Robert B. Cantrick Original Music Collection
Description and Background | Contents and Inventory
- Miscellaneous papers, correspondence, announcements, music manuscript paper with compositional sketches; Half-time Flutes – Flute Quartet – score and four parts, n.d.; two copies of American Musical Digest, V.1, No.5, n.d.
- A Pair of Masks for Symphony Orchestra; Parts (multiple stands) divided between two envelopes: Violin 1, 9 stands; violin 2, 8 stands; violas, 6 stands; cellos, 6 stands; double bass, 5 stands; flutes 1 & 2, 2 stands; piccolo/flute 3, 1 stand; oboes 1 &2, 2 stands; English horn/oboe 3, 1 stand; B clarinets 1 & 2, 2 stands; bass clarinet/clarinet 3, 1 stand; bassoons 1 & 2, 2 stands; contrabassoon, 1 stand; French horns 1 & 2, 2 stands; B trumpets 1 & 2, 2 stands; trombones 1 & 2, 2 stands; tuba, 1 stand; timpani 1 stand; percussion 2 stands; piano. Included are “list of parts loaned to University of Alabama,” April 1960, and “List of parts loaned to Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra,” April 1974.
- A Pair of Masks for Symphony Orchestra, full score, February, 1959 (diazo masters). Included are two copies of “abstract of dissertation,” this work being submitted to the State University of Iowa in partial fulfillment of a Doctor of Philosophy degree.
- A Pair of Masks for Symphony Orchestra, full score, 1958, manuscript.
- A Pair of Masks for Symphony Orchestra, n.d., parts. [ Note indicates these to be “sample diazo copies; upper left corner show speed setting.”]
- A Pair of Masks for Symphony Orchestra, full score, n.d., white plastic spiral binding, cardboard cover. Various notes, score corrections attached to title page, along with large metal paperclip to be used by viola player when performing this piece.
- A Pair of Masks for Symphony Orchestra, full score, 1987, black plastic spiral binding, cardboard cover.
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