert
July 9, 1951

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence from Ernest M. Lert (1883-1955) to producers of the radio program, "Catholic Hour," hosted by Paul Hume: TLS dated 7/9/1951. Reference to recent broadcast lectures by Hume.

Box: 1 Fold: 130 Siegmund Levarie - "Noise" (Reprint)
Autumn 1977

DESCRIPTION: Reprint of article by Siegmund Levarie (1914- ), entitled, "Noise," (from "Critical Inquiry," Vol.4, No.1, Autumn 1977). Inscribed and signed: "To Paul Hume, Noisy New Year's Wishes, Siegmund."

Box: 1 Fold: 131 Marks Levine
June 15, 1950

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Marks Levine (1890-1971), director, concert division, National Concert and Artists Corporation: TLS dated 6/15/1950. Reference to an article (not included) by Levine in "Musical America."

Box: 1 Fold: 132 William M. Libby
undated

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from writer William M. Libby (1927-1984): TLS undated. Inviting Hume to attend a Gridiron Banquet held by the Sigma Delta Chi, professional journalistic fraternity at Indiana University.

Box: 1 Fold: 133 W. McNeil Lowry
April 1, 1960

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from W. McNeil Lowry, director, Program in the Humaities and the Arts, Ford Foundation: TLS dated 4/1/1960. Reference to appearances in Washington, D.C. of the New York City Opera Company.

Box: 1 Fold: 134 Giovanni Martinelli
January 28, 1959

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Giovanni Martinelli (1885-1969): TLS dated 1/28/1959. Reference to recent interview of Martinelli conducted by Hume.

Box: 1 Fold: 135 Harl McDonald
1951

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from composer Harl McDonald (1899-1955): TLSdated 4/16/1951 (2 pages/2 sheets); and 2 TLS dated 4/24/1951 (total 2 pages/2 sheets). Reference to the repertory of the Philadelphia Orchestra; and to Rudolf Bing, general manager of the Metropolitan Opera.

Box: 1 Fold: 136 Bart McDowell
1968

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Bart McDowell, senior editor, National Geographic Magazine: 2 ALS dated 4/8/1968 and 8/6/1968. Includes xerox copies of TLS from McDowell to Raul Legaspi dated 5/3/1968 and 7/23/1968. References to inviting the Mexican government to commission an opera. Suggested composers include Alberto Ginastera and Krzystof Penderecki among others.

Box: 1 Fold: 137 Eric McLean
July 11, 19?

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Canadian journalist Eric McLean (1919- ): TLS dated July 11. Reference to singer Lois Marshall.

Box: 1 Fold: 138 Sterling M. McMurrin
September 3, 1962

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Sterling M. McMurrin (1914- ): TLS dated 9/3/1962. Reference to McMurrin's resignation as U.S. commissioner of education.

Box: 1 Fold: 139 Lowell B. Mason
September 15, 1961

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from writer Lowell B. Mason (1893-1983): TLS dated 9/15/1961. Reference to Hume's radio program, "Guest Conductor."

Box: 1 Fold: 140 John Mauceri
1974-77

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from conductor John Mauceri ((1945- ): 3 ACS postcards dated 11/2/1974, 0521/1976 and 4/6/1977.

Box: 1 Fold: 141 Gian Carlo Menotti
February 21, 1957

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from composer Gian Carlo Menotti (1911- ): TLS with envelope dated 2/21/1957 (1 page). Reference to writing a song cycle (unnamed).

Box: 1 Fold: 142 Gian Carlo Menotti
August 24, 1965

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Gian Carlo Menotti: ACS postcard dated 8/24/1965. Reference to work in Venice.

Box: 1 Fold: 143 Gian Carlo Menotti
undated

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Gian Carlo Menotti: ALS undated (2 pages/1 sheet). Thanks to Hume for his support and mention of plans to visit Washington in October.

Box: 1 Fold: 144 Gian Carlo Menotti - "A Bride from Pluto" (News releases)
1982

DESCRIPTION: News releases from the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts re the debut performance of "A Bride from Pluto" by Gian Carlo Menotti.



Box: 1 Fold: 145 Gian Carlo Menotti - Photograph
1978

DESCRIPTION: B/w photograph (8"x 10") of Gian Carlo Menotti (1978).

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