Landkammer, Gustav, b. ca. 1900

Collection, 1920-1921: 1 folder

Gustav Landkammer, pianist, composer and author on music


autograph card (1921) with quotation from Gurre-Lieder
photographs (2 items: 1920), one with autograp dedication

Canino, Bruno, b. 1935

Collection, 2023, 1 folder


list with possible missprints in Wind Quintet op. 26

Music cited

op. 26

Die von Ethan Haimo und Sabine Feisst herausgegebene Sammlung früher Briefe Arnold Schönbergs ist in einer Übersetzung des Musikwissenschaftlers Akitsugu Sano auf Japanisch erschienen.

Das Arnold Schönberg Center digitalisiert gemeinfreie Schallplatten und macht sie zugänglich. Heute präsentieren wir eine Aufnahme mit zwei bedeutenden Schönberg-Interpreten.

Giannini, Juri (b. 1947)

Collection, 1924-1980 (1 folder)


typescript (1 item: 1924), preface Bagatellen op. 9, carbon copy, signed
record (1 item: 1980),  Hungaroton, SEP 22288, Zoltan Kocsis, op. 19

Neutra, Raymond (b. 1939)

Collection, 1941-2015: 1 folder

Raymond Neutra--son of the architect Richard Neutra (1892-1970). Epidemiologist, until his retirement he was chief of the Environmental Diseases Branch of the California Department of Public Health. The collection has a letter by Arnold Schönberg to his aunt, Regula Thorsten


correspondence (3 items: 1941-2015)


Nuria Schoenberg Nono (1 item: 2015), to Raymond Neutra, e-mail
Lawrence Scheonberg (1 item: undated), to Raymond Neutra
Raymond Neutra (1 items: 2015), to Nuria Schoenberg Nono, e-mail
Arnold Schönberg (1 item: 1941) to Regula Thorsten

Willnauer, Franz (b. 1933)

Collection, 1961-1996: 1 folder

Cultural manager, artistic director and journalist. 1987-90 Secretary General and 1991 Consultant of the Salzburg Festival. 1995-98 he was director of the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, 1999-2003 artistic director of the Beethoven Festival in Bonn.


Typescript "Die Stufen der 'Jakobsleiter'", 1961
Typescript "Arnold Schönbergs 'Jakobleiter", 1961
Typescript "Die Streichquartette der Wiener Schule" for radio broadcast, SWF 1973
Manuscripts and Typescripts "Kennnen Sie Schönberg?", 1974
Typescript "Zu Arnold Schönbergs Jakobsleiter", ca. 1977
Typescript "Die Sprossen der Jakobsleiter", 1989
Transcriptions of letters and writings by Arnold Schönberg
Newspaper Clippings and articles, 1961-1996
Booklets and folders, 1996 (Sächsische Staatskapelle, Universal Edition, WDDR)


Swaby Rice, Helen Bell (1916-2019)

Collection (1930-2019): 1 folder

Helen Swaby, noted violinist with many music awards both in Canada and the United States. Swaby and pianist Frances Mullen had played Schönberg’s Violin Concerto Op. 36 for him at his home on Rockingham Avenue in February 1940, to receive coaching from him. Following that encounter, the two artists played the concerto’s second movement on NBC Radio (before the work’s official premiere on December 6, 1940).


corresondence (3 item: 1940-2019) with Dorothy L. Crawford, Bill L. Rice, Arnold Schoenberg (to Gustav Arlt), Lawrence Schoenberg
music (1 item: 1940) printed violin part of Concerto for violin and orchestra op. 36, with many annotations and a handwritten commentary by Arnold Schönberg
photographs (ca. 1930-2016) of Helen Swaby
tapes (3 items: 1935-36) transfers of recorded exercises by Helen Swaby
texts (7 items, undated) recollections of meeting with Schoenberg, several annotated programs, clippings and booklets; obituaries Helen Swaby


Concerto for violin and orchestra op. 36

Schlüter, Wilhelm (b. 1939)

Collection, 2011: 1 folder

Former deputy director of the Darmstadt Summer Course for New Music


letter (1 item: 2017)
Documents (copies) on the creation of the logo of the "Darmstadt International Summer Course for New Music", designed by Paul Thesing