Abstract

Papers of a music critic, author, teacher, and poet, who championed modern avant-garde music, presented a series of chamber concerts in Los Angeles called "Evenings on the Roof," and headed the music department at Buffalo State University. The materials consist largely of correspondence and drafts of original writings. Also included in the collection are copies of scores by composers Charles Ives, Lou Harrison, Ingolf Dahl, and typescripts of poems by Peyton Houston.

Biography

Peter B. Yates, music critic, author, teacher, and poet, was born in Toronto on November 30, 1909. His parents were U.S. citizens, and he attended Ridley and Union colleges in New York State. He received his B.A. from Princeton University in 1931. In 1933 Yates married the pianist Frances Mullen. After migrating to the West Coast, Yates went to work for the California Department of Employment in Los Angeles in 1937. He stayed with the agency as an employment counselor until 1962.

In 1939 Peter and Frances Yates began a series of chamber music concerts in their Los Angeles home. The series took place in an attic-like room and eventually came to be known as "Evenings on the Roof." The programs featured contemporary music in combination with more traditional works, and many of the performers and composers were important figures in the Los Angeles avant-garde music scene. The series was later moved to other locations and evolved into the "Monday Evening Concerts" at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. These concerts gained a national reputation for presenting the works of 20th century composers such as Igor Stravinsky, John Cage, and Lou Harrison. Yates retired as director of the series in 1954.

Yates was involved in many other music-related activities while in Los Angeles. He served as music critic for the magazine Arts and Architecture and presented numerous lectures on musical subjects. One of Yates' more memorable presentations, given in San Francisco in 1964 and elsewhere, involved a multi-media event which included projected images, tape recorded conversations, and a performance of a Bach chaconne on a frying pan. In this and other lectures, Yates inspired his audiences to approach music from new perspectives. He brought his ideas to the air waves in a series of radio broadcasts on the Los Angeles station KPFK.

In 1964 Yates received a Ford Foundation grant that enabled him to travel and visit various composers and poets. In 1968 he was appointed the head of the music department at Buffalo State College (later the State University of New York at Buffalo). This was an unusual appointment, since Yates held only a Bachelor's degree and was not a performer or composer. At Buffalo Yates championed the cause of contemporary music and arranged many concerts of the works of living composers. He taught a course and led a seminar on the art of criticism, and he presented a series of weekly radio programs on the campus station WBFO. His wife gave many piano recitals, often performing the works of Charles Ives, her specialty.

Peter Yates died in Buffalo in 1976. He left an important body of published criticism and poetry. Among his most significant works are An Amateur at the Keyboard (1964) and Twentieth Century Music (1967). In An Amateur at the Keyboard, Yates advocated a return to direct involvement in music-making by non-professionals. Such an involvement, he felt, would be an improvement over the passive appreciation of music through concerts and recordings, and it would restore a dying tradition of amateur musicianship that flourished in the 18th century and earlier. In Twentieth Century Music, Yates helped to explain the genesis of contemporary compositions and instructed his readers on how to appreciate the works. A collection of Yates' poetry was published in 1946 under the title A Smaller Poem Book.

Scope and Content of Collection

The Peter Yates papers provide important documentation on contemporary musical activities in the mid-twentieth century United States, and on the career of a perceptive interpreter of those activities. The materials date mostly from the 1950s through the 1970s and consist largely of correspondence and drafts of Yates's writings. The collection is arranged in eight series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE, 2) WRITINGS, 3) PROGRAMS AND PAMPHLETS REGARDING PETER YATES, 4) MISCELLANY, 5) FRANCES MULLEN YATES MATERIALS, 6) PEYTON HOUSTON MATERIALS, 7) PROGRAMS AND PAMPHLETS COLLECTED BY YATES, and 8) OVERSIZE MATERIALS.

SERIES 1: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series is quite extensive. Represented are many important figures in the world of twentieth-century music, including Milton Babbitt, John Cage, Henry and Sidney Cowell, Ingolf Dahl, Lukas Foss, Lou Harrison, Peyton Houston, Alan Hovhaness, Charles Ives, pianist John Kirkpatrick, William Kraft, Ernst Krenek, Toshiro Mayazumi, Harry Partch, Roger Reynolds, Wallingford Riegger, Ned Rorem, Arnold Schoenberg, Virgil Thomson, Edgar Varese, and a note from conductor Bruno Walter. Also included is correspondence with poets Ronald Johnson, Marianne Moore, Lorine Neidecker, Kenneth Patchen, Kenneth Rexroth, Carl Sandburg, and Karl Shapiro.

The correspondence with composer Lou Harrison is a very important part of the collection, since Harrison was a close friend of the Yates. Other materials relating to Harrison, including scores of some of his works, can be found in the series OVERSIZE MATERIALS.

Another significant and extensive group of materials is the correspondence between Yates and Melissa and Charles Levitzky. The Levitzky correspondence is very personal in nature, and Yates often enclosed drafts of his poetry in his letters to the couple.

The series is arranged alphabetically by the name of the correspondent or the subject. Thereunder the materials are arranged chronologically.

SERIES 2: WRITINGS

The series WRITINGS is also extensive. It is subdivided into sections containing drafts of articles, short stories, books, plays, and program material. In general, the materials are arranged alphabetically by title. The poetry, most of which is in manuscript form, is largely unarranged due to the difficulty in determining titles or chronology. Published versions of the magazine articles can be found at the end of the series, arranged chronologically.

SERIES 3: PROGRAMS AND PAMPHLETS REGARDING PETER YATES

PROGRAMS AND PAMPHLETS REGARDING PETER YATES document Yates' lectures, radio broadcasts, concerts which he produced, and other events in his career.

SERIES 4: MISCELLANY

Among the MISCELLANY are miscellaneous notes by Yates on a variety of subjects. Also included here are notes taken from an interview of conductor Bruno Walter.

SERIES 5: FRANCES MULLEN YATES MATERIALS

The small group of FRANCES MULLEN YATES MATERIALS relate to the wife of Peter Yates. Included here are Ms. Yates' music copy books. Ms. Yates' personal scores for the works of Charles Ives can be found in OVERSIZE MATERIALS.

SERIES 6: PEYTON HOUSTON MATERIALS

The PEYTON HOUSTON MATERIALS include typescripts of original poetry and mimeographs of manuscripts, some of which contain holograph annotations.

SERIES 7: OVERSIZE MATERIALS

OVERSIZE MATERIALS include scores of works by composers Ingolf Dahl, Lou Harrison, Charles Ives, and Johann Sebastian Bach. Many of these scores are mimeograph copies of original manuscripts. The Lou Harrison materials include prose and poetry pieces by the composer. The Bach materials consist of transcriptions of organ works made by Wesley Kuhnle, a close friend of Peter Yates and a builder of keyboard instruments.

Also included in OVERSIZE MATERIALS is a scrapbook of Yates' writings on music, titled "The Lay Listener;" publicity materials for the Evenings on the Roof series; and copies of the Union College literary magazine, which contains early writings of Peter Yates.

CORRESPONDENCE

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1 1 AB Nordiska Musikoforlaget, 1961.
1 2 Adams, David S., 1960 - 1961.
1 3 Adelman, Sime H., 1964.
1 4 Adler, Samuel, 1965.
1 5 Agnello, Michael, 1965.
1 6 Ahlstrom, David, 1966.
1 7 Ain, Gregory, 1964.
1 8 Aitken, Webster, 1963 - 1981.
1 9 Akins, John, 1967.
1 10 Albarda, Jan, 1974 - 1975.
1 11 Allen, Howard, 1968.
1 12 Allen, Warren Dwight, 1940.
1 13 Amato, Phyllis, 1969.
1 14 American Composers Alliance, 1959 - 1960.
1 15 American Recordings Project Committee, 1960 - 1961.
1 16 Ames, Van Meter, 1962.
1 17 Anderson, Harry L., 1974.
1 18 Anderson, Walter, 1963 - 1966.
1 19 Angel, Jenifer W., 1963.
1 20 Armesto, John B., 1969.
1 21 Armstrong, Alice Catt, 1951.
1 22 Artists Embassy, 1954.
1 23 Arts and Architecture, 1948 - 1964.
1 24-25 Arts in Society, 1958 - 1978.
1 26 Arzruni, Sahan.
1 27 Ashley, Mary, 1975.
1 28 Ashley, Robert, 1962 - 1975.
1 29 Ashton, Dore, 1964 - 1975.
1 30 Atkinson, Tracy, 1963.
1 31 Austin, Alan, 1972.
1 32 Austin, Frederic, 1968.
1 33 Austin, Larry, 1966- 1972.
1 34 Austin, Virginia, 1968 - 1972.
1 35 Austin, William W.
1 36 Avakian, George, 1959 - 1964.
1 37 Averill, Thomas B., 1962 - 1963.
1 38 Ayers, Vivian, 1963.
1 39 Babbitt, Milton.
1 40 Babitz, Sol, 1962 - 1969.
1 41 Bachand, Claude, 1964.
1 42 Bacon, Egbert, 1962.
1 43 Bacon, Ernst, 1965 - 1968.
1 44 Bailey, Pearson, 1947.
1 45 Baldwin Piano Company, 1947.
1 46 Ballou, Esther (Mrs. Harold), 1969.
1 47 Barati, George, 1957 - 1958.
1 48 Barbour, J. Murray, 1947 - 1952.
1 49 Barnette, W.L. Jr., 1969.
1 50 Barrett, Herbert, 1949 - 1950.
1 51 Barrett, John D., 1963.
1 52 Barrow, R.G., 1964 - 1965.
1 53 Barry, Ora S., 1962.
1 54 Barthelme, Donald, 1958 - 1963.
1 55 Barzin, Leon, 1971.
1 56 Baudy, Mrs. G.H., 1966.
1 57 Bauer, John, 1944.
1 58 Baum, Lois, 1964 - 1965.
1 59 Baxter, Margaret, 1968.
1 60 Bayne, Elizabeth, 1965.
1 61 Bazelon, Irwin A., 1969.
1 62 Beaman, R.B., 1951.
1 63 Beaty, Clifton M., 1954.
1 64 Bechdel, Wayne R., 1970.
1 65 Beck, Sydney, 1959.
1 66 Becknell, Arthur F., 1968.
1 67 Beckstead, J. Ross, 1964.
2 1 Behn, Harry, 1969.
2 2 Bender, Eleanor, 1967 - 1973.
2 3 Benko, Gregor, 1974.
2 4 Bennett, Edwin, 1967.
2 5 Bentley, Eric, 1957.
2 6 Bentsen, William, 1963.
2 7 Berdahl, James N., 1973 - 1975.
2 8 Berens, Maxine, 1970.
2 9 Bergues, Jacques, 1959.
2 10 Berio, Cathy, 1960.
2 11 Berliner, Paul, 1975.
2 12 Bernard, Helen.
2 13 Betts, Madeline, 1969.
2 14 Big Sur Hot Springs Seminar, 1963.
2 15 Binnie, Edith, 1969.
2 16 Black, Edward H., 1969.
2 17 Blau, Herb, 1962 - 1963.
2 18 Bleck, Basil, 1963.
2 19-20 Bloch, Suzanne, 1952 - 1975.
2 21 Bloom, Marvin, 1970 - 1971.
2 22 Bock, Walter, 1961.
2 23 Boehm, Dwight, 1960.
2 24 Boelzner, Gordon, 1959.
2 25 Bollingen Foundation.
2 26 Bonnell, Alice H., 1968.
2 27 Bonta, Stephen, 1965.
2 28 Boone, Charles, 1963.
2 29 Borisoff, Boris Hoffman, 1966 - 1968.
2 30 Bornstein, Eli, 1963 - 1968.
2 31 Boston University, 1962.
2 32 Bostrom, Alan, 1969.
2 33 Bowen, Carroll G., 1953.
2 34 Boyd, Don R., 1966.
2 35 Boyd, Dr. Silas L., 1968.
2 36 Boyes, Shibley.
2 37 Boyle, Christopher, 1966.
2 38 Boyle, Hugh, 1966 - 1977.
2 39 Brandy, Donald, 1962.
2 40 Brant, Henry, 1969.
2 41 Brewer, Charles H., 1968.
2 42 Briggs, Barbara Seitz, 1973.
2 43 Brink, David, 1966.
2 44 Brock, Anne, 1939.
2 45 Brockway, Thomas P., 1968.
2 46 Broekema, Andrew J., 1975.
2 47 Brooks, Bill, 1976.
2 48 Brown, Carolyn, 1963 - 1966.
2 49 Brown, Earle, 1961 - 1967.
2 50 Brown, Helen W., 1963.
2 51 Brown, Michael, 1945.
2 52 Brun, Herbert, 1961 - 1965.
2 53 Brunswick, David, 1951.
2 54 Bruyn, Kathleen, 1958.
2 55 Bryant, Sister Emily Marie, 1964 - 1979.
2 56 Buch, Fred, 1966.
2 57 Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, 1975.
2 58 Buhlig, Richard.
2 59 Buhlig, Paul, 1953.
2 60 Bukofzer, Manfred F., 1950.
2 61 Bull, Evelyn B., 1967.
2 62 Burcutti, Solende, 1965.
2 63 Burke, Helen.
2 64 Burns, Jim, 1953 - 1966.
2 65 Burpee, James, 1965.
2 66 Bryan, John, 1961.
2 67 Burns, Joseph.
2 68 Byrd, Joseph.
2 69 Cadman, Charles W., 1943.
3 1-2 Cage, John, 1940 - 1971.
3 3 Caldwell, Gladys, 1943.
3 4 California Blue Book, 1953.
3 5 Camp, Pauline, 1964.
3 6 Campbell, Jacquie, 1964.
3 7 Camper, Fred.
3 8 Cantrick, Robert, 1965.
3 9 Caplan, Ron, 1966.
3 10 Cardon, Charlotte, 1965.
3 11 Carey, Philip, 1965.
3 12 Carlquist, Sherwin, 1960.
3 13 Carlson, Susan, 1969.
3 14 Carter, Elliot C., 1959.
3 15 Cartford, Gerhard, 1967.
3 16 Cecile, Sister Rit, 1969.
3 17 Chandler, Winthrop Bernard, 1968 - 1969.
3 18 Chase, Gilbert, 1962 - 1969.
3 19 Chase, William F., 1969 - 1975.
3 20 Childs, Barney, 1968.
3 21 Church, Mike, 1962 - 1969.
3 22 Clark, George, 1963.
3 23 Clasius, Abram, 1942 - 1972.
3 24 Clements, Grace, 1948.
3 25 Clements, Helen, 1958.
3 26 Coastlines Literary Magazine, 1957 - 1964.
3 27 Cochran, Haney.
3 28 Cohen, Dorothy H., 1973.
3 29 Cohn, Arthur.
3 30 Colby, Edward E., 1963.
3 31 Collins, Jean D., 1961.
3 32 Columbia University, 1963.
3 33 Compton, Boyd, 1969 - 1973.
3 34 Community Music School.
3 35 Confer, Harold, 1961.
3 36 Conrad, Tony, 1965.
3 37 Coolidge, Mrs. Archibald.
3 38 Corita, Sister Mary, 1961 - 1965.
3 39 Corner, Phil, 1966 - 1973.
3 40 Corman, Cid, 1954.
3 41 Cortes, Artie, 1953.
3 42 Cortes, Ramiro, 1956.
3 43 Coulter, Tom, 1966.
3 44 Council for Democracy, 1941.
3 45 Cowell, Henry, 1947 - 1964.
3 46 Cowell, Sidney, 1953 - 1967.
3 47 Craft, Robert, 1951 - 1972.
3 48 Criticism Conference, 1975 - 1976.
3 49 Crow, Harold, 1969 - 1975.
3 50 Cunningham, Merce.
3 51 Dahl, Etta, 1967 - 1969.
3 52 Dahl, Ingolf, 1943 - 1971.
3 53 Dakin, A. Hazard, 1941.
3 54 Daniel, Oliver, 1951 - 1968.
3 55 Daniel, Ralph T., 1960.
3 56 Dallin, Leon, 1960.
3 57 Darreg, Ivor, 1965 - 1969.
3 58 Day, Jan.
3 59 De Carvalho, Jocy, 1965.
3 60 Dept. of State, Advisory Committee on the Arts.
3 61 Deutsch, Nina, 1971.
3 62 Diament, Rabbi Saul M., 1959.
3 63 Diri, Phyllis, 1973 - 1975.
4 1 Dlugoszewski, Lucia, 1964.
4 2 Dobson, Dennis, 1966.
4 3 Doczi, George F., 1967.
4 4 Doenges, Byron F., 1964 - 1968.
4 5 Doerflinger, William, 1957.
4 6 Donington, R., 1972.
4 7 Donovan, James A. Jr., 1962.
4 8-13 Downey, Granville, 1937 - 1967.
4 14 Dreazen, Phyllis, 1959.
4 15 Drinkwater, Terrell, 1959.
4 16 Drucker, Vladimir, 1947.
4 17 Dubester, Henry J., 1959.
4 18 Dunn, Robert, 1963.
4 19 Dunn, Judith.
4 20 Dutton, E.P. and Co., Inc., 1968 - 1971.
4 21 Dvorkin, Judith, 1959.
4 22 Dwyer, John, 1968.
4 23 Dwyer, Doriot Anthony, 1947 - 1970.
4 24 Eames, Henry Purmont, 1947.
4 25-27 Edmonds, John, 1949 - 1962.
5 1 Edmonds, John, 1963 - 1969.
5 2 Edwards, Teresa Rau, 1964.
5 3 Eisenstein, Sam, 1969 - 1970.
5 4 Elder, Joseph, 1969.
5 5 Ellis, Merrill, 1965 - 1967.
5 6 Elston, Andrew S.
5 7 Emery, Walter, 1954.
5 8 Entenza, John D., 1954 - 1968.
5 9 Epstein, Paul, 1966 - 1969.
5 10 Epstein, Selma, 1965.
5 11 Erdman, David V., 1959.
5 12 Erdman, Frederic C., 1945.
5 13 Erickson, Robert, 1959.
5 14 Erlanger, Margaret, 1969 - 1972.
5 15 Evenings on the Roof, 1944 - 1952.
5 16 Evett, Robert, 1952 - 1967.
5 17 Fabrizio, Margaret, 1965 - 1968.
5 18 Fantel, Hans, 1959.
5 19 Farber, Vick, 1966.
5 20 Ferris, Madeleine, 1971.
5 21 Finn, Robert.
5 22 Fiore, Mary E., 1968 - 1970.
5 23 First Congregational Church of Los Angeles, 1942 - 1943.
5 24 First Unitarian Church, 1955.
5 25 Fischer, William S., 1965 - 1975.
5 26 Fisher, Fred, 1974 - 1975.
5 27 Flanagan, Michael.
5 28 Flanagan, Sir Frances, 1970.
5 29 Fleming, Shirley, 1962 - 1968.
5 30 Fles, John, 1966.
5 31 Flothuis, Marius, 1961 - 1963.
5 32 Fokker, Adriaan, 1964 - 1969.
5 33 Foldes, Andor, 1943.
5 34 Ford, Betty.
5 35 Ford Foundation, 1961 - 1969.
5 36 Forman, Joanne, 1963.
5 37 Foss, Lukas, 1953 - 1969.
5 38 Foster, Donald H., 1964.
5 39 Fox, Dan.
5 40 Francis, Muriel, 1958.
5 41 Frank, Serge, 1945 - 1976.
5 42 Frankenstein, Alfred V., 1963 - 1968.
5 43 Frankenstein, John, 1967.
5 44 Freeman, Stanley, 1965 - 1967.
5 45 Fretwell, E.K. Jr., 1968 - 1973.
5 46 Friedenberg, Edgar Z., 1966.
5 47 Friends of Chamber Music, 1958.
5 48 Fromm, ?.
5 49 Frumkin, Lydia.
5 50 Fulkerson, James O., 1969.
5 51 Funk and Wagnalls, 1968 - 1975.
5 52 Galm, Bernard, 1970 - 1974.
5 53 Gardner, Arthur F., 1964.
6 1 Garner, Sutherland P., 1968.
6 2 Garvey, John, 1961 - 1962.
6 3 Gaupp, David C., 1966.
6 4 Gelatt, Roland, 1949 - 1967.
6 5 George Allen and Unwin Ltd., 1969.
6 6 Gerdine, Leigh, 1963 - 1975.
6 7 Gibson, Morgan, 1968.
6 8 Gilbert, Craig, 1966.
6 9 Gill, Milton, 1966 - 1968.
6 10 Gillum, Marlis.
6 11 Gilman, Richard, 1968.
6 12 Glascock, Baylis, 1963 - 1974.
6 13 Glass, Winifred, 1951.
6 14 Glock, William, 1960 - 1961.
6 15 Goldberg, Albert, 1948 - 1957.
6 16 Goldberg, Morris, 1959.
6 17 Goldstein, Malcolm, 1965.
6 18 Gomringer, Eugen, 1964.
6 19 Goncharoff, Nicholas T., 1971.
6 20 Goodbrad, Norman, 1964.
6 21 Gordy, Robert P., 1968.
6 22 Gossman, Frances, 1958.
6 23 Gould, Elizabeth, 1967.
6 24 Graff, Robert, 1960.
6 25 Graham, Susan, 1968.
6 26 Graham Foundation.
6 27 Graves, Ruth, 1965.
6 28 Grayson, John, 1965.
6 29 Green, Elizabeth, 1964 - 1967.
6 30 Greer, Thomas H., 1966.
6 31 Greims, Barthe, 1958.
6 32 Gropius, Mrs. Walter, 1956 - 1958.
6 33 Gross, Gerald J., 1948 - 1972.
6 34 Grove Press Inc., 1957.
6 35 Guggenheim Foundation, 1963 - 1974.
6 36 Gula, John, 1969.
6 37 Gunsberg, Amos.
6 38 Guston, Philip, 1967.
6 39 Haag, Jan, 1975.
6 40 Haas, Alexander, 1950.
6 41 Haas, Robert Bartlett, 1961 - 1965.
6 42 Hafner, Everett, 1974.
6 43 Hall, David, 1965.
6 44 Hall, James W., 1970.
6 45 Hall, Robert A., 1966 - 1973.
6 46 Halprin, Ann.
6 47 Halsey, Conant K., 1968.
6 48 Halverson, Marvin P., 1958.
6 49 Hamersma, John E., 1964 - 1965.
6 50 Hamilton, John.
6 51 Hanes, R. Philip Jr., 1965.
6 52 Hanks, Lucien, 1968.
6 53 Hansen, Peter S., 1967.
6 54 Hanson, George, 1964 - 1965.
6 55 Hanson, Margaret, 1951 - 1955.
6 56 Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc., 1966.
6 57 Hardy, Susan, 1975.
6 58 Harlan, Calvin, 1960 - 1968.
6 59 Harlow, Neal, 1948.
6 60 Harman, Carter, 1968.
6 61 Harper, Robert, 1973.
6 62 Harris, Edmond, 1966 - 1967.
6 63 Harris, Harold J., 1964.
6 64 Harris, Roy, 1945 - 1948.
6 65 Harrison, Charles T., 1957.
7 1-2 Harrison, Lou, 1944 - 1972.
7 3 Hart, Richard, 1964.
7 4 Hartford, Margaret, 1949.
7 5 Harvard University Press, 1966.
7 6 Hassell, John, 1970.
7 7 Haverlin, Carl, 1962.
7 8 Havey, Margaret, 1971 - 1972.
7 9 Hawkins, Erick.
7 10 Haydon, Glen, 1964.
7 11 Hayes, Mary Anne, 1960.
7 12 Heitz, George J., 1967.
7 13 Heller, Ben.
7 14 Helmick, Carl Jr., 1960.
7 15 Henahan, Donal, 1966.
7 16 Henderson, Connie, 1961.
7 17 Hess, Thomas.
7 18 Heuman, Jule, 1958.
7 19 Hewitt, Peter, 1959 - 1962.
7 20 Hickman, C. Sharpless, 1946 - 1952.
7 21-22 Higgins, Dick, 1965 - 1972.
7 23 High Fidelity, 1959 - 1965.
7 24 Higuchi, Mitsuo, 1971.
7 25 Hill, John, 1966.
7 26 Hill, Richard S., 1954.
7 27 Hiller, Lejaren A., 1963 - 1969.
7 28 Hills, Jean R., 1955.
7 29 Hirschman, Susan Carr, 1969.
7 30 Hislop, Codman, 1962.
7 31 HLCA Korean International Broadcasting Station, 1962.
7 32 Hofman, Shlomo, 1962.
7 33 Hofmann, Walter W., 1969.
7 34 Hogan, Roger, 1962.
7 35 Holiday, 1965.
7 36 Holmes, William C., 1972.
7 37 Hood, Mantle, 1961.
7 38 Hooke, Winifred, 1952.
7 39 Hooreman, Paul, 1962 - 1963.
7 40 Hopkins, Robert, 1965.
7 41 Hopps, Walter, 1956 - 1966.
7 42 Horn, Herbert, 1963 - 1964.
7 43 Hoss, Wendell, 1947.
7 44 Houghton, Norris, 1956.
7 45 Houhaness, Alan, 1965.
7 46-47 Houston, Peyton, 1931 - 1949.
8 1-6 Houston, Peyton, 1951 - 1976.
8 7 Houston Symphony Orchestra, 1963.
8 8 Howe, Hubert S. Jr., 1968.
8 9 Howe, James Wong (Mrs.), 1965.
8 10 Hughes, Robert, 1963 - 1970.
8 11 Humphrey, Elizabeth, 1972.
8 12 Hunter, Kermit, 1967.
8 13 Hunter, William B. Jr., 1975.
8 14 Husa, Karel, 1965.
8 15 Hyers, Vivian, 1963.
8 16 Hyslop, Frank, 1970.
8 17 Irardi (?), Joseph, 1954.
8 18 Ikemma, William B. Jr., 1969 - 1970.
8 19 Immaculate Heart College, 1972.
8 20 Impulse Publications, 1963 - 1966.
8 21 Inglis, Frances, 1966 - 1972.
8 22 Irby, Joan, 1963.
8 23 Isgro, Robert M., 1973.
8 24 Ishikawa, Joseph, 1962 - 1966.
8 25 Ishlon, Deborah, 1959.
8 26 Israels, Elisabeth M., 1966.
8 27 Ives, Charles, 1938 - 1975.
9 1 Ives Concert Committee, 1959 - 1975.
9 2 Jach, Bernice.
9 3 Jackson, Paul J., 1966.
9 4 Jacobs, A.L., 1947.
9 5 Jacobowitz, Arnold, 1975.
9 6 James, Bernard J., 1957 - 1962.
9 7 James, Edward, 1958.
9 8 Jarrell, Randall.
9 9 Jenkins, Robert P., 1964.
9 10 Jenkins, Roger, 1965.
9 11 Jennings, Don, 1959 - 1966.
9 12 Jensen, Monika, 1969 - 1970.
9 13 Jin, Nyodo, 1953.
9 14 John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 1972.
9 15 Johns, Jasper.
9 16-17 Johnson, Ronald T.
9 18 Johnson, Russell, 1965.
9 19-20 Johnston, Ben, 1964 - 1975.
9 21 Jonas, Susan, 1963.
9 22 Jones, Doreen, 1963.
9 23 Jones, John, 1965 - 1966.
9 24 Jones, Lee, 1975.
9 25 Jones, Lois (Mrs.), 1969.
9 26 Jones, Louise Seymour.
9 27 Jones, Randolph F., 1967 - 1971.
9 28-30 Jorgensen, Owen, 1972 - 1977.
9 31 Jurres, Andre, 1963 - 1964.
9 32 Kall, Dr. Alexis.
9 33 Kallsen, T.J., 1960.
9 34 Kamen, Martin, 1964.
9 35 Kansas State University, 1962.
9 36 Kaplan, Abbott, 1962.
9 37-38 Kaplan, Max, 1962 - 1979.
10 1 Kaprow, Allan, 1966 - 1968.
10 2 Kapsch, Hal J., 1959.
10 3 Karlinsky, Simon, 1969 - 1974.
10 4 Kates, Betty Mae, 1955.
10 5 Katigbak, Adelaida R., 1963 - 1968.
10 6 Katz, Milton J., 1968.
10 7 Kaufmann, Edgar Jr., 1963.
10 8 Kay, Ernest.
10 9 Kaye, Elsie, 1968 - 1971.
10 10 Kegley, Paul.
10 11 Keller, S., 1970.
10 12 Kelly, Dixon S., 1960.
10 13 Kendall, Raymond, 1959 - 1965.
10 14 Kennan, Kent, 1963.
10 15 Kenner, Hugh, 1958.
10 16 Kent, Corita, 1969.
10 17 Ketcham, Bruce, 1952 - 1953.
10 18 Kilpatrick, Jack Frederick, 1952 - 1953.
10 19 Kingman, Dan, 1974.
10 20 Kingsley, Robert, 1974.
10 21 Kirkpatrick, John, 1944 - 1976.
10 22 Kishibe, Shigeo, 1958.
10 23 Klein, Alice, 1966.
10 24 Klein, Howard, 1970.
10 25 Klein, Lothar, 1967.
10 26 Klemperer, 1939.
10 27 Knapp, John, 1952.
10 28 Knapp, J. Merrill, 1955.
10 29 Knopf Publishers (Borzoi Books), 1948 - 1967.
10 30 Kobialka, Daniel, 1967.
10 31 Kodaly, L., 1964.
10 32 Koenig, Lester, 1958.
10 33 Koenig, Gottfried Michael, 1965.
10 34 Kohn, Karl, 1966 - 1967.
10 35 Kolisch, Rudolph, 1962.
10 36 Korn, Thomas H., 1961.
10 37 Kostelanetz, Richard, 1967 - 1973.
10 38 K.P.F.K. Radio Station (FM), 1959 - 1967.
10 39 Kraft, William, 1969.
10 40 Krasner, Louis, 1946 - 1949.
10 41 Kravitt, Edward, 1966.
10 42 Krenek, Ernst, 1946 - 1966.
10 43 Kross, Siegfried, 1963.
10 44 Krum, Mrs. C., 1946.
10 45 Kuhnle, Wesley, 1947 - 1973.
10 46 Kunzle, R.A., 1967.
10 47 Kurnik, Stanley, 1965.
10 48 Kuttner, Fritz, 1961 - 1962.
10 49 Kyvll (?), Kermit and Zoe.
10 50 Lack, ?, 1963.
10 51 Lacy, E., 1961.
10 52 Lalor, Fergus John, 1967.
10 53 Landauer, ?.
10 54 Lang, Paul, 1947 - 1957.
10 55 La Porte, Paul, 1963 - 1969.
10 56 Larkey, Joan, 1972.
10 57 Larson, C. Theodore.
10 58 La Rue, Jan, 1954.
10 59 Larwill, Langdon H., 1955.
10 60 Law (?), Winifred.
10 61 League of Composers, The, 1947 - 1948.
10 62 Leake, Don, 1955.
10 63 Lederman, Minna, 1944 - 1975.
10 64 Lee, W. Khan, 1969.
10 65 Leeds, Mervin, 1960 - 1964.
10 66 Lehr, David.
10 67 Lehr, Mangham David, 1967 - 1968.
10 68 Leibowitz, Herb, 1947 - 1975.
10 69 Lent, Lillian, 1967.
10 70 Lenzner, Rosalyn, 1972.
10 71 Le Petit Sphinx, 1959.
10 72 Lert, Richard, 1948.
10 73 Lert, Ruth, 1967.
10 74 Lettunich, Mateo, 1960.
10 75 Levin, Debbie, 1965.
10 76 Levin, Leonard L., 1964.
10 77 Levin, Walter, 1962 - 1970.
11 1-10 Levitzky, Mellissa and Charles, 1952 - 1969.
12 1-4 Levitzky, Mellissa and Charles, 1970 - 1976.
12 5 Lheviny, Rosina, 1952.
12 6 Liang, Tsai-Ping, 1974.
12 7 Lichtenstadt, Cecily, 1966.
12 8 Lichtenwanger, William, 1962.
12 9 Life, 1964.
12 10 Lillard, Richard, 1966 - 1967.
12 11 Lilliefelt, Theodor, 1965.
12 12 Lincoln, Harry, 1964.
12 13 Linick, Anthony, 1970.
12 14 Linton, Russ, 1967.
12 15 List, Kurt, 1947 - 1957.
12 16 Location.
12 17 London, Edwin, 1966.
12 18 Longo, Lawrence, 1964.
12 19 Loring, Rosalind, 1961 - 1962.
12 20 Loujon Press, 1968.
12 21 Greater L.A. Plans, 1947.
12 22 Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The.
12 23 Los Angeles Public Library, 1953.
12 24 Los Angeles Times, 1944 - 1951.
12 25-26 Lowens, Irving, 1960 - 1968.
12 27 Lowry, W. McNeil, 1961 - 1968.
12 28 Lubeck, Louis A., 1975.
12 29 Lubick, Susan C., 1975.
12 30 Luster, Helen, 1966 - 1967.
12 31 Lyons, Joseph, 1960 - 1966.
12 32 Mabwanger, Flague, 1965.
12 33 Macdiarmid, Hugh, 1954.
12 34 MacDonald, Lachlan, 1959.
12 35 Mackey, Sister Mary, 1968.
12 36 Mac Low, Jackson, 1964.
12 37 Magdalen, Sister Mary, 1962 - 1966.
12 38 Mahaffey, Elizabeth, 1969.
12 39 Malloch, William, 1968.
12 40 Mandelbaum, Joel, 1965.
12 41 Mandell, Alan.
12 42 Mangelsdorff, Rich.
12 43 Mann, Claire, 1958.
12 44 Mann, Robert N., 1968 - 1979.
12 45 Margolis, Garry, 1960.
13 1 Margolis, Larry, 1963 - 1967.
13 2 Marsh, Lucile, 1972.
13 3 Mathieu, Allauddin William, 1975.
13 4 Martin, Henry J., 1975.
13 5 Martirano, Salvatore, 1961.
13 6 Maxfield, Richard V., 1961 - 1969.
13 7 Maxwell, Karen, 1969 - 1973.
13 8 May, Margery C.
13 9 Mayer, Egon, 1966.
13 10 Mayuzumi, Toshir, 1961.
13 11 McBeath, Kevin, 1954.
13 12 McCarthy, Sara, 1963.
13 13 McClure, John, 1967 - 1969.
13 14 McCorkle, Donald, 1960 - 1966.
13 15 McCoy, Esther.
13 16 McDaniel, Joseph M. Jr., 1964.
13 17 McDonagh, Patricia, 1969.
13 18 McFarland, Donald, 1961.
13 19 McGary, Keith, 1953 - 1962.
13 20 McGrath, Tom, 1969.
13 21 McIntyre, Ray, 1966.
13 22 McKenzie, Jack, 1965.
13 23 McLean, Patricia, 1948.
13 24 McMillan, Ann, 1965.
13 25 McWilliams, Carey, 1948 - 1952.
13 26 Meale, Richard.
13 27 Meister, Fritz, 1961.
13 28 Mellers, Wiefrid, 1951.
13 29 Mendel, Werner, 1967.
13 30 Mercedes, Sister M., 1965.
13 31 G. and C. Merriam Co., 1963 - 1964.
13 32 Merriman, Nan.
13 33 Merwin, Janette M., 1964.
13 34 Meyer, Leonard B., 1964.
13 35 Meyer, Priscilla, 1969.
13 36 Midwestern University, 1965 - 1971.
13 37 Millard, John L., 1963.
13 38 Miller, Merrill, 1958 - 1967.
13 39 Milner, Anthony, 1953 - 1955.
13 40 Mitchell, Danlee, 1961 - 1962.
13 41 Mitze, Clark, 1965.
13 42 Monday Evening Concerts.
13 43 Monschein, Robert, 1968.
13 44 Montooth, Charles.
13 45 Moore, Arthur, 1954.
13 46 Moore, John G., 1957.
13 47 Moore, John M., 1958.
13 48 Moore, Marianne, 1955.
13 49 Moran, Robert, 1963 - 1968.
13 50 Morgan, Vincent, 1964.
13 51 Morley, Perry, 1969.
13 52 Morris, Rollyn C., 1965.
13 53 Morthland, John, 1962.
13 54 Morton, Lawrence, 1949 - 1974.
13 55 Moss, Larry, 1969.
13 56 Moss, Oscar, 1953 - 1954.
13 57 Moss, Sadye, 1964 - 1970.
13 58 Mueller, Calvin H., 1955.
13 59 Muller, Herbert, 1957.
13 60 Multer, Dowell, 1974.
13 61 Mumford, Lewis, 1968.
13 62 Mumma, Gordon, 1962 - 1965.
14 1 Mumma, Gordon, 1966 - 1969.
14 2 Munk, Erika, 1966.
14 3 Murphy, Joy, 1953.
14 4 Musical America: A division of High Fidelity magazine, 1962 - 1966.
14 5 Music And Letters, 1951.
14 6 Music Guild, 1946.
14 7 Musical Digest, 1948.
14 8 Musson, Beatrice, 1952 - 1962.
14 9 Myers, L.M., 1967.
14 10 Myers, Rollo, 1968.
14 11 Myrick, Julian (Ives and Myrick Agency), 1960 - 1964.
14 12 Nadas, Rosalie, 1964 - 1966.
14 13 Nagy, Peter, 1972.
14 14 National Symphony, 1974.
14 15 Nee, Tom, 1967.
14 16 Nelson, Philip, 1962 - 1968.
14 17-18 Nesbit, Lynn, 1963 - 1970.
14 19 New Republic, 1954.
14 20 Newsweek, 1963 - 1965.
14 21 New York Times, 1949.
14 22 Niblock, James, 1972.
14 23 Niedecker, Lorine.
14 24 Nixon, Marni, 1953 - 1954.
14 25 Nomad.
14 26 Nonesuch, 1969 - 1973.
14 27 North Carolina Arts Council.
14 28 Northwestern University, 1967 - 1969.
14 29 Noss, Luther, 1964.
14 30 Nowak, Lionel, 1966 - 1967.
14 31 Ogden, Will L., 1968.
14 32 Once, 1962 - 1965.
14 33 Owen, Frank K., 1954.
14 34 Oxford University Press, 1953.
14 35 Pajidgeff, Judy, 1974.
14 36 Palmer, Harian G., 1947.
14 37 Pan, Claudio San Yon, 1964 - 1966.
14 38-39 Pantheon Books, 1959 - 1966.
15 1-2 Pantheon Books, 1966 - 1975.
15 3 Papaidamidor, John, 1962.
15 4 Parnassus: Poetry in Review, 1975.
15 5-6 Partch, Harry, 1952 - 1972.
15 7 Pash, Donald A., 1964.
15 8 Patchen, Kenneth and Miriam, 1959 - 1973.
15 9 Patkowski, Jozef, 1965 - 1967.
15 10 Patrick, David, 1950.
15 11 Patterson, Ben, 1964.
15 12 Payzant, Geoffrey, 1970 - 1976.
15 13 Pazmor, Radiana, 1963 - 1973.
15 14 Pease, James, 1975.
15 15 Pechnikoff, Veronica, 1947.
15 16 Peck, Alexandra (Mrs.), 1947.
15 17 Peck, George, 1943 - 1946.
15 18 Peck, Seymour.
15 19 Pena, Ralph, 1961.
15 20 Penguin Books, Inc., 1963.
15 21 Pennsylvania State University, 1970.
15 22 Perlis, Vivian, 1975.
15 23 Perrine, Gene, 1954.
15 24 Perspectives of New Music, 1967.
15 25 Peters Corporation, C.F., 1962 - 1966.
15 26 Peterson, C. Frank, 1946.
15 27 Phelps, W. Lyon, 1967 - 1972.
15 28 Phillips, Jane, 1969 - 1974.
15 29 Phillips, Jim, 1967.
15 30 Phillips, Robert, 1959.
15 31 Phyl, Diri.
15 32 Pierce, Rodney, 1969.
15 33 Pile, John F., 1954 - 1955.
15 34 Pillin, Bill.
15 35 Pisk, Paul A., 1943 - 1957.
15 36 Poetry Center, 1965.
15 37 Poetry Los Angeles, 1958 - 1959.
15 38 Poets and Writers Organization, 1975.
15 39 Porter, Bern, 1959.
15 40 Powell, Jessie A., 1965.
15 41 Price, Paul, 1959.
15 42 Price, Robert H., 1949.
15 43 Price, Theodore, 1970.
15 44 Princeton University, 1956 - 1963.
15 45 Pulitzer Music Committee.
15 46 Quinn, Kerlerr, 1956 - 1957.
15 47 Quixote, 1951.
15 48 Quotations - Peter Yates.
15 49 Rand, Calvin G., 1955.
15 50 Ransom, John Crowe, 1955.
15 51 Ran, Pearl, 1943 - 1972.
16 1 Rayner, Clare, 1973 - 1976.
16 2 RCA Victor Records, 1959.
16 3 R.D. Row Music Company, 1953.
16 4 Read, Gardner, 1966 - 1967.
16 5 Rebner, W.E., 1964 - 1967.
16 6 Record, The, 1970.
16 7 Reddy, Leo, 1963.
16 8 Reed, Alice S., 1970.
16 9 Reinhardt, Aurelia Henry, 1937.
16 10 Reisch, Elisabeth, 1969.
16 11 Rejection Letters, 1953 - 1956.
16 12 Repass, Richard, 1953 - 1966.
16 13 Reviews - Amateur, 1964.
16 14 Reviews - 20th Century Music, 1967.
16 15 Rexroth Birthday Committee, 1966.
16 16 Rexroth, Kenneth.
16 17-19 Reynolds, Roger, 1959 - 1975.
16 20 Rhodes, Silas H., 1964.
16 21 Rich, Alan, 1960.
16 22 Richter, H., 1967.
16 23 Rickel, Harry, 1948 - 1974.
16 24 Riegger, Wallingford (?), 1950.
16 25 Riemann Musiklexikon.
16 26 Rigsby, Lyle Ann, 1965.
16 27 Ripin, Edwin, 1964.
16 28 Ritier, Mary C., 1969.
16 29 Ritner, Peter, 1969.
16 30 Ritner, Peter V., 1969.
16 31 Rockefeller Foundation, 1962 - 1975.
16 32 Rogers, Charles B., 1962 - 1963.
16 33 Rogers, Robert Bruce, 1967.
16 34 Rogers, Robert B., 1963.
16 35 Rood, John, 1963.
16 36 Roosevelt University, 1963 - 1965.
16 37 Rorem, Ned, 1967 - 1968.
16 38 Rosay, Lincoln, 1963.
16 39 Rosenbaum, Samuel R., 1959.
16 40 Rosenfield, Paul, 1939.
16 41 Rueckert, William H., 1964 - 1965.
16 42 Rufer, Josef, 1954.
16 43 Ruggles Concert.
16 44 Runciman, Alex, 1963.
16 45 Rushford, Kate, 1975 - 1976.
16 46 Russell, Diarmuid, 1959.
16 47 Russell, George Vernon (Mrs.), 1963.
16 48 Russia, 1973.
17 1 Sadie, Stanley, 1972.
17 2 Saerchinger, Cesar, 1952.
17 3 Sagmaster, Joseph, 1966.
17 4 Saltman, Molly, 1966.
17 5 Salzburg Seminar, 1958 - 1967.
17 6 Salzman, Eric, 1966 - 1968.
17 7 San Francisco Art Institute, 1965.
17 8 Sandburg, Carl, 1943.
17 9 Sanford, Jack, 1962.
17 10 Sangal, Rahul, 1973.
17 11 Sanger, Grant, 1956 - 1975.
17 12 Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1946.
17 13 Sapiro, Aaron, 1948.
17 14 Sapounakis, Paul, 1961.
17 15 Sapp, Allen, 1969.
17 16 SATURDAY REVIEW, 1954 - 1957.
17 17 Saverlander, Wolfgang, 1963 - 1971.
17 18 Schieter, Nanette, 1965 - 1974.
17 19 Schoenberg, Arnold, 1944 - 1974.
17 20 Schoenberg, Gertrude, 1966.
17 21 Schonberg, Harold, 1963 - 1967.
17 22 Schramm, Dely, 1964 - 1975.
17 23 Schramm, Harold, 1963 - 1969.
17 24 Schulhof, Andrew, 1947 - 1949.
17 25 Schuller, Gunther, 1959.
17 26 Schwab, Arnold T., 1964 - 1965.
17 27 Scott, Bill.
17 28 Seitz, Barbara, 1971 - 1975.
17 29 Seklemian, M., 1955.
17 30 Selwyn Collection, The, 1966.
17 31 Selwyn (Brown), Mary Jeanette, 1952 - 1968.
17 32 Selwyn, William G., 1966 - 1975.
17 33 Sender, Ramon.
17 34 Sengbusch, Howard and Beatrice.
17 35 Seven Poets Press, 1962.
17 36 Seward, C.W., 1969.
17 37 Seymour, Harry, 1963.
17 38 Shaff, Stan, 1969.
17 39 Shapiro, Edward, 1943 - 1965.
17 40 Shapiro, Gerald, 1968.
17 41 Shapiro, Karl, 1962.
17 42 Shattuck, Roger, 1963.
17 43 Shepard, Richard F., 1964.
17 44 Shere, Chas.
17 45 Sherman, Jory, 1960.
17 46 Sherrill, Frances H., 1965.
17 47 Shoenburg, Robert E., 1972.
17 48 Shuford, Gene, 1965.
17 49 Sickler, Don, 1956.
17 50 Sierra Madre Public Library, 1956.
17 51 Silver, Ralph, 1964.
17 52 Sims, Ezra, 1961.
17 53 Sincher, Rae, 1966.
17 54 Sing Out, America!.
17 55 Singer, Norman, 1968.
17 56 Sipple, Carol L., 1963.
17 57 Skelton, William, 1962.
17 58 Slim, H. Colin, 1967.
17 59 Smith, Bill.
17 60 Smith, George Alan, 1964 - 1965.
17 61 Smith, Howlett, 1967.
17 62 Smith, Sigmund A., 1970.
17 63 Snyder, Robert, 1971.
17 64 Sokol, Mark, 1971.
17 65 Soloman, Sevi (Sorelle), 1950.
17 66 Sornier, Keith, 1969.
17 67 Southern California Chamber Music Society, 1949.
17 68 Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc., 1959 - 1961.
17 69 Sowash, Rick, 1974.
17 70 Spackman, Peter, 1968.
17 71 Spain, George and Son, 1969.
17 72 Spevak, Irving, 1955.
17 73 Spies, Claudio, 1970.
18 1 Spires, Betty, 1963 - 1970.
18 2 Spires, Elizabeth.
18 3 Stackpole, Ralph, 1956 - 1970.
18 4 Stadelman, Sara Lee, 1956.
18 5 Stalvey, Dorrance, 1974.
18 6 Stamon, Nick, 1964.
18 7 Stanley, Audrey, 1970.
18 8 Stanley, John, 1970.
18 9 Starr, Frances, 1967.
18 10 State University College at Buffalo, 1966 - 1975.
18 11 Stein, Israel, 1960 - 1963.
18 12 Stein, Leonard, 1959 - 1963.
18 13 Steinkraus, Ruth.
18 14 Stellar, Robert T., 1962 - 1964.
18 15 Stephenson, Winifred, 1960.
18 16 Stern, Gerd, 1954.
18 17 Stevens, D.W., 1951.
18 18 Stevens, Halsey, 1953 - 1965.
18 19 Still, Pezzie, 1963.
18 20 Strang, Gerald, 1948 - 1974.
18 21 Straub, Harry, 1970.
18 22 Street, Julian, 1927 - 1929.
18 23 Stuart, Ken, 1957 - 1974.
18 24 Stuckenschmidt, H.H., 1972.
18 25 Sudler, Louis, 1964.
18 26 Swacker, Elizabeth S., 1969.
18 27 Sweeney, Mike, 1964.
18 28 Sykes, James, 1963 - 1968.
18 29 Szigeti, Joseph, 1943 - 1968.
18 30 Talbot, George, 1966.
18 31 Tallinod, Bill, 1970.
18 32 Tallmadge, William H., 1969 - 1974.
18 33 Taubman, Howard, 1949.
18 34 Taylor, Fannie, 1964.
18 35 Taylor, Reese Hale (Mrs.), 1967.
18 36 Tcherepnin, Alexander, 1952.
18 37 Teck, Katherine, 1964.
18 38 Temple University, 1966.
18 39 Thigpen, Helen, 1960.
18 40 Thomas, Michael, 1970 - 1975.
18 41 Thomas, Susan, 1964.
18 42 Thompson, Dorothy, 1950 - 1951.
18 43 Thompson, Marcia, 1964 - 1965.
18 44 Thomson, Virgil, 1950 - 1974.
18 45 Time Magazine, 1954 - 1963.
18 46 Todaro, Karen, 1975.
18 47 Todd, Edwin, 1958.
18 48 Tokyo Art Bureau, 1970.
18 49 Travis, Vera, 1961.
18 50 Trebilcot, Joyce.
18 51 Tremblay, George, 1957 - 1966.
18 52 Tri-Quarterly, 1972 - 1973.
18 53 Trotter, Robert, 1962.
18 54 Truck Press, 1975.
18 55 Tulane University Center, 1962.
18 56 Tureck, Rosalyn, 1968 - 1974.
18 57 Turetzky, Bertram, 1965 - 1966.
19 1 United States Government, 1963 - 1971.
19 2 UCLA, 1968 - 1976.
19 3 UCSD, 1963 - 1964.
19 4 UCSD Library, 1976 - 1980.
19 5 University of Michigan, 1962 - 1965.
19 6 University of Redlands, 1952 - 1967.
19 7 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1967.
19 8 Vaggione, Horacio, 1964.
19 9 Varese, Louise and Edgard, 1960 - 1969.
19 10 de la Vega, Aurelio, 1958 - 1976.
19 11 Vestal, William C., 1964.
19 12 Veterans Advisory Board to the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles, 1951.
19 13 Vostell, Redaktion Wolf, 1967.
19 14 Wadsworth Atheneum, 1966.
19 15 Waldeen, 1951.
19 16 Waldrop, Keith and Rosemarie, 1966 - 1978.
19 17 Wallace, Dean.
19 18 Walsh, Maria, 1975.
19 19 Walter, Bruno, 1959.
19 20 Wardynski, Sue, 1970.
19 21 Ware, Larry.
19 22 Waring, James, 1954 - 1965.
19 23 Warner, Douglas, 1953.
19 24 Watanabe, Shirley.
19 25 Watkins, I., 1964 - 1966.
19 26 WBAI Radio, 1964.
19 27 Weber, William, 1975 - 1976.
19 28 Weigel, Helene, 1957.
19 29 Weiner, Michael, 1967.
19 30 Wenger, Irving.
19 31 Wesleyan University, 1964 - 1968.
19 32 Westbrook, Marcella, 1958.
19 33 Westrup, Jack, 1970.
19 34 White, J. Paul, 1972.
19 35 White, Natalie, 1944.
19 36 Marquis-Who's Who, Inc., 1969.
19 37 Williams, Emmett, 1966.
19 38 Williams, Jonathan, 1957 - 1969.
19 39 Williams Moving and Storage, Inc. (agent for Bekins Van Lines), 1969.
19 40 Williams, William Carlos, 1950 - 1951.
19 41 Wilson, Edwin B., 1965.
19 42 Wilson, Erv, 1961 - 1975.
19 43 Wilson, John, 1961.
19 44 Wincenc, Joseph, 1969 - 1970.
19 45 Wolf, Harriet, 1953.
19 46 Woodbridge, Paul, 1956.
19 47 Wootten, Bill, 1954 - 1963.
19 48 Worth, Norman Paul, 1960.
19 49 Wren, Mona, 1964 - 1966.
19 50 Wuellner, Guy S., 1971.
19 51 Wysor, Elizabeth, 1949.
19 52 Yamayuchi, Atsuko Arlene, 1954.
19 53-54 Yates, Peter and Family, 1943 - 1975.
20 1 Yates, Schuyler, 1969 - 1971.
20 2 Yoshii, Yutaka, 1970.
20 3 Young, La Monte, 1960 - 1979.
20 4 Young, Robert W., 1951.
20 5 Yuasa, Joji, 1951 - 1965.
20 6 Zahn, Curtis, 1970.
20 7 Zeisl, Eric, 1953.
20 8 Zell, Charles, 1959.
20 9 Zerboni, Edizioni Suvini, 1954.
20 10-11 Unidentified correspondents, 1953 - 1975 & undated.

WRITINGS

Drafts of Articles

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20 12 Apology.
20 13 Absolute/Absolute Notions.
20 14 Acoustics and Reverberations.
20 15 All in One Place.
20 16 Amateur vs. Professional.
20 17-18 American Artist.
20 19 American Dance.
20 20 American Experimental Tradition.
20 21 American Music Reaches Toward the Orient.
21 1 American Radical Composers.
21 2 And Again Festivals.
21 3 Announcement and Continuation of Our Journey.
21 4 At the Low Point.
21 5 Audience, Amateur, and Artist.
21 6 Authority.
21 7 Babies Need Souls.
21 8 Bach, J.S.
21 9 Bach, Mozart, Beethoven.
21 10 Bartok, Bela.
21 11 Beethoven, L.V.
21 12 Being in Contradiction.
21 13 Berg, Alban.
21 14 Best Music.
21 15 Beyond Discord.
21 16 Big Indian.
21 17 Brecht, Bertolt.
21 18 Britten, Benjamin.
21 20 Business of Music.
21 22 Cage, John.
21 23 Cellular Communication.
21 24 Chavez, Carlos.
21 25 Colloquy of Sculpture.
21 26 Communication from John Dewey.
21 27 Community Center for the Arts.
21 28 Composer and the Record.
21 29-30 Composite Lecture (#1 and #2).
21 31 Concert Reviews.
21 32 Conference on the Arts and the Press.
21 33 Considerate Listener.
21 34 Contemporary Arts at the University of Illinois.
22 1 Contemporary Music.
22 2 Contemporary Music in the U.S.
22 3 Conversations of Ghosts.
22 4 County Museum.
22 5 Couperin, Francis.
22 6 Craft, Francis.
22 7 Crisis in Leisure.
22 8 Criticism.
22 9 Dallas Symphony at North Texas University.
22 10 Definitions in the Mind of Stonehenge.
22 11 Definition of Poetry.
22 12 Department.
22 13 Digression Around the Subject, Unpopular Criticism Is Necessary (or "Don't Stop the World, I'm Still On It").
22 14 Dippers and Jotters.
22 15 Divinity and Others.
22 16 Early Manuscripts.
22 17 Electronic Music.
22 18 Eleven O'Clock.
22 19 Epic and Moby Dick.
22 20 Essay on Love.
22 21 Essay on Tolstoy.
22 22 Esthetics of Provocation.
22 23 Faith and Art.
22 24 Fear and My Captain.
22 25 Few Weeks of Concentrated Activity.
22 26 Few Questions About Bach.
22 27 Fischer, W.; Turetsky, W.; and V. Thomason.
22 28 Foundations.
22 29 Foundations and Frontiers of Music Education.
22 30 Form an Asylum.
22 31 General Report.
22 32 Gift of God.
22 33 Golden Age is Always Earlier.
22 34 Happenings.
22 35 Harpsicord and the Organ.
22 36 Harris, Roy.
23 1 Harrison, Lou.
23 2 History of Tuning.
23 3 History of Tuning - Kuhnle.
23 4 How To Become Posterity.
23 5 HPSCHD.
23 6 Iconoclast Contemporary.
23 7 Idea of Community.
23 8 In the Game of Sanity.
23 9 Influence of Tuning.
23 10 Institute of Ethnomusicology at UCLA.
23 11 Intelligence.
23 12 Ives, Charles E.
23 13 Japanese Music and Musical Instruments.
23 14 Jonson, Ben.
23 15 Killing Herta.
23 16 Knowledge.
23 17 Landowska, Wanda.
23 18 Leisure.
23 19 Leisure and the Cultural Center.
23 20 Leisure Work.
23 21 Logic of the Negative.
23 22 Long Round Trip.
23 23 Los Angeles Musical Community Before 1930.
23 24 Los Angeles Philharmonic.
23 25 Lost Center.
23 26 Malraux, Andre.
23 27 McLittlebrook, Composer of Symphonies.
23 28 Meantone and Well-Tempered.
23 29 Meditation on Mozart's Don Giovanni.
23 30 Medium as Abstraction.
23 31 Merce Cunningham Restores the Dance to Dance.
23 32 Microtones.
23 33 Miscellaneous and untitled.
24 1 Miscellaneous and untitled.
24 2 Misprint.
24 3 Mr. Schwarz's Mystery.
24 4 Modern Poetry from Spain and Latin America.
24 5 Monkey.
24 6 More, Paul Elmer.
24 7 More than Time.
24 8 Moses Mosquito and the Dragon.
24 9 Music for One's Self.
24 10 Music for the Open-Eared Listener.
24 11 Music Travels and Just Intonation.
24 12 Mysterious Way.
24 13 Negative.
24 14 New Art.
24 15 New Music for Old Instruments.
24 16 Newspaper Clippings (written by P.Y.).
24 17 Notebook, July 1938.
24 18 Notes for an Ives-Schoenberg Centennial Program.
24 19 Notes for the Good Use of Music.
24 20 Notes for Buffalo.
24 21 Notes Toward the Comprehending of the Present Esthetic Situation.
24 22 Occurence of the Week Before Millenium.
24 23 Ojai Festival.
24 24 On the Rocks.
24 25 Opera.
24 26 Optimistic View of Modern Criticism.
24 27 Organized Sound.
24 28 Papa Nickoklas.
24 29 Partch-Genesis of a Music, etc.
24 30 Perfumed Jerkin.
24 31 Philosophy of Christianity.
24 32 Piano.
24 33 Playing Piano is Easy.
24 34 Plight of English-Speaking Verse.
24 35 Poetry of Peyton Houston.
24 36 Mr. and Mrs. Potiphar Woodchuck and Lemuel Skunk.
24 37 Poetic Underground.
24 38 Poetry of the Old Testament.
24 39 Popular Music.
24 40 Position of Poetry Today.
24 41 Problem of the Graduate Author.
24 42 Process.
24 43 Rachmaninoff, Sergei.
24 44 Rage Over Spoiled Programs.
24 45 Reemergence of Bella Lewitzky.
25 1 Reinterpertation.
25 2 Report from Los Angeles.
25 3 Review - Myers, Kostelanetz, Cage.
25 4 Revolution in Meissen China.
25 5 Room Mates.
25 6 Ruggles-Sun Treader.
25 7 Saint Albans School.
25 8 Saint Peter.
25 9 Santa Ana Plays It Across the Board.
25 10 Schoenberg, Arnold.
25 11 Scriabin.
25 12 Second Letter from Breukelen.
25 13 Some Idiomatic Principles of XVII and XVIII Century Keyboard Music.
25 14 Some Pianists.
25 15 Something Solid.
25 16 Southern California Musical Situation.
25 17 Stein, Miss Gertrude.
25 18 Stravinsky, Igor.
25 19 Study Variations on Hamlet.
25 20 Teaching of Composition.
25 21 Technique and Style.
25 22 Thesis.
25 23 Thirty Variations on the Air.
25 24 Thought.
25 25 Thought Concerning a Rock.
25 26 Thoughts on a Footnote by T.S. Eliot.
25 27 Thou Kenneth a Collage.
25 28 Travels by Ford.
25 29 Three-Quarter Hour Long Stail.
25 30 Tuning and Temperament.
25 31 Turning Off The Tap.
25 32 Twentieth Century Music.
25 33 University of Illinois School of Music at Urbana.
26 1 Unknown Store.
26 2 Unpopular Criticism.
26 3 Up to Date.
26 4 Venice Preserved.
26 5 View of the User.
26 6 Visions of Dance.
26 7 Vocation of a Poet.
26 8 Welcome Collection Exhibition of Ethnic Art at UCLA.
26 9 What is Happening?.
26 10 What is to be Done?.
26 11 What Music Means to Me.
26 12 Williams, Jonathan.
26 13 Witchcraft.

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26 14 You Can't Think.
26 15 Adventures of Arnold Joss.
26 16 Conversation.
26 17 Depression.
26 18-19 Early Short Stories.
26 20 Grandfather.
26 21 Magdalene.
26 22 Men Meet With Death.
26 23-24 Miscellaneous Short Stories.
27 1 Occurrence in the Year Before Millennium.
27 2 Sheriff Was Mean.
27 3 Small Crowd Gathering.
27 4 Supper Party.
27 5 Tales.
27 6 Tales for Sensible Children.
27 7 Uncompleted Short Stories.
27 8 Valhalla.
27 9 Wanderer's Home.

Drafts of Books

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An Amateur at the Keyboard.
27 10-15 Chapters 1-2a.
28 1-6 Chapters 2b-4.
28 7-8 Music As Sound.
Twentieth Century Music.
29 1-10 Manuscripts and First Drafts.
30 1-7 Typescripts.
31 1-4 Original Complete Typescript.
University.
31 5-9 Parts 1a-b.
32 1-6 Parts 1c-3b.
What Is It Is That What It Is.
32 7 Typescripts.
33 1-6 Typescripts.
33 7 Notes.

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34 1-2 Adventuring.
34 3-5 Alkibiades.
34 6-7 Cooperative.
34 8-9 Creation.
34 10 Death Mask of John.
34 11 Downward, the Man with the Bombs.
34 12 Easter Torch.
34 13 Fame Endureth - If Lacking Only Truth.
34 14 Funeral.
34 15 Great American Opera.
34 16 Hash.
34 17 House of Counting Women.
35 1 Improvisation.
35 2-3 Invasion.
35 4 Jenny.
35 5 Modern Hamlet.
35 6 Napolean.
35 7 Pipeful of Tobacco.
35 8-9 Play, Second - An Apology for Women.
35 10 Play Third - Grotesquerie.
35 11 Play Fifth - The Innocent.
35 12 Refugees.
35 13 Shiny Buckles.
35 14 Son of Tristan.
35 15 Stephen Livingstone.
Stone Man.
35 16 Typescripts.
36 1 Manuscripts.
36 2 Supper Party.
36 3 Twenty One.
36 4 Young Mark.
36 5 Washington Kidnapp.
36 6 Untitled play.

Drafts of Poetry

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36 7 Bibliography of Poetry Works by Peter Yates.
36 8-10 Anthology: Vol. I - III.
36 11 Exercises in Lyric and in Sonnet, 1945.
36 12 Garden Prospect- a Selection of Poems.
37 1-2 Garden Prospect.
37 3 Napoleon poems.
37 4 Noah.
37 5 Open Places (Journal)- with pieces by Yates.
37 6 Smaller Poem Book and The Garden Prospect.
37 7 Sonnets I - XXII.
37 8 Thou Kenneth a Collage (in Arts and Society).
37 9 Miscellaneous poetry.
38 1-6 Miscellaneous poetry.
39 1-8 Miscellaneous poetry.
40 1-2 Miscellaneous poetry.

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40 3-10 1939 - 1970.

Magazine Articles

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41 1-17 1932 - 1955.
42 1-14 1956 - 1973.

PROGRAMS AND PAMPHLETS REGARDING PETER YATES

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43 1 American Musicological Society.
43 2 Architectural Panel.
43 3 Arizona State University.
43 4 Arnold Schonberg and Charles Ives, 1874 - 1974.
43 5 Arts in St. Louis.
43 6 Bach Festival Foundation.
43 7 Cabrillo Music Festival.
43 8 Charles Ives Centennial Festival Conference.
43 9 Chicago Musical College.
43 10 Contemporary Arts Festival.
43 11 Contemporary Arts Museum.
43 12-17 KPFK Program Folio, 1959 - 1968.
43 18 Maryland Institute College of Art.
43 19 Midwestern University.
43 20 Monday Evening Concerts.
43 21 Mount Anthony Union High School.
43 22 National Conference on the Arts and Human Environment.
43 23 North Texas State University.
43 24 Norwalk Symphony Society.
43 25 Olivet College.
43 26 Poetry Center.
43 27 Phoenix Chamber Music Society.
43 28 Princeton.
43 29 San Francisco Art Institute News.
43 30 San Francisco Art Institute.
43 31 San Francisco Tape Music Center.
43 32 State University of New York.
43 33 State University of New York, College at Buffalo.
43 34 Unitarian Community Church.
43 35 University of California, Los Angeles.
43 36 University of California, San Diego.
43 37 University of Illinois.
43 38 University of Michigan.
43 39 University of Southern California.
43 40 University of Wisconsin.
43 41 Walker Arts Center.
43 42 Washington University (St. Louis, Missouri).
43 43 Wesleyan University.

MISCELLANY

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44 1 MC-037-08 Artwork.
Buffalo State materials.
44 2 Class materials.
44 3 Miscellany.
44 4 Music Department memos.
44 5 Programs and pamphlets.
44 6 Clippings about Peter Yates.
44 7-8 General materials.
44 9-10 Miscellaneous writings by Peter Yates.
44 11 Notes.
45 1-2 Notes.
45 3 Notes of an interview with Bruno Walter.
45 4 Personal materials, including resumes of Peter Yates.
45 5 Photographs.

FRANCES MULLEN YATES MATERIALS

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45 6-12 Music copy books.
45 13 Programs for Ms. Yates' performance.

PEYTON HOUSTON MATERIALS

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46 1 Poems, 1934-1935 - Typscript, 1934-1935.
46 2 Collection of Poetry - Typscripts, 1951 - 1955.
46 3 Miscellaneous poetry - Typscript and manuscript.
46 4 Thomas-Fantasy - Typescript with annotations, 1938.

PROGRAMS AND PAMPHLETS COLLECTED BY YATES

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47 1 American Association for the Advancement of Science.
47 2 Arizona State University.
47 3 Aspen Music School and Festival.
47 4 Bridge.
47 5 Buffalo Fine Arts Academy.
47 6 Buhlig, Richard.
47 7 California State College at Los Angeles.
47 8 Calvary C.M.E. Church.
47 9 Carl Ruggles Festival.
47 10 Ceremony of Us.
47 11 Contemporary Arts Association.
47 12 Early Music Laboratory.
47 13 Emerson Vocational High School.
47 14 Festival of Contemporary Arts.
47 15 Henry Street Settlement Playhouse.
47 16 Hiller 54-68: Music for Instruments Electronics and Computer.
47 17 KPFK.
47 18 Leo S. Bing Theatre: L.A. County Museum of Art.
47 19 Library of Congress.
47 20 Los Angeles Little Symphony.
47 21 Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra.
47 22 Metropolitan Museum of Art.
47 23 Michigan State University: Television and the Arts.
47 24 Monday Evening Concerts.
47 25 Moravian Music Foundation.
47 26 Museum of Fine Arts of Houston.
47 27 New School, The.
47 28 New York Film Festival.
47 29 Oberlin College.
47 30 Ojai Festival, 1955 - 1967.
47 31 Once.
47 32 Opera Guild of Southern California.
47 33 Pacific Coast Music Festival, The.
47 34 Pasadena Community Playhouse.
47 35 Radio Telefis Eireann.
47 36 Salem United Church of Christ.
47 37 SCUSB.
47 38 Space Theatre/Steel Pavilion: Expo, 1970.
47 39 State University College at Fredonia.
47 40 Sticky Wicket.
47 41 Syracuse University.
47 42 Theatre Upstairs.
47 43 Toledo Museum of Art.
47 44 Trace Magazine.
47 45 University Musical Society: Michigan.
47 46 University of California, Davis.
47 47 University of California, Los Angeles.
47 48 University of Santa Clara, California.
47 49 University of Southern California.
47 50 University of Toronto.
47 51 University of Washington.
47 52 Yale.
47 53 Young Musicians Foundation.
47 54 Miscellaneous.
47 55 MC-037-10 Miscellaneous.

OVERSIZE MATERIALS

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48 1 FB-099-01 The Idol - Union College literary magazine with pieces by Peter Yates, 1928 - 1929.
48 2-4 FB-099-02-04 The Lay Listener - Scrapbook of articles and Miscellany by Peter Yates.
48 5 FB-099-05 Evenings of the Roof - Publicity materials.
48 6 FB-099-06 Couperin, Francois. L'Art de Toucher le Clavecin.
Translation in typescript and manuscript (by Peter Yates)
48 7 FB-099-07 Crews, Lucille. Flower of Night by Lucille Crews and Peyton Houston: Mimeograph of manuscript, with autograph dedication to Mr. and Mrs. Yates from Crews.
48 8 FB-099-08 Crews, Lucille. The Questioner by Lucille Crews and Peter Yates: Mimeograph of typescript and manuscript.
48 9 FB-099-09 Dahl, Ingolf. Variations on an Air by Couperin (1956) and Sonata Pastorale (1959): Mimeographs of manuscripts with annotations, with dedications to Frances Mullen (Yates).
Harrison, Lou.
48 10 FB-099-10 Alma Redemptoris Mater - Mimeograph of manuscript (3 copies), 1951.
48 11 FB-099-11 Double Cannon and Largo Ostinato - Mimeographs of manuscripts, 1951.
48 12 FB-099-12 Ground in E Minor for Keyboard (1936, revised 1970) - Photocopy of manuscript.
48 13 FB-099-13 History (prose introduction to a history of Korean music) - Mimeograph of manuscript.
48 14 FB-099-14 Homage to Henry Cowell - Photocopy of manuscript, 1939.
48 15 FB-099-15 Lou Harisson's Political Primer - Mimeograph of manuscript with holograph corrections and annotations.
48 16 FB-099-16 Poems: "I couldn't check back at the V.D. cllinic...," Lying in Bed" (1966), "To the memory of Jean Cocteau..." (1963), "Suns" (1954), and "Luna" (1954) - Mimeographs of manuscripts.
48 17 MC-037-09 The Primer (1972) - Printed broadside signed by the author.
48 18 FB-099-17 Procession - Printed work and mimeograph, 1962.
48 19 FB-099-18 Six Sonatas for Cembalo - Mimeograph of manuscript with holograph annotations, autograph dedication Peter and Frances.
48 20 FB-099-19 The Use Work of work - Mimeograph of manuscript, 1938.
48 21 FB-099-20 Use of Work of Art - Mimeograph of Manuscript (4 copies).
48 22 FB-099-21 Weak Sonata - Published version, 1964.
Ives, Charles.
48 23 FB-100-01 Second piano sonata - Published version with clippings about Ives and annotations by Frances Mullen Yates, 1840 - 1860.
48 24 FB-100-02 Eighteen Songs - Published version with annotations by Frances Mullen Yates.
48 25 FB-100-03 Second String Quartet - Photostat of manuscript with annotations by (Peter Yates?).
48 26 FB-100-04 A Sea Dirge, 2nd Sonata (autumn), They are there, An Election, 1st Sonata for violin an piano (2 sets: Photostats of manuscripts and photostats of printed versions, "Sea Dirge" with autograph dedication from John Kirkpatrick to Peter and Frances Yates).
48 27 FB-100-05 Sonata #3 for Piano and Violin - Photostats of manuscript.
48 28 FB-100-06 Sonata #4 for Piano and Violin, Halloween, Largo, Largo Cantabile, Largo Risoluto #1, and Largo Risoluto #2 - Photostats of manuscripts and published versions.
48 29-30 FB-101-01-02 Bach, Johann Sebastian. Complete Organ Works: interpretation for two-piano unit by Wesley Kuhnle. Mimeograph of manuscript (?) with corrections, 1939.
48 31 FB-101-03 Notes by Peter Yates.


Finding aid generated: 2014-01-18