- Libraries & Spaces
Lauinger Library, including the Woodstock Theological Library and the Gelardin New Media Center, will remain open for their normally scheduled hours today even though the University is closed.
The Blommer Science Library and the SCS Downtown Library are closed.
Vittorio Rieti (1898-1994), an American composer of Italian descent, was born in Alexandria, Egypt. His first musical studies in Milan were interrupted by the First World War. During the 20s he continued his work with Alfredo Casella and Ottorino Respighi in Rome. Associated during this time with Stravinsky, Prokofiev, Hindemith, and others, and dividing his time between Rome and Paris, Rieti achieved public notice with Barabau, a ballet written for Diaghilev, and incidental music for plays by Louis Jouvet. He emigrated to the United States in 1940 and became a citizen in 1944, pursuing a teaching career at the Peabody Conservatory and other institutions until his retirement in 1964.
Photograph of Rieti, ca. 1942, from the collection of James P. J. Murphy.
Items in the Exhibition:
Autograph manuscript of this orchestral suite, partly in piano score, partly in orchestrated full score, with performance markings including tempo and dynamics. In wire-bound notebook, 64 pages.
Autograph manuscript, sketches for the ballet commissioned by the Indianapolis Ballet; the ink markings on these pages may or may not be intentional. In wire-bound notebook, 48 pages.
Autograph manuscript. The section displayed may well be from another work. In wire-bound notebook, 48 pages.
Autograph manuscript. Together with sketches for the ballet Scenes Seen of the same year. In wire-bound notebook, 48 pages.
Autograph manuscript of this piece for clarinet and piano. Together with sketches for the wind quintet Silografie (1967) and other works. In wire-bound notebook, 48 pages.
Autograph manuscript, part of a series of sketches for Kaleidoscope (1987), Toccata (Perpetuum mobile) for piano solo (1986), and other works. In wire-bound notebook, 48 pages.