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Faculty Composer Composition Recitals, 1962-1981
A list of cassettes of compositions by music faculty at the University at Buffalo. The contents were transferred from reel to reel tapes and do not always represent entire concert programs.
Fake Book Collection
Collection of more than 100 fake books, all fully cataloged in the University Libraries Catalog. The online index allows for searching by composer, lyricist, song title, and fake book title.
Feldman (Morton) Collection of Audio Recordings, circa 1966-1993 (Mus. Arc. 2.2)
The Morton Feldman Collection of Audio Recordings contains recordings from his personal collection of his works, events such as his memorial service, and works by other composers.
Feldman (Morton) Images by Jan Williams, 1974-1979 (Mus. Arc. 2.3)
The Morton Feldman Images by Jan Williams date from concert tours made by Morton Feldman and the University at Buffalo's Creative Associates in 1974, 1977, and 1979.
Feldman (Morton) Papers, 1950-1999 (Mus. Arc. 2.1)
The Morton Feldman Papers comprise personal and business correspondence, writings by and about Feldman, clippings, programs, and photographs.
Fesenmaier (Helene) Collection of Morton Feldman Correspondence, 1965-1977 (Mus. Arc. 2.5)
Collection of six manuscript letters written by Morton Feldman to Helene Fesenmaier and an annotated typescript of Feldman's article, The Anxiety of art. Note that digital copies are linked from the finding aid.
Frederick and Alice Slee: Musical Benefactors
Summary of exhibition curated by John Bewley held in the University at Buffalo Music Library, 2005. This exhibit is in commemoration of Frederick and Alice Slee and their contributions to musical life at the University at Buffalo, as well as Buffalo in general. It includes information about the Slee/Beethoven String Quartet performance series.
French Vocal Music Collection, 1780-1862 (Mus. Arc. 52)
Collection of 61 French Romances; pieces for one or two voices with accompaniment and a collection of French songs, romances and opera excerpts in keyboard-vocal scores. A total of 174 pieces, most published in Paris, early to mid-19th century; about 30 late 18th-century items are included.