Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = Tovey
Found in 208 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This archive consists mainly of Leighton's original music scores and sketches, as well as four large boxes of reel-to-reel tapes and vinyles. See the box list for an inventory of every piece.
Scope and Contents Letter, [n.d], Sir Donald Francis Tovey to Adolf Busch. Discussion of string quartet variations in B Opus II, working methods and the loneliness of the profession. Ms. transcript by Hubert Foss.
Scope and Contents Letter, 13 August 1928, Suffolk, Sir Donald Francis Tovey to Albert Schweitzer. Informing Schweitzer that Tovey plans to dedicate his ' Kunst der Fugue' to him. Holograph signed, photocopy.
Dates: 13 August 1929
Scope and Contents Letter, 19 July 1928, Suffolk, Sir Donald Francis Tovey to Arnold Rose. Introducing Mary Grierson. Holograph signed, written on "Cadenza for Brahms violin concerto" by Donald Tovey, with envelope.
Dates: 19 July 1928
Scope and Contents Letter, 23 March 1935, Barcelona, Joaquin Pena to Clara Tovey. Requesting that Tovey send details of his concert programme, material for the 'Pastoral', and expressing eager anticipation at the arrival of Tovey's concerto. Typescript signed.
Dates: 23 March 1935
Scope and Contents Letter, 18 February 1904, Amsterdam, Julius Rontgen to Donald Tovey. Discussing Tovey's position as judge of the Prix d' excellence and enclosing composition work. Holograph signed.
Dates: 18 February 1904
Scope and Contents Letter, 22 October 1927, Bilthoven, Julius Rontgen to Donald Tovey. Discussing plans for a concert in Edinburgh and praising Gershwin's ' Rhapsody in blue'. Holograph signed.
Dates: 22 October 1927
Scope and Contents Letter, 27 September 1933, Pablo Casals to Donald Tovey. Praising Tovey's concerto, describing it as long and profound, inviting Tovey to Barcelona to play the concerto. Holograph signed.
Dates: 27 September 1933