06/002 Guide to the Don and Barbara Gillis Collection Gillis, Don Collection Finding Aid Authors: Maristella Feustle.

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2012-09-24
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Guide to the Don and Barbara Gillis Collection 1932/1977 Music Library Overview of the Collection Don and Barbara Gillis Collection 1932-1977 06/002 Gillis, Don, 1912-1978 255.00 English Music Library Biographical Information:

Born in Cameron, Missouri on June 17, 1912, Don Gillis moved with his family to Texas in 1930. He went on to have some impact on nearly every institution of higher education in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, as well as the University of South Carolina. Gillis studied composition with Don Mixson at Texas Christian University, and then worked as a band director at TCU, a Director of Productions at the WBAP radio station in Fort Worth, a producer for NBC Radio in Chicago, and a producer and script writer for the NBC Symphony Orchestra in New York City, under the direction of Arturo Toscanini.

After the NBC Symphony was disbanded, Gillis played a major role in reconstituting the orchestra as the Symphony of the Air, which participated in a State Department-sponsored tour of Asia. Gillis later served as the vice president of the Interlochen Music Camp in Michigan, and produced the series Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend for NBC Radio.

Gillis returned to Texas and served as chair of the music department of Southern Methodist University in 1967-68, and as the chair of the arts department and director of instructional media at Dallas Baptist College from 1968 until 1973. In 1973, Gillis took the position of Chair of the Institute of Media Arts at the University of South Carolina, where he remained until his death in 1978.

For a more detailed biography, please visit the article "UNT Music Library Celebrates Don Gillis Centennial."

Access Terms

This Collection is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.

Corporate Name: NBC Symphony Orchestra Symphony of the Air Personal Name: Gillis, Don, 1912-1978 Toscanini, Arturo, 1867-1957
Administrative Information Accruals:

Nine boxes received from the University of Georgia on July 13, 2016.

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Physical Characteristics or Technical Requirements:

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Arrangement of Materials:

This collection is arranged in five series: Series 1: Compositions Series 2: Papers Series 3: Reels and Tape Transcripts Series 4: Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend; The Centennial Series Series 5: University of Georgia accrual July 2016; Series 6: Addition, 2009. Series 6 was processed after Series 5; therefore, they are out of chronological order.

Scope and Contents

The collection consists of Don Gillis' compositions and papers, reel-to-reel recordings of many of his compositions and Gillis' discussing his works, and materials related to the series Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend, which Gillis produced. Gillis' wife Barbara oversaw the donation of this collection, and was a lifelong advocate of Mr.Gillis' work.

Gillis' compositions represent his career from the early 1930s through the 1970s, and include sacred, secular, symphonic, and chamber works. His papers include correspondence, papers related to various projects, schedules, reviews, radio scripts, and the Men of Music radio project, teaching materials, writings, additional papers concerning his work, biographical materials, and newspaper clippings.

The reel-to-reel recordings, 50 in all, contain recordings of Gillis' works and Gillis' own description of them. Transcripts are included in Series 3 of the finding aid.

The recordings of Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend and The Centennial Series span the years 1963 through 1967, and with few exceptions, each broadcast is linked individually and available for listening through the UNT Digital Library.

Detailed List of Contents id7579 Compositions id12143 id12144 1 697718 id12145 1 Adoration at Eventide 1956 9" x 12" Scope and Contents

String orchestra. Two copies of score, one copy of each part.

id12146 1 And It Came to Pass 1974 September 9.5" x 13" Scope and Contents

Two copies of narrator/condensed score. All parts present, most with multiple copies.

id12147 1 And Mr. Tortoise Wins the Race 1956 8.5" x 11" Other Information

From Suite No.1 for Woodwind Quintet, The Fable of the Tortoise and the Hare. Mills Music, Inc., New York, NY

Scope and Contents

Woodwind quintet. One complete set with full score and all parts, photocopies.

id12148 2 Barcode

697717

id12149 2 Aristophanes: The Birds 8.5" x 11" Scope and Contents

Script revisions and notes, with one audition form with cast member names

id12150 2 As It Was in the Beginning 9.5" x 12.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestra with narrator

id12151 3 697716 id12152 3 Atlanta Suite 9.5" x 12.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Cello, bass, and viola parts for movements III. Piedmont Park, V. Peach Tree Promenade, and VI. City of Atlanta.

id12153 3 Barley Loaves 1976 June 14 Scope and Contents

Piano, sketches.

id12154 3 Bing, Bang, Bong 1955 9" x 12" Other Information

Mills Music, New York, NY. Reprinted by Kalmus, Opa-Locka, FL.

Scope and Contents

For band. One complete set with conductor score (2 copies) and parts.

id12155 3 Blues from Concerto for Organ and Band (Score and solo organ arrangement) 1961 9" x 12" Other Information

Arranged by Richard Ellsasser.

Scope and Contents

Solo organ, manuscript score.

id12156 3 Blues from Concerto for Organ and Band 1961 9" x 12" Other Information

Arranged by Richard Ellsasser. Interlochen

Scope and Contents

Solo organ. Forty copies.

id12157 4 697715 id12158 4 Born to Race (title theme) 8.5" x 11" Other Information

Two pages; three copies of first page, two of second page. Copies are poor quality; work may be unfinished.

Scope and Contents

Piano, solo voice.

id12159 4 Br'er Rabbit Dreams 1956 8.5" x 11" Other Information

From Suite No. 1 for Woodwind Quintet, The Fable of the Tortoise and the Hare. Mills Music, New York, NY

Scope and Contents

Woodwind quintet. One complete set with full score and all parts, photocopies.

id12160 4 Bridal Suite 1963 9" x 12" Scope and Contents

Notes and four complete scripts.

id12161 4 Brushy Creek 1962 9" x 12" Other Information

Boosey & Hawkes, New York, NY

Scope and Contents

Bassoon and piano, two complete sets with bassoon part and piano score.

id12162 4 Ceremony of Allegiance 1965 7.25" x 10.5" Other Information

Text adapted from the Preamble to the Constitution, Declaration of Independence, and Pledge of Allegiance. Neil A. Kjos, Park Ridge, IL

Scope and Contents

Band with narrator.

id12163 4 The Coming of the King 1956 9" x 12" Other Information

Mills Music, New York, NY.

Scope and Contents

Narrator, mixed voices, piano or organ. One copy of vocal score for "Musical Setting," nine copies of the "Carol," an excerpt

id12164 4 Courthouse Square from "Four Scenes from Yesterday" 1958 9" x 12" Other Information

Boosey & Hawkes, New York, NY

Scope and Contents

Oboe and piano

id12165 4 Courthouse Square from "Four Scenes from Yesterday" 1958 9" x 12" Other Information

Boosey & Hawkes, New York, NY

Scope and Contents

Oboe solo and chamber orchestra

id12166 5 697719 id12167 5 Cracker Barrel March 1965 7" x 10.5" Other Information

Mills Music, New York, NY.

Scope and Contents

Band. Two complete sets of conductor's score and 64 parts.

id12168 5 The Crucifixion 5" x 6.25" Scope and Contents

SATB and piano. Miniature choral scores, one set missing p. 44; another missing pp. 16, 40, 44. Repeated copies of some pages.

id12169 5 Cyclometric Overture 1967 8.5" x 11" Other Information

Neil A. Kjos Music Co., Park Ridge, IL

Scope and Contents

Band.

id12170 5 Dialogue for Trombone and Band 1958 9" x 12" Other Information

Mills Music, New York, NY.

Scope and Contents

Trombone solo with piano arrangement. Two complete sets of piano score and trombone part, two additional copies of piano score.

id12171 5 Dilemma 1965 7" x 10.5" Other Information

Pride Music Publications, Inc., New York, NY

Scope and Contents

SATB and piano, one choral score.

id12172 5 Downbeat from "Band Concert" 1958 9" x 12" Other Information

Interlochen Press, Interlochen MI

Scope and Contents

Band with narrator. Two conductor's scores and all parts, some with multiple copies.

id12173 6 697720 id12174 6 Doubting Thomas 1968 September 9.75" x 13.25" Scope and Contents

"Sermon in song." Five complete copies and two incomplete copies of score (condensed version). One complete set of parts, and sketches.

id12175 6 Doubting Thomas 1968 8.5" x 11" Scope and Contents

Handwritten notes for script.

id12176 7 697721 id12177 7 Dude Ranch Four pianos. 9.5" x 12.5" Other Information

I. Genuine Spirit of the Old West with Real Cowboys; II. Only 60 Miles from New York City; III. Gentle Riding Horses; IV. Magnificent Scenery!; V. A Fiesta Every Night.

id12178 7 Equitable Score Orchestral work. Musical sketches and all parts. 9.5" x 12.5"
id12179 8 697728 id12180 8 An Etude in Stereophonics 1971 9.5" x 12" Scope and Contents

Four pianos. Onionskin copy of score.

id12181 8 Fairy Tales 9" x 12" Scope and Contents

Piano with narrator. Musical sketches for a series of fairy tales including Old Mother Hubbard, Goldilocks, Prince Charming, and Snow White

id12182 8 Fairy Tales 8" x 12.5" Scope and Contents

Handwritten notes.

id12183 8 Five-Piece Combo / A Frolic in B-Bop Major / "Take Five" Blues 1957 9" x 12" Other Information

Mills Music, New York, NY.

Acquisition Information

Parts to "Five Piece Combo" courtesy of Kenneth Smith.

Scope and Contents

Woodwind quintet, score and parts.

id12184 8 Footsie from Band Concert 1958 9" x 12" Other Information

Interlochen Press, Interlochen MI

Scope and Contents

Band. Complete set of score and parts, with some additional copies of parts.

id12185 8 Four Moods in Three Keys 1935 9.5" x 12.5" Other Information

"Re-used as Scherzino for Strings"

Scope and Contents

String quartet and woodwind quintet. Full score, bound. Parts for woodwind quintet only.

id12186 8 The Gift of the Magi 1964 8.5" x 11" Other Information

Based on the story by O. Henry.

Scope and Contents

Script, four copies.

id12187 9 697727 id12188 9 The Gift of the Magi 8.75" x 11" and 9" x 12" Other Information

Based on the story by O. Henry.

Scope and Contents

Chamber orchestra, chorus, three soloists. Four copies of full score; two bound, one in sections. Some musical sketches. Seven copies of choral/piano score, some incomplete. One folder of inserts for parts and score. Copies and onionskin pages for all parts. This box: score, parts, and sketches. See also: Boxes 10, 11, 113, 114, 177.

id12189 10 697726 id12190 10 The Gift of the Magi 8.75" x 11" and 9" x 12" Other Information

Based on the story by O. Henry.

Scope and Contents

Chamber orchestra, chorus, three soloists. Four copies of full score; two bound, one in sections. Some musical sketches. Seven copies of choral/piano score, some incomplete. One folder of inserts for parts and score. Copies and onionskin pages for all parts. This box: score, parts, and sketches. See also: Boxes 9, 11, 113, 114, 177.

id12191 11 697725 id12192 11 The Gift of the Magi 8.75" x 11" and 9" x 12" Other Information

Based on the story by O. Henry.

Scope and Contents

Chamber orchestra, chorus, three soloists. Four copies of full score; two bound, one in sections. Some musical sketches. Seven copies of choral/piano score, some incomplete. One folder of inserts for parts and score. Copies and onionskin pages for all parts. This box: score, parts, and sketches. See also: Boxes 9, 10, 113, 114, 177.

id12193 11 The Gift of the Magi 1964 8.5" x 11" Other Information

Treasure Music Publications, Dallas, TX

Scope and Contents

29 copies of choral/piano score, many with publisher information taped over. See also: Boxes 12, 13

id12194 12 697724 id12195 12 The Gift of the Magi 1964 Scope and Contents

29 copies of choral/piano score, many with publisher information taped over. See also: Boxes 11, 13.

id12196 13 697723 id12197 13 The Gift of the Magi 1964 Scope and Contents

29 copies of choral/piano score, many with publisher information taped over. See also: Boxes 11, 12.

id12198 14 697722 id12199 14 Here's to Good Old Football 1957 7" x 10.5" and 9" x 12" Other Information

From the opera Pep Rally. Mills Music, New York, NY

Scope and Contents

Band; two complete sets of score and parts. Six copies of vocal/piano score.

id12200 14 How Long, Since? 1964 7" x 10.5" Other Information

Pride Music Publications, Inc., New York, NY

Scope and Contents

SSA choir and piano; three choral scores.

id12201 14 Hucbald Visits the Vet 8.5" x 11" Other Information

Accompanying notecard: "Script by Don Gillis, Sr., Music by Don Gillis, Jr. This was the only time they worked together musically."

Scope and Contents

Script. See also: Box 116 (score).

id12202 14 Hymn and Prayer for Peace 1958 9" x 12" Other Information

Don Gillis, Forest Hills, NY

Scope and Contents

Mixed choir. 142 copies of score.

id12203 14 Hymn and Prayer for Peace 1968 7" x 10.5" Other Information

Revised in 1966 from earlier version. Fema Music Publications, Chicago, IL

Scope and Contents

SATB and piano. 2 copies of score.

id12204 14 Hymn Song 1974 September 14 9.5" x 12.5" Scope and Contents

Mixed choir. Onionskin copy, transparency of score, musical sketches.

id12205 14 Hymn Song for Sunday 1963 9" x 12" Other Information

Bourne Co., New York, NY

Scope and Contents

Band. Complete set with full score and parts; many parts with multiple copies. See also: Box 185.

id12206 15 697729 id12207 15 Instant Music: An Experience in Group Creativity 1966 9" x 12" Other Information

From the series Adventure in Form. Frank Music Corp., New York, NY

Scope and Contents

Conductor score, lesson plan, parts.

id12208 16 697730 id12209 16 Instant Re-Play 1975 8.5" x 11" Scope and Contents

Opera. Four copies of piano/vocal score; copies and onionskin copies of all instrumental parts. See also: Boxes 15, 17, 18

id12210 17 697745 id12211 17 Instant Re-Play 1975 8.5" x 11" Scope and Contents

Opera. Four copies of piano/vocal score; copies and onionskin copies of all instrumental parts. See also: Boxes 15, 16, 18

id12212 18 697744 id12213 18 Instant Re-Play 1975 8.5" x 11" Scope and Contents

Opera. Four copies of piano/vocal score; copies and onionskin copies of all instrumental parts. See also: Boxes 15, 16, 17

id12214 19 697743 id12215 19 Instant Re-Play 8.5" x 11" Scope and Contents

Handwritten notes and libretto, four typed libretti and scripts, hand-drawn stage sketches

id12216 19 Insurance Picture 9.5" x 12.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work: parts See also: Box 20.

id12217 20 697742 id12218 20 Insurance Picture 9.5" x 12.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work: parts. See also: Box 19.

id12219 20 It's a Beautiful Place to Be! 1972 9.5" x 12" Scope and Contents

Piano, solo voice. Two copies.

id12220 21 697741 id12221 21 The January February March 1959 6" x 9" Other Information

Boosey & Hawkes, New York, NY

Scope and Contents

One copy of preview/miniature score.

id12222 21 John the Baptist 9.5" x 12.5" Scope and Contents

Sketches.

id12223 21 John the Baptist 8.5" x 11.25" Scope and Contents

Notes, scripts.

id12224 21 Joyful and Triumphant, Volume One 1976 7" x "10 Other Information

Treasure Music Publications, Dallas, TX.

Scope and Contents

SATB with concert band or piano/organ. Choral score.

id12225 21 The Land of Wheat 1960 9.5" x 12" Other Information

Dedicated to Nels Vogel. Manuscript sketches and score at the Library of Congress.

Scope and Contents

Suite for band, score and parts. Complete score assembled from published versions of separate movements. See also: Box 22.

id12226 22 697740 id12227 22 The Land of Wheat 1960 9.5" x 12" Other Information

Dedicated to Nels Vogel. Manuscript sketches and score at the Library of Congress.

Scope and Contents

Suite for band, score and parts. Complete score assembled from published versions of separate movements. See also: Box 21.

id12228 23 697739 id12229 23 Let Us Pray 1970 November - December 9.5" x 12" Other Information

Dedicated to the memory of Estell Arthur Owens.

Scope and Contents

"Sacred dramatic work." Six copies of piano/vocal score, and onionskin copy; instrumental parts; some scores with annotations for slide/motion picture and tape tracks. See also: Boxes 24, 25.

id12230 24 697738 id12231 24 Let Us Pray 1970 November - December 9.5" x 12" Other Information

Dedicated to the memory of Estell Arthur Owens.

Scope and Contents

"Sacred dramatic work." Six copies of piano/vocal score, and onionskin copy; instrumental parts; some scores with annotations for slide/motion picture and tape tracks. See also: Boxes 23, 25.

id12232 25 697737 id12233 25 Let Us Pray 1970 November - December 9.5" x 12" Other Information

Dedicated to the memory of Estell Arthur Owens.

Scope and Contents

"Sacred dramatic work." Six copies of piano/vocal score, and onionskin copy; instrumental parts; some scores with annotations for slide/motion picture and tape tracks. See also: Boxes 23, 24.

id12234 26 697736 id12235 26 Let Us Pray 1970 7" x "10 Other Information

Treasure Music Publications, Dallas, TX.

Scope and Contents

Chorus with solos and narrator, piano or organ. Two scores.

id12236 26 Let Us Pray 1970 9.5" x 12" Scope and Contents

Production book: typed script mounted on construction paper and held loosely in folder.

id12237 26 Let Us Pray 1970 9.5" x 12.5" Scope and Contents

"Sacred dramatic work." Individual songs.

id12238 27 697735 id12239 27 The Libretto 1959 8.5" x 11" Scope and Contents

Nine copies of libretto; handwritten synopsis and typed prop list.

id12240 27 The Man Who Invented Music Orchestral work. Multiple copies of all parts, sketches. 9" x 12"
id12241 28 697734 id12242 28 The Man Who Invented Music 1954 9" x 12" Other Information

Mills Music, New York, NY. Full set of score and parts reprinted by Kalmus, Opa-Locka, FL.

Scope and Contents

Band with narrator. Two sets; one missing conductor's score and narrator part.

id12243 28 A Memory 1997 9" x 12" Other Information

Published posthumously by Barbara Gillis. Bassoon Heritage Edition / Miami Music Editions, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Scope and Contents

Bassoon quartet. Four complete sets of scores and parts.

id12244 28 The Men of Music 9.5" x 12" Scope and Contents

For band. Sketches and revisions.

id12245 28 The Men of Music 1966 8.5"x 11" Other Information

Volkwein Bros., Inc., Pittsburgh, PA

Scope and Contents

For band. Three full scores, copies of all parts except D-flat piccolo and E-flat horn.

id12246 29 697733 id12247 29 A Mind Content: Coping with Today 1973 March 30 8.5"x 11" Other Information

For a film produced by the South Carolina Department of Mental Health

Scope and Contents

Scripts and notes.

id12248 29 Miss Martha B. and the Heavenly Flap 1977 9.5" x 12.5" Scope and Contents

Musical comedy. Sketches, some music on onionskin paper.

id12249 29 Miss Martha B. and the Heavenly Flap 1970 9" x 12" Scope and Contents

One handwritten copy, two typed copies of script, drawing of title character

id12250 29 Moon Mist 1958 9" x 12" Other Information

Interlochen Press, Interlochen, MI

Scope and Contents

Full score, conductor score, and parts.

id12251 29 Music for To-Night 1945 9.25" x 12.25" Originals or Copies Note

Musical theme of radio production.

Scope and Contents

Solo piano. Eleven copies of piano score.

id12252 30 697732 id12253 30 Movie Music - Section 1 9.5" x 12.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Section 1 only; trumpet and trombone parts incomplete.

id12254 31 697731 id12255 31 The Nazarene: A Music Drama of the Resurrection 1970 9" x 12" and 7" x 10.5" Scope and Contents

Piano, chorus, and soloists. Four printed copies and one photocopy of full score, one bound and signed. 41 copies of chorus-only scores. See also: Boxes 32, 33, 34.

id12256 32 697763 id12257 32 The Nazarene: A Music Drama of the Resurrection 1970 9" x 12" and 7" x 10.5" Scope and Contents

Piano, chorus, and soloists. Four printed copies and one photocopy of full score, one bound and signed. 41 copies of chorus-only scores. See a;so: Boxes 32, 33, 34. See also: Boxes 31, 33, 34.

id12258 33 697762 id12259 33 The Nazarene: A Music Drama of the Resurrection 1970 9" x 12" and 7" x 10.5" Scope and Contents

Piano, chorus, and soloists. Four printed copies and one photocopy of full score, one bound and signed. 41 copies of chorus-only scores. See also: Boxes 31, 32, 34.

id12260 34 697761 id12261 34 The Nazarene: A Music Drama of the Resurrection 1970 9" x 12" and 7" x 10.5" Scope and Contents

Piano, chorus, and soloists. Four printed copies and one photocopy of full score, one bound and signed. 41 copies of chorus-only scores. See also: Boxes 31, 32, 33.

id12262 34 The Nazarene: A Music Drama of the Resurrection 1970 8.5" x 11" Other Information

Programs for Music Leadership Conferences in Ridgecrest, NC (1970 July 7, 3 copies) and Glorieta, NM (1970 July 21, 4 copies)

Scope and Contents

Concert programs, printed by Boardman press. Several copies of script with annotations. One copy of script bound and signed.

id12263 34 The Nazarene: A Story of the Resurrection 1965 14" x 11" Other Information

White piano/vocal score accounts for markings in brown score

Scope and Contents

Two piano/vocal scores, one chorus book. Eleven additional copies of chorus/vocal score, spiral bound. Onionskin copies of piano/vocal score and all parts. One bound, signed copy of vocal score. See also: Boxes 35, 36, 37, 38, 124, 125

id12264 35 697760 id12265 35 The Nazarene: A Story of the Resurrection 1965 14" x 11" Other Information

White piano/vocal score accounts for markings in brown score

Scope and Contents

Two piano/vocal scores, one chorus book. Eleven additional copies of chorus/vocal score, spiral bound. Onionskin copies of piano/vocal score and all parts. One bound, signed copy of vocal score. See also: Boxes 34, 36, 37, 38, 124, 125

id12266 36 697759 id12267 36 The Nazarene: A Story of the Resurrection 1965 14" x 11" Other Information

White piano/vocal score accounts for markings in brown score

Scope and Contents

Two piano/vocal scores, one chorus book. Eleven additional copies of chorus/vocal score, spiral bound. Onionskin copies of piano/vocal score and all parts. One bound, signed copy of vocal score. See also: Boxes 34, 35, 37, 38, 124, 125

id12268 37 697758 id12269 37 The Nazarene: A Story of the Resurrection 1965 14" x 11" Other Information

White piano/vocal score accounts for markings in brown score

Scope and Contents

Two piano/vocal scores, one chorus book. Eleven additional copies of chorus/vocal score, spiral bound. Onionskin copies of piano/vocal score and all parts. One bound, signed copy of vocal score. See also: Boxes 34, 35, 36, 38, 124, 125

id12270 38 697757 id12271 38 The Nazarene: A Story of the Resurrection 1965 14" x 11" Other Information

White piano/vocal score accounts for markings in brown score

Scope and Contents

Two piano/vocal scores, one chorus book. Eleven additional copies of chorus/vocal score, spiral bound. Onionskin copies of piano/vocal score and all parts. One bound, signed copy of vocal score. See also: Boxes 34, 35, 36, 37, 124, 125

id12272 39 697756 id12273 39 North Harris 1957 9.25" x 12" Other Information

From "Four Scenes from Yesterday." Boosey & Hawkes, New York, NY.

Scope and Contents

Flute solo and string orchestra

id12274 39 The Other Thief 1974 September 1 10" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestra with narrator. One copy of condensed score with narrator part. Multiple copies of instrumental parts.

id12275 39 The Other Thief 1976 8.5" x 11" Scope and Contents

Two copies of cue scripts for The Other Thief, And It Came to Pass, The Barley Loaves, The Good Samaritan, The Answer, and His Name Was John

id12276 39 The Park Avenue Kids 1956 10" x 13" Scope and Contents

"Musical comedy." Woodwind and bass parts, stage band arrangement of "Each Night I Dream" from the musical.

id12277 40 697755 id12278 40 The Park Avenue Kids 9" x 12" Scope and Contents

Three copies of libretto; notes for opera.

id12279 40 Paul Bunyon: An Overture to a Legend 196? 8.5" x 11.75" Scope and Contents

Two copies of full score, one bound, one on onionskin paper. Onionskin copies and multiple copies of all parts. See also: Box 127.

id12280 41 697754 id12281 41 Paul Bunyon: An Overture to a Legend 1966 July 12.5" x 17.5" Scope and Contents

Band. Onionskin copy and negatives of full score. Onionskin and copies of all parts. Score with handwritten markings. See also, Boxes 42, 165

id12282 42 697753 id12283 42 Paul Bunyon: An Overture to a Legend 1966 July 12.5" x 17.5" Scope and Contents

Band. Onionskin copy and negatives of full score. Onionskin and copies of all parts. Score with handwritten markings. See also, Boxes 42, 165

id12284 id12285 43 697752 id12286 43 Peachtree Promenade 1955 9.5" x 12.5" Other Information

Mills Music, Inc., New York, NY. Extra copy of score reprinted by Kalmus, Opa-Locka FL.

Scope and Contents

Band. Score and parts, with extra copy of score.

id12287 43 Pep Rally 1956 9" x 12" Scope and Contents

Five copies of script, and concert programs.

id12288 43 Plantation Song 1955 9" x 12" Other Information

From The Atlanta Suite. Mills Music, Inc., New York, NY

Scope and Contents

Band. Conductor's score and parts.

id12289 43 Portrait of a Frontier Town 1947 9" x 12" Other Information

Five movements: I. Chamber of Commerce; II. Where the West Begins; III. Ranch House Party; IV. Prairie Sunset; V. Main Street Saturday Night.

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work, one full score.

id12290 44 697751 id12291 44 Prairie Poem 9.5" x 13" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. All parts present; multiple copies of string parts.

id12292 44 Prayer for a Whole Congregation 1977 10" x 13" Scope and Contents

SATB and piano. Eight copies, and onionskin copy of choral score.

id12293 44 Psalm 23 1975 7" x 10" Scope and Contents

SATB and piano. Eleven copies of choral score, one photocopy

id12294 44 Quartet No. 3 in C minor 1937 August - 1938 May 10" x 12.5" Scope and Contents

String quartet. Three copies of Violin I and II parts; two copies of viola. See also: Box 45.

id12295 45 697750 id12296 45 Quartet No. 3 in C minor 1937 August - 1938 May 10.25" x 13" Scope and Contents

String quartet. Three copies of Violin I and II parts; two copies of viola. See also: Box 44.

id12297 45 Quartet No. 4 (II. Danse) 10.25" x 13" Scope and Contents

String quartet. Score, only for second movement.

id12298 45 The Raven 9.5" x 12.5" Scope and Contents

Solo organ.

id12299 45 Recipe in Rhythm 11" x 17 Other Information

Originally last movement of Symphony No. 2 for Band.

Scope and Contents

Band. One copy of score; onionskin and paper copies of all parts. See also: Box 185.

id12300 46 697749 id12301 46 Retrospection 1955 9.5" x 13" Other Information

Mills Music, Inc., New York, NY

Scope and Contents

Violin and piano; score and violin part.

id12302 46 Rhapsody for Trumpet and Band 9.5" x 12.5" Scope and Contents

Partial set of parts for band arrangement.

id12303 46 Rhapsody for Trumpet and Orchestra 1970 March 13" x 20" Scope and Contents

Condensed score, parts (several duplicates); onionskin copies of score and many parts. See also: Boxes 47, 48, 49, 167, 186.

id12304 47 697748 id12305 47 Rhapsody for Trumpet and Orchestra 1970 March 13" x 20" Scope and Contents

Condensed score, parts (several duplicates); onionskin copies of score and many parts. See also: Boxes 46, 48, 49, 167, 186.

id12306 48 697747 id12307 48 Rhapsody for Trumpet and Orchestra 1970 March 13" x 20" Scope and Contents

Condensed score, parts (several duplicates); onionskin copies of score and many parts. See also: Boxes 46, 47, 49, 167, 186.

id12308 49 697746 id12309 49 Rhapsody for Trumpet and Orchestra 1970 March 13" x 20" Scope and Contents

Condensed score, parts (several duplicates); onionskin copies of score and many parts. See also: Boxes 46, 47, 48, 167, 186.

id12310 49 The Rompin' Stomp 1954 9" x 12" Other Information

Mills Music, Inc., New York, NY. Set of score and parts reprinted by Kalmus, Opa-Locka FL.

Scope and Contents

Band. Conductor's score and parts; extra copy of score.

id12311 49 The Rushin' Trumpeters 1942 9.5" x 12.25" Other Information

Belwin Mills, Miami FL, and Melville, NY

Scope and Contents

Trumpet quartet. Score and parts, and complete set of photocopies.

id12312 50 697764 id12313 50 A Saga of a Pioneer 10" x 13" Other Information

Also at Library of Congress and Texas Christian University.

Scope and Contents

Band. Complete, with many additional copies of parts.

id12314 51 697765 id12315 51 San Jacinto 9" x 12.5" Other Information

Title covers a previous title: "Symphony II for Band. Movement I. Self-Portrait"

Scope and Contents

Band. Complete set of parts, many with multiple copies.

id12316 51 Scherzino 1956 8.5" x 11" Other Information

Mills Music, Inc. New York, NY.

Scope and Contents

Mixed choir. Score and parts - photocopies.

id12317 51 Scherzo for the Third Quartet 9.5" x 12.5" Scope and Contents

Arranged for woodwinds and strings. Score and parts.

id12318 51 Season's Greetings 9.5" x 12.5" Scope and Contents

Approximately 30 pages of musical sketches.

id12319 52 697766 id12320 52 Secret History of the Birth of a Nation 9.25" x 12.25" Scope and Contents

Sketches, SATB and piano.

id12321 52 Secret History of the Birth of a Nation 1976 September 8 8.5" x 11" Scope and Contents

SATB and piano. 35 copied pages of piano/choir score.

id12322 52 Self-Portrait 1956 9.75" x 13.25" Other Information

From Suite No. 2 for Woodwind Quintet, Three Sketches. Mills Music, Inc. New York, NY.

Scope and Contents

Full score and parts - photocopies.

id12323 52 Sermonette (Southern Style) 1956 9.75" x 13.25" Other Information

From Suite No. 2 for Woodwind Quintet, Three Sketches. Mills Music, Inc. New York, NY.

Scope and Contents

Full score and parts - photocopies.

id12324 52 Shadows 1956 9.75" x 13.25" Other Information

From Suite No. 2 for Woodwind Quintet, Three Sketches. Mills Music, Inc. New York, NY.

Scope and Contents

Full score and parts - photocopies.

id12325 52 Serving Only Thee 1964 7" x 10.5" Other Information

Pride Music Publications, Inc., New York, NY

Scope and Contents

SATB and piano. Seven choral scores.

id12326 52 Seven Golden Texts 1965 7" x 10.5" Other Information

Pride Music Publications, Inc., New York, NY

Scope and Contents

"Sermon in song." SATB with piano or organ. 123 copies of choral score; one signed copy. See also: Boxes 53, 54, 55.

id12327 53 697767 id12328 53 Seven Golden Texts 1965 7" x 10.5" Other Information

Pride Music Publications, Inc., New York, NY

Scope and Contents

"Sermon in song." SATB with piano or organ. 123 copies of choral score; one signed copy. See also: Boxes 52, 54, 55.

id12329 54 697768 id12330 54 Seven Golden Texts 1965 7" x 10.5" Other Information

Pride Music Publications, Inc., New York, NY

Scope and Contents

"Sermon in song." SATB with piano or organ. 123 copies of choral score; one signed copy. See also: Boxes 52, 53, 55.

id12331 55 697769 id12332 55 Seven Golden Texts 1965 7" x 10.5" Other Information

Pride Music Publications, Inc., New York, NY

Scope and Contents

"Sermon in song." SATB with piano or organ. 123 copies of choral score; one signed copy. See also: Boxes 52, 53, 54.

id12333 55 Seven Golden Texts and a Song of Praise from the Psalms of David 11" x 14" Other Information

Tape transcript explains that piece was arranged for both band and orchestra, and "the two orchestrations combine for use with huge festival-type presentations."

Scope and Contents

Band and orchestra: parts for both ensembles, some not clearly marked. See also: Boxes 56, 131.

id12334 56 697770 id12335 56 Seven Golden Texts and a Song of Praise from the Psalms of David 11" x 14" Other Information

Tape transcript explains that piece was arranged for both band and orchestra, and "the two orchestrations combine for use with huge festival-type presentations."

Scope and Contents

Band and orchestra: parts for both ensembles, some not clearly marked. See also: Boxes 55, 131.

id12336 57 697771 id12337 57 Sketches, Compositional Exercises, and Unfinished Scores 10" x 12.5" Scope and Contents

Compositional exercises (including canons and fanfares); sketches for unidentified works as well as Good Samaritan, The Other Thief, Instant Replay, And It Came to Pass, and As It Was in the Beginning. See also: Boxes 58, 133, 187.

id12338 58 697772 id12339 58 Sketches, Compositional Exercises, and Unfinished Scores 10" x 12.5" Scope and Contents

Compositional exercises (including canons and fanfares); sketches for unidentified works as well as Good Samaritan, The Other Thief, Instant Replay, And It Came to Pass, and As It Was in the Beginning. See also: Boxes 57, 133, 187.

id12340 59 697773 id12341 59 So They May Also Learn 1968 October 9" x 12" Other Information

Dedicated to Lloyd Oakland.

Scope and Contents

Band and score. Onionskin copy of score, loose pages, and spiral-bound copy. One copy of "working" score." Multiple copies of parts. Onionskin vocal score; 35 copies of vocal score, spiral-bound. See also: Boxes 60, 61, 62, 187

id12342 60 697774 id12343 60 So They May Also Learn 1968 October 9" x 12" Other Information

Dedicated to Lloyd Oakland.

Scope and Contents

Band and score. Onionskin copy of score, loose pages, and spiral-bound copy. One copy of "working" score." Multiple copies of parts. Onionskin vocal score; 35 copies of vocal score, spiral-bound. See also: Boxes 59, 61, 62, 187

id12344 61 697775 id12345 61 So They May Also Learn 1968 October 9" x 12" Other Information

Dedicated to Lloyd Oakland.

Scope and Contents

Band and score. Onionskin copy of score, loose pages, and spiral-bound copy. One copy of "working" score." Multiple copies of parts. Onionskin vocal score; 35 copies of vocal score, spiral-bound. See also: Boxes 59, 60, 62, 187

id12346 62 697776 id12347 62 So They May Also Learn 1968 October 9" x 12" Other Information

Dedicated to Lloyd Oakland.

Scope and Contents

Band and score. Onionskin copy of score, loose pages, and spiral-bound copy. One copy of "working" score." Multiple copies of parts. Onionskin vocal score; 35 copies of vocal score, spiral-bound. See also: Boxes 59, 60, 61, 187

id12348 62 Soliloquy for Strings 1958 9" x 12" Other Information

Interlochen Press, Interlochen, MI.

Scope and Contents

String orchestra; score and parts.

id12349 62 Spiritual 1948 9" x 12" Other Information

From Symphony No. 5 1/2: A Symphony for Fun. Boosey & Hawkes, New York, NY

Scope and Contents

Band. Condensed score and parts.

id12350 62 Star Valley Junction 1962 9" x 12" Scope and Contents

Opera. Three copies of libretto; notes for opera.

id12351 63 697777 id12352 63 Star Valley Junction 1962 10.5" x 13" Scope and Contents

Opera. Score and parts; three bound copies, two onionskin copies of piano/vocal score, and additional unbound copy of Act I. Copies of choral parts and individual character parts. Onionskins and copies of some instrumental parts. Full score of some sections. See also: Boxes 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 188

id12353 64 697778 id12354 64 Star Valley Junction 1962 10.5" x 13" Scope and Contents

Opera. Score and parts; three bound copies, two onionskin copies of piano/vocal score, and additional unbound copy of Act I. Copies of choral parts and individual character parts. Onionskins and copies of some instrumental parts. Full score of some sections. See also: Boxes 63, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 188

id12355 65 697779 id12356 65 Star Valley Junction 1962 10.5" x 13" Scope and Contents

Opera. Score and parts; three bound copies, two onionskin copies of piano/vocal score, and additional unbound copy of Act I. Copies of choral parts and individual character parts. Onionskins and copies of some instrumental parts. Full score of some sections. See also: Boxes 63, 64, 66, 67, 68, 69, 188

id12357 66 697780 id12358 66 Star Valley Junction 1962 10.5" x 13" Scope and Contents

Opera. Score and parts; three bound copies, two onionskin copies of piano/vocal score, and additional unbound copy of Act I. Copies of choral parts and individual character parts. Onionskins and copies of some instrumental parts. Full score of some sections. See also: Boxes 63. 64. 65, 67, 68, 69, 188

id12359 67 697781 id12360 67 Star Valley Junction 1962 10.5" x 13" Scope and Contents

Opera. Score and parts; three bound copies, two onionskin copies of piano/vocal score, and additional unbound copy of Act I. Copies of choral parts and individual character parts. Onionskins and copies of some instrumental parts. Full score of some sections. See also: Boxes 63, 64, 65, 66, 68, 69, 188

id12361 68 697782 id12362 68 Star Valley Junction 1962 10.5" x 13" Scope and Contents

Opera. Score and parts; three bound copies, two onionskin copies of piano/vocal score, and additional unbound copy of Act I. Copies of choral parts and individual character parts. Onionskins and copies of some instrumental parts. Full score of some sections. See also: Boxes 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 69, 188

id12363 69 697783 id12364 69 Star Valley Junction 1962 10.5" x 13" Scope and Contents

Opera. Score and parts; three bound copies, two onionskin copies of piano/vocal score, and additional unbound copy of Act I. Copies of choral parts and individual character parts. Onionskins and copies of some instrumental parts. Full score of some sections. See also: Boxes 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 188

id12365 69 Story of Time: Peter Rabbit Solves a Mystery 1959 May 12" x 14" Scope and Contents

Chamber orchestra and narrator. Score and parts; two copies of score. Narrator part missing. See also: Box 168

id12366 69 Strictly for Strads 1958 9" x 12" Other Information

Interlochen Press, Interlochen, MI.

Scope and Contents

String orchestra; score and parts.

id12367 70 697784 id12368 70 Symphony X (Big "D") 1976 9" x 12" Scope and Contents

Band. score (2 copies) and parts.

id12369 71 697785 id12370 71 Symphony No. 1 (An American Symphony) 1941 10" x 12.75" Scope and Contents

Parts; multiple copies of string parts.

id12371 72 697786 id12372 72 Symphony No. 1 for Band - First Movement: Cameron Junction 8.5" x 11" and 9.5" x 12.25" Scope and Contents

Band. Parts and onionskin masters.

id12373 72 Symphony No. 1 for Band - Fourth Movement: Fall Festival 8.5" x 11" and 9.5" x 12.25" Scope and Contents

Band. Parts and onionskin masters. See also: Box 73.

id12374 73 Scope and Contents

Barcode 697787.

id12375 73 Symphony No. 1 for Band - Fourth Movement: Fall Festival 8.5" x 11" and 9.5" x 12.25" Scope and Contents

Band. Parts and onionskin masters. See also: Box 72.

id12376 73 Symphony No. 1 for Band - Second Movement: The Pleasant Years 1953 9" x 12" Other Information

Educational Music Service, New York, NY; one copy also stamped "Interlochen Press"

Scope and Contents

Parts, two complete sets.

id12377 73 Symphony No. 1 for Band - Third Movement: Uncle Walt's Waltz 1953 9" x 12" Other Information

Educational Music Service, New York, NY; score: "copyright transferred to Interlochen Press -1958

Scope and Contents

One copy of full score; two sets of parts

id12378 74 Scope and Contents

Barcode 697788.

id12379 74 Symphony No. 4 12" x 15.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Score and parts; wind parts are computer printouts. Onionskin copies of score and string parts. See also: Boxes 139, 140.

id12380 74 Symphony No. 5 (In Memoriam) 1945 12.5" x 17" Other Information

One copy of score in better condition than the other.

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Two copies of full score; multiple copies of parts. Onionskin copies of score and parts. See also: Boxes 75, 140, 141, 169

id12381 75 Scope and Contents

Barcode 697789.

id12382 75 Symphony No. 5 (In Memoriam) 1945 12.5" x 17" Other Information

One copy of score in better condition than the other.

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Two copies of full score; multiple copies of parts. Onionskin copies of score and parts. See also: Boxes 74, 140, 141, 169

id12383 76 Scope and Contents

Barcode 697790.

id12384 76 Symphony No. 8 (A Dance Symphony) 1949 13.5" x 16.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Sketches, and six copies of full score; multiple copies of all parts. Originals of score and parts also present. See also: Boxes 77, 150, 151, 152, 169, 270, 191

id12385 77 Scope and Contents

Barcode 697791.

id12386 77 Symphony No. 8 (A Dance Symphony) 1949 13.5" x 16.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Sketches, and six copies of full score; multiple copies of all parts. Originals of score and parts also present. See also: Boxes 77, 150, 151, 152, 169, 270, 191

id12387 78 Scope and Contents

Barcode 697792.

id12388 78 Symphony No. III 10.5" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Parts, condensed score, onionskin copies of string parts. See also: Boxes 79, 153.

id12389 79 Scope and Contents

Barcode 697793.

id12390 79 Symphony No. III 10.5" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Parts, condensed score, onionskin copies of string parts. See also: Boxes 78, 153.

id12391 79 Tale of Two Towns 1951 10.5" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Documentary film score for full orchestra. Score and parts. Two copies of violin I, II, viola, cello. Sketches also present. See also: Boxes 80, 81, 153

id12392 80 Scope and Contents

Barcode 697794.

id12393 80 Tale of Two Towns 1951 10.5" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Documentary film score for full orchestra. Score and parts. Two copies of violin I, II, viola, cello. Sketches also present. See also: Boxes 79, 81, 153

id12394 81 Scope and Contents

Barcode 697795.

id12395 81 Tale of Two Towns 1951 10.5" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Documentary film score for full orchestra. Score and parts. Two copies of violin I, II, viola, cello. Sketches also present. See also: Boxes 79, 80, 153

id12396 81 Tango Lullaby 1955 9" x 12" Other Information

Mills Music, Inc., New York, NY, reprinted by Kalmus, Opa-Locka, FL

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Piano conductor score, parts, and photocopies of parts.

id12397 81 Ten Little Piano Pieces 9.5" x 12.5" Other Information

Movements: I. Rumor; II. Border; III. Short But Effective Lullaby; IV. Little D.G.; V. Hymn; VI. Her; VII. First Person Singular; VIII. Dirge; IX. Confusion; X. Conclusion.

Scope and Contents

Piano. Onionskin, originals of score.

id12398 81 Thanksgiving Square & Folk Song 9.5" x 12" Other Information

Written for Thanksgiving Square in Dallas.

Scope and Contents

Piano, solo voice. Sketches, one copy of piano/vocal score, two copies of Folk Song - one lead sheet, one piano/vocal

id12399 81 They're Off! 8.5" x 11" Other Information

From Suite No. 1 for Woodwind Quintet, The Fable of the Tortoise and the Hare.

Scope and Contents

Woodwind quintet; score and parts - photocopies.

id12400 81 This Is Our America 1941 December 8 9.5" x 12" Other Information

Original version, written the morning after Pearl Harbor attack of 12/7/1941. Later rewritten as a patriotic cantata.

Scope and Contents

Piano/solo voice. Piano/vocal score.

id12401 81 This Is Our America 1941 9" x 12" Other Information

Mills Music, Inc., New York, NY

Scope and Contents

Baritone or alto solo and mixed voices with piano accompaniment. Two copies of full score; nine copies of choral part.

id12402 81 This Is Our America 1950 9" x 12" Other Information

Forest Music Pubications, New York, NY

Scope and Contents

Baritone solo with piano accompaniment. One copy of vocal/piano score.

id12403 82 Scope and Contents

Barcode 697796.

id12404 82 Thoughts Provoked on Becoming a Prospective Papa 9.5" x 12.25" Scope and Contents

Piano. One complete, bound score, and extra copies of several movements.

id12405 82 Three Short Pieces for Flute 1944 February 9" x 12" Scope and Contents

Flute and orchestra or piano. Three copies of flute/piano score, one bound; three copies of flute/ orchestra score, two incomplete. See also: Box 163.

id12406 82 Three Short Pieces for Flute 1955 9" x 12" Other Information

Movements: I. Frolic; II. Calculation; III. Social Whirl.

Scope and Contents

Solo flute with piano accompaniment. Three copies of score.

id12407 82 Throw Away Generation 1977 September 9.5" x 12.5" Scope and Contents

Band with narrator. Onionskin copies of parts; spiral-bound sketches

id12408 83 Scope and Contents

Barcode 697797.

id12409 83 Tulsa: A Symphonic Portrait in Oil 1957 9" x 12" Other Information

Transcribed by Maurice Ford from composer's original score. Mills Music, Inc., New York, NY

Scope and Contents

Band. Two complete sets of full score and parts.

id12410 84 Scope and Contents

Barcode 697798.

id12411 84 Twinkle Toes 1956 9" x 12" Other Information

Mills Music, Inc. New York, NY. Set with conductor's score reprinted by Kalmus, Opa-Locka, FL.

Scope and Contents

Band. Two sets of score and parts, one with conductor's score, one with parts only.

id12412 84 Two Exotic Dances from "Twinkle Toes" 1958 9" x 12" Other Information

Mills Music, Inc., New York, NY. Reprinted by Kalmus, Opa-Locka, FL.

Scope and Contents

Band. Conductor's score, parts, optional piano and harp parts.

id12413 85 Scope and Contents

Barcode 697799.

id12414 85 Unistrut Concert March 1958 9" x 12" Other Information

Interlochen Press, Interlochen, MI.

Scope and Contents

Band. Two complete sets, conductor's score and parts.

id12415 85 Untitled (For Dallas Baptist College A Capella Choir) 7" x 11", 9" x 12" Other Information

Written for Dallas Baptist College A Capella Choir while Gillis was composer-in-residence

Scope and Contents

SATB and piano. Small notebook with music sketches; piano/vocal score on looseleaf pages, first page missing.

id12416 85 Variations on a Kitchen Sink (from Band Concert) 1958 9" x 12" Other Information

Interlochen Press, Interlochen, MI.

Scope and Contents

Percussion, kitchen utensils, and band. Full score and parts.

id12417 86 Scope and Contents

Barcode 697800.

id12418 86 The Wooly Worm: A Symphonic Biography 1936 9.5" x 12.5" Scope and Contents

Band, parts. See also: Box 162.

id12419 86 The Wooly Worm: A Symphonic Biography 1936 7.5" x 11" Scope and Contents

Rental slips for score and parts, program notes.

id12420 86 The World Premiere 1965 14" x 20" Other Information

"A brief episode for the stage." Piano/vocal score at the University of South Carolina

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. One copy of score, bound, in two volumes. See also: Boxes 87, 171.

id12421 87 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704484.

id12422 87 The World Premiere 1965 14" x 20" Other Information

"A brief episode for the stage." Piano/vocal score at the University of South Carolina

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. One copy of score, bound, in two volumes. See also: Boxes 86, 171.

id12423 87 Yellow Dog - September! 1964 7" x 10.5" Other Information

Pride Music Publications, Inc., New York, NY

Scope and Contents

SATB and piano, four choral scores.

id12424 id12425 88 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704485.

id12426 88 1955- 11" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Flute I, II, harp parts only.

id12427 88 Abe Lincoln: Gettysburg, 1863 8.5" x 11" and 11" x 12.5" Scope and Contents

Band with narrator. One complete set with conductor score and parts, one partial set.

id12428 88 Adoration at Eventide 1956 id12429 88 Alice in Orchestralia 1950 July Other Information

Based on the book Alice in Orchestralia by Ernest La Prade

Scope and Contents

Orchestra with narrator. Full score.

id12430 88 Alma Mater, Dallas Baptist College 1969 8.5" x 14" Other Information

Same music as Serenade for Reston

Scope and Contents

SATB with piano. Score.

id12431 88 Amarillo: A Symphonic Celebration 1962 August 12" x 17" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Four copies of score: looseleaf (2), spiral-bound, onionskin. Piano part also present. See also: Box 91.

id12432 89 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704486.

id12433 89 The Alamo 11.75" x 15.75" Scope and Contents

Orchestral Work. Full score, spiral bound. Multiple and onionskin copies of all parts.

id12434 90 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704487.

id12435 90 The Alamo 1950, 1958 10.75" x 14" Other Information

Chappell & Co., New York, NY; Interlochen Press, Interlochen, MI

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. One copy of full score printed by Chappell. Seventeen copies and one bound, signed copy printed by Interlochen Press.

id12436 91 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704488.

id12437 91 Amarillo: A Symphonic Celebration 1962 11" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Parts, multiple copies: See also: Box 88.

id12438 92 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704489.

id12439 92 America's Gifted Youth 1958 11" x 14" Other Information

Originally first movement for 2nd Symphony for Band and the suite Band Concert. Interlochen Press, Interlochen, MI

Scope and Contents

Band.

id12440 93 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704490.

id12441 93 America's Gifted Youth 11" x 14" Scope and Contents

Condensed score and parts, onionskin copies.

id12442 93 Amon G. Carter March 13.5" x 10.5" Other Information

Written for Texas Christian University in honor of Amon G. Carter.

Scope and Contents

Band with rhythm section. Score and parts; multiple copies of some parts, other parts missing.

id12443 93 The Answer 1974 9.5" x 13" Scope and Contents

Multimedia essay for narrator, chorus, small orchestra, and piano. Sketches, full score, seven copies of narrator/condensed score, multiple copies of instrumental parts. No chorus part present.

id12444 94 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704491.

id12445 94 Aristophanes: The Birds 11" x 14" Scope and Contents

Opera. One bound copy of score, several looseleaf copies, pages not in order. Instrumental parts complete; some vocal parts. See also: Boxes 95, 96

id12446 95 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704492.

id12447 95 Aristophanes: The Birds 11" x 14" Scope and Contents

Opera. One bound copy of score, several looseleaf copies, pages not in order. Instrumental parts complete; some vocal parts. See also: Boxes 94, 96

id12448 96 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704493.

id12449 96 Aristophanes: The Birds 11" x 14" Scope and Contents

Opera. One bound copy of score, several looseleaf copies, pages not in order. Instrumental parts complete; some vocal parts. See also: Boxes 94, 95

id12450 96 Arturo Toscanini: A Portrait of a Century 10.5" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Onionskin copies of parts.

id12451 97 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704494.

id12452 97 Ballet for Band 13.75" x 11" and 11" x 17 Scope and Contents

Band with piano. Multiple copies of all parts (alto sax II and tenor sax I-III missing). Onionskin copies with full score and parts. Two copies of full score. See also: Box 98

id12453 98 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704495.

id12454 98 Ballet for Band 13.75" x 11" and 11" x 17 Scope and Contents

Band with piano. Multiple copies of all parts (alto sax II and tenor sax I-III missing). Onionskin copies with full score and parts. Two copies of full score. See also: Box 97

id12455 99 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704496.

id12456 99 Bayou Song 1958 11.5" x 14.5" Scope and Contents

Band. Full score, multiple copies of condensed score, all parts, and onionskin copies.

id12457 99 Behold the Man: A Story of Pontius Pilate 1971 November - 1972 July 10" x 15" Scope and Contents

Scripts, libretti, and notes: script sketches and folder "Script as used to compose." 6 copies of libretto, and sketch of set by John Colas. See also: Box 100.

id12458 100 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704497.

id12459 100 Behold the Man: A Story of Pontius Pilate 1971 November - 1972 July 10" x 15" Scope and Contents

Scripts, libretti, and notes: script sketches and folder "Script as used to compose." 6 copies of libretto, and sketch of set by John Colas. See also: Box 99.

id12460 101 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704498.

id12461 101 Behold the Man: A Story of Pontius Pilate (Ecce Homo) 1971 November - 1972 July 13.5" x 20" Other Information

Opera/oratorio.

Scope and Contents

Sketches in six spiral notebooks and on looseleaf pages. Three copies of piano/vocal score, and one copy of full score, pages not in order. See also: Boxes 102, 175, 176, 194.

id12462 102 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704499.

id12463 102 Behold the Man: A Story of Pontius Pilate (Ecce Homo) 1971 November - 1972 July 13.5" x 20" Scope and Contents

Sketches in six spiral notebooks and on looseleaf pages. Three copies of piano/vocal score, and one copy of full score, pages not in order. See also: Boxes 101, 175, 176, 194.

id12464 103 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704502.

id12465 103 Bobby Socks 1951 11.5" x 14.5" Other Information

Third movement of Star-Spangled Symphony

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Two copies of score (spiral-bound and onionskin). Multiple copies of all parts.

id12466 103 Boogie in Brass Brass choir. Full score. 11" x 14"
id12467 104 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704503.

id12468 104 Bridal Suite 1974 9.5" x 12" Scope and Contents

Musical comedy. Sketches, early versions of some songs, band score and parts, partial full score, individual parts.

id12469 104 Canon 6 in 2 1940 July 5 10.75" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Six-part canon, score.

id12470 104 Chaconne and Variations 1933 10.75" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Piano.

id12471 104 Chamber of Commerce 11" x 15" Other Information

From Portrait of a Frontier Town

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. One score, onionskin.

id12472 104 Charlie's Song 9" x 12" and 11" x 17" Scope and Contents

String orchestra. Two copies of full score, multiple copies of all parts.

id12473 105 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704504.

id12474 105 Concerto for Orchestra with Organ 1948 9.25" x 12.25", 10.5" x 14.75", 11" x 15" Other Information

G.F. Handel, arranged by Don Gillis

Scope and Contents

Orchestra with organ. Two copies of full score, spiral-bound, one onionskin copy. Orchestral parts, onionskin

id12475 105 Concerto for Organ and Band 1960 July 17 11.5" x 17" Scope and Contents

Solo organ and ban. Two copies of full score.

id12476 105 Concerto No. II 1966 12" x 15.5" Scope and Contents

Solo piano with orchestra. Full score, piano score, parts (many with multiple copies). See also: Boxes 106, 107.

id12477 106 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704505.

id12478 106 Concerto No. II 1966 12" x 15.5" Scope and Contents

Solo piano with orchestra. Full score, piano score, parts (many with multiple copies). See also: Boxes 105, 107.

id12479 107 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704506.

id12480 107 Concerto No. II 1966 12" x 15.5" Scope and Contents

Solo piano with orchestra. Full score, piano score, parts (many with multiple copies). See also: 105, 106.

id12481 108 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704507.

id12482 108 Dialogue for Trombone and Band 11" x 15" Scope and Contents

Solo trombone with band, onionskin copies of parts.

id12483 108 Each Monday Night 9.5" x 14.5" Other Information

For NBC Monday night broadcasts.

Scope and Contents

Orchestra with voice. Multiple copies of all parts; piano/vocal part is also conductor score.

id12484 108 Encore Concerto 1956 11" x 14" Other Information

Dedicated to Joseph Kahn

Scope and Contents

Solo and second piano. Onionskin score, sketches, and incomplete score.

id12485 108 Farm Bureau 11" x 13.5" Other Information

Cover title. Same music as Insurance Picture.

Scope and Contents

Film score for orchestra.

id12486 109 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704508.

id12487 109 Film Music Section 1 13.5" x 9.75" Scope and Contents

Orchestra. Parts, multiple copies of violin I and II. See also: boxes 110, 111, 112

id12488 110 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704509.

id12489 110 Film Music Section 2 13.5" x 9.75" Scope and Contents

Orchestra. Parts, multiple copies of violin I and II. See also: boxes 109, 111, 112

id12490 111 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704510.

id12491 111 Film Music Section 2 13.5" x 9.75" Scope and Contents

Orchestra. Parts, multiple copies of violin I and II. See also: boxes 109, 110, 112

id12492 111 Film Music Section 3 13.5" x 9.75" Scope and Contents

Orchestra. Parts, multiple copies of violin I and II. See also: boxes 109, 110, 112

id12493 112 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704511.

id12494 112 Film Music Section 3 13.5" x 9.75" Scope and Contents

Orchestra. Parts, multiple copies of violin I and II. See also: boxes 109, 110, 111

id12495 112 Five Acre Pond 1956 November 11.5" x 13" Scope and Contents

Oboe solo with strings, percussion, harp, celeste-piano. Full score and parts, onionskin copies of score, parts, and condensed score.

id12496 113 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704512.

id12497 113 Four Scenes from Yesterday 1947 October - 1948 January 13.75" x 11.25" Other Information

Movements and dedications: I. North Harris, Flute (to Arthur Lora); II. Courthouse Square, Oboe (to Paul Rienz); III. From a Winter's Dream, clarinet (to Robert McGinnis); IV. Brushy Creek, bassoon (to Leonard Sharrow)

Scope and Contents

Full score, with extra copy of score for third movement.

id12498 113 The Gift of the Magi 11" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Chamber orchestra, chorus, three soloists. Four copies of full score; two bound, one in sections. Some musical sketches. Seven copies of choral/piano score, some incomplete. One folder of inserts for parts and score. Copies and onionskin pages for all parts. This box: score, parts, and sketches. See also: Boxes 9, 10, 11, 114, 177.

id12499 114 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704513.

id12500 114 The Gift of the Magi 11" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Chamber orchestra, chorus, three soloists. Four copies of full score; two bound, one in sections. Some musical sketches. Seven copies of choral/piano score, some incomplete. One folder of inserts for parts and score. Copies and onionskin pages for all parts. This box: score, parts, and sketches. See also: Boxes 9, 10, 11, 113, 177.

id12501 115 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704514.

id12502 115 Great Big Nation 11" x 14" Other Information

Lyrics by Don Gillis and Orvill Purdy.

Scope and Contents

SATB choir and piano. Eight copies of piano/choral score.

id12503 115 Happy Jack 11.5" x 13.25" Other Information

Based on nature stories by Thornton W. Burgess. Script and narration by John Rust.

Scope and Contents

Chamber orchestra and narrator; two copies of full score; parts incomplete: narrator missing.

id12504 115 Happy Jack 8.5" x 11" Scope and Contents

Script.

id12505 116 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704515.

id12506 116 His Name Was John 1971 10" x 13" and 13.5" x 20" Scope and Contents

Orchestra with narrator. Three copies of full score; parts; multiple copies of percussion and string parts.

id12507 116 Hucbald Visits the Vet Other Information

"A Magic Giant Story for Television performance by puppets and people." Accompanying notecard: "Script by Don Gillis, Sr. Music by Don Gillis, Jr. This was the only time they worked together musically."

Scope and Contents

Photocopy of full score. See also: Box 14 (script)

id12508 116 Hymn and Prayer for Peace 1967 10.5" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

SATB and piano. One copy of score.

id12509 116 In Dir ist Freude 13.5" x 10.5" Other Information

Chorale by Giovanni Giacomo Gastoldi, 1591; chorale variation by J.S. Bach (BWV 615), arranged by Don Gillis.

Scope and Contents

Band with string bass. Two copies of score, parts on paper and onionskin paper. Five copies of clarinet II.

id12510 116 Joyful and Triumphant 1976 8.5" 14.5" Scope and Contents

SATB with concert band or piano/organ. One photocopy of full score.

id12511 116 Joyful and Triumphant 1988 11" x 17" Other Information

Transcribed by T.J. Rand

Scope and Contents

Brass, winds, chorus, organ, and percussion. One copy of full score.

id12512 117 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704516.

id12513 117 Junior Hi-Fi March 1958 12" x 15.5" Scope and Contents

Band. Originals and multiple copies of conductor's score and all parts.

id12514 118 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704517.

id12515 118 The Libretto 1959 January 11" x 13" Scope and Contents

Three copies of piano/vocal score. Multiple copies of all instrumental parts. See also: Boxes 119, 120.

id12516 119 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704518.

id12517 119 The Libretto 1959 January 11" x 13" Scope and Contents

Three copies of piano/vocal score. Multiple copies of all instrumental parts. See also: Boxes 118, 120.

id12518 120 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704519.

id12519 120 The Libretto 1959 January 11" x 13" Scope and Contents

Three copies of piano/vocal score. Multiple copies of all instrumental parts. See also: Boxes 118, 119.

id12520 120 Lickety-Split 1949 11" x 14.75" Other Information

Stamped "From the rental library of Chappell & Co., Inc."

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Full score.

id12521 120 The Making of Money 1951 December 13.5" x 11.75" Other Information

Movements: I. Gentlemen, The King!; II. Marching Men; III. Temple Dance; IV. Moment of Worship; V. Make Mine Enchiladas; VI. Pad That Casket, Please; VII. Rush That Russian; VIII. Mort the Mortician.

Scope and Contents

Documentary film score for orchestra.

id12522 121 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704520.

id12523 121 A Memory 11" x 15" Scope and Contents

Bassoon quartet. Three copies of score and parts; sketches.

id12524 121 Midnight in Manhattan 11" x 14" Scope and Contents

Voice and piano. One copy with markings in pencil.

id12525 121 The Mighty Mac 10.5" x 15" Scope and Contents

Onionskin and copies of all parts; onionskin copy of condensed score.

id12526 122 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704521.

id12527 122 A Mind Content: Coping with Today 9.5" x 12.25" Other Information

For a film produced by the South Carolina Department of Mental Health. Sections: I., II. City Streets; III. Cops and Man; IV,V, VI, VII. Laundromat, VII, IX.

Scope and Contents

Full score and reduced photocopy of score. See also: Box 29 (script and notes).

id12528 122 Minuet-Cetera 11" x 14.5" Scope and Contents

Band. Parts; onionskin copies.

id12529 122 Mister Big Scope and Contents

Band. Originals and copies of conductor's score and parts. See also: Box 123.

id12530 123 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704522.

id12531 123 Mister Big Scope and Contents

Band. Originals and copies of conductor's score and parts. See also: Box 122.

id12532 124 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704562.

id12533 124 Motor Perpetuo 11" x 15" Other Information

Based on "In My Merry Oldsmobile" by Gus Edwards (1905).

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Score only.

id12534 124 The Nazarene 1965 January 29 13.5" x 10.5" Scope and Contents

Sketches and notes. Many copies of one-page "Revisions for Joanna's Aria, pages 112, 113, 114 Nazarene"

id12535 124 The Nazarene: A Story of the Resurrection 1965 14" x 11" Other Information

White piano/vocal score accounts for markings in brown score

Scope and Contents

Two piano/vocal scores, one chorus book. Eleven additional copies of chorus/vocal score, spiral bound. Onionskin copies of piano/vocal score and all parts. One bound, signed copy of vocal score. See also: Boxes 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 125

id12536 125 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704523.

id12537 125 The Nazarene: A Story of the Resurrection 1965 14" x 11" Other Information

White piano/vocal score accounts for markings in brown score

Scope and Contents

Two piano/vocal scores, one chorus book. Eleven additional copies of chorus/vocal score, spiral bound. Onionskin copies of piano/vocal score and all parts. One bound, signed copy of vocal score. See also: Boxes 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 124

id12538 125 Night Song 11" x 15" Scope and Contents

Band. Original and copy of each part. See also: Box 185.

id12539 125 Oh Give Thanks Unto the Lord For He Is Good 10.75" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Motet for five voices; one score.

id12540 125 Old Cotton Patch 10" x 14" Scope and Contents

Band. Sketches and some parts; possibly incomplete.

id12541 125 One Giant Step 9" x 12" Scope and Contents

Orchestra. No score, parts only. Instrumentation listed inside back cover.

id12542 126 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704524.

id12543 126 Orestes 11" x 13" Scope and Contents

Woodwind ensemble with percussion and piano. Score and parts.

id12544 126 The Panhandle Suite 1935 12" x 15.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Three copies of score; parts, with multiple copies of string parts; program notes by the composer accompany one score. See also: Boxes 127, 165, 183.

id12545 127 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704525.

id12546 127 The Panhandle Suite 1935 12" x 15.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Three copies of score; parts, with multiple copies of string parts; program notes by the composer accompany one score. See also: Boxes 126, 165, 183.

id12547 127 Paul Bunyon: An Overture to a Legend 196? 12.5" x 17.5" Scope and Contents

Two copies of full score, one bound, one on onionskin paper. Onionskin copies and multiple copies of all parts. See also: Box 40.

id12548 127 Portrait of a City Made of Steel 1967 January 11.5" x 14" Scope and Contents

Full score; onionskin copies of full score and parts.

id12549 127 Prelude and Fugue in C# Minor 1932-1933 10.75" x 13.5" Other Information

BWV 849 from the Well-Tempered Clavier, Book I. Arranged by Gillis.

Scope and Contents

String quartet. Full score and sketches.

id12550 127 Psalm 23 11" x 12.5" Scope and Contents

SATB and piano. Two copies of score; sketches.

id12551 127 Quartet No. 1 in C Major 1935 10.5" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

String quartet. Two copies of score, one copy of each part.

id12552 128 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704526.

id12553 128 Quartet No. 2 in F 1937 10" x 12.5" Other Information

Dedicated to Albert Thomas Luper

Scope and Contents

String quartet (violin I, II, viola, cello). Two full scores, one set of parts in folders, one set of parts on manuscript paper, taped together.

id12554 128 Quartet No. 5 11" x 15" Scope and Contents

String quartet. Multiple copies of parts.

id12555 128 Quartet No. 6 1946 11" x 13.5" Other Information

Distinct from adjacent item with same title. Dedicated to Bob Denton.

Scope and Contents

String quartet. Score missing pp. 23-36, 40. Complete Violin I part.

id12556 128 Quartet No. 6 Other Information

Distinct from adjacent item with same title. Movements: II. Slow Blues; IV. Finale.

Scope and Contents

String quartet. Parts for movements II, IV.

id12557 129 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704527.

id12558 129 Quintet No. 1 for Piano and Strings 1939 10.5" x 13.5" and 12.5" x 14.5" Other Information

Dedicated to Donald E. Johnson.

Scope and Contents

Two copies of full score; additional copy of first movement; parts; two copies of string parts. See also: Boxes 165, 166.

id12559 129 Ranch House Party 1946 June 11" x 14" Other Information

Note on file: "Once a part of Dude Ranch, now in Portrait of a Frontier Land"

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Full score.

id12560 129 The Raven: Based on the Poem by Edgar Allan Poe 1939 11" x 15" Scope and Contents

Orchestra with narrator. Five copies of full score; multiple copies of parts, with onionskin copies. See also: Boxes 130, 166.

id12561 130 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704528.

id12562 130 The Raven: Based on the Poem by Edgar Allan Poe 1939 11" x 15" Scope and Contents

Orchestra with narrator. Five copies of full score; multiple copies of parts, with onionskin copies. See also: Boxes 129, 166.

id12563 131 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704530.

id12564 131 The School House 1948 May 11.5" x 13.5" Other Information

Divided by reel number.

Scope and Contents

Documentary film score for orchestra.

id12565 131 A Serenade for Reston 1967 July 3 10.5" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Piano/vocal score. See also: Box 88, Item 5 (Alma Mater, Dallas Baptist College)

id12566 131 Seven Golden Texts and a Song of Praise from the Psalms of David 11" x 14" Scope and Contents

Band and orchestra: parts for both ensembles, some not clearly marked. See also: Boxes 55, 56.

id12567 id12568 132 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704529.

id12569 132 A Shepherd 1949 December 1 10" x 14" Other Information

For Christmas Eve, 1949. Narration by Heywood Brown.

Scope and Contents

Orchestra with narrator. Full score; parts, some additional copies.

id12570 132 Short Overture to an Unwritten Opera 1946 9" x 12" Other Information

First heard on the NBC broadcast Music for To-Night

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Two scores, one photocopy.

id12571 132 A Short Short Short Symphony 1973 December - January 1974 11" x 14" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Full score, parts, multiple copies and onionskin copies of strings and percussion.

id12572 132 Short Symphony 10.75" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Sketches.

id12573 133 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704531.

id12574 133 A Sinfonia for Brass 11.75" x 14.5" Other Information

Commisioned for Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia for national convention in Cincinnati.

Scope and Contents

Brass choir. Full score, parts, onionskin copies of all.

id12575 133 Sketches and Compositional Exercises Scope and Contents

Compositional exercises (including canons and fanfares); sketches for unidentified works as well as Good Samaritan, The Other Thief, Instant Replay, And It Came to Pass, and As It Was in the Beginning. See also: Boxes 57, 58, 187.

id12576 134 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704532.

id12577 134 Soliloquy 1955 August 31 11" x 14" Scope and Contents

Band. Original copies (partial set) and onionskin copies (complete set) of parts.

id12578 134 Star-Spangled Symphony 1957 July 12 8.5" x 11" Scope and Contents

Handwritten note to "Arthur" regarding revisions of first-movement string parts.

id12579 134 Star-Spangled Symphony 1951 9.5" x 12.25", 11" x 15", and 11" x 16" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Two copies of full score, multiple copies of parts; onionskin copies of score and parts. See also: Boxes 135, 136, 137, 138, 167

id12580 135 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704533.

id12581 135 Star-Spangled Symphony 1951 9.5" x 12.25", 11" x 15", and 11" x 16" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Two copies of full score, multiple copies of parts; onionskin copies of score and parts. See also: Boxes 134, 136, 137, 138, 167

id12582 136 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704534.

id12583 136 Star-Spangled Symphony 1951 9.5" x 12.25", 11" x 15", and 11" x 16" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Two copies of full score, multiple copies of parts; onionskin copies of score and parts. See also: Boxes 134, 135, 137, 138, 167

id12584 137 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704535.

id12585 137 Star-Spangled Symphony 1951 9.5" x 12.25", 11" x 15", and 11" x 16" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Two copies of full score, multiple copies of parts; onionskin copies of score and parts. See also: Boxes 134, 135, 136, 138, 167

id12586 138 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704536.

id12587 138 Star-Spangled Symphony 1951 9.5" x 12.25", 11" x 15", and 11" x 16" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Two copies of full score, multiple copies of parts; onionskin copies of score and parts. See also: Boxes 134, 135, 136, 137, 167

id12588 138 String Quartet No. 5 10.25" x 13.75" Scope and Contents

String quartet. Parts; onionskin copies.

id12589 138 Symphony X (Big "D") id12590 138 Symphony No. 2 (A Symphony of Faith) 1941 June 11.5" x 17" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Two copies and onionskin photocopy of score; two copies of all parts, condensed score for first movement. See also: Boxes 139, 168, 191

id12591 139 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704537.

id12592 139 Symphony No. 2 (A Symphony of Faith) 1941 June 11.5" x 17" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Two copies and onionskin photocopy of score; two copies of all parts, condensed score for first movement. See also: Boxes 138, 168, 191.

id12593 139 Symphony No. 4 12" x 15.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Score and parts; wind parts are computer printouts. Onionskin copies of score and string parts. See also: Boxes 74, 140.

id12594 140 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704538.

id12595 140 Symphony No. 4 12" x 15.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Score and parts; wind parts are computer printouts. Onionskin copies of score and string parts. See also: Boxes 74, 139.

id12596 140 Symphony No. 5 (In Memoriam) 1945 12.5" x 17" Other Information

One copy of score in better condition than the other.

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Two copies of full score; multiple copies of parts. Onionskin copies of score and parts. See also: Boxes 74, 75, 141, 169

id12597 141 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704539.

id12598 141 Symphony No. 5 (In Memoriam) 1945 12.5" x 17" Other Information

One copy of score in better condition than the other.

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Two copies of full score; multiple copies of parts. Onionskin copies of score and parts. See also: Boxes 74, 75, 140, 169

id12599 141 Symphony No. 5 1/2 1948 11.5" x 12.5" Other Information

Boosey & Hawkes, printed in England. Movements: I. Perpetual Emotion; II. Spiritual?; III. Scherzofrenia; IV. Conclusion!

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Photocopy of full score.

id12600 142 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704540.

id12601 142 Symphony No. 6 1958 11.5" x 16" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Four copies of full score, multiple copies of all parts. Onionskin copies of score and parts. See also: Boxes 143, 144, 145, 146, 147.

id12602 143 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704541.

id12603 143 Symphony No. 6 1958 11.5" x 16" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Four copies of full score, multiple copies of all parts. Onionskin copies of score and parts. See also: Boxes 142, 144, 145, 146, 147.

id12604 144 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704542.

id12605 144 Symphony No. 6 1958 11.5" x 16" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Four copies of full score, multiple copies of all parts. Onionskin copies of score and parts. See also: Boxes 142, 143, 145, 146, 147.

id12606 145 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704543.

id12607 145 Symphony No. 6 1958 11.5" x 16" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Four copies of full score, multiple copies of all parts. Onionskin copies of score and parts. See also: Boxes 142, 143, 144, 146, 147.

id12608 146 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704544.

id12609 146 Symphony No. 6 1958 11.5" x 16" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Four copies of full score, multiple copies of all parts. Onionskin copies of score and parts. See also: Boxes 142, 143, 144, 145, 147.

id12610 147 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704545.

id12611 147 Symphony No. 6 1958 11.5" x 16" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Four copies of full score, multiple copies of all parts. Onionskin copies of score and parts. See also: Boxes 142, 143, 144, 145, 146.

id12612 147 Symphony No. 7 (Saga of a Prairie School) 1948 11" x 13.5" and 12" x 15" Other Information

Written for the 75th anniversary of the founding of Texas Christian University.

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Full score, multiple copies of parts. Onionskin copies of score and parts. See also: Boxes 148, 149, 150.

id12613 148 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704546.

id12614 148 Symphony No. 7 (Saga of a Prairie School) 1948 11" x 13.5" and 12" x 15" Other Information

Written for the 75th anniversary of the founding of Texas Christian University.

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Full score, multiple copies of parts. Onionskin copies of score and parts. See also: Boxes 144, 149, 150.

id12615 149 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704547.

id12616 149 Symphony No. 7 (Saga of a Prairie School) 1948 11" x 13.5" and 12" x 15" Other Information

Written for the 75th anniversary of the founding of Texas Christian University.

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Full score, multiple copies of parts. Onionskin copies of score and parts. See also: Boxes 144, 148, 150.

id12617 150 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704548.

id12618 150 Symphony No. 7 (Saga of a Prairie School) 1948 11" x 13.5" and 12" x 15" Other Information

Written for the 75th anniversary of the founding of Texas Christian University.

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Full score, multiple copies of parts. Onionskin copies of score and parts. See also: Boxes 147, 148, 150.

id12619 150 Symphony No. 8 (A Dance Symphony) 1949 13.5" x 16.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Sketches, and six copies of full score; multiple copies of all parts. Originals of score and parts also present. See also: Boxes 76, 77, 151, 152, 169, 270, 191

id12620 151 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704549.

id12621 151 Symphony No. 8 (A Dance Symphony) 1949 13.5" x 16.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Sketches, and six copies of full score; multiple copies of all parts. Originals of score and parts also present. See also: Boxes 76, 77, 150, 152, 169, 270, 191

id12622 152 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704550.

id12623 152 Symphony No. 8 (A Dance Symphony) 1949 13.5" x 16.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Sketches, and six copies of full score; multiple copies of all parts. Originals of score and parts also present. See also: Boxes 77, 150, 151, 169, 270, 191

id12624 153 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704551.

id12625 153 Symphony No. III 11" x 17" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Full score, photocopies of parts. See also: Boxes 78, 79.

id12626 153 Symphony X (Big "D") 1968 13.5" x 17 Other Information

"Affectionately dedicated to Walter Toscanini." Movements: I. All-American City; II. Requiem for a Hero; III. Conventioneer; IV. Cotton Bowl

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Full score, onionskin.

id12627 153 Tale of Two Towns 1951 10.5" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Documentary film score for full orchestra. Score and parts. Two copies of violin I, II, viola, cello. Sketches also present. See also: Boxes 79, 80, 81

id12628 153 This Solemn Hour (from Band Concert) 10.5" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Band; parts.

id12629 154 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704552.

id12630 154 Thomas Wolfe, American 1950 June 22 12" x 16" Scope and Contents

"Narrative poem." Two copies of full score. Parts, some with multiple copies. Narration not present. See also: Boxes 155, 156, 171.

id12631 155 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704553.

id12632 155 Thomas Wolfe, American 1950 June 22 12" x 16" Scope and Contents

"Narrative poem." Two copies of full score. Parts, some with multiple copies. Narration not present. See also: Boxes 154, 156, 171.

id12633 156 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704554.

id12634 156 Thomas Wolfe, American 1950 June 22 12" x 16" Scope and Contents

"Narrative poem." Two copies of full score. Parts, some with multiple copies. Narration not present. See also: Boxes 154, 155, 171.

id12635 156 Thoughts Provoked on Becoming a Prospective Papa 11" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Small orchestra and piano. Full score. Parts, many with multiple copies. See also: Box 157.

id12636 157 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704555.

id12637 157 Thoughts Provoked on Becoming a Prospective Papa 11" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Small orchestra and piano. Full score. Parts, many with multiple copies. See also: Box 157.

id12638 157 Three Time Blues 11" x 15" Scope and Contents

Solo trumpet with band. Onionskin copies of condensed score and parts.

id12639 157 Tulsa: A Symphonic Portrait in Oil 9" x 12" Scope and Contents

Sketches.

id12640 158 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704556.

id12641 158 Villa Genzianella 11.25" x 14" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Parts; flute I missing; multiple copies of string parts. See also: Boxes 159, 160.

id12642 159 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704557.

id12643 159 Villa Genzianella 11.25" x 14" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Parts; flute I missing; multiple copies of string parts. See also: Boxes 159, 160.

id12644 160 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704558.

id12645 160 Villa Genzianella 11.25" x 14" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Parts; flute I missing; multiple copies of string parts. See also: Boxes 159, 160.

id12646 160 Waltz in Waltz Time (from Band Concert) 11" x 14" Scope and Contents

Band. Condensed score and parts; multiple copies of many parts, onionskin parts of some. See also: Box 161.

id12647 161 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704559.

id12648 161 Waltz in Waltz Time (from Band Concert) 11" x 14" Scope and Contents

Band. Condensed score and parts; multiple copies of many parts, onionskin parts of some. See also: Box 161.

id12649 161 What Greater Gift 11.5" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Full film score for orchestra, divided by reel and section number.

id12650 161 Women in the Air Force 1951 9.5" x 12.5" and 10.75" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Documentary film score for orchestra. Horn part missing. See also: Box 162.

id12651 162 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704560.

id12652 162 Women in the Air Force 1951 9.5" x 12.5" and 10.75" x 13.5" Scope and Contents

Documentary film score for orchestra. Horn part missing. See also: Box 161.

id12653 162 The Woolly-Worm: A Symphonic Biography 1936 10.75" x 13.25" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Full score and parts. See also: Box 86.

id12654 163 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704561.

id12655 163 Three Short Pieces for Flute 1944 February 9" x 12" Scope and Contents

Flute and orchestra or piano. Three copies of flute/piano score, one bound; three copies of flute/ orchestra score, two incomplete. See also: Box 82.

id12656 163 To an Unknown Solider 9" x 12" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Parts.

id12657 163 Tomorrow is Today: An Allegory of Our Times 1974 9.5" x 16.5" Scope and Contents

Band with narrator. Full score and parts; onionskin copies of parts. See also: Box 164.

id12658 164 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704567.

id12659 164 Tomorrow is Today: An Allegory of Our Times 1974 9.5" x 16.5" Scope and Contents

Band with narrator. Full score and parts; onionskin copies of parts. See also: Box 164.

id12660 164 Tulsa 1950 11" x 17" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Full score only.

id12661 164 Twinkle Toes 11.5" x 17" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Full score only (photocopy).

id12662 165 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704563.

id12663 165 The Panhandle Suite 1935 12" x 15.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Three copies of score; parts, with multiple copies of string parts; program notes by the composer accompany one score. See also: Boxes 126, 127, 183.

id12664 165 Paul Bunyon: An Overture to a Legend 1966 July 12.5" x 17.5" Scope and Contents

Band. Onionskin copy and negatives of full score. Onionskin and copies of all parts. Score with handwritten markings. See also, Boxes 41, 42

id12665 165 Quintet No. 1 for Piano and Strings 1939 10.5" x 13.5" and 12.5" x 14.5" Other Information

Dedicated to Donald E. Johnson.

Scope and Contents

Two copies of full score; additional copy of first movement; parts; two copies of string parts. See also: Boxes 129, 166.

id12666 166 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704564.

id12667 166 Quintet No. 1 for Piano and Strings 1939 10.5" x 13.5" and 12.5" x 14.5" Other Information

Dedicated to Donald E. Johnson.

Scope and Contents

Two copies of full score; additional copy of first movement; parts; two copies of string parts. See also: Boxes 129, 165.

id12668 166 Quintet No. II for Piano and Strings 9.5" x 12.5" and 12" x 14.5" Scope and Contents

Full score and string parts. Piano part missing.

id12669 166 The Raven: Based on the Poem by Edgar Allan Poe 1939 11" x 15" Scope and Contents

Orchestra with narrator. Five copies of full score; multiple copies of parts, with onionskin copies. See also: Boxes 129, 130.

id12670 167 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704565.

id12671 167 Rhapsody for Harp and Orchestra 1946 12" x 15.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestra with harp. Full score, with onionskin copy; onionskin parts. See also: Box 185.

id12672 167 Rhapsody for Trumpet and Orchestra 1970 March 13" x 20" Scope and Contents

Condensed score, parts (several duplicates); onionskin copies of score and many parts. See also: Boxes 46, 47, 48, 49, 186.

id12673 167 Star-Spangled Symphony 1951 9.5" x 12.25", 11" x 15", and 11" x 16" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Two copies of full score, multiple copies of parts; onionskin copies of score and parts. See also: Boxes 134, 135, 136, 137, 138.

id12674 168 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704566.

id12675 168 Story Time: Peter Rabbit Solves a Mystery 1959 May 12" x 14" Scope and Contents

Chamber orchestra and narrator. Score and parts; two copies of score. Narrator part missing. See also: Box 69.

id12676 168 Symphony X (Big "D") 1968 11" x 17" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Full score only.

id12677 168 Symphony No. 2 (A Symphony of Faith) 1941 June 11.5" x 17" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Two copies and onionskin photocopy of score; two copies of all parts, condensed score for first movement. See also: Boxes 138, 139, 191

id12678 169 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704568.

id12679 169 Symphony No. 5 (In Memoriam) 1945 12.5" x 17" Other Information

One copy of score in better condition than the other.

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Two copies of full score; multiple copies of parts. Onionskin copies of score and parts. See also: Boxes 74, 75, 140, 141

id12680 169 Symphony No. 8 (A Dance Symphony) 1949 13.5" x 16.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Sketches, and six copies of full score; multiple copies of all parts. Originals of score and parts also present. See also: Boxes 76, 77, 150, 151, 152, 170, 191

id12681 170 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704569.

id12682 170 Symphony No. 8 (A Dance Symphony) 1949 13.5" x 16.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Sketches, and six copies of full score; multiple copies of all parts. Originals of score and parts also present. See also: Boxes 76, 77, 150, 151, 152, 169, 191

id12683 171 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704570.

id12684 171 Thomas Wolfe, American 1950 June 22 12" x 16" Scope and Contents

"Narrative poem." Two copies of full score. Parts, some with multiple copies. Narration not present. See also: Boxes 154, 155, 156.

id12685 171 Unidentified Works 17" x 22" Scope and Contents

Scores (two unidentified pages), songs (Ant Song, La Flurge, Bletch Duet)

id12686 171 The Woollyworm 12" x 18" Scope and Contents

Band. Full score only.

id12687 171 World Premiere 1965 14" x 20" Other Information

"A brief episode for the stage." Piano/vocal score at the University of South Carolina

Scope and Contents

1965

id13440 id13441 172 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704571.

id33616 172 Abe Lincoln: Gettysburg 1863 Scope and Contents

Two plastic comb-bound photocopies of conductor's score.

id13442 172 And It Came to Pass 1974 October 7 13.5" x 20" Scope and Contents

Orchestra with narrator. Two copies of full score, with onionskin copy.

id13443 172 Arturo Toscanini: Portrait of a Century 1967 July 13.5" x 20.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestra with narrator. Two copies of full score, with onionskin copy.

id13444 172 As It Was in the Beginning 1977 12.5" x 19.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestra with narrator. Two copies of full score, with onionskin copy.

id13445 173 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704572.

id13446 173 The Answer 1974 October 31 13.5" x 20" Scope and Contents

Orchestra with narrator. Two copies of full score, with onionskin copy. 49 drawings of characters, scenes.

id13447 174 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704573.

id13448 174 The Barley Loaves 1976 10" x 13" and 13.5" x 20" Scope and Contents

Orchestra with narrator. Two c opies of full score; all parts present, multiple copies of percussion and strings.

id13449 175 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704574.

id13450 175 Behold the Man 1971 November - 1972 July 13.5" x 20" Other Information

Opera/oratorio.

Scope and Contents

Sketches in six spiral notebooks and on looseleaf pages. Three copies of piano/vocal score, and one copy of full score, pages not in order. See also: Boxes 101, 102, 176, 194.

id13451 176 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704575.

id13452 176 Behold the Man 1971 November - 1972 July 13.5" x 20" Other Information

Opera/oratorio.

Scope and Contents

Sketches in six spiral notebooks and on looseleaf pages. Three copies of piano/vocal score, and one copy of full score, pages not in order. See also: Boxes 101, 102, 175, 194.

id13453 176 Ceremony of Allegiance 14" x 17" Scope and Contents

Band. Onionskin copy of full score.

id13454 177 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704576.

id13455 177 Cowtown Suite 11.75" x 16" Other Information

Movements: I. Where the West Begins; II. Chamber of Commerce - 32491; III. Prairie Sunset; IV. Bronco Bust; V. Main Street Saturday Night

Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Spiral-bound except for second movement (looseleaf)

id13456 177 Dallas Baptist Alma Mater 12.5" x 20" Scope and Contents

SATB and orchestra. Full score only.

id13457 177 Equitable 1964 April 1 12" x 18" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Full score only.

id13458 177 The Gift of the Magi 11" x 13.5" Other Information

Based on the story by O. Henry.

Scope and Contents

Chamber orchestra, chorus, three soloists. Four copies of full score; two bound, one in sections. Some musical sketches. Seven copies of choral/piano score, some incomplete. One folder of inserts for parts and score. Copies and onionskin pages for all parts. This box: score, parts, and sketches. See also: Boxes 9, 10, 11, 113, 114.

id13459 178 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704577.

id13460 178 The Good Samaritan 1976 10" x 13" and 13.5" x 20" Scope and Contents

Orchestra with narrator. Three copies of full score; all parts present, multiple copies of percussion and strings.

id13461 179 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704578.

id13462 179 Instant Re-Play 1975 13" x 20" Scope and Contents

Multimedia with orchestra. Onionskin copy of full score; score for each act also bound separately. See also: Box 180.

id13463 180 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704579.

id13464 180 Instant Re-Play 1975 13" x 20" Scope and Contents

Multimedia with orchestra. Onionskin copy of full score; score for each act also bound separately. See also: Box 180.

id13465 180 Intermission - Ten Minutes 11.5" x 17" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Full score only.

id13466 180 Jubilee Festival Overture 1957 June 13.5 x 17" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Complete full score; onionskin copy, possibly incomplete.

id13467 181 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704580.

id13468 181 Let Us Pray 1972 January 25 13" x 20" Scope and Contents

Orchestral "sacred dramatic work." Full score with onionskin copy.

id13469 182 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704581.

id13470 182 The Libretto 1959 12.5" x 17" Scope and Contents

Opera. One copy of full score in two volumes.

id13471 182 The Mighty Mac 14" x 20" Scope and Contents

Band. Full score only.

id13472 182 The Nazarene 1965 May 14.5" x 20.5" Scope and Contents

Full score in binder, looseleaf onion skin copy. "Music drama." See also: Box 193.

id13473 183 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704582.

id13474 183 The New Frontier: An Overture for Band 1961 May 14" x 17.5" Other Information

Note explains "This was re-titled 'Men of Music' and published by Volkwein Music." Dedicated to Dale C. Harris.

Scope and Contents

Band. Full score only.

id13475 183 The Other Thief 1974 October 20 13.5" x 20" Scope and Contents

Orchestra with narrator. Two copies of full score, with onionskin copy.

id13476 183 The Panhandle Suite 1935 12" x 15.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Three copies of score; parts, with multiple copies of string parts; program notes by the composer accompany one score. See also: Boxes 126, 127, 165.

id13477 184 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704583.

id13478 184 America's Gifted Youth 1959 June 17" x 22" Scope and Contents

Onionskin copy of full score.

id13479 184 Boogie in Brass 17" x 16.5" Scope and Contents

Band. Full score only.

id13480 184 Encore Concerto 1956 17" x 22" Scope and Contents

Orchestra with piano solo. Full score with onionskin copy.

id13481 185 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704584.

id13482 185 Hymn Song for Sunday 1963 17" x 22" Other Information

Bourne Co., New York, NY

Scope and Contents

Band. Complete set with full score and parts; many parts with multiple copies. See also: Box 185.

id13483 185 It's a Beautiful Place to Be 15.5" x 15.5" Scope and Contents

AATT choir and ensemble. Score.

id13484 185 Juggler's Dance from "Twinkle Toes" 17" x 22" Other Information

Later published as Cracker Barrel March

Scope and Contents

Band. Full score on onionskin paper.

id13485 185 Night Song 1955 September 17" x 17" Scope and Contents

Band. Full score only.

id13486 185 Paul Bunyon: An Overture to a Legend 1966 July 4 16" x 20" Scope and Contents

Band. Full score on onionskin paper.

id13487 185 Recipe in Rhythm 11" x 17 Other Information

Originally last movement of Symphony No. 2 for Band.

Scope and Contents

Band. One copy of score; onionskin and paper copies of all parts. See also: Box 45.

id13488 185 Rhapsody for Harp and Orchestra 1946 12" x 15.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestra with harp. Full score, with onionskin copy; onionskin parts. See also: Box 167.

id13489 185 Rhapsody for Harp and Orchestra 1953 14" x 20" Scope and Contents

Two copies of full score.

id13490 185 Rhapsody for Trumpet 1970 July 20 15.5" x 17" Scope and Contents

Band with trumpet solo. Full score only.

id13491 186 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704586.

id13492 186 Rhapsody for Trumpet and Orchestra 1970 March 13" x 20" Scope and Contents

Condensed score, parts (several duplicates); onionskin copies of score and many parts. See also: Boxes 46, 47, 48, 49, 167.

id13493 186 Rhapsody for Trumpet and Orchestra 1970 14" x 21" Scope and Contents

Two copies of full score.

id13494 186 Seven Golden Texts 1965 13" x 19" Other Information

Orchestrations intended to be combined for larger performances.

Scope and Contents

Band and orchestra with SATB choir. Four copies of band score, three of orchestral score, all bound, and looseleaf onionskin copies. See also: Box 187.

id13495 187 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704585.

id13496 187 Seven Golden Texts 1965 Orchestrations intended to be combined for larger performances. Other Information

Orchestrations intended to be combined for larger performances.

Scope and Contents

Band and orchestra with SATB choir. Four copies of band score, three of orchestral score, all bound, and looseleaf onionskin copies. See also: Box 186.

id13497 187 A Sinfonia for Brass 11.75" x 14.5" Other Information

11.75" x 14.5"

Scope and Contents

Brass choir. Full score, parts, onionskin copies of all. See also: Box 133.

id13498 187 Sketches and Compositional Exercises Scope and Contents

Compositional exercises (including canons and fanfares); sketches for unidentified works as well as Good Samaritan, The Other Thief, Instant Replay, And It Came to Pass, and As It Was in the Beginning. See also: Boxes 57, 58, 133.

id13499 187 So They May Also Learn 1968 October 14.5" x 18" Other Information

Dedicated to Lloyd Oakland.

Scope and Contents

Band and score. Onionskin copy of score, loose pages, and spiral-bound copy. One copy of "working" score." Multiple copies of parts. Onionskin vocal score; 35 copies of vocal score, spiral-bound. See also: Boxes 59, 60, 61, 62.

id13500 187 Soliloquy 1955 August 31 17" x 17" Scope and Contents

Band. Full score only.

id13501 188 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704587.

id13502 188 Star Valley Junction 1962 10.5" x 13" Scope and Contents

Opera. Score and parts; three bound copies, two onionskin copies of piano/vocal score, and additional unbound copy of Act I. Copies of choral parts and individual character parts. Onionskins and copies of some instrumental parts. Full score of some sections. See also: Boxes 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69.

id13503 188 Star Valley Junction 1962 12.5" x 20" Scope and Contents

Opera. Two copies of full score, divided by act, scene, or part. See also: Boxes 189, 190

id13504 189 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704588.

id13505 189 Star Valley Junction 1962 Scope and Contents

Opera. Two copies of full score, divided by act, scene, or part. See also: Boxes 188, 190

id13506 190 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704589.

id13507 190 Star Valley Junction 1962 12.5" x 20" Scope and Contents

Opera. Two copies of full score, divided by act, scene, or part. See also: Boxes 188, 189.

id13508 190 Symphony No. 1 (An American Symphony) 13.5" x 17.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Two full copies of score (one in two volumes), additional onionskin copy. See also: Box 191.

id13509 191 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704590.

id13510 191 Symphony No. 1 (An American Symphony) 13.5" x 17.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Two full copies of score (one in two volumes), additional onionskin copy. See also: Box 190.

id13511 191 Symphony No. 1 for Band 1952 17" x 17" Scope and Contents

Full score, each movement bound sepearately; onionskin copy.

id13512 191 Symphony No. 2 (A Symphony of Faith) 1941 June 11.5" x 17" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Two copies and onionskin photocopy of score; two copies of all parts, condensed score for first movement. See also: Boxes 138, 139, 168.

id13513 191 Symphony No. 8 (A Dance Symphony) 1949 13.5" x 16.5" Scope and Contents

Orchestral work. Sketches, and six copies of full score; multiple copies of all parts. Originals of score and parts also present. See also: Boxes 76, 77, 150, 151, 152, 169, 170.

id13514 192 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704591.

id13515 192 Symphony X 1972 13.5" x 17" Other Information

Movements: I. All-American City; II. Requiem for a Hero; III. Conventioneer; IV. Cotton Bowl

Scope and Contents

Band. Onionskin copy of full score.

id13516 192 This Solemn Hour Other Information

From Band Concert.

Scope and Contents

Band. Onionskin copy of full score. See also: Box 153.

id13517 192 Three Liturgical Dances 1976 June 17 12.5" x 18" Other Information

Written by  John Jeffery Davis, dedicated to Don Gillis.

Scope and Contents

Band with piano. One copy of full score.

id13518 192 Three Time Blues id13519 192 Throw Away Generation 1977 September 14" x 22" id13520 192 Unistrut 17" x 22" Scope and Contents

Band. Onionskin copy of full score.

id13521 192 Waltz in Waltz Time 1958 May 17" x 22" Scope and Contents

Band. Onionskin copy of full score. See also: Boxes 160, 161.

id13522 192 World Premiere 1965 14" x 20" Other Information

"A brief episode for the stage." Piano/vocal score at University of South Carolina.

Scope and Contents

Orchestral score in two volumes.

id13523 193 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704592.

id13524 193 The Nazarene 1965 May 14.5" x 20.5" Scope and Contents

Full score in binder, looseleaf onion skin copy. "Music drama." See also: Box 82.

id13525 194 Scope and Contents

Barcode 704593.

id13526 194 Behold the Man 1971 November - 1972 July 13.5" x 20" Other Information

Opera / oratorio.

Scope and Contents

Sketches in six spiral notebooks and on looseleaf pages. Three copies of piano/vocal score, and one copy of full score, pages not in order. See also: Boxes 101,  102, 175, 176.

id13527 195 Scope and Contents

Barcode 714338.

id13528 195 The Big Race 12" x 13.75" Scope and Contents

Chamber orchestra with narrator. Two copies of full score; narrator part missing.

id116930 November, 2014 accrual id116929 1 Symphony No. 5 1/2 1947 Acquisition Information

Purchased from Ryan Rowe, Austin, TX.

Scope and Contents

Manuscript copy, spiral bound. Signed by Gillis and Toscanini. Note on title page from J. Dolan says this item is the copy Toscanini conducted from for the radio performance. Annotations on score. Also included: Laminated copy of unidentified music manuscript page in red ink,  Violin B part for Symphony 5 1/2, marked for National Music Camp at Interlochen, MI, dated 1948.

id11892 Papers id12780 Correspondence id12777 1 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711613, box barcode 697675.

id12892 1 1 A Scope and Contents

22 letters

id12893 1 2 Address lists Scope and Contents

2 lists.

id12894 1 3 Alabama All-State Music Festival Scope and Contents

9 letters.

id12895 1 4 American Bandmasters Association Scope and Contents

24 letters.

id12896 1 5 American Bandmasters Association Scope and Contents

1972 Meeting, March 1-4, Arlington TX. 9 letters.

id12897 1 6 American Bandmasters Association Scope and Contents

1967 Convention, March 1-4, Coral Gables, FL. 3 letters.

id12898 1 7 Allen, Weldon J. Scope and Contents

54 letters.

id12900 1 8 Arizona State University Scope and Contents

9 letters.

id12901 1 9 Arkansas Project / W. Priakos Scope and Contents

15 letters.

id12902 1 10 American School Band Directors Association (ASBDA) Scope and Contents

22 letters.

id12903 1 11 American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) Scope and Contents

Correspondence, 30 letters.

id12904 1 12 American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) Scope and Contents

Re: survey. 65 letters.

id12905 1 13 B Scope and Contents

41 letters.

id12906 1 14 Baylor / Jack Kilgore Scope and Contents

8 letters.

id12907 1 15 Brief, Frank / New Haven Symphony Scope and Contents

24 letters.

id12908 1 16 Broadcast Pioneers Scope and Contents

6 letters.

id12909 1 17 Brodt Music Corp. Scope and Contents

11 letters.

id12911 1 18 C Scope and Contents

30 letters.

id12964 1 19 Children from Texas Scope and Contents

13 letters.

id12965 1 20 Colin, Inc. Scope and Contents

4 letters, 1 contract.

id12966 1 21 University of Colorado at Boulder Scope and Contents

20 letters.

id12967 1 22 Columbia Records Scope and Contents

12 letters.

id12968 1 23 Conn Organ Co. Scope and Contents

11 letters, 1 essay.

id12969 1 24 Contracts: Music Performance Trust Funds Scope and Contents

1 letter, 2 copies of contract.

id12970 1 25 Contracts: DuMont Studios Scope and Contents

1 letter.

id12971 1 26 Contracts: Dallas Baptist College Scope and Contents

2 letters, 5 contracts.

id12972 1 27 Contracts: National Broadcasting Company (NBC) Scope and Contents

1 letter, 4 contracts.

id12973 1 28 Contracts: Rexford Record Corporation Scope and Contents

3 letters, 2 contracts.

id12974 1 29 Contracts: Pemberton Press Scope and Contents

4 letters, 1 contract.

id12975 1 30 Contracts: Gib and Inez Sandefer Scope and Contents

12 letters.

id12976 1 31 Contracts: RCA Scope and Contents

4 contracts.

id12778 2 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711613, box barcode 697676.

id12977 2 1 Contracts: William Yarborough Scope and Contents

12 letters.

id12978 2 2 Contracts: Harry D. Squires Scope and Contents

5 letters.

id12979 2 3 Cooper, Allan Scope and Contents

71 letters.

id12980 2 4 D Scope and Contents

34 letters.

id12981 2 5 Dallas Baptist College Scope and Contents

71 letters, news clippings about Let Us Pray.

id12982 2 6 Dallas Baptist College: students' letters Scope and Contents

17 letters.

id12983 2 7 Dallas Police Workshop Scope and Contents

Notebook with project proposal.

id12984 2 8 Duquesne University Scope and Contents

16 letters.

id12985 2 9 E Scope and Contents

14 letters.

id12986 2 10 Eastern Airlines / Robert McEmber Scope and Contents

13 letters.

id12987 2 11 Emporia Band Day, Emporia, KS Scope and Contents

18 letters.

id12992 2 12 F Scope and Contents

27 letters.

id12988 2 13 Fierro, Arthur Scope and Contents

15 letters.

id12989 2 14 Fort Meyers Symphony Orchestra Scope and Contents

14 letters.

id12990 2 15 Frantz, Joe Scope and Contents

13 letters.

id12991 2 16 G Scope and Contents

68 letters.

id12993 2 17 Gilberden Corp. Scope and Contents

4 letters, 1 contract, 4 proposals.

id12994 2 18 Gillis Family Scope and Contents

11 letters, 8 newspaper clippings, 3 obituaries.

id12779 3 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711614, box barcode 697677.

id12995 3 1 Gillis, Everett Scope and Contents

24 letters, 2 newspaper clippings, poetry by Everett Gillis.

id12996 3 2 Gillis, Lew Scope and Contents

10 letters, 4 newspaper clippings.

id12997 3 3 Mail for Music of Don Gillis Scope and Contents

43 letters.

id12998 3 4 This Is America's Music Scope and Contents

3 letters, radio script.

id12999 3 5 Gillis, Carol Scope and Contents

27 letters.

id13000 3 6 Gillis, Carroll Scope and Contents

10 letters.

id13001 3 7 Gillis, Don Jr. Scope and Contents

30 letters, 1 magazine article (2 photocopies).

id13002 3 8 Gresham Scope and Contents

67 letters.

id13003 3 9 Grofé, Ferde Scope and Contents

10 letters from Grofé's wife, 1 radio script, 11 newspaper clippings.

id13004 3 10 H Scope and Contents

27 letters.

id13005 3 11 Hansen Publications / Reynolds, George Scope and Contents

16 letters.

id13006 3 12 Hastings Harrison Scope and Contents

15 letters, 2 newspaper clippings (photocopies).

id13007 3 13 Harris, Lou Scope and Contents

19 letters.

id13008 3 14 Highway Distress System Scope and Contents

Plan for development of a Highway Safety Distress-Signal System (addressed to "Hap")

id13009 3 15 Holvik, Karl M. Scope and Contents

127 letters.

id13010 3 16 Houghton Mifflin Scope and Contents

8 letters.

id13011 3 17 H.E.W. Washington, D.C. Scope and Contents

14 letters.

id13012 3 18 University of Houston Scope and Contents

5 letters.

id13013 3 19 Idaho State University Band Clinic Scope and Contents

61 letters, 1 program.

id13014 3 20 University of Illinois / Kenneth Cutler Scope and Contents

9 letters.

id13015 3 21 Indiana University Scope and Contents

11 letters.

id12790 4 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711614, box barcode 697678.

id13016 4 1 Interlochen Arts Academy Scope and Contents

125 letters.

id13017 4 2 International Industrial TV Association Scope and Contents

1 letter, 1 conference schedule and information.

id13018 4 3 J Scope and Contents

15 letters.

id13019 4 4 Jenkins Music Co., Kansas City, MO. Scope and Contents

10 letters, clinic schedule.

id13020 4 5 Bob Jones University Scope and Contents

4 letters.

id13022 4 6 Jones, Thomas F. Scope and Contents

8 letters; University of South Carolina's campus newspaper, The Gamecock, issues dated 1974 July 11 and 1974 December 5.

id13021 4 7 Justice, Ernie Robert Scope and Contents

31 letters.

id13023 4 8 K Scope and Contents

24 letters.

id13024 4 9 Kenosha, WI Scope and Contents

21 letters.

id13025 4 10 Klump, George Scope and Contents

13 letters.

id13026 4 11 Knauss, Zane Scope and Contents

17 letters.

id13027 4 12 Kuchler, Kenneth Scope and Contents

114 letters.

id13028 4 13 L Scope and Contents

38 letters.

id13029 4 14 Larson, Bill Scope and Contents

10 letters.

id13030 4 15 Leblanc, Inc. Scope and Contents

8 letters.

id13031 4 16 Lliso, Joe Scope and Contents

19 letters.

id13032 4 17 Lowe, Jimmy id13033 4 18 Louden, George Scope and Contents

18 drawings.

id13034 4 19 Ludwig Music Co. Scope and Contents

8 letters.

id12791 5 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711615, box barcode 697679.

id13035 5 1 M Scope and Contents

58 letters.

id13036 5 2 Mc Scope and Contents

21 letters.

id13037 5 3 Maher, Keith / Australia Scope and Contents

9 letters.

id13038 5 4 Massachusetts, Federation of Music Clubs Scope and Contents

13 letters.

id13039 5 5 Music Educators National Conference (MENC), Kansas City Scope and Contents

17 letters.

id13040 5 6 Michigan Composers League Scope and Contents

11 letters.

id13041 5 7 Michigan State Band Day / Leonard Falcone Scope and Contents

18 letters, 1 program.

id13042 5 8 Missouri State College, Kirksville, MO Scope and Contents

15 letters.

id13043 5 9 Montana Music Educators Association Scope and Contents

35 letters.

id13044 5 10 Morphus, Oscar Scope and Contents

5 letters, other information.

id13045 5 11 N Scope and Contents

15 letters.

id13046 5 12 National Association of Schools of Music (NASM), New Orleans Scope and Contents

2 letters.

id13047 5 13 National Cyclopedia of American Biography Scope and Contents

6 letters.

id13048 5 14 National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities Scope and Contents

11 letters.

id13049 5 15 National Opera Association / Connie Eberhart, Howard Groth Scope and Contents

11 letters.

id13050 5 16 Nebraska - Great Plains National ITV Library Scope and Contents

2 letters, project description.

id13051 5 17 Net / Curtis W. Davis Scope and Contents

3 letters.

id13054 5 18 Netherlands Information Service Scope and Contents

6 letters.

id13052 5 19 New Delhi, India Scope and Contents

3 letters.

id13053 5 20 North Texas State University [University of North Texas / UNT] Scope and Contents

59 letters.

id13055 5 21 O Scope and Contents

4 letters.

id13056 5 22 Okun, Seymour / Fraser Public Schools Scope and Contents

11 letters.

id13057 5 23 Olmstead, Nelson Scope and Contents

88 letters, publicity material.

id13058 5 24 Opera -- American Scope and Contents

13 letters, lists of American operas.

id13059 5 25 P-Q Scope and Contents

38 letters.

id13060 5 26 Pacific University School of Music Scope and Contents

11 letters.

id12792 6 Scope and Contents

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id13061 6 1 Patton, Fred / Fred Patton Productions Scope and Contents

9 letters.

id13062 6 2 Pemberton Press Scope and Contents

31 letters, publishing brochure.

id13063 6 3 Pfohl, James Scope and Contents

50 letters, publicity material, manuscript sketches.

id13064 6 4 Pickett, William Scope and Contents

16 letters, publicity material.

id13065 6 5 Pittsburgh, PA / Warren Mercer Scope and Contents

17 letters, concert program, newspaper clipping.

id13066 6 6 Plemons, Jerry Scope and Contents

9 letters.

id13067 6 7 Theodore Presser Company Scope and Contents

16 letters.

id13068 6 8 Purdue University Scope and Contents

14 letters, concert program, newspaper clipping.

id13069 6 9 R Scope and Contents

51 letters.

id13073 6 10 RCA Victor Scope and Contents

8 letters.

id13070 6 11 Radio: NBC Scope and Contents

80 letters.

id13071 6 12 Radio: NER Scope and Contents

44 letters.

id13072 6 13 Rapid Speech Scope and Contents

4 letters.

id13074 6 14 Reynolds, George Scope and Contents

22 letters.

id13075 6 15 Rockefeller Proposal Scope and Contents

9 letters, project proposal materials.

id13076 6 16 Roller, A. Clyde Scope and Contents

24 letters, newspaper clippings.

id13077 6 17 Radio: CBS Scope and Contents

4 letters.

id12793 7 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711616, box barcode 697681.

id13078 7 1 Radio: IBS Scope and Contents

11 letters, convention program.

id13079 7 2 S Scope and Contents

54 letters.

id13080 7 3 The School Musician Scope and Contents

19 letters.

id13081 7 4 Seattle Symphony Scope and Contents

8 letters.

id13082 7 5 Selmer, Inc. Scope and Contents

5 letters.

id13083 7 6 Skornicka, Joseph Scope and Contents

8 letters, 3 photos.

id13084 7 7 South Carolina Arts Commission Scope and Contents

9 letters, business papers, newspaper clipping (photocopy).

id13085 7 8 South Carolina Baptist Convention Scope and Contents

5 letters, convention schedule.

id13086 7 9 SC - ERN / Bill Hay Scope and Contents

4 letters; Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend schedules, newspaper clippings.

id13087 7 10 University of South Carolina student correspondence Scope and Contents

12 letters, newspaper clippings, poetry.

id13088 7 11 University of South Carolina Scope and Contents

83 letters, business papers.

id13089 7 12 South Carolina ETV Scope and Contents

12 letters, business papers.

id13090 7 13 Smith, Douglas / Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Scope and Contents

18 letters.

id13091 7 14 Smith, Larry Scope and Contents

27 letters.

id13092 7 15 Smith, Larry Scope and Contents

43 letters, bound.

id12794 8 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711616, box barcode 697682.

id13094 8 1 5th Symphony - Premiere 1945 Scope and Contents

63 letters, radio scripts.

id13095 8 2 Symphony of the Air Scope and Contents

57 letters,business papers, concert programs, newspaper clippings.

id13096 8 3 University of South Carolina Institute of Media Arts Scope and Contents

Materials regarding the formation of the Institute of Media Arts. 4 letters, business papers, program proposal materials.

id13097 8 4 Southern Methodist University Scope and Contents

46 letters, concert programs, newspaper clippings, business papers.

id13098 8 5 Starr, Lyman Scope and Contents

5 letters, newspaper clippings.

id13099 8 6 Stone, W. Clement Scope and Contents

3 letters.

id13100 8 7 Stebbins, Catherine Scope and Contents

23 letters, business papers, newspaper clippings.

id12795 9 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711617, box barcode 697683.

id13101 9 1 T Scope and Contents

18 letters.

id13102 9 2 Contract: Talent Associates, Paramount Ltd. Scope and Contents

8 letters, newspaper clipping.

id13103 9 3 Tennessee Education Association Scope and Contents

12 letters.

id13104 9 4 Texas A&I University Scope and Contents

Now Texas A&M University at Kingsville. 41 letters, concert programs.

id13105 9 5 Texas Composers Forum Scope and Contents

12 letters, concert programs, newspaper clippings for event held in 1967 May 1-2 in Austin, TX.

id13106 9 6 Texas Library Conference Scope and Contents

12 letters, business papers for event in Dallas, TX.

id13107 9 7 Texas Commission on the Arts and Humanities Scope and Contents

5 letters.

id13108 9 8 Texas State Archives Scope and Contents

119 letters, business papers.

id13109 9 9 Texas Christian University Concert Scope and Contents

50 letters, business papers, newspaper clipping.

id13110 9 10 University of Texas at Austin Scope and Contents

17 letters.

id13111 9 11 Tribune Music, Trigon Music / Elwyn Raymer, V.P. Scope and Contents

3 letters.

id13112 9 12 Tygett, Lloyd Scope and Contents

11 letters, newspaper clippings.

id13113 9 13 Tulsa, OK Scope and Contents

7 letters.

id13114 9 14 U-V Scope and Contents

11 letters.

id12796 10 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711617, box barcode 697684.

id13115 10 1 U.S. Air Force Band Scope and Contents

40 letters.

id13116 10 2 U.S. Army Band Scope and Contents

36 letters.

id13117 10 3 U.S. Marine Band Scope and Contents

1 letter.

id13118 10 4 U.S. Army Field Band Scope and Contents

10 letters.

id13119 10 5 U.S. Navy Band Scope and Contents

10 letters, business papers, newspaper clipping.

id13120 10 6 University of the Air Scope and Contents

4 letters, business papers.

id13121 10 7 W Scope and Contents

34 letters.

id13122 10 8 Wall, Irving Scope and Contents

10 letters.

id13123 10 9 Washington, Roberta Scope and Contents

22 letters, school papers.

id13124 10 10 Writers Guild of America, East Scope and Contents

3 letters.

id13125 10 11 X-Y-Z Scope and Contents

26 letters.

id13126 10 12 York Symphony Orchestra, York, PA Scope and Contents

41 letters.

id12781 Royalties, work projects id12797 11 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711618, box barcode 697685.

id13127 11 1 Royalties / ASCAP 1964 id13128 11 2 Royalties / Mills Music 1964 id13129 11 3 Royalties / Boosey & Hawkes 1970 id13130 11 4 Royalties / Boosey-Hawkes 1961-1969 id13131 11 5 Royalties / Boosey & Hawkes 1946-1960 id13132 11 6 Royalties / Bourne Co. id13133 11 7 Royalties / Chappell & Co. 1950-1956 id13134 11 8 Royalties / Decca Record Co. 1955 id13135 11 9 Royalties / FEMA Music Pub. id13136 11 10 Royalties / Frank Music Co. id13137 11 11 Royalties / London Records id13138 11 12 Royalties / The London Gramophone Corp. 1951 id13139 11 13 Royalties / Theodore Presser Co. 1956
id12798 12 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711618, box barcode 697686.

id13140 12 1 Royalties / Volkwein id13141 12 2 Southern Music 1964 id13142 12 3 Royalties / Neil A. Kjos Music Co. 1962 id13143 12 4 Remington Records 1955 id13144 12 5 Music of Don Gillis id13145 12 6 Great Plains National Instructional Television Library Scope and Contents

Lincoln, NE.

id13146 12 7 Band Music Notes: Composer Information and Program Notes for Over 400 Band Favorites id13147 12 8 From Bach to Rock id13148 12 9 Auction Phone
id12782 Schedules, reviews, miscellaneous id12800 13 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711619, box barcode 697687.

id13149 13 1 Vest Pocket Varieties scripts id13150 13 2 Vest Pocket Varieties: October scripts Scope and Contents

"As broadcast."

id13151 13 3 Vest Pocket Varieties: Revised scripts id13152 13 4 Vest Pocket Varieties: November scripts Scope and Contents

"As broadcast."

id13153 13 5 Vest Pocket Varieties: December scripts Scope and Contents

"As broadcast."

id12801 14 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711619, box barcode 697688.

id13154 14 1 Vest Pocket Varieties id13155 14 2 Symphony id13156 14 3 Born to Race Scope and Contents

"Final Script," bound.

id13157 14 4 This Is America's Music id13158 14 5 Old NBC Scripts id13159 14 6 U.S.S. Summer Concerts 1950 September 3 Scope and Contents

Folder 1 of 2.

id13160 14 7 U.S.S. Summer Concerts 1950 September 3 Scope and Contents

Folder 2 of 2.

id12786 Radio scripts id12802 15 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711620, box barcode 697689.

id13161 15 1 Adventures in a Split Level Mind id13162 15 2 A Ballet id13163 15 3 Bitsy McCurdie and the Day of Rejoicing id13164 15 4 Brighten the Corner Where You Are id13165 15 5 The Church and Human Resources id13166 15 6 The Connivers id13167 15 7 Corner Drug: Libretto id13168 15 8 Dial M for Media id13169 15 9 The Day of the Big Bomb id13170 15 10 The Ecstacy of Artistry id13171 15 11 The Equitable Life id13172 15 12 Game id13174 15 13 Girl Singer: Libretto id13173 15 14 Script: "Give Me Your Word" (Gillis) id13175 15 15 A Guy Named B.J. Harris id13176 15 16 Herman, The Frog
id12803 16 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711620, box barcode 697703.

id13177 16 1 I Get Myself a Manager id13178 16 2 Johnson Operation id13179 16 3 Justice Prevails Again Scope and Contents

"USC"

id13180 16 4 King of Texas id13181 16 5 Long Distance id13182 16 6 Looking Through the Glass id13183 16 7 Magi and the Star of Bethlehem id13184 16 8 Miscellaneous id13185 16 9 Murgatroids of Malignent Manor id13186 16 10 My Friend, Me! id13187 16 11 Nancy Lou and Six Times Six id13188 16 12 One Night of Love id13189 16 13 Pandora's Box id13190 16 14 Mr. Phineas Fudd and the Golden Rule id13191 16 15 People Power Through Performance id13192 16 16 Poetry, etc. id13193 16 17 Interview for Broadcast Pioneers id13194 16 18 Please Be Still id13195 16 19 Radio scripts, programs, and suggestions id13197 16 20 Ranch House Party id13199 16 21 Sewage Script id13200 16 22 Sky's the Limit id13201 16 23 Somebody Stole the Time id13202 16 24 The Snake id13203 16 25 The Stolen Car id13204 16 26 Strange Case of Bolivar Bletch id13205 16 27 The Studio Group id13206 16 28 A Subway Named O'Dwyer id13207 16 29 Take a Note, Please id13208 16 30 The Tale of One City id13209 16 31 The Tapeworm That Ate Up All the Music: A Parable id13210 16 32 That's My Boy! id13211 16 33 This Morning id13212 16 34 Turntable Bit / NAEB id13213 16 35 Vietnam War End
id12783 Men of Music: Radio project id12805 17 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711621, box barcode 697702.

id13214 17 1 Music Series / Composers / Terms id13215 17 2 J.S. Bach id13216 17 3 Beethoven id13217 17 4 Chopin id13218 17 5 Copland id13219 17 6 Debussy id13220 17 7 Elgar id13221 17 8 George Gershwin id13222 17 9 Grieg id13223 17 10 Handel id13224 17 11 Haydn id13225 17 12 Charles Ives id13226 17 13 Kodály id13227 17 14 Mendelssohn id13239 17 15 Mozart id13228 17 16 Serge Prokofiev id13229 17 17 Puccini id13230 17 18 Rimski [sic] -Korsakov id13231 17 19 Rossini id13232 17 20 Schubert, Franz Scope and Contents

Empty folder.

id13233 17 21 Shostakovich id13234 17 22 Sibelius, Jan [sic] id13235 17 23 Richard Strauss id13236 17 24 Deems Taylor id13237 17 25 Tschaikowsky [sic] id13238 17 26 Verdi
id12784 Music history, teaching id12806 18 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711621, box barcode 697701.

id13240 18 1 Music History id13241 18 2 Music History id13242 18 3 Film Schedule - Music History id13243 18 4 Conducting Lecture / Music History Class id13244 18 5 Music History Notes id13245 18 6 Music History Exams id13246 18 7 List of Operas id13247 18 8 List of Conductors, Sopranos, Altos, Tenors, Basses, etc. id13252 18 9 List of Concert Halls and Opera Houses id13248 18 10 Student Writing: DBC id13249 18 11 History of Everything by Jeff Davis id13250 18 12 Unit: History of the Opera id13251 18 13 Student Writing: South Carolina id13253 18 14 Music History Reference Scope and Contents

Notebook, bound.

id12785 Writings id12807 19 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711622, box barcode 697700.

id13254 19 1 Teaching as a Performing Art / Television series - proposal id13255 19 2 Teaching as a Performing Art / Proposal id13256 19 3 Teaching as a Performing Art / School Musician article id13257 19 4 Teaching as a Performing Art / Book chapters Scope and Contents

Originals, for Gillis' office file.

id13258 19 5 Teaching as a Performing Art / Correspondence id13259 19 6 Teaching as a Performing Art / Audio Series Guidebook id13260 19 7 Teaching as a Performing Art / Timings and lists
id12808 20 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711622, box barcode 697699.

id13276 20 1 Original draft of Teaching as a Performing Art, by Don Gillis id13277 20 2 Teaching as a Performing Art Scope and Contents

One typed copy and extra chapters.

id13278 20 3 Teaching as a Performing Art Scope and Contents

Holograph copies of scripts.

id12809 21 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711623, box barcode 697698.

id13279 21 1 Teaching as a Performing Art Scope and Contents

Holograph copies of book chapters.

id13280 21 2 Writing for Media Scope and Contents

Manuscript.

id13281 21 3 Recipe for Writing 1960s Scope and Contents

Unfinished manuscript.

id13282 21 4 From Twig to Triumph Scope and Contents

Manuscript. Published under the titleThe Unfinished Symphony Conductor.

id12810 22 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711623, box barcode 697697.

id13283 22 1 The Unfinished Symphony Conductor Scope and Contents

Printed copy.

id13284 22 2 The Unfinished Symphony Conductor Scope and Contents

Manuscript, title changed froim From Twig to Triumph in 1966.

id13285 22 3 From Twig to Triumph Scope and Contents

Manuscript, published asThe Unfinished Symphony Conductor.

id13286 22 4 From Twig to Triumph Scope and Contents

Manuscript, published asThe Unfinished Symphony Conductor​.

id12811 23 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711624, box barcode 697696.

id13287 23 1 Art of Media Instruction Scope and Contents

First typed copies.

id13288 23 2 Art of Media Instruction, cont'd. Scope and Contents

First typed copies.

id13289 23 3 Art of Media Instruction Scope and Contents

Holograph copies of manuscript.

id12812 24 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711624, box barcode 697695.

id13290 24 1 Creativity in the Media Arts, pkg. 1 Scope and Contents

Book in process of publication before Gillis' death. It was withdrawn and returned to his wife.

id13291 24 2 Creativity in the Media Arts, pkg. 2
id12787 Music of Don Gillis id12813 25 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711625, box barcode 697694.

id13293 25 1 Contracts and business correspondence. id13294 25 2 National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB): 1964 Series, Programs 1-13 id13295 25 3 National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB): 1964 Series, Programs 14-26 id13296 25 4 National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB): 1965-1966 Series, Programs 1-13 id13297 25 5 National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB): 1965-66 Series, Programs 14-26 id13298 25 6 National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB): 1968-1969, Series II id13299 25 7 "Series II Music of Don Gillis"
id12814 26 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711625, box barcode 697693.

id13300 26 1 Tape G1-G49, supplement Scope and Contents

Bound typescript of Don Gillis tape transcriptions (See Series 3).

id13301 26 2 Handwritten list of music on tapes sent to North Texas State University. id13302 26 3 Curriculum Vitae Scope and Contents

From various points in Gillis' career.

id13303 26 4 "Notes on My Music" 1966-1967, 1973-1977 id13304 26 5 The Music of Don Gillis ca. 1959-1962 Scope and Contents

Book listing compositions by Don Gillis

id13305 26 6 The Band Music of Don Gillis 1991 Scope and Contents

Dissertation by William Fry (University of North Carolina at Greensboro). Also available in Music Library Reference section, ML134.G537 F7 1991a, and through ProQuest Dissertations and Theses (UNT Electronic Resources).

id12788 Biographical materials id12815 27 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711626, box barcode 697692.

id13306 27 1 Biographical Material: Don Gillis id13307 27 2 Biographical material id13308 27 3 And Then I Wrote 1950s Scope and Contents

Manuscript to unpublished autobiography.

id13309 27 4 And Then I Wrote Scope and Contents

Manuscript, chapters 1-6.

id13310 27 5 And Then I Wrote Scope and Contents

Manuscript, chapters 7-14.

id13311 27 6 And Then I Wrote Scope and Contents

Manuscript, chapters 15-23.

id13312 27 7 And Then I Wrote Scope and Contents

Manuscript, chapters 24-30.

id12789 Clippings and programs, magazines Scope and Contents

Clippings and programs related to specific compositions or organizations; magazines related to Gillis or Toscanini.

id12816 28 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711626, box barcode 697691.

id13313 28 1 Abe Lincoln: Gettysburg, 1863. id13314 28 2 Adoration at Eventide id13315 28 3 Alice in Orchestralia id13316 28 4 Amarillo id13317 28 5 The Answer id13318 28 6 And It Came to Pass id13319 28 7 As It Was in the Beginning id13320 28 8 Atlanta Suite id13321 28 9 The Barley Loaves id13322 28 10 Bing, Bang, Bong id13323 28 11 Capital I - York id13324 28 12 Centennial Hymn id13325 28 13 Ceremony of Allegiance id13326 28 14 Coming of the King; Cyclometrics Overture Scope and Contents

Cyclometrics Overture: original titled Razzle Dazzle, from Symphony No. 2 for Band.

id13327 28 15 Cracker Barrel March id13328 28 16 Dialogue for Trombone and Band id13329 28 17 Downbeat id13330 28 18 Etude in Stereophonics id13331 28 19 Five Acre Pond id13332 28 20 Four Scenes from Yesterday id13333 28 21 Gift of the Magi id13334 28 22 Hymn Song for Sunday id13335 28 23 Instant Music id13336 28 24 Instant Replay id13337 28 25 Intermission - Ten Minutes id13338 28 26 January February March id13339 28 27 Joyful and Triumphant id13340 28 28 Land of Wheat id13341 28 29 Lest We Forget id13342 28 30 Let Us Pray id13343 28 31 The Libretto
id12817 29 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711627, box barcode 697690.

id13344 29 1 The Man Who Invented Music id13345 29 2 The Men of Music id13346 29 3 Old Cotton Patch; One Giant Step; Paul Bunyon; Piano Concerto No. 2; Portrait of a Frontier Town; Prayer for a Whole Congregation id13347 29 4 Park Avenue Kids; Pep Rally id13348 29 5 The Raven id13349 29 6 Quintet No. 1; Retrospection; Rushin' Trumpeters; Saga of a Pioneer; Seasons Greetings; Secret History of the Birth of a Nation id13350 29 7 Seven Golden Texts id13351 29 8 Shindig id13352 29 9 Short Overture; Toscanini: Portrait of a Century; To an Unknown Soldier id13353 29 10 So They May Also Learn; Strictly for Strads; Symphony No. 1 for Band; This Is Our America; Three Sketches for Strings id13354 29 11 Symphony No. 1; Symphony No. 2; Symphony No. 3; Symphony No. 5; Symphony No. 8; Symphony "X" id13355 29 12 Symphony No. 5 1/2 id13356 29 13 Thomas Wolfe, American; Tulsa: Symphonic Portrait in Oil id13357 29 14 Tango Lullaby; Tomorrow Is Today; Touchtone Concerto (Telephone); Unistrut March; Woodwind Quintet No III (Take Five Blues); Variations on a Kitchen Sink
id12818 30 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711627, box barcode 697704.

id13358 30 1 North Texas State University [UNT] id13359 30 2 University of South Carolina 1973-1978 Scope and Contents

Articles from the Gamecock and Carolinian.

id13360 30 3 Texas Composers Festival 1967 id13361 30 4 University of South Carolina news releases id13362 30 5 University of South Carolina New Music Festival 1975 id13363 30 6 Teaching as a Performing Art: University of South Carolina 1973-1978 id13364 30 7 Baylor University id13365 30 8 Dallas Baptist College id13366 30 9 Texas Christian University id13367 30 10 Governors id13368 30 11 Texas State Library id13369 30 12 Texas Composers Festival 1967 id13370 30 13 Symphony No. 5, premiere 1945 id13371 30 14 "Philosophies - Stories about" id13372 30 15 Gillis publicity id13373 30 16 Awards
id12819 31 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711628, box barcode 697712.

id13374 31 1 Tempo 1977 December 25 id13375 31 2 Miscellaneous clippings id13376 31 3 Miscellaneous clippings, cont'd. id13377 31 4 Miscellaneous clippings, cont'd. 2
id12821 32 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711628, box barcode 697711.

id13378 32 1 Items about Gillis id13379 32 2 Items about Toscanini
id12820 Toscanini materials id12822 33 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711629, box barcode 697710.

id13380 33 1 NBC Toscanini Series I 1963 June 5 - 1963 August 28 Scope and Contents

Programs 1-13.

id13381 33 2 NBC Toscanini Series II late 1963 Scope and Contents

Programs 14-26.

id13382 33 3 NBC Toscanini Series III 1963 December 4 - 1964 February 19 Scope and Contents

Programs 27-39.

id13383 33 4 Man Behind the Legend: Public Radio Network Series 1978 id13384 33 5 NBC Toscanini Series IV 1964 March 4 - 1964 May 27 Scope and Contents

Programs 40-52.

id13385 33 6 NBC Toscanini Series V 1964 June 3 - 1964 September 30 Scope and Contents

Programs 53-68.

id13386 33 7 NBC Toscanini Series VI 1964 October 7 - 1964 December 30 Scope and Contents

Programs 69-82.

id13387 33 8 NBC Toscanini Series VII 1965 January 6 - 1965 March 31 Scope and Contents

Programs 82-94.

id13388 33 9 NBC Toscanini Series VIII 1965 April 7 - 1965 June 30 Scope and Contents

Programs 95-107.

id12823 34 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711629, box barcode 697709.

id13389 34 1 NBC Toscanini Series IX 1965 July 7 - 1965 September 29 Scope and Contents

Programs 108-120.

id13390 34 2 NBC Toscanini Series X 1965 October 6 - 1965 December 29 Scope and Contents

Programs 121-133.

id13391 34 3 NBC Toscanini Series XI 1966 January 5 - 1966 March 30 Scope and Contents

Programs 134-146.

id13392 34 4 NBC Toscanini Series XII 1966 April 6 - 1966 June 29 Scope and Contents

Programs 147-159.

id13393 34 5 NBC Toscanini Series XIII 1966 July 6 - 1966 September 28 Scope and Contents

Programs 160-172.

id13394 34 6 NBC Toscanini Series XIV 1966 October 5 - 1966 December 28 Scope and Contents

Programs 173-185.

id12824 35 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711630, box barcode 697708.

id13395 35 1 Letters from intermission speakers id13396 35 2 Toscanini book id13397 35 3 Metropolitan Years id13398 35 4 La Scala id13399 35 5 The Years in Between 1965 March 24. Scope and Contents

Broadcast date. See also: Box 33, Folder 8

id13400 35 6 The Debut Years 1964 July 1 Scope and Contents

Broadcast date. See also: Box 133, Folder 6. "Script 57."

id13401 35 7 Brazilian Episode id13402 35 8 Station list id13403 35 9 Toscanini and Singers 1965 December 8 Scope and Contents

Broadcast date. See also: Box 34, Folder 2.

id12825 36 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711630, box barcode 697707.

id13404 36 1 The Parma Years 1964 March 25 Scope and Contents

Broadcast date; program script. See also: Box 33, Folder 5.

id13405 36 2 Toscanini Today id13406 36 3 Centennial Series, Part I 1967 January 4 - 1967 March 29 Scope and Contents

Programs 1-13.

id13407 36 4 Centennial Series, Part II 1967 April - 1967 June Scope and Contents

Programs 14-26.

id13408 36 5 Centennial Series, Part III 1967 July 5 - 1967 September 27 Scope and Contents

Programs 27-39.

id13409 36 6 Centennial Series, Part IV 1967 October 4 - 1967 December 27 Scope and Contents

Programs 40-52.

id12826 37 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711631, box barcode 697706.

id13410 37 1 Program publicity id13411 37 2 Toscanini and the Band id13412 37 3 Guest lists id13413 37 4 Portrait of a Century id13414 37 5 Toscanini, Walter: Letters id13415 37 6 Toscanini, Walter: Letters id13416 37 7 Toscanini, Walfredo
id12827 38 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711631, box barcode 697705.

id13417 38 1 Script material id13418 38 2 Archive / negotiations id13419 38 3 Information about borrowing Toscanini tapes (3 mimeograph copies) id13420 38 4 Music Journal article about Toscanini id13421 38 5 Toscanini speech materials id13422 38 6 Fan mail for Man Behind the Legend series id13423 38 7 Monitor spots id13424 38 8 Chotzinoff, Samuel: "Our Need for Toscanini" Biographical / Historical note

Written for the America-Italy Society.

Scope and Contents

Also in the Julius J. Spector Collection, Stanford University Archive of Recorded Sound, Braun Music Center: Box 1, Folder 4.

id13425 38 9 Proposed Toscanini projects Scope and Contents

National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB), Record Series.

id13426 38 10 Toscanini: Historic Materials
id12828 39 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711632, box barcode 697713.

id13428 39 Marsh, Robert C.: Toscanini and the Art of Orchestral Performance 1956 Scope and Contents

Also available in the UNT Music Library: ML422.T67 M3 1956.

id13429 39 2 Toscanini: timings of selections id13430 39 3 Outline of series id13431 39 4 Toscanini: article for State News. id13432 39 5 "Toscanini - Man" id13433 39 Binder: Toscanini performances id13434 39 Binder: Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend, NBC announcements. id13435 39 Binder: Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend, NBC announcements.
id12829 40 Scope and Contents

Tray barcode 711632, box barcode 697714.

id13436 40 Winfrey, Dorman H.: Arturo Toscanini in Texas: The 1950 NBC Symphony Tour 1967 Scope and Contents

Autographed by author. Also available in the UNT Music Library: ML422.T67 W6.

id13437 40 Binder: Toscanini / Bibliografia 1886-1895 id13438 40 Toscanini 1896-1898 id13439 40 Toscanini 1899-1908
id12830 Oversized items, plaques and certificates, photo albums, and scrapbooks id12831 41 Oversized items id12832 42 Plaques and certificates id12833 43 Plaques and certificates id260863 44
id11893 Reels and Tape Transcripts id258266 1 Reels 1-28 704596 id12836 1 Gillis on Gillis Scope and Contents

This tape contains a brief commentary on Gillis music and philosophy with many musical examples quoted to give the listener a variety of experiences which illustrate a number of compositional attitudes and styles. For anyone intending to make a thorough study of Gillis scores, this is a very good place to start. The narration is done by the composer.

id12837 1 Symphony No. 5 1/2; Toscanini: Portrait of a Legend Scope and Contents

Gillis on Symphony 5 1/2: "I am often asked the question: "Why the fraction -- why 5 1/2 instead of six? "The explanation is simple, actually. When I was writing my sixth symphony, I wrote what I felt to be an appropriate finale, but after I finished it I felt it didn't fit at all. I tried another one and the same thing happened. Neither the mood nor the attitude of these movements seemed to relate to Symphony No. 6 at all. These two movements I had written, however, intrigued, me -- and so I decided to go ahead and finish writing a new symphony, altogether different from the mood I had established in No. 6. I wrote a scherzo and a slow movement and thus completed the new work. Having already three movements of the 6th symphony finished, I didn't want to disturb their numbering system and so it just seemed natural to call the new one 5 1/2, especially since it had been written half way in between five and six. "It was a good decision, for its title caught the eye of Maestro Toscanini and the music on the tape you will hear is his performance by the NBC Orchestra. "Arthur Fiedler gave its premiere with the Boston "Pops" in the summer of 1947 and after revision, Toscanini conducted its radio premiere. The work is also published by Boosey-Hawkes in a band transcription made by Maurice Ford. It was recorded for London Records by the New Symphony of London under the baton of the composer. It has been choreographed by a number of dance companies and, along with 'Tulsa,' 'The Man Who Invented Music,' 'January February March,' and 'Short Overture to an Unwritten Opera,' it is my most frequently performed work." Gillis on Toscanini: Portait of a Legend: "This composition was written to be a personal tribute to Arturo Toscanini with whom I served ten years as producer of the NBC Symphony Broadcasts and about whom I wrote and produced the series 'The Man Behind the Legend' for four-and-a-half years for NBC Radio. "The script was written early in 1967 and the music was completed during the following summer. It was first performed at the Reston (Virginia) Music Camp by Dr. James Christian Pfohl with the composer as narrator. "In this performance, Col. Arnald Gabriel Conducts the U.S. Airforce Symphony Orchestra with the voice of the noted NBC commentator Ben Grauer. Interestingly enough, Col. Gabriel recorded only the orchestral section in Washington, Grauer recorded the voice section in NY, and the production was mixed in Dallas. It has been given public performance on several occasions and broadcast twice during the Toscanini Centennial Memorial Series."

id12838 1 The Man Who Invented Music; Symphony No. 8 (A Dance Symphony) Scope and Contents

Gillis on The Man Who Invented Music: "In the summers of 1949-50, United States Steel sponsored the NBC Symphony broadcasts. As one of the features of their program, they included a "Children's Corner," during which time-related music was selected. I was asked to provide a work for children and so submitted the script for 'The Man Who Invented Music.' After some revision in collaboration with NBC scriptwriter Claris Ross, the music was completed and had its first performance with Nelson Olmsted as narrator with the NBC Symphony conducted by Antal Dorati. "The music was an instant success and has been performed thousands of times in both its orchestral and band versions. The recording you will hear was done in London with narrator Jack Kilty under the baton of the composer." Gillis on Symphony No. 8, "A Dance Symphony" (I. Jukebox Jive; II. Deep Blues; III. Waltz of Sorts; IV. Lowdown Hoedown) "Immediately after Milton Katims premiered this work with the NBC Symphony, my son, Don, Jr., rushed backstage to say 'Gee, Dad, that was the loudest one yet!' "Also backstage was Arturo Toscanini, who described the work as a 'big brother to Symphony 5 1/2.' Somewhere in between those two instant reactions there if probably a valid conclusion to be drawn indicating that (a) the symphony is rambunctionously [sic] loud, and (b) that it is in the tradition of "fun music" following the pattern set by Symphony 5 1/2. "It is a 'dance' symphony in every sense of the word. It has been danced to by a number of dance companies and, if you feel like it personally, you may dance to it while listening. If you are wearing headphone at the time, however, be careful not to spin around too much -- otherwise you just might get a hang-up about the whole thing. "For those of you interested in orchestration, I commend this work to you for analysis. "Symphony No. 8 did not become the popular item I hoped it would be. It just may have been the fact that the 'symphony' sound was replaced in the first movement by that of a giant jazz ensemble. At any rate, except for broadcast recorded performances, its use by dance companies, and a few performances publicly, it has remained relatively unknown. "I remember one performance, however, which reaffirmed my own faith in its merits. We did a joint concert in Carnegie Hall with Duke Ellington in 1955 called 'Excursions in Jazz.' The Duke liked it as earlier Maestro Toscanini had liked it. Their opinions are good enough for me. "Plus, of course, that of my son's who said: 'It is the loudest one yet.' "One should (especially in academic circles) look at a symphony with more seriousness. I conclude by saying that its form is exceedingly correct, its themes are interestingly valid, and its orchestration is subtle and provocative. As for its future -- well, I still think some conductor ids going to coma long some day and see that it's a great audience piece and well worth programming. In the meanwhile, at least we have it in the this tape recorded by the NBC symphony men under the composer's baton for Rexford Records in New York City."

id12839 1 The Star-Spangled Symphony Scope and Contents

Movements: I. Production Line; II. Bobby Sox; III. Prayer and Hymn for a Solemn Occasion; IV. Celebration -- 4th of July Gillis: "For years I carried a clipping of a review by a man named White who wrote of Arthur Fiedler's premiere of the Star Spangled Symphony by the San Antonio Symphony Orchestra. Mr. White (who in musical matters reflected the now-famous 'white supremacy' attitude of all critics) found very little to commend about this work. As a matter of fact, it was not until after invecting himself exhaustively against it that he mentioned that the audience gave it a standing ovation which continued so enthusiastically that Mr. Fiedler repeated the final movement as an encore. "I would have premiered the work myself with the NBC Symphony Orchestra had not the network had a curious policy (long since abandoned) that the Star Spangled Banner must always be played in completion over network air. And since I had used fragmental quotes from the anthem in the first movement, it was not permitted to be used for broadcast. "The symphony, much like the fate of the 8th, has not been widely performed. I'm not sure why. It may be because of the difficulty in the first and final movements, or -- and I say this reluctantly -- it just may not be any good. "In the performance you are to hear, the composer is conducting the National High School Orchestra of Interlochen."

id12840 1 Concerto No. II for Piano and Orchestra Scope and Contents

Gillis: "The Second Piano Concerto is dedicated to Deems Taylor and was written in New York City in 1965. Its first movement is lyrical, the second in a waltz-ballade style, and the finale is a rowdy galop (interrupted in contrasting mood with a sensuous tango). "It is heard in this performance by the Grand Prairie, Texas, Community Orchestra with the composer conducting. Joseph Kahn, the soloist, was for many years pianist for the NBC Symphony and made solo appearances on the Bell Telephone Hour as well as being a member of the orchestra of the 'Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street.' "The work is available on rental through Crescendo Music Service of Dallas."

id12841 1 Alice in Orchestralia; The Raven Scope and Contents

Gillis on Alice in Orchestralia: "On the second season of sponsorship by United States Steel of the NBC Symphony, I was once again asked to write a work for the 'Children's Corner' portion of the broadcast, the request stemming from the success the previous year of 'The Man Who Invented Music.' "This work was written, using a script prepared by Dr. Ernest LaPrade, author of the book 'Alice in Orchestralia,' which had been used so successfully by music educators in the primary grades. A radio series had also been produced using the book as basis. "Wilfred Peletier conducted the first performance, played by the NBC Symphony during the summer of 1950. "The story is a fantasy in which a different Alice (not the one in Wonderland) goes to a symphony concert and falls into a dream-filled sleep, during which she visits the musical land of "Orchestralia." There she meets the strings in 'Fiddle-a-delphia,' the woodwinds in 'Panapolis,' and the other instruments in 'Brassydale.' The tape you will hear was recorded for Rexford Records in Rome using a cast headed by NBC narrator, Gene Hamilton. The composer is conducting. Gillis on The Raven: "A very long time ago (in 1937 to be exact), Nelson Olmsted (now distinguished actor and story teller) was a staff announcer at radio station WBAP in Forth Worth. At this same time I was a member of the studio orchestra and the staff arranger. When he asked me to prepare a score as background for his reading of Poe's 'The Raven,' I accepted and the work was premiered by Gene Baugh and the WBAP Staff Orchestra on Poe's birthday. I later revised the score for full orchestra and it had its first performance by Dr. Frank Black on a series called 'New American Music,' for which future colleagues of mine, Samuel Chotzinoff and Ben Grauer, were co-hosts. "The work has had innumerable performances. The taped performance you will hear was recorded at a broadcast by the NBC Orchestra in Chicago with Nelson Olmsted as narrator and Dr. Leroy Shields conducting."

id12842 1 Symphony No. 5 (In Memoriam) Scope and Contents

Gillis: "During World War II, three members of the TCU band were killed in action, all three of them flute players, all three of them pilots, and all three section partners in the band. It is to their memory that this work is dedicated. "The work was written in 1945 and given its first performance by the NBC Symphony Orchestra with Dr. Frank Black conducting. It is this performance that you will hear on this tape."

id12843 1 Symphony No. 6 (The Pioneers) Scope and Contents

Gillis: "Although Symphony No. 6 is sub-titled "The Pioneers," it is not a programmatic work in the sense of telling a story. It does, however, reflect my own mind's portrait of an earlier America during a time of moving westward, or exploring and settling the land, and of adventuresome people looking for a new freedom. "There are four movements, the first and third movements contemplative, the second and final energetic forces. "The work had its premiere at Texas Christian University at a concert of my music in 1948. The performance you are to hear now is by the National High School Orchestra at Interlochen, the composer conducting."

id12844 1 Symphony No. 7 (Saga of a Prairie School) Scope and Contents

Movements: I. The Vision; II. The People; The Dedication; The Fulfillment Gillis: "In 1948 I was commissioned by Texas Christian University to write a work commemorating the 75th anniversary of the founding of the school. I wrote the music in four sections (to be played without pause) and it had its premiere at Will Rogers Auditorium on June 6, 1948 with Dr. T. Smith McCorkle, Dean of Fine Arts at TCU, conducting. "The performance on this tape is taken from the London Records production by the New Symphony Orchestra of London with the composer conducting in Kingsway Hall, London. "It was on this date that TCU, as part of their commencement exercises, conferred the degree of Doctor of Music in recognition of the creation of the symphony. The work is on rental from Chappell, Inc., New York City."

id12845 1 Peter Rabbit:  A Tale for Children; Atlanta: Five Choreographic Impressions of a Southern City Scope and Contents

Gillis on Peter Rabbit: "Among the many scores I have written for narrator and orchestra have been several done especially for children. These include some scripts by John Rust based on the Thorton W. Burgess nature stories. These stories were once familiar items in syndicated newspaper columns as well as in a children's book series. "In this treatment, Mr. Rust is the narrator and the composer is conducting a small orchestra, the recording made for a children's series by London Records. Gillis on Atlanta (I. Our Fair City; II. Stone Mountain; III. Piedmont Park; IV. Plantation Song; V. Peachtree Promenade): "This suite of five movements was commissioned by the Atlanta Music Clubs for performance by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra conducted by Dr. Henry Sopkin. It is a series of tone pictures depicting the areas suggested by the titles. After its premiere, I recorded it in Rome for Rexford Records, conducted three movements of it on an NBC Symphony broadcast, and re-scored it for band. Mills Music (now Belwin-Mills) published the work. "The term 'choreographic impression' was used descriptively in the title because I visualized its ultimate fulfillment as danced in front of huge rear-projection screens with kaleidoscopic interpretations in motion picture, slides, and special effects light patterns. "The tape you will hear was done in Rome with the Orchestra da Camera conducted the composer."

id12846 1 Seven Golden Texts; Quintet No. III for Woodwinds Scope and Contents

Gillis on Seven Golden Texts: "Dr. George Reynolds, director of the Dickinson, North Dakota band of Dickinson College, commissioned a work for band, chorus, and narrator of a 'religious nature.' "The full title of the work which emerged was "Seven Golden Texts and a Song of Praise from the Psalms of David." The work is also scored for orchestra and the two orchestrations combine for use with huge festival-type presentations. The first performance was given in Dickinson, North Dakota in 1965 and this tape represents its premiere playing." Gillis on Quintet No. III for Woodwinds (I. Five Piece Combo; II. Take Five Blues; III. A Frolic in B-bop Minor): "This quintet is, as its titles indicate, an excursion in jazz for instruments whose usual combination in quintet formation is that of serious, classical demeanor. Not so in this work! Here they enjoy three sessions of fun in an altogether unusual medium. "The performance you are to hear was done by the Woodwind Quintet of the Interlochen Arts Academy under the supervision of Don Jaeger. The work is published by Belwin-Mills, N.Y."

id12847 1 This Is Our America; His Name Was John; Quintet No. I for Woodwinds Scope and Contents

Gillis on This Is Our America: "The morning after Pearl Harbor, December 8, 1941, I wrote the substance of this work. Melvin Dacus, then a student, sang its first performance at chapel at TCU on December 10, 1941. After a few performances, the piece was put aside and not until the mid-fifties was it thought of again. Asked by Rexford Records to do a patriot cantata (their request supported by Mills Music), I composed the work in its present form, utilizing many of the materials I had originally written in 1941. "It was recorded by Rexford Records and later re-scored for band. Col. Samuel R. Loboda, conductor of the U.S. Army Band, recorded this version with Capt. Allen Crowell as the soloist." Gillis on His Name was John: "In this illy-balanced [sic] recording taken from a performance at Dallas Baptist College, Nelson Olmsted narrates the words written by the composer about the last moments in the life of John the Baptist." Gillis on Quintet No. I for Woodwinds: "This work is sub-titled 'The Tortoise and the Hare,' with its three movements depicting the age-old fable of the big race. "The work is published by Belwin-Mills and is performed on this tape by the Interlochen Arts Academy Woodwind Quintet."

id12848 1 Six Fairy Tales: I - V Scope and Contents

Movements: I. Rumplestilskin; II. Snow White; III. The Sleeping Beauty; IV. The Three Bears; V. Cinderella Gillis: "Script and music for these fairytales was done in 1966 as a project for Storykin Dolls. As a project it was not wildly successful; however, these six fairy tales (plus one other which has not yet been recorded) are among the 'sometime-to-be-done' orchestrations which the composer plans to do for full orchestra. The sixth fairy tale not included on this tape will be found on Reel Number 14, band 1."

id12849 1 Six Fairy Tales: VI; The Amon G. Carter March; The Panhandle Suite Scope and Contents

Gillis on Six Fairy Tales (VI): "This is the sixth fairytale in the children's series described in the program notes in Reel 13. Gillis on The Amon G. Carter March: "During my days as TCU Band Director, Amon G. Carter, publisher of the Fort Worth Star Telegram, was one of the band's most ardent supporters. He liked to direct the band and we liked to have him direct the band -- because almost always afterwards he would pull out a hundred dollar bill and we would split it up among the members. So it naturally followed that I would write a march with his name on it which he conducted from there on out. Other than that bit of fascinating information, I can think of nothing else to say about the march that that it now reposes in the Library of Congress among a hundred or so other manuscripts of mine." Gillis on The Panhandle Suite (I. Cattle Gate; II. Dance of the Dry Bones; III. Night Rider; IV. Bronc Bust; V. Stampede): "The tape you are about to hear was recorded several years ago while I was band director at Texas Christian. While I am not exactly sure of the date, I think the broadcast took place in 1937 or 1938. Nelson Olmsted was announcer for this WBAP 'Backstage with the TCU Band' series. The work was originally written for orchestra and completed during by senior year in college in 1935, forming part of the requirements for my Bachelor of Music recital. It was later scored for band and heard in this version in band format. "The tape you are to hear is filled with clicks and electrostatic pops, largely because it was dubbed from the original acetate transcription made at the time of the broadcast. However, as befits a tape of this vintage, it is now in that category of sound sometimes called by sonic aficionados as 'heritage.' "Listen carefully, and somewhere in between the static you may hear 'The Panhandle Suite.'"

id12850 1 Intermission -- Ten Minutes; To An Unknown Soldier; Portrait of a Frontier Town Scope and Contents

Gillis on Intermission -- Ten Minutes: "This work, written in 1943, was premiered by North Texas State University's Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Dr. Floyd Graham. The work is dedicated to a long-time friend of mine from TCU days, Dr. Patrick Henry. It was the composer's notion that since all concerts have ten minute intermissions, it would be logical to write some music describing that portion of a concert in which there is no music at all. "The piece begins as if the first half of a concert were just ending in "Classical" style, following which we \hear first the rustle of the audience as it prepares to 'intermish' and then the parade to the lobby. This is followed by the Dance of the Self-Appointed Critics and then the martial music parades the audience back to their seats again. The orchestra tunes up, a fanfare announces the return of the conductor, and then the second half of the concert resumes as if a contemporary work were beginning. And -- it finishes with a surprise ending. "This performance is by the University of Texas Symphony Orchestra in 1967, Andor Toth conducting." Gillis on To an Unknown Soldier" "This symphonic poem is programmatic, yet not descriptively so. It was written as a personal reflection upon the universal heroism wasted in causes as useless as war. It is not, however, as much a protest as it is a proclamation of grief spoken in behalf of all who give their lives in battle. "The work is somber, but there are moments which say what might have been for unknown soldiers had they not fallen." Gillis on Portrait of a Frontier Town (I. Chamber of Commerce; II. Where the West Begins; III. Ranch House Party; IV. Prairie Sunset; V. Main Street -- Saturday Night): "Would you believe that this suite was once named 'Cowtown?' Well, it was, but Boosey-Hawkes (who publishes it) felt that a more dignified title that Fort Worth's nick-name 'Cowtown.' So it was changed, even after Milton Katims and the NBC Symphony had given its premiere under the 'Cowtown' title. "One movement in particular has caught on, as it were, having been used for 'encore' materials by a number of symphony conductors, including Arthur Fiedler and Thor Johnson. It has been made into a ballet by the Winnepeg Ballet under the title 'Les Whoops de Doo' and has had many successful playings in its band arrangement (done by Glen Cliff Bainum). In the recording you are to hear, the New Symphony Orchestra of London is playing under the baton of the composer."

id12851 1 Abe Lincoln -- Gettysburg, 1863; Men of Music; Downbeat -- A Fable for Band Scope and Contents

Gillis on Abe Lincoln -- Gettysburg, 1863: "This score is a setting for band and narrator of Lincoln's Gettysburg commemorative words. The tape you will hear was made by the U.S. Army Band, Col. Samuel R. Loboda conducting, with Capt. Allen Crowell as narrator." Gillis on Men of Music: "This overture for band was commissioned by the American School Band Directors Association (ASBDA) as a tribute to its founder, Dale Harris. The first performance was done by Dr. Donald McGinnis and University of Ohio Symphonic Band. The work is published by Volkwein. In this performance, Col. Samuel R. Loboda is conducting the United States Army Band." Gillis on Downbeat -- A Fable for Band: "Downbeat is a gentle satire on several things -- and besides, is a sneaky way to teach you a few things about instruments and styles while having a pleasant experience at the same time. It was originally part of a work titled 'Band Concert' and had its premiere at Interlochen with the composer conducting and Dr. John Sargent narrating. In this performance, Capt. Allen Crowell is again the narrator with the U.S. Army band under the baton of Col. Samuel R. Loboda."

id12854 1 A Short Overture to an Unwritten Opera; Bing, Bang, Bong; Tulsa: A Symphonic Portrait in Oil Scope and Contents

Gillis on A Short Overture to an Unwritten Opera: "The Short Overture was written in 1945 and was first heard on the NBC broadcast 'Music for To-Night' conducted by Milton Katims. It was soon after published by Boosey-Hawkes and became my first 'popular' composition, largely through the performances of it by Sigmund Romberg and his Orchestra. "The opera for which it was 'unwritten' is still unwritten. "The orchestral version was recorded for Boosey-Hawkes Sound Library and the band version was done by the U.S. Army Band in a still-unpublished arrangement by Sgt. 'Red' Kirbey. "Note: In each instance the music on this reel is presented in both orchestral and band performance, the orchestral first, the band next." Gillis on Bing Bang Bong: "This short score was commissioned by NBC for its 25th anniversary and performed on a special musical salute with the composer conducting the NBC Symphony Orchestra. The performance for Orchestra you are to hear was done at Carnegie Hall by the Symphony of the Air. The band arrangement is published by Belwin-Mills and is performed here by the U.S. Army Band." Gillis on Tulsa, A Symphonic Portrait in Oil: "The First National Bank of Tulsa, Oklahoma commissioned this music to be played the opening of their new bank building at the dedication ceremony on July 29, 1950. It is dedicated to the bank and to conductor H. Arthur Brown of the Tulsa Philharmonic. Mr. Brown recorded this work with the Vienna Philharmonic and almost started World War III as a result. "There is a section in Tulsa calling for gun shots. Mr. Brown had gone to the provost-general's office in Vienna to get permission to fire blank cartridges during the recording session. Vienna at that time was still an occupied territory and the Brahms Hall was right across the street from the Russian command. When the musicians arrived on the morning of the recording session, they noticed a number of tanks and mobile artillery armored cars lined up -- all with their guns pointing at the hall. In a panic, lest the noise of the blank cartridges lead the Russians to think that they were under attack, the poor musicians begged the conductor not to fire the guns. He complied -- thus probably averting World War III for a few years. "The story is true enough; however, I don't believe the Russians would have really bombarded the building just because a 32-caliber blank pistol signaled the opening of the land rush. "Meanwhile (back at the business of telling you about what is in the piece), the work had little or no success until it was transcribed for band by Maurice Ford, then assistant leader of the U.S. Navy Band. "The work is divided into four sections: (a) the land before the people, (b) the Sooners, (c) the oil fields, and (d) celebration dance and shirt-tail parade. "The orchestral performance is by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the band version is played by the University of Michigan Band, William Revelli conducting."

id12855 1 Cathedral Square; Silhouettes; Symphony No. 1 (An American Symphony); Paul Bunyon -- Portrait of a Legend Scope and Contents

Gillis on Cathedral Square: "This work was written originally as a part of a series of music-for-sound-track library services, one of approximately twenty-five pieces. Most of the others, or fragments of them, have been incorporated in one way or another into other works. This one remains as written, a tonal portrait of a medieval cathedral. It is scored for small orchestra." Gillis on Silhouettes: "This trio for violin, cello, and piano was written for the NBC Trio in 1947 to be used as part of its regular Sunday morning broadcast series. This performance you are to hear (amid the scratches and pops of a vintage recording) was played by Daniel Guilet (violin), Nam Benditzky (cellist), and Joseph Kahn (pianist). "While the electrostatic noises on the tape are somewhat distracting, the performance itself is one of the most artistically secure of any tape in this collection. " The work is published by Belwin-Mills." Gillis on Symphony No. 1: "Symphony No. 1, 'An American Symphony,' was written as partial fulfillment of requirements for a Master of Music degree in composition at North Texas State University in 1941. "After it was given its premiere performance by Floyd Graham and the NTSU Symphony Orchestra, the slow movement was broadcast the following day and this recording made. "Although it, too, is filled with 'static' pops and clicks, we should forgive those distractions to study NTSU's 1942 broadcast performance. "The full score is on deposit at the NTSU library and pictures and additional program notes are in possession of Dr. Graham in Denton." Gillis on Paul Bunyon -- A Portrait of a Legend [Note: There are two performances of this work, the first for orchestra, the second for band.]: "This brief score was commissioned by William Yarborough, conductor of a touring chamber group called "Orchestra on Wheels." It is meant as a tribute to one of America's legendary folk heroes. The work was written in the late 1960's and first performed by Mr. Yarborough (who is conducting the orchestra on the first performance band-tape). The second performance on this reel is by the U.S. Navy Band at the American Band masters Convention at Columbus, Ohio on February 28, 1970."

id12856 1 The Frontiersman; Portrait of a City Made of Steel; Lone Star Scope and Contents

Gillis on The Frontiersman: Shortly after the initial success of 'Tulsa,' I was asked to do a series of tone portraits about other cities and areas significant to our nation's history. I wrote this score without designating any particular area, rather visualizing and paying tribute to those who explored and conquered America's frontiers. "The work is published by Southern Music, Inc. of San Antonio." Gillis on Portrait of a City Made of Steel: "This score, commissioned in 1966 by the Northfield School District High School Band conducted by Warren Mercer, was written about Pittsburg. It has no exact descriptive program; however, it does permit the listener to create his own mental images by reflective thought upon the sights and sounds suggested by the music which implement the portraiture. "This performance is by the Northfield School District High School Band at its premiere performance March 14, 1967." Gillis on Lone Star: "I think of all of the works I have written for band, this is one of the most completely satisfying to me. It is played in this instance by the U.S. Army Band with the composer conducting. It is about Texas, of course, but it is not programmatic music. "The work is published by Southern Music, Inc. of San Antonio."

id12857 1 Three Sketches for Strings; Night Song; Strictly for Strads; Soliloquy for Strings; The Night Before Christmas; So They May Also Learn Scope and Contents

Gillis on Three Sketches for Strings (I. Enchantment; II. Day Dreams; III. Whimsey): "It is curious how works emerge from manuscript to print. These pieces were originally part of a suite for string quartet titled 'Seven Sketches for Strings,' written for private performance at a party held at the home of the concertmaster of the Chicago NBC Staff Orchestra in 1944. Later, Boosey-Hawkes selected three from the seven after they had been re-scored for string orchestra, publishing them in 1946 and recording them in the version we will hear now. "Two of the other "original seven" formed the basis for the 2nd and 3rd movements of the 8th Symphony, and still another one, 'Scherzino for Strings,' is published by Belwin-Mills. The 7th is still in my files waiting its turns." Gillis on Night Song: "'Night Song' is actually the slow movement from my 2nd Symphony for Band, a work I completed and then discarded because I felt the need for a form other than 'symphony' (which relates more to the orchestra" in which to express a major musical work for band. It is music in a quiet, contemplative mood." Gillis on Strictly for Strads: "Dr. Joseph E. Maddy of National Music Camp asked me to write some music for the string orchestra there. I did, composing this as well as "Soliloquy" for strings to be performed under his baton." Gillis on Soliloquy for Strings: "As indicated above, these two works for string orchestra are normally performed together, the order of which is left to the conductor. Both works were published by Interlochen Press and are now distributed by Crescendo Music Service in Naperville, Illinois. "The performances of both pieces were done at Interlochen with Dr. Maddy conducting." Gillis on The Night Before Christmas: "As early as 1938, station manager George Cranston of WBAP (Ft. Worth) asked for a setting for narrator and orchestra of Clement Moore's 'A Visit from St. Nicholas.' The work was done initially for the WBAP Staff Orchestra and then re-scored for full orchestra for subsequent performances at NBC. Incidentally, it was done each Christmas Eve for about fifteen years by NBC and the tape you will hear is from one of the Chicago performances under the baton of Joseph Gallichio." Gillis on So They May Also Learn: "The Montana Music Educators' Association commissioned a work for band and narrator in honor of retiring educator Lloyd Oakland. The script is a tribute to all teachers. The work is recorded here by the Great Falls High School Band in October of 1968."

id12859 1 Ceremony of Allegiance; Streamliner; Quintet for Woodwinds, No. II; Sinfonia for Brass in Three Movements Scope and Contents

Gillis on Ceremony of Allegiance: "Commissioned by Kansas State Teachers' College at Emporia, Kansas, for their annual Band Day 1965, this work uses a narrator with band to speak words from the Declaration of Independence and the Pledge of Allegiance. Published by Kjos, Inc., Chicago, the work has had thousands of performances. It is recorded here by the U.S. Army Band with Capt. Allen Crowell narrating and Col. Samuel R. Loboda conducting." Gillis on Streamliner: "This is a work for brass choir in my favorite instrumentation: six trumpets, four horns, three baritones, three trombones, and one tuba. The work is programmatically related to its title. "It is heard in this taped performance by the brass choir of the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Ernest Glover conducting." Gillis on Quintet for Woodwinds, No. II: "The 2nd Quintet was written while I was band director at Texas Christian University in about 1939-40. There are three brief movements. "The work is published by Belwin-Mills. Gillis on Sinfonia for Brass in Three Movements: "Scored in the same instrumentation indicated in 'Streamliner,' this work was commissioned by Phi Mu Alpha, Sinfonia and premiered at a national convention in Cincinnati. I don't remember who did the performance you are about to hear, but whoever it was didn't do a very good job of it."

id12860 1 The Touchtone Concerto; Music to Listen to Announcements in Airports By; Herman, the Frog Who Sang at the Met Scope and Contents

Gillis on The Touchtone Concerto: "For the Media Arts Festival at Dallas Baptist College, I decided to write a concerto for four touchtone telephones (their output amplified) plus pre-recorded sounds from telephone bells, busy signals, etc., and the Dallas Baptist Studio Group. "On this tape you will hear the composer's introduction to the three-movement work first, then follows the actual performance by the instrumental soloists. The whole event was a tongue-in-cheek contrivance which definitely disproves the old theory that you can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear. Or is that the other way around? "Anyway, the use of pre-recorded music, the amplified sound of four touchtone telephones, plus the live musicians added zest to the 'media' factor in a 'Media Arts Festival.'" Gillis on Music to Listen to Announcements in Airports By: "This is a 'media' composition -- and other than the fun of it, not too much else is accomplished. The music on the tape is from Peachtree Promenade and Bobby Sox, the voices were those of friends of mine at NBC. The script was written after an airport stopover in Minneapolis during which I became aware that there was constant music -- yet nothing ever was heard in completion because of the announcement of the planes." Gillis on Herman, the Frog Who Sang at the Met: "This is a frothy bit I once whipped up to illustrate the use of cue music with narrator, a sort of "education through entertainment" concept that proves its thesis well, however zanily. "Most of the music on the tape (with the exception of the operatic bit and the Strauss polka) was excerpted from my own music. The part of Symphony Sam was played by an NBC friend of mine, Gene Garnes, who also assisted in some of the weird electronic effects and the final mix-down."

id12861 1 Symphonic Poem: The Alamo; Thomas Wolfe, American Scope and Contents

Gillis on Symphonic Poem: The Alamo: "The Alamo was written as a personalized reaction to the Texas symbol of freedom. It was given its premiere in San Antonio by Dr. Max Reiter and the San Antonio Symphony and in this version was recorded by Dr. Joseph E. Maddy and the National High School Orchestra of Interlochen. "The first sketches for this score were made with the band in mind and an early version had its premiere by the Baylor University Band conducted by Dr. Gid Waldrop in 1942. The work was greatly revised later and cast into orchestral form and had its premiere performance on March 6, 1949. A copy of the full orchestral score is on deposit at the NTSU library." Gillis on Thomas Wolfe, American: "The work is in five sections, three of which involve script: The Geographical America; Orchestral Interlude; The Well-Remembered Things of America; Orchestral Interlude; An American Credo. "Commissioned by Thor Johnson for performance by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, this score is for narrator and orchestra. The words are all from writings about America by Thomas Wolfe, put into script form by the composer from Wolfe's novels and short stories. "The performance you are about to hear is the premiere performance of the work by Dr. Thor Johnson and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra."

id12862 1 The Park Avenue Kids Scope and Contents

Gillis: "On May 12, 1957 the premiere performance of "The Park Avenue Kids" took place in Elkhart, Indiana, with the Elkhart Civic Theater and the Elkhart Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Zigmund Gaska. This tape is an recording of that performance. "It is a comic opera, a comedy about a group of teenagers in New York City who call themselves the Park Avenue Kids. This is not the slickly rich area of Park Avenue, but rather the uptown district where people live on 'both sides of the tracks.' Our youngsters, with the exception of one, Mary, are boys, and their newest big ambition is to get into show business via the country-western hillbilly route. Fingers Flynn, a two-time loser from Sing Sing, interrupts a meeting in their clubroom. Flynn wants to use their clubroom as a hideout since (at the moment) he is being inconveniently chased by the NY police for a robbery. The Kids do not know him and are easily persuaded that he is a big Broadway producer who has come up to upper Park Avenue to audition them. His true identity is discovered by Mary, who, in the end, captures him single-handedly and turns him over to Clancy the Cop. Mary envisions all sorts of fame for herself because of her heroism and decides to organize her own band since Tex, the boys' leader, doesn't want her around. Finally, however, they decide to stick together, and the work ends on a happy note as they announce rehearsal for the 'New Park Avenue Kids.' "This work was my first attempt in creating dramatic music. I make no judgement on its value except to say that I am proud of it and wish it could be heard more often. "Its genesis began when my own son, Don, Jr., organized a similar 'band' with the stated ambition to get into big-time broadcasting. Years later he made it as he continues to write and conduct in Canadian radio and television. Perhaps the opera will also make it some day. Its reception by audiences at Interlochen and Elkhart indicate their hearty approval of the work. Even the critics were kind."

id12863 1 The Park Avenue Kids, cont'd. Scope and Contents

Gillis: "On May 12, 1957 the premiere performance of "The Park Avenue Kids" took place in Elkhart, Indiana, with the Elkhart Civic Theater and the Elkhart Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Zigmund Gaska. This tape is an recording of that performance. "It is a comic opera, a comedy about a group of teenagers in New York City who call themselves the Park Avenue Kids. This is not the slickly rich area of Park Avenue, but rather the uptown district where people live on 'both sides of the tracks.' Our youngsters, with the exception of one, Mary, are boys, and their newest big ambition is to get into show business via the country-western hillbilly route. Fingers Flynn, a two-time loser from Sing Sing, interrupts a meeting in their clubroom. Flynn wants to use their clubroom as a hideout since (at the moment) he is being inconveniently chased by the NY police for a robbery. The Kids do not know him and are easily persuaded that he is a big Broadway producer who has come up to upper Park Avenue to audition them. His true identity is discovered by Mary, who, in the end, captures him single-handedly and turns him over to Clancy the Cop. Mary envisions all sorts of fame for herself because of her heroism and decides to organize her own band since Tex, the boys' leader, doesn't want her around. Finally, however, they decide to stick together, and the work ends on a happy note as they announce rehearsal for the 'New Park Avenue Kids.' "This work was my first attempt in creating dramatic music. I make no judgement on its value except to say that I am proud of it and wish it could be heard more often. "Its genesis began when my own son, Don, Jr., organized a similar 'band' with the stated ambition to get into big-time broadcasting. Years later he made it as he continues to write and conduct in Canadian radio and television. Perhaps the opera will also make it some day. Its reception by audiences at Interlochen and Elkhart indicate their hearty approval of the work. Even the critics were kind."

id12864 1 The Park Avenue Kids, cont'd 2. Scope and Contents

Gillis: "On May 12, 1957 the premiere performance of "The Park Avenue Kids" took place in Elkhart, Indiana, with the Elkhart Civic Theater and the Elkhart Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Zigmund Gaska. This tape is an recording of that performance. "It is a comic opera, a comedy about a group of teenagers in New York City who call themselves the Park Avenue Kids. This is not the slickly rich area of Park Avenue, but rather the uptown district where people live on 'both sides of the tracks.' Our youngsters, with the exception of one, Mary, are boys, and their newest big ambition is to get into show business via the country-western hillbilly route. Fingers Flynn, a two-time loser from Sing Sing, interrupts a meeting in their clubroom. Flynn wants to use their clubroom as a hideout since (at the moment) he is being inconveniently chased by the NY police for a robbery. The Kids do not know him and are easily persuaded that he is a big Broadway producer who has come up to upper Park Avenue to audition them. His true identity is discovered by Mary, who, in the end, captures him single-handedly and turns him over to Clancy the Cop. Mary envisions all sorts of fame for herself because of her heroism and decides to organize her own band since Tex, the boys' leader, doesn't want her around. Finally, however, they decide to stick together, and the work ends on a happy note as they announce rehearsal for the 'New Park Avenue Kids.' "This work was my first attempt in creating dramatic music. I make no judgement on its value except to say that I am proud of it and wish it could be heard more often. "Its genesis began when my own son, Don, Jr., organized a similar 'band' with the stated ambition to get into big-time broadcasting. Years later he made it as he continues to write and conduct in Canadian radio and television. Perhaps the opera will also make it some day. Its reception by audiences at Interlochen and Elkhart indicate their hearty approval of the work. Even the critics were kind."

id12865 1 Land of Wheat Scope and Contents

Movements: I. The Land and The People; II. The Planting' III. The Fields in Summer; IV. Threshin' Bee; V. Harvest Celebration Gillis: "The Land of Wheat was commissioned by Nels Vogel of Nels Vogel Music Co., Moorhead, Minnesota and its premiere took place at the store's annual clinic with Col. Chester Whiting conducting the U.S. Army Field Band. The work is published by Kjos, Inc. Of Chicago. "The work is programmatic in the sense that its titles reflect moods and activities. The 4th movement, 'Threshin' Bee,' is descriptive in its attempt to portray the realism of the old-time threshing machine. "The tape you will hear is that of the premiere performance conducted by Col. Whiting."

id12866 1 Overture: America's Gifted Youth; The Junior Hi-Fi March; Music for Strings:  Adoration at Eventide; March:  Mr. Big; Footsie; March:  The Mighty Mac; Rompin' Stomp; March:  Unistrut; January February March Scope and Contents

Gillis on Overture: America's Gifted Youth: "This overture really isn't an overture at all. It is reality the first movement of my 2nd Symphony for Band (which I discarded in symphony form for reasons expressed earlier). I gave the title "America's Gifted Youth" to the work in appreciation to National Music Camp and included it as the first movement of a major band form which I called 'Band Concert.' Altogether I included ten movements in the work, intending to make it into the form following the usual programming pattern of a band concert. That choice of 'form' also failed, largely because conductors do not usually want to devote a complete concert to the work of a single composer. "Thus the 'Band Concert' form was also eliminated and the sections now appear as individual compositions." Gillis on The Junior Hi-Fi March: "This is a good march but a rotten title. It was also originally part of the 'band concert' form written for performance at Interlochen. On this tape reel, items A, B, D, E, F, G, and H were all recorded by the U.S. Army Band with Col. Samuel R. Loboda conducting. " Gillis on Music for Strings: Adoration at Eventide: "A very simply piece in a meditative mood, this work was written first for performance with the strings of the Junior Camp division at Interlochen. It is published by Belwin-Mills and is heard in this performance by the strings of the Salt Lake City Community Orchestra of Westminster College." Gillis on March: Mr. Big: "I wrote a number of marches in an extended form in order to get away from the traditional march pattern. This is one of my personal favorites because its 'I know it all' attitude describes so many people I know." Gillis on Footsie: "Everyone plays footsie at some time or another and so it seemed logical that if I wrote a composition by that name it also might be played. I'm happy to report that it has been. It is a simple, bluesy-type piece originally a part of the "band concert" format." Gillis on March: The Mighty Mac: "Over the straits of Mackinaw (at least it's pronounced that way even if it is spelled Mackinac) there was a mighty bridge built. At its dedication the Interlochen High School Camp Band was invited to play. It was for this occasion that this march was written." Gillis on Rompin' Stomp: "This work is, as you will see when you hear it, an attempt to transform the standard band sound into that of the Big Band sound of the 30's and 40's." Gillis on March: Unistrut: "In 1958 at the inception of the Interlochen Press, Mr. Charles Attwood, president of the Unistrut Corporation of Wayne, Michigan, commissioned a march to bear his company's name. His generous gift of monies to underwrite the Interlochen Press beginnings was incentive to comply with his request. The march is in non-traditional form and takes advantage more of concert presentation than field use." Gillis on January February March: "In 1945 I wrote this march as part of the NBC program called "Music for To-Night," conducted by Milton Katims. It was a spoof, a fun-poking attitude toward the standard march. It proved to be that, but more, for it became very popular both with bands and orchestras. "It was published by Boosey-Hawkes and is available in both the band and orchestral arrangement."

id258267 2 Reels 29-50 704597 id12867 2 Happy Jack; Music for 36 Trumpets; Music to Be Incidental By Scope and Contents

Gillis on Happy Jack: This work is a story for children based on the Thorton W. Burgess nature stories with script and narration by John Rust. It was originally recorded by London Records with thirteen instrumentalists conducted by the composer. The work is no longer available." Gillis on Music for 36 Trumpets: "Written originally as part of a trumpet quartet, Mr. John Haynie of North Texas State University included it on a program featuring 'massed' trumpets. The quartet is published by Boosey-Hawkes." GIllis on Music To Be Incidental By: "When I was doing my series for National Educational Radio, I included a section in several of the broadcasts in which I delivered what I called "left-handed" lectures, i.e., materials which would teach but which were not the customary profundities perpetrated by the academic crowd on subjects relating to music. It is, all in all, a serious bit on incidental music. Most of the cue music represented was excerpted from music I had written for other occasions. Enjoy it."

id12868 2 Suite from Twinkletoes; Symphonic Poem: Amarillo Scope and Contents

Gillis on Suite from "Twinkletoes" (I. Twinkletoes; II. Mandarin Dance; III. Vim Vigor and Velocity; IV. Temple Dance, V. Tango Lullaby): "Several years I wrote music for what I thought was a most touchingly beautiful ballet: a little crippled girl had an ambition to dance. Her grandfather assures her that if she will allow herself to undergo surgery, she will be able to fulfill her ambition. She does so, and while under anesthesia, she dreams of the great success she has while dancing all over the word. And, of course, when she awakens, she is on the road to recovery and ultimate stardom as a ballerina. A good story, right? Indeed -- the only trouble was that an almost identical story had been used before. And so I scrapped my idea for doing a ballet, salvaging some of the music to be put into a suite of five short pieces. "Most of the music you will hear was recorded in Rome. Mandarin Dance was recorded by a studio orchestra in New York. The orchestral music has not been published, however. Belwin-Mills has published all but Mandarin Dance for band." Gillis on Symphonic Poem: Amarillo: "I seem always to be writing music about places or cities: Portrait of a Frontier Town (Ft. Worth), Portrait of a City Made of Steel (Pittsburg), Tulsa -- A Symphonic Portrait in Oil, and . . . Amarillo. "It was Dr. A. Clyde Roller who suggested that I write a work about the city in which he was resident symphony conductor in 1962. When the work was completed, he gave its world premiere on October 2, 1962. The work is subtitled: "A Symphonic Celebration" and was commissioned as part of the 75th anniversary of the city. "The work is in four movements, each section marked by a slight pause, and each movement inter-related by thematic materials. The movements are descriptive and the score calls for prepared sound tapes including the sounds of Indians on the warpath, gunshots, the arrival of the U.S. Cavalry, the sound of an old train, etc. "I must confess that I like the piece, although it has not in any sense been played much. "The work is on rental from Crescendo Music, Inc., Dallas, Texas."

id12870 2 The Nazarene Scope and Contents

Gillis: "The music drama 'The Nazarene' is a religious work, the story for which came to me suddenly one morning in 1965 while I was living in New York City. The piano-vocal score was completed that same year, the orchestration a year later. "It was not until the spring of 1969, however, that the premiere took place. During the Arts Festival of that year, held annually on the campus of Dallas Baptist College, Nazarene was performed twice with William Pickett as the crippled beggar, Ezra. The following summer it was done at Ridgecrest, North Carolina, and Glorietta, New Mexico as part of the music week of the Baptist Encampment schedule. It was published by Broadman Press of Nashville, Tennessee. "Since its original presentation, it has had approximately fifty separate productions all over the United States and almost twice that number of performances. "The story concerns itself with the unusual association of five people who were involved in one way or another with the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ. The setting is an inn which stands just outside the walls of Jerusalem on the road to Golgotha, The Sign of the Skull. "The story opens early on the morning of the resurrection as Joanna (one of the inn-keeper's daughters) talking with Ezra as they listen to the wailing of the nearby followers of Jesus who have hidden themselves away outside the city. Both Amos, the inn-deeper and his other daughter, Rebecca, are much annoyed at the constancy of the grief, and he is particularly is bitter because business has failed completely since the crucifixion. In one way or another, all have been a part of the vents of the life of Jesus: Ezra, the crippled beggar, was in Bethlehem at the time of the annunciation and his legs were destroyed by a cruel beating given to him by the soldiers of Herod who were set on killing children and who, thinking he had warned Joseph and Mary, caused him never to be able to walk again. Joanna and Rebecca were caught up in the crowd and swept into the courtyard of Caiaphias, the High Priest, hearing and seeing the trial of Jesus. "Amos, their father, has actually been to see the Crucifixion take place, buying the robe from the robe from the soldiers. "When Mary Magdalene appears to them in ecstasy because she has seen the risen Lord, they think she is crazy. One by one they go, however, to help the Nazarenes who now rejoice at the news that their Master has risen. Ezra is healed by a miracle, and hearing the voice of Jesus say, "Follow Me," goes also to join the Nazarenes. "The work is scored for full orchestra, an unseen chorus, and a cast of five. A single set is used throughout. The work is one act and plays approximately an hour and thirty minutes. The unusual circumstances surrounding its inspiration and the subsequent effects of its performances on its audiences lead me to believe firmly that it was of God. Had I written nothing else in my lifetime, my purpose for being would have been accomplished."

id12871 2 The Nazarene, cont'd. Scope and Contents

Gillis: "The music drama 'The Nazarene' is a religious work, the story for which came to me suddenly one morning in 1965 while I was living in New York City. The piano-vocal score was completed that same year, the orchestration a year later. "It was not until the spring of 1969, however, that the premiere took place. During the Arts Festival of that year, held annually on the campus of Dallas Baptist College, Nazarene was performed twice with William Pickett as the crippled beggar, Ezra. The following summer it was done at Ridgecrest, North Carolina, and Glorietta, New Mexico as part of the music week of the Baptist Encampment schedule. It was published by Broadman Press of Nashville, Tennessee. "Since its original presentation, it has had approximately fifty separate productions all over the United States and almost twice that number of performances. "The story concerns itself with the unusual association of five people who were involved in one way or another with the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ. The setting is an inn which stands just outside the walls of Jerusalem on the road to Golgotha, The Sign of the Skull. "The story opens early on the morning of the resurrection as Joanna (one of the inn-keeper's daughters) talking with Ezra as they listen to the wailing of the nearby followers of Jesus who have hidden themselves away outside the city. Both Amos, the inn-deeper and his other daughter, Rebecca, are much annoyed at the constancy of the grief, and he is particularly is bitter because business has failed completely since the crucifixion. In one way or another, all have been a part of the vents of the life of Jesus: Ezra, the crippled beggar, was in Bethlehem at the time of the annunciation and his legs were destroyed by a cruel beating given to him by the soldiers of Herod who were set on killing children and who, thinking he had warned Joseph and Mary, caused him never to be able to walk again. Joanna and Rebecca were caught up in the crowd and swept into the courtyard of Caiaphias, the High Priest, hearing and seeing the trial of Jesus. "Amos, their father, has actually been to see the Crucifixion take place, buying the robe from the robe from the soldiers. "When Mary Magdalene appears to them in ecstasy because she has seen the risen Lord, they think she is crazy. One by one they go, however, to help the Nazarenes who now rejoice at the news that their Master has risen. Ezra is healed by a miracle, and hearing the voice of Jesus say, "Follow Me," goes also to join the Nazarenes. "The work is scored for full orchestra, an unseen chorus, and a cast of five. A single set is used throughout. The work is one act and plays approximately an hour and thirty minutes. The unusual circumstances surrounding its inspiration and the subsequent effects of its performances on its audiences lead me to believe firmly that it was of God. Had I written nothing else in my lifetime, my purpose for being would have been accomplished."

id12872 2 The Libretto Scope and Contents

"The Libretto is a comic opera in one act about a composer who wants to write an opera but can't find a libretto -- and his wife who tries to help him find one. "The words are somewhat autobiographical, in a sense, for finding a libretto is indeed a tough job. In my own instance, I learned to write them myself. In the instance of Bill Emmett, our composer in the opera, he had only the assistance of his wife Jan and her long list of ways to put a proper book together for operatic purposes. "The work was first produced in Dallas at the convention of the National Opera Association in 1960. The production company was North Texas State's School of Music and Eugene Conley's opera workshop. "John Rosenfield gave it a rave review and Mr. Conley's group performed it a number of times. "In the production we will hear, the orchestra of the U.S. Army Band conducted by Col. Gilbert is heard. The work is on rental through Crescendo Music, Inc. in Dallas."

id12873 2 The Libretto, cont'd. Scope and Contents

"The Libretto is a comic opera in one act about a composer who wants to write an opera but can't find a libretto -- and his wife who tries to help him find one. "The words are somewhat autobiographical, in a sense, for finding a libretto is indeed a tough job. In my own instance, I learned to write them myself. In the instance of Bill Emmett, our composer in the opera, he had only the assistance of his wife Jan and her long list of ways to put a proper book together for operatic purposes. "The work was first produced in Dallas at the convention of the National Opera Association in 1960. The production company was North Texas State's School of Music and Eugene Conley's opera workshop. "John Rosenfield gave it a rave review and Mr. Conley's group performed it a number of times. "In the production we will hear, the orchestra of the U.S. Army Band conducted by Col. Gilbert is heard. The work is on rental through Crescendo Music, Inc. in Dallas."

id12874 2 Star Valley Junction Scope and Contents

Gillis: "One of my big ambitions was always to write an opera about Texas. So I contrived a story about Texas back in 1886 in a town I invented called Star Valley Junction. I filled the town with both good guys and bad guys, and my story included almost every cliche that one ever heard of in Western stories, movies and television shows. "Since the plot of the opera is contained on these audition tapes, I will not go into it here except to say that star Valley Junction is a full-fledged Texas opera still waiting its chance to be premiered. "The tapes you will hear were made to 'audition' the show for prospective producers."

id12875 2 Star Valley Junction, cont'd. Scope and Contents

Gillis: "One of my big ambitions was always to write an opera about Texas.  So I contrived a story about Texas back in 1886 in a town I invented called Star Valley Junction.  I filled the town with both good guys and bad guys, and my story included almost every cliche that one ever heard of in Western stories,  movies and television shows. "Since the plot of the opera is contained on these audition tapes, I will not go into it here except to say that star Valley Junction is a full-fledged Texas opera still waiting its chance to be premiered. "The tapes you will hear were made to 'audition' the show for prospective producers."

id12876 2 Pep Rally Scope and Contents

Gillis: "Pep Rally is an opera in once act, two scenes, first performed August 15, 1957 at the National Music Camp in Interlochen with Barre Hill as producer and the cast, chorus, and band under the baton of Dr. George C. Wilson. "That's right, band. Pep Rally is, as far as anyone is able to find out, the first opera ever to be scored for band instead of orchestra. "It is a 'spoof' of American college life, concerning itself with the activities on campus the night before the big championship football game. The action takes place at the Varsity Shop where the students gather, and football hero Johnny Meer is the subject of a 'frame' by gamblers to get him off the team so it can't possibly win. "With the assistance of his fiance, Terry Brown, and the campus "brain," electronics whiz Billy Buster, the plot is foiled and the whole thing ends happily with a pep rally that predicts victory for the home team. "The tape being heard here is of the premiere performance at Interlochen. The work is on rental by Crescendo Music, Inc. Of Dallas."

id12877 2 Pep Rally, cont'd. Scope and Contents

Gillis: "Pep Rally is an opera in once act, two scenes, first performed August 15, 1957 at the National Music Camp in Interlochen with Barre Hill as producer and the cast, chorus, and band under the baton of Dr. George C. Wilson. "That's right, band. Pep Rally is, as far as anyone is able to find out, the first opera ever to be scored for band instead of orchestra. "It is a 'spoof' of American college life, concerning itself with the activities on campus the night before the big championship football game. The action takes place at the Varsity Shop where the students gather, and football hero Johnny Meer is the subject of a 'frame' by gamblers to get him off the team so it can't possibly win. "With the assistance of his fiance, Terry Brown, and the campus "brain," electronics whiz Billy Buster, the plot is foiled and the whole thing ends happily with a pep rally that predicts victory for the home team. "The tape being heard here is of the premiere performance at Interlochen. The work is on rental by Crescendo Music, Inc. Of Dallas."

id12878 2 Pep Rally, cont'd 2. Scope and Contents

Gillis: "Pep Rally is an opera in once act, two scenes, first performed August 15, 1957 at the National Music Camp in Interlochen with Barre Hill as producer and the cast, chorus, and band under the baton of Dr. George C. Wilson. "That's right, band. Pep Rally is, as far as anyone is able to find out, the first opera ever to be scored for band instead of orchestra. "It is a 'spoof' of American college life, concerning itself with the activities on campus the night before the big championship football game. The action takes place at the Varsity Shop where the students gather, and football hero Johnny Meer is the subject of a 'frame' by gamblers to get him off the team so it can't possibly win. "With the assistance of his fiance, Terry Brown, and the campus "brain," electronics whiz Billy Buster, the plot is foiled and the whole thing ends happily with a pep rally that predicts victory for the home team. "The tape being heard here is of the premiere performance at Interlochen. The work is on rental by Crescendo Music, Inc. Of Dallas."

id12879 2 Let Us Pray Scope and Contents

"Let Us Pray is a multi-media essay for orchestra, chorus, narrators, soloists, and pantomimists. It was first performed at Dallas Baptist College under the baton of the composer. The tape being heard here was done during the summer of 1973 using a small orchestra. Prior to its premiere at Dallas Baptist in full media, it had had an initial performance at Texas A&I University in 1970. "The work involves itself into a great variety of presentational media forms including slides, over-lay pre-recorded audio tape, film, stage action, etc. Essentially it is a dialogue between an older man and a boy with the fundamental subject matter being prayer. "The work is published by Crescendo Music, Inc. of Dallas, and a copy of the score is deposited with the NTSU Music Library."

id12881 2 Let Us Pray, cont'd. Scope and Contents

"Let Us Pray is a multi-media essay for orchestra, chorus, narrators, soloists, and pantomimists. It was first performed at Dallas Baptist College under the baton of the composer. The tape being heard here was done during the summer of 1973 using a small orchestra. Prior to its premiere at Dallas Baptist in full media, it had had an initial performance at Texas A&I University in 1970. "The work involves itself into a great variety of presentational media forms including slides, over-lay pre-recorded audio tape, film, stage action, etc. Essentially it is a dialogue between an older man and a boy with the fundamental subject matter being prayer. "The work is published by Crescendo Music, Inc. of Dallas, and a copy of the score is deposited with the NTSU Music Library."

id12882 2 Five-Acre Pond; Dialogue for Trombone and Band; Rhapsody for Trumpet Scope and Contents

Gillis on Five Acre Pond: "In the tape of Five Acre Pond you will hear, Don Jaeger will be the oboe soloist with the Faculty-Staff Orchestra of National Music Camp under the baton of Dr. A. Clyde Roller. "The work is a pastorale, its title taken from the name of the 'old swimming hole' of my youth in Cameron, Missouri. It is scored for strings, harp, celeste-piano, percussion, and solo oboe." Gillis on Dialogue for Trombone and Band: "I played trombone for many years, both as student and then professionally. Probably this factor was the genesis of my wanting to write a piece which was out of the tradition of the usual little fonky [sic] piece which trombone students were handed to study. At any rate, the work does have a feeling of jazz and its lyrical middle part is one of the finest things I have done. In the recording we are to hear, my brother Lewis Gillis is the soloist with the Texas Christian University Horned Frog Band. The trombone-piano version is published by Belwin-Mills." Gillis on Rhapsody for Trumpet: "The great 'Doc' Severinsen is soloist on this performance of the Rhapsody for Trumpet. The orchestra is the All-City Orchestra of the Dallas Public Schools. "The work is in four short movements, played without pause. It has also been scored for band and had its initial performance by Dr. Douglas Smith in that version. It is on rental through Crescendo Music, Inc. in Dallas."

id12883 2 Shindig; Saga of a Pioneer Scope and Contents

Gillis on Shindig: "When I wrote Shindig for production by the Fort Worth Civic Ballet, I did not realize that I had a hit on my hands. Actually the hit didn't come from Ft. Worth, but rather through the choreography of Lloyd Tyget and the American Festival Ballet Company. They performed the score almost five hundred times in South America, North Africa, and in all of the major cities of Europe. The work has also been mounted by a number of American companies, but it was the American Festival Ballet Company which gave it whatever fame it now has. "The story is that of the traditional problem of the old Western towns: the bad guys take over, the good guys try to restore law and order. Here the attitude is one of gentle satire with much of the action played for comedy, yet in no sense making fun of the age-old Western traditions. "The recording you are to hear is one made during a broadcast of the NBC Symphony Orchestra from the Belasco Theater in 1953 with the composer conducting. The work is also recorded by the Hamburg Symphony Orchestra. The music is available on rental from Belwin-Mills, New York." Gillis on Saga of a Pioneer (I. The Land Beyond; II. The Pioneers; III. Song of Memory; IV. Centennial Celebration): "The recording of Saga of a Pioneer you will hear is by the University of Illinois band. It was commissioned for the Gunnison Music Camp on the occasion fo the 100th anniversary of the state of Colorado. "The work is scored for symphonic band in traditional instrumentation and is published by Southern Music Company of San Antonio."

id12884 2 The Gift of the Magi Scope and Contents

Gillis: "The Gift of the Magi is an opera for Christmas based on O. Henry's short story with script and music by Don Gillis.  It is scored for small orchestra, chorus, and a cast of three.  It uses a single set traditionally; however, it is designed to be performed either very simply or as elaborately as the production forces allow. "In this performance the University of Michigan orchestra, chorus, and soloists are under the baton of Dr. Maynard Klein in a special radio performance commissioned by the National Educational Radio Network.  The work is also produced by the South Carolina Educational Television Network. "Its first performance was by Texas Weslyan College opera workshop production conducted by my brother, Lewis D. Gillis.  It has had innumerable productions. The work is published by Crescendo Music Co., Dallas, and a copy of the score is on deposit in the NTSU Music Library."

id12885 2 Four Scenes from Yesterday; The Coming of the King Scope and Contents

Gillis on Four Scenes from Yesterday (I. North Harris; II. Courthouse Square; III. From a Winter's Dream; IV. Brushy Creek): "The performance you will hear on this tape is by the Interlochen Arts Academy Orchestra with the soloists selected from the students there. The orchestra of strings, celeste-piano, percussion, and harp are conducted by Dr. George C. Wilson.The work, a series of woodwind solo pieces scored for chamber orchestra, was written -- one at a time -- for performance by Milton Katims on an NBC series "Music for Tonight," with members of the NBC Symphony Orchestra as soloists. It was published by Boosey-Hawkes (except for "Brushy Creek," which has not yet been released) for both solo-piano and full score. "Its first performance was by Walter Hendel at Chataqua." Gillis on The Coming of the King: "Norman Vincent Peale wrote a children's version of the Christmas story published by Prentice-Hall. That publisher contacted Mills Music and the result was a cantata for Narrator and chorus in a full setting of the book contents plus a carol for which the words were written by the composer. It was recorded for Columbia Records with David Wayne as narrator and the gothic Choir conducted by Ralph Hunter with Ashley Miller at the organ. "The work had its initial television performance by the Cathedral of St. John the Divine with Bishop Pike as narrator. It is scored for full orchestra."

id12886 2 Hymn and Prayer for Peace; Symphony "X," "Big D" Scope and Contents

Gillis on Hymn and Prayer for Peace: "This brief choral work was written as a personalized utterance to express hope and belief that peace could be found. It was recorded by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir in an album called 'Hymns and Songs of Brotherhood.' "The work is published by Crescendo Music Service, Naperville, Illinois." Gillis on Symphony "X", "Big D" (I. All-American City; II. Requiem for a Hero; III. Conventioneers; IV. Cotton Bowl): "There are two versions of this symphony presented on this reel: first, the orchestral performance recorded by the Northern Virginia Youth Orchestra, James Christian Pfohl conducting, and the other by the U.S. Army Band under the baton of the composer. "Symphony 'X' was written originally for performance by the Alabama Youth Symphony at Auburn University and performed there during the summer of 1967. "It is sub-titled "Big D" because it is a work about Dallas, Texas. "It had its first performance by band at the convention of the American Bandmasters Association in Arlington, Texas in 1970, and the work (in band form) is published by Boosey-Hawkes."

id12887 2 Cracker Barrel March; Three Time Blues; Bayou Song; Recipe in Rhythm; Hymn Song for Sunday; Minuet-cetera; Cyclometrics Overture; This Solemn Hour; Variations on a Kitchen Sink Scope and Contents

Gillis on Cracker Barrel March: "The Cracker Barrel March was written at Interlochen and first performed there. Its title was suggested by the name of a 'country store' by that name near National Music Camp. It is published by Belwin-Mills." Gillis on Three Time Blues: "Three Time Blues was originally one of the movements of the 'band concert' work, a slow blues for solo trumpet written in three instead of the customary four-beat blues. It is played here by the National High School Band at Interlochen." Gillis on Bayou Song: "Bayou Song is still another of the 'band concert' movements, a quiet retrospective tone portrait of tranquility in a Southern setting." Gillis on Recipe in Rhythm: "Recipe in Rhythm was the final movement, originally, of the Second Symphony for Band. This performance is by the U.S. Army Band with the composer conducting." Gillis on Hymn Song for Sunday: "Hymn Song for Sunday is a short tone poem reflective of the Sunday morning time when most people take time to meditate upon their God." G illis on Minuet-cetera: "Minuet-cetera was originally the 3rd movement of the now-discarded Second Symphony for Band. It is, as you will hear in this performance by the U.S. Army Band, a minuet which keeps interrupting itself." Gillis on Cyclometrics Overture: Neil Kjos, the publisher of this work, didn't like my original title for it, which was 'Razzle Dazzle,' wanting a more 'contemporary' title. The original title was more reflective of the mood of the piece; however, the cyclometric aspect also describes it well in the constance of the recurrence of the thematic materials." Gillis on This Solemn Hour: "While most of my music for band is considered to be 'hard' to play (and to some, also hard to listen to", this is a very simply piece. Originally part of the 'band concert' format, it is published by Interlochen Press and distributed through Crescendo Music Service of Naperville, Illinois." Gillis on Variations on a Kitchen Sink: "Imagine, if you will, a collection of utensils from the family kitchen in the hands of individual soloists who are being conducted (along with the band) by a man with a chef's hat on his hand and a ladle for a baton. This is the envisioned scene for any production of Variations on a Kitchen Sink. "The work is a fun piece and has been widely performed and really should be subsized [sic] by all those folks who make skillets, pots and pans, and kitchen-wear. "The performance you will hear here is by the Interlochen Junior High Band with the chief percussionist Jack McKenzie supervising the ladles and all. "It was published by Interlochen Press and is distributed by Crescendo Music Service."

id12888 2 Piano Concerto No. 1 (The Encore Concerto); Rhapsody for Harp and Orchestra Scope and Contents

Gillis on Piano Concerto No. I, "The Encore Concerto": "The Encore Concerto was originally conceived to be a companion piece for concert pianists who were playing one of the Mozart of similar-type concerti of shorter nature. Thus this concerto is quite short itself, the playing time being about seventeen minutes. "It is not a bravura concerto, although it does require virtuosity to play. The first movement is a quick-moving work that seems to vacillate between the classicism of its presumed companion piece (the Mozart, etc.) and a contemporary idiom. "The second movement is a blues and the finale is again a rapidly-moving tempo. "The recording you are to hear was made some years back in the Navy Band Loft in Washington, the orchestra of the Navy Band playing with Joseph Kahn as soloist. "At one point the composer made a transcription for band, using the organ as solo instrument instead of piano -- later deciding that the piano version was highly superior. The band arrangement, however, serves well as the accompaniment body. "The work is on rental from Crescendo Music, Inc. of Dallas. Gillis on Rhapsody for Harp and Orchestra: "In 1952 at the Belasco Theater in New York City, it was my privilege to conduct the NBC Symphony Orchestra in a program of my own music. Of the works selected to be played, the one which perhaps received the greatest acclaim was the Harp Rhapsody. "Edward Vito was the reason, I think, for this great harpist played the premiere performance with tremendous artistry. It is this performance that you will hear on our tape. "The Rhapsody has had a number of performances in Europe with the harpist of the BBC Symphony Orchestra and at National Music Camp with Kleinstuber as soloist. "It is on rental from Crescendo Music, Inc. of Dallas."

id12889 2 Joyful and Triumphant Scope and Contents

Gillis: "In the strictest sense, this is not a 'composition' but rather an arrangement of Christmas music recorded by RCA for distribution through the Readers Digest Record Club. "RCA's assignment was to write a setting in stereo to fill both sides of a 33 1/3 RPM. The instrumentation was to be left to me. "I chose a double band (for right and left channels) with chorus, organ, and woodwinds in the middle and brasses and percussion on either side. "I chose to set my instrumentation of this Celebration of Christmas in a rather unusual combination of chorus, double brass and percussion choirs, woodwinds, organ, harp, piano, and celeste. "The music was scored for a stereo session held in Kingsway Hall in London. It was recorded for RCA's Readers Digest Record Club. The main requirement was that the work be divided into two 'sides' in length and that it contain only non-copyright materials. "The scoring was done during the summer of 1962 in Traverse City, Michigan and recorded the following summer. It is not, in the strictest sense, a 'composition,' rather an immense transcription and fantasy based on familiar Christmas tunes. "I commend this work to students interested in band scoring. "The work is available for rental from Crescendo Music, Inc., Dallas, Texas."

id12890 2 Symphony No. 1 for Band Scope and Contents

Movements: I. Cameron Junction; II. The Pleasant Years; III. Uncle Walt's Waltz; IV. Fall Festival Gillis: "Among the rather unusual happenings to this work is its premiere in Joliet, Illinois -- for it was conducted by four separate conductors, each taking a different movement. "The work was written at the suggestion of William Sandburg, then publisher of Educational Music Services of New York. "He invited me to write a work for band with no restrictions on scoring or technical difficulties. The work was later transferred to Interlochen Press where two movements (the 2nd and 3rd) were printed. "It is an introspective work in that Cameron, Missouri was my home town and the titles all reflect memories I have of this most pleasant of small Missouri towns. "The performance you will hear is by the U.S. Army Band with the composer conducting."

id11894 Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend; The Centennial Series id260638 Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend - compact discs 1963-1966 id260639 1 704600 id260640 1 Series 1, Number 1, Part 1 1963 June 5 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG101. Contents: Introduction; Hector Berlioz: Roman Carnival Overture; Intermission interview with David Sarnoff, about bringing Toscanini back the the United States for the NBC orchestra. Ben Grauer commentary. Introduction of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky's Piano concerto No. 1.

id260641 1 Series 1, Number 1, Part 2 1963 June 5 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG102. Contents: Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky: Piano concerto No. 1 - Vladimir Horowitz, piano.

id260642 1 Series 1, Number 2, Part 1 1963 June 12 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG103. Contents: Introduction; Giuseppe Verdi: Overture to La forza del destino; Amilcare Ponchielli: Dance of the Hours; pause; Interview with tenor Giovanni Martinelli.

id260643 1 Series 1, Number 2, Part 2 1963 June 12 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG104. Contents: Introduction; Ottorino Respighi: Feste Romane.

id260644 1 Series 1, Number 3, Part 1 1963 June 19 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG105. Contents: Introduction; Excerpt from November 1949 rehearsal of Edward Elgar's Enigma Variations; Carl Maria von Weber's Overture to Der Freischutz; Conclusion: Ben Grauer interview with Eugene Ormandy, conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra.

id260645 1 Series 1, Number 3, Part 2 1963 June 19 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG106. Contents: Edward Elgar: Enigma Variations.

id260646 1 Series 1, Number 4, Part 1 1963 June 26 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG107. Contents: Giuseppe Verdi: Aida, up to intermission.

id260647 1 Series 1, Number 4, Part 2 1963 June 26 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG108. Contents: Interview with Mrs. Elearnor Belmont (wife of August), founder and President Emeritus of Metropolitan Opera Guild; final scene from Aida; Tribute to Toscanini by Consul General of Italy to New York.

id260648 1 Series 1, Number 5, Part 1 1963 July 3 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG109. Contents: Introduction; John Philip Sousa: Stars and Stripes Forever; George Gerswhin: American in Paris - introduction and performance.

id260649 1 Series 1, Number 5, Part 2 1963 July 3 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG110. Contents: Recollections of Toscanini; Ferde Grofe: The Grand Canyon Suite; Toscanini's arrangement of the Star-Spangled Banner; Closing remarks.

id260650 1 Series 1, Number 6, Part 1 1963 July 10 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG111. Contents: Introduction; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 40 in G Major, K. 550; Intermission

id260651 1 Series 1, Number 6, Part 2 1963 July 10 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG112. Contents: Interview with Harold Taubman; Rehearsal of Sergei Prokofiev's Classical Symphony; Closing remarks.

id260652 1 Series 1, Number 7, Part 1 1963 July 17 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG113. Contents: Introduction; Anatoly Lyadov: Kiki Mora; Interview with Mrs. Lionello Perera; Introduction of Modest Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition.

id260653 1 Series 1, Number 7, Part 2 1963 July 17 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG114. Contents: Introduction; Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition.

id260654 1 Series 1, Number 8, Part 1 1963 July 24 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG115.Contents: Introduction; Richard Strauss: Don Juan.

id260655 1 Series 1, Number 8, Part 2 1963 July 24 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG116. Contents: Interview with Carl Glassman; Maurice Ravel: Daphnis et Chloe; Concluding remarks.

id260656 1 Series 1, Number 9, Part 1 1963 July 31 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG117. Contents: Gioachino Rossini: Overture to Semiramide; Interview with cellist Gregor Piatigorsky.

id260657 1 Series 1, Number 9, Part 2 1963 July 31 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG118. Contents: Robert Schumann: Symphony No. 3, "Rhenish"; Closing remarks.

id260658 1 Series 1, Number 10, Part 1 1963 August 7 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG119. Contents: Introduction; Gioachino Rossini: Overture to Il signor bruschino; Georges Bizet: Carmen Suite No. 1; Emile Waldteufel: Skater's Waltz, arranged by Toscanini.

id260659 1 Series 1, Number 10, Part 2 1963 August 7 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG120. Contents: Interview with wrestler Antonino Rocca; Niccolo Paganini: Moto perpetuo; Carl Maria von Weber: Invitation to the Dance.

id260660 1 Series 1, Number 11, Part 1 1963 August 14 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG121. Contents: Introduction; Ludwig van Beethoven: Egmont Overture; Interview with Richard Moore, director of Red Seal division of RCA Victor; Finale to Beethoven's Symphony No. 5, performed by La Scala Orchestra and recorded in December, 1920 in Camden, New Jersey for Victor Talking Machines.

id260661 1 Series 1, Number 11, Part 2 1963 August 14 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG122. Contents: Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 5; Closing remarks.

id260662 1 Series 1, Number 12, Part 1 1963 August 21 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG123. Contents: Ludwig van Beethoven: Leonore Overture No. 3; Conversation with Al Walker, Toscanini's personal assistant of 18 years.

id260663 1 Series 1, Number 12, Part 2 1963 August 21 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG124. Contents: Joseph Haydn: Symphony No. 88; Rehearsal excerpts showing Toscanini's vocal demonstrations for musicians.

id260664 1 Series 1, Number 13, Part 1 1963 August 28 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG125. Contents: Introduction; Richard Wagner: Prelude to Act III of Lohengrin; Wagner: "Dawn" and "Siegfried's Rhine Journey" from Die Gotterdammerung; Intermission, interview with Jimmy Dolan, NBC Orchestra librarian.

id260665 1 Series 1, Number 13, Part 2 1963 August 28 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG126. Contents: Richard Wagner: Prelude to Act III of Die Walkure; Prelude to the Kiss of Death from Tristan und Isolde; Closing remarks.

id260666 1 Number 14, Part 1 1963 September 4 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG127. Contents: Introduction; Johannes Brahms: Variations ona Theme of Haydn; Recollections of Toscanini with Alfredo Antonini, NBC musical director and conductor of the Tampa Symphony Orchestra.

id260667 1 Number 14, Part 2 1963 September 4 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG128. Contents: Rehearsal excerpts and performance of orchestral suite from Zoltan Kodaly's opera Hary Janos; Closing remarks.

id260668 1 Number 15, Part 1 1963 September 11 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG129. Contents: Introduction; Giuseppe Verdi: highlights from Falstaff; Recollections of rehearsals with Maestro Toscanini with singer Norman Scott.

id260669 1 Number 15, Part 2 1963 September 11 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG130. Contents: Giuseppe Verdi: Falstaff, Act III, Scene 2; Concluding remarks.

id260670 1 Series 2, Number 16, Part 1 1963 September 18 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG131. Contents: Gioachino Rossini: William Tell Overture; Johann Strauss II: Blue Danube Waltz; Introduction of Andre Kostelanetz, friend and colleague of Toscanini.

id260671 1 Series 2, Number 16, Part 2 1963 September 18 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG132. Contents: Andre Kostelanetz discusses Toscanini's memory, rehearsals, contacts with Toscanini, personality, other recollections; Johannes Brahms: Hungarian Dances; Jean Sibelius: Finlandia; Closing music.

id260672 1 Series 2, Number 17, Part 2 1963 September 25 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG133. Contents: Ottorino Respighi: The Pines of Rome; Closing remarks. Whereabouts of part 1 are unknown.

id260673 1 Series 2, Number 18, Part 1 1963 October 2 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG134. Contents: Introduction; Carl Maria von Weber: Oberon Overture; Prelude to Engelbert Humperdinck's Hansel und Gretel; Intermission: Conversation with Leslie Epstein.

id260674 1 Series 2, Number 18, Part 2 1963 October 2 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG135. Contents: Introduction of Franz Schubert's Symphony No. 5; Conclusion; Closing remarks.

id260675 1 Series 2, Number 19, Part 1 1963 October 9 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG136. Contents: Introduction; Giussepe Verdi: Te Deum with Nicola Moscona and the Robert Shaw Chorale; Recollections of Toscanini's relationship with Verdi on the 150th anniversary of Verdi's birth.

id260676 1 Series 2, Number 19, Part 2 1963 October 9 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG137. Contents: Rehearsal excerpts, commentary of Walter Toscanini and Lionello Perera; Libera me from Giuseppe Verdi's Requiem; Closing remarks.

id260677 1 Series 2, Number 20, Part 1 1963 October 16 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG138. Contents: Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 9, first movement; Intermission, interview with Samuel Chotzinoff; Conversation with Mischa Mischakoff, Samuel Chotzinoff, Edward Block, and Richard Moore about Toscanini and Beethoven's Ninth Symphony.

id260678 1 Series 2, Number 21, Part 1 1963 October 16 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG139. Contents: Giuseppe Verdi: La Traviata.

id260679 1 Series 2, Number 20, Part 2 1963 October 23 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG140. Contents: Introduction; Ludwig van Beethoven, Symphony No. 9, fourth movement, conducted by Arturo Toscanini; Closing remarks.

id260680 1 Series 2, Number 21, Part 2 1963 October 23 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG141. Contents: Intermission interview with Robert Merrill; Giuseppe Verdi: highlights from Act III of La Traviata; Closing remarks.

id260681 1 Series 2, Number 22, Part 1 1963 October 30 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG142. Contents: Introduction: Camille Saint-Saens: Danse macabre; Hector Berlioz: Queen Mab Scherzo from Romeo and Juliet; Intermission, interview with photographer Robert Hupka.

id260682 1 Series 2, Number 22, Part 2 1963 October 30 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG143. Contents: Alfredo Catalani: Dance of the Water Nymphs; Paul Dukas: Sorcerer's Apprentice; Conclusion, closing remarks.

id260683 1 Series 2, Number 23, Part 1 1963 November 6 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG144. Contents: Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky: Romeo and Juliet; Conversation with Aaron Copland about American and European musical styles.

id260684 1 Series 2, Number 23, Part 2 1963 November 6 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG145. Contents: Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky: selections from the Nutcracker Suite; Commentary about Toscanini's programming of Tchaikovsky's works; Finale from Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 6; Closing remarks.

id260685 1 Series 2, Number 24, Part 1 1963 November 13 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG146. Contents: Introduction: Richard Wagner: Prelude to Act I of Die Meistersinger; Excerpts from NBC Symphony Orchestra debut concert, conversation with Samuel Chotzinoff, NBC Director of Music and Toscanini biographer.

id260686 1 Series 2, Number 24, Part 2 1963 November 13 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG147. Contents: Ludwig Van Beethoven: Symphony No. 8; Closing remarks.

id260687 1 Series 2, Number 25, Part 1 1963 November 20 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG148. Contents: Ludwig Van Beethoven: highlights from Act I of Fidelio.

id260688 1 Series 2, Number 25, Part 2 1963 November 20 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG149. Contents: Interrmission commentary by soprano Lotte Lehmann; Ludwig van Beethoven: highlights from Act II of Fidelio; Closing remarks.

id260689 1 Series 2, Number 26, Part 1 1963 November 27 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG150. Contents: Introduction; Richard Wagner: The Forest Murmurs from Siegfried; Intntermission, interview with soprano Rose Bampton; Return from intermission.

id260690 1 Series 2, Number 26, Part 2 1963 November 27 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG151. Contents: Richard Wagner: Prelude to Parsifal; Interview segments; Closing music.

id260691 1 Series 3, Number 27, Part 1 1963 December 4 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG152. Contents: Gioachino Rossini: Overture to La Gazza Ladra; interview with conductor Howard Barlow.

id260692 1 Series 3, Number 27, Part 2 1963 December 4 Scope and Contents

Numbered DG153. Contents: Joseph Haydn: Symphony No. 101, "The Clock." "DG" numbering ends with this item.

id260693 1 Series 3, Number 28, Part 1 1963 December 11 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Cesar Franck: Psyche and Eros; Bedrich Smetana: The Moldau; interview with Ira Hirschmann, friend of Toscanini.

id260694 1 Series 3, Number 28, Part 2 1963 December 11 Scope and Contents

Contents: Ottorino Respighi: The Fountains of Rome; Don Gillis, producer, discusses the program and its listeners, Toscanini history and collection; Closing remarks; Closing music.

id260695 1 Series 3, Number 29, Part 1 1963 December 18 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Franz Schubert: Symphony No. 8 ("Unfinished"); Ben Grauer.

id260696 1 Series 3, Number 29, Part 2 1963 December 18 Scope and Contents

Contents: "mistake"; Intermission interview with operatic bass Jerome Hines; Richard Wagner: Siegfried Idyll; Conclusion.

id260697 1 Series 3, Number 30, Part 1 1963 December 25 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky: excerpts from The Nutcracker Suite; Intermission conversation with Marcia Davenport.

id260698 1 Series 3, Number 30, Part 2 1963 December 25 Scope and Contents

Contents: Interview clips with David Sarnoff, Mischa Mischakoff, Joseph Kahn, Carl Glassman, and Marcia Davenport; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 40 in G minor, K. 550; Closing remarks.

id260699 1 Series 3, Number 31, Part 1 1964 January 1 Scope and Contents

Contents: discarded track; Introduction; Ludwig Van Beethoven, String Quartet No. 16 in F major, Op. 135 - third and second movements; Intermission, interview with Eugenia Gale, personal secretary to Toscanini and his family.

id260700 1 Series 3, Number 32, Part 1 1964 January 8 Scope and Contents

Contents: Ludwig van Beethoven: Leonore Overture No. 3; Samuel Barber: Adagio for Strings

id260701 1 Series 3, Number 33, Part 1 1964 January 15 Scope and Contents

Contents: Claude Debussy: Images pour orchestre, II. Iberia.

id260702 1 Series 3, Number 33, Part 2 1964 January 15 Scope and Contents

Contents: Personal recollections by Walfredo Toscanini, Arturo Toscanini's grandson; Richard Wagner: Death and funeral from Die Gotterdammerung; Closing remarks; comments from librarian Jimmy Dolan, Lottie Lehmann; Eugene Ormandy, and David Sarnoff; Closing music.

id260703 1 Series 3, Number 34, Part 1 1964 January 22 Scope and Contents

Contents: Carl Maria von Weber: Overture to Euryanthe; Alfredo Catalani: Prelude to Act IV of La Wally; interview with Milton Katims, conductor, on Toscanini's influences and his own recollections; discussion of tempo, rehearsals, conducting techniques, and personal memories.

id260704 1 Series 3, Number 34, Part 2 1964 January 22 Scope and Contents

Contents: M.I. (Mikhail Ivanovich) Glinka: Kamarinskaya; Richard Strauss: Til Eulenspiegel.

id260705 1 Series 3, Number 35, Part 1 1964 January 29 Scope and Contents

Contents: Ludwig van Beethoven: Consecration of the House; discussion with Winifrid Pelletier.

id260706 1 Series 3, Number 35, Part 2 1964 January 29 Scope and Contents

Contents: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Divertimento No. 15 for 2 Horns and Strings, K. 287.

id260707 1 Series 3, Number 36, Part 1 1964 February 5 Scope and Contents

Contents: Ludwig van Beethoven: Coriolan Overture; interview with Ania Dorfmann, recounting her first meeting with Toscanini, performances, recordings, and other recollections.

id260708 1 Series 3, Number 36, Part 2 1964 February 5 Scope and Contents

Contents: Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano concerto No. 1 in G Major, Op. 15; Conclusion.

id260709 1 Series 3, Number 37, Part 1 1964 February 12 Scope and Contents

Contents: Franz von Suppe: Poet and Peasant Overture; interview with recording engineer John Corbett.

id260710 1 Series 3, Number 37, Part 2 1964 February 12 Scope and Contents

Contents: Felix Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 4, Op. 90 ("Italian Symphony").

id260711 1 Series 3, Number 38, Parts 1 and 2 1964 February 19 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Richard Wagner: Faust Overture; Intermission, interview with conductor Frank Brieff; Beethoven Symphony No. 5; Conclusion.

id260712 1 Series 3, Number 39, Part 1 1964 February 26 Scope and Contents

Contents: Giacomo Puccini: highlights from Acts I and II of La Boheme - 50th anniversary performance.

id260713 1 Series 3, Number 39, Part 2 1964 February 26 Scope and Contents

Contents: Interview with Madame Licia Albanese, with her recollections of working with Toscanini on La Boheme, and at home; Giacomo Puccini: highlights from Acts III and IV of La Boheme; Closing remarks.

id260714 1 Series 4, Number 40, Part 1 1964 March 4 Scope and Contents

Contents: Luigi Cherubini: Anacreon Overture; NBC Radio Executive Vice President William K. McDaniel addresses the the public and discusses the program, Best Music Program of 1963; Bernard Wagenaar discusses his second symphony, rehearsal techniques, and personal recollections; Cherubini: Symphony in D Major; Closing remarks.

id260715 1 Series 4, Number 41, Part 1 1964 March 11 Scope and Contents

Contents: Johannes Brahms, Academic Festival Overture; Christoph Willibald Gluck: Overture to Iphigenie en Aulide; Intermission, interview with George Marek about new album of Toscanini conducting overtures; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Overture to Don Giovanni; Brahms: Tragic Overture.

id260716 1 Series 4, Number 42, Part 1 1964 March 18 Scope and Contents

Contents: Giuseppe Verdi: highlights from Acts I and II of Un Ballo in Maschera; pause for station identification.

id260717 1 Series 4, Number 42, Part 2 1964 March 18 Scope and Contents

Contents: Interview with Don Gillis on the death of Rosa Raisa; excerpts of Ben Grauer's interview with Raisa; continued highlights from Giuseppe Verdi's Un Ballo in Maschera.

id260718 1 Series 4, Number 43, Part 1 1964 March 25 Scope and Contents

Contents: Giuseppe Verdi: Overture to La Forza del Destino; interview with Robert Wogan, NBC radio vice president in charge of programming; Alfredo Catalani: Dance of the Water Nymphs.

id260719 1 Series 4, Number 43, Part 2 1964 March 25 Scope and Contents

Contents: "Toscanini: the Parma years"; Giuseppe Martucci: Novelletta; Interview with Walfredo Toscanini; Conclusion.

id260720 1 Series 4, Number 44, Part 1 1964 April 1 Scope and Contents

Contents: Gioachino Rossini: L'italiana in Algeri - April 14, 1950 recording at Carnegie Hall; Intermission, interview with Francis Robinson of the Metropolitan Opera.

id260721 1 Series 4, Number 44, Part 2 1964 April 1 Scope and Contents

Contents: Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 4; Conclusion.

id260722 1 Series 4, Number 45, Part 1 1964 April 8 Scope and Contents

Contents: Domenico Cimarosa: Overture to Il matrimonio segreto; Claude Debussy: Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun; Intermission, interview with Bruno Zirato, managing director of the New York Philharmonic.

id260723 1 Series 4, Number 45, Part 2 1964 April 8 Scope and Contents

Contents: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 35.

id260724 1 Series 4, Number 46, Part 1 1964 April 15 Scope and Contents

Contents: Gaetano Donizetti: Overture to Don Pasquale; Intermission, interview with Peter Wilhousky, former director of choral rehearsals.

id260725 1 Series 4, Number 46, Part 2 1964 April 15 Scope and Contents

Contents: Giuseppi Verdi: Act IV of Rigoletto.

id260726 1 Series 4, Number 47, Part 1 1964 April 22 Scope and Contents

Contents: Jean Sibelius: The Swan of Tuonela; "The Eloquent Baton" feature.

id260727 1 Series 4, Number 47, Part 2 1964 April 22 Scope and Contents

Contents: Maurice Ravel: Daphnis et Chloe Suite; Conclusion.

id260728 1 Series 4, Number 48, Part 1 1964 April 29 Scope and Contents

Contents: Luigi Cherubini: Requiem in C Minor: I. Introit and Kyrie; II. Graduale; III. Dies Irae.

id260729 1 Series 4, Number 48, Part 2 1964 April 29 Scope and Contents

Contents: Interview with Dave Garroway; continuation of Luigi Cherubini's Requiem in C Minor, beginning with IV. Offertorium.

id260730 1 Series 4, Number 49, Part 1 1964 May 6 Scope and Contents

Contents: Felix Mendelssohn: Overture to A Midsummer Night's Dream; interview with Walter Legge - director of the Philharmonia Orchestra.

id260731 1 Series 4, Number 49, Part 2 1964 May 6 Scope and Contents

Contents: Richard Wagner: Die Walkure, Act I, Scene III, performed February 24, 1941 by the NBC Orchestra, under the direction of Arturo Toscanini.

id260732 1 Series 4, Number 50, Part 1 1964 May 13 Scope and Contents

Contents: Giuseppe Verdi: I vespri siciliani; interview with Edwin Bachman, friend of Toscanini and longtime orchestra member.

id260733 1 Series 4, Number 50, Part 2 1964 May 13 Scope and Contents

Contents: Felix Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 5, "The Reformation."

id260734 1 Series 4, Number 51 1964 May 20 Scope and Contents

Contents: Robert Schumann: Overture to Manfred; Interview with conductor Herbert Grossman; Responses to listener mail; pause for station identification; Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky: Manfred Symphony, first two movements.

id260735 1 Series 4, Number 52, Part 1 1964 May 27 Scope and Contents

Contents: Luigi Cherubini: Ali Baba Overture; Giuseppe Verdi: Trio from Act III of I Lombardi.

id260736 1 Series 4, Number 52, Part 2 1964 May 27 Scope and Contents

Contents: Interview with soprano Vivian Della Chiesa; Giuseppe Verdi: Hymn of the Nations.

id260737 1 Series 5, Number 53, Part 1 1964 June 3 Scope and Contents

Contents: Hector Berlioz: Roman Carnival Overture; M.I. (Mikhail Ivanovich) Glinka: Kamarinskaya; Interview with Dr. Harold Spivacke, chair of the Library of Congress Music Division.

id260738 1 Series 5, Number 53, Part 2 1964 June 3 Scope and Contents

Contents: Claude Debussy: La Mer; clips of interviews from preceding year of programs, including Lotte Lehmann, Howard Taubman, Milton Katims, Morton Gould, Eugene Ormandy, and David Sarnoff

id260739 1 Series 5, Number 54, Part 1 1964 June 10 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; highlights from a 1952 rehearsal of Richard Strauss' Tod und Verklarung (Death and Transfiguration); performance of Tod und Verklarung; Conclusion.

id260740 1 Series 5, Number 55, Part 1 1964 June 17 Scope and Contents

Contents: Dmitri Kabalevsky: Colas Breugnon Overture; Interview with Leonard Meyers, NBC orchestra press secretary.

id260741 1 Series 5, Number 55, Part 2 1964 June 17 Scope and Contents

Contents: Modest Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition; Closing remarks.

id260742 1 Series 5, Number 56, Part 1 1964 June 24 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Giochino Rossini: Overture to The Barber of Seville; Richard Strauss: Overture to Til Eulenspiegel; Conclusion.

id260743 1 Series 5, Number 57, Part 1 1964 July 1 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Amilcare Ponchielli: Dance of the Hours; interview with Guilherme Figueiredo.

id260744 1 Series 5, Number 57, Part 2 1964 July 1 Scope and Contents

Contents: Rehearsal for Giuseppe Verdi's Aida; story of Toscanini's early conducting career in 1886. Disc would not play.

id260745 1 Series 5, Number 58 1964 July 8 Scope and Contents

Contents: Franz von Suppe: Poet and Peasant Overture; Hector Berlioz: Rakoczy March; interview with Dorothy Gordon (includes Gordon singing "Fa La Nanna"); Zoltan Kodaly: Hary Janos Suite; Closing remarks.

id260746 1 Series 5, Number 59 1964 July 22 Scope and Contents

Contents: Joseph Haydn: Symphony No. 94 in G ("Surprise" Symphony); interview with Mishel Piastro; Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky: Romeo and Juliet; closing remarks

id260747 1 Series 5, Number 60 1964 July 29 Scope and Contents

Contents: Ottorino Respighi: Fountains of Rome; interview with soprano Herva Nelli; Giuseppi Verdi: excerpts from Aida, A Masked Ball, and Otello; Closing remarks.

id260748 1 Series 5, Number 61 1964 August 5 Scope and Contents

Contents: Ludwig van Beethoven: Egmont Overture; Wagner: The Forest Murmurs from Siegfried; interview with Paul Creston; Franz Schubert: Symphony No. 8 in B minor ("Unfinished"), movements I and II.

id260749 1 Series 5, Number 62 1964 August 12 Scope and Contents

Contents: Jean Sibelius: Finlandia; Johannes Brahms: Hungarian Dances; Johann Strauss II: Blue Danube Waltz; interview with Edith Kusterman; Paul Dukas: The Sorcerer's Apprentice; Johann Strauss II: Tritsch Tratsch Polka.

id260750 1 Series 5, Number 63 1964 August 19 Scope and Contents

Contents: Richard Wagner: Prelude to Act III of Lohegrin; Bedrich Smetana: The Moldau; Interview with David Hall; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 40 in G Minor.

id260751 1 Series 5, Number 64 1964 September 2 Scope and Contents

Contents: Sergey Prokoviev: Symphony No. 1; Carl Maria von Weber: Invitation to the Dance; interview with Franco Colombo (former president of Recordi).

id260752 1 Series 5, Number 65 1964 September 9 Scope and Contents

Contents: Richard Wagner: Prelude to Act III of Lohegrin; Bedrich Smetana: The Moldau; Interview with David Hall; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 40 in G Minor. Label duplicates contents of Number 63.

id260753 1 Series 5, Number 66 1964 September 16 Scope and Contents

Contents: Gioachino Rossini: Overture to La Gazza Ladra; interview with Oreste Di Sevo; Robert Schumann: Symphony No. 3, "Rhenish."

id260754 2 704602 id260755 2 Series 5, Number 67 1964 September 23 Scope and Contents

Contents: Antonin Dvorak: New Worrld Symphony, movements I and II; interview with Elie Siegmeister; New World Symphony, movements III and IV; Closing remarks.

id260756 2 Series 5, Number 68 1964 September 30 Scope and Contents

Contents: Ottorino Respighi: Fountains of Rome; interview with director Bern Meyer; Meyer's interview with Respighi's widow, Elsa Respighi; Respighi: Pines of Rome.

id260757 2 Series 6, Number 69-70 1964 October 7; 1964 October 14 Scope and Contents

Contents: Ludwig van Beethoven: Egmont Overture; Interview with Winifred Cecil; Johannes Brahms: Hungarian Dances; Englebert Humperdinck: Prelude to Hansel und Gretel; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 35 in D major ("Haffner").

id260758 2 Series 6, Number 71 1964 October 21 Scope and Contents

Contents: Rehearsal excerpts from Hector Berlioz' Queen Mab Scherzo from Romeo et Juliette; performance of Queen Mab Scherzo.

id260759 2 Series 6, Number 72 1964 October 28 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction: Giuseppe Verdi: Overture to La Forza del Destino; Interview with Jan Peerce; performances by Peerce in Giacomo Puccini's La Boheme and La Traviata; Closing.

id260760 2 Series 6, Number 73 1964 November 4 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Amilcare Ponchielli: Dance of the Hours; Johannes Brahms: Variations on a Theme By Haydn; Closing.

id260761 2 Series 6, Number 74 1964 November 11 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Claude Debussy: Nuages; Tour of Toscanini's Riverdale home with Walter Toscanini, includes Don Gillis; Debussy: Fetes; Closing.

id260762 2 Series 6, Number 75 1964 November 18 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Giochino Rossini: Overture to Il Signor Bruschino; "Arturo Toscanini: The Parma Years"; Interview with Don Gillis; Toscanini improvising on piano; Toscanini's Scherzo for Orchestra.

id260763 2 Series 6, Number 76 1964 November 25 Scope and Contents

Contents: Hector Berlioz: Roman Carnival Overture; Interview with pianist Joseph Kahn; Cesar Franck: Psyche et Eros; Closing.

id260764 2 Series 6, Number 77 1964 December 2 Scope and Contents

Contents: Ferde Grofe: The Grand Canyon Suite - II. Painted Desert; Interview with Ferde Grofe; Grand Canyon Suite: III. On the Trail; IV. Sunset.

id260765 2 Series 6, Number 78 1964 December 9 Scope and Contents

Contents: Dmitri Kabalevsky: Colas Breugnon Overture; Interview with Leonard Meyers, NBC orchestra press secretary.

id260766 2 Series 6, Number 79 1964 December 16 Scope and Contents

Contents: Christoph Willibald Gluck: Orfeo ed Euridice, opening of Act II; Interview with soprano Bidu Sayao; Orfeo ed Euridice Act II: Dance of the Spirits; Closing.

id260767 2 Series 6, Number 80 1964 December 23 Scope and Contents

Contents: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Overture to The Marriage of Figaro; rehearsal excerpts (special feature: "Canta, canta"); Claude Debussy: Prelude to An Afternoon of a Faun; Closing.

id260768 2 Series 6, Number 81 1964 December 30 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction - Toscanini conducts concert favorites; Richard Wagner: Faust Overture; Samuel Barber: Adagio for Strings; J.S. Bach: Air on the G String; Johann Strauss II: Tritsch Tratsch Polka; Closing.

id260769 2 Series 6, Number 82 1965 January 6 Scope and Contents

Contents: Felix Mendelssohn: Scherzo from A Midsummer Night's Dream; discussion with Don Gillis; Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky: Romeo and Juliet; Closing.

id260770 2 Series 7, Number 83 1965 January 13 Scope and Contents

Contents: Opening lines by bass Jerome Hines; Richard Wagner: Siegfried's death and Funeral March; interview with Harvey Sachs; Closing, with Eugene Ormandy.

id260771 2 Series 7, Number 84 1965 January 20 Scope and Contents

Contents: Ferdinand Herold: Zampa Overture; Interview with soprano Jean Tennyson; Camille Saint-Saens: Danse Macabre; Closing.

id260772 2 Series 7, Number 85 1965 January 27 Scope and Contents

Contents: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Overture to The Marriage of Figaro; interview with tubist Joseph Novotny; Georges Bizet: Suite from Carmen, as performed at Carnegie Hall in 1952; Closing.

id260773 2 Series 7, Number 86 1965 February 3 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Interview with Fosca Crespi, stepdaughter of Giacomo Puccini; Rehearsal of Musetta's Waltz Scene for 50th anniversary of Puccini's La Boheme on February 1, 1946; Performance of Musetta's Waltz Scene (from Act II of La Boheme); Closing.

id260774 2 Series 7, Number 87 1965 February 10 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Giuseppe Verdi: Overture to Luisa Miller; Franz Schubert: Symphony No. 8 ("Unfinished"); Closing.

id260775 2 Series 7, Number 88 1965 February 17 Scope and Contents

Contents: Franz von Suppe: Poet and Peasant Overture; Interview with chauffeur Luigi Gaddoni; Carl Maria von Weber: Invitation to the Dance; Closing.

id260776 2 Series 7, Number 89 1965 February 24 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Gioachino Rossini: Overture to Il Signor Bruschino; Tour of Toscanini home in Milan with daughter Wally; Jean Sibelius: Finlandia; Closing.

id260777 2 Series 7, Number 90 1965 March 3 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction: Rehearsal for Claude Debussy's La Mer; Performance of La Mer - I. De l'aube

id260778 2 Series 7, Number 91 1965 March 10 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Domenico Cimarosa: Overture to Il matrimonio segreto; Interview with Dr. Harry Gross; Richard Wagner: Good Friday music from Parsifal; Closing.

id260779 2 Series 7, Number 92 1965 March 17 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Hector Berlioz: Rakoczy March; Interview with Frank Falcone, trumpet; Sergey Prokofiev: Symphony No. 1; Closing.

id260780 2 Series 7, Number 93 1965 March 24 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Feature "The Years in Between"; Interview with Walter Toscanini; Closing.

id260781 2 Series 7, Number 94 1965 March 31 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Carl Maria von Weber: Overture to Oberon; Richard Strauss: Don Juan; Closing.

id260782 2 Series 8, Number 95 1965 April 7 Scope and Contents

Contents: Luigi Cherubini: Ali Baba Overture; Interview with Massimo Freccia; Paul Dukas: The Sorcerer's Apprentice.

id260783 2 Series 8, Number 96 1965 April 14 Scope and Contents

Contents: Feature: "The Eloquent Baton" - Commentaries about Toscanini's conducting techniques from members of the NBC Symphony Orchestra and others. Numbering jumps to 101 with next item.

id260784 2 Series 8, Number 101 1965 May 19 Scope and Contents

Contents: Richard Wagner: Prelude to Act III of Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg; Interview with Ann "Cookie" Chotzinoff Grossman (daughter of Sam Chotzinoff); Wagner: Gotterdammerung - Dawn, and Siegfried's Journey.

id260785 2 Series 8, Number 102 1965 May 26 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Ludwig van Beethoven: Coriolan Overture; Interview with Edward Bloch; Bedrich Smetana: The Moldau; Closing.

id260786 2 Series 8, Number 103 1965 June 2 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Hector Berlioz: Roman Carnival Overture; interview with Robert Wogan; Johann Strauss II: Blue Danube Waltz; Strauss: Tritsch Tratsch Polka; Closing. This program marked the third anniversary of the first broadcast of Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend.

id260787 2 Series 8, Number 104 1965 June 9 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Johannes Brahms: Hungarian Dances; Interview with Harry Kugel (director of Kamp Kohut) and GIlman Collier (former camper); Richard Wagner: Ride of the Valkyries; Closing.

id260788 2 Series 8, Number 105 1965 June 16 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Visit to Casa Verdi, a home for elderly musicians (interviews with guide Senora Scalvini; conductor Giovanni Colucci; Signora Casazza); Giuseppe Verdi: Te Deum, with Robert Shaw Chorale; Closing.

id260789 2 Series 8, Number 106 1965 June 23 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Ambroise Thomas: Mignon Overture; Interview with Salvatore Baccaloni; Amilcare Ponchielli: Dance of the Hours; Closing.

id260790 2 Series 8, Number 107 1965 June 30 Scope and Contents

Contents: Part IV: La Scala - The Golden Years, with Walter Toscanini; Closing.

id260791 2 Series 9, Number 108 1965 July 7 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Ludwig van Beethoven: Overture to The Creatures of Prometheus; Interview with David Weber, clarinetist; Gioachino Rossini: Semiramide Overture; Closing.

id260792 2 Series 9, Number 109 1965 July 14 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Contents: Dmitri Kabalevsky: Colas Breugnon Overture; Ottorino Respighi: The Pines of Rome; Cosing.

id260793 2 Series 9, Number 110 1965 July 21 Scope and Contents

Contents: Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky: Overture to the Nutcracker Suite; Alfredo Catalani: Dance of the Water Nymphs from Loreley; Interview with John Freeman, editor of Opera News; Emile Waldteufel: The Skater's Waltz; Closing.

id260794 2 Series 9, Number 111 1965 July 28 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Modest Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition; Interview with Don Gillis about his Symphony 5 1/2; performance of Gillis Symphony 5 1/2; Closing

id260795 2 Series 9, Number 112 1965 August 4 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Ferde Grofe: On the Trail from Grand Canyon Suite; Modest Mussorgsky: Ballet of the Unhatched Chicks from Pictures at an Exhibition; Interview with Edwin Marshall, former CBS radio producer; Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky: Waltz of the Flowers from the Nutcracker Suite.

id260796 2 Series 9, Number 113 1965 August 11 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Rehearsal for Maurice Ravel's Daphnis et Chloe; performance of Daphnis et Chloe, Suite No. 2; Closing.

id260797 2 Series 9, Number 114 1965 August 18 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky: Trepak from the Nutcracker Suite; Interview with Albert Sirmay (Szirmai); George Gershwin: An American in Paris; Closing.

id260798 2 Series 9, Number 115 1965 August 25 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Overture to Don Giovanni; Felix Mendelssohn: Scherzo from A Midsummer Night's Dream; Interview with violist Emanuel Vardi; M.I. (Mikhail Ivanovich) Glinka: Kamarinskaya; Closing.

id260799 2 Series 9, Number 116 1965 September 1 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction: Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky: March from the Nutcracker Suite; interview with Dr. Irvin Stein, MD; Gioachino Rossini: Overture to William Tell; John Philip Sousa: El Capitan; Closing.

id260800 2 Series 9, Number 117 1965 September 8 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Rehearsal for Ottorino Respighi's Fountains of Rome; performance of Fountains of Rome; Closing.

id260801 2 Series 9, Number 118 1965 September 15 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Niccolo Paganini: Perpetual Motion; "The Eyes of the Maestro" - interviews with Dr. Harry Gross, Walter Toscanini, Rose Bampton; Anatoly Lydadov: Kikimora; Closing.

id260802 2 Series 9, Number 119 1965 September 22 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction with quotation from Robert Charles Marsh; Felix Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 4 ("Italian" Symphony); Closing.

id260803 2 Series 9, Number 120 1965 September 29 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; "Arturo Toscanini: The Debut Years"; Rehearsal with NBC Symphony for Giuseppe Verdi's Aida.

id260804 2 Series 10, Number 121 1965 October 6 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Carl Maria von Weber: Overture to Die Freischutz; Interview with Robert Shaw; Arrigo Boito: Prelude to Mefistofele with the Robert Shaw Chorale, Nicola Moscona, and The Columbus Boychoir; Closing.

id260805 2 Series 10, Number 122 1965 October 13 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Luigi Cherubini: Symphony in D - rehearsal and performance for each movement; Closing.

id260806 2 Series 10, Number 123 1965 October 20 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Robert Schumann: Manfred Overture; Interview with trombonist Abe Pearlstein; Ottorino Respighi: Feste Romane; Closing.

id260807 2 Series 10, Number 124 1965 October 27 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Johannes Brahms: Academic Festival Overture; Interview with bassoonist Hugo Burghauser; Ludwig Van Beethoven: Symphony No. 1.

id260808 2 Series 10, Number 125 1965 November 3 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Felix Mendelssohn: Reformation Symphony - rehearsal and performance; Closing.

id260809 2 Series 10, Number 126 1965 November 10 Scope and Contents

Contents: Simulation of a broadcast program of NBC Symphony under Toscanini during the Golden Age of Radio; Richard Wagner: Prelude to Tristan und Isolde; station identification pause; Edward Elgar: Enigma Variations; Closing.

id260810 2 Series 10, Number 127 1965 November 17 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Hector Berlioz: Roman Carnival Overture; interview with William Paisley of NBC music library; Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 4; Closing.

id260811 2 Series 10, Number 128 1965 November 24 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Excerpts from rehearsals for Zoltan Kodaly's Hary Janos Suite; Interview with Zoltan Kodaly; performance of Hary Janos Suite; Closing.

id260812 2 Series 10, Number 130 1965 December 8 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Ludwig van Beethoven: Leonora Overture No. 3; station identification pause; "Maestro and His Singers"; Closing.

id260813 2 Series 10, Number 132 undated Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Richard Wagner: Faust Overture; Intermission, interview with conductor Frank Brieff; Beethoven Symphony No. 5; Closing.

id260814 2 Series 10, Number 133 1965 December 29 Scope and Contents

Contents: Carl Maria von Weber: Overture to Der Freischutz; station identification pause; Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 3.

id260815 2 Series 11, Number 135 1966 January 12 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Giuseppe Verdi: Requiem Mass with Dies Irae; Closing.

id260816 2 Series 11, Number 136 1966 January 19 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Christoph Willibald Gluck: Overture to Iphegeneia in Aulis; Paul Dukas: Sorcerer's Apprentice; Johannes Brahms: Concerto for Violin and Cello - Mischa Mischakoff, violin, and Frank Miller, cello; Closing.

id260817 2 Series 11, Number 137 1966 January 26 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Giuseppe Verdi: Te Deum from Quattro Pezzi Sacri; station identification pause; featured section "The Verdi Years" with comments by Mrs. Lionello Pererra, Don Gillis, and Walter Toscanini; Verdi: Hymn of the Nations, with Jan Peerce and the Westminster choir.

id260818 2 Series 11, Number 138 1966 February 2 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Franz von Suppe: Poet and Peasant Overture; interview with Wallace McGill; Edward Elgar: Enigma Variations; Closing.

id260819 2 Series 11, Number 139 1966 February 9 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Richard Strauss: Death and Transfiguration - opening excerpt, rehearsal, full performance; Closing

id260820 2 Series 11, Number 140 1966 February 16 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Giuseppe Verdi: Aida (with Richard Tucker); Interview with Richard Tucker; Aida excerpts; Aida act IV, final scene; Closing.

id260821 2 Series 11, Number 141 1966 February 23 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Sergei Prokofiev: Symphony No. 1; Interview with Robert Charles Marsh; Richard Strauss: Til Eulenspiegel; Closing.

id260822 2 Series 11, Number 142 1966 March 2 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Domenico Cimarosa: Overture to Il matrimonio per raggiro; Interview with Nicola Moscona; Giuseppe Verdi: Rigoletto, Act IV; Closing.

id260823 2 Series 11, Number 143 1966 March 9 Scope and Contents

Contents: Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky: Overture to Romeo and Juliet; station identification pause; Interview with Jennie Tourel; Maurice Ravel: Daphnis et Chloe.

id260824 2 Series 11, Number 144 1966 March 16 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Ludwig van Beethoven: Egmont Overture; Interview with Rudolph Ganz; Hector Berlioz: Queen Mab Scherzo from Romeo and Juliet - rehearsal and performance; Closing.

id260825 2 Series 11, Number 145 1966 March 23 Scope and Contents

Contents: Carl Maria von Weber: Overture to Euryanthe; Toscanini: The Metropolitan Years; Richard Wagner: Prelude to Act I of Der Meistersinger; Closing.

id260826 2 Series 11, Number 146 1966 March 30 Scope and Contents

Contents: Interview with Marcia Davenport; Amilcare Ponchielli: Dance of the Hours; Toscanini: The Metropolitan Years, Part II; Alfredo Catalani: Loreley; Closing.

id260827 2 Series 12, Number 147 1966 April 6 Scope and Contents

Contents: Gaetano Donizetti: Overture to Don Pasquale; Toscanini: The Metropolitan Years, Part III, by Don Gillis; Closing.

id260828 2 Series 12, Number 148 1966 April 13 Scope and Contents

Contents: Richard Wagner: Ride of the Valkyries from Die Walkure; Anatoly Lydadov: Kikimora; Camille Saint-Saens: Symphony No. 3.

id260829 2 Series 12, Number 149 1966 April 20 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Ludwig van Beethoven: selections from Act I of Fidelio; Interview with Eleanor Steber; Fidelio Act II with Rose Bampton, Jan Peerce, Nicola Moscona, Eleanor Steber, and others; Closing.

id260830 2 Series 12, Number 150 1966 April 27 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Richard Strauss: Don Juan; Ludwig van Beethoven: Concerto No. 4 in G major for piano and orchestra - Robert Serkin, piano; Closing.

id260831 2 Series 12, Number 151 1966 May 4 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Modest Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition - rehearsal and performance; Closing.

id260832 2 Series 12, Number 152 1966 May 11 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Luigi Cherubini: Ali Baba Overture; Interview with composer Vittorio Rieti; Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky: Concerto No. 1 in B-flat minor - Vladimir Horowitz, piano; Closing.

id260833 2 Series 12, Number 153 1966 May 18 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Richard Wagner: Prelude to Act III of Lohengrin; Emile Waldteufel: Skaters Waltz; "The eyes of the Maestro"; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 41 in C Major ("Jupiter"); Closing.

id260834 2 Series 12, Number 154 1966 May 25 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction: Luigi Cherubini: Anacreon Overture; Interview with bassist Michael Krasnopolsky; Joseph Haydn: Symphony No. 101 ("Clock" Symphony); Closing.

id260835 2 Series 12, Number 155 1966 June 1 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Christoph Willibald Gluck: Overture to Iphegeneia in Aulis; Interview with conductor Norman Leyden; Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 8 in F major; Closing.

id260836 2 Number 156 1966 June 8 Scope and Contents

Contents: Hector Berlioz: Roman Carnival Overture; Announcement by NBC Program Director Robert Wogan; reflections by Walter Toscanini; Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 5; Closing.

id260837 2 Number 157 1966 June 15 Scope and Contents

Contents: John Philip Sousa: Semper Fidelis; George Gershwin: An American in Paris; discussion of Toscanini and American composers; Ferde Grofe: On the Trail from Grand Canyon Suite; Don Gillis: Symphony No. 5 1/2; Closing.

id260838 2 Number 158 1966 June 22 Scope and Contents

Contents: Bedrich Smetana: The Moldau; station identification pause; Antonin Dvorak: New World Symphony; Closing

id260839 2 Number 159 1966 June 29 Scope and Contents

Contents: Giuseppe Verdi: Overture to La Forza del Destino; story of Toscanini's conducting debut; pause for station identification; Joseph Haydn: Symphony No. 88; Closing.

id260840 2 Series 13, Number 160 1966 July 6 Scope and Contents

Contents: Jean Sibelius: Finlandia; Felix Mendelssohn: A Midsummer Night's Dream; Interview with hornist Arthur Berv; station identification pause; Paul Dukas: Sorcerer's Apprentice; Georges Bizet: Suite No. 1 from Carmen; Closing.

id260841 2 Series 13, Number 161 1966 July 13 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Gioachino Rossini: William Tell Overture; Interview with train porter James Moon; Johann Strauss II: Blue Danube Waltz; Richard Wagner: Siegfried's Idyll; Closing.

id260842 2 Series 13, Number 162 1966 July 20 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Overture to the Marriage of Figaro; Claude Debussy: Iberia; station identification pause; NBC Orchestra rehearsal on November 17, 1949; Maurice Ravel: Daphnis et Chloe Suite No. 2; Closing.

id260843 2 Series 13, Number 163 1966 July 27 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Carl Maria von Weber: Der Freischutz; station identification pause; Richard Strauss: Don Quixote; Closing.

id260844 2 Series 13, Number 164 1966 August 3 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Ludwig van Beethoven: Egmont Overture; Interview with Mischa Mischakoff - former concertmaster - station identification pause; Johannes Brahms: Concerto for Violin and Cello; Closing.

id260845 2 Series 13, Number 165 1966 August 10 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Carl Maria von Weber: Overture to Euryanthe; Toscanini: The Parma Years; Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky: Overture Fantasy - Romeo and Juliet; Closing

id260846 2 Series 13, Number 166 1966 August 17 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Engelbert Humperdinck: Prelude to Hansel and Gretel; Johannes Brahms: Hungarian Dances No. 1, 17, 20, and 21; Interview with percussionist Sam Borodkin; Franz Schubert: Symphony No. 8 in B minor; Closing.

id260847 2 Series 13, Number 167 1966 August 24 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Robert Schumann: Manfred Overture; station identification pause; "The Eloquent Baton" - commentary on Toscanini's conducting; Giuseppe Verdi: Otello; Closing.

id260848 2 Series 13, Number 168 1966 August 31 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Claude Debussy: Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun; Interview with conductor Yuri Krasnapolsky; station identification pause; Felix Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 4 ("Italian"); Closing.

id260849 2 Series 13, Number 170 1966 September 14 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 6 - performance and rehearsal excerpts; Closing.

id260850 2 Series 13, Number 171 1966 September 21 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Gioachino Rossini: Overture to Il Signor Bruschino; Sergei Prokofiev: Symphony No. 1; Interview with trumpeter Harry Glantz; station identification pause; Richard Wagner: Prelude and Liebestod; Closing.

id260851 2 Series 14, Number 174 1966 October 12 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction: Luigi Cherubini: Symphony in D Major - rehearsal and performance; Closing

id260852 2 Series 14, Number 175 1966 October 19 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction: Ludwig van Beethoven: Overture to The Consecration of the House; Interview with the Albeneri Trio; Arrigo Boito: Prologue to Mefistofele; Closing.

id260853 2 Series 14, Number 176 1966 October 26 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Ludwig van Beethoven: Coriolan Overture; Cesar Franck: Psyche et Eros; Modest Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition; Closing.

id260854 2 Series 14, Number 177 1966 November 2 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Dmitri Kabalevsky: Overture to Colas Breugnon; station identification pause; Giuseppi Verdi: Rigoletto, Act IV.

id260855 2 Series 14, Number 178 1966 November 9 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Richard Wagner: Faust Overture; Interview with Harry Gross; Franz Schubert: Symphony No. 5; Closing.

id260856 2 Series 14, Number 179 1966 November 16 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Ambroise Thomas: Mignon Overture; Interview with Marziale Sisca; Edward Elgar: Enigma Variations; Closing.

id260857 2 Series 14, Number 180 1966 November 23 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Johannes Brahms: Variations on a Theme of Haydn; Interview with Lester Wallerstein (friend of Toscanini); Joseph Haydn: Symphony No. 104 ("Surprise"); Closing.

id260858 2 Series 14, Number 181 1966 November 30 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Hector Berlioz: Rakoczy March; station identification pause; Interview with Chet Hill; Ottorino Respighi: Pines of Rome; Closing.

id260859 2 Series 14, Number 182 1966 December 7 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction: Richard Strauss: Death and Transfiguration - rehearsal, station identification pause, performance; Closing.

id260860 2 Series 14, Number 183 1966 December 14 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction: Ludwig van Beethoven: Overture to The Creatures of Prometheus; Interview with Arthur Austin; station identification pause; Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 in A Major; Closing.

id260861 2 Series 14, Number 184 1966 December 21 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 40 in G minor; Christoph Willibald Gluck: Dance of the Blessed Spirits from Orfeo ed Euridice; station identification pause; Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky: Nutcracker Suite; Closing.

id260862 2 Series 14, Number 185 1966 December 28 Scope and Contents

Contents: Introduction; Amilcare Ponchielli: Dance of the Hours; station identification pause; commentary; closing.

id19566 The Centennial Series 1967 id19825 1967 January 4 Scope and Contents

Classical Symphony - Sergei Prokofiev; Enigma Variations - Edward Elgar; Interviews: Don Gillis (composer - producer) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19826 1967 January 11 Scope and Contents

Prelude to Act III of Lohengrin - Richard Wagner; Prelude to Parsifal - Richard Wagner; Prelude and Liebestod from Tristan und Isolde - Richard Wagner; Interview: Friedelind Wagner (granddaughter of Richard Wagner) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19827 1967 January 18 Scope and Contents

Arturo Toscanini - In Memoriam (1867-1957); Mass in C minor - Luigi Cherubini; Interview: Cardinal Spellman (Archbishop of New York) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19828 1967 January 25 Scope and Contents

Overture to Le Nozze di Figaro - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Concerto No. 1 for Bassoon and Orchestra - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Symphony No. 35 "Haffner" - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Interview: Ray Crissara (trumpet) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19829 1967 February 1 Scope and Contents

Leonore Overture No. III - Ludwig van Beethoven; Festa Romane - Ottorino Respighi; Interview: Erich Leinsdorf (conductor) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19830 1967 February 8 Scope and Contents

Highlights from La Bohème - Giacomo Puccini: Che gelida manina se la lasci riscaldar; Mi chiamo Mili, il pershe non so; O soave fanciulla; Musetta's Waltz; Mimi's Adagio and Quartet; Colline's Aria; Death of Mimi. Cast Includes: Ann McKnight, Nicola Moscona, Jan Peerce, Licia Albanese. Interview: Madame Fosca Crespi (step-daughter of Giacomo Puccini) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19831 1967 February 15 Scope and Contents

Overture to William Tell - Gioachino Rossini; Skater's Waltz - Emile Waldteufel; Ballabile and Triumphal March from Aida - Giuseppe Verdi; Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun - Claude Debussy; Dance of the Hours from La Giocanda - Amilcare Ponchielli; Interviews: Jerome Hines (bass), Eugene Ormandy (conductor), Vivian Della Chiesa (soprano), etc. Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19832 1967 February 22 Scope and Contents

All-American Program; An American in Paris - George Gershwin; On the Trail from The Grand Canyon Suite - Ferde Grofé; Symphony No. 5 1/2 for Fun - Don Gillis; Feature: Maestro and the American Composer Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19833 1967 March 1 Scope and Contents

Kindersinfonie or "Toy Symphony" - Leopold Mozart; Symphony No. 1 - Dmitri Shostakovich; Interview: Peter Delheim (RCA recording director) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19834 1967 March 8 Scope and Contents

Fêtes from Nocturnes - Claude Debussy; Pohjola's Daughter - Jean Sibelius; Symphony Concertante - Joseph Haydn; Interview: Walter Hendl (conductor) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19835 1967 March 15 Scope and Contents

Finlandia - Jean Sibelius; Symphony No. 2 in D major - Jean Sibelius; Interviews: Howard Taubman (music critic), Massimo Freccia (conductor) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19836 1967 March 22 Scope and Contents

Overture to La Forza del Destino - Giuseppe Verdi; Symphony No. 9, final movement - Ludwig van Beethoven; Feature: Arturo Toscanni - Portrait of a Century Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19837 1967 March 29 Scope and Contents

Egmont Overture - Ludwig van Beethoven; Invitation to the Dance - Carl Maria von Weber; Symphony No. 99 in E flat - Joseph Haydn; Interview: Hugh Ross (conductor) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19838 1967 April 5 Scope and Contents

Gesang der Parzen - Johannes Brahms; Hungarian Dances - Johannes Brahms; Serenade in A - Johannes Brahms Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19839 1967 April 12 Scope and Contents

The Moldau - Bedrich Smetana; Hary Janos Suite - Zoltan Kodaly; Feature: Rehearsal Outtakes http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc28261/

id19840 1967 April 19 Scope and Contents

Don Juan - Richard Strauss; Concerto No. IV in G major for piano and orchestra - Ludwig van Beethoven, soloist: Rudolf Serkin Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19841 1967 April 26 Scope and Contents

Daphnis et Chloé - Maurice Ravel; Concerto No. III in C minor for piano and orchestra - Ludwig van Beethoven; soloist: Artur Rubinstein Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19842 1967 May 3 Scope and Contents

Fountains of Rome - Ottorino Respighi; Concerto No. I in C major for piano and orchestra - Ludwig van Beethoven, soloist: Ania Dorfman Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19843 1967 May 10 Scope and Contents

Overture to The Creatures of Prometheus - Ludwig van Beethoven; Symphony No. 7 in A major - Ludwig van Beethoven; Interview: Sir Adrian Boult (conductor) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19844 1967 May 17 Scope and Contents

Highlights from Otello - Giuseppe Verdi: Brindisi Iago; Desdemona - Otello love duet; Recitativo and Iago's Credo; Ora e per sepre addio, sante memorie; Dio mi potevi scagliar tutti i mali della miseria; Recitativo: Mia madre evava una povera ancella; The Willow Song and Ave Maria; Niun mi tema, se ance armato mi vede. Cast: Herva Nelli, Nan Merriman, Ramon Vinay, Giuseppe Valdengo. Feature: Ben Grauer recounts stories of Toscanini at La Scala Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19845 1967 May 24 Scope and Contents

The Sorcerer's Apprentice - Paul Dukas; La Mer - Claude Debussy; Interview: Ernest Ansermet (conductor) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19846 1967 May 31 Scope and Contents

Psyché et Eros - Caesar Franck; Symphony No. III in F - Johannes Brahms; Feature: Ben Grauer talks about Toscanini and Brahms Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19847 1967 June 7 Scope and Contents

Roman Carnival Overture - Hector Berlioz; Blue Danube Waltz - Johann Strauss; Queen Mab Scherzo - Hector Berlioz; Feature: Rehearsal Outtakes; Interview: Robert Wogan (vice president of programming, NBC) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19848 1967 June 15 Scope and Contents

Overture to The Barber of Seville - Gioachino Rossini; Symphony No. 5 "Reformation" - Felix Mendelssohn; Interview: Dr. Dorman Winfrey (director, Texas State Library) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19849 1967 June 22 Scope and Contents

Image No. II: Iberia - Claude Debussy; Symphony No. III "Rhenish" - Robert Schumann Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19850 1967 June 29 Scope and Contents

Overture to Oberon - Carl Maria von Weber; Symphony No. II in D major - Ludwig van Beethoven; Interview: Dr. James Christian Pfohl (director, Reston Music Center) http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc28272/

id19851 1967 July 5 Scope and Contents

Dawn and Siegfried's Rhine Journey from Die Götterdämmerung - Richard Wagner; Symphony No. 9 "From the New World" - Antonín Dvorák Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19852 1967 July 12 Scope and Contents

Overture to Semiramide - Gioachino Rossini; Symphony No. 8 in F major - Ludwig van Beethoven; Interview: James Dickie (bassoon) Audio not available.

id19853 1967 July 19 Scope and Contents

The Moldau - Bedrich Smetana; Mefistofele Prologue - Arrigo Boto, soloist, Nicola Moscona; Interview: Mrs. Ernest Newman (widow of critic and author, Ernest Newman) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19854 1967 July 26 Scope and Contents

Overture to Midsummer Night's Dream - Felix Mendelssohn; Octet in E flat major for strings - Felix Mendelssohn; Interview: Daniel Guillet (concertmaster) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19855 1967 August 2 Scope and Contents

Overture to William Tell - Gioachino Rossini; Skater's Waltz - Emile Waldteufel; Moto Perpetuo - Nicolo Paganini; Symphony No. 8 "Unfinished" - Franz Schubert Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19856 1967 August 9 Scope and Contents

Overture to Der Freischütz - Carl Maria von Weber; Danse of the Water Nymphs - Alfredo Catalani; Symphony No. 39 in E flat major - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Interview: Kent Kennan (composer) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19857 1967 August 16 Scope and Contents

Overture to Anacreon - Luigi Cherubini; Symphony in D major - Luigi Cherubini; Interview: Mary Watkins Cushing (author) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19858 1967 August 23 Scope and Contents

Part I: Un Ballo in Maschera, Act I, Scene I - Giuseppe Verdi, Presented in Four Parts. Cast: Jan Peerce (Ricardo), Herva Nelli (Amelia), Robert Merrill (Renato) Clara Mae Turner (Ulrica), Virginia Haskins (Oscar), George Cehanovsky (Silvano) Nicola Moscona (Samuel), Norman Scott (Tom), Robert Shaw Chorale. Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19859 1967 August 30 Scope and Contents

Part II: Un Ballo in Maschera, Act I, Scene II - Giuseppe Verdi Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19860 1967 September 6 Scope and Contents

Part III: Un Ballo in Maschera, Act II - Giuseppe Verdi Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19861 1967 September 13 Scope and Contents

Part IV: Un Ballo in Maschera, Act III - Giuseppe Verdi. Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19862 1967 September 20 Scope and Contents

Overture to La Gazza Ladra - Gioachino Rossini; Concerto in D major for violin and orchestra - Ludwig van Beethoven; soloist, Jascha Heifetz Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19863 1967 September 27 Scope and Contents

Egmont Overture - Ludwig van Beethoven; Symphony No. 5 in C minor - Ludwig van Beethoven; Interview: Eugene Conley (tenor) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19864 1967 October 4 Scope and Contents

Academic Festival Overture - Johannes Brahms; Symphony No. 4 in E minor - Johannes Brahms Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19865 1967 October 11 Scope and Contents

Overture to Colas Breugnon - Dmitri Kabalevsky; Don Juan - Richard Strauss; Feature: The Eloquent Baton Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19866 1967 October 18 Scope and Contents

The Fountains of Rome - Ottorino Respighi; Concerto No. III in C minor for piano and orchestra - Ludwig van Beethoven, soloist, Arthur Rubinstein Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19867 1967 October 25 Scope and Contents

Variations on a Theme of Haydn - Johannes Brahms; Romeo and Juliet - Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky; Interview: John Plummer (NBC music librarian) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19868 1967 November 1 Scope and Contents

Manfred Overture - Robert Schumann; Feature: The Maestro and his Singers Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19869 1967 November 8 Scope and Contents

Prelude to Hansel und Gretel - Engelbert Humperdinck; Symphony No. 3 in F major - Johannes Brahms; Feature: Ben Grauer talks about the Maestro and Brahms Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19870 1967 November 15 Scope and Contents

Overture to Die Zauberflöte - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Suite No. 1 from Carmen - Georges Bizet; Till Eulenspiegel - Richard Strauss; Interview: Vittorio Rieti (composer) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19871 1967 November 22 Scope and Contents

Overture to Il Signore Bruschino - Gioachino Rossini; Symphony No. 94 in G major, "Surprise" - Joseph Haydn; La Mer - Claude Debussy Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19872 1967 November 29 Scope and Contents

Faust Overture - Richard Wagner; The Moldau - Bedrich Smetana; Finlandia - Jean Sibelius; Te Deum: Quatri Pezzi Sacri - Giacomo Puccini Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19873 1967 December 6 Scope and Contents

Overture to Der Freischütz - Carl Maria von Weber; Queen Mab Scherzo - Hector Berlioz; Suite No. II from Daphnis et Chloe - Maurice Ravel; Interview: Robert Simon (Manager of Carnegie Hall) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19874 1967 December 13 Scope and Contents

Symphony No. 4 "Italian" - Felix Mendelssohn; Arturo Toscanini: Portrait of a Legend - Don Gillis Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19875 1967 December 20 Scope and Contents

Overture to Il Signore Bruschino - Gioachino Rossini; Farandole from L'Arliesienne Suite No. 1 - Georges Bizet; Sorcerer's Apprentice - Paul Dukas; Interviews: Oreste di Savo (piccolo), Dr. Leonard Falcone (band director) Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id19876 1967 December 27 Scope and Contents

Roman Carnival Overture - Hector Berlioz; Symphony No. 9, final movement - Ludwig van Beethoven Click to listen online at the UNT Digital Library.

id160766 University of Georgia addition, July 2016 id160902 1 Scope and Contents

Barcode 707296.

id160906 1 Symphony No. 1 id160907 1 Symphony No. 2 id160908 1 The Man Who Invented Music id160909 1 Symphony No. 5 id160910 1 Symphony No. 5 1/2 id160911 1 Symphony No. 6 id160912 1 Symphony No. 7 id160913 1 Symphony No. 8 id160914 1 Symphony No. 9: A Star-Spangled Symphony id160915 1 Symphony No. 10: Symphony X id160916 1 Tulsa id160917 1 The Shepherd id160918 1 The Raven id160919 1 Alice in Orchestralia id160920 1 Down Beat id160921 1 Rhapsody for Harp and Orchestra id160922 1 The Encore Concerto id160923 1 Four Scenes from Yesterday id160924 1 The Coming of the King id160925 1 Seven Golden Texts id160926 1 Atlanta id160927 1 The Libretto, Part I id160928 1 The Libretto, Part II id160929 1 Pep Rally, Part I id160930 1 Pep Rally, Part II id160931 1 Pep Rally, Part III id160932 1 Thomas Wolfe, American id160933 1 The Alamo id160934 1 Three Sketches for Strings id160935 1 Woodwind Quintet No. 1 id160936 1 Woodwind Quintet No. 2 id160937 1 Woodwind Quintet No. 3 id160938 1 Amarillo id160939 1 This Is Our America id160940 1 Portrait of a Frontier Town id160941 1 Abe Lincoln at Gettysburg - 1863 id160942 1 Five Acre Pond id160943 1 Ceremony of Allegiance
id160903 2 Scope and Contents

Barcode 707298.

id160944 2 Fairy Tales, Part I id160945 2 Fairy Tales, Part II id160946 2 Ballet for Band id160947 2 A Short Overture id160948 2 Portrait of a City Made of Steel id160949 2 Men of Music id160950 2 Paul Bunyon id160951 2 America's Gifted Youth id160952 2 Waltz in Waltztime id160953 2 Dialogue for Trombone id160954 2 Night Before Christmas id160955 2 Strictly for Strads id160956 2 Cyclometrics Overture id160957 2 Recipe in Rhythm id160958 2 January February March id160959 2 Soliloquy for Strings id160960 2 Footsie id160961 2 Hymn Song for Sunday id160962 2 Unistrut id160963 2 Junior Hi Fi March id160964 2 Cracker Barrel March id160965 2 The Mighty Mac id160966 2 Bing Bang Bong id160967 2 Rompin Stomp id160968 2 Mister Big id160969 2 Shindig id160970 2 Saga of a Pioneer id160971 2 Sinfonia for Brass id160972 2 Land of Wheat id160973 2 Mandarin Dance id160974 2 Silhouettes id160975 2 Streamliner id160976 2 Retrospection id160977 2 To an Unknown Soldier id160978 2 Intermission... 10 Minutes id160979 2 Cathedral Square id160980 2 Adoration at Eventide id160981 2 Night Song
id160904 3 Scope and Contents

Barcode 707288.

id160982 3 Variations on a Kitchen Sink id160983 3 Lone Star id160984 3 Prayer for Peace id160985 3 Trumpet Quartet id160986 3 Equitable Score id160987 3 Assorted movie cues id160988 3 Air Force film id160989 3 Music to be Incidental By id160990 3 Bridal Suite, Part I id160991 3 Bridal Suite, Part II id160992 3 Minuet...cetera id160993 3 The Panhandle Suite id160994 3 The Wooly Worm id160995 3 Music to Be Interrupted id160996 3 Storytime id160997 3 Music for the Birds id160998 3 Bayou Song id160999 3 Three Time Blues id161000 3 Amon G. Carter March id161001 3 Touchtone Concerto - DBC [Dallas Baptist College] id161002 3 So They May Also Learn id161003 3 Rhapsody for Trumpet Scope and Contents

"Stereo master."

id161004 3 Symphonic Poem 1955 id161005 3 Let Us Pray id161006 3 Lonely Cowboy id161007 3 Concerto No. 2 for piano id161008 3 Sad Song id161009 3 Requiem for a Friend id161010 3 Little Overture id161011 3 Capitol I York id161012 3 Symphony No. 1 for band id161013 3 Twinkletoes Suite id161014 3 Symphony No. 2 for band id161015 3 Concerto for organ and band id161016 3 Etude in Stereophonics id161017 3 Bunker Hill - 1775 id161018 3 Tomorrow Is Today id161019 3 Psalm 23 id161020 3 Boogie in Brass
id160905 4 Scope and Contents

Barcode 707297.

id161023 4 As It Was in the Beginning id161024 4 Devotionals, Part I id161025 4 Devotionals, Part II id161026 4 Secret History id161027 4 This Solemn Hour id161061 4 Moonmist id161028 4 J.S. Bach id161029 4 Verdi Scope and Contents

"2 copies."

id161030 4 Dvorak Scope and Contents

"2 copies."

id161031 4 Grieg; Handel Scope and Contents

Music history series, Prof. Don Gillis.

id161032 4 Kodaly Scope and Contents

"1 copy."

id161033 4 Shostakovich id161034 4 Mendelssohn id161035 4 Ravel Scope and Contents

"2 copies."

id161036 4 Park Avenue Kids, Part I id161037 4 Park Avenue Kids, Part II id161038 4 Park Avenue Kids, Part III id161039 4 Chopin; Copland id175398 4 Symphony X Scope and Contents

Air Force Band. Gabriel, conducting.

id161040 4 Star Valley Junction Audition, Part I id161041 4 Star Valley Junction Audition, Part II id161042 4 Star Valley Junction Audition, Part III id161043 4 Rimsky-Korsakov; Rossini Scope and Contents

Music history series, Prof. Don Gillis.

id161044 4 The Nazarene, Part I id161045 4 The Nazarene, Part II id161046 4 Capitol I York - 2 cuts id161047 4 Instant Replay, Part I id161048 4 Instant Replay, Part II id161049 4 The Gift of the Magi id161050 4 The Man Who Invented Music - Air Force id161051 4 Joyful, Part I id161052 4 Joyful, Part II id161053 4 Symphony No. 5 1/2 id161054 4 Arturo Toscanini: A Portrait of a Century id161055 4 Gillis Scope and Contents

"2 copies."

id161056 4 Gershwin Scope and Contents

"2 copies."

id161062 4 Schubert; Sibelius Scope and Contents

20:10. Music history series, Prof. Don Gillis.

id161063 4 Taylor; Tchaikovsky Scope and Contents

Music history series, Prof. Don Gillis.

id207536 5 Scope and Contents

Barcode 713078.

id207537 5 The Coming of the King 1956 Scope and Contents

Vocal score. Mills Music.

id207538 5 Courthouse Square 1958 Scope and Contents

For oboe and orchestra. Score and parts. Second movement from "Four Scenes from Yesterday." Score and parts. Boosey & Hawkes.

id207539 5 From a Winter's Dream 1962 Scope and Contents

For clarinet and piano. Third movement from "Four Scenes from Yesterday." Score and parts. Boosey & Hawkes.

id207540 5 January February March 1959 Scope and Contents

For orchestra. Score and parts. Boosey & Hawkes. 2 copies.

id207541 6 Scope and Contents

Barcode 713079.

id207542 6 Land of Wheat: III. The Fields in Summer 1960 Scope and Contents

For band. N.A. Kjos Music Co. Score and parts. Includes added manuscript part for contrabass clarinet.

id207543 6 Land of Wheat: IV. The Lazy Days 1960 Scope and Contents

For band. N.A. Kjos Music Co. 2 sets of score and parts. Includes added manuscript part for contrabass clarinet.

id207544 7 Scope and Contents

Barcode 713080.

id207545 7 Land of Wheat: V. Thrashing Bee 1960 Scope and Contents

For band. N.A. Kjos Music Co. Score and parts. Includes added manuscript part for contrabass clarinet.

id207546 7 Land of Wheat: VI. Harvest Celebration 1960 Scope and Contents

For band. N.A. Kjos Music Co. Score and parts.

id207547 8 Scope and Contents

Barcode 713081.

id207548 8 Lone Star: A Rhapsody for Band 1966 Scope and Contents

Southern Music Co. Score and parts.

id207549 8 Scherzino for Strings 1956 Scope and Contents

For string orchestra, score only. Mills Music.

id207550 8 Short Overture to an Unwritten Opera 1946 Scope and Contents

For orchestra. Score and parts. Boosey & Hawkes. Stamped as being part of the NBC orchestra library.

id207551 8 Soliloquy for Strings 1958 Scope and Contents

Three copies of score plus set of score and parts. Interlochen Press.

id207552 8 Sonatina 2 1950 Scope and Contents

For B-flat trumpet quartet. Score and parts. Boosey & Hawkes.

id207553 9 Scope and Contents

Barcode 713082.

id207554 9 Strictly for Strads 1958 Scope and Contents

For string orchestra. 2 copies of score plus set of score and parts. Interlochen Press.

id207555 9 Suite No. 2 for Woodwind Quintet: Shadows; Sermonette 1956 Scope and Contents

Score and parts. Mills Music.

id207556 9 Three Sketches 1946 Scope and Contents

For string orchestra. Score and parts. Boosey & Hawkes.

id207557 9 Unistrut: Concert March 1958 Scope and Contents

For band. Condensed score and parts. Interlochen Press.

id261130 Addition 2009 Scope and Contents

Received from Barbara Gillis in Athens, Georgia.

id261166 1 Papers 726442 id261167 1 1 Tennessee 1970-1972 Scope and Contents

Correspondence with Baptist churches and organizations in Tennessee

id261168 1 2 Oklahoma 1972-1973 Scope and Contents

Correspondence with Baptist churches and organizations in Enid and Oklahoma City about performances of Gillis' "The Nazarene."

id261169 1 3 South Carolina 1970-1975 Scope and Contents

Correspondence, primarily with Baptist churches, with programs and newspaper clippings, about performances of The Nazarene.

id261170 1 4 Ohio 1970 Scope and Contents

Correspondence with Hillcrest Baptist Church, Carlisle, Ohio, about performances of The Nazarene.

id261171 1 5 New Mexico 1970, 1974 Scope and Contents

Correspondence with Baptist churches and organizations in New Mexico.

id261172 1 6 North Carolina 1970-1975 Scope and Contents

Correspondence with Baptist churches and organizations about performances of The Nazarene.

id261173 1 7 Missouri 1972-1983 Scope and Contents

Correspondence from Don and later Barbara Gillis with Baptist churches regarding performances of The Nazarene.

id261174 1 8 Mississippi 1971 Scope and Contents

Correspondence with Baptist churches regarding performances of The Nazarene.

id261175 1 9 Louisiana 1972 Scope and Contents

Correspondence with First United Methodist Church in Baton Rouge regarding performances of The Nazarene.

id261176 1 10 Kansas 1970-1971 Scope and Contents

Correspondence with Nall Avenue Baptist Church in Prairie Village regarding performances of The Nazarene.

id261177 1 11 Indiana 1969 Scope and Contents

Correspondence primarily with Bethel College regarding performances of The Nazarene.

id261178 1 12 Georgia 1970-1972 Scope and Contents

Correspondence with Baptist churches and organizations about performances of The Nazarene.

id261179 1 13 Florida 1972-1973 Scope and Contents

Correspondence regarding performances of The Nazarene, with newspaper excerpts and a performance program.

id261180 1 14 Colorado 1972-1982 Scope and Contents

Correspondence from Don and later Barbara Gillis regarding performances of The Nazarene, with newspaper excerpts, ticket stubs, and performance programs.

id261181 1 15 Canada 1970 Scope and Contents

Correspondence regarding the potential performance of The Nazarene in Canada, specifically in Calgary, Alberta.

id261182 1 16 California 1971 Scope and Contents

Correspondence regarding performances of The Nazarene, with newspaper excerpts.

id261183 1 17 Arkansas 1971, 1977 Scope and Contents

Correspondence regarding performances of The Nazarene, with 2 copies of a performance program.

id261184 1 18 Alabama 1970-1976 Scope and Contents

Correspondence regarding performances of The Nazarene.

id261185 1 19 Virginia 1971 Scope and Contents

Correspondence with First Baptist Church in Suffolk VA, regarding the performance of The Nazarene.

id261186 1 20 Texas 1969-1976 Scope and Contents

Correspondence regarding performances of The Nazarene, with newspaper excerpts and performance programs.

id261187 1 21 Portrait of a Frontier Town 1946-1950, 1961, 1968, 1973 Scope and Contents

List of works, correspondence, news articles, and performance programs related to Portrait of a Frontier Town.

id261188 1 22 Star Valley Junction: budget materials 1967-1968 Scope and Contents

Includes list of potential grant funders in Texas at that time.

id261189 1 23 Star Valley Junction: libretto, audition script 1967 id261190 1 24 Star Valley Junction: correspondence 1966-1971, 1980 Scope and Contents

1980 correspondence is with Barbara Gillis.

id261191 1 25 Pep Rally undated Scope and Contents

Performance photos, folded music manuscript pages 104-105, 112, 186, 187, and one without page number.

id261192 1 26 Idea - Opera undated id261193 1 27 Professional Experience Scope and Contents

Various resumes and related documents.

id261194 1 28 Music of Don Gillis Scope and Contents

Lists of works, synopsis for "Bridal Suite - A Musical in One Act."

id261195 1 29 Team Lists Scope and Contents

Lists of works, copyright registrations, publications and dates

id261196 1 30 NTSU Lists 1974 July 2. Scope and Contents

Two copies of "Music by Don Gillis," with note "These tapes are prepared especially for North Texas State University." Includes an index of music by reel number, program notes, and alphabetical listing of compositions included.

id261197 1 31 Lists of Music by Gillis id261198 1 32 Music by Don Gillis Scope and Contents

Numerous stapled copies of lists.

id261199 2 Reel-to-reel audio tapes 726441 Scope and Contents

This box contains 10-inch reel-to-reel audio tapes. Title from spine label unless otherwise noted.

id261200 2 Compositions by Arturo Toscanini 1967 February 6 Scope and Contents

Three compositions by Arturo Toscanini: V'Amo; L'Autumno; Berceuse. Arthur Warren, tenor; Joseph Kahn, piano. Recorded at Plaza Sound Studios.

id261201 2 Compositions by Arturo Toscanini 1967 February 6 Scope and Contents

Mono, 7.5 ips. Arthur Warren, tenor; Joseph Kahn, piano.

id261202 2 NBC Symphony: Don Gillis conducting 1953 June 20 Scope and Contents

Container: Henry Sopkin: Atlanta Suite; Harp Rhapsody ("premiere with Vito"); Shindig. Tape label: Park Ave. Kids part I.

id261203 2 Toscanini: The Man Behind the Legend - Series 2, Number 17, Part 1 1963 September 25 Scope and Contents

Reel has "NTSU" sticker.

id261204 2 NBC Summer Symphony 1953 June 20 Scope and Contents

Dubbed November 18, 1967.

id261205 2 Walter Toscanini and Don Gillis discuss Verdi Scope and Contents

"Toscanini conversation."

id261206 2 Toscanini rehearsal: Don Gillis' Symphony 5 1/2, part B 1947 September 18. Scope and Contents

"Part I - 3rd movement detailed rehearsals; 3rd movement no stops; Part II - 4th movement from beginning, few stops."

id261207 2 1st NBC broadcast, part 1 1937 id261208 2 1st NBC broadcast, part 2 1937 id261209 2 Special tribute to Toscanini Scope and Contents

Reel "out takes." Unclear if re-used reel or if contents are outtakes.

id261210 2 Toscanini and Grossman; Toscanini and Herva Nelli Scope and Contents

Back of container: Instant Replay, premiere recording, Saturday, March 19, 1977. Reel: "Grauer [illegible]."

id261211 2 Rehearsal 1967 December 5 Scope and Contents

Toscanini program 51. Recorded December 5, 1967, broadcast December 10.

id261212 2 Toscanini Rehearsal: Symphony 5 1/2 Part A 1947 September 18 Scope and Contents

Part 1: first movement, detailed rehearsal, slow tempo. Part 2: first movement, a tempo, second movement, played twice.

id261213 2 Assorted rehearsals and conversations of Toscanini Scope and Contents

Back of container: U.S. Air Force Symphony Orchestra, Lt. Col. Arnald D. Gabriel, conductor. "Portrait of a Century."

id261214 2 Walter Toscanini and Don Gillis discuss Verdi Scope and Contents

Back of container has crossed out: U.S. Air Force Symphony Orchestra, Lt. Col. Arnald D. Gabriel, conductor. "Portrait of a Century."

id261215 2 Toscanini Rehearsal Scope and Contents

No other information on container or reel.

id261216 2 Toscanini - Portrait of a Century Scope and Contents

Back of container: U.S. Air Force Symphony Orchestra, Lt. Col. Arnald D. Gabriel, conductor. "Portrait of a Century." Added in pencil: 1867-1957.

id261217 2 Gillis #1 1978 January 18 Scope and Contents

Front of container: Conversations with Don Gillis #1. Master copy. Project number MU78513. Producer: Zane Knauss. Insert in container: Engineer: Ed Breland.

id261218 2 Gillis #2 Scope and Contents

Front of container: Conversations with Don Gillis #2. Master copy. Producer: Zane Knauss.

id261219 2 Gillis #3 1978 January 31 Scope and Contents

Insert in container: Instructional Services Center, University of South Carolina. Client: Zane Knauss. Engineer: Breland. Master copy. Copy of South Carolina Educational Radio Network FM program guide for January 1978 also enclosed. Front of container: "2/1/78 (7:30 PM) WLTR."

id261220 2 Gillis #4 Scope and Contents

Insert in container: Instructional Services Center, University of South Carolina. Engineer: Breland.

id261221 2 Gillis #5 Scope and Contents

Insert in container: Instructional Services Center, University of South Carolina. Client: Zane Knauss. Engineer: Breland. Master copy.

id261222 2 Composer's Profile - Kodaly, Gillis #1 1976 March 16 Scope and Contents

Instructional Services Center, University of South Carolina. Engineer: Breland. Insert in container gives air date of July 5, 1977. Master copy.

id261223 3 Cassette tapes and papers 726443 Scope and Contents

Box 3 contains 3 smaller boxes of cassettes, along with other items, numbered 4 and up.

id261224 3 1 Teaching as a Performing Art - Box 1 Scope and Contents

Cassette tapes. Interviews by Don Gillis unless otherwise noted. Slash separates sides of the tape

id261225 3 1 Dr. Sally Hare / Jeff Hayden id261226 3 1 Dr. Thomas Wickstrom / Eva Marie Saint and Jeff Hayden id261227 3 1 George Curry / Ron and Sandy Severini id261228 3 1 Sidney Palmer / Dr. Robert Metger id261229 3 1 Dr. Ralph Phelps / Dr. Roland Reed id261230 3 1 Zane Knauss / Dr. Richard "Ed" Kemper Scope and Contents

Knauss interviewed by Don Gillis and Dr. Leon Lessenger.

id261231 3 1 Dean George Reeves / Dr. Thomas Pierson id261232 3 1 Eva Marie Saint / Dr. Jay Smith id261233 3 1 Henry Cauthen / Scope and Contents

Cauthen interviewed by Don Gillis and Dr. Leon Lessenger.

id261234 3 1 Allen King Cooper / Dr. Nancy Cromer Scope and Contents

Cromer interviewed by Allen King Cooper.

id261235 3 1 Dr. Milton Baker / Dr. Peggy Bell id261236 3 1 F. Charles Rives / Dr. Phillip Rollinson id261237 3 1 Dr. James Fraser / Dr. Patti Gillespie id261238 3 1 William Hug / Roger E. Jacobi Scope and Contents

Jacobi interviewed by Don Gillis and Dr. Leon Lessenger.

id261239 3 1 Bowie-Borden ("score") / Frank Brieff id261240 3 1 Toscanini Rehearsal - Mozart 1946 November / 1950 February Scope and Contents

Side 1: Toscanini rehearsal NBC - Mozart Symphony No. 35, 11-46. Side 2: Mozart concluded; Fritz Kreisler 75th birthday, 2-50.

id261241 3 1 Don and Mary Denton - Bill Benton id261242 3 1 Keel-Gillis Scope and Contents

Side 1: Keel/Gillis Toscanini. Side 2: Gillis/Keel on Gillis' music.

id261243 3 1 Keel-Gillis Scope and Contents

Gillis/Keel Art of Media Instruction.

id261244 3 1 Composer Series # 1 Scope and Contents

Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Copland.

id261245 3 1 Composer Series # 2 Scope and Contents

Debussy, Dvorak, Gershwin, Gillis.

id261246 3 1 Composer Series # 3 Scope and Contents

Grieg, Handel, Haydn, Kodaly.

id261247 3 1 Composer Series # 4 Scope and Contents

Mendelssohn, Mozart, Ravel, Schubert.

id261248 3 1 Composer Series # 5 Scope and Contents

Sibelius, Rimsky-Korsakov, Rossini, Verdi.

id261249 3 1 Composer Series # 6 Scope and Contents

Shostakovich, Taylor, Tchaikovsky.

id261250 3 2 id261251 3 2 Don Gillis: Materials of composition id261252 3 2 Don Gillis: Early writing / List of music and discussion id261253 3 2 Don Gillis: Influence of teachers id261254 3 2 Don Gillis: Influences on composition / List of music continued id261255 3 2 Don Gillis: On composers id261256 3 2 Don Gillis: Band scoring / Band scoring; conductors id261257 3 2 Don Gillis: Toscanini / Conductors id261258 3 2 Don Gillis: Conductors continued id261259 3 2 Don Gillis: Conductors (end); publishing / Today 12-1962; rewards of creativity id261260 3 2 Don Gillis: End: rewards of creativity / Works for stage id261261 3 2 Don Gillis: Process of creativity / Introduction to Music 565; Cue music lecture id261262 3 2 Don Gillis: Works for stage / Works for stage; Toscanini id261263 3 2 Don Gillis: On critics; piano lessons; decision to change life / Dr. Maddy; I.A.A.; 12/24/61 id261264 3 2 Don - Maddy, Grauer, Downs Scope and Contents

Side 1: Joe Maddy, 1961; Ben Grauer, 1963. Side 2: Today Show, 3-29-68; "Unfinished Symphony Conductor."

id261265 3 2 Don Gillis Interviews Dicky, Guion, Cauthen, Grofe Scope and Contents

Side 1: Jim Dicky, David Guion, John Cauthen. Side 2: Tribute to Ferde Grofe at SMU.

id261266 3 2 Don Gillis and Walter Toscanini Scope and Contents

Side 1: With Walter Toscanini. Side 2: Reading script.

id261267 3 2 Don Gillis and Walter Toscanini Scope and Contents

"With Walter T doing Debut Years 1 + 2."

id261268 3 2 Don Gillis and Walter Toscanini Scope and Contents

"With Walter T doing Debut Years 3 + 4."

id261269 3 2 Don Gillis and Walter Toscanini Scope and Contents

"With Walter T doing Debut Years 4 + 5."

id261270 3 2 Don Gillis and Walter Toscanini Scope and Contents

"With Walter T. La Scala #1."

id261271 3 2 Don Gillis and Walter Toscanini Scope and Contents

"With Walter T. La Scala #2."

id261272 3 2 Man Behind the Legend Scope and Contents

Side 1: Canta, Canta; Eloquen Baton 122. Side 2: Eyes of Maestro; Singers; Rehearsal segments; Watch incident.

id261273 3 2 Man Behind the Legend Scope and Contents

Side 1: Farandole - Bizet; Leonard Falcone re: La Scala Tour; Detroit 1921; Material re: first NBC broadcast 1937; Dixie; Garibaldi; Hymn; Old Camden records: 1. Farandole from L'Arlesienne Suite 2 by Bizet; 2. Carmen Suite - Bizet; 3. Finale, Symphony 1 - Beethoven. Side 2: Kodaly interview; Walter Toscanini and Don Gillis.

id261274 3 2 Man Behind the Legend Scope and Contents

Side 1: Visit to Villa Pauline - raw interview. Side 2: Villa Pauline continued; Monitor Spot; Today Show; Watch incident.

id261275 3 2 Man Behind the Legend Scope and Contents

Side 1: Debut Years. Side 2: Parma Years (Don Gillis); Parma Years (Ben Grauer).

id261276 3 3 id261277 3 3 Don Gillis - Band music id261278 3 3 Skits - Story Time Scope and Contents

With tape counter markers: Side 1, Skits: Airport (0); Turntable (103); Herman (230); Marvin M (420). Side 2, Story Time: Big Race (0); Happy Jack (139); Old Mother Hubbard (330).

id261279 3 3 Don Gillis Playing Piano Scope and Contents

Side 1: "Don improvising." Side 2: Barbie's Song.

id261280 3 3 Texas Christian University Concert - Lew and Don Gillis Scope and Contents

Marked "D" for Don and "L" for Lew. Side 1: Ceremony of Allegiance (D); 2. Children's Suite (L); 3. Sketch for Boy Scout Band and Bugle (L); Whiz Bang (L); Carla (L). Side 2: This Is Our America (D); Dialogue for Trombone (D); Tulsa (D); TCU Alma Mater.

id261281 3 3 Interlochen Classes Scope and Contents

Side 1: Deems Taylor at Interlochen. Side 2: Camp Radio Class at Interlochen.

id261282 3 3 Morphus Cancer Tape - Hypnosis Scope and Contents

Side 1: O. Carl Simonton. Side 2: Dr. David Creek; Dr. Oscar Morphus.

id261283 3 3 Magic Giant Stories Scope and Contents

Side 1: Magic Giant; Now You See Me; Bedeliap Goes to School; Big Move; The Book That Talked. Side 2: Boy Named Grock; Hucbald Solves a Problem; Santa Named Clause; Big and Little.

id261284 3 3 Jeff Davis Scope and Contents

Side 1: Betsy Ross; Three Liturgical Dances. Side 2: My Name Is Children; Masks of April.

id261285 3 3 Austin Speech - Dogs - Sound Effects Scope and Contents

Side 1: Austin Speech, NAEB, 1965; Singing Dogs. Side 2: Sound effects: Thunder; Jet Plane; Cash Register; Rooster; Birds.

id261286 3 3 Don Gillis - Zane Knauss 1977 id261287 3 3 Deems Taylor 1959 Scope and Contents

At Interlochen.

id261288 3 3 Just So Stories id261289 3 3 Julie - Happy Birthday id261290 3 3 No label id261291 3 3 No label id261292 3 3 Nine sealed TDK blank cassette tapes Scope and Contents

8 D90 tapes, 1 D60.

id261293 3 Datebook 1967 id261294 3 Datebook 1968 id261295 3 Framed photo of Gillis as a baby with his parents. id261296 3 Envelope: Old pictures - baby, family, Cameron [Missouri], NY City at home id261297 3 Envelope: Miscellaneous pictures, not labeled. id261298 3 Envelope: Symphony of the Air "In Japan with Don Gillis, Walter Hendl, Thor Johnson." id261299 3 Envelope: Handwritten short stories and essays Scope and Contents

Stored lengthwise in box due to size.

id261300 3 Correspondence with Thomas C. Pierson 1974-1978 Scope and Contents

These letters appear to have been saved by Pierson and sent to UNT. At least one letter is from Barbara Gillis. Stored lengthwise in box due to size.

id261301 3 As It Was in the Beginning; Teaching as a Performing Art Scope and Contents

File also includes invitation card for the world premiere of Gillis' Instant Replay. These materials also appear to have come from Thomas Pierson.

id261302 3 Loose papers Scope and Contents

Includes typed program guide for The Seventh Age, script for Old Mother Hubbard, Hucbald Visits the Vet, newspaper clippings, a copy of A Memory: For Bassoon Quartet published by Prairie Dawg Press; correspondence with the American Symphony Orchestra League, and photos. Stored lengthwise in box due to size.

id261303 3 Booklet: On tour with Toscanini and RCA Victor. id261304 3 Booklet: ASCAP - Irving Berlin Centennial Celebration 1998 Summer Scope and Contents

"A Special Issue of ASCAP in Action."

id261305 3 Carnegie Hall Program Booklet 1963 October 2 id261306 3 Program: 65th Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit 1964 May 22 - June 14 id261307 3 B.H. Haggin: The Toscanini Musicians Knew 1967 Scope and Contents

Hardcover. Inscribed to Don Gillis. New York: Horizon Press. Items 18 and onward are not known to be from the 2009 accrual, but were additional unprocessed materials.

id261308 3 Spike Hughes: The Toscanini Legacy 1969 Scope and Contents

Paperback. New York: Dover Publications, Inc. Reprint.

id261309 3 Lawrence Gilman: Toscanini and Great Music 1938 Scope and Contents

Hardcover.

id261310 4 Papers 726444 id261311 4 1 The Land of Wheat id261312 4 2 January, February, March id261313 4 3 Abe Lincoln - Gettysburg 1863 id261314 4 4 The Alamo id261315 4 5 Alice in Orchestralia id261316 4 6 Amarillo: A Symphonic Celebration id261317 4 7 American Opera id261318 4 8 Amon Carter March id261319 4 9 The Art of Media Instruction id261320 4 10 As It Was in the Beginning id261321 4 11 The Atlanta Suite: A Choreographic Impression of a Southern City id261322 4 12 Ballet for Band - The Frontiersman id261323 4 13 Band Concert Suite id261324 4 14 Bayou Song id261325 4 15 Behold the Man id261326 4 16 Bing Bang Bong id261327 4 17 The Birds id261328 4 18 Brass Works id261329 4 19 Capitol I - York id261330 4 20 Alpha Delta Pi Centennial Hymn id261331 4 21 Ceremony of Allegiance id261332 4 22 The Coming of King id261333 4 23 Concerto for Organ id261334 4 24 Piano Concerto II id261335 4 25 Creativity in Media Arts id261336 4 26 Dialogue for Trombone id261337 4 27 Downbeat id261338 4 28 Etude in Stereophonics id261339 4 29 Fairy Tales id261340 4 30 Five Acre Pond id261341 4 31 Footsie id261342 4 32 Four Scenes from Yesterday id261343 4 33 Gift of the Magi id261344 4 34 Instant Music id261345 4 35 Instant Replay id261346 4 36 Intermission - Ten Minutes id261347 4 37 Let Us Pray id261348 4 38 Let Us Pray 1971 id261349 4 39 The Libretto id261350 4 40 Joyful and Triumphant id261351 4 41 Lone Star - A Rhapsody for Band id261352 4 42 The Man Who Invented Music id261353 4 43 Men of Music id261354 4 44 Miss Martha B id261355 4 45 Transparencies: My Name Is Children id261356 4 46 Music for a Wedding id261357 4 47 Music for Tonight id261358 4 48 The Nazarene - Programs from performances id261359 4 49 The Night Before Christmas id261360 4 50 Night Winds id261361 4 51 Recording Permission - WUOM - Orestes id261362 4 52 Transparencies: Old Mother Hubbard id261363 4 53 The Other Thief id261364 4 54 The Answer id261365 4 55 Barley Loaves id261366 4 56 And It Came to Pass id261367 4 57 The Good Samaritan id261368 4 58 His Name Was John id261369 4 59 The Panhandle id261370 4 60 Park Avenue Kids id261371 4 61 Paul Bunyan id261372 4 62 Pep Rally id261373 4 63 Portrait of a City Made of Steel id261374 4 64 Prayer for a Whole Congregation id261375 4 65 Psalm 23 id261376 4 66 Quintet for Piano and Strings id261377 4 67 The Raven id261378 4 68 Retrospection id261379 4 69 Rhapsody for Harp and Orchestra id261380 4 70 Rhapsody for Trumpet id261381 4 71 Roman in the Gloamin' id261382 4 72 The Rushin' Trumpeteers id261383 4 73 The Saga of a Pioneer id261384 4 74 The Secret History of the Birth of the Nation id261385 4 75 Seven Golden Texts id261386 4 76 A Shepherd id261387 4 77 Shindig - A Ballet of the Old West id261388 4 78 Short Overture to an Unwritten Opera id261389 4 79 Sonatina No. 2 for Trumpet Quartet id261390 4 80 So They May Also Learn id261391 4 81 Star Valley Junction id261392 4 82 Symphony No. 2 for Band id261393 4 83 Symphony No. 2 - A Symphony of Faith id261394 4 84 Symphony No. 4 id261395 4 85 Symphony No. 5 - In Memoriam id261396 5 Photos, records, and other papers 726445 id261397 5 1 Photos 1970s Scope and Contents

Folder stored lengthwise in box due to size. Contents: U.S. Army Band, 1972, photo of Gillis conducting, multiple copies of photo of Gillis, plus negative.

id261398 5 Spot Productions Presents: Wonderful World - recorded by the Lew Gillis All Stars Scope and Contents

LPM 2832. OCLC 24615833. Jingles apparently done for radio station WJBK in Detroit, in the style of various other artists. Stapled insert details selections, styles, and contents.

id261399 5 The Symphony of the Air - formerly the NBC Symphony - Presentation Album Scope and Contents

E4-KP-7584 / E4-KP-7583. OCLC 53234273.

id261400 5 Don Gillis: Saga of a Prairie School (Symphony No. 7) Scope and Contents

London LPS 175. "Mrs. E.A. Gillis" written on back.

id261401 5 New Concert Orchestra conducted by Rae Jenkins: Ralph Vaughan Williams - Sea Songs / Don Gillis - Short Overture to an Unwritten Opera Scope and Contents

Boosey and Hawkes 0T.2092 9838/9839.

id261402 5 The Rebel Band: The University of Mississippi presents Music of Ole Miss and Memories of Half-Time Scope and Contents

Lyle Babcock, director. "Special music by Lew Gillis." Delta Records RITE 188-8799 / 188-8800. Not in OCLC.

id261403 5 Zum Andenken an Arturo Toscanini Scope and Contents

CO-253. OCLC 7239608.

id261404 5 Memorial Tribute to Arturo Toscanini - Commentary by Marcia Davenport with rehearsal excerpts Scope and Contents

OCLC 7074581. Not in UNT catalog.

id261405 5 The Man Who Invented Music 1950 Scope and Contents

London LLP 176. Close OCLC match in 13836602. Second copy included from elsewhere in unprocessed collection.

id261406 5 Arturo Toscanini Rehearsing the NBC Symphony Orchestra. Scope and Contents

Not in UNT Catalog. OCLC 65208432. Copy includes typed script, "Recording for affiliate managers," detailing script spoken by Ben Grauer.

id261407 5 Ricordo di Arturo Toscanini Scope and Contents

OCLC 955142580. Not in UNT catalog. Copy autographed by Walter Toscanini, inscribed to Gillis, dated January 17, 1961.

id261408 5 The Other Thief 1976 Scope and Contents

OCLC 7506464. Not in UNT catalog. CMP Recordings CMP 87638 LPS

id261409 5 Gillis - Tulsa: A Symphonic Portrait; Glanville-Hicks - Three Gymnopedies, Rudhyar, Sinfonietta; Freeman - String Quartet 1978 Scope and Contents

OCLC 34261782. Not in UNT catalog. Varese Sarabande VC 81046.

id261410 5 National Music Camp - Interlochen, Michigan 1960 Scope and Contents

OCLC 19485715. Not in UNT catalog. Includes Gillis' concerto for Organ and Band.

id261411 5 Band Music by Don Gillis Scope and Contents

OCLC 10412773. Not in UNT catalog.

id261412 5 The Nall Avenue Baptist Church Music Ministry Presents The Nazarene 1971 April 6 Scope and Contents

Not in OCLC. D-12920. 2 performance programs enclosed.

id261413 5 The Nazarene: A Music Drama by Don Gillis 1970 July 7 Scope and Contents

Not in OCLC. Century Records 39105, stereo.

id261414 5 National Music Camp - Interlochen, Michigan 1959 Scope and Contents

Not in OCLC. Inscribed to Gillis by Deems Taylor. Contains Deems Taylor's Throught the Looking Glass, and Ballet Music for Orchestra by Hartley. Conductors: Joseph E. Maddy and George C. Wilson.

id261415 5 Joyous Music for Christmas Time 1963 Scope and Contents

OCLC 18515767. Reader's Digest RD 45-M.

id261416 5 Book: The Art of Media Instruction, by Don Gillis Scope and Contents

OCLC 608645739. Dallas: Crescendo Book Publications, 1973.

id261417 5 Binder: typed manuscript beginning with "The Media Arts: An Explanation." id261418 5 Typed script: Miss Martha B. and the Heavenly Flap" 1970 October 14-15 Scope and Contents

Dated at Dallas.

id261419 5 Program: Carnegie Hall - The Symphony of the Air (formerly the NBC Symphony) - Excursions in Jazz, geaturing the music of Duke Ellington and Don Gillis, conducted by the composers 1955 March 16 Scope and Contents

Includes telegram script handwritten on scrap of yellow legal paper. Alfred Scott, publisher. 198-3-16E-55.

id261420 5 Correspondence between Gillis secretary Barbara Bernhardt and Marie Vogt of Sylvania, Ohio 1961 April 20 id261421 5 Letter from Charlotte Gray of Time Magazine to Gillis, thanking him for his time regarding "Symphony for Fun," for the article "Humoresque" 1947 September 24 id261422 5 Photocopy of two news articles regarding Gillis' Atlanta Suite undated id261423 5 Reprint of Time article The Man Who Invented Music 1949 September 5 Scope and Contents

Printed off of the internet on May 28, 2009.

id261424 5 The Nazarene: A Music Drama by Don Gillis 1970 Scope and Contents

Full score. Nashville: Broadman Press.

id261428 5 Correspondence with Robert Wogan 1936-1970 Scope and Contents

Originally in box 6.

id261425 5 Box of slides labeled "Thesis Project - Slides - Sam Burns" id261429 5 "Military Organizations": Envelope of photos, comb-bound document, followed by additional photos Scope and Contents

First set of photos from an event with the U.S. Army. Document: "Pictorial resume of the All Eastern Band and Instrumental Clinic of '56." Second set of photos from 1956 event. Originally in Box 6.

id261430 6 Photos 726446 id261431 6 Portion of cardstock advertisement for Conn instruments - "Artists using Conn" id261432 6 Portrait of Don Gillis, drawn in black marker id261433 6 Framed photo: Park Avenue Kids at Interlochen 1959 id261434 6 Folder: interdepartmental mail envelope containing id261435 6 Photo of Don Gillis id261436 6 EDMA 701, section 1 1977 Scope and Contents

Summer session 1. Photos of Gillis and other participants.

id261437 6 EDMA 701, section 2 1977 Scope and Contents

Summer session 1. Photos of Gillis and other participants.

id261438 6 Photo of three clarinetists in performance Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261439 6 Photo of string bassist in performance Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261440 6 Photo likely from The Gift of the Magi Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261441 6 Photo likely from The Gift of the Magi with cameras from ETV Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261442 6 Photo of couple singing in performance Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261443 6 Photo of couple singing in performance Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261444 6 Photo from performance, with a streetcar full of people waving at Santa Claus Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261445 6 Photo from performance, with a group of people in Victorian attire standing near Santa Claus Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261446 6 Photo of two string bassists, and unidentified man in the background Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261447 6 Photo of Gillis directing small orchestra, with ETV camera at right Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261448 6 Photo of two violinists or violists with three woodwind players in background Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261449 6 Close-up photo of two violinists or violists, one playing pizzicato Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261450 6 Close-up photo of two violinists or violists Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261451 6 Photo of Gillis directing small orchestra Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261452 6 Photo of string and woodwind players in performance Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261453 6 Photo of two violinists or violists with three woodwind players in background Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261454 6 Photo of two violinists in foreground, with oboist in background Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261455 6 Photo of two violinists or violists with three woodwind players in background Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261456 6 Photo of two violinists or violists Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261457 6 Photo of two men in a theater production, with two ETV cameras in foreground Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261458 6 Color photo of Gillis sitting at a wooden desk Scope and Contents

Marcel's studio, Fort Worth.

id261459 6 Color photo of Gillis sitting at a wooden desk Scope and Contents

Marcel's studio, Fort Worth. Closer photo than previous item.

id261460 6 "Don and Grandma" Scope and Contents

Black and white. Photo by Jerry Plemons.

id261461 6 Don Gillis in recording studio with two women at control console, with man in headphones visible through window Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261462 6 Dallas Baptist College: Don Gillis at right, Frank Brieff of New Haven Symphony at left 1971 Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261463 6 Don Gillis in library 1971 Scope and Contents

Black and white. Photo by Jerry Plemons.

id261464 6 Don GIllis photographing label on a small binder Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261465 6 Photo of two violinists or violists Scope and Contents

Black and white.

id261466 6 Portrait of Don Gillis, drawn in black marker. Scope and Contents

Reverse side: Cloetingh and DeMan Studios, Inc., South Bend - Elkhart [Indiana].

id261467 6 Color photo of Gillis sitting at a wooden desk Scope and Contents

Smaller version of Item 30 above.

id261468 6 Brown paper bag: "Steve McKormack" Scope and Contents

Multiple copies of stylized portrait of Don Gillis. Includes transparency/negative.

id261469 6 File of loose papers Scope and Contents

Includes memo directing materials to UNT Music Library, promotional materials, newspaper clippings, manuscript/sketch in pencil, perhaps for a career retrospective presentation

id261470 6 Three large prints Scope and Contents

First page reads "produces Toscanini concerts." Two other pages have images from Gillis' time at TCU. Possible career retrospective or tribute materials.

id261471 6 Four slides in sleeves Scope and Contents

Connected film frames, but not negatives.