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Ruth Bracher Papers

Call Number: MSS 124

Ruth Bracher was an alumna of the Yale School of Music. Her collection contains correspondence, clippings and photographs.

Dates: 1918-1974

The Ole Bull Papers

Call Number: Misc. Ms. 286

Music and other materials by and about the Norwegian violinist and composer Ole Bull (1810-1880)

Dates: 1834-1906

The Leonard Burkat Papers

Call Number: MSS 25

Correspondence, music, and photographs by and about the American music librarian, critic, music administrator, recording executive, and program annotator Leonard Burkat (1919-1992)

Dates: 1943-1981 (inclusive)

The Ernest Trow Carter Papers

Call Number: MSS 40

Music, correspondence, photographs, and additional materials by and about the American composer, conductor, and organist Ernest Trow Carter (1866-1953)

Dates: 1879-1974 (inclusive)

Charles Ives Rare and Non-Commercial Sound Recordings

Call Number: MSS 14 HSR
Scope and Contents: This is an artificial collection of rare and unpublished recordings featuring music by Charles Ives, created as part of a project funded by the Grammy Museum in 2017 to digitize and preserve these recordings.The majority of the recordings were unprocessed materials within Historical Sound Recordings (HSR) that had been acquired over time through various donations. These recordings were pulled from their storage locations (predominantly ML 102M, HSR Studio and B20B Basement) into...
Dates: 1924-2006, bulk 1937-1956

Rocky Clark Papers

Call Number: MSS 132

Rocky Clark was a journalist who wrote about the jazz scene in Southern Connecticut. As the first president of the Dixieland Society of Southern Connecticut, his papers document the activities of this organization. Also represented in the collection is some coverage of the Intercollegiate Jazz Festival at Quinnipiac College. Clark collected a large number of jazz-related photographs for his features, which are also included in the collection.

Dates: 1949-1976

The Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Collection

Call Number: Misc. Ms. 290

Music and correspondence by the African-English composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (1876-1912)

Dates: 1899-1912

Collection on prominent figures in historical recorded sound

Call Number: MSS 103

This collection provides supplemental information on more than one thousand preeminent figures directly or indirectly related to historical sound recordings, mostly through photographs and other pictorial images, such as postcards and drawings, as well as through correspondence, clippings, articles, and other promotional material.

Dates: 1800-2000

D. Russell Connor collection of Benny Goodman interviews

Call Number: MSS 143

The collection is comprised of recorded interviews with and/or about Benny Goodman, compiled by D. Russell Connor.

Dates: 1952-1993

The Marie Corelli Collection

Call Number: MSS 19

Manuscript scores of songs composed by or otherwise connected to the British author and musician Marie Corelli (1855-1924)

Dates: 1880-1927 (inclusive)

Donald Currier Papers

Call Number: MSS 109
Scope and Contents:

The materials in the collection relate to Currier's career as a pianist and faculty member at the Yale School of Music. Included are letters, programs, reviews, lecture notes, posters, and a few photographs. Currier included a number of sound recordings with his Papers. These include solo performances by Currier, and collaborations with other Yale School of Music faculty members. To access these recordings, please contact the Historical Sound Recordings department.

Dates: 1948-2009

Papers of Stanley Dance and Helen Oakley Dance

Call Number: MSS 62
Abstract: The Papers of Stanley Dance and Helen Oakley Dance are an important resource for the study of 20th-century jazz history in the United States. Of particular interest are transcripts from interviews with a number of jazz musicians, a large selection of photographs, and sound recordings – many of which are unique. Most – but not all – of the material having to do with Earl Hines and Duke Ellington can be found in their respective series. Researchers are advised to examine other series for...
Dates: 1920-1998

The Duane A. Davidson Papers

Call Number: MSS 17

Music, correspondence and other papers, and photographs by the American composer Duane A. Davidson (1934 or 1935-1964)

Dates: 1955-1977 (inclusive)

The Richard Donovan Papers

Call Number: MSS 7

Music, correspondence and other papers, photographs, and additional materials by and about the American composer, conductor, and educator Richard Donovan (1891-1970)

Dates: 1913-1971 (inclusive)

Selected Songs of Celius Dougherty

Call Number: Misc. Ms. 241

Published songs by the American composer and pianist Celius Dougherty (1902-1986)

Dates: 1925-1953

Paul Dukas Correspondence with Marguerite Hasselmans, and Related Materials.

Call Number: MSS 107

Correspondence between the French composer and critic Paul Dukas (1865-1935) and his friend Marguerite Hasselmans, a concert pianist and Gabriel Fauré’s mistress.

Dates: 1893-1933

Paul Dukas: Correspondence with Paul Poujaud

Call Number: Misc. Ms. 288

Correspondence between the French composer and critic Paul Dukas (1865-1935) and his friend Paul Poujaud, a lawyer

Dates: 1891-1935

Selected Compositions of Peter Easley

Call Number: Misc. Ms. 52

Selected compositions of the American composer Peter Easley (1927-1974)

Dates: 1943-1965

The Zo Elliott Papers

Call Number: MSS 18

Music, correspondence and other papers, photographs; and miscellaneous items by and about the American composer Zo Elliott (1891-1964)

Dates: 1861-1977 (inclusive)

Collection of Enrico Caruso caricatures, photographs, and other material

Call Number: MSS 100

This collection includes original caricatures drawn by tenor Enrico Caruso; portrait shots and photographs of Caruso in costume; handwritten correspondence by Caruso; two bronze busts of Caruso; and various articles and promotional materials on Caruso’s career activity.

Dates: 1903-1987, bulk 1906-1915