Fromm Music Foundation scores and recordings, 1943-2011.


Fromm Music Foundation scores and recordings, 1943-2011.

Scores and recordings of Fromm Music Foundation-supported compositions, with a few recordings, manuscripts, and print items associated with Paul Fromm.

17 portfolio boxes and 8 cartons (14.25 linear ft.)


SNAC Resource ID: 6383330

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David Grossman. (person)

Wolff, Christian, 1934-.... (person)

Christian Wolff was the son of the publisher Kurt Wolff (1887-1963) and Kurt's second wife, Helen Wolff (née Mosel; 1906-1994), both of whom were friends of Alma Mahler, and had been friends also of Franz Werfel. Kurt Wolff had been Werfel's publisher from 1912 to 1923. Christian was born in Nice, France; the family emigrated to the U.S. in 1940 or 1941. From the description of Correspondence to Alma Mahler, 1956, n. d. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 15586...

Newsome, Padma. (person)

Ashley Rose Music. (corporateBody)

Rakowski, David (person)

Silverman, Faye-Ellen (person)

Mary Hellmann. (person)

Rindfleisch, Andrew, 1963- (person)

Ghent, Emmanuel (person)

William Valkenier. (person)

Cassatt Quartet (corporateBody)

D. J. Sparr. (person)

Fried, Philip (Philip Aaron) (person)

Elsa Charlston. (person)

Murail, Tristan (person)

Lucier, Alvin (person)

Uechi, Jason, 1968- (person)

Bradley Brookshire. (person)

Fine, Irving (person)

Irving Fine, American composer, teacher, and conductor, was born in Boston, Mass., on Dec. 3, 1914. He studied composition with Walter Piston at Harvard University and with Nadia Boulanger in Cambridge, Mass., and in Paris, 1France, and choral conducting with A.T. Davison, and orchestral conducting with Serge Koussevitzky. From 1939 until 1950, when he was appointed professor at Brandeis University, he also taught at Harvard. Fine was chairman of the Brandeis School of Creative Arts and served o...

Curtis-Smith, C. (Curtis), 1941- (person)

Griffin, Mary Sands, 1804- (person)

Epithet: widow of Edward, 3rd Baron Griffin British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001089.0x00024c ...

Paul Dresher Ensemble. (corporateBody)

Mallonée, Caroline, 1975- (person)

Mosko, Stephen L. (person)

Steve Schick. (person)

Tirzah Landgarten. (person)

Kenneth Coon (person)

Hartt Symphony Orchestra (corporateBody)

Nichols, Jeff (Jeff William) (person)

Carol Wincenc. (person)

Brody, Martin (person)

Teitelbaum, Richard (person)

Golijov, Osvaldo, 1960-.... (person)

Earply Ensemble. (corporateBody)

Jolas, Betsy (person)

Alfredo Sánchez. (person)

Felder, David (person)

Walden String Quartet (corporateBody)

Virgil Thomson. (person)

Pacifica Quartet (corporateBody)

Arasimowicz, George (person)

Oakland Symphony (corporateBody)

Jupiter Quartet (corporateBody)

Hartke, Stephen Paul (person)

Shapey, Ralph, 1921-2002 (person)

American composer and conductor; composition professor at the University of Chicago, where he founded and directed the Contemporary Chamber Players; MacArthur Fellow, 1982. From the description of Oral history, 1976. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155866428 ...

Gandolfi, Michael (person)

Kimura, Mari (person)

Hurst, Derek, 1968- (person)

Harold Clurman. (person)

Dawe, Jonathan, 1965- (person)

Baker, Claude, 1948- (person)

William Masselos. (person)

Bahr, Jason M., 1972- (person)

Joyce, James, 1882-1941 (person)

James Augustus Aloysius Joyce was born on February 2, 1882, in Rathgar, a borough of Dublin, Ireland, the eldest of ten children who survived infancy. In 1888 he was enrolled at Clongowes Wood College, a Jesuit boarding school near Dublin, where he stayed until 1891. Thereafter he attended Belvedere College, and then University College, Dublin, where he graduated in 1902 with a major in Italian. While at UCD Joyce wrote a paper in defense of Henrik Ibsen's drama called Drama and Life, which was ...

Muriel Rukeyser. (person)

Arthur Weisberg (person)

New Millennium Ensemble (corporateBody)

Silberschlag, Jeff (person)

Peterson, Wayne, 1927- (person)

Broberg, Kirsten (person)

Robert Grenier. (person)

Koontz, Daniel W., 1969- (person)

Rohde, Kurt (person)

Penn Contemporary Players (corporateBody)

Yehuda Amichai. (person)

Stadelman, Jeffrey, 1959- (person)

Boston Musica Viva Chamber Players. (corporateBody)

White, Frances (person)

Ince, Kamran (person)

Chasalow, Eric, 1955- (person)

Nancy Brown Negley. (person)

Wu, Man (person)

Bettendorf, Carl Christian, 1973- (person)

Lim, Liza, 1966- (person)

Australian composer born in Perth. Studied composition with Richard David Hames, Riccardo Formosa, and Ton de Leeuw. Music ranges from operatic and orchestral scores to installations. Associated with the Elision Ensemble for over twenty years. From the description of Papers of Liza Lim, 1979-2008 [manuscript]. [1979-2008] (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 317248580 ...

Kreiger, Arthur, 1945- (person)

Hui, Melissa, 1966-.... (person)

Křenek, Ernst (person)

Krenek was an Austro-American composer. Robert Holliday was the director of the Hamline University Choir, St. Paul, Minn. Krenek was chair of the Hamline University Music Dept. the first six years of Holliday's tenure as director. From the description of Letters : to Robert Holliday, 1943-1976. (University of California, San Diego). WorldCat record id: 33996728 Commissioned by The Louisville Orchestra. Composed 1954. First performance Louisville, Kentucky, 12 February 1955, ...

Ross, Charles H. (Charles Henry), 1842?-1897 (person)

Epithet: writer of plays British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000564.0x0003a6 ...

Stone, Dorothy (person)

Lang, David (David A.) (person)

Marshall, Ingram D., 1942- (person)

Schafer, R. Murray (person)

William Banovetz. (person)

New York New Music Ensemble (corporateBody)

Berio, Luciano (person)

Italian composer. From the description of Album leaf, 1975, Oct. 25. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270919773 From the description of Autograph letters signed (10), Typewritten letters signed (9), Autograph postcard signed, Typewritten letter signed (copy) of a letter to Karl Heinz [Stockhausen], Typewritten letter signed (copy) of a letter to [Donal] Henahan, Printed program with Autogrph note signed, Copies (2) of an article about Berio in a Paris newspaper with Autograph ...

Korde, Shirish (person)

Bach Society Orchestra. (corporateBody)

Moe, Eric (person)

Neva Pilgrim (person)

Marlboro Music School and Festival (corporateBody)

Wheeler, Scott (person)

Louis Silverman. (person)

Parthenia (Viol ensemble) (corporateBody)

Edwards, George, 1943-2011 (person)

Epithet: civil engineer British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000817.0x000003 Epithet: of Sloane MS 4066 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000817.0x00000a Epithet: of Add MS 32712 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000817.0x000007 ...

Aleck Karis. (person)

Partos, Oedoen, 1907-1977 (person)

Composed 1955. First performance of this version, Radio Tel Aviv broadcast, March 1958, Kol Yisrael Orchestra, Garry Bertini conductor, Usi Wiesel violoncello soloist.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Baladah mizraḥit = Oriental ballad / Oedoen Partos. c1952. (Franklin & Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 53149197 Commissioned by the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. Composed 1960. First performance Tel Aviv, 20 December 1962, Israel Philharmonic Orche...

Currier, Sebastian (person)

Leef, Yinam (person)

Fineberg, Joshua (person)

Lunsqui, Alexandre, 1969- (person)

Earplay (Musical group) (corporateBody)

Earplay is a contemporary music ensemble formed in the spring of 1985, and dedicated to presenting new and recently composed music in concert performances of the highest attainable quality, with an emphasis on the music of the San Francisco Bay Area composers. From the description of Earplay Collection, 1985-1998 (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 84398850 Biography Earplay is a contemporary music ensemble formed in the sprin...

Schick, Steven (person)

Harris, Matthew (person)

Yael Weiss. (person)

Rosalind Rees (person)

Charlotte Hyde. (person)

Reynolds, Roger, 1934-.... (person)

A large collection of music manuscripts and related material documenting the work of American composer Roger Reynolds. Reynolds is one of the early important composers to include electroacoustic elements in live performances, and he pioneered the use of several innovative compositional techniques. A biography and interview with the composer is available at the Library of Congress web site: Some reformatted digital sound materi...

Kauder, Hugo, 1888- (person)

Hugo Kauder (1888–1972) was an Austrian and American composer and musical pedagogue. A self-taught musician, Kauder's chamber music compositions are contrapuntal and characterized by conservative harmonies and closed scales. Kauder published two works on music theory, Entwurf einer neuen Melodie- und Harmonielehre (Vienna, 1932), and Counterpoint: An Introduction to Polyphonic Composition (New York, 1960). Forced in 1938 to leave Vienna where he was a member of the Konzertverein Orchestra, he se...

Zhou, Long, 1953- (person)

Edyth Bush. (person)

Israel philharmonic orchestra (corporateBody)

Fennelly, Brian (person)

Daniel Lippel. (person)

Du, Yun, 1977- (person)

Rzewski, Frederic (person)

MMB Music, Inc. (corporateBody)

Mamlok, Ursula (person)

Teresa McCollough. (person)

Mary Griffin. (person)

Greene, Adam, 1983-.... (person)

Yekovich, Robert. (person)

Griller Quartet. (corporateBody)

Daedalus String Quartet (corporateBody)

Bennington Composers Conference. (corporateBody)

Cory, Eleanor, 1943- (person)

Sarché Publishing (corporateBody)

Earplay Ensemble. (corporateBody)

Steiger, Rand, 1957- (person)

Chesapeake Orchestra (corporateBody)

Greenbaum, Matthew, 1950- (person)

Boyd, Bonita (person)

Dick, Robert, 1950- (person)

John Hagstrom. (person)

Bonnie Choi. (person)

Threadgill, Henry (person)

Ensemble Alternance. (corporateBody)

Lauricella, Massimo, 1961- (person)

Lebaron, Anne (person)

Ran, Shulamit, 1949- (person)

Wuorinen, Charles (person)

Yolanda Kondonassis (person)

Eighth Blackbird (Musical group) (corporateBody)

Drury, S. A. (Stephen A.), 1946- (person)

Antoniou, Theodore, 1935- (person)

Heiss, John C. (person)

Biggs, Hayes (person)

Cox, Cindy, 1961- (person)

Lansky, Paul, 1944- (person)

Mackey, Steven, 1956- (person)

Taddie, David (person)

Alfred Guzzetti. (person)

Saul Bellow. (person)

Louise Labbé. (person)

Usmanbas, Atifet (person)

Dobbins, Lori (person)

Professor of Music. From the description of [Articles, book reviews, etc.]. 1996- (Lafayette College). WorldCat record id: 37719704 ...

Eric Huebner. (person)

Spies, Claudio (person)

Max Pollikoff (person)

Alma Morgenthau. (person)

Rejoicensemble (corporateBody)

Jason Eckardt (person)

Viera, Julio Martín (person)

Drattell, Deborah (person)

Denny, William, 1910-1980 (person)

William Douglas Denny was Professor of Music at the University of California, Berkeley. From the description of William Denny collection, 1932-1975. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 81187849 Biographical Sketch The enclosed biographical sketch of Professor William D. Denny will appear in the forthcoming American Supplement to The New Grove's Dictionary. Denny has been described as a "musician's composer." His m...

Dalheim, Barbara (person)

Chen, Chien-Yin (person)

John McDonald. (person)

Eidschun, Robert, 1962- (person)

Paul Merkelo. (person)

O'Brien, Eugene, 1945- (person)

Erika Fromm. (person)

Albert, Stephen, 1941-1992 (person)

Stephen Albert (1941-1992) was an American composer and teacher. He began studying composition as a teenager with Elie Siegmeister, later studying with Darius Milhaud and George Rochberg. In 1962 he graduated with a BM from the Philadelphia Musical Academy. As a composition teacher, one of his most notable positions was at the Juilliard School. Albert received numerous commissions from orchestras and other organizations including the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Chicago Symphony, the...

Howard, Earl (person)

Visconti, Dan (person)

California E.A.R. Unit (Musical group) (corporateBody)

Norman Fromm. (person)

Gunther Schuller. (person)

Samuel, Gerhard (person)

Rochester philharmonic orchestra (corporateBody)

Koussevitzky Foundation. (corporateBody)

New Millenium Ensemble. (corporateBody)

Contemporary chamber ensemble (corporateBody)

Bresnick, Martin (person)

American composer; professor of composition at Yale University. From the description of Papers of Martin Bresnick, 1987-1988. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 56694254 ...

Zohn-Muldoon, Ricardo (person)

Harbison, John (person)

Chicago Chamber Musicians (corporateBody)

New York Music Ensemble. (corporateBody)

Paulus, Stephen Harrison. (person)

Paul and Erika Fromm (person)

Wright, Mary C. (person)

Diesendruck, Tamar (person)

Kernis, Aaron Jay (person)

Joel Thome. (person)

Bauer, Ross (person)

Tower, Joan, 1938-.... (person)

Viola Mahnensmith Fitch (person)

Qualliotine, Armand (person)

Currier, Nathan, 1960- (person)

Trigon Music Press, undated. (corporateBody)

Lerdahl, Fred, 1943-.... (person)

KPFA (corporateBody)

F. Scaglia (person)

Rohan de Saram. (person)

Monod, Jacques-Louis (person)

Levy, Ernst, 1895- (person)

Ernst Levy was a prolific composer and arranger of music, author and piano virtuoso. He served on the faculty at the University of Chicago from 1951 to 1954. . Levy was born in Basel, Switzerland November the 18th, 1895. He studied with Raoul Pugno, Egon Petri and Basel Conservatory mentor and colleague Hans Huber. In Basel Levy taught extensively, becoming Huber's successor of the virtuoso class at the Conservatory in 1917. Moving to Paris in 1925, Levy cont...

Powell, Mel (person)

Glaser, David (person)

Associated Music Publishers, Inc., 1944 (corporateBody)

Associated Music Publishers (AMP) was based in New York City. Hugo Winter joined the company as Vice-President in 1939, following his emigration to the U.S. Winter, who had previously held a leading position at Universal Edition, in Vienna, was a friend of Alma Mahler; before the war, Universal Edition had held many or most of the rights to Gustav Mahler's works. AMP apparently served as a U.S. representative for a number of music publishers worldwide, including Universal Edition. Bauer was on s...

Jaffe, Stephen (person)

Ephraim Landgarten (person)

Rose, Gil (person)

Nathaniel Bartlett. (person)

Lawergren, Bo (person)

Nadia Boulanger. (person)

Ho, Vincent. (person)

Efrain Guigui (person)

Olibel Music (corporateBody)

American composers orchestra (corporateBody)

Since its founding in 1977, the American Composers Orchestra has devoted itself exclusively to American orchestral repertoire of the 20th century. Dennis Russell Davies is its principal conductor. From the description of Programs, 1977-1986. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122533922 From the guide to the Programs, 1977-1986, (The New York Public Library. Music Division.) Francis Burritt Thorne Jr. was born June 23, 1922 in Bay Shore, New ...

San Francisco Contemporary Music Players (corporateBody)

Jonathan Bagg. (person)

Earl Kim. (person)

Wincenc, Carol (person)

Ortiz, Pablo, 1956- (person)

Thomas, Augusta Read, 1964- (person)

Augusta Read Thomas (born April 24, 1964) is an American composer and professor. ...

Anna Cholakian. (person)

Siegel, Stephen. (person)

Carl Fischer, Inc., 1939-1978 (corporateBody)

Publisher and importer of music and music books, importer and manufacturer of musical instruments and general musical merchandise. From the description of Typewritten letter on letterhead, with stamped signature : New York, to Clark Music Co., Syracuse, N.Y., 1914 May 19. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270935540 ...

Henmar Press, Inc. (corporateBody)

Casella Sinfonietta. (corporateBody)

Festinger, Richard (person)

Fromm, Paul, 1906-1987 (person)

Paul Fromm (September 28, 1906 – July 4, 1987) was a Jewish Chicago wine merchant and performing arts patron through the Fromm Music Foundation. The Organum for Paul Fromm was composed by John Harbison in his honor. Born in Kitzingen, Germany to a prominent family of vintners, Fromm was an early supporter of contemporary classical music in that country after he was exposed to Stravinsky's Rite of Spring in the early 1920s. He attended concerts at the Donaueschingen Festival further deepening hi...

Zhu, Jian'er. (person)

Froom, David (person)

Brown, Elizabeth (person)

Epithet: widow of Reverend J B Brown British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000704.0x0001fa None available. From the guide to the Elizabeth Brown Letter, 1775 March 12, (John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Library, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation) ...

Riesman, Michael (person)

Manoury, Philippe (person)

Boston modern orchestra project (corporateBody)

Gerardo Cabana. (person)

Dickinson, Paul (person)

Wolff, Hugh (person)

Material Press (corporateBody)

Wendigo Music (corporateBody)

Sessions, John, 1953- (person)

Garnett, Guy E. (person)

Biscardi, Chester (person)

The American composer Chester Biscardi was born in Kenosha, Wisconsin on 19 Oct 1948. He earned B.A. and M.A. degrees in English and literature from the University of Wisconsin-Madison before concentrating on music composition. Biscardi went on to receive an M.M. degree from Wisconsin-Madison and later was awarded M.M.A. and D.M.A. degrees from the Yale University School of Music. Biscardi studied electronic music with Bert Levy and composition with Les Thimmig while in ...

Cage, John, 1912-1992 (person)

John Cage was born in Los Angeles in 1912. He studied composition with Richard Buhlig, Henry Cowell, Adolph Weiss, and Arnold Schoenberg. In 1938 he began working as an accompanist for dance and a teacher at the Cornish School of the Arts in Seattle, Washington. It was here that he first met the dancer Merce Cunningham, with whom he would have a lifelong working relationship. Together they were responsible for a number of radical innovations in musical and choreographic compositions, such as the...

Asia, Daniel Isaac. (person)

Del sol string quartet (corporateBody)

Cotton, Jeffery (person)

Williams, William Carlos, 1883-1963 (person)

This collection covers the years of William Carlos Williams's medical studies at the University of Pennsylvania, a year of service at a New York City hospital, a semester of medical study in Leipzig, and the period when he was setting up his medical practice and courting his future wife, Florence Herman, in his home town of Rutherford, N.J. During this time, his younger brother Edgar went from engineering and architectural studies at M.I.T. to further study of architecture at the American Academ...

E. E. Cummings. (person)

Robert Levin. (person)

Adolovni Acosta (person)

Kevin Geraldi (person)

Bayolo, Armando Jesús (person)

Kennedy, Daniel (person)

Street, Tison (person)

Mary Chun. (person)

Wilson, Keri-Lynn (person)

Weinberg, Henry, 1918- (person)

Zupko, Mischa, 1971- (person)

Brown, Emily C. (Emily Clara) (person)

Anderson, Allen L. (person)

Reynolds, Roger (person)

Mendelssohn String Quartet (corporateBody)

W. M. Brooks (person)

Haruka Fujii (person)

Empyrean Ensemble (corporateBody)

Sasha, 1972- (person)

Eger, Joe (person)

Fredrickson, Thomas (person)

Hurt, Phillis (person)

Lash, Hannah, 1981- (person)

Sheila Silver. (person)

Levinson, ... (person)

Boston Musica Viva (corporateBody)

Marianne Doran. (person)

Alexander, Kathryn (person)

Nathan Fischer. (person)

Ruders, Poul, 1949-.... (person)

Singleton, Alvin, 1940- (person)

Martinu, Bohuslav 1890-1959 (person)

Composed 1946. First performance Basel, Switzerland, 21 January 1947.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Toccata e due canzoni / B. Martinů. [1946] (Franklin & Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 52855434 Commissioned by the Koussevitzky Music Foundation. Composed 1942. First performance Boston, 13 November 1942, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky conductor.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Symphony no. 1 / by B....

Callithumpian consort (corporateBody)

Primrosch, James. (person)

Ted Mook (person)

Beeferman, Gordon. (person)

Weber, Ben, 1916-1979 (person)

American composer. From the description of Interview conducted by Matthew Paris[?], [1978?] [sound recording]. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155862035 ...

Oxford Chamber Music. Oxford University Press. (corporateBody)

Froom, David, 1951- (person)

Liptak, David (person)