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PAUL HUME PAPERS
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Box: 1 Fold: 1 Maurice Abravanel
July 30, 1979

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Maurice Abravanel (1903-93), music director, Music Academy of the West, Santa Barbara, Calif.: ALS dated 7/30/1979.

Box: 1 Fold: 2 Marian Anderson
April 26, 1965

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Lillian Evanti from Marian Anderson (1899-1993): TLS dated 4/26/1965. Reference to pleasure of meeting Evanti in New York, and to her importance as an African-American opera singer.

Box: 1 Fold: 3 Marian Anderson: Related Correspondence
February 1960

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume re a review he wrote on a concert by Marian Anderson. Includes: Karl De Schweinitz (TLS 2/9/1960); Atcheson L. Hench (2/8/1960); Milton Hoffman (TLS 2/8/1960); and Don C. Shaw (TLS 2/9/1960).

Box: 1 Fold: 3.1 Marian Anderson - Related Material
c.1993

DESCRIPTION: Typescript of obituary for Marian Anderson written by Paul Hume.

Box: 1 Fold: 4 Marina Anderson: Clippings
1955

DESCRIPTION: Newspaper clippings re Marian Anderson dated c.1955.

Box: 1 Fold: 5 Dominick Argento
January 13, 1981

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Dominick Argento (1927- ): ALS with envelope dated 1/13/1981. Reference to and enjoyable weekend spent with Hume in Washington, D.C. Also refers to a "little Easter cantata enclosed" (not included) written to thank Hume for his "championship" of Argento's works.

Box: 1 Fold: 6 Renata Babak
May 1980

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from opera singer Renata Babak (1934/9- ): 2 ALS respectively dated 5/5/1980 with envelope and copy of TL from Hume, and 5/9/1980 with envelope. Reference to misunderstanding concerning Hume's alleged refusal to attend a performance by Babak with the National Lyric Opera at the Lisner Auditorium, Washington, D.C.

Box: 1 Fold: 6.1 Pearl Bailey
1981

DESCRIPTION: Telegram from Pearl Bailey (1918-90) to Paul Hume. Reference to a review by Hume of Mstislav Rostropovich, and reference to Julia Ward Howe.

Box: 1 Fold: 7 Isobel Baillie
January 16, 1978

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Isobel Baillie (1895-1983): TLS with envelope dated 1/16/1978. Reference to Hume's son (name not mentioned) who is a singer.

Box: 1 Fold: 8 Dalton Baldwin
1967

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Ruth and Paul Hume from musician Dalton Baldwin (1931- ), well-known accompanist and friend of French baritone Gerard Souzay: 2 ALS dated 2/17/1967 and 2/22/1967 (includes 2 color photographs of rose and cheetah/leopard with explanatory notes on verso by Baldwin). References to appreciation of Hume and family with Easter greetings.

Box: 1 Fold: 9 Dalton Baldwin
1968

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Ruth and Paul Hume from musician Dalton Baldwin (1931- ), well-known accompanist and friend of Gerard Souzay: 4 ALS dated 1/18/1968, 2/16/1968, 2/22/1968, 3/20/1968 and 2 ACS postcards dated 2/16/1968 and 12/12/1968. Reference to travels in Asia and Egypt; Gerard Souzay; and to the latter's meeting with Vladimir Horowitz for the first time (described to Ruth Hume in ALS 3/20/1968).

Box: 1 Fold: 10 Dalton Baldwin
1969

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Ruth and Paul Hume from musician Dalton Baldwin (1931- ), well-known accompanist and friend of Gerard Souzay: 2 ALS dated 1/3/1969 (includes clipping on Gerard Souzay) and 11/9/1969; and 1 ACS postcard dated 12/10/1969. Reference to performance tour of Central Europe and performance in New York. Also reference to Alberto Ginastera.

Box: 1 Fold: 11 Dalton Baldwin
1971-72

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Ruth and Paul Hume from musician Dalton Baldwin (1931- ), well-known accompanist and friend of Gerard Souzay: 2 ALS dated 3/15/1972, 11/14/1972; and 3 ACS postcards dated 8/5/1971, 8/31/1972, 12/12/1972. Reference to Gerard Souzay, and recommendations for voice training for Hume's son Michael.

Box: 1 Fold: 12 Dalton Baldwin
1974

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Ruth and Paul Hume from musician Dalton Baldwin (1931- ), well-known accompanist and friend of Gerard Souzay: 2 ALS with envelopes dated 1/30/1974, 8/10/1974. Reference to being moved by Michael Hume's singing; Gerard Souzay.

Box: 1 Fold: 13 Dalton Baldwin
1975

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Ruth and Paul Hume from musician Dalton Baldwin (1931- ), well-known accompanist and friend of Gerard Souzay: ALS dated 5/6/1975 with envelope; ACS postcard dated 9/10/1975. Reference to performance tours with Gerard Souzay and Jessye Norman.

Box: 1 Fold: 14 Dalton Baldwin
1977-79

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Ruth and Paul Hume from musician Dalton Baldwin (1931- ), well-known accompanist and friend of Gerard Souzay: 2 ALS dated 3/10/1979, 5/15/1979; ACS postcard dated 12/14/1977. Reference to Michael Hume.

Box: 1 Fold: 15 Dalton Baldwin
undated

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Ruth and Paul Hume from musician Dalton Baldwin (1931- ), well-known accompanist and friend of Gerard Souzay: 4 ALS and 1 ACS, incomplete dates. Reference to Gerard Souzay.

Box: 1 Fold: 16 Erno Balogh
1976-81

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Erno Balogh (1897- ): ACS postcard dated 5/27/1976; ALS with envelope dated 8/6/1981. Reference to review article by Hume of a production of "The Student Prince," and to Balogh's own acquaintance with Sigmund Romberg (1887-1951): "...I helped him to coach the original company...in 1924 or so."

Box: 1 Fold: 17 Peter Bartok
1981

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Peter Bartok. Xerox copies of 2 TL from Peter Bartok to Hume as music editor for the "Washington Post," dated 4/24/1981 and 5/8/1981 with attached copies of news release and clipping re the disposition of the estate of his father, composer Bela Bartok.

Box: 1 Fold: 18 Gregor Benko
November 22, 1971

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Gregor Benko (1944- ): TLS dated 11/22/1971. Reference to a proposed discography by Benko on Ignace Jan Paderewski for Hume's biography on the latter.

Box: 1 Fold: 19 Thomas H. Benton
February 4, 1971

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from American artist Thomas H. Benton (1889-75): ALS dated 2/4/1971. Reference to Carl Sandburg and to article by Hume re a painting by Benton entitled, "Sun Treader."

Box: 1 Fold: 20 Leonard Bernstein: Inscription
undated

DESCRIPTION: Newspaper clipping of article by Leonard Bernstein entitled, "I'm a Liberal and Proud of It." Inscribed to Paul Hume and signed: "God Bless Paul forever - Love Lenny." Undated.

Box: 1 Fold: 21 Leonard Bernstein: "Mass" - Related Correspondence
1971-72

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume relating to Leonard Bernstein's "Mass." Includes cover letter from Margaret Carson.

Box: 1 Fold: 22 Leonard Bernstein: "Mass" - Reviews by Paul Hume
c. September 1971

DESCRIPTION: 2 untitled typed manuscripts with autograph notes by Paul Hume reviewing the performance of Leonard Bernstein's "Mass."

Box: 1 Fold: 23 Leonard Bernstein: "Mass" - Reviews (transcriptions)
1971-72

DESCRIPTION: Typed transcriptions of reviews of Leonard Bernstein's "Mass."

Box: 1 Fold: 24 Leonard Bernstein: "Mass" - Kennedy Center Performance Program
September 6-19, 1971

DESCRIPTION: Tearsheets from printed programs for the performance of Leonard Bernstein's "Mass" at the Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C. Performance dates: 9/6/1971-9/19/1971.

Box: 1 Fold: 25 Leonard Bernstein: "Mass" - Programs
1973 & 1975

DESCRIPTION: Printed programs for performances of Leonard Bernstein's "Mass." Program for the performance at the Los Angeles Music Center features Michael Hume in the role of the Celebrant.

Box: 1 Fold: 26 Leonard Bernstein: "Mass" - Reviews by Paul Hume (Clippings)
1971-73

DESCRIPTION: Newspaper clippings of reviews by Paul Hume of Leonard Bernstein's "Mass."

Box: 1 Fold: 27 Leonard Bernstein: "Mass" - Reviews (Clippings)
1971-72

DESCRIPTION: Newspaper clippings of reviews of Leonard Bernstein's "Mass."

Box: 1 Fold: 28 Leonard Bernstein: Interview by Paul Hume
1981

DESCRIPTION: Typescript of interview Leonard Bernstein by Paul Hume, March 19, 1981.

Box: 1 Fold: 29 Leonard Bernstein - Corres. from June Jordan (copy)
October 21, 1977

DESCRIPTION: Copy of TLS dated 10/21/1977 from writer June M. Jordan to Leonard Bernstein with reference to a performance of "Songfest - a Cycle of American Poems for Six Singers, Two Pianos and Percussion." Includes coverletter to Paul Hume from John Epstein, Amberson Productions (TLS 11/18/1977).

Box: 1 Fold: 30 Leonard Bernstein Festival Program
May 4-8, 1979

DESCRIPTION: Program for the Leonard Bernstein Festival performed by the Kansas City Philharmonic, May 4-8, 1979.

Box: 1 Fold: 31 Leonard Bernstein - Clippings
1976-81

DESCRIPTION: Newspaper clippings of articles re Leonard Bernstein. Includes 2 articles by Paul Hume.

Box: 1 Fold: 32 Leonard Bernstein - Photographs
undated

DESCRIPTION: 3 b/w photographs of Leonard Bernstein, undated.

Box: 1 Fold: 33 Rudolf Bing
1952-53

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Rudolf Bing (1902-97), general manager, Metropolitan Opera, New York: TLS dated 1/3/1952 (sent to Kathryn Arnow who forwarded the letter to Hume accompanied by her own cover letter of 3/18/1952); and TLS dated 2/13/1953. Reference to the Met's proposed touring repertory for the Washington, D.C. area.

Box: 1 Fold: 34 Rudolf Bing
1972

DESCRIPTION: Commemorative programs honoring Sir Rudolf Bing. Includes: 1. "The Bing Years" a special issue of Opera News marking 22 seasons of Metropolitan Opera history; 2. Program for gala performance honoring Sir Rudolf Bing to benefit the Metropolitan Opera Guild; and 3. "Metropolitan Opera" journal, April 1972 issue, with special section honoring Bing.

Box: 1 Fold: 35 Easley Blackwood
July 8, 1981

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from composer Easley Blackwood (1933- ): TLS dated 7/8/1981. Reference to sending Hume a recording of Blackwood's recently composed "microtonal electronic music."

Box: 1 Fold: 36 Carolyn Blair
1961-69

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from friend Carolyn Blair, wife of David Hunt Blair, Jr.: 7 ALS with envelopes, 2 ACS postcards, 1 empty envelope.

Box: 1 Fold: 37 David Blair, Jr.
1967-68

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from friend David Blair, Jr.: 5 TLS.

Box: 1 Fold: 38 Nadia Boulanger (& Lili Boulanger)
1977

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Nadia Boulanger (1887-1979): 1. Autograph note signed with accompanying memorial card for composer Lili Boulanger (1893-1918) and Mme. Ernest Boulanger (Princess Mychetsky)(1858-1935); 2. TLS dated 3/5/1974 re a prospective article on Lili Boulanger by Hume; 3. TLS 3/25/1974; 4. ANS 9/19/1977.

Other related material includes: 1. TLS dated 5/29/1956 from G. Wallace Woodworth, conductor, Harvard Glee Club, to Paul Hume, forwarding a typed copy of the music program for Grace Kelley's wedding at which Nadia Boulanger was conductor; 2. News releases from the Peabody Institute re a memorial concert in honor of Lili Boulanger; 3. typed notes on Nadia and Lili Boulanger by Paul Hume; 4. Clippings of articles on Lili and Nadia Boulanger; 5. Typescript of book review by Paul Hume for a biography, "Nadia Boulanger, a Life in Music," by Leonie Rosenstiel (Norton, 1982).

Also includes photograph of Lili Boulanger (b/w, 5"x7").

Box: 1 Fold: 39 Nathan Brandt
1976

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Ruth Hume from editor Nathan H. Brandt, Jr. (1929- )" 2 TLS dated 11/29/1976, 12/7/1976, with typed carbon from Ruth Hume dated 12/2/1976. Reference to manuscript by the latter on Jenny Lind.

Box: 1 Fold: 40 Stephen Douglas Burton
January 31, 1977

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from composer Stephen Douglas Burton (1943- ): TLS with envelope, dated 1/31/1977 (3 pages). Reference to music education and a recent article by Hume on the topic.

Box: 1 Fold: 41 (George Bush)
July 2, 1990

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Shirley Green, special assistant to the President (Bush) for presidential messages and correspondence. On behalf of President Bush, thanking Hume his recent letter.

Box: 1 Fold: 42 Lois Butler
1977-78

DESCRIPTION: Xerox copies of academic records pertaining to composer/musician Lois Butler (1912- ), apparently sent by Butler to Paul Hume. The documentation relates to a problem with Butler's transcripts originating at the Peabody Conservatory of Music in 1941. Typed comments are provided by Butler. 2 commentaries are signed, dating 2/15/1978 and 2/22/1978.

Box: 1 Fold: 43 Margaret Carson
1969 & 1978

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Margaret Carson: ALS dated 10/19/1969 with typed carbon from Hume; and TLS dated 6/15/1978 with attached typed list of performances of Leonard Bernstein's "Mass."

Box: 1 Fold: 44 Marta Casals
1971

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Marta Casals: 2 TLS dated 9/13/1971 and 9/16/1971, with typed carbon from Hume 9/3/19171. Reference to visit of Hume and the Georgetown University Men's Chorus to San Juan, Puerto Rico, for the celebration of the 95th birthday of Pablo Casals.

Box: 1 Fold: 45 Pablo Casals - Concert Programs
1968

DESCRIPTION: Printed program for the 1968 Festival Casals of Puerto Rico, held May 29 through June 12, 1968. Includes a program for performances at the Instituto de Cultura Puertorriquena, held June 2, 1968.

Box: 1 Fold: 46 Pablo Casals - Photographs
May 1964

DESCRIPTION: 3 b/w (3"x 5") photographs of Pablo Casals dated May 1964.

Box: 1 Fold: 47 Pablo Casals - Photograph
1912

DESCRIPTION: 1 b/w photograph (8"x10") showing Pablo Casals, Sir Donald Francis Tovey and Mieczyslaw Horszowski after a tennis game in 1912.

Box: 1 Fold: 48 Pablo Casals - 95th Birthday (Clippings)
December 1971

DESCRIPTION: Newspaper article clippings and mimeograph copy of typed program sung by the Georgetown University Men's Chorus for the celebration of the 95th birthday of Pablo Casals.

Box: 1 Fold: 49 Pablo Casals - Clippings
1967-76

DESCRIPTION: Newspaper clippings of articles by Paul Hume re Pablo Casals.

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