Robert B. Cantrick Original Music Collection
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- Quintet for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Horn and Bassoon, n.d., photocopy of manuscript, two copies
- Woodwind Quintet, n.d., pencil note “poor copy.”
- Woodwind Quintet, parts, including “extra prints miscellaneous pages,” n.d.
- Woodwind Quintet, full score, with numerous edits, n.d.
- Local for Solo Flute and Four Sound Systems, photocopy of manuscript, n.d.
- Local for Solo Flute and Four Sound Systems, n.d.
- Postal receipts and submission form for National Composers Competition indicating that a String Trio was submitted late, April 10, 1996; newspaper clipping, Chattanooga Times, regarding a Sacred Harp Sing occurring November 1963 [Robert Cantrick apparently attended this event]; Two copies of program “Concert of Music by Members of the Southeast Composers’ League,” November, 1960. [Robert Cantrick’s Trio for Violin, Viola and Cello was performed]; mimeographed announcement of “Pollikoff Chamber Music Readings,” 1959 at which the Trio was read; correspondence relevant to Trio for Violin Viola and Cello, 1962-1963; unrelated email, August, 2005; typewritten analysis of Trio, two copies, dated 1959 and 1986; three copies of title page of Trio, indicating that it was submitted in partial fulfillment of PhD in music, State University of Iowa, 1959.
- Printing/binding instructions, May 1994; analysis and other relevant information for Trio, 1986; full score for Trio, three copies, unbound, 1959.
- Trio for Violin, Viola and Cello, bound in brown pressboard cover, with three parts; several copies of score analysis dating 1959 and 1986; postal receipt, September 2005; correspondence from John Lad, 1995; correspondence from Linda Papas, 1989; program from concert of Music Critics Association, November 1960 at which Trio for Violin, Viola and Cello was performed; miscellaneous correspondence, 1963-1964.
- Local for Flute and Four Sound Systems, n.d.; miscellaneous pencil notes, technical explanations for sound systems, specifications, diagrams, etc., 1970-1987.
- Acoustical Music for Brass Ensemble, five copies, n.d.
- Improvisation for Chamber Ensemble, n.d.
- Functional Development for Flutist, n.d.
- Divertimento for Piano and Small Orchestra, two full scores, n.d. [title page of each copy indicates it was written while he was at Carnegie Institute of Technology]; pencil notes “corrected copy” on both.
- Divertimento for Piano and Small Orchestra, n.d., two complete sets of parts, second set having multiple stands for strings, with most labeled in upper right “corrected.”
- Divertimento for Piano and Small Orchestra, n.d., full score, unbound.
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