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Robert Hall Elmore Papers


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Robert Hall Elmore was born on January 2, 1913, in Ramapatnam, India, where his parents, Dr. Wilber Theodore Elmore and Maud Johnson Elmore, served as missionaries with the American Baptist Convention. In 1915 the family, including an older sister, Rachel, returned to the United States. In 1918 they settled in Lincoln, Nebraska, where young Robert began formal music lessons. In 1925 the family moved to Wayne, Pennsylvania, as Dr. Elmore began teaching at Eastern Baptist Seminary. Through the generosity of a Mrs. Truman Newberry, Robert began studies in organ, piano, and theory with the famed Pietro Yon in New York City.

Still in his teens, Robert Elmore was organist at Central Baptist Church, Wayne, (1925-1933) and also played for the Lincoln, Bryn Mawr Seville and Anthony Wayne theaters. His first large organ recital was on August 17, 1929, in the Auditorium at Ocean Grove, New Jersey, under management of the Puccini Grand Opera Company, with 1500 people in attendance.

In the summer of 1933 Elmore earned three licentiates simultaneously from the Royal Academy of Music of London in organ, concert piano, and pianoforte accompaniment, an unprecedented accomplishment, and became an Associate of the Royal College of Organists. In the fall of 1933 he enrolled in the University of Pennsylvania, studying composition with Harl McDonald. During three college years (1934-1936) he received the Nietsche First Prize for contributing to musical activities at the University. In 1936 he was the first awardee of the Thornton Oakley Medal for Achievement in Creative Art. He graduated in 1937 with a Bachelor of Music degree.

During these years he also studied conducting with H. Alexander Matthews and was organist at Arch Street Methodist Church in Philadelphia. As he had continued organ studies with Yon, he gave a New York recital in Carnegie Hall on December 2, 1936. On April 9, 1937, the Philadelphia Orchestra under Leopold Stokowski gave the first major performance of an Elmore work, his tone poem "Valley Forge-1777." In 1938 his composition "Three Sonnets" won the Mendelssohn Club national competition, with Eugene Ormandy as one of the judges.

Elmore was on the music faculty of University of Pennsylvania from 1937 to 1950 and became well known as conductor of University choral groups and as organist at Commencements. He also taught at Clarke Conservatory, beginning in 1935, and for many years at what is now Philadelphia College for the Performing Arts. He was the organist-choir director at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church on Rittenhouse Square and was official organist of the Philadelphia Orchestra. In the 1940s, often collaborating with Robert B. Reed, who researched texts, he began composing a great variety of pieces. His one-act opera It Began at Breakfast was the first American opera to be televised (February 18, 1941). Under professional management, he appeared in organ recitals throughout the United States.

In 1955 Elmore became organist-choir director at Central Moravian Church, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, where he often worked Moravian hymntunes into organ preludes, anthems, and cantatas. The dedication of the Miller organ and the establishment of the annual Estelle Borhek Johnston Memorial Music Festival in 1958 provided opportunity to compose large works such as the Psalm of Redemption, Three Psalms, Reconciliation, Doxology, and Psalm of Thanksgiving. For such outstanding contributions to church music, two honorary degrees were bestowed on Elmore in 1958--an L.H.D. from Moravian College in Bethlehem, and an LL.D. from Alderson-Broaddus College in Phillipi, West Virginia.

During these years Elmore turned down invitations for concert tours and appointments to prestigious positions (most notably, at West Point Chapel and at National Presbyterian Church in Washington, D.C.) in favor of teaching, performing, and composing in the Philadelphia area. He was also music director for the radio program "The Bible Study Hour" and served as record reviewer for Eternity magazine (1958-1965). The 1958 Mercury recordings "Boardwalk Pipes" and "Bach on the Biggest" were made in Convention Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey.

The physical strain of travel to Bethlehem caused Elmore to resign his church post there in 1968. Within a year he became organist-choir director at Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia. There, in the autumn of 1970, he planned a series of dedicatory concerts for what was then the world's largest electronic organ, installed by the Allen Organ Company. He continued teaching privately, giving organ recitals, and composing both for his own church and to fulfil commissions from others. He died suddenly on September 22, 1985.

Throughout his career, Elmore was in demand as a virtuoso recitalist. He was known locally through radio broadcasts and in personal appearances at the Curtis organ in Irvine Auditorium on the University of Pennsylvania campus, at Washington Memorial Chapel at Valley Forge, at the John Wanamaker organ, and at Longwood Gardens, as well as in recitals at many churches. He was an active member of the American Organ Players' Club and the local American Guild of Organists chapter, and was a frequent recitalist for AGO conventions nationwide. Many of his students and assistants, especially Robert Plimpton, Joel Krott, and Norman Mackenzie, are known as outstanding musicians. Voluminous correspondence in this collection attests to the admiration felt by friends and associates.

The Robert Elmore Collection is an unusual collection of items conscientiously preserved by one family over a span of nearly eighty years. It affords valuable primary evidence for at least three areas of research. First, in the narrowest sense of studying only individual items, church musicians can find practical advice and examples of craftsmanship in composition. Second, on a wider level of investigating a specific geographic or chronological period, historians chronicling musical events in southeastern Pennsylvania can find detailed documentation involving the Philadelphia area and Bethlehem, as well as references to Camden, Wilmington, and New York. Third, over a broad span, one can marvel at the acceptance of Robert Elmore within each of three circles of acquaintances that rarely intersected: an upper-middle-class social circle, a conservative evangelical religious circle, and a professional circle of nationally recognized musicians and virtuosi.

The Collection evidences the amalgamation of diverse early influences into an individualistic style, of a shift in taste (as well as content and manner of presentation) of recital programming, and of a change in means for personal communication, such as letter writing or duplication of documents--all of which are applicable to other trends in twentieth-century American society. Persons who unwittingly contributed and preserved the Elmore items are to be credited with affording us an opportunity to see how the past grew into the present.

The Music Series contains approximately 230 Elmore compositions, representing the vast majority but not quite the total output of his works. Of the vocal works, about 100 are sacred and 25 are secular. Sacred choral works are subdivided into (1) cantata-type extended works, often with substantial accompanimental forces, that are divisible into distinct musico-textual sections (e.g., solo, choral, instrumental, narrative, congregational), and (2) anthem-type works that are unified indivisibly around one musico-textual concept. (It is suggested that the researcher also consult the 1982 dissertation on Elmore's choral works by Alfred Lunde.) Of the instrumental works, 65 are for organ; the remainder are for various ensembles. Over half of the total are published. For titles not represented in the Series, information can be gleaned from programs, correspondence with music publishers, and financial documents, all available within the Collection.

Items may include various stages of the composing process, from drafts to final publications. It was Elmore's practice to give the first or best fair copy to a dedicatee, so some works are represented only in draft form. Nearly all the paper is in good condition, but of course some of the drafts are not easily legible. All manuscripts are holographs (handwritten by Elmore) unless specified as by a copyist. In early years, Musicians Union copyists were Gabriel Braverman, Vito DeCesare, Arthur Pemberton, and Joseph Skolovsky; Elmore later employed his students as copyists.

Works prior to 1937 (Elmore's university graduation) are considered student exercises. A few from before that year are treated as adult works because of either performance circumstances or publication. Several folders contain exercises assigned by Pietro Yon. As Elmore often dated manuscripts but seldom wrote titles or page numbers, identification of loose pages is somewhat tentative.

The Music Series continues with essays and reviews written by Elmore. At the end of this Series are works of other composers, most notably Seth Bingham, Wilbur Chenoweth, Ralph Kinder, Harl McDonald, and Pietro Yon. Materials concerning Thornton Oakley and Frank Oglesby, associates from the University of Pennsylvania, are included.

The Biography Series presents a remarkable picture of all periods of Elmore's lifetime. The great quantity of memorabilia reflects the practice of the Elmore family to save both pertinent information and sentimental items. These items include numerous programs, newspaper articles, letters, and church bulletins from the 1920s to the 1980s, many of which were fastened into annual scrapbooks. In cases where deterioration of adhesives caused papers to become loose, items are organized chronologically into folders. An attempt has been made to preserve the original order and concept.

Naturally, many items focus on the spectacular successes of the young virtuoso, such as the 1933 accreditation in London and the 1936 Carnegie Hall recital. Yet, many programs and newspaper clippings reflect Elmore's strong lifelong interest in theater and opera, preserving evidence of decades of cultural life and organizations in New York and the Philadelphia area. Church bulletins chronicle services and activities at places of Elmore's employment as organist. Other items verify his strong support for charitable organizations.

Among the voluminous incoming personal and business correspondence are well-known names as well as effusive compliments from admirers. Of particular interest is correspondence from Harriet Newberry, Seth Bingham, and Pietro Yon. Mrs. Newberry frequently sent congratulatory telegrams and letters to her protg. Seth Bingham, renowned organist and composer of the generation preceding Elmore, grew to be a very close friend. Also significant are the business letters written by Thomas Halpin as Elmore's secretary from 1978 to 1985. (Friends closest to the family in the 1920s and 1930s were nicknamed as characters in Winnie-the-Pooh stories. Elmore himself was "Pooh Bear.")

The remaining biographical materials include appointment books, financial documents, and photos. It seems that at the beginning of every year Elmore listed for each day the anniversaries of birthdays, weddings, and funerals of his many friends, often giving their ages. These books list times and places of lessons ("HT PH" meant Holy Trinity Church Parish House) and social engagements, as well as progress on compositions, repertoire scheduled for church services, novels or plays being read by Elmore, and radio broadcasts he planned to hear. Often a list of income and expenses is written on the back pages; also on back pages are poems Elmore composed.

A unique subseries contains materials on theatre organ performance. The 1922 Mills book Organist's Photo-Play Instruction was a gift from Robert's parents on his thirteenth birthday. The six cue sheets may be the ones he actually used while working as theatre organist. Concluding portions of the Series contain personal sentimental items, publications containing articles of interest to Elmore, and materials pertaining primarily to other members of the family.

NOTES [r1] - indicates derivation of identical content from one format to another; [r2] - indicates audio recording is also in the Collection; [r3} - indicates cassette is copied from a reel or disc.

Chronological List of Works These works are found in the Collection as complete, dated, or from Elmore's mature years. The earliest date from the individual Series entry is used. As Elmore frequently composed for his own church and recital events, and for those of friends and students, the date of a first performance usually falls soon after the date of composing or copying; then, a long period may elapse before publication. It has been attempted to list items in order within the given year. The Subseries notations are in brackets, scoring for "Combinations of organ with instruments" is specified.

The Robert Elmore Collection is organized into two series: Music and Biography. The bulk of the music materials is manuscripts and published copies of Elmore's compositions, both vocal and instrumental. Vocal compositions are further divided according to sacred or secular texts, each with choral and solo subseries. Instrumental compositions are divided according to performance medium. Compositions are arranged alphabetically by title within each subseries. A following subseries contains student exercises and unidentified pages. The remainder of the music materials include articles written by Elmore, audio recordings, and music of other composers. These items are generally arranged either chronologically or alphabetically by composer.

The biographical materials are comprised largely of performance data and incoming correspondence. Performance data, including publicity, programs, and reviews, are arranged chronologically in several subseries. Correspondence is arranged alphabetically by name of sender. Remaining materials, such as appointment books, photos, and financial documents, also follow a general chronological order. Subsequent subseries are of theatre organ materials and miscellaneous personal and family items.

The guidance offered by Theresa Snyder, Assistant Director of the Archives, and the musicological expertise generously shared by Professor Stanley Boorman of New York University have been of immeasurable value during the processing of this Collection. Working with them, plus meeting other persons on the Archives staff and talking with friends of the late Dr. Elmore, has made this effort enjoyable and memorable. I wish the same benefits for all who research these materials.

Robert Hall Elmore, virtuoso recitalist, church musician, teacher, and composer, had maintained a studio in the family home at 130 Walnut St. in Wayne since the 1920s. Upon his death in September 1985, the contents passed into the ownership of his sister, Rachel Elmore. In 1991 her beneficiary, the National Christian Conference Center, and Elmore's personal secretary, Thomas E. Halpin, Jr., arranged for his papers to be transferred to the Archives at the University of Pennsylvania. The Conference made a formal gift of the Collection in 1993. Additional items were donated by Mary Canberg, Benjamin Epstein, Richard Grant, Thomas Halpin, Alfred Lunde, Laurel Mackenzie, Robert Plimpton, Beatrice Schlamp, Shawnee Press, Clarence Snyder, Elizabeth Vosberg, and Donald Wetzell.

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SATB and organ[r2] master [r1] copy [r1] photocopy (38 pp). Text: Bible and hymnal Comm: Luther Spayde and the choir of Central Methodist College, 1963.
Box 1 Folder 1
Two SATB choirs, S solo, and two organs[r2] draft, sketch of text, copyist choral master [r1] 2 copies(67 pp).
Box 1 Folder 2
master of full score [r1] 3 copies Text: hymnal, 1971 January 20.
Box 1 Folder 3
Two SATB choirs, soli, organ, orchestra, and narrator one page of draft; text sheet; full score (158 pp), 1968 January 16.
Box 1 Folder 4
orchestra parts; 2 choral scores.
Box 1 Folder 5
oversize conductor's photocopy of full score; pp. 1-12 of draft. Text: Bible, John Donne, and hymnal. Comm: Houghton College Festival of Church Music and Art. Premiere: Houghton College, Houghton, New York, 1968 May 10.
Box 36 Folder 1
incomplete draft; full score; text sheet; copyist choral master [r1] copy (159 pp), 1975 March 12.
Box 2 Folder 1
conductor's photocopy.
Box 2 Folder 2
photocopy of score used by organ I. A second organ replaces orchestra, and tune "Hamburg" replaces "Duke Street" Premiere at Tenth Presbyterian Church, 1975 May 18.
Box 2 Folder 3
SATB, soli, and organ[r2] master (103 pp) [r1] c; text sheets; parts for 3 trumpets and 3 trombones in Finale.
Box 3 Folder 1
draft (64 pp); p. 1 of fair copy. 2 CJ. Fischer 1948 (one copy inscribed "For dearest Kanga with love and gratitude, Bob" with photo titled "Golgotha" inside cover). Text: Bible and hymnal. Dedication: "To my Mother". A fair copy was donated to the United States Library of Congress, 1946 April 29 – 1947 June 2.
Box 3 Folder 2
SATB, T and Bar soli, organ, strings, perc, and narrator incomplete draft, master [r1] organist's copy (24 pp). Text: Moravian liturgy, Bible, and hymnal Premiere: November 4, 1962, at Central Moravian Church, 1962 August 31.
Box 3 Folder 3
SATB, soli, and organ program, text sheets, incomplete draft; fair copy of The Lord's My Shepherd ("Crimond"), "Old Hundredth," and "Lobe den Herren" / "Old Hundredth"; choral score.
Box 3 Folder 4
Te Deum Laudamus; draft, fair copy, and photocopy of "Here where the river bends".
Box 3 Folder 5
Three Short Anthems for Lent: draft, fair copy, master [r1] c; 1 copy J. Fischer. 1. The Lord Is Nigh (2 copies), 2. Except a Man Be Born Again, 3. If Any Man Will Come After Me. 1 copy in Journal of Church Music (December 1964): 23, 1961.
Box 3 Folder 6
Text: Bible, hymnal, and James Wesley Ingles. Premiere: in Convention Hall, Philadelphia, for 250th anniversary of Philadelphia Association of American Baptist, 1957 May 30.
Box 2 Folder 3
SATB, soli, and organ[r2] draft dated December 18-February 19; 2 photocopy of copyist (G. Braverman) choral score; full score and 2 copies(33 pp). Text: Bible and hymnal. Comm: Norman Mackenzie and the choir of Sellers Memorial United Methodist Church, 1974 May 19.
Box 2 Folder 4
The Holy Mountain. [See Come to Calvary's Holy Mountain].
Soprano, organ, and narrator[r2] draft; 2 text sheets; copyist glossy white fair copy of organ sections Introduction, Interlude, and Postlude (2 fair copy), and of soprano solo Little Lamb of God Text: Charles Waugaman, 1962.
Box 3 Folder 7
SATB, S and Bar soli, organ, and narrator[r2] A Pageant for Christmastide pp. 1-18 of draft; photocopy of J. Fischer; summary of sources (See also Correspondence--Needham, Ruth, December 30, 1957) incomplete photocopy of copyist (Reed) choral score (pp 1-16 and pp 3-16), 1944.
Box 4 Folder 1
fair copy and master, 3 copies choral scores; 2 copies J. Fischer for SATB and Bar solo, 1940.
Box 4 Folder 2
draft; J. Fischer copies: 2 copies for SATB w. Bar solo; 1 copy1946 for SSAA; 2 copiesopy1949 for low solo; 2 copiesopy1949 for high solo, 1944.
Box 4 Folder 2
2 . Fischer for SATB and organ; later parts for 2 trumpets, 2 trombones, and perc, 1944.
Box 4 Folder 2
J. Fischer: 2 copies for SATB; 1 copy for TTBB Dedicated to The Rev. Dr. Frank Salmon, D.D., rector of Church of the Holy Trinity, 1943.
Box 4 Folder 2
2 copies J. Fischer for SATB, 1944.
Box 4 Folder 2
J. Fischer: 2 copiesopy1944 for SATB; 2 copiesopy1946 for TTBB Text: Bible, hymnal, and traditional carols; in collaboration with Robert B. Reed, 1944, 1946.
Box 4 Folder 2
Premiere: by Camden Musical Art Society The Incarnation See The Incarnate Word: A Pageant for Christmastide, 1943 December 21.
Box 4 Folder 2
draft, copyist full score (Halpin) and 2 photocopy (22 pp); texts and program miscellany Text: from Bible by Mrs. R. Clyde Stockdale, for children's choir at Tenth Presbyterian Church, 1980.
Box 2 Folder 5
SATB, Bar solo, harp, 2 trumpets, 2 trombones, tympany, perc, and organ draft; full score and 2 photocopy (39 pp); master [r1] 2 copies of choral score Text: Bible and hymnal (For last page of draft, see sacred solo Savior, Thy Dying Love).
Box 4 Folder 3
SATB, S solo, organ, piano, and per copy full score master [r1] 2 copies(69 pp, in 3 vols), 1972 February 9.
Box 4 Folder 4
draft dated August 30, 1971; masters [r1] 2 copies of perc part (8 pp) and 2 copies vocal score (12 pp) Text: Bible (Psalm 130) and hymnal Premiere: April 16, 1972; soprano solo written for Nancy Nicks, 1971-1972.
Box 4 Folder 5
TTBB, Bar solo, orchestra or piano draft; bound photocopy of copyist full score (1940 program enclosed).
Box 5 Folder 1
pi/oomycote; master [r1] 2 copies(47 pp).
Box 5 Folder 2
copyist full score master; copyist vocal score Text: "God's Trombones" by James Weldon Johnson Dedication: Robert B. Reed and the Girard Trust Company Glee Club Premiere: May 27, 1940 Score (H. W. Gray, 1940, with piano) is available in Van Pelt Library, 1940.
Box 5 Folder 3
SATB, youth choir, Mz solo, narrator, 2 trumpets,[r2] 2 trombones, organ, and perc. Full score marked for performance; 2 photocopy (64 pp).
Box 6 Folder 1
incomplete draft; copyist master [r1] 2 copies each of brs [r1] perc parts.
Box 6 Folder 2
set of parts dated May, 16, 1982, by new copyist Text: Bible and hymnal. Comm: Robert Plimpton for 100th anniversary of Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church Premiere: December 9, 1973 (anniversary year began January 14, 1973), 1973, 1982.
Box 6 Folder 2
SATB; Bar, Mz, and A soli; organ, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones, and perc[r2] full score master [r1] copy (69 pp) inscribed "Hold / Accepted 12/58" copyist choral master; 2 copies J. Fischer 1961; photocopy of draft and parts for brass on "La Trobe" Text: Moravian hymnal. Premiere: October 12, 1958, at Central Moravian Church for dedication of Moller organ, 1958, 1961.
Box 6 Folder 3
SATB (live and recorded choirs), organ, brs, and perc. Draft; full score master [r1] copy (26 pp); copyist parts for 3 trumpets, 3 trombones, perc. Copyist master of choral score Text: Bible and hymnal Premiere: at Central Moravian Church, 1959 October 18.
Box 6 Folder 4
SATB, S solo, brs, perc, organ, strings, and narrator incomplete draft; full score master [r1] copy (119 pp); choral master (mm 362-425) copyist organ / choral master [r1] copy (56 pp) Text: Bible and hymnal. Dedication: Dr. Walser H. Allen. Premiere: at Central Moravian Church, 1963 November 3.
Box 7 Folder 1
Sermon in Swing [see The Prodigal Son].
SATB, S and Mz soli, organ, and narrator. Text sheets; incomplete draft (pp. 5-8); master [r1] 2 copies(56 pp). Text: Bible and hymnal, compiled by Rev. Walser Allen. Premiere: (Good Friday), at Central Moravian Church, 1965 April 4.
Box 7 Folder 2
SATB, soli, and organ. I. Chorale-prelude on "Hyfrydol"-- organ solo. II. Give ear, O Shepherd of Israel (from Ps. 80)--SATB, S solo, organ. III. Sing we merrily unto God (from Psalm 8)--SATB, T solo, unaccompanied IV. O how amiable are Thy dwellings (from Ps. 84)--SATB; S, A, T, soli; organ. Incomplete draft with fragments dated throughout 1965; master [r1] copy (52 pp). Text: Bible and hymnal. Premiere: December 12, 1965, at Old St. David's Church, Radnor, for 250th anniversary (Last fragment of draft from m. 515 is on back of p. 1 of draft of organ solo O Little Town of Bethlehem), 1965.
Box 7 Folder 3
SATB and organ Kyrie, Gloria tibia, Laus tibia, Sanctus, Agnus Dei, Gloria in Excelsis 2 copies Galaxy, 1955.
Box 2 Folder 6
SATB, Mz and B soli, organ, brs, bells, and perc[r2]. I. Psalm 22. II. Psalm 23 -- incomplete draft; 2 copies choral score; 2 copies Harold Flammer 1963. III. Psalm 24 -- incomplete draft; 2d trumpet and 2d trombone parts; 2 copies cong part, plus perc for "Crown Him with Many Crowns" for finale full score and master (103 pp), Premiere: October 23, 1960, at Central Moravian Church, 1960, 1963.
Box 8 Folder 1
SATB, Bar solo, piano or orchestra text sheet; draft; master full score with piano (45 pp); master full score with orchestra (84 pp) correspondence regarding 1948 National Federation of Music Clubs contest entry.
Box 8 Folder 2
SATB, Bar and A soli, organ, and narrator incomplete draft, [1969].
Box 8 Folder 3
Words from the Cross [see The Seven Last Words].
SATB and organ[r2] [finished October 13, 1943]; 2 copies Galaxy 1944. Text: Psalms 133-134. Dedication: The Rev. Peter C. Van der Hiel and the choir of the Church of St. James, Downingtown, Pa., in honor of the 100th anniversary of the church, 1943 - 1944.
Box 2 Folder 7
SATB, S solo, and organ draft, master (6 pp) [r1] 2 copies for TB, S solo, and piano; 1 copy Harold Flammer, 1968.
Box 8 Folder 4
SATB, Bar and S soli, and organ draft dated March 10, 1950, and inscribed "sent to [Vernon] De Tar March 14, 1950", 1950.
Box 8 Folder 4
SATB, S and T soli, Fr horn, and organ draft dated February 22, 1982; 2 photocopies; horn part; 1 copy Theodore Presser 1983. Text: Psalm 86. Premiere: June 13, 1982, St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Ardmore. Horn part for, and played by, Mason Jones, 1982-1983.
Box 2 Folder 7
ATB and organ incomplete draft; 1 copy Sacred Songs Text: hymnal, 1968.
Box 2 Folder 7
Carol of the Wind [see Two Christmas Carols].
Chorus and organ 2 copies Harold Flammer 1961 for SATB, 2 copies Harold Flammer 1965 for SAB; 2 copies Baptist Leader, December 1961, with music inside cover page. Text: James Wesley Ingles, 1961, 1965.
Box 2 Folder 8
A Christmas Prayer [see cantata The Incarnate Word].
Come, All Ye Who Weary [see cantata The Incarnate Word].
SATB and organ 1 copy Harold Flammer Text: Thomas Washbourne (1601-1687), 1961.
Box 2 Folder 9
SATB, organ, brass, and perc draft, fair copy, photocopy. Text: Bible and hymnal; also uses "Ora Labora" by T. Tertius Noble. Comm: Carmel Presbyterian Church, Glenside, for May 1982 Centennial Premiere: October 17, 1982, 1982.
Box 8 Folder 5
SATB 1 copy J. Fischer. Dedication: Norman P. Grubb, British Secretary, World Evangelization Crusade. In collaboration with Robert B. Reed, 1946.
Box 2 Folder 9
SATB, S solo, and organ 2 copies Harold Flammer, 1967.
Box 2 Folder 9
Cry of the Nations [see The House of Christmas].
SATB, soli, brass, perc, and organ draft; p. 5 of a fair copy; photocopy of a fair copy (20 pp); parts for 2 trumpets, 2 trombones, and percopy2 copies vocal parts. Text: "Alleluia, Christ is risen!" and "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today," by Charles Wesley.
Box 8 Folder 6
SATB and keyboard 2 copies Galaxy 1945; reprinted as "Sing a Song of Gladness," 1 copy Galaxy 1964 for SAB. Dedication: Robert C. Kircher, Director of Christ's Home, Warminster, 1945, 1965.
Box 2 Folder 9
Eastern Sages [see cantata The Incarnate Word].
Except a Man Be Born Again [see cantata From These Roots].
SSA, A solo, and keyboard draft; 2 copies H. W. Gray Text: Bible, 1950.
Box 8 Folder 7
Glory to God [see arrangements--Gregor, Christian].
Glory to God in the Highest [see cantata The Incarnate Word].
SATB, S solo, trombone solo, and organ sheet of revisions; master [r1] 2 copies, one stamped September 13, 1965 with editorial revisions and letter from "Fred," January 27, 1968. 1 copy Harold Flammer 1969Text: hymnal ("O God, Our Help in Ages Past"). (Last 8 mm of draft are on back of draft of organ prelude "St. Agnes"), 1968-1969.
Box 9 Folder 1
SATB and organ[r2] draft (on bifolio with The Living Church); 2 copies Sacred Music Text: hymnal, 1969.
Box 2 Folder 10
Hallowed Be Thy Name [see Three Exhortations].
"Halpin" [see We in One Covenant Are Joined].
SATB and organ incomplete draft.
Box 2 Folder 10
SATB, brass, perc, and organ draft, 2 photocopy of full score (20 pp); 2 copies choral parts; copyist parts for 2 trumpets, 2 trombones, tympany. Text: Bible (book of Isaiah), and Christian Gregor. Dedication: Henry C. Smith, 1983 July 23.
Box 9 Folder 2
SATB, A/Bar solo, and keyboard draft, master [r1] c. Text: G. K. Chesterton. Text replaced with "Cry of the Nations" by Eleanor Gifford; see Correspondence--Music Publishers--Mills Music.
Box 9 Folder 3
If Any Man Will Come After Me [see cantata From These Roots].
SSA, Mz solo, and piano 1 copy Galaxy Text: Psalm 34, 1947.
Box 2 Folder 11
SATB and organ 2 copies J. Fischer 1946 for SATB with A solo; 1 . Fischer 1953 for SSA. In collaboration with Robert B. Reed. Dedication: Rt. Rev. Wallace E. Conklin, Bishop of Chicago, 1946, 1953.
Box 2 Folder 11
SATB, A solo, and organ draft, fair copy [r1] photocopy, copyist 2 copies vocal parts. Text: hymnal Dedication: Laurel Mackenzie and the choir of Sellers United Methodist Church, 1982 April.
Box 9 Folder 4
SATB and keyboard 2 . Fischer, 1951.
Box 2 Folder 11
SATB, soli, and keyboard draft on bifolio with Hail, Alpha and Omega; 2 copies Sacred Music Press; in 2 copies I Believe: A Choral Festival of Faith, Sacred Music Press. Text: Harry Webb Farrington, 1967.
Box 2 Folder 10
Long Years Ago in Bethlehem [see Two Christmas Carols].
The Lord Is Nigh [see cantata From These Roots].
SATB, A solo, and organ draft dated July 6, 1948 at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church and inscribed "sent to Witmark 9/29/48". 2 . W. Gray 1949. Text: hymnal (Synesius, ca. 375-430), 1948-1949.
Box 9 Folder 5
SATB and organ draft, fair copy, master (2 pp) [r1] 2 copies.
Box 9 Folder 5
Lord Is My Shepherd [see Psalm 23 in cantata Three Psalms].
SATB and organ draft, master, 2 copies Galaxy Text: hymnal. Dedication: Ernest Willoughby and the choir of St. Mark's, Philadelphia, in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the parish, 1948.
Box 9 Folder 5
SATB, A solo, and keyboard 2 copies Galaxy. In collaboration with Robert B. Reed, 1947.
Box 2 Folder 11
SATB draft; 2 copies Sacred Songs. Text: hymnal, 1968.
Box 9 Folder 6
SATB, T solo, and organ incomplete draft dated December 7, 1948; 2 copies Galaxy 1951 Text: 6th-century Latin hymn. Dedication: J. Earl Ness, Jr., and the choir of the First Baptist Church, Philadelphia, 1948, 1951.
Box 9 Folder 6
O Come, O Come Immanuel [see cantata The Incarnate Word].
O God Our Help in Ages Past [see God of Ages].
SATB, S solo, and organ draft dated February 24, 1950; 1 copy M. Witmark 1951. Text: John Henry Newman, 1950-1951.
Box 9 Folder 6
O Lord God of My Salvation [see Three Exhortations].
SSA, Bar/A solo, and organ 1 copy Elkan-Vogel Text: Bible (Psalm 130), 1946.
Box 2 Folder 12
Mixed chorus and organ incomplete draft. Comm: by Robert Woodside, Director of Music, for Chautauqua Institute in honor of the 100th anniversary, 1974 August.
Box 9 Folder 7
Psalm 86 [see Bow Down Thine Ear].
SATB and keyboard 2 . W. Gray, 1953.
Box 2 Folder 12
SATB, soli, and organ draft; photocopy of fair copy. Text: Kenneth L. Cober. Comm: for 175th anniversary of the First Baptist Church, Philadelphia, 1973 May.
Box 2 Folder 12
Revive Thy Church [see Renew Thy Church].
SATB and organ draft; 2 copies Sacred Songs. Text: hymnal, 1967.
Box 2 Folder 12
Sing a Song of Gladness [see Easter Bells Are Ringing].
SATB (optional children's choir) and organ 2 . Fischer. Dedication: Rev. Richard H. Gurley, Rector, St. Martin's Church, Radnor. In collaboration with Robert B. Reed, 1943.
Box 2 Folder 13
SATB and organ draft; photocopy of full score (21 pp); Comm: for 150th anniversary of First Congregational Church, Elyria, Ohio, by Thomas Curtis, director of choir. Another setting of the Te Deum Laudamus text is in cantata From These Roots Two other evident settings are incomplete, 1974 November 24.
Box 9 Folder 7
Mixed voices short chorus on II Corinthians 2:14; 1 copy on Bible Club Movement newsletter, 1940s.
Box 2 Folder 13
SATB, 2 trumpets, and organ draft; 2 copyist fair copy C and trumpet parts; permission data. Text: Peter Scholtes. Dedication: Aldersgate United Methodist Church and Saint Mary Magdalen Roman Catholic Church, 1984 November 6.
Box 9 Folder 7
Thou Child Divine [see cantata The Incarnate Word].
SATB and organ draft; fair copy [r1] photocopy; text sheet; 1 copy Hinshaw 1975; letter (May 2) from Hinshaw Music. Text Bible (Psalm 34), hymnal, and Book of Common Prayer. Comm: the Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church, the Brick Presbyterian Church in New York City, and Princeton Theological Seminary in observance of the nation's Bicentennial. Premiere: May 4, 1975 at Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church, 1975.
Box 2 Folder 13
1. Hallowed Be Thy Name with T solo incomplete draft; 2 sets of master [r1] 1 c; copyist vocal master; 1 copy Witmark 1957 (RE's copy). Text: Bible. 2. O Lord God of My Salvation with A solo draft; master; photocopy; 2 copies Witmark 1957. Text: Bible (Psalm 88) 3. Who among Us Shall Dwell with the Devouring Fire? with Bar solo incomplete draft; master [r1] 1 c; copyist choral master; 2 1957. Text: Bible (Isaiah 33a;14) and Charles Wesley. Dedication: Clarence Snyder and the New Jersey Oratorio Society, 1956, 1956-1957.
Box 9 Folder 8
SATB and solo draft dated November 13, 1962; fair copy inscribed "Accepted 3/5/63) 2 . Fischer 1967. Text: anon. old English, 1962, 1967.
Box 2 Folder 14
Three Short Anthems for Lent [see cantata From These Roots].
SATB, organ, and narrator draft; 2 photocopy of fair copy. Text: Bible, hymnal, and George Washington. Comm: Valley Forge Historical Society, for the 200th anniversary of George Washington's Christmas at Valley Forge. Premiere: December 18, 1977, at Valley Forge Memorial Chapel; performed there again on June 18, 1978 as Bicentennial finale, 1977-1978.
Box 2 Folder 14
Chorus and organ Carol of the Wind (From Silesia) 2 . Fischer 1942 for SATB; 1 . Fischer 1944 for SSA. Dedication: H. Alexander Matthews. Long Years Ago in Bethlehem (From Tyrol) 2 . Fischer 1942 for SATB; 2 . Fischer 1944 for SSAA Dedication: Alexander McCurdy in collaboration with Robert B. Reed, 1942, 1944.
Box 2 Folder 14
Venite Adoremus [see The Snow Lay on the Ground].
SATB and organ copy of fair copy; 2 copies Sacred Music. Text: hymnal, 1965.
Box 2 Folder 15
SATB and organ fair copy and photocopy of 1977 hymntune "Halpin"; draft and 1 copy Harold Flammer 1979 of anthem. Text: hymnal. Comm: Hymntune "Halpin" for the fourth anniversary of the Federation of Calvary United Presbyterian and St. Paul Episcopal Churches on May 6, 1977. See also organ prelude Toccatina on "Halpin", 1977, 1979.
Box 2 Folder 15
We Praise Thee, O God [see Te Deum Laudamus].
Unis/2 part and organ 2 photocopy with letter and editorial markings; 2 copies AMSI 1968 in 2 copies I Sing to Rejoice God AMSI 1968. Text: hymnal, 1968.
Box 2 Folder 16
Who Among Us Shall Dwell with the Devouring Fire? [see Three Exhortations].
Unis mixed voices and organ 2 copies Galaxy. Text: Bible (Psalm 10), 1954.
Box 2 Folder 15
Soprano and piano[r2] draft dated April 1, 1949; master [r1] c; 2 copies Composers Press 1951. Text: Bible (from Song of Solomon). Dedication: Margaret Keiser. This work won first place in 1949 contest sponsored by Composers Press., 1949, 1951.
Box 9 Folder 9
Be Still and Know.
Voice and keyboard draft; master [r1] c. Text: Bible (from Psalm 46). Dedication: Arthur Abbott, 1954 September 5.
Box 9 Folder 9
Voice and keyboard draft dated September 14, 1954; master [r1] 2 copies; memo and invoice for Al Boss copy. Text: Bible (Jeremiah 17:7), 1954.
Box 9 Folder 10
Voice and organ draft; photocopy; 1 copy in Five Wedding Songs, AMSI, Text: John Henry Hopkins, Jr., 1969.
Box 2 Folder 17
Voice and piano fair copy. Text: Laurence Hope.
Box 2 Folder 17
God Is Our Refuge [see Be Still and Know].
Soprano and harp draft; photocopy of fair copy. Text: Joseph Hall, Bishop of Exeter, 1574-1656. Dedication: Virginia and Clarence Snyder, 1974 December.
Box 9 Folder 10
Voice and piano draft dated April 10, 1940; fair copy, Text: James Weldon Johnson, 1940.
Box 9 Folder 11
Little Lamb of God [see cantata A Hymn for the First Easter[r2]].
Baritone and organ[r2] draft; master [r1] 3 copies. Text: J. Bossart, 1778, and J. Praetorius, 1767. Dedication: for wedding of James Bucklin and Nancy Nicks, 1978 December 2.
Box 9 Folder 11
Mezzo-soprano and tenor duet, organ[r2] draft; fair copy [r1] photocopy; 1 copy AMSI 1979. Text: Bible and hymnal. Dedication: "For Carol and John Corbin with love and gratitude". Premiere:, 1974 April 14.
Box 10 Folder 1
Contralto and string quartet draft dated December 21, 1948; fair copy [r1] master, str parts; incomplete fair copy. Text: Bible (Job 10). Dedication: Lucile Miller. Premiere: January 17, 1954, Washington Memorial Chapel, 1948, 1954.
Box 10 Folder 2
Voice and keyboard draft; in 2 copies(high voice; low voice) Sanctuary Soloist, vol. 2, Fred Bock. Text: hymnal, 1986.
Box 10 Folder 3
High voice and piano[r2] draft; in 1 copy Sanctuary Soloist, Sacred Songs, 1964 in 1 copy Sanctuary Soloist, Fred Bock, 1980. Text: E. Caswall, 1964, 1980.
Box 10 Folder 3
Thou Hast Kindly Led Us (optional as baritone solo) [see anthems].
Soprano, French horn, and organ incomplete draft; fair copy; November 6, 1978, letter from Clarence Snyder with program from November 5, 1957. Text: Bible, 1975, 1978.
Box 10 Folder 3
Libretto: Zara and Edward Rhein. Cast: Zara Rhein, soprano, as Mrs. B., and Edward Rhein, baritone, as Mr. B. Premiere: February 18, 1941, at Matinee Musical Club, in Bellevue-Stratford Ballroom, Philadelphia; second performance March 3, 1941 at Plays and Players Theatre in Philadelphia (Programs in the Biography Series indicate several later performances elsewhere). The opera is noted in Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians, ed. Nicholas Slonimsky, s.v. "Elmore, Robert," as the first American opera to be televised., 1941.
Box 10 Folder 3
master pp. 1-66; draft dated January 25, 1941 pp. 35-114 [r1] 4 bifolia [r1] 2 single sheets; draft (9 pp) [r1] master (8 pp) [r1] copy of "new scene" (pp. 43-51) [r1] p. 114.
Box 10 Folder 4
RE's photocopy in books 1-4.
Box 2 Folder 18
Edward Rhein's incomplete photocopy, books 1, 3, and 4.
Box 2 Folder 19
Overture:[r2] copyist parts: master [r1] copies of str parts (1 each of 9 vln I, 9 vln 2, 7 vla, 6 vc, 5 cb); 5 loose colletts; harp part; dupl part for cymbals, tam-tam, and triangle; orchestra draft pp. 1-18; fair copy of full score (complete 31 pp).
Box 10 Folder 5
copyist (DeCesare) May 1942: master full score [r1] bound photocopy; wdwd, brass, [r1] perc parts.
Box 2 Folder 20
master pp. 1-66; draft dated January 25, 1941 pp. 35-114 [r1] 4 bifolia [r1] 2 single sheets; draft (9 pp) [r1] master (8 pp) [r1] copy of "new scene" (pp. 43-51) [r1] p. 114.
Box 10 Folder 4
RE's photocopy in books 1-4.
Box 2 Folder 18
Edward Rhein's incomplete photocopy, books 1, 3, and 4.
Box 2 Folder 19
Whole opera:.
orchestration draft; fair copy of cover and p. 119.
Box 10 Folder 6
master full score (complete 369 pp); correspondence; typed libretto [r1] photocopy; publicity items.
Box 2 Folder 21
piece of "Mon Amour" wallpaper.
Box OS 1
TTBB and two pianos 2 mss in Reed's hand; draft of 2-pi part; drafts in Reed's and RE's hands; master 2 copies Oliver Ditson 1942. Text: Robert B. Reed. Premiere: May 26, 1941, Girard Trust Company Glee Club, at Girls High School, Philadelphia, 1941-1942.
Box 11 Folder 1
SATB and piano draft dated April 2, 1947; incomplete fair copy, 1947.
Box 12 Folder 1
Children (SA) and piano (New England folk song) draft; 2 copies Harold Flammer 1965. Dedication: Jane Francis and the Upper Merion Elementary School. Premiere: May 1963, by Upper Merion Elementary School Chorus, 1963, 1965.
Box 11 Folder 1
TTBB and piano draft dated January 13-14, 1942; fair copy; master [r1] 2 copies; 2 . Fischer 1942. Text: William Shakespeare, from Julius Caesar, 1942.
Box 12 Folder 1
SATB incomplete drafts of sonnets II and III [1935]; fair copy, pseudonym "Martin Jenkins" cover inscribed "1st Choice E[ugene] O]rmandy" (plus signature of other judge). Text: Arthur Davison Ficke, from Beauty in Exile. Premiere: January 18, 1939, Philadelphia, as 1938 winner of contest sponsored by Mendelssohn Club, 1935, 1939.
Box 12 Folder 1
Tribute to George Washington [see sacred anthems.].
SATB. For SATB: 3 copies Theodore Presser 1941 (1 marked as instrumentation work copy). SATB parts only in Songs of Freedom, Theodore Presser, 1942. For solo voice: 2 copies Theodore Presser 1942. 1 copy Theodore Presser 1941 reprinted in Etude (February 1942): 110. For TTBB: master; 2 copies Theodore Presser 1942 copyist full score, and parts for perc, E-flat alto horn, 3d vln or vla, 1942.
Box 12 Folder 3
oversize instrumentation for band by Ross Wyre.
Box 36 Folder 2
SATB and orchestra full score; copyist (Braverman), all parts (1 each of originally 8 vln 1, 7 vln 2, 6 vla, 5 vc, 4 cb) 1 copy Galaxy 1948 for SATB and piano [r1] 1 photocopy, 1949 February 20.
Box 12 Folder 4
Voice and piano draft dated July 1, 1937. Text: Arthur Davison Ficke, 1937.
Box 12
Arise, My Love [see sacred solos].
Voice and piano draft; fair copy [r1] master. Text: Eleanor Gifford.
Box 11
Voice and piano fair copy [r1] master.
Box 11
Low voice and orchestra Piano/vocal: draft; incomplete fair copy; complete fair copy [r1] master; copyist (Skoloverseky) bound fair copy (maroon) [r1] master [r1] bound photocopy (brown). full score dated May 14, 1940; copyist orchestra parts; letter. Text: Eleanor Gifford. Premiere: May 25, 1940, in Irvine Auditorium, University of Pennsylvania, 1940.
Box 12
Voice and piano master dated May 25, 1939 [r1] c. Text: Voetter, 1939.
Box 11
Low voice and orchestra. Piano/vocal: 2 master [r1] c; fair copy; orchestra draft; 2 copies copyist fair copy bound full score (blue) [r1] master [r1] bound copy (green); copyist (DeCesare) master of str parts [r1] 1 copy each (of originally 7 vln 1, 6 vln 2, 5 vla, 4 vc, 3 cb); orchestra parts. Text: Eleanor Gifford Premiere: May 11, 1941, in Irvine Auditorium, University of Pennsylvania, cond. [Guglielmo] Sabatini, 1941.
Box 13
Poster of Lt. Eleanor Gifford's recital while stationed in Germany, 1947 January 22.
Box OS 1
Voice and piano draft is on back of Concerto in C minor for Organ and Orchestra, II fair copy dated June 10, 1937; 2 copies Galaxy 1938 also fair copy of another early setting of this text (on back is partial draft of piano/organ duet Venite Adoremus). Text: Arthur Davison Ficke. This work was the first Elmore composition to be published., 1937-1938.
Box 12
"Lady Bug" [see Nursery Rhyme].
Voice and piano draft dated November 22, 1950; text sheet for three love songs. Text: Beaumont Bruestle, 1950.
Box 12
Voice and piano draft dated January 26, 1938; copyist fair copy; 2 copyist (DeCesare, July 1941) masters [r1] c. Text: Arthur Davison Ficke, 1938, 1941.
Box 12
Voice and piano draft; text sheet; 1 copy Elkan-Vogel inscribed by Thornton Oakley. Text: Thornton Oakley (University of Pennsylvania, Class of '01), 1940.
Box 11
Voice and piano in 2 copies Bicentennial Songs 1740-1940: University of Pennsylvania, Thornton W. Allen Co. Text: Thornton Oakley (University of Pennsylvania, Class of '01), 1940.
Box 11
Voice and piano master in key of F; fair copy in key of E flat in Reed's hand. In collaboration with Robert B. Reed (mid-1940s).
Box 11
Voice and piano draft (on back of draft of sacred solo The Judgment Day); master a 1940 copyist master [r1] c; 2 masters by copyist DeCesare (July 1941) [r1] copy Text: John Fletcher. Dedication: "For Virginia Kendrick Who was the first to bring this song to life—and whose singing is one of the delights of my artistic life-- just as her friendship is one of the treasures of my "everyday" life. Gratefully and affectionately, Bob October--1940", 1940.
Box 11
Voice and piano master [r1] c. Text: anon.
Box 11
Voice and piano 2 draft versions dated January 1, 1938, and February 8, 1938, 1938.
Box 13
Voice and piano 2 settings: each has 2 drafts and 1 fair copy (total of 6 mss). Text: Laurence Hope.
Box 13
Voice and piano draft [r1] master. Text: Frances Shaw.
Box 13
Voice and piano master in Reed's hand. In collaboration with Robert B. Reed.
Box 11
Air [see Two Pieces].
incomplete draft; 2 copies Harold Flammer, 1964.
Box 13 Folder 3
incomplete draft dated April 21, 1944; 1 photocopy Galaxy 1945. Dedication: Rachel, 1944-1945.
Box 11 Folder 4
Christmas Night [see prelude Night of the Star].
draft dated June 14, 1939; master (5 pp).
Box 13 Folder 3
a collection compiled by RE; 1 copy Oliver Ditson, 1942.
Box 11 Folder 4
draft dated September 12, 1955; master (12 pp); 2 copies Harold Flammer 1956. Dedication: Clarence Snyder (first titled Rhapsody on Nursery Tunes), 1955-1956.
Box 13 Folder 3
Holiday [see Two Pieces for Organ].
[before 1942]; 1 photocopy of Galaxy, 1946.
Box 11 Folder 4
draft; copyist glossy white fair copy of organ sections Introduction, Interlude, and additional enlarged Postlude, with soprano solo Little Lamb of God, 1962.
Box 3 Folder 7
fair copy titled Nocturne (3 pp) [r1] master [r1] c; 1 photocopy J. Fischer. Dedication: Virgil Fox, 1940.
Box 13 Folder 3
"Albert" [see Contemporary Chorale Preludes].
"Ave Maria" [see Two Choral Preludes].
Beneath the Cross of Jesus [see Three Miniatures].
Children of the Heavenly Father [see Three Miniatures].
Come to Calvary's Holy Mountain [see Contemporary Chorale Preludes].
Come, Ye Disconsolate [see Themes for Organ].
"Consolation" [see Themes for Organ].
1 photocopy Sacred Music Press. 1. "In vernali tempore" (Now the Spring Has Come Again) incomplete draft; 2. "St. Agnes" (Jesus, the Very Thought of Thee) draft; 3. "Olivet" (My Faith Looks Up to Thee) In 1 copy Lorenz Sacred Organ Journal (September 1967); 4. "Hankey" (I Love to Tell the Story); 5. God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen; 6. "Harwell" (Hark! Ten Thousand Harps and Voices); 7. "Albert" (Come to Calvary's Holy Mountain) incomplete draft, 1966.
Box 11 Folder 4
"Dominus regit me" [see Three Miniatures].
"Evan" [see Themes for Organ].
God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen [see Contemporary Chorale Preludes].
"Greenwood" [see Themes for Organ].
"Halpin" [see We in One Covenant Are Joined].
"Hankey" [see Contemporary Chorale Preludes].
Hark! Ten Thousand Harps [see Contemporary Chorale Preludes].
"Harwell" [see Contemporary Chorale Preludes].
Here, O My Lord [see Themes for Organ].
"Herzliebster Jesu" [see Sonata for Organ].
Box 11 Folder 5
"Hyfrydol" [see cantata Shepherd of Israel, I].
I Love to Tell the Story [see Contemporary Chorale Preludes].
"In Vernali Tempore" [see Contemporary Chorale Preludes].
Jesus, Source of My Salvation [see "Zurich"].
Jesus, I Live to Thee [see Themes for Organ].
Jesus Makes My Heart Rejoice [see Three Meditative Moments].
Jesus, the Very Thought of Thee [see Contemporary Chorale Prelude].
Jesus, Thou Joy of Loving Hearts [see Themes for Organ].
The King of Love My Shepherd Is [see Three Miniatures].
"Lancashire" [see Mixture IV].
"Langran" [see Themes for Organ].
Lead on, O King Eternal [see Mixture IV].
The Lord's My Shepherd [see Themes for Organ].
Look Up, My Soul, to Christ Thy Joy [see Three Meditative Moments].
draft dated December 2, 1957; 1 copy H. W. Gray 1971 Comm: "Commissioned by David McKinney. Williams on the occasion of the International Congress of Organists, 1957, London, England", 1957, 1971.
Box 11 Folder 5
2 copies Harold Flammer, 1970.
Box 13 Folder 4
"Lancashire" (Lead on, O King Eternal) draft.
Box 13 Folder 4
"Morecambe" (Spirit of God, Descend upon My Heart) draft.
Box 13 Folder 4
"Morecambe" [see Mixture IV].
My Faith Looks Up to Thee [see Contemporary Chorale Preludes].
draft dated October 20-November 22, 1950; photocopy of Galaxy 1952. Premiere: April 24, 1951, in Minneapolis, by RE, 1950-1952.
Box 13 Folder 4
Now the Spring Has Come Again [see Contemporary Chorale Preludes].
incomplete draft; master; copyist master [r1] c. Comm: "Commissioned by The Church of the Holy Trinity, Philadelphia, in honor of the 100th anniversary of the writing of the hymn O Little Town, by Philips Brooks and Lewis Redner, Christmas 1968", 1968.
Box 13 Folder 4
"Olivet" [see Contemporary Chorale Preludes].
"Quebec" [see Themes for Organ].
"Round Me Falls the Night" [see "Seelenbrautigam"].
"St. Agnes" [see Contemporary Chorale Preludes].
"St. Christopher" [see Three Miniatures].
"St. Theodulph" [see Two Choral Preludes].
[1945]; 1 photocopy H.W. Gray 1949, 1945, 1949.
Box 11 Folder 5
Spirit of God, Descend upon My Heart [see Mixture IV].
Supplication [see Two Choral Preludes].
"Sussex Carol" [see Night of the Star].
1 photocopy of 2.-5. from Sacred Songs. 1. "Greenwood" (Jesus, I Live to Thee) draft, master, Dedication: Elmer Mack; 2. "Langran" (Here, O My Lord) draft 3. "Evan" (The Lord's My Shepherd); 4. "Consolation" (Come, Ye Disconsolate) draft; 5. "Quebec" (Jesus, Thou Joy of Loving Hearts) draft, 1968.
Box 13 Folder 5
master [r1] c; 2 copies Harold Flammer. 1. Jesus Makes My Heart Rejoice draft; 2. What Offering Shall I Bring to Thee? Draft; 3. Look Up, My Soul, to Christ Thy Joy, 1958.
Box 13 Folder 6
1 copy Harold Flammer. 1. Beneath the Cross of Jesus (" St. Christopher"); 2. The King of Love My Shepherd Is (" Dominus regit me") draft;3. Children of the Heavenly Father (Swedish melody) copyist incomplete, 1962.
Box 11 Folder 5
fair copy Triumph [see Two Choral Preludes].
photocopy Elkan-Vogel 1942 1. Supplication (on Arcadelt "Ave Maria") draft dated June 6, 1941; 2. Triumph (on "St. Theodulph") draft, 1941-1942.
Box 11 Folder 5
incomplete draft; fair copy [r1] photocopy dated January 2, 1979. Premiere: June 7, 1979, at St. Monica's Roman Catholic Church, Philadelphia.
Box 13 Folder 6
What Offering Shall I Bring to Thee? [see Three Meditative Moments].
master [r1] copy dated "Christmastide 1965". Dedication: Joel Krott.
Box 13 Folder 4
Pavane [see Rhythmic Suite].
Retrospection [see Suite for Organ].
Rhapsody on Nursery Tunes [see Fantasy on Nursery Tunes].
incomplete draft; fair copy; copyist (DeCesare) fair copy (9 pp) dated July 1942 [r1] master [r1] c. 2 copies St. Mary's Press 1954 rejection slips from H. W. Gray 1946 and Gordon V. Thompson 1951. Dedication: Claire Coci, 1942-1954.
Box 14 Folder 1
I Rhythms, II Pavane, III Rigadoon, IV Finale. draft dated June-September 1949; fair copy [r1] master [r1] c; 1 copy St. Mary's Press 1954 letter and fair copy of Pavane arr. for violin and organ by Mary Canberg, 1960, 1949-1960.
Box 14 Folder 2
I Allegro, II Chorale Prelude on "Herzliebster Jesu", III Toccata[r2].draft; 1 copy Harold Flammer 1980. Dedication: Norman Mackenzie as birthday gift, July 17, 1975. Premiere: December 12, 1976, at Tenth Presbyterian Church., 1975-1980.
Box 11 Folder 6
I Chorale, II Theme and Variations, III Andante ("Retrospection") additional fair copy [r1] master [r1] c; 1 photocopy J. Fischer 1940. Dedication: Rollo Maitland, IV March. sketches as student exercises (including II as Musette and Minuetto) draft; fair copy; [1931-1933], 1931-1940.
Box 14 Folder 3
Suite in Rhythm [see Rhythmic Suite].
Triad for Organ [see Two Pieces for Organ].
Trio: Canon all' Ottava [see Two Pieces].
drafts of No. 4 and No. 6; 1 copy Elkan-Vogel, 1965.
Box 14 Folder 3
1 photocopy H. W. Gray 1943. Dedication: Kanga. 1. Air[r2] incomplete draft. 2. Trio: Canon all' Ottava fair copy [r1] master [r1] c.
Box 14 Folder 3
1. Holiday for Organ photocopy from Sacred Songs 1956, Dedication: David Craighead [see also Holiday: Rhapsody for Two Pianos. 2. Triad for Organ, I Tonic, II Mediant, III Dominant. draft dated 1943, revised April 14, 1944; master [r1] 2 copies, 1943-1956.
Box 14 Folder 4
Christ the Lord Is Risen Today [see Festival Toccata].
Chorale Fantasia [see Until Our Rest Be Won].
I Andante-Allegro, II Adagio, III Scherzo. draft and instructions to copyist (See also partial draft on We in One Covenant).
Box 11 Folder 7
copyist's photocopy of draft; copyist fair copy. Premiere: April 20, 1977, at Curtis Institute of Music, by Jeffrey Shuman, trumpet, and Robert Elmore, organ.
Box 11 Folder 8
I Andante molto moderato, II Interlude for organ and solo trombone on "Veni, Creator Spiritus", III Passacaglia--Andante molto moderato. last sheet (p. 13a and p. 16) of draft dated August 12, 1964 master [r1] c; 1 set parts from H. W. Gray 1969. Dedication: Robert Plimpton. Premiere: November 1, 1964, at Central Moravian Church. Score published H. W. Gray 1964 is in Van Pelt Library., 1964, 1969.
Box 14 Folder 5
Concerto in C Minor for Organ and Orchestra [see orchestral works].
Organ, brass, perc draft; full score; parts for 2 trumpets, 2 trombones, and perc; photocopy with editorial indications; 1 copy Harold Flammer 1986. Dedication: "in memory of my good friend and beloved teacher, Pietro Yon (1886-1943)". Premiere: April 15, 1979 at Tenth Presbyterian Church.
Box 14 Folder 6
Organ, 2 trumpets, 2 trombones, perc drafts dated February 22-29, 1960; full score master [r1] 2 copies, 2 copies Harold Flammer 1961, 3 extra copies of brass and perc parts, 1960-1961.
Box 14 Folder 7
Organ and cello photocopy of fair copy (22 pp); copyist cello part (2 pp); organ registration (1 p). Premiere: April 27, 1969, at First Presbyterian Church, Moorestown, N.J., by Robert Plimpton, organ, and James Holesoverseky, cello, 1969.
Box 11 Folder 9
Festival Prelude [see Venite Adoremus].
Organ, 2 trumpets, 2 trombones draft (10 pp) dated February 20, 1965; full score master; copyist brass and perc parts, 1 copy Harold Flammer 1972, 1965, 1972.
Box 15 Folder 1
Organ and strings. master [r1] copy (6 pp). Dedication: Elmer Mack. Premiere: November 4, 1962, at Central Moravian Church.
Box 15 Folder 1
Organ and strings[r2] draft; str parts; fair copy (5 pp) for str and wdwd behind introductory titles.
Box 15 Folder 2
1 copy Westminster Press 1953 of Projectionist Cue Sheet and Utilization Guide, I-III (For filmstrips and reels see audio recordings.).
Box 25 Folder 1
Organ and piano incomplete draft; fair copy [r1] photocopy. Comm: Delta Omicron, 1982. Premiere: 1984 for Delta Omicron Foundation 75th anniversary.
Box 15 Folder 3
Organ, 2 trumpets, 2 trombones. master (7 pp) [r1] copy with tam-tam added; 1 . Fischer 1963. Also in The Son of Man , cantata compiled by Howard D. McKinney, text sheet and 1 . Fischer 1963, 1963.
Box 15 Folder 3
master (23 pp) [r1] 2 copies, 1 marked with revisions. Dedication: Marilyn Mason. Premiere: January 17, 1954.
Box 15 Folder 4
Rhapsody for Organ and Brass.
Organ and carillonic bells draft pp. 1-6 (draft pp. 7, 8, and 8a dated "begun November 8, 1947" are on back of Holiday: Rhapsody for Two Pianos, pp. 19-21); master in Twelve Compositions by American Composers for Organ and Bells, 2 copies Theodore Presser 1949. This composition won first prize in 1947 Schulmerich contest., 1947, 1949.
Box 11 Folder 10
Thanksgiving Paean [see Thanksgiving Praise].
Organ, brass, opt per (on We Gather Together, and Come, Ye Thankful People) draft; full score; sheet of Halpin's suggestions for editor; 1 copy Harold Flammer 1985. Dedication: "To the memory of my Father who died Thanksgiving Eve, 1935".
Box 15 Folder 5
Organ, strings, and perc, I Andante Cantabile and Adagio lamentoso, II Allegro giusto. 1954: incomplete draft; master (131 mm) [r1] 2 copies for organ and string quartet; 1 set str parts; copyist additional set of master [r1] str parts. Premiere: August 4, 1954, at Washington Memorial Chapel, Valley Forge.
Box 15 Folder 6
1961: revised master (240 mm) [r1] copy for organ, strings, and perc different copyist set of parts. Dedication: William Whitehead. Premiere: November 5, 1961, at Central Moravian Church.
Box 15 Folder 7
Organ, string quartet, and horn fair copy. Dedication: "in memory of Mrs. Honeycutt". Premiere: January 10, 1960, at Central Moravian Church, 1960.
Box 15 Folder 4
Organ and piano incomplete draft dated February 12-March 12, 1951 (incomplete draft also on back of p. 4 of draft of vocal secular solo From the Heights and on back of pp. 6-18 of Holiday: Rhapsody for Two Pianos). 1 copy J. Fischer, 1951.
Box 11 Folder 10
I Andante maestoso, II Andante cantabile, III Allegro. incomplete drafts.
Box 16 Folder 1
possible preliminary drafts as student exercises.
Box 16 Folder 2
wdwd parts; str parts (1 each of originally 9 vln 1, 8 vln 2, 7 vla, 6 vc, 5 cb).
Box 16 Folder 3
brass parts; 1 (of originally 3) perc parts.
Box 16 Folder 4
Box 25 Folder 2
copyist (Skoloverseky) bound oversize full score dated March 10, 1938. Scoring: 2 fl, picc, 2 ob, Eng hn, 2 clar, bass clar, 2 bsn, contrabsn, 4 horns, 2 trpt, 3 trb, tuba, tymp, perc, harp, organ, 5 str. Pseudonym "F. B. Knapp" is on covers of I and II. Cover II is filed under cantata The Prodigal Son, as on the back is a partial draft of the cantata, as well as a draft fragment of this concerto.
Box 36 Folder 3
sketch; orch draft dated May 24, 1946; full score dated May 1946. clar pt and sheets of revisions; incomplete master (41 pp) of different versions. Scoring: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 clar, 2 bsn, 2 horns, 3 trpt, tymp, solo clar, 5 str, 1946.
Box 17 Folder 1
Legend [see Narrative for Solo Horn and Orchestra].
I Sleepy Hollow Andante moderato, II Ichabod Crane Andante con moto, III The Party at Van Tassells' (Barn Dance) Alla Breve, IV The Ride of Ichabod and the Headless Horseman Lento misterioso. drafts; bound full score.
Box 17 Folder 2
copyist (DeCesare, December 1940) set of str parts master [r1] copy of additional set of str parts (1 each of originally 9 vln 1, 9 vln 2, 6 vla, 6 vc, 6 cb).
Box 17 Folder 3
master of full score [r1] bound photocopy inscribed "First performance by Pennsylvania Symphony Orchestra, Guglielmo Sabatini, conductor, June 7, 1942.".
Box 25 Folder 3
copyist wdwd, brass, perc parts. Scoring: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 clar, 2 bsn, 3 horns, 2 trpt, 2 trb, tymp, perc, 7 str (solo vln, vlns 1-2, vla, vc div., cb).
Box 11 Folder 11
draft; master of full score (33 pp); copyist master of str parts copyist all parts (1 each of originally 3 vln 1, 3 vln 2, 2 vla, 1 vc, 1 cb).
Box 17 Folder 4
2 copies of oversize full score dated 1951. Scoring: 1 fl, 1 ob, 2 clar, 1 bsn, 2 horns, 2 trpt, 1 trb, tymp, cymbal, tamtam, harp, 5 str. Premiereiere: April 27, 1952, by National Gallery Orchestra, Washington, D.C.
Box 36 Folder 4
orch draft dated November 24, 1945, before revision of ending dated January 4 and January 9, 1945 [6]; copyist master of full score and bound photocopy. Scoring: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 clar, 2 bsn, 3 horns, 1 trpt, tymp, cymbal, 4 str.
Box 18 Folder 1
p. 1 of sketch; orch draft dated June 9, 1942 (was first titled "Legend") copyist (DeCesare, June 1942) master of full score [r1] bound photocopy inscribed "first performance by the Trenton Symphony Orchestra, Gugielmo Sabatini, conductor, William Sabatini, soloist, January 12, 1943," marked for revisions, with 1958 correspondence and receipt inside cover. solo horn master [r1] 2 copies; copyist str master; bass clar and 3d fl parts. Scoring: 1 fl, 2d fl/picc, 3d fl ad lib, 2 ob, 2 clar, bass clar ad lib, 2 bsn, 3 horns, solo horn, 3 trpt, 2 trb, tymp, cymbal, triangle, tamtam, 5 str. Dedication: William Sabatini, solo horn of Trenton Symphony Orchestra, 1942-1943, 1958.
Box 18 Folder 2
I Green, I Blue, III Orange. draft; full score; copyist (DeCesare, January 1941) master of full score and master of parts [r1] 1 set of parts (1 each of originally 7 vln 1, 6 vln 2, 5 vla, 4 vc, 2 cb). 2 copies Associated Music Publishers 1942 (but only 1 set of parts). Premiereiere: May 18, 1941, by NBC Radio String Symphony Orchestra, cond. Frank Black, over station WEAF.
Box 18 Folder 3
draft; orch draft; full score (58 pp) dated August 22, 1935.
Box 19 Folder 1
full score (51 pp) inscribed "First performance by Philadelphia Orchestra, Leopold Stokowski, conductor, April 9-10, 1937" [r1] master.
Box 19 Folder 2
copyist (Skoloverseky) full score and parts (1 each of originally 8 vln 1, 8 vln 2, 7 vla, 6 vc, 5 cb). Scoring: picc, 3 fl, 2 ob, Eng horn, 2 clar in A, bass clar, 2 bsn, contrabsn, 4 horns, 3 trpt, 3 trb, tuba, perc, harp, 5 str.
Box 19 Folder 3
incomplete draft (pp. 1-4); master of FSC (40 pp).
Box 19 Folder 4
String quartet and harp full score; copyist all parts.
Box 19 Folder 5
draft (9 pp); fair copy (16 pp) [r1] master; copyist parts, 1942 December 19.
Box 19 Folder 5
Brass quartet copyist parts.
Box 11 Folder 12
I Andante doloroso, II Allegro molto, III Lento triste. draft (11 pp) dated September 2 through November 27, 1950. fair copy; vln and vc parts.
Box 20 Folder 1
Piano. draft arr. for Flora McCurdy (Mrs. Alexander). 3 letters of correspondence, 1975 May - June.
Box 11 Folder 12
Piano. draft, 1950 August 10.
Box 11 Folder 12
draft [1938]; master [r1] photocopy of a fair copy (16 pp); copyist (Pemberton) fair copy rejection slip from G. Schirmer 1948. Dedication: Harold Triggs (On back of pp. 6-18 of fair copy is incomplete draft of Venite Adoremus; on back of pp. 19-21 is incomplete draft of Speranza.) [see also Holiday for Organ in Two Pieces for Organ], 1938, 1948.
Box 20 Folder 2
Harpsichord. master [r1] copy (5 pp).
Box 20 Folder 3
Look Up, My Soul, to Christ Thy Joy [See combinations of organ with instruments].
Swing Rhapsody [see Holiday: Rhapsody for Two Pianos].
I Psalm 69:1-3 Andante doloroso, II Psalm 149:3 Allegro vigoroso. draft dated September 23, 1943; master (5 pp) [r1] c; copyist master (9 pp) [r1] c. Dedication: Eunice Eaton. Premiereiere: December 7, 1945, 1943, 1945.
Box 20 Folder 3
Venite Adoremus [see combinations of organ with instruments].
2 pianos. Largo and Allegro giusto. draft; master plus pages of revisions (19 pp).
Box 20 Folder 3
2 trprts and 2 trbs parts.
Box 20 Folder 4
Brass quintet incomplete draft; fair copy; 1 verse and Amen.
Box 20 Folder 4
Organ, 2 trparts, 2 trbs, and perc draft; 2 sets of parts [r1] photocopy of trparts I and II Trinity Hymnal (1961) 198 1 verse.
Box 20 Folder 4
Organ and brass quintet incomplete draft; fair copy; 2 verses and Amen.
Box 20 Folder 4
Brass quintet. draft; fair copy [r1] photocopy; 1 verse.
Box 20 Folder 4
Organ, 3 trparts, and 3 trbs. incomplete draft; brass parts; 2 verses.
Box 20 Folder 5
2 trparts, 2 trbs, and perc. draft; parts; Trinity Hymnal (1961) 149.
Box 20 Folder 5
Descant for 2 trparts draft [r1] photocopy for copyist, inscribed [to follow] "last chord of Lancashire"; copyist (Halpin) worksheets and parts; introduction and 3 verses.
Box 20 Folder 5
Brass and viola. parts for 2 trparts, trb, vla verse 3 with interlude of The Heavens are Telling (from Beethoven).
Box 20 Folder 5
Organ and Brass. draft; Trinity Hymnal (1961) 620 2 verses.
Box 20 Folder 6
2 trparts, 2 trbs, and perc. draft; parts; Trinity Hymnal (1961) 201 1 verse.
Box 20 Folder 6
4 trparts, 2 fl, and tymp. draft; parts; Trinity Hymnal (1961) 231 1 verse.
Box 20 Folder 6
SATB, 2 trparts, 2 trbs, tymp, and organ. draft; fair copy; copyist master [r1] 2 sets of brass and choral parts tune of "Vom Himmel hoch" 1 verse.
Box 20 Folder 6
Organ, strings, and brass. incomplete draft; full score [r1] 2 photocopy; copyist master [r1] parts. Trinity Hymnal (1961) 26; 7 verses for Tenth Presbyterian Church 150th anniversary.
Box 20 Folder 7
Descant. draft; fair copy; July 28, 1976 rejection letter.
Box 11 Folder 13
For SATB, organ, strings, brass, perc master of full score (19 pp) [r1] photocopy; brass parts; photocopy (7 pp) of vocal score.
Box 20 Folder 8
Beacon Hill Music, perc part, 1972.
Box 11 Folder 13
3 mss: 2 SATB, partially transposed, and one 3-voice with piano.
Box 20 Folder 9
fair copy.
Box 20 Folder 9
vocal score as draft for arr; 2 copies choral score; choral master (2 pp). trpt pt; copyist trb and tymp master [r1] all parts; 2 copies Harold Flammer 1980. Premiereiere: October 12, 1958, at Central Moravian Church for the dedication of the Moller organ, 1958, 1980.
Box 11 Folder 14
master of choral score.
Box 11 Folder 14
Arr. for SATB, solo, organ, and strings. master (13 pp) [r1] 2 copies; copyist str master.
Box 20 Folder 9
Arr. for organ, brass, and strings. master (9 pp) [r1] 2 copies; copyist str master [r1] all parts (1 each of originally 3 vln 1, 3 vln 2, 2 vla, 2 vc).
Box 21 Folder 1
Three Songs from Music in the Air, master for vocal pt (9 pp); I Bring My Song to You, 2 fair copy vocal score; The Whistling Boy, 4 fair copy vocal score.
Box 20 Folder 9
Piano score G. Schirmer, 1950. Arr. for organ and perc; organ registration marked in piano score copyist (mixed fair copy and photocopy) 3 perc parts; miscellaneous memos. Premiereiere: December 6, 1970 in dedicatory series for Allen organ[r2], 1950.197.
Box 25 Folder 4
fair copy.
Box 20 Folder 9
Arr. for SATB, strings, celesta, organ. pp. 5-16 of draft; full score master (19 pp) dated September 26, 1962 [r1] 1 c.
Box 21 Folder 2
fair copy [r1] photocopy of brs and perc parts.
Box 11 Folder 13
Early exercises--a.
Box 21 Folder 3
Early exercises--b.
Box 21 Folder 4
Early exercises--c.
Box 21 Folder 5
Early exercises--d.
Box 22 Folder 1
Early exercises--e.
Box 25 Folder 5
For Mrs. Newberry: Three Selections (1928, with revisions); The Manger Song.
Box 22 Folder 2
Advanced exercises.
Box 22 Folder 3
Box 22 Folder 4
The Dog-Catchers, fair copy; For Kanga on her Birthday with an immense amount of love from Pooh, fair copy dated April 22, 1933; text by Frederick Locker-Lampson; Georgia, fair copy; I Have Seen Beauty . . ., draft; incomplete full score for voice and orchestra; Les Silhouettes, fair copy; To a Golden-Haired Girl in a Louisiana Town, 3 fair copy [ca. 1936-37]; text by Paul Laurence Dunbar.
Box 22 Folder 5
various mss; fair copy for SATB, [1930].
Box 22 Folder 6
various mss; incomplete fair copy for SATB and keyboard.
Box 22 Folder 6
Instrumental pieces.
Box 22 Folder 7
various mss.
Box 22 Folder 8
various mss; master (21 pp) [r1] fair copy, [1932 April].
Box 23 Folder 1
various mss; fair copy (21 pp).
Box 23 Folder 2
draft (partial draft also on back of a fair copy of student song To a Golden-Haired Girl), fair copy (loose in 10 bifolia); parts, [1934-1936].
Box 23 Folder 3
bound fair copy [r1] master [r1] c. Won prize at University of Pennsylvania; pseudonym "Francis Vale". Performed June 7, 1939 at Philadelphia Art Alliance; slow movement broadcast June 28, 1939, over radio WIP [see also Suite for Organ and orchestral works Concerto in C minor and Valley Forge-1777], 1939.
Box 23 Folder 4
Te Deum Laudamus: incomplete drafts of two settings for SATB: undated, and August 24, 1950, plus text sheet and letter regarding a contest; Gloria in Excelsis: draft; incomplete fair copy (21 pp) for SATB, soli, organ, brass, and perc.
Box 24 Folder 1
Texted fragments.
Box 24 Folder 2
Fragments in keyboard scoring: unidentified pages, and identifiable hymntunes.
Box 24 Folder 3
I Andante mosso pp. 1-50, II Andante pp. 51-87, III Largo maestoso pp. 88-112 plus unnumbered pp; appears incomplete, 1944 June 15.
Box 24 Folder 4
Unidentified fragments scored for instruments.
Box 24 Folder 5
Unidentified fragments in undesignated scoring.
Box 24 Folder 6
"Adventure in Writing Film Music." Crescendo: 4-5, 10-11., 1954 February.
Box 25 Folder 6
"Art for the Lord's Sake." The American Organist 43: 22, 28, 30. 2 copies., 1960 June.
Box 25 Folder 6
"The Choir Went First." Tenth--an Evangelical Journal: (1972 October): 2-7. Reprint Journal of Church Music 16 (1974 October): 9-12, 14., 1972, 1974.
Box 25 Folder 6
"A Choirmaster's Spiritual Duties." Music Journal 16: 8, 73., 1958 November-December.
Box 25 Folder 6
"Christian Classics in Music." Eternity: 14-15. 2 copies., 1954 November.
Box 25 Folder 6
"A Good Church Organist Is a Rarity." Music Journal 26: 27., 1968 February.
Box 25 Folder 6
Letter responding to reader, in Journal of Church Music: 12., 1969 February.
Box 25 Folder 6
"Make a Joyful Noise." Eternity: 18-19, 40. 2 copies of pages. 18-19., 1954 July.
Box 25 Folder 6
"Music--The True Handmaid of Religion." The News Sheet: 5-6., 1952 October-November.
Box 25 Folder 6
"The Place of Music in Christian Life." Christianity Today (1964 January 31): 8-9. 1 c [r1] photocopy; letter and photocopy from editor. Reprint in unidentified publication, pages. 179-82, inscribedibed "Response, Easter 1964 Mar 29th"., 1964.
Box 25 Folder 7
"The Place of Music in Church." The Church News: 14., 1940 December.
Box 25 Folder 6
"A Plea for a Serious Approach to Fundamentals of Technic." Etude: 523, 562., 1941 August.
Box 26 Folder 1
"The Plight of the Church Musician." Eternity: 15-16., 1965-1969.
Box 25 Folder 6
"Transferring the Student from the Piano to the Organ." Etude: 739, 778, 1942 November.
Box 25 Folder 6
"Tribute to Pietro Yon by Friend and Pupil." Diapason: 7., 1944 February 1.
Box 26 Folder 1
[untitled]. Baptist Leader: 10., 1959 April.
Box 25 Folder 6
[untitled]. Crescendo. Reprint in Diapason., 1944 May 1.
Box 26 Folder 1
Reviews of recordings for Eternity Magazine, 1958 December – 1965 January.
Box 25 Folder 8
Journal of Church Music (1974 June): 12-13; (1975 September): 25; (1976 April): 45; (1977 September): 44-45 (2 copies)., 1974 - 1977.
Box 25 Folder 9
Christianity Today: 32-33 (2 copies)., 1964 October 23.
Box 25 Folder 9
"Debussy" for Pennsylvania Music Teachers Association, 1940 December.
Box 25 Folder 10
"Music in Modern Life".
Box 25 Folder 10
"On the Advantages of Score Reading".
Box 25 Folder 10
Panel Discussion on Hymns; Ministry of Music.
Box 25 Folder 10
Seminar, 3 pages, 1957 June 26-27.
Box 25 Folder 10
untitled, 5 pages, n.d.
Box 25 Folder 10
untitled [Holy Trinity Episcopal Church], 4 pages [r1] photocopy, n.d.
Box 25 Folder 10
miscellaneous notes on small fragments of scrap paper.
Box 25 Folder 11
University of Pennsylvania class: Music 13; Orchestration quiz.
Box 25 Folder 12
University of Pennsylvania class: Music 5, 1945.
Box 25 Folder 13
University of Pennsylvania class: Music 50, 1948.
Box 25 Folder 14
WISL, Shamokin, Pa.: 1a--Bach: Toccata and Fugue in D Minor; Allegro and Gigue from Concerto in E Flat. 1b--Bach: Prelude on "Christ lag in Todesbanden"; Reger: Fantasy on "Ein feste Burg". 1c--Elmore: Prelude on "Seelenbrautigam"; Humoresquein the Form of a Gavotte Liszt: Prelude and Fugue on B-A-C-H [phonograph, 7 copies on cassette].
Box 30 Folder 1
Organ Hymn Preludes (from reels 1-3) [reel tape], before 1951 September.
Box 31 Folder 2
Organ Hymn Preludes--Classical (reel 4, partially recorded at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church) [reel tape], before 1952.
Box 30 Folder 3
Hymn Improvisations; Bach: Toccata and Fugue in D Minor at Church of the Redeemer in Bryn Mawr and at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church [cassette tape], 1951 - 1953.
Box 30 Folder 4
Preliminary checking for Boardwalk Pipes; 5a and 5b [phonograph disc, copy on cassette].
Box 30 Folder 5
Boardwalk Pipes--Mercury MG 50109 pre-production copy [phonograph disc, copy on cassette].
Box 30 Folder 6
Boardwalk Pipes (copied from commercial Mercury disc) Elmore: Fantasy on Nursery Tunes; arr. from Kreisler [cassette tape], 1958.
Box 31 Folder 7
Bach on the Biggest: Toccata and Fugue in D Minor; Chorale preludes on Wachet Auf and In Dulci Jubilo--Mercury preliminary disc [phonograph disc, copy on cassette], 1958.
Box 30 Folder 8
Organ recital No. 2, Calvary Radio Ministry [reel tape].
Box 31 Folder 9
Franck: Grande Piece Symphonique; Bossi: Alla Marcia, at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. Bingham: Passacaglia, July 1952, at Eastern Baptist Seminary. Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen [reel tape, copy on cassette].
Box 31 Folder 10
Messiah's Lutheran Church, South Williamsport, Pa., for AGO Chapter [reel tape], 1957 November 19.
Box 31 Folder 11
Sacred Classics, CM, Bethlehem, Pa., Franck: Chorale in A Minor; Brahms: two settings of Passion Chorale. Bach: Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring; I Call to Thee; In Dulci Jubilo. Elmore: Three Miniatures ; Boellmann: Toccata [phonograph, copy on cassette], early 1960s.
Box 30 Folder 12
Methodist Church, Lancaster, Pa., excerpts from recitals [reel tape], 1960 January and 1967 November.
Box 31 Folder 13
Aircheck: Jongen: Symphonie Concertante with Philadelphia Orchestra, cond. Eugene Ormandy, and intermission interview [reel tape, copy on cassette], 1973 May 14.
Box 31 Folder 14
Washington Memorial Chapel at Valley Forge, Pa., 2 copies. Elmore: Suite in Rhythm; Franck: Piece Héroiqùe; Bach: Toccata and Fugue in D Minor [phonograph disc].
Box 30 Folder 15
Cathedral Church of St. John, Wilmington, Del., Canterbury label, 2 copies. Brahms: Fugue in A-flat Minor, Prelude and Fugue in A Minor, Chorale Prelude and Fugue on "O Traurigkeit," Prelude and Fugue in G Minor [phonograph disc].
Box 30 Folder 16
Vierne: Symphony No. 6, Wayne Presbyterian Church [reel tape, copy on cassette], 1979 May 20.
Box 31 Folder 17
Irvine Auditorium--master reels 18a and 18b. Bach: three chorale preludes, and Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor. Guilmant: Pastorale and Final from Sonata I. Kramer: Eklog Lemare: Concertstück in the Form of a Polonaise; Yon: Concert Study. Elmore: Fantasy on Nursery Tunes; Donkey Dance; Finale from Sonata [reel tape, copy on cassette], 1981 April 7.
Box 31 Folder 18
Irvine Auditorium--small reel, letter from Benjamin Epstein [reel tape, copy on cassette], 1981 April 7.
Box 31 Folder 19
Recital, Tenth Presbyterian Church. Mendelssohn: Allegro from Sonata I; Bach: two chorales. Reubke: Sonata on the 94th Psalm. Elmore: Donkey Dance; Toccata from Sonata for Organ; Stars and Stripes Forever. Yon: Echo, and Concert Study on the Chromatic Scale [cassette tape], 1984 March 25.
Box 31 Folder 20
Augustine Haughton, soprano; RE, piano--Strauss and Puccini [phonograph disc, copy on cassette].
Box 30 Folder 21
Audiodisc [Augustine Haughton, soprano; RE, piano] Elmore: Arise, My Love; Verdi: Ave Maria No. 1; German and French art songs [phonograph disc, copy on cassette], 1930s.
Box 30 Folder 22
Elmore: The Incarnate Word, tape X64 [cassette tape].
Box 31 Folder 23
Elmore: The Incarnate Word, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, (Old Time Music No. 19 copies 13 and 107) [cassette tape], ca. 1950.
Box 31 Folder 24
Robert Elmore Organ Hymn Preludes [reel 1], 1951 September 9 – 1952 July 16.
Box 54 Folder 3
Robert Elmore Organ Hymn Preludes [reel 2], 1951 September 9 – 1952 July 16.
Box 54 Folder 4
Robert Elmore Organ Preludes - Hymns, 1952 July 16 – 1953 June 10 [side 1]; Robert Elmore Organ Preludes – Classic, Before 1952 [side 2], pre-1952 - 1953.
Box 54 Folder 5
Duplicates from Original masters, 1953 November 2.
Box 54 Folder 6
Elmore: The Incarnate Word [reel tape], 1953 December 13.
Box 31 Folder 25
Elmore: The Incarnate Word, Tenth Presbyterian Church. Side B: Carol and John Corbin--Hits from Messiah [cassette tape], 1982 December 19.
Box 31 Folder 26
Elmore: Three Psalms, November 5, 1961, CM; Three Miniatures, May 1963; Air, and Autumn Song, 1951; Stars and Stripes; Messiaen: Dieu Parmi Nous [cassette tape], 1951, 1961, 1963.
Box 31 Folder 27
The Living Church filmstrips; 28a--28c.
Box 31 Folder 28
Choir Themes, and letter from Donald Wetzell [reel tape], 1961 June 22.
Box 31 Folder 29
The Bible Study Hour, Program No. C-5 [reel tape].
Box 31 Folder 30
Elmore: A Hymn for the First Easter [reel tape, copy on cassette], 1962 October 10.
Box 31 Folder 30
Robert Elmore Recital Lansdale Methodist Church, 1966 March 27.
Box 54 Folder 7
Recital at the Moravian Church, Lancaster, PA, 1967 November 19.
Box 54 Folder 8
Christmas Eve Service, Tenth Presbyterian Church [reel tape], 1969 December 24.
Box 31 Folder 32
Christmas Eve Service, Tenth Presbyterian Church [reel tape], 1969 December 24.
Box 54 Folder 9
Dedicatory series for Allen organ, Tenth Presbyterian Church Elmore: Concerto for Organ, Brass, and Percussion; Psalm of Redemption [cassette tape], 1970 November 1.
Box 31 Folder 33
Dedicatory series for Allen organ, Tenth Presbyterian Church. Bach: Cantata 61 on "Nun komm", Moussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition [cassette tape], 1970 December 6.
Box 31 Folder 34
Easter Music, Tenth Presbyterian Church. Elmore: On the First Day of the Week; Widor: Toccata [cassette tape].
Box 31 Folder 35
Music for Two Choirs and Two Organs, choirs of Tenth Presbyterian Church and First Presbyterian Church of Moorestown, N. J. Elmore: Chorale Fantasia, 1971 May 2.
Box 31 Folder 36
"Man of Sorrows" by Ruth Richardson; duet by John and Carol Corbin [reel tape], 1972 March 19.
Box 31 Folder 37
Tenth Presbyterian Church Elmore: Psalm of Redemption; Concerto for Organ, Brass, and Percussion [cassette tape], 1973 May 20.
Box 31 Folder 38
The Cross, Tenth Presbyterian Church [cassette tape], 1978 March 19.
Box 31 Folder 39
Spring Music Festival, Tenth Presbyterian Church (Old Time Music No. 93 copy 33) Elmore: Concerto for Organ, Brass, and Percussion (Norman Mackenzie, organ); Elmore: Psalm of Redemption; Messiaen: excerpts from Ascension Suite [cassette tape], 1978 May 7.
Box 31 Folder 40
Spring Music Festival Tenth Church reel one, 1978 May 7.
Box 54 Folder 10
Spring Music Festival Tenth Church reel two, 1978 May 7.
Box 54 Folder 11
Nancy Nicks-James Bucklin wedding, Tenth Presbyterian Church. Elmore: One View, Lord Jesus. Elmore: Liebestod, arr. from Wagner, Tristan und Isolde [cassette tape], 1978 December 2.
Box 31 Folder 41
150th anniversary of Tenth Presbyterian Church, Elmore: Three Psalms; Psalm of a Pilgrim People [cassette tape], 1979 December 9.
Box 31 Folder 42
Ray McAfee Sings Religious Classics (Old Time Music No. 92 copy 10) [cassette tape].
Box 31 Folder 43
James Bucklin: Glory to God in the Highest [cassette tape], 1983 December 24.
Box 31 Folder 44
James Bucklin: God So Loved the World [cassette tape], 1982 January 31.
Box 31 Folder 45
Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology--Music, Elmore: All Ye Servants of the Lord; Gigout: Grand Chorus and Dialog (with Westminster Brass); Vivaldi: Concerto in C for 2 Trumpets Bach: Toccata and Fugue in D Minor [cassette tape], 1984.
Box 31 Folder 46
Interviews by Alfred Lunde (with Thomas Halpin); 47a-47c [cassette tape], 1982 March 16-19.
Box 31 Folder 47
First Baptist, n.d.
Box 54 Folder 12
Robert Elmore at Carnegie Hall Pittsburgh, PA, n.d.
Box 54 Folder 13
Unlabeled Audio Reel, n.d.
Box 54 Folder 14
Carnegie Hall Recording Co.; Overture to It Happened [Began] at Breakfast National Orchestra rehearsal broadcast, conductor Leon Barzin for WNYC [phonograph disc, copy on cassette], 1945 March 16.
Box 30 Folder 48
N.B.C. String Symphony Orchestra, conductor Frank Black. RCA reference recording for WEAF. Three Colors: Suite for String Orchestra 49a--I Green, III Orange; 49b--II Blue [phonograph disc, copy on cassette], 1941 May 18.
Box 30 Folder 49
Broadcaster Soundcraft--Three Colors [phonograph disc, copy on cassette].
Box 30 Folder 50
no identification; string ensemble [Green from Three Colors] [phonograph disc, copy on cassette].
Box 30 Folder 51
Two Psalms, Eunice Eaton, piano; Paraclete Music Disc [phonograph disc, copy on cassette].
Box 32 Folder 52
Music for the Organ, Ernest White on Moller at Church of St. Mary the Virgin, New York City. Elmore: Pavanne [phonograph disc].
Box 32 Folder 53
Discuriosities BCL 7201, Edward Linzel on Moller at Church of St. Mary the Virgin, New York City. Elmore: Rhythmic Suite, and Rhumba [phonograph disc].
Box 32 Folder 54
Richard Purvis at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco. Elmore: Pavanne [phonograph disc].
Box 32 Folder 55
Sound Selecting Series No. 1, Sacred Music Press. Elmore: Hail, Alpha and Omega [phonograph disc, copy on cassette].
Box 32 Folder 56
Central Methodist College Choir. Elmore: Canticle of Triumph [phonograph disc, copy on cassette], 1963-1964.
Box 30 Folder 57
The Sanctuary Soloist, Sacred Songs MP.150. Elmore: Sleep, Holy Babe [phonograph disc, copy on cassette].
Box 30 Folder 58
The Incarnate Word, at First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia; Alexander McCurdy, organist; letter from Robert Haas [reel tape], 1957 December 15.
Box 31 Folder 59
Choral-Prelude on "Zurich," Joel Krott at First United Methodist Church, Moorestown, N. J., [reel tape], 1971 February 21.
Box 31 Folder 60
God Is Ascended, directed by Norman Mackenzie [reel tape].
Box 31 Folder 61
Psalm of a Pilgrim People, directed by Robert Plimpton, for 100th anniversary year of Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church (beginning January 14, 1973); taped performance December 9, 1973 [reel tape], 1973.
Box 31 Folder 62
Aircheck: Concerto for Organ, Brass, and Percussion; Norman Mackenzie with the Philadelphia Orchestra, conductor William Smith [reel tape, copy on cassette].
Box 31 Folder 63
Fantasy on Nursery Tunes, Richard Grant in Portland, Maine, City Hall; photocopy of letter [cassette tape], 1992 Summer.
Box 31 Folder 64
Copies (from discs): Overture to It Began at Breakfast (48); piano pieces (89); Augustine Haughton and RE (21); Suite in Three Colors (49-51); Bach on the Biggest (8). [cassette tape].
Box 31 Folder 65
Copies (from discs): Arise, My Love (22); Two Psalms for piano (52); Boardwalk Pipes (5-6); Suite for Three Colors (49); Hail, Alpha and Omega (56); "Seelenbrautigam" (1c) [cassette tape].
Box 31 Folder 66
Copies (from discs): soprano songs (22); Humoresque in the Form of a Gavotte (1c); Canticle of Triumph (57); Sleep, Holy Babe (58) [cassette tape].
Box 31 Folder 67
Dr. Culbertson Talks Man to Man with pastors: Moody Bible Institute. 68a (set of two discs) and 68b [phonograph disc].
Box 33 Folder 68
Respighi: The Fountains of Rome; 69a and 69b [phonograph disc].
Box 32 Folder 69
The Living Word, Westminster Press, 2 copies [phonograph disc], 1952.
Box 30 Folder 70
Rachmaninoff: Glory to the Trinity; Choral Art Society of Philadelphia, H. Alexander Matthews, director [phonograph disc].
Box 30 Folder 71
Aria--Lento from Suite No. 3, in D Major (Bach-Stokowski) [phonograph disc].
Box 33 Folder 72
Eine feste Burg (Bach-Stokowski), and Russian Christmas Music [phonograph disc].
Box 33 Folder 73
Coronation of King George V; 80a - No. 1-2 and 80b - No. 15-16 [phonograph disc].
Box 30 Folder 74
Martens-Yon: Gesu Bambino; Granier: Hosanna [phonograph disc].
Box 30 Folder 75
Latvian Singers: The Lonely Heart--Etude for No. 51; A City Called Heaven; three textsheets [phonograph disc].
Box 33 Folder 76
Mendelssohn: I Waited for the Lord, and O Come, Everyone that Thirsteth [phonograph disc].
Box 33 Folder 77
Ravel-Garban: Kaddisch; Bloch: Abodah [phonograph disc].
Box 33 Folder 78
Harl McDonald: Cakewalk; Menotti: Overture to Amelia [phonograph disc].
Box 33 Folder 79
Harl McDonald: Legend of the Arkansas Traveler Novacek: Moto Perpetuo [phonograph disc].
Box 33 Folder 80
Harl McDonald: Rhumba, and Dance of the Workers [phonograph disc].
Box 33 Folder 81
Harl McDonald: San Juan Capistrano [phonograph disc].
Box 33 Folder 82
Harl McDonald: Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra [phonograph disc].
Box 34 Folder 83
Harl McDonald: My Country at War (Symphonic Suite) [phonograph disc].
Box 34 Folder 84
Harl McDonald: Songs of Conquest [phonograph disc].
Box 34 Folder 85
Harl McDonald: Suite from Childhood for Harp and Orchestra [phonograph disc].
Box 34 Folder 86
Harl McDonald: Symphony No. 1 ("The Santa Fe Trail") [phonograph disc].
Box 34 Folder 87
John Christopher Smith (1712-1795): Miniature Suite, freely transcribed by Harl McDonald. William Boyce (1710-1799): Overture to the Power of Music [phonograph disc].
Box 33 Folder 88
Drigo: Les Millions d'Arlequin--Serenade.
Box 31 Folder 90
Cadman: From the Land of the Sky-Blue Water.
Box 32 Folder 18
Gounod: Cavatina from Faust.
Box 33 Folder 10
Beethoven: Minuet in G Played by Archer Gibson.
Box 34 Folder 78
Rimsky-Korsakoff: Romance in A-Flat. Transcribed and played for the Aeolian Company by Archer Gibson.
Box 34 Folder 87
Corelli: Christmas-Pastorale. Transcribed and played for the Aeolian Company by Archer Gibson.
Box 34 Folder 94
Grieg: Solvejg's Song. Played by Archer Gibson.
Box 35 Folder 11
Bach: Passion Chorale--Herzlich thut mich verlangen. Played by E. Harold Geer.
Box 35 Folder 72
Chenoweth: (1) In a Patio (Spanish Serenade)--Copyrighted 1930 Bendix Publ. Co. (2) Harvest Festival--Copyrighted 1924 Carl Fischer. Played by Wilbur Chenoweth, 1924, 1930.
Box 36 Folder 25
Chopin: Nocturne Op. 9, No. 2. Played by Archer Gibson.
Box 36 Folder 29
Rolls have been transferred through Automatic Musical Instrument Collectors Association. (Further information may be obtained from Archives staff.).
Audio Devices [unidentified piano music] - 89a-89b [phonograph disc, copy on cassette].
Box 33 Folder 89
"Symphonic Suite" by James Bucklin [phonograph disc].
Box 33 Folder 90
John Knowles Paine (1839-1906) Mass in D--91a-91b [cassette tape].
Box 31 Folder 91
Henry C. Smith, . . . with . . . Minnesota Orchestra, Hovhaness Symphony No. 29 [cassette tape].
Box 31 Folder 92
Various Carousel Organs American and Swiss [cassette tape].
Box 31
Various Musical Mechanical Instruments [cassette tape].
Box 31 Folder 94
Alan Hofsommer Family Concert [cassette tape], 1977 June 19.
Box 31 Folder 95
Davis and Ertelt organ recital, and letter [cassette tape], 1978 September 10.
Box 31 Folder 96
National Presbyterian Halloween [organ] [see Incoming Correspondence--Radatz, Ronald] [cassette tape], 1980.
Box 31 Folder 97
Crucifixion [reel tape], 1959 March 15.
Box 31 Folder 98
Richard Yardumian Mass "Come Creator Spirit" and letter [reel tape].
Box 31 Folder 99
Albert Dallas Smith, Jr., clarinet [reel tape].
Box 31 Folder 100
H. Hindal Tokyo Crusade, Osaka Crusade [reel tape].
Box 31 Folder 101
Norman Grubb Bible study [reel tape].
Box 31 Folder 102
Dr. Donald Grey Barnhouse Studies in Romans 103a--R8 47-48 and 103b- R849-50 [reel tape].
Box 31 Folder 103
The Living Church voice track 104a—No. 1; 104b—No. 2; 104c--pt. 1 of No. 3; 104d--pt. 2 of No. 3 [reel tape], 1953 August 27.
Box 31 Folder 104
The Living Church narration edited. 105a--filmstrip No. 3 and 105b--part No. 2 [reel tape], 1953 October 12.
Box 32 Folder 105
Fun with Music with Uncle Don [reel tape], 1964 June.
Box 32 Folder 106
Adventures in Music with Uncle Don [reel tape], 1965 August.
Box 32 Folder 107
Gospel Temple, Convention; 108a-108d [reel tape], 1967 September.
Box 32 Folder 108
Elliott wedding [reel tape], 1978 June 24.
Box 32 Folder 109
The Winter Is Past [reel tape], 1970.
Box 32 Folder 110
Harold Hill, Holiday Inn No. 4 [reel tape], 1971 October 31.
Box 32 Folder 111
C-44, Shuman, $4, 2624 [reel tape].
Box 32 Folder 112
Unidentified: 1800 ft. Mylar [reel tape].
Box 32 Folder 113
Unidentified: "For Elmore" [reel tape].
Box 32 Folder 114
Unidentified: "to Robert P. Bryan" [reel tape].
Box 32 Folder 115
Unidentified: Audiotape "II" [reel tape].
Box 32 Folder 116
Unidentified: Sermon by British speaker at Full Gospel meeting; [reek tape discarded, cassette tape][r1].
Box 31 Folder 117
Unidentified: white tape with music contents [cassette tape].
Box 31 Folder 118
Funeral Service for RE, Tenth Presbyterian Church, 119a and 119b [cassette tape], 1985 September 26.
Box 31 Folder 119
unidentified letter from "Dick M.," separated from a reel.
Box 32 Folder 120
Review of It Began at Breakfast in Musical Courier: 8, 1941 March 1.
Box 26 Folder 1
Articles, 1940-1969.
Box 25 Folder 15
Articles, 1970-1979.
Box 25 Folder 16
Dissertations by Alfred Lunde and Stephen Lange.
Box 25 Folder 17
Advertisements in publicity of J. Fischer.
Box 25 Folder 18
Advertisements in publicity of other publishers.
Box 25 Folder 19
Angelelli, Carlo. See Yon, Pietro.
Bach, J. S. Prelude and Fugue in A Minor. G. Schirmer, n.d. The Liturgical Year. Oliver Ditson, n.d.
Box 11 Folder 15
Ballantine, Edward. Variations on "Mary Had a Little Lamb." Arthur P. Schmidt, 1924.
Box 11 Folder 16
Beatty, Erl. Love. Ms., 1938.
Box 11 Folder 16
Bigelow, Arthur. Carillonic Bells: Their History and Music. Schulmerich Electronics. 2 copies, 1949.
Box 25 Folder 21
Bingham, Seth. Vocal works: Benedictus es, Domine. H. W. Gray, 1938.
Box 25 Folder 20
Bingham, Seth. Vocal works: Canticle of the Sun, Op. 52. 3 pp of Those Who Forgive. H. W. Gray, 1949.
Box 25 Folder 20
Bingham, Seth. Vocal works: The Christmas Man. J. Fischer, 1949.
Box 25 Folder 20
Bingham, Seth. Vocal works: Four Marian Litanies (Op. 58). St. Mary's Press, 1955.
Box 25 Folder 20
Bingham, Seth. Vocal works: Hymntunes: Thou Father of Us All; Lord God of Hosts; Psalm 148.
Box 25 Folder 20
Bingham, Seth. Vocal works: The Lord's Prayer. Carl Fischer, 1941.
Box 25 Folder 20
Bingham, Seth. Vocal works: Love Came Down at Christmas. H. W. Gray, 1980.
Box 25 Folder 20
Bingham, Seth. Vocal works: Motet on "Tippy-Tippy-Tin." Ms.
Box 25 Folder 20
Bingham, Seth. Vocal works: O Come and Mourn. Galaxy, 1945.
Box 25 Folder 20
Bingham, Seth. Vocal works: O Man, Rejoice. Edwin B. Morris, 1948.
Box 25 Folder 20
Bingham, Seth. Vocal works: Wilderness Stone. H. W. Gray, 1937.
Box 25 Folder 20
Bingham, Seth. List of works.
Box 25 Folder 20
Bingham, Seth. Perfect Through Suffering. Inc draft, and Henmar Press (Peters 66348), 1971.
Box 26 Folder 2
Bingham, Seth. Worship the Lord. Ms., 1960 August 7.
Box 26 Folder 2
________. Organ works: (See also Buxtehude, Dietrich).
Box 11 Folder 17
________. Festal Song (Rise Up, O Men of God). Ms.
Box 11 Folder 17