Bornschein Music Manuscripts, 1897-1951, MS. 2254

Bornschein Music Manuscripts, 1897-1951 
Maryland Historical Society

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Descriptive Summary

BORNSCHEIN MUSIC MANUSCRIPTS

MS. 2254

Maryland Historical Society

Baltimore MD 21201-4674

 

Franz Carl Bornschein was born February 10, 1879. He graduated from Peabody Conservatory of Music in 1902 and joined the faculty, teaching in the preparatory department until 1914, then in the advanced school. He taught violin, violin pedagogy, conducting, harmony, and composition. As a composer he produced choral works (accompanied and unaccompanied) including art songs, anthems, transcriptions of folk songs, cantatas and operettas for children's and adults' voices, an oratorio, and a short opera; pedagogical and other works for instrumental solos and ensembles; and programmatic suites and tone poems for orchestra. He also arranged and transcribed music by other composers. Sometimes he wrote the words for a song as well as the music; some of these were published under his pseudonym, Frank Fairfield. He won a number of prizes for his vocal compositions. The prizes are listed in the pamphlet, Choral Compositions by Franz Bornschein,copies of which are in the collection (Box 10).

In addition to teaching and composing, Bornschein was a music critic. He was the Baltimore correspondent for Musical America from 1905 to 1948, and for a time the music critic for the Baltimore Evening Sun. He also conducted the Baltimore Music Club Chorus, and guest-conducted the Baltimore Symphony and other orchestras, sometimes at the première of one of his own works.

In 1907 he married Hazel Knox, a singer, also a member of the Peabody faculty. Many of his works are dedicated to her.

He died June 8, 1948. An obituary notice appears in the summer 1948 edition of The Peabody Notes that is included in the collection (Box 10), and another,

from the Baltimore Sun, June 9, 1948, is in the Dielman File in the MdHi Library. Other newspaper articles on Bornschein also appear in this file.

Much of Bornschein's music has a religious or patriotic theme. In addition to his hymns and anthems there is his oratorio, Deodate, or The Apocalypse. His opera Song of Songs is based on biblical sources. Among his cantatas are Independence Bell and The Minute Man among his symphonic poems Ode to the Brave; Symphonic Poem to the Heros of `The Hornet,'  and A Cry to Arms.

Other works are folkloric, or simply American in flavor. Examples are his miniature suite Homestead Tunes and related pieces; and his series of tone poems based on American themes: Leif Ericson, Cape Cod Impressions, The Mission Road, and others (see p. 55 of this inventory). His works for chorus not only include settings of poems by American poets such as Walt Whitman (The Mystic Trumpeter, revised and renamed Joy!) and Edgar Allan Poe (The Conqueror Worm), but also songs in dialect like Hay fo' de Hosses and Go `Way Spooks! (Plantation Song), and pieces like The Two Wives (A New England Legend).

Bornschein evidently was intrigued by the Middle and Far East, for he composed Three Persian Tone Poems and also an operetta, The Willow Plate, and a cantata, The Emperor and the Nightingale, based on Chinese legends. His music for children was often based on folk tunes. Mother Goose's Goslings, an operetta, and the miniature suite of the same title for elementary orchestra, is derived from the obvious source. A similar piece, The Gay Troubador, is based on transcriptions of French songs, some of which were also printed as Six French Folksongs.

Like other composers Bornschein frequently revised his own music. Sometimes it was just a matter of rearranging the music for a different group of voices or instruments; at other times it amounted to a completely new use of the thematic material. The development of a work can sometimes be traced through the different

versions present in this collection, but most of the manuscript items do not have dates on them so their evolution cannot be confirmed. The second tone poem from Three Persian Tone Poems, originally titled In the Palace Garden but renamed Feast of Roses, seems to have gone through three revisions (449., 453., 457.Ms.); four, if you count the original draft or sketch of the piece, which is probably item 460.Ms. A good example of Bornschein's method of translating a rough symphonic sketch into a complete score is The Earth Sings, items 500.Ms. and 501.Ms. Later minor revisions were incorporated in subsequent copies of the work (502., 503., 504. Ms.).

This collection does not contain a copy of everything that Bornschein ever wrote or arranged. Some pieces are listed in the pamphlet Choral Compositions by Franz Bornschein that are not represented here at all. Others are represented only by negative photostats or an incomplete set of parts. The Enoch Pratt Free Library has a collection of his music, also (supposedly) the Library of Congress and other institutions (see p. 77 of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra program for Nov. 21, 1943). Miss Hazel Skirven, the donor of this collection, has in her possession scrapbooks containing symphony programs, newspaper clippings, etc., which undoubtedly shed light on other aspects of Bornschein's career. But the present collection clearly shows the breadth and richness of Bornschein's musical production, particularly his choral works and the warmly romantic, lushly-colored program music.

 

Arrangement and Description of Compositions

Each manuscript or piece of printed music was assigned a number during cataloging and filed according to the number sequence. The pieces of printed music, originally grouped roughly by publisher, were assigned numbers according to the year of copyright. Most of the manuscript music is not dated, so, after being separated into categories of minor vocal or instrumental pieces and major works, manuscripts were usually numbered according to the order in which they were stacked when donated. Maintaining the original (dis)order of the collection made it easier to identify untitled works and fragments through their association with related items. Where items were seen to belong to the same piece, an effort was made to group them together. There are some blank numbers in the sequence where an item was grouped with another or where no item was assigned that number. The items were also marked either Printed or Ms., to indicate the basic category into which they fall.

The five main sections of the collection are printed choral music (1. - 180. Printed), printed instrumental music (200. - 250. Printed), shorter manuscript choral music (200. - 299.Ms.), shorter manuscript instrumental music (300. - 343.Ms.) and major choral and instrumental music (400. - 564.Ms.). (There are no items numbered 1. - 199.Ms.) For shorter manuscript music, scores and parts for the same piece are usually grouped together and assigned the same number; for longer pieces they are usually given numbers in sequence. Most large sets of orchestral parts for use in performance have been boxed separately for convenience (boxes 30 - 47; see Box List). A few miscellaneous numbered and unnumbered items, also the information slips for all the items in the collection, are filed in Box 10, after 343.Ms.

Each information slip has a partial transcription of the cover and/or title page of the item (sometimes these differed), plus other information, including cross-references and comparisons to related items in the collection. The copyright line, series, and publisher's catalogue number of printed items are transcribed on the slips. The series and publisher's catalogue numbers, and details of the scoring, are not given in the following inventory, which follows a simplified format.

The entries in the inventory include the following information: the number assigned to the item; the title and subtitle (listed without quotation marks, to lessen the visual confusion); the source of the text; the composer or source of the music if it is someone other than Bornschein himself; the copyright date and publisher, or the date of the manuscript (n.d. if none is given); and the vocal setting (S.A.T.B. or whatever) or the combination of instruments specified. For instrumental and large-scale pieces the item is identified as being a score or parts. The number of parts in a set differs depending on the orchestration and on whether it is a set of master sheets for reproduction, in which there is only one copy of each part, or a set prepared for use in performance, with up to eight copies of each string part. If the item is an autograph manuscript or photocopy, this is noted. The number of pages of manuscript items is given except for the shorter vocal pieces, most of which are only a few pages long. Cross-references, if any, are given at the end of the entry.

 

 


 

 

Container List

 

Box 1

1. - 39. Printed

 

 

 

2

40. - 79. Printed

 

 

 

3

80. - 129. Printed

 

 

 

4

130. - 180. Printed

 

 

 

5

200. - 229. Printed

 

 

 

6

230. - 250. Printed

 

 

 

7

200. - 229.Ms.

 

 

 

8

230. - 279.Ms.

 

 

 

9

280. - 319.Ms.

 

 

 

10

320. - 343.Ms.

 

 

 

350.Ms.

 

 

 

x`360.Ms.

 

 

 

Unnumbered material

 

 

 

Information slips

 

 

 

Box 11

400. - 413.Ms.

 

 

 

12

414. - 421.Ms.

 

 

 

13

422. - 432.Ms.

 

 

 

436. - 438.Ms.

 

 

 

14

439. - 447.Ms.

 

 

 

15

448. - 451.Ms.

 

 

 

453., 454.Ms.

 

 

 

16

455. - 458.Ms.

 

 

 

459.B., 460.Ms.

 

 

 

17

461. - 470.Ms.

 

 

 

18

471. - 475.B.Ms.

 

 

 

19

476. - 479.Ms.

 

 

 

20

480., 481., 483.Ms.

 

 

 

485. - 487.Ms.

 

 

 

489.Ms.

 

 

 

Box 21

492. - 495.Ms.

 

 

 

500. - 504.Ms.

 

 

 

506., 508.Ms.

 

 

 

22

510. - 516.Ms.

 

 

 

23

518. - 520.Ms.

 

 

 

522. - 524.Ms.

 

 

 

526. - 528.Ms.

 

 

 

24

530. - 534.Ms.

 

 

 

536.Ms.

 

 

 

25

537., 538.Ms.

 

 

 

26

540., 541.Ms.

 

 

 

27

542. - 545.Ms.

 

 

 

547. - 549.Ms.

 

 

 

28

550.Ms.

 

 

 

552. - 555.Ms.

 

 

 

29

557. - 561.B.Ms.

 

 

 

563., 564.Ms.

 

 

 

Box 30

452.Ms.

 

 

 

31

459.A.Ms.

 

 

 

32

482.Ms.

 

 

 

484.Ms.

 

 

 

33

488.Ms.

 

 

 

34

490.Ms.

 

 

 

35

491.Ms.

 

 

 

36

496.Ms.

 

 

 

37

497.Ms.

 

 

 

38

505.Ms.

 

 

 

39

507.Ms.

 

 

 

40

517.Ms.

 

 

 

521.Ms.

 

 

 

Box 41

525.Ms.

 

 

 

535.Ms., Violin 1

 

 

 

42

535.Ms., Violin 2

 

 

 

43

546.Ms.

 

 

 

44

551.Ms.

 

 

 

45

556.A.Ms.

 

 

 

46

556.B.Ms.

 

 

 

47

562.Ms.

 

 

 

 

 

BOX 1

1. Printed

A wet sheet and a flowing sea. Words by Allan Cunningham. G. Schirmer, 1906. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

2. Printed

The Fairyland Bellman. Words by Margaret Ely Webb. Oliver Ditson Company, 1907. S.S.A.

 

 

 

3. Printed

For You Alone. Words by Frank L. Stanton. Arthur P. Schmidt, 1907. Solo

 

 

 

4. Printed

The Indian Serenade. Words by Percy Bysche [sic] Shelley. Clayton F. Summy Co., 1907. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

5. Printed

My `Long-Shore Lass (Comparison). Words by L.M. Montgomery. Arthur P. Schmidt, (Co.), 1907. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

6. Printed

Possessed. Words by Almon Hensley. Theo. Presser, 1907. Solo

 

 

 

7. Printed

Yester Year. Clayton F. Summy Co., 1907. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

8. Printed

Daisyland. Arthur P. Schmidt, 1908. S.S.A.A.

 

 

 

9. Printed

Fair Winds. Words by J. T. Fields. Oliver Ditson Company, 1908. T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

10. Printed

Little Bit of a Fellow. Words by Frank L. Stanton. Arthur P. Schmidt, 1908. Solo

 

 

 

11. Printed

To Wonder-Town. Arthur P. Schmidt, 1908. S.S.A.A.

 

 

 

12. Printed

The Ballad of the Lake. Words by Thomas Moore. Clayton F. Summy Co., 1909. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

13. Printed

The Butterfly Chase. Words by Ellis Gray. Oliver Ditson Company, 1910. S.A.

 

 

 

14. Printed

The Quaker. Words by Fred E. Weatherly. Stephen Adams, arranged by Franz C. Bornschein. Oliver Ditson Company, 1911. S.S.A.A.

 

 

 

15. Printed

The Elves. Words by Constance d'Arcy Mackay. G. Schirmer, 1912. S.S.A.

 

 

 

16. Printed

Colors of the Butterfly. Words by Nikon Waterman. Arthur P. Schmidt, 1913. S.S.A.

 

 

 

17. Printed

The Djinns. Words by Victor Hugo. Oliver Ditson Company, 1913. S.A.T.B. and B. Solo

 

 

 

18. Printed

The Greedy Bear. Anonymous. Arthur P. Schmidt, 1913. S.S.A.

 

 

 

19. Printed

In the Meadow. Words by Frank Dempster Sherman. Arthur P. Schmidt, 1913. S.S.A.

 

 

 

20. Printed

Cupid and Campaspe. Words by John Lyly. G. Schirmer, 1914. T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

21. Printed

Love's Horn Doth Blow. Words by Thomas Lovell Beddoes. G. Schirmer, 1914. S.S.A.

 

 

 

22. Printed

Love's Radiance. Words by Thomas Hood. G. Schirmer, 1914. T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

23. Printed

O Were My Love Yon Lilac Fair. Words by Robert Burns. G. Schirmer, 1914. T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

24. Printed

Zorah. (cantata) Words by Frederick H. Martens. Oliver Ditson Company, 1914. S.S.A.

 

(See 418.Ms. for orchestral acc.)

 

 

 

25. Printed

Onowa; A Legend of the Iroquois. (cantata) Words by Frederick H. Martens. Festival Publishing Company, 1916. S.A.T.B. and S. solo

 

 

 

26. Printed

The May-Pole of Merrymount. Words by Frederick H. Martens. Oliver Ditson Company, 1917. S.S.A.A.

 

 

 

27. Printed

The Vagabond Lover. Words by Alexander Brome. Oliver Ditson Company, 1917. T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

28. Printed

When Green Leaves Come Again (Fairy Hiding Place). Words by Thomas Haynes Bayly. Oliver Ditson Company, 1917. S.S.A.A.

 

 

 

29. Printed

The Wood-Nymph. Words by Barry Cornwall. Oliver Ditson Company, 1917. S.S.A.A.

 

(See 302.Ms.)

 

 

 

30. Printed

Arabesque. Words by Henry L. Mencken. Oliver Ditson Company, 1919. T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

31. Printed

Mother Goose's Goslings. (operetta) Words by Franz C. Bornschein. G. Schirmer, Inc., 1920.

 

(Compare 300.Ms., instrumental suite)

 

 

 

32. Printed

The Four Winds. Words by Chas. Luders. J. Fischer & Bro., 1921. three printings (?) T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

33. Printed

Jack O'Lantern. Words by S.H. Swett. J. Fischer & Bro., 1922. S.S.A.

 

 

 

34. Printed

Water Boy; Negro Convict Song. Avery Robinson, arranged by Franz Bornschein. Winthrop Rogers, Ltd., 1922; Boston Music Co., 1942. Unison

 

 

 

35. Printed

The Dying Decadent. Words by Louis Untermeyer. J. Fischer & Bro., 1923. S.S.A. and S., T. solos

 

 

 

36. Printed

The Sea. Words by James McLeod. J. Fischer & Bro., 1923. two printings (?) T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

37. Printed

Ships in Harbor. Words by Henry L. Mencken. J. Fischer & Bro., 1923. two printings (?) T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

38. Printed

Daybreak. Words by H.W. Longfellow. J. Fischer & Bro., 1924. S.S.A.

 

 

 

39. Printed

Invictus. Words by William Ernest Henley. C. C. Birchard & Company, 1924. T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

Box 2

40. Printed

A Marsh Myth. Words by E. Gerstell McCandlish. J. Fischer & Bro., 1924. S.S.A.

 

(See 302.Ms.)

 

 

 

41. Printed

The Next Market Day. Ulster melody transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1924. S.S.A.

 

 

 

42. Printed

A song of India (Chanson Indoue). English version by Franz C. Bornschein. N. Rimsky-Korsakoff, transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1924. S.S.A.

 

(See also 57., 58., 233. Printed)

 

 

 

43. Printed

The Bedouin Song. Words by Bayard Taylor. J. Fischer & Bro., 1925. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

44. Printed

Bid Love to Last. Words by Thomas Campbell. J. Fischer & Bro., 1925. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

45. Printed

The Moon was A-Waning. Words by James Hogg. J. Fischer & Bro., 1925. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

46. Printed

When Earth's Last Picture is Painted. Words by Rudyard Kipling. J. Fischer & Bro., 1925. T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

47. Printed

The Whistlin' Thief. Words by Samuel Lover. Oliver Ditson Company, 1925. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

48. Printed

The Word Made Flesh. (Christmas cantata) Words from the Scriptures and hymnology. C.C. Birchard & Company, 1925. two printings. S.A.T.B., children's chorus

 

 

 

49. Printed

Arethusa. Words by Percy Bysshe Shelley. J. Fischer & Bro., 1926. S.S.A. and S. solo

 

(See 203., 413.Ms.)

 

 

 

50. Printed

Dream Kiss. Words by Edmund Vance Cooke. Theodore Presser Co., 1926. Solo

 

(See 265.Ms.)

 

 

 

51. Printed

The Ladies of Saint James's. Words by Austin Dobson. J. Fischer & Bro., 1926. T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

52. Printed

The Lavendar Beds; A whimsy. Words by W.B. Rands. Theodore Presser Co., 1926. S.S.A.

 

(See 302.Ms.)

 

 

 

53. Printed

A Love Dream; Liebestraum. Words by Franz C. Bornschein. F. Liszt, transcribed by Franz C. Bornschien. J. Fischer & Bro., 1926. S.S.A.

 

(See also 236. Printed)

 

 

 

54. Printed

Nina. English version by Franz C. Bornschein. G. P. Pergolesi, transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1926. S.S.A.

 

(See also 236. Printed)

 

 

 

55. Printed

Nobody Knows the Trouble I See (Negro Spiritual). American Negro melody transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1926. S.S.A.

 

(See also 235. Printed)

 

 

 

56. Printed

Phantom Lovers. Words by Franz C. Bornschein. A. Dvorak, arranged by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1926. S.S.A.

 

(See also 236. Printed)

 

 

 

57. Printed

A Song of India (Chanson Indoue). English version by Franz C. Bornschein. N. Rimsky-Korsakoff, transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1926. S.A.

 

(See also 42., 58., 233. Printed)

 

 

 

58. Printed

A Song of India...[as above].... S.A.B.

 

(See 42., 57., 233. Printed)

 

 

 

59. Printed

Songs My Mother Taught Me (Als die alte Mutter Sang). English version by Franz C. Bornschein. Antonin Dvorak, arranged by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1926. S.S.A.

 

(See also 81., 82., 235. Printed)

 

 

 

60. Printed

The Tryst. Words by Hazel Knox. J. Fischer & Bro., 1926. S.S.A.

 

(See 202.Ms.)

 

 

 

61. Printed

The Birth of Pierrot. Words by Thomas Walsh. J. Fischer & Bro., 1927. S.S.A.

 

 

 

62. Printed

Donal O'Dreams. Words by Edna Valentine Trapnell. J. Fischer & Bro., 1927. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

63. Printed

Dreams (Träume). Words by Mathilde Wesendock. Richard Wagner, vocal transcription and English lyric by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1927. S.S.A.

 

 

 

64. Printed

Independence Bell. (children's cantata) Anonymous. J. Fischer & Bro., 1927. S.A.

 

(See 414., 415.Ms.)

 

 

 

65. Printed

Jack Stubbins. Words by Kenneth H. Ashley. J. Fischer & Bro., 1927. T.T.B.B.

 

(See 221.Ms. for solo setting)

 

 

 

66. Printed

King Nutcracker, (choral fantasy) Words by Franz C. Bornschein. Based on The Nutcracker Suite by P.I. Tchaikovsky, transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1927. S.S.A.

two items.

 

(See also 67., 68., 69., 106. - 111. Printed)

 

 

 

67. Printed

King Nutcracker...[as above].... J. Fischer & Bro., 1927, 1931. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

68. Printed

Dance of the Reed Flutes. Tchaikovsky-Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1927. S.S.A.

 

(See also 109. Printed)

 

 

 

69. Printed

Waltz of the Flowers. Tchaikovsky-Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1927, 1931. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

70. Printed

Creation Hymn. Words by Franz C. Bornschein. S. Rachmaninoff, transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1928. two printings (?) S.A.T.B.

 

(See also 71., 123. Printed)

 

 

 

71. Printed

Creation Hymn...[as above].... two printings (?) T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

72. Printed

Deep River; Negro Spiritual. Transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1928. S.S.A.

 

(See also 233. Printed)

 

 

 

73. Printed

The Devon Maid. Words by John Keats. J. Fischer & Bro., 1928. T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

74. Printed

The Dream-Castle. Words by Franz C. Bornschein. Moshe Paranov. J. Fischer & Bro., 1928. T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

75. Printed

The Isle of Sleep. Words by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1928. S.S.A.

 

 

 

76. Printed

Legend of Israel. Words by Louis Untermeyer. J. Fischer & Bro., 1928. S.S.A.

 

(See 271., 278.Ms.)

 

 

 

77. Printed

Mah Rose. Words and music by Lily Strickland, arranged by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1928. T.T.B.B.

 

(See also 83., 84., 104. Printed; 87., 88., 116. Printed)

 

 

 

78. Printed

Panis Angelicus. César Franck, transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1928. S.A.

 

(See also 79. Printed)

 

 

 

79. Printed

Panis Angelicus...[as above].... S.A.T.B. and S. solo

 

 

 

Box 3

80. Printed

The Scissors Grinder. Words by Carlyle McIntyre. C.C. Birchard & Company, 1928. T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

81. Printed

Songs My Mother Taught Me. English version by Franz C. Bornschein. Antonin Dvorak, arranged by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1928. S.A.B.

 

(See also 59., 82., 235. Printed)

 

 

 

82. Printed

Songs My Mother Taught Me (Als die alte Mutter Sang)...[as above].... T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

83. Printed

Dreamin' Time. Words by Michael de Longpré (Lily Strickland). Lily Strickland, arranged by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1929. S.A.

 

(See also 77., 84., 87., 88., 104., 116. Printed)

 

 

 

84. Printed

Dreamin' Time...[as above].... S.S.A.

 

 

 

85. Printed

Outward Bound. Words by Catharine Parmenter. H.T. FitzSimons [Co.], 1929. T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

86. Printed

Pirates. Words by Dorothy Foster Frown. J. Fischer & Bro., 1929. T.T.B.B.

 

(Note: This piece and at least five others were published in the Fischer series of part-songs for T.T.B.B. For four of these, 91., 93., 97., and 98. Printed this collection contains both an original score and the printed version. For Pirates there is only the printed copy; for Mo' Rain, Mo' Res' there is only a manuscript original [266. Ms.])

 

 

 

87. Printed

Southern Moon. Words by Lily Strickland. Lily Strickland, arranged by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1929. S.A.

 

(See also 77., 83., 84., 88., 104., 116. Printed)

 

 

 

88. Printed

Southern Moon...[as above].... S.S.A.

 

(See also 87., 116. Printed)

 

 

 

89. Printed

Twilight Memories. Words by Franz C. Bornschein. Edwin H. Lemare, arranged by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1929. S.A.

 

(See also 90. Printed)

 

 

 

90. Printed

Twilight Memories...[as above].... S.S.A.

 

 

 

91. Printed

The Two Wives (A New England Legend). Words by Daniel Henderson. J. Fischer & Bro., 1929. T.T.B.B.

 

(See 267. Ms.)

 

 

 

92. Printed

Behold, the Rock is Rolled Away. (Easter anthem) Oliver Ditson Company, 1930. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

93. Printed

Black Cat. Words by Nancy Byrd Turner. J. Fischer & Bro., 1930. T.T.B.B.

 

(See 272.Ms., 97. Printed [268.Ms.], 266.Ms. and note under 86. Printed)

 

 

 

94. Printed

Dawn. Words by Franz C. Bornschein. Gounod-Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1930. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

95. Printed

The Enchanted Island. Words by Luke Aylmer Conolly. J. Fischer & Bro., 1930. S.S.A.

 

(See 291.Ms.)

 

 

 

96. Printed

The Minute Man. (cantata) Words by Margaret Sidney. Oliver Ditson Company, 1930. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

97. Printed

Ol' Miss Polecat. Words by Nancy Byrd Turner. J. Fischer & Bro., 1930. T.T.B.B.

 

(See 268.Ms., also 266.Ms., 93. Printed [272.Ms.])

 

 

 

98. Printed

Rory O'More. Words by Samuel Lover. J. Fischer & Bro., 1930. T.T.B.B.

 

(See 270.Ms.)

 

 

 

99. Printed

The Singers. (cantata) Words by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. H.T. FitzSimons Co., 1930. S.S.A.

 

(See also 114. Printed)

 

 

 

100. Printed

A Song of Joy. Words by Henry Meade Bland. C.C. Birchard & Company, 1930. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

101. Printed

Tuscan Cypress. (choral cycle) Words by Mary F. Robinson, adapted by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1930. S.S.A.

 

(See also 102. Printed, 417.Ms.)

 

 

 

102. Printed

Tuscan Cypress...[as above].... S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

103. Printed

The Valiant. Words by Mary Elizabeth Stebbins. Oliver Ditson Company, 1930. T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

104. Printed

Dreamin' Time. Words by Michael de Longpré (Lily Strickland). Lily Strickland, arranged by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1931. T.T.B.B.

 

(See also 77., 83., 84., 87., 88., 116. Printed)

 

 

 

105. Printed

Homage To Washington. Words by Dorothy Rose. C. C. Birchard & Company, 1931. S.S.A.

 

 

 

----

King Nutcracker. (choral fantasy) 1931. S.A.T.B.

 

(See 66., 67., 69., 106.-111. Printed)

 

 

 

106. Printed

Arab Dance. Tchaikovsky-Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1931. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

107. Printed

Chinese Dance. Tchaikovsky-Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1931. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

108. Printed

Dance of the Candy Fairy, or Once a Dainty Candy Fairy. Tchaikovsky-Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1931. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

109. Printed

Dance of the Reed Flutes. Tchaikovsky-Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1931. S.A.T.B.

 

(See 68. Printed)

 

 

 

110. Printed

Far Over the Hills; March. Tchaikovsky-Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1931. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

111. Printed

Russian Dance Trepak. Tchaikovsky-Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1931. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

----

Waltz of the Flowers. 1931. S.A.T.B.

 

(See 69. Printed)

 

 

 

112. Printed

The Seasons; A Choral Ballet of the Months. Words by Franz C. Bornschein. Based on Valses Nobles by Franz Schubert, transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1931. S.S.A.

 

 

 

113. Printed

Sing to the Lord. Words by H.F. Lyte. F. Mendelssohn, arranged by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1931. S.A.

 

 

 

114. Printed

The Singers. (cantata) Words by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. H.T. FitzSimons Co., 1931. S.A.T.B.

 

(See also 99. Printed)

 

 

 

115. Printed

Song of the Steppes (Marche Slave). Words by Franz C. Bornschein. Tchaikovsky-Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1931. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

116. Printed

Southern Moon. Words by Lily Strickland. Lily Strickland, arranged by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1931. T.T.B.B.

 

(See also 77., 87., 88., 104. Printed)

 

 

 

117. Printed

A Christmas Folksong. Words by Lizette Reese. J. Fischer & Bro., 1932. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

118. Printed

Hail, Holy Babe. (Christmas cantata) Words by Franz C. Bornschein (?). C.C. Birchard & Company, 1932. S.A.T.B.

 

(See also A Christmas Pageant, 122. Printed)

 

 

 

119. Printed

The Spirit of Light. Words by Richard Watson Gilder. J. Fischer & Bro., 1932. S.S.A.

 

 

 

120. Printed

The Willow Plate; A Legend of the Chinese. (operetta) Words by Dorothy Rose. C.C. Birchard & Company, 1932.

two printings

 

 

 

121. Printed

Oh Light! Gracious Glow! Words by Franz C. Bornschein. Edvard Grieg, transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1933. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

122. Printed

A Christmas Pageant. Dramatization of Hail, Holy Babe, a cantata by Franz C. Bornschein. Compiled by The Reverend Don, Frank Fenn, D.D. C.C. Birchard & Co., 1934.

 

(See 118. Printed)

 

 

 

123. Printed

Creation Hymn. Words by Franz C. Bornschein. S. Rachmaninoff, transcribed by Fraz C. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1934. S.S.A.

 

(See also 70., 71. Printed)

 

 

 

124. Printed

Sunset. Words by Franz C. Bornschein. M. Witmark & Sons, 1934. S.S.A.

 

 

 

125. Printed

Down In 01' Virginia. Words by Frank Fairfield [pseud.]. J. Fischer & Bro., 1935. S.A.T.B.

 

(See also 130. Printed)

 

 

 

126. Printed

Rapturous Youth. Words by Frank Fairfield [pseud.]. J. Fischer & Bro., 1935. S.A.T.B.

 

(See also 134. Printed)

 

 

 

127. Printed

Babe of Bethlehem (Puer Natus in Bethlehem). Words from a 14th century Latin manuscript. Carl Fischer, Inc., 1936. Solo.

 

(See also 128. Printed)

 

 

 

128. Printed

Babe of Bethlehem...[as above]..... S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

129. Printed

Bethlehem rejoices! Words by St. John of Damascus. G. Schirmer, Inc., 1936. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

BOX 4

130. Printed

Down in 01' Virginia. Words by Frank Fairfield [pseud.]. J. Fischer & Bro., 1936. S.A.

 

(See also 125. Printed)

 

 

 

131. Printed

Freedman's Song. Words by Gough D. McDaniels. J. Fischer & Bro., 1936. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

132. Printed

In Transit. Words by Clyde Aitchison. M. Witmark & Sons, 1936. T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

133. Printed

Pirate Don Durk of Dowdee. Words by Mildred Plew Merryman. J. Fischer & Bro., 1936. T.T.B.B.

 

(See 269.Ms.)

 

 

 

134. Printed

Rapturous Youth. Words by Frank Fairfield [pseud.]. J. Fischer & Bro., 1936. S.A.

 

(See also 126. Printed)

 

 

 

135. Printed

The Sea. (choral cycle) 1. The Sea Has a Voice. 2. My Sea-Isle Home. 3. Lost Galleons. 4. The Sea I Must Fare. Words by W.E. Dimorier. Carl Fischer, Inc., 1937. T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

136. Printed

The Snowflake. Words by Mary Mapes Dodge. The Boston Music Co., 1937. S.S.A.

 

 

 

137. Printed

God of Might. Words by Athenogenes. The H.W. Gray Co., Inc., 1938. S.S.A.A.T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

138. Printed

May Wreath. Words by Charlotte Smith. Theodore Presser Co., 1938. S.A.

 

 

 

139. Printed

Nature's Gifts (Invocation). Words by Jones Very. The B.F. Wood Music Co., 1938. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

140. Printed

Sea Rest. Words by E. Leslie Spaulding. Oliver Ditson Company, 1938. T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

141. Printed

Solitude. Words by Franz C. Bornschein (?). Theodore Presser Co., 1938. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

142. Printed

Star Spray. Words by Amelia C. Welby. Theodore Presser Co., 1938. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

143. Printed

Don cap-and-bells. Words by Sophie Himmell. G. Schirmer, Inc., 1939. S.S.A.

 

 

 

144. Printed

Echo Song. English version by F. Bornschein. Orlando di Lasso. J. Fischer & Bro., 1939. Double chorus

 

 

 

145. Printed

Gentle Annie. Stephen C. Foster, arranged by Franz Bornschein. Carl Fischer, Inc., 1939. Unison with descant

 

 

 

146. Printed

Hay fo' de Hosses. Words by Dorothy Rose. C.C. Birchard & Company, 1939. two printings (?) T.T.B.B.

 

(See also 163. Printed)

 

 

 

147. Printed

Jeanie With The Light Brown Hair. Stephen C. Foster, arranged by Franz Bornschein. Carl Fischer, Inc., 1939. Unison with descant

 

 

 

148. Printed

The Time of Roses. Words by Thomas Hood. The B.F. Wood Music Co., 1939. S.S.A.

 

(See 262.Ms. for solo setting)

 

 

 

149. Printed

We Thank Thee! (Song of Grace). Words by Ralph Waldo Emerson. The Boston Music Co., 1939. S.S.A.

 

(See also 150. Printed)

 

 

 

150. Printed

We Thank Thee!...[as above].... S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

151. Printed

A Child's Wish Before an Altar. Words by Abram Joseph Ryan. J. Fischer & Bro., 1940. S.S.A.

 

(See 259.Ms.)

 

 

 

152. Printed

Come, ye disconsolate. Words by Thomas Moore. The B.F. Wood Music Co., 1940. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

153. Printed

Golgotha; A Crucifixion Legend. Words by James Randall. The Boston Music Co., 1940. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

154. Printed

I'll Stroll No More; Non Je N'irai Plus au Bois. English version by Franz Bornschein. Eighteenth century bergerette transcribed by Franz Bornschein. Hall & McCreary Company, 1940. S.S.A.

 

(See 430.Ms. [10.], and 157., 158., 160., 164. Printed for others in the same series)

 

 

 

155. Printed

May God Be Praised. Words by Martin Luther, translated by Richard Massie. Carl Fischer, Inc., 1940. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

156. Printed

Saviour Divine; Sacred Song. Words by Ray Palmer. Oliver Ditson Company, 1940. Solo

 

 

 

157. Printed

The Shepherdess; Bergère Légère. English version by Franz Bornschein. Eighteenth century bergerette transcribed by Franz Bornschein. Hall & McCreary Company, 1940. S.S.A.

 

(See 430.Ms. [7.], and 154.Printed for others in the same series)

 

 

 

158. Printed

Softly the Echo Ringing; O Ma Tendre Musette. English version by Franz Bornschein. Eighteenth century bergerette transcribed by Franz Bornschein. Hall & McCreary Company, 1940. S.S.A.

 

(See 430.Ms. [4.])

 

 

 

159. Printed

Thou Comforter (Jam meta noctis transit). Words by Hilary of Poitiers, English version by John Brownlie. Carl Fischer, Inc., 1940. S.A.T.B.

 

(See 222.Ms.)

 

 

 

160. Printed

Time Passes Lightly; Jeunes Fillettes. English version by Franz Bornschein. Eighteenth century bergerette transcribed by Franz Bornschein. Hall & McCreary Company, 1940. S.S.A.

 

(See 430.Ms. [8.])

 

 

 

161. Printed

To Bethlehem Hasten. Early Latin text translated by Edward Caswell. White-Smith Music Publishing Co., 1940. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

162. Printed

Give us Thy peace. Latin text translated by Rev. J. Brownlie. The B.F. Wood Music Co., 1941. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

163. Printed

Hay fo' de Hosses. Words by Dorothy Rose. C.C. Birchard & Company, 1941. S.S.A.

 

(See also 146. Printed)

 

 

 

164. Printed

Lisette. English version by Franz Bornschein. Eighteenth century bergerette arranged by Franz Bornschein. Hall & McCreary Company, 1941. S.S.A.

 

(See 430.Ms. [11.])

 

 

 

165. Printed

Saint Patrick's Birthday. Words by Samuel Lover. Galaxy Music Corporation, 1941. T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

166. Printed

See the King of Kings Transcendant. Words by Hugo Norden. Edwin H. Morris & Company, Inc., 1941, 1942. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

167. Printed

Thy Way, Not Mine. Words by H. Bonar. Thou Leadest Me. Words by F. Bornschein. G. Bizet, arranged by F. Bornschein. J. Fischer & Bro., 1941. S.S.A.

 

 

 

168. Printed

In Assisi. Words by David Morton. M. Witmark & Sons, 1942. S.S.A.

 

 

 

----

See the King of Kings Transcendant. 1942. S.A.T.B.

 

(See 166. Printed)

 

 

 

----

Water Boy; Negro Convict Song. 1942. Unison.

 

(See 34. Printed)

 

 

 

169. Printed

With Palms Adore Him. Words by Franz Bornschein. Oliver Ditson Company, 1944. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

170. Printed

God Be Merciful Unto Us. Words from Psalm 67. Hall & McCreary Company, 1945. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

171. Printed

Let There Be Light. Words by Samuel Longfellow. Hall & McCreary Company, 1945. S.A.T.B.

 

(See 209. Ms. for solo setting)

 

 

 

172. Printed

The Tide Rises. Words by H.W. Longfellow. C.C. Birchard & Company, 1946. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

173. Printed

Day. Words by Sigbjörn Obstfelder. R.D. Row Music Co., 1947. S.S.A. and S., A. solos

 

(See 201.Ms.)

 

 

 

174. Printed

Miniver Cheevy. Words by Edwin Arlington Robinson. R.D. Row Music Co., 1947. T.T.B.B.

 

 

 

175. Printed

Peace. Words by Frederic Manley. C.C. Birchard & Company, 1947. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

176. Printed

Thy Temple Lord. Words from Psalm 48: 9-14. Hall & McCreary Company, 1947. S.A.T.B.

 

 

 

177. Printed

The Lord Shall Reign. Words from Exodus 15. R.D. Row Music Co., 1948. S.A.T.B. and S.A.T.B. solos.

 

(Compare 299.Ms.)

 

 

 

178. Printed

Thou Art My God. Words from Isaiah 25: 1, 4, 9. Carl Fischer, Inc., 1948. S.A.T.B.

 

(See 232.Ms.)

 

 

 

179. Printed

Six French Folksongs. 1. The Little Boats. 2. The King of Yvetot. 3. The Handsome Drummer. 4. Good King Dagobert. 5. Delicious Snuff. 6. Cadet Rousselle. The Boston Music Co., 1951. S.S.A. and elementary string orchestra. score and string parts.

 

(See 180. Printed, 427.-429.Ms.)

 

 

 

180. Printed

[Six French Folksongs]...[as above].... S.S.A. chorus parts

 

 

 

BOX 5

200.-204. Printed form a set,

Compositions for Violin with Piano Accompaniment. G. Schirmer, 1905.

 

 

 

200. Printed

Concerto in g minor. score (with markings), violin part.

 

(Compare 405.Ms.)

 

 

 

201. Printed

Incantation (Beschwörung). score, violin part

 

 

 

202. Printed

Rěverie Tristesse. score, violin part (with markings)

 

 

 

203. Printed

Zigeuner-Liebe und Leben (Gipsy Love and Life) (Rapsodie Zingane). two sets (with markings) of score, violin part

 

 

 

204. Printed

Mood Impressions (Gemüthsstimmungen). score, violin part

 

 

 

205. Printed

In a Sylvan Vale. Arthur P. Schmidt, 1907. Piano

 

 

 

206. Printed

In Fair Castile. Theo. Presser, 1907. Piano

 

 

 

207. Printed

Reflection; Andante Cantabile. Carl Fischer, 1909. Violin and piano. score, violin part

 

 

 

208. Printed

Flower Ballet. J. Casper Sauer, 1910. Piano.

 

(See 425.Ms. for orchestral setting)

 

 

 

209.-211. Printed form a set,

Three Concert Solos for Violin & Piano. Carl Fischer, 1910.

 

 

 

209. Printed

Serenade-Caprice. score, violin part

 

 

 

210. Printed

The Dream Hour. score, violin part.

 

(The copy in the collection was actually printed in a different series, Selected Violin Solos within the First Position, Series I, but it is reasonably certain that it is the same piece. See 226. Printed)

 

 

 

211. Printed

Caprice Excentrique. score, violin part

 

 

 

212. Printed

Love's Torment (Liebesschmerz). Carl Fischer, 1911. Violin and piano. score, violin part (with markings)

 

 

 

213. Printed

Gavotte. François-Joseph Gossec, arranged by Franz C. Bornschein. Compositions for Violin and Piano, Fourth Series. Oliver Ditson Company, 1912. score, violin part.

 

(214., 215., and 225. Printed are from the same series. Bornschein edited [transcribed?] others in this series which are not represented in this collection.)

 

 

 

214. Printed

German Dance (Deutscher Tanz). Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf, arranged by Franz C. Bornschein. Compositions for Violin and Piano, Fourth Series. Oliver Ditson Company, 1912. score, violin part

 

 

 

215. Printed

Minuet. Ludwig van Beethoven, arranged by Franz C. Bornschein. Compositions for Violin and Piano. Oliver Ditson Company, 1912. score, violin part

 

 

 

216. Printed

Scale Studies for the Violin (Tonleiter Studien). Henry Schradieck, extended and edited by Franz C. Bornschein. Oliver Ditson Company, 1913. volume, pp. vii, 36.

 

 

 

217.-220. Printed are part of a set,

Six Elementary Pieces for the Young Violinist. (with piano accompaniment) G. Schirmer, 1913.

 

(The set is incomplete.)

 

 

 

217. Printed

The Little Volunteers. Poem by L.W.T. different printing from 218.-220. Printed. score, violin part

 

 

 

218. Printed

Morning Welcome. Poem by Matthias Barr. score, violin part

 

 

 

219. Printed

Going for Violets. Poem by Emily Carter. score, violin part

 

 

 

220. Printed

The Song of the Ducks. Poem by Emily Carter. score, violin part

 

 

 

221. Printed

La Belle Coquette. G. Schirmer, 1914. Violin, with piano accompaniment. score, violin part

 

 

 

222.-224. Printed form a set,

Three Poetic Fancies, Nos. 1-3. Carl Fischer, 1914. Violin and piano

 

 

222. Printed

1. River Legend. two printings (?) two sets of score, violin part; one score marked

 

 

 

223. Printed

2. Roses of Yesterday; Aria on the G String. two printings. two sets of score, violin part

 

 

 

224. Printed

3. Amourette (Frauen-Laune); Valse Caprice. three sets of score, violin part: originals (marked), negative photocopies (marked), positive photocopies (marked)

 

 

 

 

225. Printed

Song of the Volga Boatmen. Russian melody transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein. Compositions for Violin and Piano, Fourth Series. Oliver Ditson Company, 1914. score, violin part.

 

(in same series as 213., 214., 215. Printed)

 

 

 

226. Printed

Sunset Fancies. 1. At the Lily Pond. 2. Sweet Content. 3. Summer Longings. 4. The Mirthful Shepherd (Danse Rustique). Violin with piano accompaniment. scores, violin parts.

 

(Some or all of these pieces were printed more than once or in different series.)

 

 

 

227. Printed

Easy Classics for Ensemble Players: Eight Transcriptions for Three Violins and Pianoforte, with optional Viola and Violoncello. [varying composers, transcribed by] Franz C. Bornschein. The Boston Music Co., 1916. score, violin parts

 

 

 

228. Printed

First Steps in Ensemble Playing: Five Poetic Melodies Illustrating Attractive Poems. Carl Fischer, 1916. Four violins and piano, optional viola and cello. piano score, parts

 

 

 

229. Printed

Interpretation Studies: For the Pianoforte. For the Junior Grades. Theo. Presser Co., 1918.

three printings

 

 

 

BOX 6

230. Printed

First Lessons on the Violoncello. Oliver Ditson Company, 1920. volume, pp. vii, 83

 

 

 

231. Printed

School of Violin Technic (Schule der Violi[UNK]ntechnik). Book I. First Position. Ottokar [UNK]Sev[UNK]cik, edited by Franz C. Bornschein. Oliver Ditson Company, 1923. volume, pp. 44

 

 

 

232. Printed

School of Violin Technic (Schule der Violintechnik). Book IV. Double Stopping Left Hand, Pizzicato and Harmonics. Ottokar [UNK]Sev[UNK]cik, edited by Franz C. Bornschein. Oliver Ditson Company, 1923. volume, pp. 44

 

 

 

233. Printed

Ensemble Training; A Series of Transcriptions.

 

[Set One]

1. Deep River (See also 72. Printed)

2. Menuet

3. A Song of India (See also 42., 57., 58. Printed)

Transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein.

J. Fischer & Bro., 1924. Three violins and piano.

score with piano part (24 pp.), violin score (12 pp.)

(See also 235., 236. Printed)

 

 

 

234. Printed

The Dancer (Air de Ballet). Theodore Presser Co., 1926. Violin and piano. score, violin part

 

 

 

235. Printed

Ensemble Training; A Series of Transcriptions for Three Violins with Piano

 

Set Two

1. Nobody Knows the Trouble I See (See 55. Printed)

2. The Songs my Mother Taught Me (See also 59., 81., 82. Printed)

3. Feuillet d'Album (Albumleaf)

Transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein.

J. Fischer & Bro., 1926. score (11 pp.), violin parts.

(See also 233., 236. Printed)

 

 

 

236. Printed

Ensemble Training; A Series of Transcriptions for Three Violins with Piano

 

Set Three

1. Indian Canzonetta (Phantom Lovers) (See also 56. Printed)

2. Nina (Siciliana) (See also 54. Printed)

3. A Love Dream (Liebestraum) (See also 53. Printed)

Transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein.

J. Fischer & Bro., 1926. score (26 pp.), violin parts.

(See also 233., 235. Printed)

 

 

 

237. Printed

The First Ensemble; Twelve Characteristic Pieces. G. Schirmer, Inc., 1926. One or more violins (up to four) and piano. score, pp. vii, 14.

 

(Note: eight of these pieces, in an orchestral arrangement, form 241. Printed)

 

 

 

238. Printed

Day Dreams. The Boston Music Co., 1927. Piano

 

 

 

239. Printed

The French Clock. Theodore Presser Co., 1927. Piano

 

 

 

240. Printed

Pantomime; Capriccietto. University Society, Inc., 1928. Violin and piano. score, violin part

 

 

 

241. Printed

Short Stories. (suite of eight short pieces) Franz C. Bornschein, arranged by Tom Clark. Schirmer's Elementary [Orchestra] Series, No. 2. G. Schirmer, Inc., 1929. Orchestra.

16 parts.

 

(Note: All these pieces appear, in an ensemble arrangement, in 237. Printed)

 

 

 

242. Printed

Two Pieces for String Orchestra. 1. Romance. 2. Mazurka. Reinhold Glière, arranged by Franz C. Bornschein. The Philharmonic Orchestra Series, No. 40. Oliver Ditson Company, 1929.

six parts

 

 

 

243. Printed

Morning Gladness; Melody. The Boston Music Co., 1930. Violin and piano. score, violin part

 

 

 

244. Printed

Spring Fancies Suite. Franz C. Bornschein, arranged by Tom Clark. Schirmer's Elementary Orchestra Series, No. 10. G. Schirmer (Inc.), 1932. Orchestra. score and ten parts (incomplete set)

 

 

 

245. Printed

Prankish Pan. M. Witmark & Sons, 1933. Flute and string quartet (or piano). score, parts.

 

(Compare 320.Ms.)

 

 

 

246. Printed

Firelight Shadows; Valse Sentimentale. Theodore Presser Co., 1940. Piano.

 

(Compare 318.Ms.)

 

 

 

247. Printed

Smoky Hollow Tune. McKinley Publishers, Inc., 1946. Piano

 

 

 

248. Printed

Corn-tassel Dance. McKinley Publishers Inc., 1947. Piano

 

 

 

249. Printed

Arcadian Suite, Part I. 1. Dance of the South Wind. 2. Silver Birches. The Philharmonic Orchestra Series, No. 44. Oliver Ditson Company,??. Orchestra (?) or wind ensemble. 18 parts (no string parts)

 

(See also 250. Printed)

 

 

 

250. Printed

Arcadian Suite, Part II. 3. June Moon. 4. Candlelight Dance....[as above]....

24 parts

 

 

 

BOX 7

200.Ms.

In an Oldfashioned Garden. n.d. High voice and piano. two items: negative photocopy and positive photocopy of autograph ms.

 

 

 

201.Ms.

Day. Words by Sigbjörn Obstfelder. n.d. [copyright 1947] S.S.A., S. and A. solos, piano. six items: scores and parts, some originals, some photocopies.

 

(See 173. Printed)

 

 

 

202.Ms.

The Tryst. Words by Hazel Knox. 1926. S.S.A. and piano. original ms.

 

(See 60. Printed)

 

 

 

203.Ms.

Arethusa. Words by Percy Bysshe Shelley. [copyright 1926] S.S.A., S. solo and piano.

autograph ms., 29 pp.

 

(See 413.Ms., 49. Printed)

 

 

 

204.Ms.

The Lament of the Holly. Words by Warren Wilmer Brown. 1925? Dramatic reading with piano. original ms.

 

 

 

205.Ms.

God Give You Peace (Benediction). (alternate title is God Give You Joy) Words by Irene Stanley. n.d. Voice and piano. four versions (five items): original mss. in ink and pencil

 

 

 

206.Ms.

Lone Dog. Words by Irene R. McLeod. n.d. Boys' voices and piano. original ms.

 

 

 

207.Ms.

The Mesa Trail. Words by Arthur Owen Peterson. Lord Calvert. n.d. High voice. original ms., includes fragment of another, unidentified song

 

 

 

208.Ms.

My Other Me. Words by Grace Litchfield. 1927. High voice. original ms.

 

 

 

209.Ms.

Let There Be Light! Words by Samuel Longfellow. n.d. High voice. original ms.

 

(See 171. Printed for S.A.T.B. setting)

 

 

 

210.Ms.

Sweet Nora Magee (An Irish Beauty). Words by Ellen Forrester. n.d. High voice. original ms.

 

(See also 211., 246., 212., 247.Ms.)

 

 

 

211.Ms.

Aileen O'Lea [Nora Magee]. Words by Franz Bornschein. n.d. Male voice. original ms.

 

(See also 210., 212., 246., 247.Ms.)

 

 

 

212.Ms.

A Bachelor's Romance (A Confession). n.d. Baritone. original ms.

 

(See 247.Ms. for T.T.B.B. Setting)

 

 

 

213.Ms.

Untitled. Two sets of words, one by Richard Watson Gilder, the other beginning I see your face in dreams.... High voice. original ms.

 

 

 

214.Ms.

Private McNair, a U.S.O. Caution. Words by Frank Fairfield [pseud.]. n.d. S.A.T.B. original ms.

 

(See also 215.Ms.)

 

 

 

215.Ms.

Private McNair, a U.S.O. Caution. Words by Frank Fairfield [pseud.]. n.d. High voice? original ms.

 

 

 

216.Ms.

The Cowboy's Life. Words attributed to James Barton Adams. [1935?] Boys' voices. autograph ms.

 

 

 

217.Ms.

Contentment. Words by Rose d'Amore Mason. n.d. High voice? autograph ms.

 

 

 

218.Ms.

In Excelsis Gloria. Words from Harleian M.S. n.d. Solo. autograph ms.

 

(See also 226., 238.Ms.)

 

 

 

219.Ms.

Rose Song. Words by Robert Loveman. 1934. T. or B. solo.

two versions (three items): autograph mss.

 

(See also 282.Ms. section II)

 

 

 

220.Ms.

Turn-up-her-nose. n.d. autograph ms.

 

 

 

221.Ms.

Jack Stubbins. Words by Kenneth H. Ashley. n.d. High voice and piano. negative photocopy of autograph ms.

 

(See also 65. Printed for T.T.B.B. setting)

 

 

 

222.Ms.

Thou Comforter (Jam Meta Noctis Transit). Words by Hilary of Poitiers. [copyright 1940] S.A.T.B. negative photocopy of autograph ms.

 

(See 159. Printed)

 

 

 

223.Ms.

Allegiance. (alternate title is Defense) Words by Franz Bornschein (?) n.d.

nine versions: autograph mss.

 

 

 

224.Ms.

Sonnet. Words by Mary Ashley Townsend. n.d. S.A.T.B. four items: original ms., postive photocopies

 

 

 

225.Ms.

Song of Life. Words by Lizette Woodworth Reese. n.d. S.A. and piano. autograph ms.

 

 

 

226.Ms.

In Excelsis Gloria! (Christmas carol) Words from Harleian Ms. [1940] S.A.T.B.

two versions: autograph mss.

 

(See also 218., 238.Ms.)

 

 

 

227.Ms.

The Rose Has Kissed the Dawning. (Christmas carol) Words from an old English text, second verse by Franz Bornschein. n.d. S.S.A. autograph ms.

 

 

 

228.Ms.

Be Merry. (No. 3 of Three Carols -- new settings of Old English Texts) [1940?] Solo or unison. autograph ms.

 

(See also 240., 244.Ms.)

 

 

 

229.Ms.

Turn Ye to Me. Words by John Wilson (Christopher North). Scotch melody transcribed by Franz Bornschein. n.d. S.S.A.

two versions: autograph mss.

 

 

 

BOX 8

230.Ms.

How Far is it to Bethlehem. Words by Frances Chesterton. n.d. S.A.T.B. and piano or organ. autograph ms.

 

 

 

231.Ms.

Vexation; A Feminine Foible. (alternate title is A Hayfever Fable) Words by Frank Fairfield [pseud.]. n.d. S.S.A. and piano. autograph ms.

 

(See 400., 401.Ms.)

 

 

 

232.Ms.

Thou Art My God. Words from Isaiah 25. [copyright 1948] S.A.T.B. autograph ms.

 

(See 178. Printed)

 

 

 

233.Ms.

Our Worship, Lo! (carol) Words from Latin text by St. Anatolius. n.d. [published by R.D. Row] S.S.A. and piano. autograph ms.

 

(See 261.Ms. for S.A.T.B. setting)

 

 

 

234.Ms.

Harvest Song (Harvest Thanksgiving). Words by J. Greenleaf Whittier. [1947?] S.S.A. and piano. autograph ms.

 

 

 

235.Ms.

At Dusk. (alternate title is Woodland at Dusk) Words by Harry Elmore Hurd. n.d. S.S.A. and piano. autograph ms.

 

 

 

236.Ms.

The Lord is my Light. (anthem) Words by Oliver Wendell Holmes. n.d. S.A.T.B. autograph ms.

 

 

 

237.Ms.

Our Master. (anthem) (alternate title is Shine Out, O Light) Words by John Greenleaf Whittier. n.d. S.A.T.B., S. solo. autograph ms.

 

 

 

238.Ms.

In Excelsis Gloria! (carol) Words from Harleian Mss. n.d. S.S.A. autograph ms.

 

(See also 218., 226.Ms.)

 

 

 

239.Ms.

Son of God, Immortal Love. (anthem) Words by Alfred Tennyson. 1941. S.A.T.B. autograph ms.

 

(See 245.Ms. for S.S.A. setting)

 

 

 

240.Ms.

His Star Shineth Clear. (No. 2 of Three Carols -- new settings of Old English Texts) 1940. Solo or unison. autograph ms.

 

(See also 228., 244.Ms.)

 

 

 

241.Ms.

The Thanksgiving Pie. Words by Frank Fairfield [pseud.]. n.d. S.A.T.B. and piano. autograph ms.

 

(See 250.Ms. for T.T.B.B. setting)

 

 

 

242.Ms.

Christ, the Light. (alternate title is Seek the Light) (anthem) Words by Franz Bornschein. n.d. S.A.T.B.

two versions (three items): autograph mss.

 

 

 

243.Ms.

I am Alpha and Omega. (anthem) Words from Revelation 19-22. Lord Calvert. n.d. S.A.T.B., T. solo. autograph ms.

 

 

 

244.Ms.

Christmas Greeting. (No. 1 of Three Carols -- new settings of Old English Texts) 1940. Solo or unison. autograph ms.

 

(See also 228., 240.Ms.

 

 

 

245.Ms.

Son of God, Immortal Love. (anthem) Words by Alfred Tennyson. 1941. S.S.A. autograph ms.

 

(See 239.Ms. for S.A.T.B. setting)

 

 

 

246.Ms.

Aileen O'Lea (Nora Magee). Words by Franz Bornschein. n.d. T.T.B.B. autograph ms.

 

(See also 210., 211., 212., 247.Ms.)

 

 

 

247.Ms.

A Bachelor's Romance (Confession), n.d. T.T.B.B. autograph ms., apparently incomplete.

 

(See 212.Ms. for solo setting)

 

 

 

248.Ms.

Halloween Night (Night of Pranks). Words by Frank Fairfield [pseud.]. n.d. S.S. autograph ms.

 

(See 298.Ms. for revised (?) S.S.A. setting)

 

 

 

249.Ms.

Go `Way Spooks!; Plantation Song. (alternate title is Spooks) Words by Frank Fairfield [pseud.]. n.d. T.T.B.B.

three versions: autograph mss.

 

 

 

250.Ms.

Thanksgiving Pie; Down East Tale. Words by Frank Fairfield [pseud.]. n.d. T.T.B.B. and piano. autograph ms.

 

(See 241.Ms. for S.A.T.B. setting)

 

 

 

251.Ms.

Wishing; A wistful whimsy. Words by Frank Fairfield [pseud.]. n.d. S.S.A. and piano. autograph ms.

 

 

 

252.Ms.

My Nannie O! Words by Allan Cunningham. [early? Version in D Major was found in envelope marked Earliest Compositions] T.T.B.B.

two versions: autograph mss.

 

 

 

253.Ms.

Voodoo Signs. Words by Franz Bornschein (?) [pre-1939?] T.T.B.B. autograph ms.

 

 

 

254.Ms.

The Music Box. Words by Rebecca B. Kates. n.d. S.S.A. and piano. autograph ms.

 

 

 

255.Ms.

A Forgotton Story. Words by Robert Hillyer. n.d. S.A.T.B. autograph ms.

 

 

 

256.Ms.

The Proposal. Anonymous. n.d. T.T.B.B. autograph ms.

 

 

 

257.Ms.

Hame. Words from an old Scotch poem; James Hogg (?) (attributed to Allan Cunningham). n.d. T.T.B.B. autograph ms.

 

 

 

258.Ms.

The Wonder Hour. Words by Clinton Scollard. 1916? High voice. autograph ms.

 

 

 

259.Ms.

A Child's Wish Before an Altar. Words by Abram Joseph Ryan. 1940. S.S.A. autograph ms.

 

(See 151. Printed)

 

 

 

260.Ms.

Law and Peace. Words by James P. McGovern. n.d. High voice. autograph ms.

 

 

 

261.Ms.

Our Worship, Lo! (anthem) Words by St. Anatolius, translated by J. Brownlie. n.d. S.A.T.B., S. solo. autograph ms.

 

(See 233.Ms. for S.S.A. setting)

 

 

 

262.Ms.

The Time of Roses. (ballad) Words by Thomas Hood. n.d. Soprano. two versions (three items): autograph ms., negative and positive photocopies.

 

(See 148. Printed for S.S.A. setting)

 

 

 

263.Ms.

If you become a nun, dear. Words by Leigh Hunt. n.d. T.T.B.B. autograph ms.

 

 

 

264.Ms.

Im Vorfrühling. Words by Frieda Schanz, translated by Franz C. Bornschein. [early? Version 1. was found in envelope marked Earliest Compositions] T.T.B.B.

two versions: autograph mss.

 

(See also 276., 288., 296.Ms.)

 

 

 

265.Ms.

Dream Kiss. Words by Edmund Vance Cooke. [1920?] High voice. autograph ms.

 

(See 50. Printed)

 

 

 

266.Ms.

Mo' Rain, Mo' Res'. (No. 2 of?) Words by Nancy Byrd Turner. 1930. T.T.B.B. autograph ms.

 

(In same group of songs as 93. Printed [272.Ms.], 97. Printed [268.Ms.])

 

 

 

267.Ms.

The Two Wives (A New England Legend). Words by Daniel Henderson. 1929. T.T.B.B. and piano. autograph ms.

 

(See 91. Printed)

 

 

 

268.Ms.

Ol' Miss Polecat. (No. 1 of?) Words by Nancy Byrd Turner. 1930. T.T.B.B. autograph ms.

 

(See 97. Printed, also 93. Printed [272.Ms.] and 266.Ms.)

 

 

 

269.Ms.

Pirate Don Durk of Dowdee. Words by Mildred Plew Merryman. [copyright 1936] T.T.B.B. and piano. autograph ms.

 

(See 133. Printed)

 

 

 

270.Ms.

Rory O'More. Words by Samuel Lover. 1930. T.T.B.B. and piano. autograph ms.

 

(See 98. Printed)

 

 

 

271.Ms.

Legend of Israel. Words by Louis Untermeyer. [copyright 1928] S.S.A. and piano. autograph ms.

 

(See 76. Printed, 278.Ms.)

 

 

 

272.Ms.

Black Cat. (No. 3 of?) Words by Nancy Byrd Turner. 1930. T.T.B.B. autograph ms.

 

(See 93. Printed, also 97. Printed [268.Ms.] and 266.Ms.)

 

 

 

273.Ms.

The Violet. Words by Henry L. Mencken. n.d. High voice. autograph ms.

 

 

 

274.Ms.

The Lamb. Words by William Blake. 1927. High voice. autograph ms.

 

 

 

275.Ms.

Love flits by. Words by Hazel Knox. n.d. (published?) High voice. two versions (three items): autograph ms., negative and positive photocopies

 

 

 

276.Ms.

Einsamkeit. Words by Nikolaus Lenan, translated by Elizabeth Bearding (?). 1910? T.T.B.B. original ms.

 

(See also 264., 288., 296.Ms.)

 

 

 

277.Ms.

Robin Redbreast. (alternate title is The Robin) n.d. High voice. two items: negative and positive photocopies of autograph ms.

 

 

 

278.Ms.

Jewish Folksong; Legend of Israel. Words by Louis Untermeyer. n.d. High voice. two items: negative and positive photocopies of autograph ms.

 

(See also 271.Ms., 76. Printed)

 

 

 

279.Ms.

[The Woman]. [Words by Robert Loveman] n.d. High voice and piano.

 

(Compare 282.Ms. section I)

 

Items 279.-289.Ms. were all found in an envelope marked Earliest Compositions.

 

 

 

BOX 9

280.Ms.

The Wants of Man. Words by John Quincy Adams. n.d. T.T.B.B. autograph ms.

 

 

 

281.Ms.

Sea Dirge. n.d. Baritone and piano.

two copies, autograph mss.

 

 

 

282.Ms.

(Love's Yearnings). (song cycle?) I. The Woman. II. Rose Song. III. A Prayer. IV. The Dream is O'er. Words by Robert Loveman. n.d. High voice and piano. autograph mss.

 

(See also 279., 219.Ms.)

 

 

 

283.Ms.

Requiescat. Words by Frances R. Brown. n.d. High voice, autograph ms.

 

 

 

284.Ms.

Love's Avowal. (alternate title is I Ne'er Forget You) Words by C. Bingham. n.d. High voice. autograph ms.

 

 

 

285.Ms.

Cherry Blossom. Words by S.M. Day. n.d. High voice and piano. autograph ms.

 

 

 

286.Ms.

Untitled. opening words are The babies cry in queer Japan,... n.d. High voice. autograph ms.

 

 

 

287.Ms.

To the unknown Love. Words by John Barker. n.d. Soprano or tenor and piano. autograph ms.

 

 

 

288.Ms.

Brüderlein und Schwesterlein. 1906. T.T.B.B. autograph ms.

 

(See also 264., 276., 296.Ms.)

 

 

 

289.Ms.

Dreams. Words by Cecil Frances Alexander. 1911? Soprano or tenor and piano. autograph ms.

 

(not the same piece as 63. Printed)

 

 

 

290.Ms.

The Emperor and the Nightingale; Chinese Legend. (children's cantata) Words by B.H. Fitzgerald. 1929 (published by J. Fischer & Bro.) S.A. and piano. score.

autograph ms., 27 pp.

 

 

 

291.Ms.

The Enchanted Island. Words by Luke Aylmer Conolly. Lord Calvert. 1930. S.S.A., flute, harp, and piano. score.

autograph ms., 28 pp.

 

(See 95. Printed)

 

 

 

292. Ms.

Drafts (sketches) of four songs. 1. Peace. 2. Forgot. 3. Tide. 4. Halloween. (probably abbreviated titles) n.d. Four-part harmonization. autograph ms. in pencil

 

 

 

293.Ms.

Untitled. important words are A singer sang a song of cheer... For he sang of the love of a father dear.... n.d. High voice and piano. autograph ms., incomplete

 

 

 

294.Ms.

Untitled. opening words are When grandpa was a sailor... He sailed a little vessel which he called the Lottie Lee. n.d. High voice and piano. autograph ms., possibly incomplete

 

 

 

295.Ms.

Untitled. opening and closing words are Bend low, 0 dusky Night,... n.d. High voice and piano. autograph ms.

 

 

 

296.Ms.

Die Fahrt. (No. 2, of a song cycle?) Words by Ernst Feise. n.d. T.T.B.B. and piano. autograph ms.

 

(See also 264., 276., 288.Ms.)

 

 

 

297.Ms.

Sirenes; Nocturnes. (No. III of?) Claude Debussy (transcribed by Franz Bornschein?). n.d. S.S. (up to eight parts). voice parts.

two versions: autograph mss.

 

 

 

298.Ms.

Prank Night (A Spooky Scene). Words by Frank Fairfield [pseud.]. n.d. S.S.A. and piano. autograph ms.

 

(Compare 248.Ms.)

 

 

 

299.Ms.

The Song of Moses. (published title is The Lord Shall Reign) Words from Exodus 15. n.d. S.S.A., S. solo and piano. two items: score and master sheets of score. autograph mss., 33 pp. each.

 

(See 177. Printed)

 

 

 

300.Ms.

Mother Goose's Goslings. 1. March. 2. Dreams. 3. Dance-Finale. (miniature suite) n.d. Violins 1-3, optional viola and cello, and piano. score. autograph ms., 52 pp.; typed program notes.

 

(Compare 31. Printed)

 

 

 

301.Ms.

Hungarian Dance No. 7. Johannes Brahms, transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein, n.d. Violin and piano. score (3 pp.), violin part (2 pp.). autograph ms.

 

 

 

302.Ms.

A Marsh Myth. Wood Nymph. Lavendar Beds. (group of pieces) n.d. [copyrighted?] [Voices with orchestral accompaniment] cello part.

autograph ms., 4 pp.

 

(See 29., 40., 52. Printed)

 

 

 

303.Ms.

Rustic Dance (Based on an Allegro of Clementi). n.d. [early] Violin and piano. score.

autograph ms., 5 pp.

 

Items 303.-314.Ms. were found in an envelope marked Earliest Compositions, as were 279.-289.Ms. and other items. Not all of his early pieces were in this envelope, and some later pieces were.

 

 

 

304.Ms.

Loves Tranquillity [sic] (Liebes Stille). n.d. [early] Piano.

autograph ms., 3 pp.

 

 

 

305.Ms.

Arcadian Pictures. Arcadian Dance (Dance Arcadique) III. [Other sections either not present or not identified] 1906. Violin and piano.

autograph ms., 4 pp.

 

 

 

306.Ms.

Maytime (Maien Sonne und Maien Wonne). n.d. [early] Piano.

autograph ms., 3 pp.

 

 

 

307.Ms.

Woodland Wanderings. `Neath Southern Pines [tune?]. 1906. Piano or violin(?).

autograph ms., 4 pp.

 

 

 

308.Ms.

Untitled. n.d. [early] Violin and piano. in G. Major.

autograph ms., 4 pp.

 

 

 

309.Ms.

Untitled. n.d. [early] Violin and piano(?). in Eb Major.

autograph ms., 3 pp.

 

 

 

310.Ms.

Untitled. n.d. [early] Violin and piano. in F Major. score. autograph ms., 9 pp., and positive photocopies of pp. 5 and 8

 

 

 

311.Ms.

Amaryllis. 1909 (1907?) Piano.

autograph ms., 4 pp.

 

 

 

312.Ms.

Romanze for Violin and Piano. n.d. [early] score (7 pp.), violin part (3 pp.). autograph ms.

 

 

 

313.Ms.

Ballad for Violin and Piano. 1897. score.

autograph ms., 8 pp.

 

 

 

314.Ms.

Untitled. n.d. [early?] Orchestra (for scoring, see information slip). in A Major. draft in pencil of 16 bars.

autograph ms., 3 pp.

 

 

 

315.Ms.

Moon Moth (Ballet divertissement). n.d. Piano.

autograph ms., 4 pp.

 

 

 

316.Ms.

Suite Pantomime. 1. The Juggler. 2. The Dancer. 3. The Snake-Charmer. 4. The Dwarf and the Giant. 1904. Piano.

autograph ms., 18 pp.

 

 

 

317.Ms.

Appalachian Legend. (alternate title is The Singing Hills) n.d. Cello and piano. three versions (six items): scores, cello parts.

autograph mss., 37 pp.

 

 

 

318.Ms.

Firelight Fancies; Valse. n.d. [early, revised in 1939] Piano.

autograph ms., 4 pp.

 

(Compare 246. Printed)

 

 

 

319.Ms.

Melodie (from Orpheus). Christopf W. Gluck, transcribed by Franz Bornschein. n.d. Three violins and piano, or violin choir with piano. score (5 pp.), parts for violins 2 and 3 (2 pp.) partly autograph ms. and partly printed.

 

(Compare 336., 337.Ms.)

 

 

 

BOX 10

320.Ms.

Pan Dances. (alternate titles are Pan or Pan's Pipe) n.d. Flute and piano or strings. flute part (3 pp.), sketch in pencil (5 pp.), score (6 pp.). autograph mss.

 

(Compare 245. Printed)

 

 

 

321.Ms.

The Sprite; Sylvan Impression for Harp. n.d. two versions (two items): original (18 pp.), master sheets for reproduction (9 pp.). autograph mss.

 

 

 

322.Ms.

Spring Night; Serenade for Violoncello and Piano. n.d. Cello and piano, or violin and piano, or viola and piano. score (5 pp.), sketch in pencil (2 pp.). autograph mss.

 

(See also 323.Ms.)

 

 

 

323.Ms.

Spring Night; Serenade for four Violoncelli and Piano. n.d. Four cellos and piano, or four violins, etc. score (8 pp.), four cello parts (8 pp.). autograph mss.

 

 

 

324.Ms.

A Southern Ballad (An Ante-Bellum Romance). Maryland [tune?] n.d. Cello and piano.two versions (five items): scores, cello parts.

autograph mss., 30 pp.

 

 

 

325.Ms.

Evening Clouds (Clouds lay cradled near the setting sun). n.d. Organ. five versions, one incomplete.

autograph mss., 21 pp.

 

 

 

326.Ms.

A Down East Visit; Three Homestead Tunes. 1. The Visitors Arrive. 2. Grandma Nods. 3. Corn Poppin' Time. n.d. Piano (early grade).

autograph ms., 8 pp.

 

(Compare 436.-440.Ms., 441.-443.Ms., orchestra settings)

 

 

 

327.Ms.

The Enchanted Wood. n.d. Piano (early grade).

autograph ms., 6 pp.

 

 

 

328.Ms.

The Mossy Millwheel. n.d. Piano (early grade).

autograph ms., 2 pp.

 

 

 

329.Ms.

Prairie Dream. n.d. Piano (early grade).

autograph ms., 3 pp.

 

 

 

330.Ms.

Down Snaky Lane. n.d. Piano (early grade).

autograph ms., 4 pp.

 

 

 

331.Ms.

Untitled. n.d. Piano, or possibly two violins (was found in folder marked piano & organ). in C Major. autograph ms., incomplete, 2 pp.

 

 

 

332.Ms.

Golden Youth (Goldene Jugend) (Valse Lente). n.d. Piano solo version. Filed with 422.Ms.

 

(See 422., 423., 424.Ms.)

 

 

 

333.Ms.

Dances. 1. Autumn. 2. Tarentella. 3. Plyasovaia. 4. Petite Coquette. Arranged by F.C.B. n.d.Two violins, viola, cello, and piano. score.

autograph ms., 24 pp.

 

(See 334.-342.Ms.)

 

 

 

334.Ms.

Mozart, a. Minuett [sic]. b. Two Sketches. Transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein. n.d. Violins 1-3, viola, cello, bass and piano. score.

autograph ms., 9 pp.

 

(See 335.Ms.)

 

Items 334.-341.Ms. and perhaps also 333.Ms., seem to have been designed to be published in the series Classics for School Orchestra or String Ensemble, edited by Victor L.F. Rebmann and issued by Schirmer. Both 241. Printed and 244. Printed are from the series. 342.Ms. consists of notes on the specifications for it.

 

 

 

335.Ms.

Minuet (Don Juan). Minuet; Based on Sketches from Notebook[s] #40 & 41. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein. n.d. Violins 1-3, Piano, optional viola, cello, bass. scores.

autograph ms., 10 pp.

 

 

 

336.Ms.

Suite from Gluck's Orpheus. 1. The God of Love. 2. Ballet. 3. From the Realm. Ch. W. von Gluck, transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein. n.d. Violins 1-3, viola, cello, bass and piano. score.

autograph ms., [19] pp.

 

(See 337.Ms.; compare 319.Ms.)

 

 

 

337.Ms.

Suite from Gluck's Orpheus. 1. Ballet. 2. From the Realm. 3. The God of Love. Ch. W. von Gluck, transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein. n.d. Violins 1-3, piano, optional viola, cello, bass. score.

autograph ms., 18 pp.

 

 

 

338.Ms.

Waltz. Johannes Brahms, op. 39 no. 15, transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein. n.d. Violins 1-3, viola, cello, bass and piano. score.

autograph ms., 7 pp.

 

 

 

339.Ms.

Lullaby. H. Kjerulf, transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein. n.d. Violins 1-3, viola, cello, bass and piano. score.

autograph ms., 7 pp.

 

 

 

340.Ms.

Humoresque. Peter I. Tchaikovsky, op. 10 no. 2, transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein. n.d. Violins 1-3, viola, cello, bass and piano. score.

autograph ms., 14 pp.

 

 

 

341.Ms.

The Asra [Der Asra]. Anton Rubinstein, op. 32 no. 6, transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein. n.d. Violins 1-3, viola, cello, bass and piano. score.

autograph ms., 10 pp.

 

 

 

342.Ms.

Specifications and instrumental compasses for the Elementary Orchestra Series, n.d.

4 items, 5 pp.

 

 

 

343.Ms.

Untitled. n.d. Violin part? in A Major.

autograph ms., 2 pp.

 

 

 

350.Ms.

Conducting Drill. copyright applied for, 1939, Peabody Conservatory of Music. positive photocopy of autograph ms., 9 pp.

 

 

 

360.Ms.

Cantilena. Paul Beckhelm (composer?) n.d. Flute part. positive photocopy of ms., not in Bornschein's handwriting, 2 pp.[found enclosed in flute part of 468.Ms. (Moon Over Taos)]

 

 

 

Unnumbered material

 

 

Concert programs

 

 

1922, December 10.

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Gustav Strube, Conductor.

 

enclosed: program of a rehearsal for pupils of City College December 6, 1922

 

 

 

1936, March 1.

National Symphony Orchestra. Hans Kindler, Conductor. middle section missing.

xerox, 2 pp.

 

(original in 485.Ms.)

 

 

 

1939, February 5, 9.

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Werner Janssen, Conductor.

 

 

 

1940, June 30.

Stadium Civic Symphony Orchestra. Franz Bornschein, Guest Conductor.

 

 

 

1941, October 23.

Hagerstown Symphony Orchestra. Bart Wirtz, conducting.

 

 

 

1943, November 21.

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Reginald Stewart, Conductor.

xerox, 2 pp.

 

(original in 502.Ms.)

 

 

 

n.y., May 16.

National Federation of Music Clubs Twenty-First Biennial Convention and American Music Festival.

 

 

 

 

Musical America, pages from

 

 

1943, February 10.

4 sheets;

 

Bornschein items on pp. 202, 208, 240, 276

 

 

 

1944, February 10.

3 sheets;

 

Bornschein items on pp. 198, 273

 

 

 

1945, February 10.

1 sheet;

 

Bornschein item on p. 325

 

 

 

 

The Peabody Notes, summer 1948.

4 pp.

 

Newsletter containing In Memoriam article on Franz C. Bornschein.

 

 

 

n.d.

Notes (?) for a lecture on the history of theatre in Baltimore. Probably by Franz Bornschein.

Typescript, 4 pp.

 

 

 

n.d.

Choral Compositions by Franz Bornschein. Printed pamphlet, 12 pp. 3 copies (2 printings), one of them annotated by the cataloger to indicate which pieces are in the present collection.

 

 

 

n.d.

Yardley. Cartoon: Medicine, Maestro, Please! Franz Bornschein, Noted Baltimore Composer, Prescribes Music for Physical Ills. original. Transferred to Gallery, January 1977

 

 

 

Information slips

 

 

1. - 250. Printed

 

 

 

200. - 564.Ms.

 

 

 

 

 

BOX 11

400.Ms.

Captain Noah. (alternate title is Noah's Ark) (operetta) Book and lyrics by Clark S. Hobbs. n.d. libretto. typescript, original and carbon copy, 24 pp. each; sketch of the suggested stage set.

 

(See 401.Ms.)

 

 

 

401.Ms.

Captain Noah. (alternate title is Noah's Ark) (operetta) Book and lyrics by Clark S. Hobbs. n.d. vocal score.

autograph ms., 25 pp.

 

(See 400., 231.Ms.)

 

 

 

402.Ms.

Untitled. [possible title could have been In an Old Toy Shop. operetta? found in envelope marked Earliest Compositions] n.d. score, without dialogue or stage directions, but with words to the songs.

autograph ms., 35 pp.

 

 

 

403.Ms.

[Master Goody. (alternate title is Muffins)] (children's operatta? Based on nursery school rhymes) n.d. miscellaneous material, four items: dialogue, typescript, 1 p.; cue sheet, typescript, 3 pp.; musical themes for each character, autograph ms., 3 pp.; character themes, printed, 4 pp.

 

 

 

404.Ms.

[Prince who was a Piper] (children's operetta?) n.d. musical themes, with word cues. two similar sets, autograph mss., 3 pp. each

 

 

 

405.Ms.

Concerto (in E major). I. Prelude - Allegro molto. II. Lento - Chant Plaintif. III. Finale. (Allegro molto). 1905. Solo violin with piano or orchestra. score (37 pp.), violin part (11 pp). autograph mss.

 

(Compare 200. Printed)

 

 

 

406.Ms.

Water Fancies; The Voice of Flowing Water. Three Pastels for Orchestra. 1. Where a Pool Lay in Drowsy Solitude. 2. At a Fern-fringed Fountain. 3. The Lure of the Lake. n.d. scores.

autograph mss., 19 pp., 12 pp., 15 pp.

 

 

 

407.Ms.

A Hero's Espousal (Cuchulain's Espousal). (symphonic poem) Based on words by Charles Leonard Moore. [before 1907?] score. autograph ms., 15 pp., plus 1 p. of draft in pencil of part of the introduction (?); program notes

 

 

 

408.Ms.

[At the Wailing Wall; Palestinian Lament. (symphonic poem) 1947] Orchestra. score, early version. autograph ms. in pencil, 58 pp.

 

(See 409.Ms.)

 

 

 

409.Ms.

At the Wailing Wall; Palestinian Lament. (symphonic poem) 1947. Orchestra. score, revised version. positive photocopy of autograph ms., spiral bound, 60 pp.; typed program notes

 

 

 

410.Ms.

The Vision of Sir Launfal. (cantata) Words by James Russell Lowell. 1926. S.A.T.B. chorus, S.A.T.B. quartet, B. and T. solos and optional boys' choir. piano score, with voices.

autograph ms., 40 pp.

 

(See 411., 412.Ms.)

 

 

 

411.Ms.

The Vision of Sir Launfal. piano score, with voices. positive photocopy of 410.Ms. with some changes, 37 pp.; pp. 18, 40 in pencil.

 

 

 

412.Ms.

The Vision of Sir Launfal. (cantata) Words by James Russell Lowell. [1926?] S.A.T.B. chorus, B. and T. solos and orchestra. score, orchestra and voices. autograph ms., bound, 91 pp.

 

 

 

413.Ms.

Arethusa. n.d. [Orchestra and voices] parts for violins 1 and 2, viola, cello, bass, harp, and flute. negative photocopies of autograph mss., 42 pp.

 

(See 203.Ms., 49. Printed)

 

 

 

BOX 12

414.Ms.

Independence Bell. (cantata) Anonymous. 1927. Children's chorus, S. and A. optional divisions, and school orchestra or piano. piano score, extensive revisions marked.

autograph ms., 40 pp.

 

(See 415.Ms., 64. Printed)

 

 

 

415.Ms.

Independence Bell. (cantata) [1927] parts for violins 1 and 2, viola, and cello (incomplete).

autograph mss., 20 pp.

 

 

 

416.Ms.

Louisiana. (overture, or symphonic ballad) n.d. Clarinet, violins 1 and 2, viola, cello, and bass. score, incomplete. autograph ms., 2 pp.; typed program notes

 

 

 

417.Ms.

Tuscan Cypress. (choral cycle) [1930?] Parts for violins 1 and 2, viola, cello, bass, flute, clarinet in A, and horn in F. autograph mss.

 

(See 101., 102. Printed)

 

 

 

418.Ms.

Zorah. (cantata for women's voices) [1914 or later?] orchestra parts (18 items). mss., not in Bornschein's handwriting?, some in pencil.

 

(See 24. Printed for voice parts)

 

 

 

419.Ms.

Quintette [sic] (alternate title may be South Mountain) Four movements. 1904. Piano, violins 1 and 2, viola, and cello. piano score (all parts), early version? ms., 78 pp., a few in Bornschein's handwriting, the majority apparently not. This version is not the one that was published.

 

(See 420., 421.Ms.)

 

 

 

420.Ms.

Quintet. (alternate title is South Mountain). Four movements. [after 1904] Piano, violins 1 and 2, viola, and cello. revised version; scores for each movement and string parts.autograph master sheets for reproduction, 149 pp.

 

 

 

421.Ms.

Quintet; South Mountain. Four movements. [after 1904] revised version; score for each movement and four string parts.positive photocopies from autograph master sheets (420.Ms.), some notes written in using ink; spiral bound or stapled, 149 pp.

 

 

 

BOX 13

422.Ms.

Golden Youth (Goldene Jugend). (waltz) n.d. Orchestra. First of four versions? 16 parts, including one setting for piano solo [332.Ms.]. autograph mss.

 

(See 423., 424.Ms.)

 

 

 

423.Ms.

Golden Youth (Goldene Yugend). n.d. Flute, clarinet, oboe, strings and piano. 9 parts, some similar to those in 422.Ms., some quite different. mss, not in Bornschein's handwriting.

 

 

 

424.Ms.

Golden Youth. n.d. Violins 1-3, viola, cello?, bass and piano. 6 parts (cello part missing). autograph mss.

 

(Compare 332.Ms. [filed with 422.Ms.])

 

 

 

425.Ms.

Flower Ballet. [1910?] Ensemble, scoring varies. two versions (13 items): two piano solos, printed, one marked Score, the other Piano acc. and two sets of parts, autograph mss., one for strings only (cello part missing), and one for strings and flute.

 

(See 208. Printed for piano solo version)

 

 

 

426.Ms.

String Quartette in D major. I. Allegro et Appassionato. II. Scherzo. III. Romanze. IV. Allegro Assai. n.d. [early?] Violins 1 and 2, viola, and cello. score for each movement and four parts. autograph mss., some changes marked, 89 pp.

 

 

 

427.Ms.

The Gay Troubador. (operatta based on folksong transcriptions) Libretto, text and transcriptions by Franz Bornschein. n.d. material on the text: includes sketches of the suggested stage set; drafts of the spoken prologue; French and English texts of ten folksongs, eight of which comprise the operetta, etc. primarily typescript, 43 pp.

 

(See 428., 429.Ms., also 179., 180. Printed)

 

 

 

428.Ms.

The Gay Troubador (Bergerettes). (operetta) 1. prologue, and song Softly in the Moonlight. 2. The Little Boats. 3. The Bridge at Avignon. 4. The Handsome Drummer. 5. Good King Dagobert. 6. I've Delicious Snuff. 7. Cadet Rousselle. 8. The King of Yvetot. English text and folksong transcriptions by Franz Bornschein. n.d. S.S.A. chorus, school orchestra, and piano scores (8 items). autograph mss., some changes marked, 40 pp.

 

(Compare 179., 180. Printed)

 

 

 

429.Ms.

French Folksongs for Juveniles. 1. Softly in the Moonlight. 2. Ah, Dear Mamma You I'll Tell. 3. The Bridge of Avignon. 4. The Little Boats. 5. The Handsome Drummer. 6. Good King Dagobert. 7. I've Delicious Snuff. 8. The Shepherdess. 9. Cadet Rousselle. 10. The King of Yvetot. Transcribed by Franz C. Bornschein. n.d. Unison chorus with Toy Symphony Orchestra. score. autograph ms., 48 pp.; typed notes to publisher.

 

(Songs were printed in a different order than that in which they appear in this score. See 427., 428.Ms., also 179., 180. Printed)

 

 

 

430.Ms.

[Bergerettes] [1.] Come Springtime. [2.] Reflection. [3.] Reflections. [4.] Softly the Echo Ringing (No. 8). [5.] Oh to be the Fernleaf Slender (No. 4). [6.] John and Jane (No. 9). [7.] The Shepherdess (No. 3). [8.] Time Passes Lightly (No. 5). [9.] Tell Me Mother Dear! (No. 2). [10.] Through the Grove I'll Stroll No More (No. 6). [11.] Lisette (No. 1). [12.] Mother Bontemps (No. 10). English texts and transcriptions by Franz C. Bornschein. n.d. Varying groups of voices and strings, flute, and clarinet, with or without piano. scores. autograph mss., changes marked, 82 pp.

 

(See 431., 432.Ms.; 154., 157., 158., 160., 164. Printed)

 

 

 

431.Ms.

Bergerettes; Eighteenth Century Melodies. 1. Come Springtime. 2. Reflection. 4. Oh to be the Fernleaf Slender. 5. John and Jean. 8. Tell Me, Mother Dear. 11. Mother Bontemps. English texts and transcriptions by Franz Bornschein. n.d. S.S.A. and piano. scores.

autograph mss., 23 pp.

 

 

 

432.Ms.

Bergerettes; Songs of the 18th Century; Ten Transcriptions for Women's Voices with String Quartet, Piano, Flute and Clarinet. English texts [and transcriptions] by Franz C. Bornschein. n.d. two items: title page containing the heading given above, not in Bornschein's handwriting, with list of songs on the back in his handwriting; and a score for an S.A. or unison chorus setting of Reflection (No. 7) with flute, clarinet, strings and piano, with the same heading on the cover. autograph ms., except for the last page; 8 pp.

 

(See information slips for 427.-432.Ms. for more information)

 

 

 

433.Ms.

No item

 

 

 

434.Ms.

No item

 

 

 

435.Ms.

No item

 

The items assigned these numbers were untitled. Eventually they were identified as being parts of other pieces so they were assigned new numbers.

 

 

 

436.Ms.

Homestead Tunes. 1. Visitors Arrive. 2. Fireside Shadows. 3. The Prayer Hour. 4. Kitchen Dance. 5. Corn Poppin' Time. (miniature suite for elementary orchestra) 1931. Orchestra. score. autograph ms., changes marked, 55 pp.; plus 11 sheets of sketches (drafts) in pencil.

 

(Compare 326.Ms., 437.-440.Ms., 441.-443.Ms.)

 

 

 

437.Ms.

Homestead Tunes. 1. Visitors Arrive. 2. Fireside Shadows. 3. Prayer Hour. 4. Kitchen Dance. 5. Corn Poppin' Time. (miniature suite for elementary orchestra) [after 1931?] Orchestra. score, similar to, but not the same as 436.Ms. autograph ms., 46 pp.; typed program notes

 

 

 

438.Ms.

Homestead Tunes. 1. Visitors Arrive. 2. Fireside Shadows. 3. Prayer Hour. 4. Kitchen Dance. 5. Corn Poppin' Time. (miniature suite for orchestra) n.d. Orchestra. score, different from 436., 437.Ms. autograph ms., some changes marked, 47 pp.; plus 4 sheets of sketches in pencil

 

 

 

BOX 14

439.Ms.

Homestead Tunes. [miniature suite for orchestra] n.d. fourth version? parts (22 items) corresponding most closely to score 437.Ms., except in section 1. autograph mss.

 

 

 

440.Ms.

Homestead Tunes. (miniature suite for band) n.d. score, first two measures of.

autograph ms., 1 p.

 

 

 

441.Ms.

A Down East Visit; Homestead Tunes. (miniature symphonic poem for elementary orchestra) n.d. score. autograph ms., changes marked, 24 pp.; typed program notes.

 

(Compare 326.Ms., 436. - 440.Ms., 442. - 443.Ms.)

 

 

 

442.A.Ms.

Down East Visit. (described as a suite for school orchestra, but there are no separate section subtitles) n.d. parts, (35 items) corresponding to score 441.Ms., with some changes. some autograph mss.; some (string parts) positive photocopies from autograph master sheets (442.B.Ms.); typed program notes

 

 

 

442.B.Ms.

Down East Visit. String parts (4 items) corresponding to score 441.Ms. autograph master sheets for reproduction (originals of parts in 442.A.Ms.), 12 pp.

 

 

 

443.Ms.

Down East Visit. (suite for school orchestra; sections do have subtitles) n.d. parts (21 items), revised version, different from 441.Ms., 442.A.Ms. autograph mss.

 

 

 

444.Ms.

Village Characters. I. Sam - the Bootblack. II. Nora - the Nursemaid. III. Toni - the Fruitvendor. (suite for orchestra) n.d. score. autograph ms., changes marked, 39 pp.; plus 2 sheets of pencil sketches.

 

(See 445. - 447.Ms.)

 

 

 

445.Ms.

Village Characters; Three Sketches for Orchestra. I. Sam, the Bootblack. II. Nora, the Nursemaid. III. Toni, the Fruitvendor. n.d. score, revised version. autograph ms., 47 pp.; typed program notes

 

 

 

446.Ms.

Village Characters; [Three Sketches for Orchestra]. n.d. parts (23 items) corresponding to score 445.Ms. autograph mss., some incomplete

 

 

 

447.Ms.

Village Characters; Three Descriptive Sketches/introducing characteristic folk-dances. Junior orchestra. parts (25 items), different version from 444., 445.Ms. autograph mss.

 

 

 

BOX 15

448.Ms.

[Three Persian Tone Poems; No. I; Told by the Potter; The Festival of Mithras] [1922 or earlier] Orchestra. score, original version?

autograph ms., 38 pp.

 

(See 449. - 460.Ms.)

 

 

 

449.Ms.

[Three Persian Tone Poems; No. II; Told by the Temple Dancer; In the Palace Garden] [1922 or earlier] Orchestra. score, original version? autograph ms., many changes marked, 47 pp.; plus 4 sheets with sketches

 

 

 

450.Ms.

A Persian Pageant. [original title: Three Persian Tone Poems; No. III; Told by the Weaver; The Triumph of Nadir Shah] [1922 or earlier] Orchestra. score, original version? autograph ms., some changes marked, 23 pp.

 

 

 

451.Ms.

[Three Persian Tone Poems] n.d. Orchestra. parts (47 items) corresponding to scores 448., 449.Ms. (The parts for 450.Ms., the third tone poem, appear to have been withdrawn from this set and used separately. Some parts for the second tone poem are incomplete because they were written on pages withdrawn with the third poem.) mss., some in Bornschein's handwriting and some not, some changes marked

 

 

 

452.Ms.

Persian Pageant. [Persian Tone Poem No. III, renamed] n.d. Orchestra. parts (52 items) corresponding to score 450.Ms. mss., some in Bornschein's handwriting and some not; in folders for use in performance.

 

Filed in Box 30

 

 

 

453.Ms.

Three Persian Tone Poems. I. Told by the Potter; The Festival of Mithras. II. Told by the Temple Dancer; In the Palace Garden. III. A Persian Pageant (original title: Told by the Weaver; The Triumph of Nadir Shah). n.d. Orchestra. scores, final copies. mss., signed Paul H. Instinsky, Riderwood, Md. three volumes, 40 pp., 48 pp., 27 pp.; typed program notes, concert program for June 30, 1940, enclosed

 

 

 

454.Ms.

Three Persian Tone Poems; No. I; Told by the Potter; The Festival of Mithras, n.d. Orchestra. parts (48 items) corresponding to score 453.Ms. [I]. mss., in the same handwriting as 453.Ms.; for use in performance

 

 

 

BOX 16

455.Ms.

Three Persian Tone Poems; No. II; Told by the Temple Dancer; In the Palace Garden. n.d. Orchestra. parts (51 items) corresponding to score 453.Ms. [II]. mss., in same handwriting as 453.Ms.; for use in performance

 

 

 

456.Ms.

Persian Pageant. (alternate title is Three Persian Tone Poems; No. III; Told by the Weaver; The Triumph of Nadir Shah) n.d. Orchestra. parts (51 items) corresponding to score 453.Ms. [III]. mss., in same handwriting as 453.Ms.; for use in performance

 

 

 

457.Ms.

Feast of Roses. (symphonic poem based on the second poem from Three Persian Tone Poems) n.d. Orchestra. score. positive photocopy from autograph master sheets (458.Ms.), some changes marked and some notes written in using ink; spiral bound, 58 pp.; typed program notes

 

 

 

458.Ms.

[Feast of Roses] n.d. score. autograph master sheets for reproduction (originals of 457.Ms.), 58 pp.

 

 

 

459.A.Ms.

Feast of Roses (Persian Festival). n.d. Orchestra. parts (54 items) corresponding to score 457.Ms. though the parts are not identical. some autograph mss., some (string parts) positive photocopies from master sheets (459.B.Ms.); for use in performance

 

Filed in Box 31

 

 

 

459.B.Ms.

[Feast of Roses] n.d. Orchestra. String parts (5 items). master sheets for reproduction (originals of parts in 459.A.Ms.), not in Bornschein's handwriting, 26 pp.

 

 

 

460.Ms.

Feast of Roses. Orchestra. sketch (draft) of score. autograph ms. in pencil, 13 pp.

 

 

 

BOX 17

461.Ms.

Moon Over Taos. (tone poem) [before 1939?] Alto flute, strings (sections divided), and Indian drum. score. autograph ms., 10 pp.; typed program notes.

 

(See 462. - 470.Ms.)

 

 

 

462.Ms.

Moon Over Taos. (tone poem) [before 1939?] Flute, strings (sections divided), timpany, and Indian drum. score, quite different from 461.Ms. autograph ms., some notes inked in at a later date, 27 pp.

 

 

 

463.Ms.

Moon Over Taos. score, negative photocopy of autograph ms. (462.Ms. before the ending was changed), 28 pp.

 

 

 

464.Ms.

Moon Over Taos. parts (8 items) corresponding to score 462.Ms. (the 2nd Orchestral Version), for violins 1 and 2, violas, and cellos (all parts divided). autograph mss., in folders for use in performance

 

 

 

465.Ms.

Moon Over Taos. parts (5 items) for violins 1 and 2, violas, and cellos, (sections divided), and bass, for score 463.Ms. negative photocopies of autograph mss. (not 464.Ms.), 18 pp.

 

 

 

466.Ms.

Moon Over Taos. n.d. Flute, strings (sections divided), harp, timpany, and Indian drum. score, similar to 462.Ms. rather than 461.Ms. positive photocopy of autograph ms., spiral bound, 25 pp.

 

 

 

467.Ms.

Moon Over Taos. n.d. parts (10 items) for violins 1 and 2, violas, and cellos, (sections divided), and bass. positive photocopies of autograph mss., (same originals as 465.Ms.), with some notes written in using ink; in folders for use in performance

 

 

 

468.Ms.

Moon Over Taos. n.d. Flute, strings (sections divided), harp, timpany, Indian drums. score and parts (29 items). positive photocopies of autograph mss. (the score from the same original as 466.Ms., the string parts from different originals than 465., 467.Ms.); in folders for use in performance

 

 

 

469.Ms.

Moon Over Taos. n.d. Ensemble, scoring not certain. parts (6 items) from a reduced score, for violins 1, 2, and 3, viola, cello, and bass. autograph mss.

 

 

 

470.Ms.

Moon Over Taos. n.d. Flute and piano. three versions (7 items): scores and flute parts. autograph mss., some changes marked

 

 

 

BOX 18

471.Ms.

Cape Cod Impressions; Three Pastels for Orchestra. [UNK] Low Tide. (symphonic poem) n.d. Orchestra. score, original version. autograph ms., changes marked, 22 pp.; plus 5 sheets of sketches (drafts) in pencil.

 

(See 472. - 479.Ms.)

 

 

 

472.Ms.

[1.] Low Tide. parts (35 items) corresponding to score 471.Ms. autograph mss.; for use in performance

 

 

 

473.Ms.

[1.] Low Tide. (symphonic poem) n.d. Orchestra, scored for more instruments than 471.Ms. score, revised version. positive photocopy of autograph ms., some notes written in using ink; spiral bound, 34 pp.

 

 

 

474.Ms.

[1.] Low Tide. string parts (29 items) corresponding to score 473.Ms. positive photocopies from autograph master sheets, some notes written in using ink; in folders for use in performance

 

 

 

475.A.Ms.

Cape Cod Impressions; Three Pastels for Orchestra. 2. Gulls (symphonic poem) n.d. Orchestra, scoring similar to 471.Ms. score.

autograph ms., 14 pp.

 

 

 

475.B.Ms.

[2. Gulls.] parts (32 items) corresponding to score 475.A.Ms. mss., some in Bornschein's handwriting and some not; for use in performance

 

 

 

BOX 19

476.Ms.

Cape Cod Impressions; Three Pastels for Orchestra. 3. Dunes. (symphonic poem) n.d. Orchestra, scoring similar to 471., 475.A.Ms. score, original version. autograph ms., changes marked, 20 pp.

 

 

 

477.Ms.

[3.] Dunes. parts (33 items) corresponding to score 476.Ms. mss., some in Bornschein's handwriting and some not; for use in performance

 

 

 

478.Ms.

[3.] Dunes. (symphonic poem) n.d. Orchestra, scoring similar to 473.Ms. score, revised version. positive photocopy of autograph ms., some changes marked, some notes written in using ink; spiral bound, 26 pp.

 

 

 

479.Ms.

[3.] Dunes. string parts (29 items) corresponding to score 478.Ms. positive photocopies from autograph master sheets; in folders for use in performance

 

 

 

BOX 20

480.Ms.

The Mission Road (El Camino Real). (symphonic poem) n.d. Orchestra. score. autograph ms., some changes marked, 52 pp., plus 1 sheet; concert program for February 5 and 9, 1939, enclosed.

 

(See 481., 482.Ms.)

 

 

 

481.Ms.

The Mission Road. (symphonic poem) n.d. Orchestra. score. positive photocopy of autograph ms. (different original than 480.Ms., although the music is the same), spiral bound, 54 pp.; typed program notes

 

 

 

482.Ms.

The Mission Road. string parts, incomplete set (25 items). positive photocopies of autograph mss., (not from master sheets), in folders for use in performance; list of parts

 

Filed in Box 32

 

 

 

483.A.Ms.

Mid-Summer on South Mountain. (symphonic sketch) n.d. Orchestra. score. positive photocopy from autograph master sheets, spiral bound, 45 pp.; typed program notes.

 

(See 483.B., 484.Ms.)

 

 

 

483.B.Ms.

Mid-Summer on South Mountain. score. Same as 483.A.Ms.

 

 

 

484.Ms.

Mid-Summer on South Mountain. string parts (29 items) corresponding to an earlier version than 483.A.Ms., not in this collection. positive photocopies from autograph master sheets, changes marked; in folders for use in performance

 

Filed in Box 32

 

 

 

485.Ms.

Southern Nights. (symphonic poem) 1935. Orchestra. score, original version? autograph ms., many changes marked; spiral bound, c. 70 pp., plus 1 sheet of musical sketch; part of a concert program for March 1, 1936, enclosed.

 

(See 486.-491.Ms.)

 

 

 

486.A.Ms.

Southern Nights. (symphonic poem) n.d. score, revised version. positive photocopy from autograph master sheets (487.Ms.), spiral bound, 58 pp.

 

 

 

486.B.Ms.

Southern Nights. score, revised version. Same as 486.A.Ms.

 

 

 

487.Ms.

Southern Nights. score, revised version. autograph master sheets (originals of 486.A., 496.B.Ms.), 58 pp.

 

 

 

488.Ms

Southern Nights. parts (62 items) some corresponding to score 485.Ms., but others incorporating changes that make them similar to 489., 490., 491.Ms. autograph mss., changes marked; in folders for use in performance

 

Filed in Box 33

 

 

 

489.Ms.

Southern Nights. parts (31 items) corresponding to scores 486.A., 486.B.Ms. autograph master sheets for reproduction, 92 pp.

 

 

 

490.Ms.

Southern Nights. parts (55 items) corresponding to scores 486.A., 486.B.Ms. positive photocopies from autograph master sheets (489.Ms.); in folders for use in performance

 

Filed in Box 34

 

 

 

491.Ms.

Southern Nights. parts (55 items). Same as 490.Ms., with extra copies of cymbal and timpany parts

 

Filed in Box 35

 

 

 

BOX 21

492.Ms.

Ode to the Brave; to the Heros of The Hornet. (symphonic poem) n.d. Orchestra. score. positive photocopy from autograph master sheets, many changes marked; spiral bound, [65] pp.; typed program notes.

 

(See 493. - 497.Ms.)

 

 

 

493.Ms.

Ode to the Brave. (symphonic poem) n.d. Orchestra. score, revised version. positive photocopy from autograph master sheets (same master sheets as 492.Ms. with revisions), changes marked; spiral bound, 60 pp.; typed program notes

 

 

 

494.Ms.

Ode to the Brave. (symphonic poem) [1944?] Orchestra. score, marked Cut and clearly the final version. positive photocopy from autograph master sheets, spiral bound, 40 pp.; typed program notes

 

 

 

495.Ms.

[Ode to the Brave] master sheets of sections of score 492.Ms., and pages from the viola, cello, and piano parts which were omitted from later versions of the piece, 28 pp.

 

 

 

496.Ms.

Ode to the Brave. parts (55 items) corresponding to 492., 493.Ms., with cuts marked by hand. some autograph mss., some positive photocopies from autograph master sheets; in folders for use in performance

 

Filed in Box 36

 

 

 

497.Ms.

Ode to the Brave. parts (53 items) corresponding to 494.Ms. positive photocopies from autograph master sheets (same originals as 496.Ms. but with cuts made on the masters beforehand); in folders for use in performance

 

Filed in Box 37

 

 

 

498.Ms. 499.Ms.

No items were assigned these numbers.

 

 

 

500.Ms.

[The Earth Sings. (symphonic poem inspired by visits to Sherwood Gardens, a Baltimore park)] 1939. [Orchestra] sketch (first draft?) of score, with notations on the orchestration Bornschein had in mind. autograph ms. in pencil, 18 pp.

 

(See 501. - 508.Ms.)

 

 

 

501.Ms.

The Earth Sings. (symphonic poem) 1939? Orchestra. score, fully orchestrated, developed from 500.Ms. autograph ms., bound, 51 pp.

 

 

 

502.Ms.

The Earth Sings. n.d. score, revised version. positive photocopy from autograph master sheets, some notes written in using ink; spiral bound, 66 pp., plus 1 sheet of musical sketch; concert program for November 21, 1943, enclosed

 

 

 

503.Ms.

The Earth Sings. score, revised version. positive photocopy from autograph master sheets (same originals as 502.Ms., but with changes made on the masters), some notes written in using ink; spiral bound, 66 pp.

 

 

 

504.Ms.

The Earth Sings. score, revised version. positive photocopy from autograph master sheets (same originals as 502., 503.Ms., but not identical to either), some notes written in using ink; spiral bound, 66 pp.

 

 

 

505.Ms.

The Earth Sings. parts (57 items) corresponding to score 501. s. some autograph mss., some positive photocopies made from negative photocopies (506.Ms.) instead of master sheets, changes marked; in folders for use in performance

 

Filed in Box 38

 

 

 

506.Ms.

[The Earth Sings] string parts (5 items) corresponding to score 501.Ms. negative photocopies of autograph mss. (originals in 505.Ms.), 26 pp.

 

 

 

507.Ms.

The Earth Sings (Sherwood Gardens). (symphonic poem) n.d. [after 1939] Orchestra. parts (56 items) corresponding to revised version, scores 502. - 504.Ms., but with further changes marked. positive photocopies from autograph master sheets; in folders for use in performance

 

Filed in Box 39

 

 

 

508.Ms.

The Earth Sings. celesta part, for pianist to use when there is only one player.

autograph ms., 3 pp.

 

 

 

509.Ms.

No item was assigned this number.

 

 

 

BOX 22

510.Ms

[The Mystic Trumpeter. (cantata) Words by Walt Whitman. n.d. S.A.T.B. chorus, S. and B. solos, and orchestra.] score, orchestra and chorus, original setting.

autograph ms., 127 pp.

 

(See 511. - 521.Ms.)

 

 

 

511.Ms.

The Mystic Trumpeter. (cantata) Words by Walt Whitman. n.d. S.A.T.B. chorus, S. and B. solos, and orchestra. score, orchestra and chorus, final copy.

autograph ms., 97 pp.

 

 

 

512.Ms.

The Mystic Trumpeter. vocal score with piano.

autograph (?) ms., 63 pp.

 

 

 

513.Ms.

Joy! (cantata, revision of The Mystic Trumpeter) Words by Walt Whitman. Lord Calvert. 1942? S.A.T.B. chorus and orchestra. score, orchestra and chorus. autograph ms., changes marked, 55 pp.

 

 

 

514.Ms.

Joy! score, orchestra and chorus. negative photocopy of autograph ms. (513.Ms.), 55 pp.

 

 

 

515.A.Ms.

Joy! score, orchestra and chorus. positive photocopy, presumably made from negative photocopy (514.Ms.), 55 pp.

 

 

 

515.B.Ms.

Joy! score, orchestra and chorus. Same as 515.A.Ms.

 

 

 

516.Ms.

Joy! parts (25 items) corresponding to scores 513. - 515.B.Ms. autograph master sheets for reproduction, 77 pp.

 

 

 

517.Ms.

Joy! parts, incomplete set? (32 items) corresponding to scores 513. - 515.B.Ms. positive photocopies from autograph master sheets (516.Ms.); in folders for use in performance

 

Filed in Box 40

 

 

 

BOX 23

518.Ms.

Joy! score, piano reduction (voices and piano only). autograph ms., changes marked, 34 pp.

 

 

 

519.Ms.

Joy! score, piano reduction. negative photocopy of autograph ms. (518.Ms.), 34 pp.

 

 

 

520.A.Ms.

Joy! score, piano reduction, revised. marked Piano Score. positive photocopy made from negative photocopy (519.Ms.) with changes marked; spiral bound, 34 pp.

 

 

 

520.B.Ms.

Joy! score, piano reduction, revised. marked Director's Score. Same as 520.A.Ms., but with slightly different corrections indicated

 

 

 

521.Ms.

Joy! copyright 1943. vocal score. positive photocopies of ms., not in Bornschein's handwriting, some changes marked; stapled in octavo form for use in performance.

53 copies

 

Filed in Box 40

 

 

 

522.A.Ms.

The Conqueror Worm. (cantata?) [Words by Edgar Allan Poe. 1946? 1939? S.S.A. chorus and orchestra.] score, orchestra and chorus. positive photocopy from autograph master sheets, spiral bound, 45 pp.

 

(See 523. - 528.Ms.)

 

 

 

522.B.Ms.

The Conqueror Worm. score, orchestra and chorus, Same as 522.A.Ms.

 

 

 

523.Ms.

The Conqueror Worm. score, orchestra and chorus. autograph master sheets (originals of 522.A., 522.B.Ms.), 45 pp., plus 1 sheet with directions to the publisher

 

 

 

524.Ms.

[The Conqueror Worm] string parts (5 items). negative photocopies of autograph mss. (originals in 525.Ms.), 19 pp.

 

 

 

525.Ms.

[The Conqueror Worm] parts (37 items). some autograph mss., some positive photocopies (string parts) made from negative photocopies (524.Ms.); in folders for use in performance

 

Filed in Box 41

 

 

 

526.Ms.

The Conqueror Worm (Composed for the Poe Commemoration 1939). Words by Edgar Allan Poe. 1939. piano score, with voices (reduction score or the original setting?).

autograph ms., 24 pp.

 

 

 

527.Ms.

[The Conqueror Worm] voice parts, S.S.A. negative photocopies of autograph mss., 9 pp.

 

 

 

528.Ms.

The Conqueror Worm. voice parts, S.S.A., incomplete. autograph mss. (not the originals of 527.Ms.), 7 pp.

 

 

 

529.Ms.

No item was assigned this number.

 

 

 

BOX 24

530.Ms.

[A Cry to Arms] (symphonic poem) n.d. Orchestra. score. autograph ms. in pencil (draft?), many changes marked, 130 pp. Pp. 1-67 of the first section are written on the recto pp.; pp. 68-79 are written on the verso pp., proceeding backwards through the manuscript. The second section has 53 pp.

 

(See 531. - 536.Ms.)

 

 

 

531.Ms.

A Cry to Arms. (symphhonic poem) n.d. Orchestra, scored for more instruments than 530.Ms. score, incomplete; may be parts of two versions, for there are duplicate and variant pp.; missing sections were withdrawn to make up the master for Symphonic Fantasy. autograph master sheets for reproduction, 63 pp.

 

 

 

532.Ms.

[A Cry to Arms?] score, fragments of. consists partly of the second major section of 530.Ms. autograph master sheets for reproduction, probably discards, 12 pp.

 

 

 

533.Ms.

A Cry to Arms (Symphonic Fantasy). n.d. Orchestra. score, closely related to 530.Ms., but omitting the second section. positive photocopy from autograph master sheets, some notes written in using ink; spiral bound, 105 pp.

 

 

 

534.Ms.

Symphonic Fantasy. (former title was A Cry to Arms) n.d. Orchestra. score, very similar to 533.Ms. but with changes marked. positive photocopy from autograph master sheets (same originals as 533.Ms.), some notes written in using ink; spiral bound, 105 pp., plus 5 sheets with drafts in pencil

 

 

 

535.Ms.

Symphonic Fantasy [A Cry to Arms]. parts (56 items) corresponding to score 533.Ms. one p. autograph ms., the rest positive photocopies from autograph master sheets; paper bound for use in performance

 

Violin 1 part filed in Box 41, other parts in Box 42

 

 

 

536.Ms.

[Symphonic Fantasy?] marked on cover, thematically Related to `A Cry to Arms' (a symphonic phantasy). n.d. Orchestra, scoring similar to 533.Ms. score, quite different from 533.Ms.; may be the final version of the piece. autograph master sheets for reproduction, 44 pp., plus 5 duplicate or draft pp.

 

 

 

BOX 25

537.Ms.

The Phantom Canoe; Indian Suite for Symphony Orchestra. 1. The Lovers. 2. The Stake. 3. The Phantom Canoe. 4. The Death Song. 5. The Ghost Fires. n.d. score.

autograph ms., 76 pp.

 

 

 

538.Ms.

The Phantom Canoe. parts (54 items). mss., not in Bornschein's handwriting; for use in performance

 

 

 

539.Ms.

No item was assigned this number.

 

 

 

BOX 26

540.Ms.

Deodate. (alternate title is The Apocalypse) dramatic oratorio) n.d. S.A.T.B. chorus, sextet and soloists, and orchestra. score, orchestra and chorus. autograph ms. five folders:

 

 

[1.]

Prologue - Belshazzar's Feast. pp. 1-123

 

 

 

[2.]

The Apocalypse. I. Armageddon. II. Babylon. pp. 124-242

 

 

 

[3.]

II. Babylon, cont. pp. 265-315 (pp. 243-264 are noted as missing)

 

 

 

[4.]

[Symphonic Interlude?] incomplete. pp. 352-365, 370-373, 382-385, 390-391 II. Babylon, cont. pp. 395-418

 

 

 

[5.]

III. The Millenium. pp. 419-526

 

 

 

 

541.Ms.

Deodate. piano score, with voices. autograph ms., some changes marked; apparently complete, contains the sections missing in the orchestral score. The sections are as follows:

 

 

Belshazzar's Feast, Prologue. pp. 1-49, plus sheet of notes on the order of sections

 

 

 

The Apocalypse. I. Armageddon, pp. 49-87. II. Babylon. pp. 88-116. Interlude. pp. 117-135, plus 4 enclosed draft pp. Babylon, pp. 136-142. III. The Millenium. pp. 143-202, plus 10 enclosed draft pp.

 

 

 

 

BOX 27

542.Ms.

The Sea God's Daughters. (scherzo or symphonic poem) n.d. Orchestra. title pp. and last p. of a draft(?) of the score; two copies of a two-stanza poem of this title, probably written by Bornschein. autograph ms.

 

(See 543.A. - 546.Ms.)

 

 

 

543.A.Ms.

The Sea-God's Daughters. (scherzo) n.d. Orchestra. score. positive photocopy made from autograph master sheets (544.Ms.), spiral bound, 40 pp.

 

 

 

543.B.Ms.

The Sea-God's Daughters. score. Same as 543.A.Ms., but with a title p. and some note changes (some written in using ink); concert program for June 30, 1940, enclosed

 

 

 

544.Ms.

The Sea-God's Daughters. score. autograph master sheets for reproduction (originals of 543.A., 543.B.Ms.), 40 pp.

 

 

 

545.Ms.

[The Sea-God's Daughters] string parts (5 items). autograph master sheets for reproduction (originals of parts in 546.Ms.), 20 pp.

 

 

 

546.Ms.

The Sea-God's Daughters. parts (53 items). some autograph mss., some positive photocopies (string parts) from autograph master sheets (545.Ms.), some notes written in using ink; in folders for use in performance

 

Filed in Box 43

 

 

 

547.Ms.

The Song of Songs. (three act opera) Book based on lyrical folk-play of the ancient Hebrews; adapted from Francis Coutts (by Franz C. Bornschein?) libretto n.d. (synopsis).

typescript, 21 pp.

 

(See 548., 549.Ms.)

 

 

 

548.Ms.

The Song of Songs. (opera) oratorio concert version. piano score with voices (reduced from orchestral score). autograph ms., 92 pp., plus 1 p. typescript, note on the optional cuts

 

 

 

549.Ms.

The Song of Songs. (opera) oratorio concert version. score, orchestra and voices. autograph ms., changes marked, 300 pp.

 

 

 

BOX 28

550.Ms.

Leif Ericson. (three subtitles or alternate titles: Icelandic Saga, Viking Legend, The Finding of Vinland) (symphonic poem) 1935. Orchestra. score, first version. autograph ms., many changes marked; spiral bound, 88 pp.; part of a concert program for February 23, 1936 enclosed.

 

(See 551. - 559.Ms.)

 

OVERSIZE STORAGE

 

 

 

551.Ms.

Leif Erikson [sic]. parts (58 items) corresponding to score 550.Ms., made in 1939? autograph mss., some changes marked; in folders for use in performance

 

Filed in Box 44

 

 

 

552.Ms.

Leif Ericson; Icelandic Saga. (symphonic poem) n.d. score, second version. positive photocopy from (mostly) autograph master sheets (554.Ms.), spiral bound, 104 pp.; typed program notes

 

 

 

553.Ms.

Leif Ericson; Icelandic Saga. score, second version. positive photocopy of same originals as 552.Ms. (554.Ms.), but with a change in time signature and other revisions; spiral bound, 104 pp.; typed program notes

 

 

 

554.Ms.

Leif Ericson. score, second version. autograph (except for the first page?) master sheets for reproduction (originals of 552., 553.Ms.), 105 pp.

 

 

 

555.Ms.

Leif Ericson; Icelandic Saga. parts (33 items) corresponding to scores 552. - 554.Ms. Violin 1 part missing. autograph master sheets for reproduction, 165 pp.

 

 

 

556.A.Ms.

Leif Ericson. parts (58 items) corresponding to scores 552. - 554.Ms., Violin 1 part present. positive photocopies from autograph master sheets (555.Ms.), some notes written over in ink; in folders for use in performance

 

Filed in Box 45

 

 

 

556.B.Ms.

Leif Ericson. parts (58 items). Same as 556.A.Ms., but without markings

 

Filed in Box 46

 

 

 

BOX 29

557.Ms.

Leif Ericson; Icelandic Saga. 1947? score, third version. positive photocopy from autograph master sheets (558.Ms.), spiral bound, 57 pp.

 

 

 

558,Ms.

Leif Ericson; Icelandic Saga. score, third version. autograph master sheets for reproduction (originals of 557.Ms.), 57 pp.

 

 

 

559.Ms.

Leif Ericson. parts (34 items) corresponding to scores 557., 558.Ms. autograph master sheets for reproduction, 122 pp.

 

 

 

560.Ms.

[Gremlins; Burlesque Overture] n.d. Orchestra. draft of score. autograph ms. in pencil, 67 pp., plus 6 master sheets with variants.

 

(See 561.A.Ms. - 563.Ms.)

 

 

 

561.A.Ms.

Gremlins; Burlesque Overture. n.d. Orchestra. score, revised. positive photocopy from autograph master sheets, some changes marked, some notes written in using ink; spiral bound, 66 pp.

 

 

 

561.B.Ms.

Gremlins; Burlesque Overture. score, revised. positive photocopy from autograph master sheets (same originals as 561.A.Ms.), with more and different changes marked than on 561.A.Ms.; spiral bound, 66 pp., plus 12 draft pp. in pencil

 

 

 

562.Ms.

Gremlins; [Burlesque Overture]. parts (50 items) corresponding to scores 561.A., 561.B.Ms., but without many of the small changes marked there. positive photocopies from autograph master sheets, some changes marked, some notes written in using ink; in folders for use in performance

 

Filed in Box 47

 

 

 

563.Ms.

Untitled. noted to be Thematically Related to Gremlins. n.d. Orchestra. score and parts for Oboe 1, Flute 2. autograph master sheets for reproduction, some changes marked, 72 pp.

 

 

 

564.Ms.

Untitled, n.d. Orchestra. score, incomplete; may actually be parts of more than one work. autograph master sheets for reproduction, perhaps ones on which mistakes were made, 27 pp.

 

 

 

BOXES 30 - 47

contain sets of orchestral parts for use in performance.

 

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