By Maristella Feustle
|Title:||Dennis Wakeling Collection, 1884-1990|
|Primary Creator:||Wakeling, Dennis (1939-1992)|
Scope and Contents of the MaterialsThe collection consists of six boxes, which primarily contain Wakeling's translations of libretti in multiple languages, most often written in music scores or copies of them. Also present are materials from collaboration with other scholars and artists, stage sketches, and ephemera.
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3 copies. Pages cropped, information cut off. Translation written above throughout.
Editions Françaises de Musique, Paris.
Photocopy. Annotated for performance.
2 copies. Second copy includes Basic Guide to Russian Pronunciation
G. Ricordi & Co. / NY.
2 copies. First copy annotated for performance.
Annotated for performance. Piano part notated in pencil pp. 21-end
Nicola Zanichelli / Bologna.
Oxford University Press / NY.
Original. Translation written above in pencil throughout.
Application copy enclosed for National Opera Association New Opera Competition, using Edna St. Vincent Millay's Aria da Capo, submitted in 1984
G. Schirmer / NY / 48378.
Schirmer title page, but photocopy of manuscript.