Series 1: Teaching materials

Folder 1 – musical examples, exercises, loose-leaf, teaching notes, vocal principles

Folder 2 – two notebooks containing musical examples. One is a Boosey & Hawkes Manuscript Music Book that contains music sketches..examples of cadences, trills, etc.  The examples seem to be taken, at least in part, from Bach’s St. Matthew Passion; the second contains handwritten “Il Rossignuolo?” for harpsichord, voice, and cello

Series 2: Student Files


Folder 3 – ‘A’
Folder 4 – ‘B’
Folder 5 – ‘C-D’
Folder 6 – ‘F-G’
Folder 7 – ‘H’
Folder 8 – ‘K-L’
Folder 9 –‘M-P’
Folder 10 – ‘R’
Folder 11 – ‘Sa-Sh’
Folder 12 – ‘So’
Folder 13 – ‘St’
Folder 14 – ‘T-W’
Folder 15 – Student recital programs

Series 3 – Other Papers

Folder 16 - Two small notebooks from Hodam’s Deutsche Klasses #2. 
Folder 17 - Materials pertaining to David Leisner

Series 4: Published Books

Berlitz, M.D. Zweites Buch mit illustrationen von Robert Strumpen-Darrie und C. Frambach Berlitz. New York: Berlitz Publications, 1962. [a few annotations]

Bernard, Victor F., Le Francais Idiomatique: French idioms and proverbs, with French and English exercises, alphabetically arranged and especially adapted for schools. New York: Brentano’s, 1919. {‘Rayson’ written on cover]

Deutsch 2000: eine Einfuhrung in die moderne Umgangssprache. Band 2.  Munchen: Max Hueber Verlag, 1973. [annotated; includes registration brochure for the Goethe Institute, Munich]

Deutsch 2000: eine Einfuhrung in die moderne Umgangssprache. Band 3. Arbeitsbuch. Munchen: Max Hueber Verlag, 1975. [annotated]

Emery, Walter. Bach’s Ornaments. London: Novello, 1953 [1967 reprint]. [contains some underlining and annotations ;  newspaper article, “On Trills and other Ornaments” by Harold C. Schonberg; additional notes and annotated sheets of music].

Greenfield, Eric V. German Grammar. Second Edition. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1944 (annotated)

Griesbach, Heinz and Dora Schulz. Deutsche Sprachlehre fur Auslander. Munchen: Max Hueber Verlag, 1964. [annotated]

Langellier, Alice. Lectures pour conversations. New York: American Book Company, 1960. [annotated]

Mathieu, Gustave and Guy Stern. Say it in German by. New York: Dover Publications Inc., 1957. [annotated]

Miller, Richard. English, French, German and Italian Techniques of Singing: a Study in National Tonal Preferences and how they relate to functional efficiency. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1977. [annotated]

New German Self Taught, revised by Erich W. Berger, late of Queens College School of General Studies and Dorothea Berger, New York University. New York: Funk and Wagnalls, 1959. [annotated; additional notes and newspaper article photocopy inserted]

The Penguin Book of French Verse – 2. The Sixteenth to the Eighteenth Century by Geoffrey Brereton  Baltimore: Penguin House, 1958.[a few annotations]

The Penguin Book of French Verse – 3. The Nineteenth Century. Introduced and edited by Anthony Hartley. Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England: Penguin Books Ltd., 1965[1957]. [a few annotations; poor condition]

Pleasants, Jeanne Varney, Pronunciation of French: Articulation and Intonation. Ann Arbor, MI: Edwards Brothers, Inc., 1965.

Posey, Kenneth. A Singer’s Guide to Auditioning in Unified Germany.  Munich, San Angelo, TX, 1991. Autographed by author.  Hodam quote on back cover.                                                   

Pronouncing Pocket-Manual of Musical Terms. Edited by Dr. Theodore Baker. New York: G. Schirmer, 1947.

Raymond, Joseph and Nell Jo Francis. Rodeo Gramatical. Boston: D. C. Heath and Co., 1954. [inscribed by Raymond]

Schmidt, L. M. and E. Glokke, Deutsche Stunden.  Boston: D. C. Heath and Co [Heath’s Modern Language Series] [a few annotations]

Series 5: Artifacts
Wm. Kraft Master Key Pitch pipe

2010-04-28


YOU PLAY BACH YOUR WAY, AND I'LL PLAY HIM HIS WAY. WANDA LANDOWSKA