Typewritten letters signed (2), dated : [n.p.], 5 February [1980] and 3 July [n.y.], to Joan [Peyser], 1980 Feb. 5.

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Heinsheimer, Hans W., 1900-1993. Typewritten letters signed (2), dated : [n.p.], 5 February [1980] and 3 July [n.y.], to Joan [Peyser], 1980 Feb. 5.

Typewritten letters signed (2), dated : [n.p.], 5 February [1980] and 3 July [n.y.], to Joan [Peyser], 1980 Feb. 5.

Mentioning [on 5 February] his forthcoming articles in Opera News on Universal-Edition, George Antheil on his 80th birthday, an article in Keynote on Samuel Barber, mentioning Ernst Krenek, Kim Kowalke, and [on 3 July] congratulating her on "the Craft-MQ article in the Times [i.e. Robert Craft-Musical Quarterly article in The New York Times?]"--"PHL [i.e. Paul Henry Lang] ... must have had a very bad [S]unday indeed. I always measure my achiev[e]ments on the discomfort my enemies suffer"--, saying that his next article for Opera News will be on Ricordi, mentioning La loca by Menotti, etc.

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