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Collection Summary

Biographical History

Scope and Content of the Collection

Administrative Information

Restrictions

Subject and Genre Headings

Arrangement of the Collection

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Personal papers and documents of Richard Stoelzer, 1884-1947

Series 2: Papers of the Boston Symphony Orchestral Club and the Mozart Symphony Club, and Mozart Symphony Club Scrapbooks

Series 3: Loose photographs

Series 4: Musical Instruments

Series 5: Music Scores

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The Stoelzer Collection

Musical Scores, Musical Instruments and Papers of Richard Stoelzer and the Mozart Symphony Club



Collection Summary

Repository: Adelphi University
Creator: Stoelzer, Ernst Richard
Title: The Stoelzer Collection
Inclusive Dates: 1884-1924
Quantity: 14.85 linear feet
Abstract: Richard Stoelzer joined the Boston Symphony Orchestral Club in 1888, its fourth season, and continued with it probably through the spring of 1891. For a short time in the 1890-91 season, Stoelzer's name appeared on several programs and flyers as treasurer of the Boston Orchestral Club. By the fall of 1891 Richard Stoelzer and Mario Blodeck had formed the Boston Symphony Club, whose name they soon changed, to avoid confusion, to the Mozart Symphony Club.
Language: Collection materials are in English and German.

Biographical History

Ernst Richard Stoelzer (1864-1947), musician and composer, was born in Germany, probably near Dresden, and grew up in Leipzig where he attended the Thomas Schule and sang in the Thomaskirche Choir. At the Leipzig Conservatory he studied viola, clarinet and composition. At the age of twenty he was engaged to play viola and clarinet with the Royal Saxon Orchestra at the Crystal Palace in Leipzig and on concert tours.

Following a German tour, the orchestra came to the United States in 1885. Lack of publicity and consequent lack of audience response prompted the tour director to cancel further engagements and offer the musicians return tickets to Germany or an equivalent amount of cash to remain in the U.S. Stoelzer chose to remain. For a time he supported himself by playing various hotel and beach resort engagements. He joined a short-lived opera orchestra at the Thalia Theater in New York, which was forced to close when union-hired thugs attacked the non-union musicians.

In 1888 Stoelzer joined the Boston Symphony Orchestral Club as a viola and viola d'amore soloist, a position he retained until 1891. In the fall of that year, he and Mario Blodeck, a cellist, formed their own chamber group - the Mozart Symphony Club of New York - which made annual tours of this country and Canada, playing almost nightly engagements until 1905.

It is Stoelzer's collection of music and instruments of these years which is of particular interest - a period which saw a revival of baroque instruments. Very little has been written on turn-of-the-century American chamber groups; thus the Stoelzer Collection is a valuable tool for both instrumentalists and musicologists.

In his later years, Stoelzer played with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and toured with popular musicals such as Lehar's The Merry Widow and Caryll's The Pink Lady. When failing eyesight forced him to give up performing, he devoted himself to teaching.

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Scope and Content of the Collection

Richard Stoelzer's personal papers, concert programs, newspaper reviews, instruments and music scores were in the possession of his son, Walter H. Stoelzer, who did extensive research on the family genealogy and on the instruments. The notebooks of Walter Stoelzer and his biography of his father were helpful in determining the order and chronology of many undocumented items. Richard Stoelzer's daughter, Flora Stoelzer Specht, inherited the collection when her brother died, and it was she who gave it to Adelphi University in 1981.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Identification of specific item; Date (if known); Stoelzer Collection; Box and folder number; Adelphi University Archives and Special Collections, Garden City, NY.

Acquisition Information

The Stoelzer Collection was given to Adelphi University in 1981 by Mrs. Flora Stoelzer Specht, daughter of Richard Stoelzer.

Processing Information

This collection was processed in 1985 by Assistant Professor Madeleine M. Hogan under the supervision of Professor Gary Cantrell. They were assisted by students Colette Flanagan and Michele Vlack.

Other Related Finding Aids

An alphabetized index to the chamber music pieces in this collection is available in addition to the box and folder list below. Items have been boxed alphabetically by the name of the first-appearing composer. In cases where the composer is unknown, the arranger's name is used. The additional composer/titles are indexed, so that each piece can be found by looking up each composer.

Chamber Music A to F
Chamber Music G to L
Chamber Music M to R
Chamber Music S to Z
Solos And Duos

Also available is a list of those individuals and groups listed below as Subject Headings, with brief descriptions of them where available.

You may also wish to consult our guide to Instrument Abbreviations used in the Stoelzer Collection.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

The Stoelzer collection is open to research except where noted (musical instruments). Photocopies of fragile materials are provided for researchers in lieu of the originals.

Use Restrictions

Single photocopies may be made for research purposes. Permission to publish materials from the collection must be requested from Adelphi University Archives and Special Collections. Researchers are responsible for copyright compliance.

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Subject and Genre Headings

Persons:

Bachert, Max
Ballmann, Max
Beckel, Josef
Bertell, Flora Marguerite
Biederman, Paula
Blodeck, Mario
Braems, Cecilia
Burose, Adolph
Crystal Palace Theater
Cushing, Elsa Clark
De Munka, R.
De Seve, Alfred
De Vielle, Zoe
Dreibrodt, F.
Einsteine, Rozella
Fasshauer, J.
Flower, Florence
Forrest, Mary
Franco, Sam
Friderici, Blanche
Gumaer, Marie Louise
Henkel, Emil
Hentshel, Oscar
Herbert, Victor
Hoch, Theodor
Huntington, Katherine
Kranshaar, Carl
La Roche, Mme.
Laine, J. H.
Langey, Otto
Lapini, Joseph
Lax, Fred
Lund, John
Lund, Otto
Milton, Grace
Mitchell, Percy W.
Mora, Alberto C.
Nowell, Willis
Oehlhey, Ernst
Ohrstrom, Augusta
Palm, Charles
Peterson, Julie
Poltmann, Richard
Polz, Edward
Powell, Maud
Rhodes, John F.
Riegg, Carola
Roth, Philipp
Royal Academy of Visual Arts, Munich
Royal Saxon Orchestra (Band)
Rucquoy, Fr. (Frédéric)
Schmalz, W. H.
Schumann-Heink, Ernestine
Sticht, Henry
Stoelzer, Emma Toaspern
Stoelzer, Ernst Richard
Stoelzer, Walter H.
Stori, Marie
Toaspern, Herman
Toaspern, Otto
Toulmin, Camille
Van Dyck, Lea
Vredenburg, S. M.
Wagner, Friedrick
Wit, Paul de

Topics:

Bavarian Court Theater Committee
Kneisel Quartet
Thalia Theatre
Thomaskirche

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Arrangement of the Collection

The Stoelzer Collection is arranged in five series:

Series 1: Personal papers and documents of Richard Stoelzer
Series 2: Papers of the Boston Symphony Orchestral Club and the Mozart Symphony Club
Series 3: Loose photographs
Series 4: Musical Instruments
Series 5: Music Scores

Abbreviations for some musical instruments and musical groups may appear throughout the finding aid and associated materials. A glossary of these abbreviations is available.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

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Series 1: Personal papers and documents of Richard Stoelzer, 1884-1947
Chiefly contains performance contracts from both Germany and the United States. These give a hint of the life and income of a musician in the last fifteen years of the nineteenth century.
Box Folder
1 1 Manuscript recordings of family births. [n.d.]
2 Contract with Crystal Palace Theater, Leipzig, 16 April 1884.
3 Contract with Friedrich Wagner, Director of Royal Saxon Orchestra. Leipzig, 11 September 1884.
4 Contract on letterhead of Bavarian Court Theater Committee. Mannheim, 3 February 1885.
5 Contract with Friedrich Wagner to play with orchestra on tour in America. Leipzig, 6 April 1885
6 Recommendation by John Lund, Music Director of Thalia Theater. New York, 25 December 1885.
7 Agreement with Edward Polz, Music Director of the Thalia Theater. New York, 27 December 1885.
8 Certification of Richard Stoelzer's arrival in New York. Dated 30 December 30 1885.
9 Packing list of shipment to Stoelzer by his father. Leipzig, 10 December 1886.
10 Certification of Otto Toaspern by Royal Academy of Visual Arts in Munich, 1887-1888.
11 Agreement with Max Bachert, Manager of Boston Symphony Orchestral Club. 16 July 1888.
12 Copyright of Richard Stoelzer's piano arrangement of at Night. Washington D.C., 5 November 1892.
13 Obituaries of Emma and Richard Stoelzer, March 1947.
14 Biography "My Father" by Walter Stoelzer. Typescript, [n.d.]

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Series 2: Papers of the Boston Symphony Orchestral Club and the Mozart Symphony Club, and Mozart Symphony Club Scrapbooks
Of these, the papers of the latter are central to the collection, since they extend over a 14-year period. The papers of Series 2 are mostly in the form of personal scrapbooks of concert reviews, programs and publicity flyers from the many cities and towns on the tours. Productions of pencil drawings of the performers appear at the end of "The Mozart Symphony Club" scrapbook and in "The Mozart Index" scrapbook. The artwork on the programs and flyers was done by Otto and Herman Toaspern, brothers of Richard Stoelzer's wife Emma. As in many scrapbooks, the material included is in only rough chronological order. The concert reviews were faithfully collected from thousands of newspapers, but perhaps, as the pages filled up, were simply pasted in where there was space. There are also reviews and photos of concerts and artists of other groups, which broaden the record of the music and performers of the time. Since the pages are badly crumbling, it was necessary to leave the scrapbooks intact and photograph them mostly in the order in which they arrived.
Box Folder
1 1 Concert program, partial itinerary of Boston Symphony Orchestral Club, 1888-1891. 4 Items.
2 Mozart Symphony Club first season, 1891-1892. Name changed from Boston Symphony Club. Concert programs including one in Braille, publicity. 10 Items.
3 MSC, second season, 1892-1893. Mockabees Popular Course Prospectus. 1 Item.
4 MSC, third season, 1893-1894. Programs, publicity photos, copy of Stoelzer's at Night. 7 Items.
5 MSC, fourth season, 1894-1895. Programs, publicity. 7 items.
6 MSC, fifth season, 1895-1896. Programs, publicity.12 Items.
7 MSC, sixth season, 1896-1897. Programs, including one in silk, publicity. 6 Items.
8 MSC, seventh season, 1897-1898. Programs, publicity.7 Items.
9 MSC, eighth season, 1898-1899. Programs, publicity. 9 Items.
10 MSC, ninth season, 1899-181900. Programs, publicity, card with lute music. 5 Items.
11 MSC, tenth season, 1900-1901. Programs, publicity with photos. 6 Items.
12 MSC, eleventh season, 1901-1902. Publicity. 1 Item.
13 MSC, twelfth season, 1902-1903. Publicity, 2 Items.
14 MSC, thirteenth season, 1903-1904. Publicity. 2 Items.
15 MSC, fourteenth season, 1904-1905. Program, publicity. 4 Items.
16 MSC, fifteenth season, 1905-1906. Publicity, letterhead for projected season. 2 Items.
17 Programs of other concerts in which Richard Stoelzer played. 3 Items.
18 Programs of other concerts in which MSC members performed. 6 Items.
19 Excerpt from letter of Walter Stoelzer describing T. Hoch. 19 January 1973.
Box Folder
2 N/A The Mozart Index scrapbook, 1888-1896.
N/A Musical Courier, vol. xxiii, no. 23.
Box Folder
3 N/A "The Mozart Symphony Club" large scrapbook, 1889-1901.
N/A "The Mozart Symphony Club" small scrapbook, 1898-1905.

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Series 3: Loose photographs
Contains photographs of Stoelzer, his colleagues and places and events of direct interest to the collection. These are in good condition and serve to bring the period alive. Most have been identified, but many are undated.
Box Folder
4 1 Photos of Richard Stoelzer and Mozart Symphony Club performers. 18 photographs.
2 Photos of Stoelzer in performance with other instrumental groups. 2 photographs.
3 Miscellaneous photos. 8 photographs.

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Series 4: Musical Instruments
Musical instruments are stored off site; contact staff for further information. The twelve string instruments, some of which were purchased by Stoelzer from the collector and publisher Paul de Wit in Leipzig, are housed separately at Adelphi University (some may be exhibited in special display cases in the Library) and used from time to time in special recitals and concerts in accordance with the wishes of the donor. Descriptions of the instruments by William L. Monical, violin maker of Staten Island, New York, who appraised and restored the instruments for Adelphi University, along with their photographs, follow Series 1 to 3 on microfilm.
Box Folder
1 N/A AC# 11395 English Violet, altered to a Viola d'Amore.
Box Folder
2 N/A AC# 11393 Viola Alta (Wagner Viola).
Box Folder
3 N/A AC# 11394 Viola d'Amore.
Box Folder
4 N/A AC# 11392 Viola and bow.
Box Folder
5 N/A AC# 11388 Violin and bow.
Box Folder
6 N/A AC# 11391 Violin and bow.
Box Folder
7 N/A AC# 11390 Three-quarter size Violin and bow.
Box Folder
8 N/A AC# 11389 One-half size Violin.
Box Folder
9 N/A AC# 11425 One-eighth size Violin.
Box Folder
10 N/A AC# 11424 San Hsien.
Box Folder
11 N/A AC# 11423 Mandolin.
Box Folder
12 N/A AC# 11461 Composite Cittern.
Box Folder
13 N/A Five early and contemporary photos of Stoelzer's instruments.
Box Folder
14 N/A Miscellaneous information on instruments: Paul de Wit collection; notes of Richard Stoelzer(?).

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Series 5: Music Scores
The music scores in the collection consist of (A) chamber music (three of more instrumental parts, for one performer per part), (B) solo or duo pieces with and without accompaniment, and (C) teaching pieces and instruction books. The scores are both printed and manuscript, often of both types within a set of parts. As in most performing groups, the instrumentalists in the symphony clubs changed frequently, and the music was arranged for the available instruments. Stoelzer copied, transcribed and arranged many parts, and often entire compositions.
The symphony clubs performed arrangements of "serious" music of well-known eighteenth and nineteenth-century composers as well as contemporary musical comedy and popular pieces. Some especially interesting compositions are those written or arranged for the viola d'amore, viola alta and viola da gamba. The quantity of dance music of the times (waltzes, polkas, two-steps, lancers), not listed on the programs, might have been used as encores or perhaps by a dance band of which the collection has no record. Speculation aside, the variety of the music is an interesting reflection of turn-of-the-century tastes.
With the exception of Stoelzer's teaching pieces and the standard repertory classics, still in print and readily available, Series 5 is on microfilm. Photocopies of the originals, which remain in Adelphi University’s Special Collections, are available to musicologists, students and performers. When a set of instrumental parts includes two or more compositions, the entire set has been microfilmed as it is printed and is filed under the name of the first-appearing composer. Most sets of instrumental parts have been microfilmed in orchestral score order, which is given below with abbreviations used. In a few cases where the composer or title appears only on the violin or piano score, one of these scores has been filmed first.
In several cases, pieces were printed on the reverse side of other pieces, so that two or more pieces will appear together in a single folder. When that is the case, both pieces will be described, one after the other, and a reference to the adjoining piece will be included with each.
Subseries A: Chamber Music 1778-1920
Box
5 Anonymous: QUARTET, STRINGS.
arr. R. Stoelzer [?] Manuscript. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Anonymous: SIX SINFONIAS.
arr. R. Stoelzer [?] Manuscript. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
d'Albret, Claude: CUPID AND BUTTERFLY.
arr. R. Klugescheid, N.Y., F. Schmidt, 1905. Bb clr, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Ambrosio, W. F., comp.: TRIO ALBUM, 15 SELECTED TRIO ARRANGEMENTS FOR VIOLIN, CELLO AND PIANO.
N.Y., Carl Fischer [n.d.]
Arditi, Luigi: FORESETTA. TARANTELLA.
N.Y., D. Muller. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, perc, vln 2, vla, cell, bass.
Arditi, Luigi: INGENUE GAVOTTE.
N.Y., Carl Fischer [n.d.]. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, pno, vln 1, cell (ms.). w/ Ferrazzi, D. PET ROBIN MAZURKA.
Ferrezzi, D. L.: PET ROBIN MAZURKA.
N.Y., Carl Fischer [n.d.]. picc, A crl, A crnt 1 and 2, vln 1. w/ Arditi, L. INGENUE GAVOTTE.
Arditi, Luigi: ARTIST'S TRIO ALBUM FOR PIANO, VIOLIN AND VIOLONCELLO.
N.Y., Ross Jungnickel, 1913. pno score, vln, cell.
Auber, Daniel Francois Esprit: FRA DIAVOLO OVERTURE.
arr. L. Jansa, Leipzig, C.F. Peters [n.d.]. fl (ms.), pno, vln, cell (ms. 2 var. c.), cell (arr.Theo. Moses Tobani; re-arr. Julius S. Seredy, N.Y., Carl Inder [n.d.]),. cell (ms. Fra Diavolo. Selection).
Auber, Daniel Francois Esprit: LE MACON.
Offenbach a/M, Jean Andre [n.d.]. fl (ms.), vln 1 and 2, vln 2 (ms. arr. Stoelzer), vla, cell (2c. 1 ms.).
Audran, Edmund: LA CIGALLE. SELECTION.
arr. Otto Langey. N.Y., J. Schott, 1891. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, v. 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Audran, Edmund: THE MASCOT. SELECTION.
arr. E.N. Catlin. Boston, Thompson and Odell, 1882. crnt, pno, vln 1, cell.
Bach, Christian: JUBILEE OVERTURE.
N.Y., Standard Music Co., 1883. fl (ms.) A crnt, pno, vln, cell.
Bach, Johann Sebastian: AIR.
arr. August Wilhelm. Berlin, Raabe and Plothow [n.d.]. pno or org, solo vln, vla, cell, bass.
Balfe, William M.: BOHEMIAN GIRL. FANTAISIE.
arr. Richard Stoelzer. Manuscript. Allegro movement: fl, Bb clr, A clr, vln 1 (2 var. c.), vln 2 (3 var. c.) bass. Andante movement: full score, hrp, vln 1 and 2, vla d'a, cell, bass.
Bailey, Eben H.: AUF WIEDERSEHN WALTZ.
White, Smith and Co., 1889. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt, pno (1885 ed.), vln 1, cell (ms.) bass.
Balfe, William M.: BOHEMIAN GIRL. SELECTIONS.
arr. D. Muller. N.Y., D. Muller, 1878. fl, A crnt 1, pno, cell (ms.).
Balfour, S.V., arr.: LA PALOMA. SPANISH SERENADE.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, [n.d.]. fl (ms.), A crnt, pno, vln, cell (ms.).
Ball, Ernest R.: GOODBYE, MY LOVE, GOODBYE.
N.Y., M. Witmark, 1910-11. fl, crnt, Bb sax, pno, cell, bass.
Banta, Frank P.: HALIMAR, ORIENTAL RONDO.
arr. Otto Langey. N.Y., Brooks and Denton, 1902. fl, ob, A clr 1 and 2, bsn, F hrn, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 (2c.), vln 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Steele, P. HIGH SOCIETY.
Steele, Porter: HIGH SOCIETY. MARCH and TWO STEP.
arr. Robert Recker. N.Y., Brooks and Denton, 1901. picc, ob, A clr 1 and 2, bsn, F hrn, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 (2 c.), vln 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Banta, F. HALIMAR.
Beeley, Ernest L.: VENETIAN SERENADE (AT THE WINDOW).
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1893. fl, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell (ms., arr. for trio),bass. w/ Le Thiere, C. THE CONSPIRATOR'S MARCH.
Le Thiere, Charles: THE CONSPIRATOR'S MARCH.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1893. pno, vln 1 (2 c.), vln 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Beeley, E.L. VENETIAN SERENADE.
Beethoven, Ludwig van: ANDANTE, F. MAJOR FOR 2 VIOLINS, VIOLA AND CELLO.
Offenbach a/M, Johann Andre [n.d.]. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Beethoven, Ludwig van: PROMETHEUS. OVERTURE.
arr. Julius Weiss, Berlin, Julius Weiss [n.d.]. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Beethoven, Ludwig van: QUARTET, PIANO and STRINGS, OP. 16, Eb maj.
Leipzig, C. F. Peters [n.d.]. pno, vln, vla, cell.
Beethoven, Ludwig van: SERENADE FOR FLUTE, VIOLIN and VIOLA, OP. 25.
Manuscript. fl, vln, vla.
Beethoven, Ludwig van: SYMPHONY NO. 5, OP. 67, C MIN. ANDANTE.
arr. R. Stoelzer [?] Manuscript. fl, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell ( Leipzig, Breitkopf and Hartel).
Beethoven, Ludwig van: SYMPHONY NO. 5, OP. 67, C. MIN. 1st MOVEMENT.
arr. for. quintet by C. Ebers. Leipzig, Breitkopf and Hartel [n.d.] vln 1 and 2, vla 1 and 2, cell, cell 2 (ms. arr. R. Stoelzer?).
Bennet, C.W. [Charles William?]: LEOLA WALTZES.
Boston, Oliver Ditson, 1892. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Berlin, Irving: ALONG CAME RUTH.
arr. Wm. Schulz. N.Y., Waterson, Berlin and Snyder, 1914. picc, A crnt, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, cell, bass. w/ his IF THAT'S YOUR IDEA OF A WONDERFUL TIME (TAKE ME HOME).
Berlin, Irving: IF THAT'S YOUR IDEA OF A WONDERFUL TIME (TAKE ME HOME).
arr. Wm. Schulz. N.Y., Waterson, Berlin and Synder, 1914. fl, A crnt, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, cell, bass. w/ his ALONG CAME RUTH.
Berlin, Irving: I WANT TO GO BACK TO MICHIGAN (DOWN ON THE FARM).
N.Y., Waterson, Berlin and Snyder, 1914. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Snyder, T. THE ROSE THAT WILL NEVER DIE.
Snyder, Ted: THE ROSE THAT WILL NEVER DIE.
N.Y., Waterson, Berlin and Snyder, 1914. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Berlin, I. I WANT TO GO BACK TO MICHIGAN.
Berlin, Irving: SPRING AND FALL.
arr. Wm. Schulz. N.Y., Waterson, Berlin and Snyder, 1912. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt, trbn, drm, timp, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Box
6 Berlin, Irving: WHAT IS LOVE? (WATCH YOUR STEP)
arr. Wm. M. Redfield [n.p., n.d.]. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt, vln 2, vla, bass.
Berlin, Irving: WHAT IS LOVE? (WATCH YOUR STEP).
arr. Wm. M. Redfield. N.Y., Irving Berlin, 1914. fl, Bb clr, F hrn 1 and 2, Bb crnt, trbn, drm, pno, vln 2, vla, cell, bass.
Bial, Rudolph: GAMBRINUS POLKA.
N.Y., Edward Schuberth and Co., 1894. fl, ob, C clr 1 and 2, bsn, F hrn, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Bielfield, A.: SCHERZO.
Bremen, A.E. Fischer [n.d.]. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Bizet, Georges: CARMEN. SELECTION.
arr. J. Kochkeller. N.Y., Carl Fischer [n.d.]. fl and picc, Bb and A clr, Bb and A crnt, pno, vln, cell.
Boettger, E.: ENCOURAGEMENT OVERTURE.
Rev. ed. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1886. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Boettger, E.: THE MAIDEN AND THE LAMB. POLKA.
N.Y., Standard Music Co., 1892. fl, C clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Bogert, L. NANCY CAPRICE.
Bogert, L.: NANCY CAPRICE.
arr. E. Boettger. N.Y., Standard Music Co., 1892. A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, Trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Boettger, E. THE MAIDEN AND THE LAMB.
Boildieu, Francois Adrien: JOHANN von PARIS. OVERTURE.
arr. Alex Doefsinger. Vienna. A. Diabelli [n.d.]. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Bostelmann, John C.: MEDITATION.
N. Y., Standard Music Co., 1897. fl, ob, C clr 1 and 2, bsn, F hrn, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Bostlemann. SPANISH DANCES.bielfie
Bostelmann, John C.: SPANISH DANCES.
N.Y., Standard Music Co., 1897. fl, ob, Bb clr 1 and 2, bsn, F hrn, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Bostelmann, John C. MEDITATION.
Bousquet, N.: SOUVENIR DE BADEN BADEN WALTZES.
Phila. Harry Coleman [n.d.]. fl, Bb crnt, vln, cell.
Bouton, Ida Thorpe: RABBIT FOOT. TWO STEP.
Jackson, Mich. Bouton Music Co., 1910. fl, ob, A clr 1 and 2, bsn, hrn, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, vln 1 [2 c.] vln 2, vla, cell, bass.
Braham, Dave: MEDLEY OVERTURE TO EDWARD HARRIGANS REILLY AND THE 400.
N.Y., D. Muller [n.d.]. fl, Bb crnt 2, trbn, drm, vla, bass.
Bray, C.E.: DANCE OF THE BROWNIES.
Phila. Harry Coleman, 1893. fl, Bb Clr 1 and 2, F hrn, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ his THE DARKIES FROLIC.
Bray, C.E.: THE DARKIES FROLIC.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1893. picc, A clr 1 and 2, F hrn, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ his DANCE OF THE BROWNIES.
Bray, C.E.: DANCING IN THE MEADOW.
Phila. Harry Coleman, 1893. fl, A clr 1 and 2, F hrn, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Brooke, T.P. COKOCO POLKA.
Brooke, Thomas Preston: COKOCO POLKA.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1893. fl, Bb clr 1 and 2, F hrn, Bb crnt 1 and 2,trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Bray, C.E. DANCING IN THE MEADOW.
Brooke, Thomas Preston: AMERICAN EXCELSIOR MARCH.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1893. fl, Bb clr 1 and 2, F hrn, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ MARCH OF THE MARINES.
Brooks, E., arr.: DANCING IN THE BARN.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1888. Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln, cell, bass. w/ Parlow, A. THE ANVIL.
Parlow, A. [Albert?]: THE ANVIL.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1888. Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, perc (anvil and bells), pno, vln 1, cell, bass. w/ Brooks, E. DANCING IN THE BARN.
Brooks, Fred C.: GOOD OLD TIMES WALTZ.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1891. A crnt, pno, vln, cell.
Bucalossi, P.: MY QUEEN WALTZ.
No. 201 N.Y.,Carl Fischer, [n.d]crnt 1, pno,vlnl,cell
Bucelossi, Ernest: REVE d'ETE.
Phil., Harry Coleman [n.d.). A crnt, pno, vln, cell.
Buchler, F.: LEICHTE SERENADE FUR ZWEI VIOLINEN, VIOLA UND VIOLONCELLE.
OP. 12. Offenbach a/M, Johann Andre [n.d.]. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Bucholz, R.: FAIRY WALTZ.
Phila., Harry Coleman [n.d.]. A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, vln 2, vla, cell, bass.
Bueris, F. de: PEARLS OF DEW (POLKA MAZURKA).
N.Y., J. Schott, 1882. A crnt, pno, vln 1, cell. w/ Faust, C. DIE DEBUTANTIN (POLKA MAZURKA).
Faust, C. {Carl?): DIE DEBUTANTIN (POLKA MAZURKA).
N.Y., J. Schott, 1882. A crnt, pno, vln 1, cell. w/ Bueris, F. de PEARLS OF DEW (POLKA MAZURKA)
Campbell, John P.: STRING QUARTET NO.1, Bb. ANDANTE CANTABILE.
Manuscript. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Caryll, Ivan: THE PINK LADY.
orch. S. Deshon. N.Y. Chappell and Co., 1911. fl, ob, clr 1 and 2, bsn, F hrn, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno,. vln 1 [2 c.] vln 2, vla, cell, bass.
Casey, J.O.: MARCH OF THE DOMINANT.
Phila., Harry Coleman [n.d.]. Bb crnt, pno, vln 1, cell.
Cauchie, F.: MENUET.
[Berlin, S. Philipp and Sohn, n.d.?]. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Christie, Edwin: DANCING IN THE KITCHEN. SCHOTTISCHE.
Boston, Geo. A. Winchester, 1891. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, Bb trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ his MOUNTAIN LAUREL MAZURKA.
Clauder, Joseph: BABYLAND PROCESSION MARCH (BLUE BEARD JUNIOR).
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1890. A crnt, pno, vln 1, cell. w/ his VALERIA CONCERT POLKA.
Clauder, Joseph: VALERIA CONCERT POLKA.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1890. A crnt, pno, vln 1, cell. w/ his BABYLAND PROCESSION MARCH (BLUE BEARD JUNIOR).
Clauder, Joseph: MARCH SELECTION.
Dudes of 1885. Olney and Deagan, 1885. fl [ms.] [2 clr] A crnt, pno, vln 1 [1886], vln 2 [1885].
Coates, Thomas: COLUMBIAN NATIONAL POTPOURRI.
arr. C.M. Currier. Phila., Harry Coleman, 1894. fl, Bb clr 1 and 2, F hrn, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Corbin, A.: SANTIAGO. SPANISH VALSE.
Phila., Harry Coleman [n.d.]. fl, A clr 1 and 2, F hrn, A crnt 1 and 2, bass trbn, drm, vln 2, vla, cell, bass.
Cox, J. S.: MINERVA LANCERS.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1888. A crnt, pno, vln 1, cell.
Currier, C. M.: COCOANUTS. CONGO DANCE.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1893. fl, Bb clr 1 and 2, F hrn, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, traps, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Jacobi. ZERLINA. GAVOTTE.
Jacobi: ZERLINA. GAVOTTE.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1893. Picc, clr 1 and 2, D hrn, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell (ms. changes), bass. w/ Currier, C.M. COCOANUTS. CONGO DANCE.
Box
7 Czibulka, Alphons: AMORITA.
arr. Theo. Moses Tobani. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1886. fl, Bb crnt, pno, vln, cell.
Czibulka, Alphons: ANGELO WALTZ (from PFINGSTEN IN FLORENZ).
N.Y., Standard Music Co., 1885. fl, A clr, A and Bb crn 1 and 2, trbn, [D and A timp, bass drm], pno,. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Czibulka, Alphons: WOODLAND WHISPERS [WALDESFLUSTERN].
arr. E.N. Catlin. Boston, W.H. Cundy, 1890. fl, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, cell arr. [ms. R.S.?], bass, bass arr. [ms. R.S.?]. w/ Michiels, G. CZARDAS. DANSE STYRIENNE.
Michiels, Gustave: CZARDAS. DANSE STYRIENNE.
arr. E.N. Caitlin. Boston, W.H. Cundy, 1890. fl, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, cell (ms. arr. R. Stoelzer?), bass, bass (ms. arr. R. Stoelzer?). w/ Czibulka, A. WOODLAND WHISPERS (WALDESFLUSTERN).
De Koven, Reginald: ROBIN HOOD. SELECTIONS.
N.Y., G. Schirmer, 1891. fl [ms.], pno, vln 1 and 2 [arr. Stoelzer?], cell [ms.].
Desormes. (Louis Cesar): POLKA DES MANDELINES.
arr. Richard Stoelzer. Manuscript. A crnt, pno, vln 2, vla, cell, bass.
Donizetti, Gaetano: LINDA DI CHAMOUNIX. OVERTURE.
arr. H. Proch. [n.p.] [n.d.]. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Duble, Charles Edward: SALUTE TO WILLIAMSPORT.
arr. F.H. Losey. Williamsport, Pa., Vandersloot Music Pub., 1906. fl, ob, A clr 1 and 2, bsn, F hrn, A crnt 1, A crnt 2 [2 c.] trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 [2 c.],. vln 2, vla, cell, bass.
Dunkler, (Emile?): AU BORD DE LA MER.
Manuscript. vln 1, vln 2 [2 c.], vla, cell.
Durst, M.: ADAGIO FOR 4 VIOLAS.
Manuscript. full score. vla, 1, 2, 3 and 4.
Egener, C. A.: THE GLORY OF PEACE.
N.Y., C. A. Egener and H. Kessler, 1914. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt, trbn, drm, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Ehrhardt, A.: KLEINE MELODISCHE. UNTERHALTUNGSSTUCKE. (LITTLE MELODIC LIGHT PIECES).
Hamburg, Aug. Cranz [n.d.]. pno, vln, cell.
Eilenberg, Richard: CHARMING POLKA.
N.Y., Standard Music Co., 1886. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm and bells, pno, vln 1 and 2,. vla, cell, bass. Fahrbach, P. Jr. LILIPUT POLKA.
Fahrbach, Philipp Jr.: LILIPUT POLKA.
N.Y. Standard Music Co., 1886. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Eilenberg, R. CHARMING POLKA.
Eilenberg, Richard: THE MILL IN THE FOREST (DIE MULE IN SCHWARZWALD).
arr.G.E. Holmes. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1886. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn and triangle, small drm, bass drm and cuckoo, pno, vln 1 and 2,. vla, cell [ms.], bass.
Elgar, Edward: SALUT d'AMOUR.
Mainz. B. Schott's Sohne, 1899. pno, vln, vla [ms.].
Enle, E.: JUBILEE SERENADE. OP. 46. (JUBILAUMS-STANDCHEN).
Hanover, Louis Oertel [n.d.]. Bb clr [ms.], pno [ms.], vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Fahrbach, Philipp Jr.: ASTHETIC GALOP.
Fahrbach, Philipp Jr.: ASTHETIC GALOP. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1882. A crnt, pno, vln 1, cell. w/ Strauss, J. ENTWEDER-ODER GALOP. From Merry Mar.
Strauss, Johann: ENTWEDER-ODER GALOP.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1882. Bb crnt, pno, vln 1, cell. w/ Fahrbach, P. Jr. ASTHETIC GALOP.
Fahrbach, Philipp Jr.: COUSI-COUCA. POLKA, OP. 292.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1893. fl and picc, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm and bells, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Christie, E. THE PEARL OF CALIFORNIA.
Christie, Edwin: THE PEARL OF CALIFORNIA. SCHOTTISCHE.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1893. fl and picc, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm and perc, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Fahrbach, P. Jr.: COUSI-COUCA. POLKA, OP. 292.
Fahrbach, Philipp Jr.: THE OTHER ONE POLKA.
N.Y., Standard Music Co. [n.d.]. picc, C clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Schlepegrell, R. THE WHITE ROSE POLKA.
Schlepegrell, R., arr.: THE WHITE ROSE POLKA.
N.Y., Standard Music Co., 1884. fl, C clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Fahrbach, P. Jr. THE OTHER ONE POLKA.
Fahrbach, Philipp Jr.: VISIONS OF A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN WALTZ.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1883. A crnt, pno, vln, cell.
Fahrbach, Philipp Jr.: WOMAN'S LOVE.
N.Y., Carl Fischer. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Fanchetti, G.: PIZZICATO. ARABESQUE.
Magdeburg, Otto Wernthal [n.d.]. full score. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Fare, F.: LA CREOLE WALTZ.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1891. Bb crnt, pno, vln, cell.
Fauré, Jean Baptiste: LES RAMEAUX (THE PALMS).
arr. R. Klugescheid. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1907. pno, vln, cell.
Faust, C. {Carl?): ARION CARNIVAL MARCH. MILITAIR FESTKLANGE MARSCH, OP. 29.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1889. fl (ms.), A crnt, pno, vln 1, cell. w/ Strauss, J. PIZZICATO POLKA.
Strauss, Johann: PIZZICATO POLKA.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1889. fl (ms.), Bb crnt, pno, vln, cell.
Faust, C. {Carl?): THE FIGURANTS QUADRILLE.
N.Y., A.M. Schacht [n.d.]. picc, C clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn [cell], drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, bass.
Flégier, Ange: LOVE SONG (STANCES).
[N.Y.] G. SCHIRMER, 1891. pno score with vln, cell and voice. v. [ms.] transposed. vln [ms.], cell [ms.].
Fliege, Hermann: CIRCUS RENZ. GAVOTTE.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1882. A crnt, pno [J. Schott ed.], vln, cell. w/ Czibulka, A. STEPHANIE. GAVOTTE.
Czibulka, Alphons: STEPHANIE GAVOTTE.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1882. Bb crnt, pno [J. Schott Ed.], vln, cell. w/ Fliege, H. CIRCUS RENZ. GAVOTTE.
Flotow, Friedrich von: MARTHA ACT I DUET.
[n.p.], [n.d.]. bass vocal pt bass [ms.] transposed, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Frey, George W.: THE FIRST KISS.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1890. Bb crnt, pno, vln 1, cell.
Friedrichs, Ed: CARNAVAL DE VENISE. FANTASIE.
Mainz, B. Schott Sohne [n.d.]. Bb crnt, pno, cell.
Friml, Rudolf: CHANSON.
arr. Adolf Minot. N.Y., G. Schirmer, 1918. pno, vln obblig, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Froelich, Henry: ROMANZE. (IN THOUGHTS).
[n.p.] John Church, 1891. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Fürst, William: THE ISLE OF CHAMPAGNE WALTZ.
arr. Theo Moses Tobani, N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1893. fl, A crl, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Gaunt, Percy: TRIP TO CHINATOWN.
N.Y., Standard Music Co., 1892. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Box
8 Gay, Byron: SAND DUNES.
arr. G.E. Holmes. [n.p.], [n.d.]. C melody sax, Bb sop. sax, Eb alto sax, alto sax 1 and 2, Bb tenor sax, Eb baritone sax 1 and 2, Bb bass sax.
Geng, Charles: LA GREVE DES MUSICIANS (THE MUSICIANS STRIKE).
Paris, Richault, 1892. picc, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Gillet, Ernest: BONHEUR PERDU. (LOST HAPPINESS).
arr. Theo. Moses [Tobani] N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1893. pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Marie, G. SERENADE BADINE.
Marie, Gabriel: SERENADE BADINE.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1893. pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Gillet, E. BONHEUR PERDU. (LOST HAPPINESS).
Gillet, Ernest: DOUCE CARESSE.
Nice, Paul Decourcelle, 1893. full score, vln 1, vla, cell, bass.
Gillet, Ernest: LOIN DU BAL (ECHOES FROM THE BALL).
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1888. pno, [N.Y., T.B. Harons, n.d.], vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Gillet, Ernest: PATROUILLE ENFANTINE.
Caliveran Co., Calif., Jenny Lind U.S.A., 1890. full score [Nice, Paul Decourcelle, n.d.], vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Goltermann, G.: ADAGIO E TARANTELLA.
Offenbach a/M, Johann Andre [n.d.]. Bb clr, pno, vla.
Goodeve, Arthur: FIDDLER AND I.
High voice w/ piano and violin. Boston, Oliver Ditson [n.d.]. arr. [ms.] for string quartet by Richard Stoelzer [?]. voice and pno, vln 1, vln 2 [ms.], vla [ms.], cell [ms.].
Gounod, Charles: FAUST. SELECTIONS.
arr. Theo. Moses Tobani. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1884. fl, Bb crnt 1, pno, vln 1, cell.
Graedener, Carl G.P.: TRIO FOR VIOLIN, VIOLA AND CELLO.
Hamburg, Fritz Schuberth [n.d.]. vln, vla [ms.], cell.
Haller and Stafford: MARCH AND TWO STEP (MOONSHINE AND HONEY DEAR).
N.Y., Haller and Stafford, 1909. fl, ob, Bb clr 1 and 2, bsn, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Haller and Stafford: MEDLEY WALTZ (IF YOU LOVE ME, LOVE ME, LOVE ME AND ALWAYS THINK OF MOTHER).
N.Y., Haller and Stafford, 1909. fl, ob, Bb clr 1 and 2, bsn, F hrn 1 and 2, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Handel, George Frideric: LARGO.
arr. C. Rundnagel [?]. Manuscript. hrp, vln 1, vln 2 [2 c. one marked Viola d'amour], vla [printed, n.p., n.d., marked viola d'amour].
Harris, Charles K.: AFTER THE BALL. WALTZ.
arr. E. Boettger. N.Y., William Pelling, 1893. picc, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, bass. w/ McGlennon F. A KISS FROM YOUR OWN DEAR WIFE. THE. OLD, OLD FRIENDS IN THE OLD, OLD, HOME.
McGlennon, Felix: A KISS FROM YOUR OWN DEAR WIFE. THE OLD, OLD FRIENDS IN THE OLD, OLD HOME.
N.Y., William Pilling, 1893. picc, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, bass. w/ Harris, C.K. AFTER THE BALL. WALTZ.
Hatton, John Liptrot: VARIANTE ON GOODBYE, SWEETHEART, GOODBYE.
arr. Henry J.Widoner. N.Y., D. Muller, 1888. timp, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, bass. w/ Hauser, M. LULLABY.
Hauser, M.: LULLABY.
arr. D. Muller. N.Y., D. Muller, 1888. timp, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, bass.
Haydn, Joseph: DIE JAHRESZEITEN. ARIA.
arr. Th. v. Hanizki. Berlin, C.A. Challier [n.d.]. fl 1 and 2 [ms.], vln 1 [ms.], vln 2 [ms.], vla.
Haydn, Joseph: QUINTET. NO. 6 D MAJ.
arr. Berlin, N. Simrock [n.d.]. pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell [ms.], bass.
[supposed composer]: OXEN MENUET. MENUET DU BOEUF.
arr. Theo. Moses (Tobani). N.Y., Carl Fischer [n.d.]. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, C and G timp, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ his SYMPHONY NO. 5, A. MAJ. FINALE.
Haydn, Joseph: [SYMPHONY NO. 5, A MAJ.] FINALE.
arr. Theo. Moses (Tobani). N.Y., Carl Fischer [n.d.]. fl, A clr, A crnt, D and A timp, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ his OXEN MENUET.
Haydn, Joseph: [TRIO, PIANO, VIOLIN and VIOLONCELLO, H. XV, NO. 25, G MAJ.] RONDO ALL' ONGARESO (GYPSY RONDO).
R. Stoelzer [?]. Manuscript arr. for flute and strings. fl, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Heinemann, Carl: AULD LANG SYNE. CONCERT FANTASIE.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1889. fl, A clr 1 and 2, F hrn, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, solo violin, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell and bass [2 c.].
Helf, J. Fred: GESUNDHEIT. (TO YOUR HEALTH).
arr. Hermon Bellstedt. N. Y. Helf and Hager, 1907. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, vln 1 and 2, vla, bass.
Herbert, Victor: BECAUSE YOU'RE YOU (THE RED MILL).
N.Y., M. Witmark, 1906. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ his WHISTLE IT (THE RED MILL).
Herbert, Victor: WHISTLE IT (THE RED MILL).
N.Y., M. Witmark, 1906. fl and picc, Bb clr, Bb crnt, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ his BECAUSE YOU'RE YOU (THE RED MILL).
Herbert, Victor: PRINCE ANANIAS. MARCH.
[n.p.] Edward Schuberth, 1895. picc, fl, ob, Bb clr 1 and 2, bsn, F hrn, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Herbert, Victor: SERENADE OP. 12 CANZONETTA.
Berlin, Friedrich Luckhardt, 1890. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Hérold, Ferdinand: ZAMPA. OVERTURE.
arr. Theo. Moses [Tobani]. Berlin, Julius Weiss [n.d.]. pno, arr. Theo Moses, N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1893. vln 1 and 2,. vln 2 [ms. arr. R. Stoelzer?], vla, cell.
Hermann, Andrew: COCOANUT DANCE.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1891. fl, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Hess, Cliff: BEETS AND TURNIPS (FOX TROT).
by Cliff Hess and Fred E. Ahlert,arr. Milton Ager. N.Y., Waterson, Berlin and Snyder, 1914. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Hoffmann, F.: ANITA LANCERS.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1888. Bb crnt, pno, vln 1, cell.
Hofmann, Heinrich: SERENADE, OP. 65.
Leipzig, Breitkopf and Hartel [n.d.]. fl, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Hofmann, Richard: EASY PIECES FOR QUARTETTO. OP. 97.
Leipzig, Gebruder Hug [n.d.]
Holst, Edvard: TRIUMPH OF LOVE. GAVOTTE.
N.Y., J. Schott, 1887. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Bauer, H. COLUMBUS. GAVOTTE.
Bauer, H. [Heinrich?]: COLUMBUS. GAVOTTE.
N.Y., S. Schott, 1887. fl, A clr, A clr 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1, vln 2, vla, cell, bass.
Hosfeld, Samuel: A COLLECTION OF REELS, JIGS and CLOG DANCES.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1890. A crnt, Bb crnt, pno, vln 1, cell.
Box
9 Hosmer, Lucius: SOUTHERN RHAPSODY.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1916. fl, Bb crnt 1, Bb crnt 2 and 3, bass trbn, org, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Isenman, Emil: THE BELLS OF ST. PAUL 'S.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1897. fl, Bb clr Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, perc, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, bass. w/ Isenman, E. UNDER THE RED FLAG. and Lumbye, H. THE MOUSETRAP.
Isenman, Emil: UNDER THE RED FLAG.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1897. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pnom vln 1 and 2, vla, bass.
Lumbye, Hans Christian: THE MOUSE TRAP.
arr. Emil Isenman. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1897. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, bass.
Jaxone, H. L. D'Arcy: MY MEMORIES. WALTZES.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1893. fl, Bb clr 1 and 2, F hrn, Bb crnt 1 and 2, bass trbn, drm, timp, pno,. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Jaxone, H. L. D'Arcy: LA SERENATA. ITALIAN WALTZ.
Phila, Harry Coleman [n.d.]. Bb crnt, pno, vln 1, cell.
Jenkins, Claudia: HOE-CAKE SHUFFLE.
arr. Lee Orean Smith. Boston, N.Y., B. F. Wood, 1903. fl, A clr, A crnt, trbn, perc, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Jerome, M. K.: VALSE DE-MA-COUER.
arr. Will H. Vodery. N.Y., Waterson, Berlin and Snyder, 1914. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass (2 c.). w/ Berlin, I. HE'S A RAG PICKER.
Berlin, Irving: HE'S A RAG PICKER (DOWN ON THE FARM).
N.Y., Waterson, Berlin and Snyder, 1914. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass (2c.). w/ Jerome, M. K.: VALSE DE-MA-COUER.
Jongen, Joseph: QUARTET, STRINGS. C MIN., FOR 2 VIOLINS, VIOLA and VIOLONCELLO.
Liege, Leop. Muraille [n.d.]. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Jungnickel, Ross, comp.: ARTIST'S TRIO ALBUM FOR PIANO, VIOLIN AND VIOLONCELLO.
N.Y., Ross Jungnickel, 1913. Pno score, voln, cell.
Kéler-Béla, Adelbert von: LUSTSPIEL. OVERTURE.
arr. Theo. Moses [Tobani] N.Y., Carl Fischer [n.d.]. vln 2, cell, cell (ms. obligato ?).
Klein, Bruno Oscar: ZWIEGESPRACH (DIALOGUE), OP. 32.
Manuscript. [R. Stoelzer] N.Y., 1888. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Knight, Launce: OBISPAH WALTZES ON AIRS FROM THE HARVARD HASTY PUDDING PLAY.
arr. Theo. Bendix. Boston, Oliver Ditson, 1892. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt, trbn, drm and bells, pno, vln 2, vla, bass.
Koch, E.: BERKSHIRE MARCH.
N.Y., Standard Music Co., 1885. picc, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Strauss, E. KAISER FRANZ JOSEPH MARCH.
Strauss, E.: KAISER FRANZ JOSEPH MARCH.
fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2,trbn,drm,pno,vln 1 and 2, vla,cell,bass. w/ Koch, E. BERKSHIRE MARCH.
Koschat, Thomas: FORSAKEN.
arr. Henry S. Sawyer. Chicago, McKinley Music Co. [n.d.]. pno, vln 2, cell (ms.).
Krahl, Johann: LETZTE ROSE.
Transcription. Manuscript. pno, vln, vla, cell.
Krahl, Johann: OFFERTORIUM.
for string quartet and vocal quartet. Manuscript. voice parts (S.A.T.B.), vln 1 and 2, vla, solo vla d'a (arr. R. Stoelzer), cell, bass.
Kreisler, Fritz: LIEBESFREUD.
N.Y., Carl Fischer [1910]. pno, vln solo, vln, cell (arr. Chas. J. Roberts).
Kretschmer, Edmund: DIE FOLKSINGER. CORONATION MARCH.
arr. Theo Moses [Tobani] N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1885. fl (ms.), Bb crnt, pno, vln, cell.
Kunoth, George: HIPP, HIPP, HIPP HURRAH. EMPEROR MARCH.
arr. H. Alberti. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1899. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, bass. w/ Albert, H. J. von. THE MORNING AFTER (KATZENJAMMER).
Alberti, Hans Joachim von: THE MORNING AFTER (KATZENJAMMER).
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1899. fl, Bb clr, bsn, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, perc, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, bass.
Lacombe, Paul: AUBADE PRINTANIERE.
arr. Theo. Moses Tobani. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1889. pno, vln 1 and 2, vln (ms.), vla, cell, bass. w/ Muller-Berghaus, K. PIZZICATO SERENADE.
Müller-Berghaus, K.: PIZZICATA SERENADE.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1889. pno, vln 1 and 2, vln 1 (ms.), vla, cell, bass.
Lacome [d'Estaling], Paul [Jean Jacques]: MARCH TZIGANE.
Paris, Richault and Co., 1894. fl, ob, A clr, E hrn, A crnt, trpt 1,2 and 3, perc (3), vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Lange, Gustav: FLOWER SONG.
N.Y., Carl Fischer [n.d.]. fl (ms.), Bb crnt 1 and 2, pno, vln 1, cell (ms.).
Lange, Gustav: PURE AS SNOW. IDYLLE.
N.Y., Standard Music Co., [n.d.]. fl, A clr 1 and 2, vln 1 and 2, vla. w/ Verdi, G. [I LOMBARDI] PILGRIM'S CHORUS.
Verdi, Guiseppe: [I LOMBARDI] PILGRIM'S CHORUS.
N.Y., Standard Music Co., [n.d.]. fl, C clr 1 and 2, trbn, drm, vln 1 and 2, vla (ms. if no cello), bass.
Langer, G.: GRANDMA (GROSSMUTTERCHEN).
arr. N.F. Ambrosio. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1912. vln 1 and 2.
Langey, Otto: THE DANCING FAIRY. MENUETT.
Boston, Oliver Ditson, 1890. fl, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Langey, Otto: FELICE.
N.Y., Otto Langey, 1896. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Langey, Otto: MANDOLINA. MEXICAN SERENADE.
arr. Theo. Moses [Tobani]. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1885. A crnt 1 and 2, pno, pno (ms. arr.), vln 1, vln (ms. arr.), vln 2 (ms.), cell (ms.).
Langey, Otto: ON TIP TOE (INTERMEZZO) OP. 94.
N.Y., J. Schott, 1891. fl (ms.), pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Langey, Otto: PECHE MIGNON. OVERTURE.
Phila., Harry Coleman [n.d.]. fl, A clr 1 and 2, F hrn, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Langey, Otto: THE SERENADERS.
London, La Fleur and Son [n.d.]. vln 1 and 2, vla, vla (ms.), cell, bass.
Box
10 Lansing, G.L.: THE DARKIE'S DREAM.
arr. J. Ringleben. N.Y., J. Schott, 1891. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell (ms.), bass.
Larstner, Max: SERENADE.
Leipzig, J. Rieter-Biedermann, 1890. pno, vln, vla (ms.), cell.
Latann, C.: FEST OVERTURE.
N.Y., Standard Music Co., 1885. fl, Bb clr (ms.), Bb crnt, pno, vln 1.
Leslie, Edgar and Harry Puck: CALIFORNIA AND YOU.
arr. Wm. Schulz. N.Y., Kalmar and Puck, 1914. picc, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Goetz, E.R. and Goodwin, J. MY CROONY MELODY.
Goetz, E. Ray and Joe Goodwin: MY CROONY MELODY.
arr. Wm. Schulz. N.Y., Weterson, Berlin and Snyder, 1914. picc, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.w/ Leslie, E. and Puck, H. CALIFORNIA AND YOU.
Le Thiere, Charles: THE EMPRESS' FAVORITE MARCH.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1894. picc, A clr 1 and 2, F hrn, A crnt 1 and 2, bass trbn, drm, pno,. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Honig, L. THE STAR OF FORTUNE.
Honig, Louis: THE STAR OF FORTUNE. TRIUMPHAL MARCH.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1894. fl and picc, Bb clr 1 and 2, F hrn, Bb crnt 1 and 2, bass trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Le Thiere, C. THE EMPRESS' FAVORITE MARCH.
Le Thiere, Charles: MABEL'S FAVORITE. GAVOTTE.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1893. A clr 1 and 2, D hrn, A crnt 1 and 2, bass trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ his NUBIAN FESTIVAL. MARCH.
Le Thiere, Charles: NUBIAN FESTIVAL. MARCH.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1893. fl and picc, Bb clr 1 and 2, F hrn, Bb crnt 1 and 2, bass trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla,. cell, bass. w/ his MABEL'S FAVORITE. GAVOTTE.
Le Thiere, Charles: VALSE IMPERIA.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1893. fl, Bb clr 1 and 2, F hrn, Bb crnt 1 and 2, bass trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Le Thiere, Charles: VALSE MARMION.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1893. fl, Bb clr, 1 and 2, F hrn 1 and 2, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, cell, bass.
Le Thiere, Charles: VILLAGE LIFE IN THE OLDEN TIME.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1893. fl, Bb clr 1 and 2, D hrn 1,2,3 and 4, B crnt 1, A crnt 2, trbn 3, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Lincke, [Paul?]: I HAVE NO OTHER SWEETHAERT BUT YOU. IF THE WIND HAD ONLY BLOWN THE OTHER WAY.
Hall La Farge. N.Y., Jos. W. Stern and Co., 1909. picc, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm and bells, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Linke, [P?] MY HUSBAND'S IN THE CITY. and FATHER WAS A GRAND OLD MAN.
Lincke, [Paul?]: MY HUSBAND'S IN THE CITY. FATHER WAS A GRAND OLD MAN.
arr. Hall La Farge. N.Y., Jos. W. Stern and Co., 1909. picc, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm and bells, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Lincke, [Paul?]: SPRING BEAUTIFUL SPRING (O FRUHLING WIE BIST DU SO SCHON).
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1909. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Lodge, Henry: BOSTON STOP.
arr. Wm. Schulz. N.Y., Waterson, Berlin and Snyder, 1914. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Lortzing, Albert: CZAR UND ZIMMERMANN (CZAR AND CARPENTER). OVERTURE.
N.Y., Standard Music Co., 1884. fl, A crnt pno, vln 1, cell.
Losey, F.H.: PARADE OF THE HUMMING BIRDS.
Williamsport, Pa.,Vandersloot Music. Pub., 1906. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, bass.
Lotti, Antonio: ARIA.
Manuscript. cond. score, fl 1 and 2, clr 1 and 2, pno, vln 1, vln 2 (2 c.), vla alt, vla, cell, bass 1 and 2.
Lumbye, Hans Christian: TRAUMBILDER. FANTASIE.
arr. Theo. Moses [Tobani] N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1885. fl, A clr, A crnt, pno, vln 1.
Mackie, W.H., arr.: THE GIRL I LEFT BEHIND.
N.Y., Standard Music, 1893. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 Grace Conroy), vln 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ his I'M ANOTHER.
Mackie, W.H., arr.: I'M ANOTHER.
N.Y., Standard Music, 1893. picc, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Mahl, Franz: MAZEPPA OVERTURE.
N.Y., E. Pergament, 1890. pno, vln 1 and 2, cell.
Maillart, Louis (Aime): [DAS GLOCKCHENDES EREMITEN] HERMIT'S BELL. SELECTION.
arr. A. Hoffman. N.Y., Standard Music Co., 1887. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt, pno, vln 1, cell.
Mascagni, Pietro: CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA. INTERMEZZO SINFONICO.
Berlin,. Bote and Block [n.d.]. pno, vln 1 and 2, vla (ms. on verso), cell, bass.
Massenet, Jules: LE DERNIER SOMMEIL DE LA VIERGE. ANDANTE RELIGIOSO.
[Paris ?] L. Parent [n.d.]. pno, vln (ms) transcribed Ad. Herman (arr. R. Stoelzer?), vla d'a (arr. R. Stoelzer).
Massenet, Jules: LE DERNIER SOMMEIL DE LA VIERGE. SCENE 4. PRELUDE.
[arr. R. Stoelzer? 1891] Paris, Heugel and Cie. [n.d.]. vln, vln 1 and 2 (ms.), vla (ms.), cell (ms.), bass (ms.). w/ Lassen, AH! TIS A DREAM.
Lassen: AH! TIS A DREAM.
Manuscript. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Meissler, Josef: DREAM FACES. WALTZ.
Carl Fischer [n.d.]. fl and picc, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell and bass (2 c.).
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix: ATHALIA. KRIEGSMARSCH DER PRIESTER.
Leipzig, Breitkopf and Hartel [n.d.]. pno, vln, cell (ms.).
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix: ELIJAH. ARIA.
arr. R. Stoelzer[?] for string quartet. Manuscript. vln 1 and 2, vla cell (2 var. c.), cell (solo). w/ his A NEW HEAVEN AND A NEW EARTH.
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix: QUARTET, A MIN. INTERMEZZO.
Leipzigt, A. Payne [n.d.]. Cond. score, vln 1(ms. 3/6/1897), vln 2 (ms. 3/3/1897), vla (ms.)
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix: ROMAN CARNIVAL MARCH.
arr. Emil Doenman. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1889. picc, fl, C clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, vln 1 and 2, vla, bass. w/ Auber, D. LA VIASTESA. and Silva, P. SPANISH WEDDING SERENADE.
Auber, Daniel Francois Esprit: LA VIASTESA (THE PIRATE'S DAUGHTER).
arr. E. Isenman. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1889. fl, picc, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, bass. w/ Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, F. ROMAN CARNIVAL MARCH and Silva, P. SPANISH WEDDING SERENADE.
Silva, Pedro: SPANISH WEDDING SERENADE.
arr. Emil Isenman. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1889. picc and fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, bass. w/ Auber, D. LA VIASTESA and w/ Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, F. ROMAN CARNIVAL MARCH.
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix: WEDDING MARCH (MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM).
arr. J. Mallach. N.Y., A. M. Schacht [n.d.]. fl, C clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell (ed. Schott), bass.
Metcalf, C. Bruce: SCOTCH HEATHER.
Chandler-Ebel Music Co., 1914. fl, A clr, A crnt, trbn, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Métra, Olivier: LA VAGUE. WALTZES.
Phila., Harry Coleman [n.d.]. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, vln 2, vla, cell, bass.
Métra, Olivier: TOUR DU MONDE VALSE.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1890. fl, Aclr 1 and 2, chorus, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Métra, Olivier: VOLUNTEER'S MARCH.
N.Y., J. Schott, 1884. fl (ms.), A crnt, pno, vln, cell. w/ Gillmore, P.S. 22ND REGIMENT MARCH.
Gillmore, P.S.: 22nd REGIMENT MARCH.
N.Y., J. Schott, 1884. fl, [ms.], A crnt, pno, vln 1, cell.
Meyerbeer, Giacomo: LES HUGUENOTS. SCENA-ROMANZA.
Manuscript. fl, clr, bsn, hrn 1 and 2, trpt, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla 1 and 2, cell. (solo), cell. and bass.
Meyerbeer, Giacomo: ROBERT LE DIABLE. CAVATINE. TOI QUI J'AINE.
N.Y., Century Music [n.d.]. fl (ms.), pno, pno (ms. arr. R. Stoelzer?), vln, vln 1 (ms. arr. R. Stoelzer?), cell (ms.).
Meyer-Helmund, Erik: MAIDEN'S SONG.
arr. Ovide Musin. N.Y., Edward Schuberth, 1886. pno, vln 2 (ms.), cell (ms.).
Meyer-Helmund, Erik: SERENADE ROCCOCO.
Leipzig, Bosworth, 1893. cond. score, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Box
11 Millocker, Karl: GASPARONE-LANCERS.
arr. Theo Moses Tobani. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1885. fl and picc, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Millocker, Karl: GASPARONE. SELECTION.
arr. Theo Moses Tobani. N.Y., Carl Fischer [n.d.]. fl, A crnt, pno, vln 1, cell.
Millocker, Karl: DAS SONNTAGSKIND. CHILD OF FORTUNE. LANCERS.
arr. H. Hermanson. N.Y., E. Pergament, 1892. picc, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Millocker, Karl: MODERNES MARSCH ALBUM 16 BERUHMTE MARSCHE FUR KLAVIER, VIOLINE UND CELLO.
Hamburg, Anton J. Benjamin, 1899.
Mohr, Hermann: DREI LEICHTE QUARTETTE. OP. 67.
Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt, 1891.
Mollenhauer, [Edward ?]: FANTASIE-DIXIE.
N.Y., J. Schott, 1886. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, bass.
Morena, Camillo: VERGNUGUNGS-ANZEIGER. POTPOURRI.
Hamburg, Anton J. Benjamin, 1920. fl, ob, B clr, trpt, trbn, perc.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: DON GIOVANNI. OVERTURE.
Mainz, B. Schott [n.d.]. fl (ms.), vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: [QUARTET, PIANO and STRINGS. K. 478, G MIN.].
Mainz, Schott [1788]. pno, vln, vla, cell.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: [QUARTET, PIANO and STRINGS. K. 478, G MIN.].
Leipzig,Breitkopf and Hartel [n.d.]. pno, vln, vla, cell.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: SONATE FUR VIOLONCELLO and PIANOFORTE (NACHGELASSENES WERK).
Leipzig, C.F. Peters [n.d.]. pno, vla (ms. arr. R. Stoelzer?), cell.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: Symphony no.4 in C Major.
arr. Quartet. Leipzig Breitkopf and Hartel [n.d] fl,vln,vla,cell
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: TITUS. OVERTURE.
rr. Julius Weiss. Berlin, Julius Weiss [n.d.]. fl (ms.), pno, vln 1 and 2 (arr. J.G. Burch. Offenbach a/M, Jean Andre), vla, vla (arr. Burch), vla (ms.), vla alt,. cell (arr. Burch).
Munkelt, Fr.: ABSCHIED VON DER HERMATH. FANTASIE.
Meissen, A.H. Fredler, [n.d.]. fl, ob, B clr 1 and 2, bsn, F hrn, B trpt 1 and 2, trbn, perc, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Nicolai, Otto: MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR. OVERTURE.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1912. pno cond., vln 1.
Nitz, Fr.: BONFIRE GALOP.
N.Y., A.M. Schacht [n.d.]. A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn. drm, vln 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ his HERCULES GALOP.
Nitz, Fr.: HERCULES GALOP.
N.Y., A.M. Schacht [n.d.]. C clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, vln 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ his BONFIRE GALOP.
Nitz, Fr.: CINDERELLA WALTZ QUADRILLE.
N.Y., A.M. Schacht, 1885. picc, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 172, vla, cell, bass.
Oelschlegel, A. [Alfred?]: SERENADE.
[n.p., n.d.]. vln, cell. ms. scores: fl, vla, vla d'a, harp?, arr. R. Stoelzer?
Offenbach, Jacques: SELECTIONS FROM LA PERICHOLE.
arr. D. Muller. N.Y., D. Muller; C. Fischer [n.d.]. A crnt 1 and 2, pno, vln, cell.
Orth, Charles J.: DRAPER HALL MARCH.
arr. Frank Mayr. Milwaukee, Charles J. Orth, 1894. fl, A clr, A crnt, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, bass.
Orth, Charles J.: THE SPANISH BEGGAR GIRL. WALTZ.
Milwaukee, Chas. J. Orth, 1896. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, perc, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, bass.
Osborne, Nat: IN LOVE'S GARDEN JUST YOU AND I. VALSE D' HESITATION.
arr. Wm. Schulz. N.Y., Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder, 1914. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Pache, Johannes: ES WAR EIN TRAUM.
Leipzig, Gebruder Hug, 1892. full score, fl and pno (ms. arr. R. Stoelzer), vln 1 and 2. vla, (ms. arr. R. Stoelzer), cell (solo), cell, bass.
Pache, Johannes: SERENADE. BARCAROLLE. PIZZICATO GAVOTTE.
arr. Gustav Saenger. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1898. pno, vln, vla, cell.
Paer, Ferdinando: SARGINO.
arr. J.G. Busch. Offenbach a/M, Jean Andre [n.d.]. fl, vln 1, vln 2 (ms.), vla, cell.
Palicot, Georges: MADRIGAL (PIZZICATO).
arr. Richard Stoelzer. Manuscript. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Lefebvre, C. ANDANTE, OP. 103.
Lefebvre, Charles Edouard: ANDANTE [vln and pno] OP. 103.
arr. R. Stoelzer. Manuscript. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Palicot, G. MADRIGAL (PIZZICATO).
Parlow, A. [Albert?]: THE ANVIL.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1888. Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, perc (anvil and bells), pno, vln 1, cell, bass. w/ Brooks, E. DANCING IN THE BARN.
Brooks, E., arr.: DANCING IN THE BARN.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1888. Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln, cell, bass. w/ Parlow, A., THE ANVIL.
Pessard, Emile: CAPITAINE FRACASSE. MENUET DES PETITS VIOLINS.
Paris, Alphonse Leduc [n.d.]. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Piantodosi, Al: SWEETHEART'S A PRETTY NAME WHEN IT IS Y-O-U.
arr. Wm. Schulz. N.Y., Ted Snyder Co., 1909. picc, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Planquette, Robert: PAUL JONES LANCERS.
arr. Theo. Moses Tobani. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1890. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Ponchielli, Amilcare: LA GIOCONDA. DANCE OF THE HOURS.
arr. Theo. Moses Tobani. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1915. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, org, vln (solo), vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Box
12 Puerner, Charles: GRANZIELLA (MORCEAU DE SALON).
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1895. fl, A clr 1 and 2, F hrn, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn 1 and 2, trbn 3 and bsn, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla,. cell, bass.
Puerner, Charles: THE IRISH WEDDING.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1890. picc, A clr 1 and 2, F hrn, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Puerner, Charles: THE MERRY MONARCH (LANCIERS).
Phila, Harry Coleman, 1891. Bb crnt, pno, vln 1, cell.
Puerner, Charles: STEP BY STEP MARCH.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1891. A crnt, pno, vln 1, cell. w/ Thiele, H.H. PRESS CLUB MARCH.
Thiele, H.H.: PRESS CLUB MARCH.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1891. Bb crnt, pno, vln 1, cell. w/ Puerner, C., STEP BY STEP MARCH.
Raff, Joachim: LOVE'S HAPPINESS FROM LENORE SYMPHONY.
arr. Ross Jungnickel. N.Y., Ross Jungnickel, 1917. fl, Bb clr, Bb trpt 1 and 2, trbn, trimpaini ? in Bb and Eb, harm, pno, vln (obligato), vln 1 and 2, cell, bass.
Raff, Joachim: PARTING. MARCH FROM SYMPHONY V, LENORE.
[n.p.] F. Schirmer, 1890. fl (ms.), pno, vln (ms.), cell (ms.).
Raff, Joachim: [QUARTETR, STRINGS, OP. 192, NO. 2. ARR.] THE MILLER'S SWEETHEART.
arr. Gustav Saenger. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1902. pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Raff, Joachim: TARANTELLE.
Manuscript. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Ramini, R.: XALAX CHORUS and FINALE.
arr. Emil Isenman. Baltimore, Emil Isenman, 1889. fl and picc (Carl Fischer Ed.), A clr (Fischer), A crnt 1, A crnt 2 (Fischer), trbn (Fischer), drm (Fischer), pno,. vln 1, vln 1 (Fischer), vla (Fischer), bass (Fischer). w/ Isenman, E. THE TOWER OF LONDON OVERTURE and Wagner, R. MAGESTIC HARMONY MARCH.
Isenman, Emil: THE TOWER OF LONDON. OVERTURE.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1889. fl, C clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, bass.
Wagner, Richard: MAJESTIC HARMONY MARCH.
arr. Emil Eisenman. Baltimore, Emil Eisenman, 1889. picc (Carl Fischer ed.), C clr (Fischer), A crnt 1, A crnt 2 (Fischer), trbn (Fischer), drm (Fischer), pno,. vln 1, vln 2 (Fischer), vla (Fischer), bass (Fischer).
Richard: LA FEE DE POTSDAM.
Phila., Harry Coleman [n.d.]. fl, A clr 1 and 2, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, pno, vln 172, vla, cell (ms. changes), bass.
Reinecke, Carl: KING MANFRED, ACT 5. PRELUDE.
Manuscript. fl (2 var. c.), ob, Bb clr, bsn, F hrn, F timp, vln 1 (4 var. c.), vln 2 (3 var. c.), vla (2 var. c.), cell (2 var. c.), bass (2 var. c.). w/ Ries, F. SLUMBER SONG.
Reis, Franz: Slumber Song.
Manuscript vln 1 and 2, vla, bass. w/ Reinecke, C. KING MANFRED, ACT 5. PRELUDE.
Reinecke, Carl: TEARS. OP. 88.
arr. R. Stoelzer? for viola d'amore, violin and cello. Manuscript. vln, vla d'a, cell. w/ ROMANZE FOR FLUTE, VIOLIN, AND CELLO.
Ritter, Hermann: AUF DEN WILLEN, OP. 27.
Nurnberg, Wilhelm Schmid [n.d.]. A crnt (arr. R. Stoelzer?), pno, vln (ms, arr. R. Stoelzer?), vla alt.
Ritter, Herman: CONCERT PHANTASIE.
Manuscript. vln 1, vln 2 (2 var. c.), cell (2 var. c.). w/ Various pieces on verso of each part.
Ritter, Herman: CONCERTO FOR VIOLA ALTA, OP. 35.
Manuscript. cond. score, fl 1 and 2, ob 1 and 2, clr 1 and 2, bsn 1 and 2, hrn 1 and 2, timp, vln 1. (2 more var. c. on verso of Ritter ROMANZA), vln 2, vla 1 and 2, cell, bass.
Ritter, Herman: CONCERTO FOR VIOLA ALTA, OP. 35. INTRODUCTION ET ROMANZA.
Manuscript. fl, ob 1 and 2, F hrn 1 and 2, vln 1 (3 var. c.), vln 1 (2 var. c., one with harp), vln 2 (3 var. c.), vla (2 var. c.).
Ritter, Reinhold: KLEIN ABER MEIN. PIZZICATOSTUCK.
Berlin, S. Philipp and Sohn [n.d.]. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Roberts, Charles J.: CUPID'S CARESS. VALSE LENTE.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1909. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, perc, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Romano, Paolo: SERENADE D'AMOUR.
arr. R. Klugescheid. N.Y., F. Schmidt, 1905. Bb clr, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Rossini, Gioacchino A.: LA GAZZA LADRA. OVERTURE.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1886. fl, A clr, A crnt, pno, vln, cell, cell (ms. solo with flute part for GROSSMUTTERCCHEN LANDLER on verso).
Rossini, Gioacchino A.: L'ITALIANA IN ALGIERI. OVERTURE.
N.Y., Standard Music Co., 1886. fl, Bb crnt, vln 1, vln 2 (ms. 2 c. arr. for flute quartet), vln 2 (ms. arr. for piano quartet),. vla (ms. arr. from cello part for flute quartet), vla (ms. arr. for piano quartet), cell.
Rossini, Gioacchino A.: SEMIRAMIDE. OVERTURE.
arr. J. Lemoire. N.Y., J. Schott, 1886. fl, A clr (ms.), A crnt, pno, vln, cell (ms.).
Rossini, Gioacchino A.: TANCREDI. OVERTURE.
Offenbach a/M, Jean Andre [n.d.]. fl, vln 2, vln 2 (ms. 3 var. c.), vla, cell.
Rossini, Gioacchino A.: [TANCREDI] OVERTUREN AUS BELIEBTEN OPERN TANCRED.
Berlin, Jul. Weiss [n.d.]. pno (N.Y., Carl Fischer, l891), vln 1 and 2, vla (ms changes), cell.
Rossini, Gioacchino A.: WILLIAM TELL. OVERTURE.
arr. J. Lemoire. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1888. fl, A clr, A crnt 172, trbn, drm and triangle, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Saenger, Gustave, arr.: KOL NIDREI.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, l909. pno, vln 1 and 2.
Box
13 Saint-Saens, Camille: LE DELUGE.
Manuscript. org, pno (transposed), vla.
Saint-Saens, Camille: ROMANCE.
Manuscript. harm, org, pno, vln, cell.
Sarasate, Pablo de: NAVARRA.
Berlin, N. Simrock [n.d.]. pno, vln 1 and 2.
Sarasate, Pablo de: SPANISCHE TANZE III. ROMANZA ANDALUZA.
Berlin, N. Simrock, 1879. fl (ms., arr. R. Stoelzer?), pno, vln.
Saro, [J. Heinrich?]: ABENDLIED.
arr. Richard Stoelzer[?] Manuscript. fl, pno, vln, cell.
Saro, [J. Heinrich?]: WINTER.
arr. Richard Stoelzer. Manuscript. fl, pno, vln, cell.
Scharwenka, Franz Xavier: POLISH NATIONAL DANCE.
arr. Theo. Moses [Tobani] N.Y., Carl Fischer [n.d.]. fl, A clr, A crnt, pno, vln, cell (ms.). w/ Boustet, Ed. REVE APRES LE BAL.
Boustet, Ed.: REVE APRES LE BAL.
N.Y., Carl Fischer [n.d.]. fl, A clr, A crnt, pno, vln, cell.
Scheuer, H.: LES MELODIES DES ALPES.
Bremen, A.E. Fischer [n.d.]. pno, vln 1 and 2. w/ Boustet, Ed. REVE APRES LE BAL.
Schiller, Sam: TWO GUITARS (RUSSIAN-GYPSY FOLK SONG).
N.Y., J. and J. Kammen, 1931. pno, vln 1.
Schlepegrell, R., arr.: SARATOGA LANCERS.
N.Y., J. Schott, 1884. Bb crnt, pno, vln 1, cell.
Schlepegrell, R., arr.: SERENADE ESPAGNOLE.
N.Y., J. Chas. Grammuk, 1884. fl (ms. arr. R. Stoelzer ?), A crnt, pno, vln.
Scholz, Bernhard: QUARTET, STRINGS, G MAJ.
Leipzig, C. F. Peters [n.d.]. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Schrappé, T.: HEART'S DESIRE. GAVOTTE.
N.Y., Standard Music Co. [n.d.]. fl, C clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, bells, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Nesvadba, J. LORELEY PARAPHRASE.
Nesvadba, Joseph: LORELEY PARAPHRASE.
N.Y., Standard Music Co., [n.d.]. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, timp, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell and bass. w/ Schrappé, T. HEART'S DESIRE. GAVOTTE.
Schumann, Robert: ABENDLIED. NORDISCHES LIED and TRAUMEREI.
Leipzig, A. Payne [n.d.]. full score, vln 1 and 2, cell.
Schumann, Robert: ABENDLIED. TRAUMEREI.
Berlin, Carl Simon [n.d.]. org, pno, vln 1 (ABENDLIED only), vln 2, vla, cell, bass.
Schwartz, Jean: BACK TO THE CAROLINA YOU LOVE.
arr. Wm. Schulz. [n.p.]. Bb clr, pno, vla.
Schwratz, Jean: WINTER NIGHTS. Introducing I CAN'T STOP LOVING YOU NOW by Ted Snyder. MEDLEY ONE OR TWO-STEP.
N.Y., Waterson, Berlin and Snyder, 1915. picc, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Siering, Moritz: SERENADE, OP. 15.
Dresden and Leipzig, W. Bock [n.d.]. fl, Bb clr, ob, vln, vla, cell.
Skalmer, Henry: POLONAISE BRILLANTE.
N.Y., Henry Skalmer, 1891. pno, vln, cell (ms. arr. R. Stoelzer).
Sousa, John Philip: THE BELLE OF CHICAGO. MARCH.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1892. A crnt, pno, vln 1, cell. w/ Fiala, F. HUSTAK MARCH.
Fiala, Fr.: HUSTAK MARCH.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1892. A crnt, pno, vln 1, cell. w/ Sousa, J.P., THE BELLE OF CHICAGO. MARCH.
Sousa, John Philip: THE HIGH SCHOOL CADETS.
Phila, Harry Coleman, 1890. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ his THE PICADORE MARCH.
Sousa, John Philip: THE PICADORE MARCH.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1890. picc, Bb clr, Bb crtn 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 172, vla, cell, bass. w/ his THE HIGH SCHOOL CADETS.
Sousa, John Philip: THE LIBERTY BELL MARCH.
Cincinnati, John Church, 1894. Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn and tuba, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Sousa, John Philip: OUR FLIRTATION MARCH.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1890. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ his WASHINGTON POST MARCH.
Sousa, John Philip: WASHINGTON POST MARCH.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1890. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ his OUR FLIRTATION MARCH.
Sousa, John Philip: SOUND OFF MARCH.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1886. Bb crnt, pno, vln, cell. w/ Strobbe, W. BOHEMIA POLKA.
Strobbe, William: BOHEMIA POLKA.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1886. B crnt, A crnt, pno, vln 1, cell. w/ Sousa, J.P., SOUND OFF MARCH.
Sousa, John Philip: TALLY-HO OVERTURE.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1886. fl, A clr 1 and 2, D hrn, A crnt 1 and 2, timp, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Spohr, L. [Louis?]: RECITATIVE and ADAGIO.
Manuscript. fl 2, Bb clr 2, Bb hrn, bsn 1 and 2, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Stange, Max: NACHTGEBET.
Manuscript. Transposed. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell. w/ Raff, J. CAVATINE.
Raff, Joachim: CAVATINI.
Manuscript. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell. w/ Stange, M., NACHTGEBET.
Stearns, F. K.: LA ZINGARELLA WALTZES.
[n.p., n.d.]. picc, ob, Eb clr, Bb clr 1 and 2, bsn, Eb crnt, Bb crnt solo, Bb crnt 1,2 and 3, alto hrn 1 and 2, alto hrn 3 and 4,. baritone, trbn 1,2 and 3, tuba, drm.
Stix, [Carl?]: FLETTERWOCHEN. WALZER CAPRICE.
Manuscript. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Stix, [Carl?]: MOCKING BIRD.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1891. fl, A clr 1 and 2, F hrn, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, timp, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Stix, [Carl?]: THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME.
Phila., Harry Coleman, l886. fl, A clr 1 and 2, D hrn, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, timp and drm, pno, solo vln, vln 1 and 2, vla,. cell, bass.
Stoelzer, Richard [?]: AT NIGHT. FANTASIE DUETT.
Manuscript. Vln 2.
Stoelzer, Richard[?]: DREAM OF AN EVE. STRING QUARTET.
Manuscript. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Stoelzer, Richard [?]: FANTASIE. VIOLA D'AMORE SOLO.
Manuscript. fl, vln 1 and 2, cell, bass.
Stoelzer, Richard [?]: MY FIRST QUARTET.
Manuscript. vln 1,2 and 3, cell.
Stoelzer, Richard, arr. [?]: ANDANTE and MINUET.
Manuscript. vln 1 and 2, cell.
Stoelzer, Richard, arr. [?]: BEAUTIFUL OHIO.
Manuscript. alto sax 1 and 2, C ten sax, Bb ten sax, bar sax, bass sax, trio score, pno.
Stoelzer, Richard arr.[?]: COMIC TRIO. VARIATIONS ON DU, DU, LIEGST MIR IM HERZEN.
Manuscript. vln, vla, cell.
Stoelzer, Richard, arr. [?]: CONCERT POLONAISE.
Manuscript. fl, C clr 1 and 2, C hrn, Bb crnt, Bb trpt 1 and 2, trbn, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, bass.
Stoelzer, Richard, arr. [?]: THE GOLF. TWO STEP.
Reproduced from ms. [n.p.]. ob, bsn, C clr, F hrn, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn 1 and 2, trbn 3 and tuba, drm, pno.
Stoelzer, Richard, arr. [?]: MARCHEN KOMZACH. SERENADE ROCCOCO. SCHLUMMERLIED.
Manuscript. fl, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Stoelzer, Richard, arr. [?]: SCOTCH AIRS. SELECTION.
Manuscript. pno (pub. score, n.p., n.d.), vln, cell.
Stoelzer, Richard, arr. [?]: A SLUMBER SONG.
Manuscript. pno, vla and vla da gamba, cell.
Box
14 Strauss, Johann: BEAUTIFUL BLUE DANUBE WALTZ [FOR] ONE, OR TWO VIOLINS AND PIANO.
N.Y., Century Music Publ. Co., 1923. pno, vln 1 and 2.
Strauss, Johann: THE GIPSY BARON. SELECTIONS.
arr. Theo. Moses [Tobani] N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1886. fl, A crnt, pno, vln 1, cell.
Strauss, Johann: KISS WALTZ from MERRY WAR.
N.Y, Carl Fischer, 1882. A crnt, pno, vln 1, cell.
Strauss, Johann: [A NIGHT IN VENICE] LAGOONS WALTZ.
N.Y., New York Music Pub., 1884. fl, A and C clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1, vla, cell, bass.
Strauss, Johann: A NIGHT IN VENICE. MARCH.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1885. A crnt, pno, vln 1, cell. w/ Yarwood, R.J. WECCACOE GALOP.
Yarwood, R.J.: WECCACOE GALOP.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1885. Bb crnt, pno, vln 1, cell. w/ Strauss, J., A NIGHT IN VENICE. MARCH.
Strauss, Johann: O! SCHOENER MAY. WALTZ.
N.Y., Carl Fischer [n.d.]. fl, C clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell (ms.), bass.
Strauss, Johann: ONE HEART, ONE MIND. POLKA MAZURKA.
N.Y., Carl Fischer [n.d.]. fl and picc, C clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn and tuba, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Smith, E. T. THE HORNPIPE. POLKA.
Smith, E. T.: THE HORNPIPE. POLKA.
N.Y., Carl Fischer [n.d.]. picc, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Strauss, J., ONE HEART, ONE MIND. POLKA MAZURKA.
Strauss, Johann: PRINCE METHUSALEM. SELECTION.
arr. Geo. Wiegand. N.Y., New York Music Pub., 1883. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt, vln, cell.
Strauss, Johann and Josef Strauss and Eduard Strauss: STRAUSS ALBUM.
Hamburg, Aug. Cranz [n.d.]. fl (ms. arr. R. Stoelzer?), pno, vln.
Strelezski, A. [Anton?]: HAPPY DAYS.
London, Joseph Williams; N.Y., Edw. Schuberth, 1890. voice, pno, vln or fl (arr. G. Paponi), vln or fl or cell (arr. J. Hollman), vln (arr. R. Stoelzer), vla (arr. R. Stoelzer),. vla d'a (arr. R. Stoelzer), cell, cell (arr. R. Stoelzer, 2 var. c.).
Stromberg, J. A. [John?]: THE BELLES OF FIFTH AVENUE. SCHOTTISCHE.
N.Y., William Pilling, 1893. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, w/ Sorg, J. MY PRETTY PALMIST. YORK.
Sorg, John C.: MY PRETTY PALMIST. YORK.
N.Y., William Pilling, 1893. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm and bells, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell (ms.), bass. w/ Stromberg, J.A., THE BELLES OF FIFTH AVENUE. SCHOTTISCHE.
Strube, Gustav: ELEGIE.
N.Y., G. Schirmer, 1902. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Sudds, William F.: AN EVENING ON THE LAKE.
[n.p.] John Church Co., 1889. pno, vln 1 (ms. additions), vln 2 (ms. additions), vla (ms. additions), cell, bass.
Sudds, William F.: THE SWING.
Boston, Thompson and Odell [n.d.]. fl, pno, vln 2, vla, cell 1 and 2, bass.
Sullivan, Arthur: RUDDYGORE. SELECTION.
arr. Geo. Wiegand. N.Y., Music Pub., 1887. fl, A crnt, pno, vln 1, cell.
Suppe, Franz von: CLOVER. SELECTION.
arr. Theo. Moses Tobani. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1889. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Suppe, Franz von: FANFANIE MARCH. THE JOURNEY TO AFRICA.
N.Y., A.M. Schacht, 1883. Bb crnt, pno, vln 1, cell. w/ Nitz, Fr. EMPIRE CITY MARCH.
Nitz, Fr.: EMPIRE CITY MARCH.
N.Y., A.M. SCHECHT, 1883. Bb crnt, pno, vln, cell.
Suppe, Franz von: LIGHT CAVALRY. OVERTURE.
N.Y., D.F. Muller, 1881. fl, A crnt, pno, vln 1, cell. w/ Nitz, F. EMPIRE CITY MARCH.
Suppe, Franz von: POET and PEASANT (DICHTER UND BAUER) OVERTURE.
arr. V. G. Wichtl. N.Y., S.T. Gordon and Son [n.d.]. fl (ms.), A crnt, vln (ms. additions), cell solo (ms. with Mignon, ms.), cell (ms.). w/ his THE JOURNEY TO AFRICA.
Taubert, Ernst Ed.: QUARTET, STRINGS, OP. 32, NO. 1.
Berlin, Raabe and Plothow [n.d.]. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Taylor, Herbert H.: IN THE WILDWOOD WHERE THE BLUE BELLS GREW. MEDLEY WALTZ.
arr. Everett J. Evans. N.Y., New York Music Pub., 1907. fl, Bb clr, F hrn, crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm,, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Tchaikovsky, Peter I.: NUR WER DIE SEHNSUCHTKENNT.
arr. Richard Stoelzer [?] Manuscript. vln, vla, cell.
Thompson, Lewis S.: D.K.E. WALTZ.
Boston, Thompson and Odell, 1892. fl, C clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Titl, Anton Enil: SERENADE.
arr. Theo. Moses [Tobani] N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1893. Bb clr 1 and 2, bsn 1, bsn 2 or trbn., F hrn, Bb crnt, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell solo, cell and bass.
Tobani, Theodore Moses: AN AMERICAN BATTLE SCENE.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1898. vln 1 (conductor), pno
Tobani, Theodore Moses: THE BRIGANDS.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1889. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Tobani, Theodore Moses: ECHOES FROM THE METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1893. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, timp, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, vla solo (ms.), cell, bass.
Tobani, Theodore Moses: ERMINE WALTZ ON MELODIES OF THE OPERA.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1886. fl and picc, A crnt, pno, vln, cell. w/ his WHAT THE DICKEY BIRDS SAY. ERMINE POLKA.
Tobani, Theodore Moses: WHAT THE DICKEY BIRDS SAY. ERMINE POLKA FROM JACOBOWKY'S COMIC OPERA.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1886. fl and picc, A crnt, pno, vln, cell.
Tobani, Theodore Moses: THE ISLE OF CHAMPAGNE (LANCERS), OP. 227.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1893. fl and picc, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, w/ his WHAT THE DICKEY BIRDS SAY. ERMINE POLKA.
Tolbecque, J.B.: QUADRILLE DES CONDTREDANSES COMPOSEE SUR DES MORIFS DE PAGANINI.
Leipsic, Chez Breitkopf and Hartel, 1856?. fl, vln 1 and 2, vla, bass.
Tourjee, H. [Homer?]: NORDICA WALTZES.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1893. fl, C clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Trinkhaus, George J.: LOLO. DANSE VILLAGEOISE.
N.Y., M. Witmark, 1913. Bb clr, pno, vln 1, vln 2 (ms.), cell (ms.), bass (ms.).
Uhlig, Theodor: VIOLIN CONCERT FOR OPEN STRINGS.
arr. R. Stoelzer [?] Manuscript. fl, ob, A clr, bsn, D hrn, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Verdi, Guiseppe: UN BALLO IN MASCHERA. ARIA.
Manuscript. vln, vla, cell.
Box
15 Vieuxtemps, Henri: ELEGIE POUR VIOLON.
Offenbach a/M, Jean Andre [n.d.]. pno, vla, vla solo (ms.).
Vieuxtemps, Henri: SOUVENIR D'AMERIQUE [n.p.].
vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Vivaldi, Antonio: CONCERTO CON VIOLA D'AMOR E LEUTO.
Manuscript. full score for strings.
Vockner, Josef: QUARTET, C MAJ, FOR PIANO, VIOLIN, VIOLA and CELLO.
Vienna, L. Dobbinger [n.d.]. pno, vln, vla, cell.
Voelker, G. [George?]: AMERICAN BELLES WALTZES.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1894. fl, A clr 1 and 2, D hrn, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Voelker, G. [George?]: PHONOGRAPH MARCH.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1893. fl, Bb clr 1 and 2, D hrn, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Brooks, T.P. COLUMBIAN GUARD MARCH.
Brooke, Thomas Preston: COLUMBIAN GUARD MARCH.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1893. fl, Bb clr 1 and 2, F hrn, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Voelker, G. PHONOGRAPH MARCH.
Voelker, G. [George?]: SENORITA WALTZ.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1889. Bb crnt, pno, vln, cell.
Voelker, G. [George?]: SOUTHERN PATROL. COMIC.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1889. fl and picc, Bb clr 1 and 2, F hrn 1 and 2, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno,. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell (ms. additions), bass.
Volkmann, Robert: SCHLUMMERLIED (SLUMBER SONG) OP. 76.
Mainz, B. Schott's Sohne [n.d.]. A clr, E hrn, harp, vla 2 (ms.).
Volkmann, Robert: SERENADE NO.3.
Mainz, B. Schott's Sohne [n.d.]. full score, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Votteler, William G.: C.G.V. MARCH.
arr. Geo. D. Barnard. Cleveland, H. J. Votteler, 1894. fl and picc, A clr 1 and 2, F hrn, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Votteler, William G.: LIVE AND LOVE. POLKA, OP. 6.
Cleveland, H. J. Votteler, 1896. Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, bass.
Wagner, Richard: LOHENGRIN. ACT 3. INTRODUCTION and CHORUS.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1889. fl, C clr, C and B clr 2, D and F hrn, A and Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, timp, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Wagner, Richard: DIE MEISTERSINGER. ACT 3. PRELUDE FOR PIANO QUINTET.
Mainz, B. Schott's Sohne [n.d.]. fl, Bb clr (ms.), pno, pno (ms.), vln 1 and 2, vln (ms.), vla, cell, cell (ms.).
Wagner, Richard: DIE MEISTERSINGER. PHANTASIE.
Leipzig, C.F. Peters [n.d.]. pno, vln, cell (ms.).
Wagner, Richard: DIE MEISTERSINGER VON NURNBERG. PRELUDE AND PRIZE SONG.
arr. R. Stoelzer. Manuscript. cond. score, fl (3 var. c.), harp, pno, vln 1, vln 1 (obligato ? ROMANCE on verso),. vln 1 (SOLITUDE on verso), vln 2, vln 2 (triangle Db. Schumann TRAUMEREI on verso), vln 2 (SOLITUDE on verso),. vln 2 (ROMANZE on verso), vla d'a, cell, cell (TRIO PREGHIERA on verso), cell (Schumann TRAUMEREI on verso),. cell (c. in Db), bass.
Wagner, Richard: DIE MEISTERSINGER VON NURNBERG. SECHS KLENE STUCKE FUR ZWEI VIOLINEN, VIOLA UND VIOLONCELL.
arr A. Ritter. Mainz, B. Schott's Sohne [n.d.]. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Wagner, Richard: DIE MEISTERSINGER VON NURNBERG. WALTHER'S PREISLIED.
Mainz, B. Schott's Sohne, 1870. cond. score, cond. score (ms.), ob (ms.), A clr (ms.), D hrn 1,2,3 and 4 (ms.), bsn (ms.), trbn 1,2 and 3, timp (ms.),. vln 1 and 2 (ms. 2 c.), vla (ms.), cell (ms. 2 var. c.), bass (ms. 2 var. c.).
Wagner, Richard: RIENZI. PRAYER.
arr. Richard Stoelzer. Manuscript. score for vla d'a, vla da gamba and hrp, score for string quintet, A clr, hrp, vln 1 and 2, vla and vla d'a duet, vla d'a duet I,. vla d'a duet II, cell (2 var. c.), cell 1 and 2 (2 var. c.).
Waldenteufel, Emil: A TOI (TO THEE) WALTZ.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1882. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Waldenteufel, Emil: LES SIRENES WALTZ.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, [n.d.]. Bb crnt, pno, vln, cell.
Waldenteufel, Emil: TOUJOURS OU JAMAIS.
N.Y., Carl Fischer [n.d.]. fl, A crnt 1 and 2. trbn, drm, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Ware, Charles A.: NORTH AMERICAN TWO STEP.
arr. Gro. Wiegand. Phila., Harry Coleman, 1894. fl, Bb clr 1, C clr 2, F hrn, Bb crnt 172, bass trbn and tuba, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Le Thiere, C. HOMAGE TO VIENNA. MARCH.
Le Thiere, Charles: HOMAGE TO VIENNA. MARCH.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1894. picc, A clr 1 and 2, F hrn, A crnt 1 and 2, bass trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Ware, C.A., NORTH AMERICAN TWO STEP.
Warner, Charles F.: GALOP-LIMITED EXPRESS.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1889. A crnt, pno, vln 1, cell. w/ his MARCH-ECLIPSE.
Warner, Charles F.: MARCH-ECLIPSE.
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1889. A crnt, pno, vln 1, cell. w/ his GALOP-LIMITED EXPRESS.
Warren, A. [Alfred?]: HEART'S DELIGHT. GAVOTTE.
N.Y., Standard Music Co., 1888. fl, C clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, timp, perc, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell (ms.), bass.
Weber, Carl Maria von: EURANTHE.
arr. A. Alberti. Hamburg, Aug. Cranz [n.d.]. pno, vln 1, vln 2 (ms. arr. R. Stoelzer?), vla (ms. arr. R. Stoelzer?), cell.
Weber, Carl Maria von: DER FREISCHUTZ. OVERTURE.
arr. Jul. Weiss. Berlin, Jul.Weiss [n.d.]. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Weber, Carl Maria von: L'INVITATION A LA VALSE.
arr. Theo Moses Tobani. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1891. pno, vln 1.
Weber, Carl Maria von: INVITATION TO THE DANCE.
Manuscript. fl, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, cell (Carl Fischer ed.), bass.
Box
16 Weinzierl, Max von: NACHTSTUCK FOR 4 VIOLA.
Vienna, Jos. Eberle [n.d.]. vla 1,2,3 and 4, cell (ms.).
Wellesley, Arthur: LA FLEURETTE. (DANCE CAPRICE).
Boston, B.F. Wood Music Co., 1901. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, pno, vln 1 and 2 (2 c.), vla, cell, bass.
Wenzel, Leopold (de): LE PETIT BLEU. WALTZ.
N.Y., New York Music Pub. [n.d.]. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Widdifield, J.: WHITE ROSE. GAVOTTE.
Phila., Harry Coleman [n.d.]. fl, A clr 1 and 2, F hrn, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm and bells, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Puerner, C. CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE.
Puerner, Charles: CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE.
Phila., Harry Coleman [n.d.]. fl, Bb clr 1 and 2, F hrn, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Widdifield, J.: WHITE ROSE. GAVOTTE.
Wiegand, George: CINDERELLA-LANCERS.
N.Y., J. Schott, 1892. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn and tuba, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Wiegand, George: GRAND DUCHESS. SELECTION.
[n.p.] J. Schott [n.d.]. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 2, vla, cell, bass.
Wiegand, George: GRAND NATIONAL OVERTURE.
2d ed. N.Y., A. M. Schacht, 1882. fl, A clr, A crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, bass.
Wilhelm, H.: SERPENTINTANZ.
Bremen, Praeger and Meier [n.d.]. pno, vln 1 and 2, vla (arr. R. Stoelzer), cell, bass.
Williams, W. R.: NAPANEE. CHARACTERISTIC INDIAN NOVELTY.
rr. Harry L. Alford. Chicago, Will Rossiter, 1906. fl and picc, Bb clr, Bb crnt, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Zanger, G.: STREICH-QUARTETT-ALBUM, 36 BELIEBTE STUCKE. OP. 19.
Braunschweig, Henry Litolff's Verlag [n.d.]. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Zarzycki, Alex: CHANT D'AMOUR.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1902. pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass.
Zelenski, Ladislaus: QUARTET, STRINGS, F MAJ.
Leipzig, Fr. Kistner [n.d.]. vln 1 and 2, vla, cell.
Zimmerman, J.: ALFA POLKA.
N.Y., Standard Music Co., 1887. picc, C clr, Bb crnt 172, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Zimmerman, J. MARIEN POLKA. MAZURKA. YORK.
Zimmerman, J.: MARIEN POLKA. MAZURKA. YORK.
N.Y., Standard Music Pub., 1887. fl, Bb clr, Bb crnt 1 and 2, trbn, drm, pno, vln 1 and 2, vla, cell, bass. w/ Zimmerman, J. ALFA POLKA.
Zimmerman, J.: 2ND LANCERS (COLONNADE).
Phila., Harry Coleman, 1886. A crnt, pno, vln 1, cell.
Zoeller, Carli: FAREWELL, UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN.
Song with viola d'amore obbligato arr Richard Stoelzer. Manuscript. full score, fl, Bb clr, pno, high voice, vln 1 and 2, vla d'a (published [n.p., n.d.]), bass.
Subseries B: Solos and Duos
Box
17 Abt, Fr. [Franz Wilhelm?]: GUT NACHT DU MEIN HERZIGES KIND. CONCERT PIECE FOR FLUTE.
arr. G. Popp. Hamburg, Aug. Cranz [n.d.]
Ackernley, Mabel: BERCEUSE. VIOLIN AND PIANO.
N.Y., Bosworth, 1922. Not microfilmed.
Allard, D.: L'ARAGONESA FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1888.
Ambrosio, W.F. arr.: DIXIE'S LAND. FANTASIA WITH VARIATIONS FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1906.
Ambrosio, W. F. arr.: MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME. FANTASY WITH VARIATIONS FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1906.
Ariosti, A. [Attilio?]: DEUXIEME SONATE POUR VIOLE D'AMOUR AVEC PIANO.
arr. L. van Waefelghem. Paris, Durand [n.d.]
Artot, J.: SOUVENIR DE BELLINI. FANTAISIE BRILLANTE FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
Leipzig, C. F. Peters [n.d.]
Auber, Daniel Francois Esprit: [MUETTE DE PORTICI ] FANTAISIE DE CONCERT FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
arr. Delphin Alard. Mainz, B. Schott's Sohne [n.d.]
Auer, L. [Leopold?] arr.[?]: CAPRICE DE PAGANINI FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
Berlin, Ed. Bote and G. Bock [n.d.]
Baarsch, K.: STAR OF LOVE FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
arr. Fred. Proescholdt. N.Y., C. F. B. Proescholdt, 1904.
Bach, Johann Sebastian: ADAGIO. VIOLA D'AMORE SOLO.
Manuscript.
Bauersachs, Hubert: DUETT FOR ONE VIOLIN.
St. Louis, H. T. Bauersachs, 1906. Not microfilmed.
Beethoven, Ludwig van.: 3 DUOS FUR CLARINETTE UND FAGOTT.
Arr. Friedrich Hermann for violin and cello. Leipzig, C. F. Peters [n.d.] Not microfilmed.
Beriot, Charles-Auguste de: FANTAISIE BALLET FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1887. No separate violin part.
Beriot, Charles-Auguste de: SCENE DE BALLET FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1912.
Beriot, Charles-Auguste de: LE TREMOLO. CAPRICE SUR UN THEME DE BEETHOVEN FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y., Carl Fischer [n.d.]
Berton, Roland de, comp.: MODERN CLASSICS FOR THE VIOLINIST.
Vol. II. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1912?. Piano score only. Not microfilmed.
Bessems, A: SOUVENIRS ELEGIAQUES POUR ALTO SOLO AVEC ACCOMPAGNEMENT DE PIANO.
Mayence, B. Schott [n.d.] Not microfilmed.
Bischoff, Kaspar Jacob: DESIR D'AMOUR. CANZONETTA; LE CAMPANELLE DI VESPERO FOR CELLO and PIANO.
Offenbach a/M, Johann Andre [n.d.]
Boisdeffre, Rene de: REVERIE, OP. 55, VIOLA D'AMORE and PIANO.
Paris, J. Hamelle [n.d.]
Brahms, Johannes: HUNGARIAN DANCES FOR PIANO.
N.Y., G. Schirmer, 1893. Violin part (ms.) arr. R. Stoelzer[?] Not microfilmed.
Brahms, Johannes: HUNGARIAN DANCE NO. 6. VIOLIN AND PIANO. ED. AND REV.
Maurice Arnold. N.Y., Century Music, 1906.
Braim: DUO FOR VIOLIN and CELLO.
arr. R. Stoelzer. Manuscript.
Bull, Ole: ADAGIO RELIGIOSO, OP. 1, FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
Leipzig, J. Schuberth [n.d.]
Buse, William: EVENING IN THE WOODS FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y., Violin World Library, 1922.
Chaminade, Cecile: DANSE PASTORALE. AIR DE BALLET FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
arr. Gustav Saenger. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1899.
Chopin, Fryderyk Franciszek: ETUDE, OP. 25, NO. 7, FOR CELLO and PIANO.
arr. A. Franchomme. Leipzig, Breitkopf and Hartel [n.d.] Incomplete.
Chopin, Fryderyk Franciszek: SONATA, VIOLONCELLO and PIANO, OP. 65, G MIN.
arr. Aug. Franchomme. Leipzig, Breitkopf and Hartel [n.d.]
Dancla, Charles: BARCAROLLE. OP. 187, NO. 12, FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO.
Rev. and fingered by W. F. Ambrosio. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1905. Not microfilmed.
Dancla, Charles: THREE LITTLE SYMPHONIES, II. OP. 109, NO. 2.
Rev. and fingered by Gustav Saenger. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1900. Not microfilmed.
Dancla, Charles: SIX AIRS WITH VARIATIONS. VIOLIN AND PIANO. OP. 89.
N.Y., White-Smith Music Pub. Co. [n.d.] Not microfilmed.
David, F. [Ferdinand?]: SCHERZO FOR VIOLA and PIANO.
arr. K. A. Stehling. London, Augener [n.d.]
De Seve, Alfred: SLUMBER SONG, OP. 6, FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
Boston and N.Y., Arthur P. Schmidt, 1890.
Demorest, Alice Gilbert: CHICANA. SPANISH BOSTON WALTZ, ARR. FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y., G. Schirmer, 1910.
Dominik, Joseph: SCHLATTENSPIEL FOR VIOLA and PIANO.
Leipzig, Friedrich Hofmeister [n.d.] Piano score incomplete.
Box
18 Donizetti, Gaetano: [LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR] TROISIEME FANTAISIE DE CONCERT FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
arr. M. Hauser. Leipzig and N.Y., J. Schuberth [n.d.]
Donizetti, Gaetano: [LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR] FANTAISIE FOR SOLO VIOLIN.
arr. Léon de Saint-Lubin. Leipzig, Fr. Kistner [n.d.]
Drake, Earl R.: AN ALPINE FAREWELL [transcription] FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1916.
Drigo, Ricardo: Serenade
Chicago. McKinley Music, 1921. Not microfilmed.
Dunkler, Emile: CAPRICE HONGROISE FOR CELLO and PIANO.
London, Augener, 1910.
Eberhardt, Goby: LE PAPPILLON. OP. 87, NO. 5. FUR VIOLINE MIT BEGLEITUNG DES PIANOFORTE.
Leipzig, C. F. Kahnt [n.d.] Not microfilmed.
Elliot, J. W.: SONG OF HYBRIAS THE CRETAN FOR BARITONE VOICE and PIANO.
N.Y., G. Schirmer [n.d.]
Esipoff, Stepan: UN MOT D'AMOUR FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1906.
Fliege, H. [Hermann?]: CHINESE SERENADE FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
arr. Ambrose Davenport. Boston and Chicago, White, Smith and Co., 1885.
Gavinies, P.: LES VINGT-QUATRE MATINEES POUR VIOLIN.
Braunschweig, Henry Litolff [n.d.] Not microfilmed.
Godard, B.: [EN PLEIN AIR] EN REGARDANT LE CIEL FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
Berlin, Simrock, 1893.
Godard, Benjamin: ADAGIO PATHETIQUE FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO. OP. 128, NO. 3.
Rev. and fingered by Gustav Saenger. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1899. Not microfilmed.
Goltermann, Georg: INTERMEZZO, OP. 128, NO. 2, FOR CELLO and PIANO.
Offenbach a/M, Johann Andre, 1897.
Gounod, Charles: [FAUST] NOUVELLE FANTAISIE SUR DES THEMES DE FAUST FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
arr. Pablo de Sarasate. N.Y., G. Schirmer [n.d.] Also Carl Fischer ed. entitled FANTAISIE, 1911.
Grieg, Edvard: SONATE FUR PIANOFORTE UND VIOLINE. OP. 8.
Leipzig, C. F. Peters [n.d.] Piano score only. Not microfilmed.
Grunberger, L.: SUITE, OP. 16a FOR VIOLIN and CELLO.
Leipzig, Breitkopf and Hartel [n.d.]
Gungl, Joseph: OBERLANDLER FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y., G. Schirmer, 1896.
Halevy, Jacques Francois Fromental Elie : LA JUIVE. SE PEL RIGOR FOR VIOLA D'AMOUR and PIANO.
arr. C. Wunderle. Manuscript.
Handel, George Frideric: MESSIAH. THUS SAITH THE LORD (SO SPRICHT DER HERR). BASS VOICE AND PIANO.
Leipzig, Fr. Kistner [n.d.] Not microfilmed.
Hauser, Miska: THE BIRD IN THE TREE FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1900.
Hauser, Miska: SONG WITHOUT WORDS FOR VIOLIN and PIANO, VOL.2.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1901.
Haydn, Joseph: DIE SCHOPFUNG. ROLLEND IN SCHAUMENDEN WOGEN (ROLLING IN PAMING BILLOWS). BASS VOICE AND PIANO.
Leipzig, Otto Forberg [n.d.] Not microfilmed.
Herman, Ad. arr.: DUO COMIQUE FOR TWO VIOLINS.
N.Y, Standard Music, 1896.
Hermann, Friedrich: SECHS STUCKE FUR VIOLA ODER VIOLINE ODER VIOLONCELL UND PIANOFORTE.
OP. 15, NOS. III, V, VI. Leipzig, J. Rieter-Biedermann [n.d.] Not microfilmed.
Hermann, Friedrich: KONCERT-STUDIES FUR VIOLA. OP. 18.
Leipzig, Breitkopf and Hartel [n.d.] Not microfilmed.
Hoch, Theodor, arr.: SALLY IN OUR ALLY FOR ALPENHORN and PIANO.
Manuscript.
Hollaender, Gustav: SPINNERLIED FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
Leipzig, Rob. Forberg [n.d.]
Hubay, Jenö: PRIERE FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y., Bosworth, 1894.
Jacquet, H. Maurice: ELEGY FOR CELLO and PIANO.
Boston and N.Y., C. C. Birchard, 1928.
Jansa, L: DUOS POUR VIOLON ET VIOLA. OP. 70, NO. 1-3.
Leipzig, C. F. Peters [n.d.] Not microfilmed.
Jungmann, Albert: DIE WALDKAPELLE (LA CHAPELLE DE LA FORET) FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
arr. R. Schaab. Offenbach a/M, Jean Andre [n.d.]
Kalliwoda, J. W.: 3 DUOS PROGRESSIFS ET CONCERTANTS POUR DEUX VIOLONS.
Rev. Charles Nowotny. Wien, Universal-Edition [n.d.] Not microfilmed.
Kiel, Aug.: ELEGIE FUR DIE CLARINETTE MIT BEGLEITUNG DES PIANOFORTE.
Hannover, Adelph Nagel [n.d.] Not microfilmed.
Kölling, Carlo: O MARIA. ROMANZA FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
Milan, F. Lucca [n.d.]
Krahl, [Johann?]: ELEGIE FOR VIOLA D'AMORE.
arr. R. Stoelzer. Manuscript.
Krahl, [Johann?]: FANTASIE UBER OPERNMOTIVE, OP. 7, VIOLA D'AMORE and PIANO.
Manuscript.
Krahl, [Johann?]: LE SONGE. FANTASIE POUR LE VIOLA D'AMOUR AVEC PIANO SUR UN THEME DE LA FAVORITE APRES MARAS.
Manuscript.
Kreisler, Fritz, arr.: ALT-WIENER TANZWEISEN: NO. 1, LIEBESFREUD.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1910. Not microfilmed.
Labitzky, Aug.: TRAUM DER SENNERIN (HERD GIRL'S DREAM) IDYL.
Rev. and ed. by W. F. Ambrosio. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1894. Not microfilmed.
Langey, Otto: MUSICAL SCENES FROM SWITZERLAND FOR VIOLIN and PIANO[?].
Boston, Oliver Ditson, 1891.
Laurischkus, Max: MINIATUREN, ACHT KLEINE STUCKE. OP. 4.
Duos fur Klarinette in B oder oboe oder viola. Berlin, Carl Simon [n.d.] Not microfilmed.
Leonard, H. [Hubert?]: CINQ CADENCES POUR LE VIOLON.
Paris, J. Mahr [n.d.] Cadenzas for Viotti and Tartini concertos.
Leonard, H. [Hubert?]: [SCENES HUMORISTIQUES] SERENADE DU LAPIN BELLIQUEUX FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y., G. Schirmer, 1891.
Leoncavallo, Ruggero: PAGLIACCI. PROLOGUE. BARITONE VOICE AND PIANO.
N.Y., G. Schirmer, 1906. Not microfilmed.
Löhr, Frederic N.: OUT ON THE DEEP FOR BASS VOICE and PIANO.
N.Y., G. Schirmer, [n.d.]
Marais, [Marin?]: SARABANDE. 1686. FOR VIOLA D'AMORE OR VIOLA.
arr. L. van Waefelghem, piano accomp. arr. F. A. Gevaert. Paris, A. Durand and Fils [n.d.]
Box
19 Mascagni, Pietro: [CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA] INTERMEZZO SINFONICO FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
arr. Sam. Franko. N.Y., G. Schirmer, 1891.
Mattei, Tito: NON E VER FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
arr. Gustav Saenger. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1909. Incomplete.
Matthison-Hansen, G. [Franz Neruda?] : SONATE FUR PIANOFORTE UND VIOLONCELL, OP. 16.
Leipzig, Breitkopf and Hartel [n.d.] Inscription dated 1879.
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix: FRUHLINGSLIED (SPRING SONG). VIOLIN AND PIANO.
N.Y., G. Lipskin, 1927. Not microfilmed.
Meyer, Clemens: SOLO-BUCH FUR VIOLA.
Sammlung ausgewahlter solo-werke fur viola zusammengestellt, mit Bogenstreichen und Fingersatzen versehen von Clemens Meyer. Bremen, A. E. Fischer [1898] Not microfilmed.
Millöcker, Carl: THE BLUE LAGOON FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
arr. Felix Winternitz. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1918.
Millöcker, Carl: [POOR JONATHAN] JONATHAN WALTZ FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1890.
Millöcker, Carl: [POOR JONATHAN] JONATHAN WALTZ FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y., J. Schott, 1890.
Moszkowski, M.: SCHERZINO. OP. 18, NO. 2. FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO.
arr. Gustav Saenger. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1904. Not microfilmed.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: [DIE ZAUBERFLOTE] OH ISIS AND OSIRIS. BASS VOICE AND PIANO.
N.Y., G. Schirmer [n.d.] Not microfilmed.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: [QUINTET IN A MAJ.] LARGHETTO.
arr. cello and piano. Leipzig, Breitkopf and Hartel [n.d.] Not microfilmed.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: SONATEN FUR PIANOFORTE UND VIOLINE.
arr. Cello and piano by Fr. Grutzmacher. Leipzig, Breitkopf und Hartel [n.d.] piano part missing. Not microfilmed.
various: OLD TREASURES, A COLLECTION OF POPULAR FAVORITES OF BY-GONE DAYS.
Arr. for violin and piano. N.Y., Carl Fischer [n.d.] Not microfilmed.
Orth, Charles J.: NOCTURNE FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
Milwaukee, Chas. J. Orth, 1913.
Box
23 Paderewski, Ignacy Jan: [CHANTS DU VOYAGEUR] MELODIE FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
arr. Emile Sauret. N.Y., Century Music [n.d.]
Box
19 Palaschko, Johannes: ZEHN VIOLA STUDIEN FUR VORGERUCKTE SPIELER. OP 49.
Heilbronn a/N., C. F. Schmidt, 1910. Not microfilmed.
Papini, Guido: SOUVENIR DI SORRENTO FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
Leipzig, C. G. Roder [n.d.]
Pichl, M: SIX DUOS FOR VIOLIN AND TENOR. OP 18.
New edition rev. by H. E. Kayser. Offenbach a/M, Johann Andre [n.d.] Not microfilmed.
Popper, D. [David?]: SCENES FROM A MASKED BALL FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y, Carl Fischer, 1909.
Pott, Auguste: VARIATIONS DE CONCERT SUR UN THEME HOLLANDOIS FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
Leipzig, Fr. Kistner [n.d.]
Raff, Joachim: CAVATINA FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y., Standard Music, 1885.
Reinecke, Carl: TEARS POUR VIOLA ET PIANO ARR. K.A. STEHLING.
London, Augener [n.d.] See also Stoelzer's arr. for viola d'amore, violin and cello under Chamber music. Not microfilmed.
Reiser, Alois: DANSE-CAPRICE FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y., G. Schirmer, 1908.
Rieding, O.: GIPSIES MARCH, OP. 23, NO. 2, FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO.
N.Y., Bosworth, 1905. Not microfilmed.
Ritter, Hermann: JAGDSTUCKE, OP. 17, FOR VIOLA ALTA and PIANO.
Berlin, N. Simrock, 1883.
Box
23 Ritter, Hermann: CONCERT-PHANTASIE NO. 2, OP. 36, FOR VIOLA ALTA and PIANO.
Leipzig, Fr. Kistner [n.d.]
Box
19 Ritter, Hermann: SOLOBUCH FUR VIOLA (VIOLA ALTA, ALTGEIGE).
Leipzig, Carl Merseburger [n.d.]
Ritter, Hermann: CONCERT-PHANTASIE NO. 1, OP. 35, FOR VIOLA ALTA and PIANO.
Leipzig, Fr. Kistner [n.d.]
Ritter, Hermann: ITALIENISCHE SUITE, OP. 37, NO. 1, FOR VIOLA ALTA and PIANO.
Leipzig, Fr. Kistner [n.d.]
Robaudi, Vincenzo: ALLA STELLA CONFIDENTE (BRIGHT STAR OF HOPE). VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1888.
Robaudi, Vincenzo: ALLA STELLA CONFIDENTE (BRIGHT STAR OF HOPE). VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1888.
Rodney, Paul: CALVARY FOR BASS VOICE and PIANO.
N.Y., De Luxe Music Co., [n.d.]
Romberg, Bernhard: PIECES CELEBRES POUR VIOLONCELLO AVEC.. PIANO.
Braunschweig, Henry Litolff [n.d.]
Romeu, A.: EVA. DANZON FOR PIANO.
Havana, J. Giralt [n.d.]
Rubinstein, Anton: ANDANTE AUS DER SONATE FUR VIOLA ET PIANO.
Manuscript. Arr. R. Stoelzer. Leipzig, Juni, 1884. Not microfilmed.
Saenger, Gustav: "SERENADE DU PAGE" PARAPHRASE FACILE FROM GOUNOD'S ROMEO AND JULIETTE.
N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1903. Not microfilmed.
Sarasate, Pablo de: ZIGEUNERWEISEN FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
Leipzig, Bartholf Senff [n.d.]
Box
20 Scheffel [Joseph Viktor von]: [DER TROMPETER VON SAKKINGEN] IT WAS NOT TO BE FOR BASS VOICE and PIANO.
arr. E. Nessler. N.Y., G. Schirmer, 1887.
Schneider, F. Louis: MEDITATION POUR VIOLON OU VIOLE D'AMOUR AVEC PIANO.
London, Reynolds and Co., [n.d.] Piano score.
Schneider, F. Louis: DEUX MORCEAUX LYRIQUES POUR VIOLE D'AMOUR AVEC PIANO.
Mainz, B. Schott's Sohne [n.d.]
Schubert, F.: SERENADE, VIOLIN AND PIANO.
Transcr. Edouard Remenyi. N.Y., G. Schirmer [n.d.] Not microfilmed.
Schubert, Franz: AM MEER FOR CELLO SOLO.
arr. Otto Langey. London, Patent Paper Type Co. [n.d.]
Schubert, Franz: ROSAMUNDE. OVERTURE FOR PIANO.
ARR. Theo. Moses [Tobani] N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1897.
Schumann, Robert: DIE BEIDEN GRENADIERE (THE TWO GRENADIERS). BARITONE VOICE AND PIANO.
N.Y., G. Schirmer [n.d.] Not microfilmed.
Singelee, J. B.: IL TROVATORE FANTASIE. OP. 94. VIOLIN AND PIANO.
Rev. Arthur Seybold. N.Y., G. Lipskin, 1927. Not microfilmed.
Stoelzer, Richard: AT NIGHT FANTASIE FOR FLUTE and VIOLIN.
arr. by the composer. Not microfilmed.
Stoelzer, Richard: AT NIGHT FOR PIANO.
arr. by the composer. Brooklyn, R. Stoelzer, 1892.
Stoelzer, Richard: AT NIGHT FANTASIE FOR FLUTE and VIOLIN.
arr. by the composer.
Stoelzer, Richard: IDYLL FROM FANTASIE. VIOLA D'AMORE SOLO.
Manuscript.
Stoelzer, Richard: SCHULE FUR VIOLA DA GAMBA.
Manuscript. N.Y., June, 1892.
Stradella, A [Alessandro]: AIR D'EGLISE FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
Leipzig, J. Schuberth [n.d.]
Strauss, Johann: MEMORIES OF JOHANN STRAUSS, FAMOUS WALTZES FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO.
Arr. Victor H. Herman. N.Y., Edward B. Marks, 1939. Not microfilmed.
Tartini, [Guiseppe]: SONATE FUR VIOLONCELL ET PIANOFORTE.
arr. Carl Schroder. Leipzig, J. Schuberth [n.d.]
Trinkhaus, Geo. J.: ZAL. POLISH MAZURKA FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y., Century Music, 1909.
Umlauf, Carl J. F.: DIVERTISSEMENT AIRS RICHARD WAGNER'S TANNHAUSER UND DER SANGERKRIEG AUF WARTBURG FOR ZITHER.
arr. Carl J. F. Umlauf. Vienna, F. Johne[?] [n.d.]
various: MISCHA ELMAN FAVORITE ENCORES.
A folio of sixteen compositions for violin and piano composed, transcribed and edited by Mischa Elman. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1918. Not microfilmed.
various: WHITE'S FAVORITE XYLOPHONE SOLOS WITH ACCOMPANIMENT FOR PIANO.
Boston, Jean White, 1888. Not microfilmed.
Verdi, Giuseppe: UN BALLO IN MASCHERA. ERI TU CHE MACCHIAVI. BARITONE AND PIANO.
N.Y., G. SCHIRMER, 1901. Not microfilmed.
Vieuxtemps, Henri: ADAGIO RELIGIOSO, OP. 31, FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
arr. F. Rehfeld. Offenbach a/M, Johann Andre [n.d.] Piano score from an unidentified edition.
Vieuxtemps, Henri: YANKEE DOODLE. SOUVENIR D'AMERIQUE FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
Leipzig, C. F. Peters [n.d.]
Vieuxtemps, Henry: AIR VARIE. VIOLIN AND PIANO. OP. 22, NO. 2.
Ed. and fingered by Jules Centano. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1899. Not microfilmed.
Viotti, G. B.: THREE DUETS FOR TWO VIOLINS. OP. 29.
ed. Leopold Lichtenberg. N.Y., G. Schirmer, 1900. Not microfilmed.
Vogrith, Max: GREETINGS FROM HUNGARY FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y., G. Schirmer, 1888.
Wagner, Richard: DIE MEISTERSINGER VON NURNBERG. WALTHER'S PREISLIED. VIOLA D'AMORE SOLO.
arr. R. Stoelzer. Manuscript, 1892.
Wagner, Richard: SIEGFRIED [SELECTIONS] VOICE AND PIANO.
Music fur Alle, Nr. 113. Berlin, Verlag Ullstein, 1914. Not microfilmed.
Weber, Carl Maria von: EURYANTHE. SELECTION FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
arr. J. Blumenthal. N.Y., Carl Fischer, 1905.
Weiss, Heinrich: UNSER LIEBLING. KINDER-GAVOTTE FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
Dresden, Georg Naumann [n.d.]
Werner, Joseph, arr.: MUSE-STUNDEN. FUR VIOLONCELLO ALEIN. Bd. III.
Leipzig, Carl Ruhle's Musik-Verlag [n.d.] Not microfilmed.
Widitel, G.: TROVATORE (TRABATUR) FANTAISIE, OP. 12 FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
Manuscript, 1883.
Wieniawski, Henri: OBERTASS. MAZURKA FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
Mainz, B. Schott's Sohne [n.d.]
Wieniawski, Henri: SCHERZO TARANTELLE FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
N.Y, Carl Fischer, 1917.
Zarzycki, Alex.: MAZOURKA FOR VIOLIN and PIANO.
Berlin, Ed. Bote and G. Bock [n.d.]
Zillmann, Eduard: ANDANTE FOR VIOLA D'AMORE and PIANO.
arr. R. Stoelzer. Manuscript, 1888.
various: MISCELLANEOUS CORNET MANUSCRIPT MUSIC.
various: MISCELLANEOUS LUTE MANUSCRIPT MUSIC.
various: MISCELLANEOUS PIANO MANUSCRIPT MUSIC.
various: MISCELLANEOUS SAXOPHONE MANUSCRIPT MUSIC.
various: MISCELLANEOUS VIOLA, VIOLA D'AMORE AND VIOLA DA GAMBA MANUSCRIPT MUSIC.
2 folders.
various: MISCELLANEOUS VIOLIN MANUSCRIPT MUSIC.
various: VIOLIN CLASICS, A COLLECTION OF ORIGINAL PIECES AND ARRANGEMENTS FOR VIOLIN WITH ACCOMPANIMENT OF PIANO.
Rev. and fingered by Philipp Mittell. Vol. IV. N.Y., G. Schirmer, 1901. Not microfilmed.
Box
21 various: MISCELLANEOUS VIOLONCELLO MANUSCRIPT MUSIC COLLECTION.
various: MISCELLANEOUS VIOLONCELLO MANUSCRIPT MUSIC.
2 folders.
various: MISCELLANEOUS VOCAL MANUSCRIPT MUSIC.
various: [ALBUM FOR XYLOPHONE]
Hannover, Edition Louis Oertel [n.d.] Not microfilmed.
various: MISCELLANEOUS ZITHER MANUSCRIPT MUSIC.
various: MISCELLANEOUS CHAMBER PARTS MANUSCRIPT MUSIC.
2 folders.
various: MISCELLANEOUS MUSIC/ UNIDENTIFIED.
4 folders.
Subseries C: Teaching Pieces and Instruction Books

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