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A collection of 208 scores of popular sheet music either about California, or with a California publication imprint. Includes items published as musical supplements in the Sunday San Francisco Examiner and the Oakland Herald.
The collection contains rolls of important composers of the period including Busoni, Chaminade, Debussy, Granados, Gershwin, Glazunov, Grainger, Leschetizky, Mahler, Paderewski, Prokofiev, Rachmaninoff, Ravel, Saint-Saëns, Scriabin, Richard Strauss, and Stravinsky all playing their own works. There are numerous important pianists including Backhaus, Cortot, d'Albert, Dohnanyi, Gabrilowitsch, Ganz, Hofmann, Horowitz, Landowska, Lhevinne, Reisenberg, Rubinstein, and Samaroff. The popular music documents playing styles of this earlier era with pianists such as Zez Confrey, Ferde Grofé, Fritz Kreisler, Ernesto Lecuona, Richard Rogers, and Victor Youmans. Rolls of every major company are represented in the collection.
Music score — 717 scores in 13 boxes ; 3 x 12 x 15 in.
The collection consists mostly of solo vocal music with piano accompaniment, including art songs, opera excerpts, folk songs, and sacred songs. There is also some choral music, both sacred and secular, for women's, men's, and mixed voices, and some piano arrangements.