University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Eric Walter White:

An Inventory of His Papers at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: White, Eric Walter, 1905-1985
Title: Eric Walter White Papers
Dates: 1913-1985, 1987
Abstract: The papers of British musicologist, composer, translator, editor, poet, writer, and arts administrator Eric Walter White date from 1913 to 1987 and consist primarily of manuscripts, correspondence, and research materials related to his works on English opera, including his books on Benjamin Britten, Igor Stravinsky, and Michael Tippett. Also present are manuscripts and clippings of his poetry, short stories, reviews, articles, and lectures; papers related to his involvement with various arts organizations; and his personal correspondence, diaries, notebooks, photographs, and similar material.
Call Number: Manuscript Collection MS-4489
Extent: 54 document boxes, 9 oversize boxes, 3 galley folders (gf) (27.76 linear feet)
Language: English, French, German, and Italian
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Biographical Sketch

Musicologist, composer, translator, editor, poet, writer, and arts administrator Eric Walter White was born in Bristol, England, on September 10, 1905. He was the first of three sons born to Percy Walter White, a doctor, and Ethalind Charlotte Chambers White, a singer before her marriage. He was educated at Clifton College, Bristol (1916-1924) and Balliol College, Oxford (1924-1927). After receiving his B.A. from Oxford in English Language and Literature, with honors, White worked in Berlin and Potsdam as an English tutor for the Louis Hagen family. Through Hagen, White met silhouette artist and filmmaker Lotte Reiniger and collaborated with her on her films Harlequin (1932), for which White arranged and scored the musical accompaniment; The Little Chimney Sweep (1935), for which White arranged the musical accompaniment and wrote the scenario; and Galathea (1935), for which White composed the score. White published the scenario of The Little Chimney Sweep (1936) and wrote Walking Shadows (1931), a book-length essay on Reiniger's silhouette films, which brought her to the attention of the British public. White also published a book on the cinema, Parnassus to Let: An Essay about Rhythm in the Films (1928), and published the first essay in English on filmmaker Bertolt Brecht.

From 1929 to 1933, White worked as a translator and minute-writer at the League of Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, before returning to England. In 1935, he began working as an administrative officer in the Rural Department of the National Council of Social Service. In 1942, White was appointed Assistant Secretary of the Council for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts, and he continued in that office when it became the Arts Council of Great Britain in 1945 until his retirement in 1971. From 1966 to 1971, he also served as the Arts Council's first Literature Director. White was awarded the Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 1967 and the Queen's Silver Jubilee Medal in 1977.

An expert on English opera, White wrote The Rise of English Opera (1951) and The History of English Opera (1983). In addition, he compiled A Register of First Performances of English Operas and Semi-Operas from the 16th Century to 1980 (1983). White authored three books on Igor Stravinsky, including Stravinsky: The Composer and His Works (1966), as well as works on Benjamin Britten (Benjamin Britten: A Sketch of His Life and Works,1949; later revised edition titled Benjamin Britten: His Life and Operas, 1970) and Michael Tippett (Tippett and His Operas, 1979). He wrote numerous articles, reviews, entries in reference works, program notes for musical performances, and liner notes; lectured widely on topics relating to music and the Arts Council; organized music festivals; and contributed to several radio programs.

White also had an interest in poetry; he served as a founder, first secretary (1954-1971), and chair (1977-1979) of the Poetry Book Society and was involved with festivals such as the Cambridge Poetry Festival and Ilkey Literature Festival. He was a member of the committee for the National Manuscript Collection of Contemporary Poets (later Writers), established in 1963 by the Arts Council to purchase manuscripts of living British writers. White developed friendships with Patricia Beer, Ted Hughes, Stevie Smith, H. D., and other poets, and wrote a book on H. D, Images of H. D. (1976). White's own poetry was published in The Room and Other Poems, 1921-1926 (1927), A Tarot Deal (1962), and Beginnings (1976).

White married Edith Dorothy “Dodo” Swinburne (1909-1977) on December 15,1939, and they had two children: Valentine, who died young, and Sarah Swinburne White. Eric Walter White died in London on September 13, 1985.


Scope and Contents

Eric Walter White's papers, dating from 1913 to 1987, consist primarily of manuscripts, correspondence, and research materials related to his works on English opera, including his books on Benjamin Britten, Igor Stravinsky, and Michael Tippett. Also present are manuscripts and clippings of his poetry, short stories, reviews, articles, and lectures; papers related to his involvement with various arts organizations; and his personal correspondence, diaries, notebooks, photographs, and similar material. The collection is arranged in four series: I. Works and Subject Files (1913-1983 and undated, 30 boxes, 1 oversize box, 3 galley folders); II. Personal and Career-Related Material (1905-1983 and 1987, 18 boxes); Series. III. Correspondence (1923-1985 and undated, 5 boxes); and IV. Music Manuscripts (1920-1974 and undated, 6 oversize boxes).

White's file titles and contents have been maintained, although the files are now arranged alphabetically by title. Within files White usually placed materials in reverse chronological order, with the most recent items at the front. While most of the material is in English, some letters, drafts, and clippings are in French, German, and Italian.

As an arts administrator, a noted musicologist, and a published poet and composer, White came into contact with and developed friendships with notable writers, poets and musicians of the twentieth century, especially in England; these connections are reflected throughout the archive. In particular, White became close friends with German silhouette artist and filmmaker Lotte Reiniger, publisher Bettina Hurlimann, composers Michael Tippett and Benjamin Britten, and poets H. D., Ted Hughes (whom White assisted with an Arts Council grant and with the sale of his manuscripts), and Adrian Stokes. Correspondence and manuscripts by and about these individuals are a highlight of the White papers.

Manuscripts of most of White's own works are present, beginning with a poem written at age eight, “My Brother.” White's books The Arts Council of Great Britain, Benjamin Britten: A Sketch of His Life and Works (later revised and titled Benjamin Britten: His Life and Operas), A History of English Opera, Images of H. D., A Register of First Performances of English Operas, The Rise of English Opera, Poetry Book Society: The First Twenty-Five Years, Stravinsky: A Critical Survey, Stravinsky: The Composer and His Works, and Tippett and His Operas are represented by research notes, handwritten manuscripts, typescripts, proofs, and correspondence; however, only a typescript fragment of White's translation of Robert Siohan's Stravinsky, proofs of illustrations for his published scenario of The Little Chimney Sweep, and proofs of Parnassus to Let, Stravinsky's Sacrifice to Apollo, and Walking Shadows represent those works. Among manuscripts of White's short stories are the published “The Honest Lovers,” “Marie and the Journeyman,” “Mourning Sunshine,” “No Accident,” “Off the Road,” “Opatrnostr!,” “Wander Birds,” and “The Warm Brother.” White's numerous poems and his poetry collections Beginnings, The Room and Other Poems, A Tarot Deal, and the unpublished Poems: After The Room, are present, as are reviews, lectures, essays, liner notes, program notes, and reference entries, including his contributions to The Annual Register. An index of works by White and others provided at the end of this finding aid identifies all locations of a particular work, including the drafts in White's notebooks in Series II.

Files documenting the activities of festivals and organizations with which White was involved, such as the Arvon Foundation, Cambridge Poetry Festival, Consort of Musicke, David Jones Sociey, Ilkey Literature Festival, Little Missenden Festival, and the Society for Theatre Research, contain correspondence, agendas, meeting minutes, reports, and similar material. These are found in White's Personal and Career-Related Material in Series II. Other items located in the series include diaries, notebooks, scrapbooks, photographs, travel files, and files on Ted Hughes, Ninette De Valois, Bettina and Martin Hurlimann, among others. White's notebooks cover the years 1938 to 1980 and contain research notes, journal entries, and drafts of works and correspondence; the drafts and letters are accessible through the index of works and index of corresponents at the end of this finding aid.

Series III is made up of White's correspondence files. Major correspondents in White's papers include Benjamin Britten, H. D., Ted Hughes, Bettina Hurliamann, Lotte Reiniger, Adrian Stokes, Michael Tippett, Denis White, and Dodo White. In addition, there are one or more letters from W. H. Auden, Samuel Beckett, Patricia Beer, Edmund Blunden, Ronald Bottrall, James Bridie, Bryher, Basil Bunting, Charles Causley, T. S. Eliot, E. M. Forster, Christopher Fry, Roy Fuller, Eric Gill, Robert Graves, Thom Gunn, Hilda Doolittle, Seamus Heaney, Barbara Hepworth, David Jones, James Kirkup, Philip Larkin, Brian Patten, Peter Pears, John Piper, Sylvia Plath, William Plomer, Peter Porter, Peter Redgrove, Edgell Rickword, Siegfried Sassoon, George Bernard Shaw, Stevie Smith, Stephen Spender, Igor Stravinsky, Dylan Thomas, R. S. Thomas, Sylvia Townsend Warner, Vernon Watkins, Egon Wellesz, Johnathan Williams, Angus Wilson, Virginia Woolf, and many other significant poets, artists, and musicians of the twentieth century. While some correspondence is separated in White's correspondence files in Series III., much is scattered throughout his papers. A complete index of correspondents at the end of this finding aid contains locations for all correspondence in the collection, including drafts of White's outgoing letters found in his notebooks in Series II.

Series IV. Music Manuscripts consists of White's own compositions; original scores by Michael Tippett, John B. Cheshire, Julian Fuchs, Hans Gellhorn, John Guthrie, and Kerreth Quinn-Kinney; facsimiles of scores by Alan Stout; and transcriptions made by White of scores by Benjamin Britten, Igor Stravinsky, and Kurt Weill. The music manuscripts are included in the index of works located at the end of this finding aid.


Restrictions

Access:

Open for research


Index Terms

People
Britten, Benjamin, 1913-1976
H. D. (Hilda Doolittle), 1886-1961
Hughes, Ted, 1930-1998
Hürlimann, Bettina, 1909-1983
Hürlimann-Kiepenheuer, Martin
Reiniger, Lotte
Stravinsky, Igor, 1882-1971
Tippett, Michael, 1905-1998
Organizations
Arts Council of Great Britain
Poetry Book Society
Subjects
Animated films
Art and state
Art Festivals
Arts administrators
Arts--Finance
Arts--Management
Authors, English--20th century
English poetry--20th century
Musicologists
Musicology
Opera--Biography
Operas --Anaylysis, appreciation
Operas -- 20th century
Operas--Performances--England
Poets, English
Silhouettes
Document Types
Address books
Black-and-white photographs
Commonplace books
Correspondence
Diaries
Doodles
Drawings
Galley proofs
Greeting cards
Librettos
Newspaper clippings
Page proofs
Photographs
Postcards
Programs
Scores
Scrapbooks
Sheet music
Silhouettes

Related Material

The following Ransom Center collections also contain Eric Walter White-related materials:

  • Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.
  • Blakeston, Oswell
  • Scorpion Press
  • Shaw, George Bernard
  • Sitwell, Edith, Dame
Other institutions with Eric Walter White materials include:
  • McMaster University, William Ready Division of Archives and Research Collections. White fonds.
  • University of Calgary Library, Special Collections. Eric White fonds.
  • University of New Hampshire Library, Milne Special Collections. Sceptre Press Papers.
  • University of Tulsa, McFarlin Library, Department of Special Collections and University Archives. Additional Papers of John Rolph and the Scorpion Press.
  • Washington University in St. Louis Libraries, Department of Special Collections, Olin Library. Erica Marx Papers.
  • Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Bryher Papers and H. D. Papers.


Separated Material

279 books which arrived with the White Papers have been removed from the archive and cataloged separately with the Ransom Center's Library.

Two cassettes and two reel-to-reel tapes that arrived with the White Papers have been transferred to the Ransom Center's Sound Recordings Collection.

Two embroidered bookmarks have been removed from the White Papers and housed in the Center's Personal Effects Collection.


Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchase, 1992 (R12571)

Processed by:

Katherine Mosley, 2011


Sources:

Contemporary Authors Online, http://galenet.galegroup.com (accessed 26 March 2010).

"EWW", handwritten autobiography in White's 1977-1979 Notebook, folder 41.22, in the Ransom Center's Eric Walter White papers.

"Notes on the White and Chambers Families [for my Canadian nephews and nieces]", handwritten family notes in White's 1969D Notebook, folder 41.7, in the Ransom Center's Eric Walter White papers.


Series Descriptions

Series I. Works and Subject Files, 1913-1983, undated (30 boxes, 1 oversize box, 3 galley folders)

White's works and subject files are arranged alphabetically. White's books The Arts Council of Great Britain, A History of English Opera, A Register of First Performances of English Operas, The Rise of English Opera, and Poetry Book Society: The First Twenty-Five Years are represented by research notes, handwritten manuscripts, typescripts, proofs, and correspondence. A Register of First Performances of English Operas was published separately by the Society for Theatre Research, but because it was intended to be an appendix in A History of English Opera, drafts of the Register are also found with that work.
White's files on Benjamin Britten include his correspondence with Britten from 1946 to 1972; correspondence with others about Britten and his work; and research material, drafts, and publishing information from White's major work on Britten, Benjamin Britten: A Sketch of His Life and Works (later revised and titled Benjamin Britten: His Life and Operas), as well as his essays, reviews, program notes, and reference entries about Britten. Among the files on Britten are photographs, transcripts of radio broadcasts, clippings, tearsheets, and programs, all dating from 1934 to 1983.
Files on Igor Stravinsky include some correspondence with Stravinsky, correspondence about Stravinsky, and handwritten manuscripts of White's books Stravinsky: A Critical Survey and Stravinsky: The Composer and His Works; only page proofs of Stravinsky's Sacrifice to Apollo and a typescript fragment of White's translation of Robert Siohan's Stravinsky are present. The majority of the files contain material relating to White's numerous lectures, reviews, articles and essays, reference entries, and program notes about Stravinsky and his work.
White's files on Michael Tippett contain significant correspondence and manuscripts by Tippett, along with photographs, programs, clippings, and exhibition catalogs. White's book Tippett and His Operas is represented by correspondence, royalty statements, a bound handwritten manuscript, bound proofs, and photographs used as illustrations; typescripts of several of White's essays about Tippett are also present. Correspondence between Tippett and White dates from 1948 to 1981 and chronicles the composer's career; among noteworthy letters are those documenting Tippett's composition of his opera The Midsummer Marriage. Also present are typescript drafts of librettos, some with handwritten revisions, for The Midsummer Marriage, The Ice Break, The Knot Garden, and The Vision of Saint Augustine. Typescript synopses of The Knot Garden and King Priam are included. White arranged the commission of the cantata Crown of the Year for the centenary of Badminton School, and a program, advertising flyers, review clippings, and a printed text of that work are present. Other Tippett manuscripts in White's files include page proofs of Tippett's book Moving into Aquarius and a script of Tippett's 1972 contribution "Poets in a Barren Age" for the BBC's One Pair of Eyes documentary series. White served on the committee for the "Michael Tippett: A Man of Our Time" exhibition at Covent Garden Gallery in 1977, and his files relating to that exhibition include copies of the exhibition catalog.
An inscribed first page of Tippett's handwritten music manuscript of The Midsummer Marriage and his handwritten music manuscripts of Lullaby for Six Voices, Songs for Achilles, and Songs for Dov are located in Series IV. Music Manuscripts.
Files regarding Lotte Reiniger include her correspondence with White; handcut silhouettes, including moving figures; sketches and watercolors of Pygmalion designs and other subjects; watercolor postcards of Carmen and Papageno; film frames and photographs from many of her silhouette films; a handwritten alphabet book of poems and sketches Reiniger made for White when they travelled to Greece in 1936; printed postcards and greeting cards with Reiniger's illustrations; photographs of Reiniger and her husband Carl Koch; clippings about Reiniger; White's correspondence about setting up a trust for Reiniger; and her memorial service program. In addition, there are correspondence and proofs of White's book about Reiniger's work, Walking Shadows, and proofs of illustrations for his published scenario of The Little Chimney Sweep. A handwritten manuscript and a typescript of Arlequino: A commedia dell'art are filed separatedly in the Works series and are accompanied by a handwritten music manuscript and Reinger's summary and introduction.
A “Cinema” file contains correspondence and manuscripts related to film projects, as well as one typescript page of White's book Parnassus to Let, various articles by White about the cinema, and a typescript memoir by Lotte Reiniger about the development of the film industry in Berlin during the early twentieth century. White was originally chosen to compose the musical score for Bertold Bartosch's anti-war film St. Francis, and his notes and draft scenario are also located in this file.
White's friendship with H. D. began in Berlin in 1931; his files include correspondence with her, her companion Bryer, her daughter, Perdita Schaffner, and her literary agent Norman Holmes Pearson, as well as a typescript, proofs, and other material relating to White's book Images of H. D. Partly a literary biography, Images of H. D. also published an extract of her novel The Mystery for the first time; a photocopy typescript of that work is present.
Other subject files contain materials on Bertolt Brecht, Thomas Chatterton, English Farce Jigs, and Moravian Music, specifically John Antes.
White collected manuscripts of his essays and articles together; dating from 1925 to 1980, they are filed in reverse chronological order and are accompanied by his list providing publication citations. Files of “Reviews and Sketches” include typescripts of White's “reviews, notices, reports, programme notes, etc.” written between 1935 and 1960. Individual titles may be accessed via the Index of Works at the end of this finding aid.
White's poetry files include his privately printed greeting cards, memorials, and tributes from 1929 to 1973, some with illustrations by Lotte Reiniger and Terry Durham. A “Register of Poems” consists of his typescript and handwritten drafts of poems, accompanied by a list of the poems and their publication information. Handwritten manuscripts of White's published collection of poems Beginnings and his unpublished collection Poems: After The Room are present, as are proofs of Beginnings and The Room and Other Poems 1921-1926.
Because White compiled his drafts of short stories into a proposed collection titled “Mourning Sunshine and Other Stories,” all of his short stories are filed under that title in the Works series. In addition, a prospectus of Wander Birds is filed under that title, printed copies of the short story Mourning Sunshine are filed separately, and galley proofs of "The Warm Brother" are housed in galley files.
White also gathered proofs and some drafts of various of his published works into a “Proofs and Drafts” file. Larger galley proofs have been removed and housed with the Center's oversize galley files.
In 1979, White wrote several autobiographical essays as a proposed collection titled "Let Me Tell You a Little Story"; notes and handwritten manuscripts may be found under that title.
An index of works and titles provided at the end of this finding aid identifies all locations of a particular work, including the drafts in White's notebooks.



Series II. Personal and Career-Related Material, 1905-1983, 1987 (18 boxes)

White's personal and career-related materials include his account books, address books, commonplace books, datebooks, diaries, and notebooks; files relating to poets such as Ted Hughes and Ninette De Valois; files on Bettina and Martin Hurlimann; files relating to organizations and festivals with which White was involved; and personal files regarding White's wedding, the receipt of his CBE, his retirement from the Arts Council, his 75th birthday celebration, books White read and commented upon, lists of White's compositions and other works, family papers, a guest book, photographs, programs, scrapbooks of press cuttings, and travel files. Dating from 1905 to 1987, all of these materials are filed alphabetically using White's subject titles when present.
White's diaries date from 1921 to 1934 and encompass his time at Oxford University and in Germany, Switzerland, and the U.S.S.R.. His notebooks include drafts of various works as well as some journal entries and drafts of outgoing correspondence; they date from 1938 to 1980 and are filed chronologically.
Among White's “Poets and Poetry” files are those pertaining to Ted Hughes and especially his Cave Birds (White helped arrange its commission by the Ilkley Literature Festival); correspondence with and manuscripts by various poets, such as Martin Booth, Ronald Bottrall, Oliver Bradbury, Zulfikar Ghose, Anthony Smith, Jack Sweeney, and Shirley Toulson; and an autograph notebook containing poems written for White by friends at Oxford from 1926 to 1927. Perhaps of most significance among the Hughes manuscripts, in addition to the numerous and lengthy letters from Hughes (1961 to 1983), are a file relating to the publication of the Scolar Press limited edition of Cave Birds and its performance at the 1975 Ilkley Festival of Literature, a handwritten manuscript of "Wodwo", handwritten and typescript drafts of "Song for a Phallus", and a handwritten early version of "Conjuring in Heaven". Other Hughes manuscripts include photocopy typescripts of Cave Birds, Moortown, Remains of Elmet, and Seneca's Oedipus and photocopy drafts of various poems. General files of poetry-related correspondence also contain notes for the 1974 Stratford Poetry Festival and in particular White's “Personal Anthology” program, with his transcriptions of poems by other poets and photocopies of handwritten poems from what appears to be another autograph notebook used by White for poets he encountered. White and his family vacationed in Scilly, and typescripts of Michel Velmans' Les Iles de Scilly are present, as are poems by Ninette De Valois.
White met and dated Bettina Kiepenheuer while living in Germany in the 1920s; they remained close until her death in 1983, and numerous letters from both Bettina Kiepenheuer-Hurlimann and her husband, Swiss photographer and publisher Martin Hurlimann, are present throughout the archive as well as in White's specific files on the Hurlimanns. The Hurlimanns founded the publishing firm Atlantis Verlag, and publications by that company are present. Of note besides artwork and printed texts by Bettina Hurlimann are a typescript of her "Aladin: In Memory of Berthold Bartosch" and a bound handwritten manuscript of Hermes vom Penthelikon. White wrote the introduction to Martin Hurlimann's book of photographs London, and correspondence about that work is present.
White was involved with numerous festivals and organizations, and files relating to the Arvon Foundation, Cambridge Poetry Festival (including its founding), Consort of Musicke, David Jones Sociey, Ilkey Literature Festival, Little Missenden Festival, and The Society for Theatre Research include correspondence, reports, agendas, meeting minutes, and similar material. White worked with Vivian Ridler to establish the Perpetua Prize, and correspondence between the two men documents that award. White was instrumental in founding and served on the National Manuscript Collection of Contemporary Writers Committee; papers relating to that committee from 1975 to 1978 are filed under the heading of “Manuscripts.” White's interest in preserving the manuscripts of British poets and writers within England is also reflected in his correspondence with and about Ted Hughes, whose Cave Birds manuscripts White arranged for the Arts Council to purchase and then sell to the University of Exeter.
Doodles made by fellow attendees during committee and other organizational meetings were gathered by White in the hope of publishing them. Of special note are doodles by Laurie Lee and John Hayward.
Scrapbooks dating from 1927 to 1973 contain reviews and other clippings relating to White's own writings and musical performances, as well as those of Benjamin Britten and Michael Tippett.



Series III. Correspondence, 1923-1985, undated (5 boxes)

White's correspondence files include general correspondence, bound correspondence (some with explanatory notes by White), family and personal correspondence, correspondence regarding general literary matters, miscellaneous correspondence (both sorted and unsorted), and correspondence with publishers and editors, all dating from 1923 to 1985.
Significant correspondents in these files include Patricia Beer, John Betjeman, Steve Harris Brown, Roy Fuller, Seamus Heaney, David Jones, Andrew Kennedy, James Kirkup, Philip Larkin, Walter Lubar, John Moat, Brian Patten, Sylvia Plath, William Plomer, Stevie Smith, Stephen Spender, Adrian Stokes, Geoffrey Tillotson, Sylvia Townsend Warner, Vernon Watkins, Denis Naldrett White, Dodo (Dorothy) White, and Jonathan Williams, among many other notable literary and music figures.
An index of correspondents at the end of this finding aid contains locations for all correspondence in the collection.



Series IV. Music Manuscripts, 1920-1974, undated (6 oversize boxes)

The final series in the archive is comprised of music manuscripts by Eric Walter White, as well as musical works by Benjamin Britten, John B. Cheshire, Julian Fuchs, Hans Gellhorn, John Guthrie, Kerreth Quinn-Kinney, Alan Stout, Igor Stravinsky, Michael Tippett, and Kurt Weill; while some of these are original works in the hand of the composer, many are transcriptions made by White. Notable original manuscripts by other composers include Tippett's Lullaby, Songs for Achilles, Songs for Dov, and the title page and first page of his The Midsummer Marriage; John B. Cheshire's To My Heart; a full score of Julian Fuchs' 2 Baritone Songs; Hans Gellhorn's music for Lotte Reiniger's film Puss in Boots; and John Guthrie's compositions from the song cycles The Mandrake Heart and Poema de la Saeta. White's manuscripts of his own musical works include his scores for Rieniger's Arlequino, her film Harlekin, and her ballet Pygmalion; scores for puppet shows written with Barry Thatcher; The Charm: A Comic Opera; Eva Dear and Willie; The Japanese Lover; A Kiss, I Begg'd; The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife; Sahara; Le Serment; Three Songs from Cyprus; Toy Suite; and many others. White encountered Gioachino Rossini's last composition, Une Réjouissance, in a library in Rome and edited the piano score for publication by Faber in 1966; while White's original transcription is in his 1966A notebook, two copies of his score are housed with music manuscripts.
White's scrapbooks, located in Series II. Personal and Career-Related Material, provide reviews, programs, and more detailed information about his musical compositions.



Container List

Series I. Works and Subject Files, 1913-1983, undated

Arlequino: A commedia dell'art [with Lotte Reiniger]
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1.1 Handwritten manuscript and lyrics, in notebook, 1934
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1.2 Typescript by White, with typescript appendix, list of silhouettes by Reiniger, and lyrics; typescript summary and program in German [by Reiniger]; typescript introduction by Reiniger; handwritten music manuscript, [1934]
The Arts Council of Great Britain
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1.3 Research notes, in notebook, 1972; with drafts of International Encyclopedia of Opera entries, undated
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1.4 Handwritten manuscript, bound, 7 April 1973
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1.5-2.1 Correspondence, clippings, royalty statements, and typescript preface and other pages, 1971-1977
Balfe, Michael
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2.2 Research notes, correspondence, and typescripts about Balfe, 1955, 1959, undated; with typescript drafts about John O'Keefe's The Castle of Andalusia, undated, and typescript draft page of White's “Stravinsky” contribution to European Music in the 20th Century, [1957]
Beginnings
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2.3 Handwritten manuscript, bound, 1971
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49.4 Typescript drafts of introduction, 1973-1974
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49.3 Bound proofs, 1976
Brecht, Bertolt
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2.4 ‘Brecht's ts.' “Verfremdungseffekte in der chinesischen Schauspielkunst" [translated by White as “The Fourth Wall of China: Disillusion Effects in the Chinese Theatre”], German typescript with handwritten English translation notes, undated
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2.5 Clippings, 1928-1963
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2.6 Correspondence, 1961-1962; with list of items loaned to Brecht exhibition, 1976
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2.7-3.1 Theater programs, 1956-1973; with communiqué from Brecht to Berliner Ensemble, 5 August1956, and whole issues of ADAM International Review no. 254, 1956; Encounter no. 34, July 1956; The London Magazine, vol. 3 no. 11, November 1956; and The Twentieth Century, August 1956
Britten, Benjamin
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3.2-3.3 Benjamin Britten: A Sketch of His Life and Works, handwritten manuscripts in two notebooks, 1947-1948; with draft pages of The Rise of English Opera, [1948], and Stravinsky lecture and essay, 1949
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3.4 “Benjamin Britten and Death in Venice,” handwritten manuscript in notebook, [1975]; with “Stravinsky” [Contribution to Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians]
Benjamin Britten: His Life and Operas
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39.4-5 Notes and draft pages, in two notebooks, 1953
[Faber and Faber 1970 edition]
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3.5-4.1 Composite handwritten manuscript and printed text of the 1954 edition with handwritten revisions, bound in two volumes, 1970
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63 Artwork by John Piper
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4.2 Reviews, 1970
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4.3 [Faber and Faber 1982 paperback edition], 'Revision schedule by John Evans,' December 1981; with publishing contract, 1954 and 1966; royalty statement, 1966; and added typescript pages, 1977
'Britten'
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4.4, gf Photographs of Britten and productions of his works; correspondence; galley proof of Gloriana; typescript reviews by Olin Downes; English Opera Group reports; clippings; tearsheets; whole issue of Music and Musicians vol. 1, no. 3; transcriptions of published reviews and radio broadcasts; and Columbia University Paul Bunyan program; 1934- 1976
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4.5 Correspondence, notes, transcripts of radio broadcasts, typescript lists of productions, clippings, tearsheets, whole issue of Composer no. 12, English Opera Group newsletter, Decca Group Records catalogs, photocopy music manuscripts, and publishing contract, 1946-1976
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5.1-2, gf '1971-1977,' correspondence, handwritten manuscripts about Britten by White, corrected galley proofs of "Voyages with Britten," radio transcript of White's "Owen Wingrave," flyers, press releases, and clippings,1971-1977, 1980
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5.3 '1978- ,' correspondence, press release, Newslink 22, photocopy Peter Grimes libretto, program and typescript of White's program notes for Britten's Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, 1978; with royalty statements for Benjamin Britten: His Life and Operas, 1970-1979, and Armenian Holiday: A Diary (August 1965) by Peter Pears
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5.4 'Reviews cutting,' clippings of reviews for Faber and Faber paperback edition of Benjamin Britten: His Life and Operas, 1983; with reviews of A History of English Opera, 1983
Correspondence files
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5.5-6 [1937], '1946-1953,' [1954]
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5.7-6.1 '1951-1962'
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6.2-3 '1963-1970,' [1971, 1982]
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6.4 Letters from Britten to White, 1950-1976
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6.5, 52.4-53.4 Programs; catalogs; Faber Music News; Boosey & Hawkes Information Bulletin; USSR Union of Composers Foreign Commission Information Bulletin no. 1; and whole issues of Con Brio, no. 1; Horizon, vol. X, no. 55 and no. 56; Musical Monthly Record, vol. 68, no. 800; Das Musikleben, volume 5, no. 4; Opera, vol. 12, no. 1; Schweizerische Musikzeitung, vol. 90, number 4; Time, vol. LI, no. 7; 1948-1967, undated
“Chatterton and the English Burletta”
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6.6 '[Thomas] Chatterton,' handwritten and typescript drafts, offprint, and correspondence, 1953- 1964; with typescript transcription of Chatterton's "Amphitryon" and music manuscript titled "May" ["The Invitation," from Chatterton's The Revenge]
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6.7 Offprint from The Review of English Studies, bound with handwritten transcription of Chatterton’s "Amphitryon," [1958]
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7.1 'Cinema: Parnassus to Let, Walking Shadows, etc.,' correspondence; typescript page of Parnassus to Let; handwritten manuscript by Lotte Reiniger and typescript by White regarding a proposed silhouette film Metamorphoses; handwritten and typescript draft scenario and handwritten notes by White for a film [St. Francis] by Bertold Bartosch; typescripts of White's "Memorandum on the International Development of the Cinema,""The Rise of the Cinema in Soviet Russia," and "The Music to Harlequin"; typescript by Lotte Reiniger of What I Remember of Film Development in Berlin; and copies of The Film Society Programme, 1928-1939
'English Farce Jigs'
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7.2 Correspondence, outline of proposed book, programs, handwritten and typescript drafts of performing edition of The Wooing of Nan by Christopher Marlowe, and Michael and Frances excerpt, 1952-1964
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39.2-3 Research notes, in two notebooks, 1952
'Essays and Articles'
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7.3 1925-1944
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7.4 1945-1953
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7.5 1954-1957
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8.1-2 1958-1966
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8.3, gf 1967-1970
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8.4-5, gf 1971-1973
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8.6-7 1974-[1980]
A History of English Opera
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9.1-10.2 Handwritten manuscript, bound, 1968-1975
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11.1-12.1 Typescript with handwritten revisions, undated; with correspondence and list of editor's queries, 1979-1982. Includes A Register of First Performances of English Operas
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12.2-3 'Documents etc.,' research material, 1885-1974, undated; including Carl Rosa Opera Company Prospectus, 1885, and The Falmouth Opera Singers 1923 to 1946, with handwritten and typescript addenda to 1958
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12.4 'Half-tone blocks,' bound illustrations used and considered, undated
'English Opera 1961-1977 and Documents,' correspondence
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12.5 January 1955-December 1960
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13.1 January 1961-December 1971
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13.2-3 1972-1977
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13.4-5 1978-[1981]
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5.4 Reviews, 1983
Images of H. D.
'Bryher/H. D. and Misc. good letters'
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13.6 'Bryher etc.,' correspondence, 1957-1976
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14.1 'H. D.,' correspondence and handwritten manuscript, 1933, 1960-1980; with The Poetry of H. D. manuscript and typescript, 1972, and Commemorative Evening for H. D. program and typescripts, 1964
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14.2 'Images of H. D.,' typescript, page proofs, royalty statement, correspondence, and photocopy typescript of Doolittle’s The Mystery, 1975-1977
Let Me Tell You a Little Story [collection of autobiographical essays]
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41.25 Notes and handwritten manuscript, in notebook, 1979
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14.3 Handwritten manuscript, with typescripts of Introduction, 1979
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14.4 "The Lost Music of Davenport's Operas," handwritten manuscript; with issue of The Musical Times, September 1965
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24.8 Men in the Moon [play], handwritten manuscript, 1952; in notebook with The Three Sisters of Landermere
‘Moravian Music’ [“Tribute to John Antes”]
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14.5 Correspondence, 1960-1962, 1969; with transcription of manuscript by C. I. La Trobe and J. A. La Trobe
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14.6 Correspondence, 1974-1975
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39.26 Research notes, in notebook, 1961
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14.7-8, 63 Research material, handwritten research notes, Moravian Music Foundation publications, music festival and performance programs, offprints, pamphlets, postcards, and photographs, 1956-1961; with flyer for lecture by White and offprint of his “Tribute to John Antes,” 1961
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15.1 “Revised version,” typescript with handwritten revisions, [1961]
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gf Galley proof with handwritten revisions, [Western Daily Press, 1961]
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15.2 Mourning Sunshine, two printed copies, one with handwritten list of recipients, 1929
Mourning Sunshine and Other Stories
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15.3 Typescript stories, some with handwritten revisions, undated
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15.4 Typescript with handwritten revisions, titled “The Boy Who Disappeared and Other Stories,” [1968]
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15.5-6 Typescript with handwritten revisions, undated; with tearsheets of “No Accident,” 1937
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15.7 Poems: After The Room, handwritten manuscript, bound, circa 1929
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15.8-16.4 Poetry (see also Beginnings, The Room and Other Poems, 1921-1962, Poems: After The Room, and A Tarot Deal)
Privately printed greeting cards, memorials, and tributes, 1929-1973
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16.5 Christmas Poems 1924-1933, boxed printed texts with handwritten title page and table of contents, [1933]
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16.6 “The Thirty-Ninth Rose: In Memoriam Edith Dorothy White (Dodo),” printed copy, corrected proofs, correspondence, and Poet & Printer printing samples,1977- 1978
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16.7 “Winter Poems, Christmas 1921,” two printed copies, 1921
‘Register of Poems’ [lists of poems and publication information, along with typescript and handwritten drafts of poems]
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16.8-17.1 1913-1961 [1968]; with Islington Poets program, 1967
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17.2-3 1962-[1975]; with Stroud Festival “Cotswald Celebration,” 1974
Poetry Book Society: The First Twenty-Five Years [editor]
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17.4 Agendas, reports, correspondence, handwritten notes, handwritten manuscript of the Introduction, and review clipping, 1978-1979
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17.5-6 ‘Choices and Recommendations 1954-1978,’ typescript poems and handwritten transcriptions of poems by various authors, correspondence, agendas, reports, and handwritten notes, 1960-1979; with program for “The Poet in the Theatre” [Sweeney Agonistes by T.S. Eliot, Purgatory by W. B. Yeats, and Krapp’s Last Tape by Samuel Becket], undated
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17.7-8 Poetry Supplements, 1957-1971; Guinness Poetry Award 1956-1957 Winning Poems; and photocopies of printed poems, undated
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gf Proofs, with handwritten and typescript addition
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18.1-3, gf ‘Proofs and Drafts,’ galley and page proofs, some with handwritten revisions, of “Crown of the Year,” “Homage to T. S. Eliot,” Michael Tippett: A Biographical Sketch,” Poetry Supplement Christmas 1966, “Misuk,” “Portrait of a Composer: For Michael Tippett’s 60th Birthday,” The Room and Other Poems, 1921- 1926, Stravinsky’s Sacrifice to Apollo, Walking Shadows, and The Watch Tower and Other Lyrics; with handwritten and typescript drafts of “Crown of the Year,” “Greek Shadow Theatre,” “Homage to T. S. Eliot,” “Michael Tippett: A Biographical Sketch,” “Poem to Accompany the Presentation of a Piece of Punic Pottery to Peter Porter,” “Reminiscences of H. D.,” and “Sans Souci, 1928;” A Tarot Deal dust jacket; A Little Chimney Sweep plates; and galley proofs of Tresco Treasure Hunt by White and Sarah White; 1927-1966
A Register of First Performances of English Operas
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11.5 Typescript with handwritten revisions, 1979
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11.6-12.1 Two typescripts with handwritten revisions, one used as printer’s copy, 1981; with handwritten and typed index of titles and correspondence, 1980-1981
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18.4 “The Rehearsal of an Opera,” handwritten notes, [1959] (see also Essays and Articles 1958-1966)
Reiniger, Lotte
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18.5 The Adventures of Prince Achmed, unbound plates in portfolio, 1926
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18.6 Attempt of a Poetic Diary [handwritten poems and sketches by Reiniger, including “Theatre [Antoni] Molla,” “Tears on a Birthday,” and “Woide’s Birthday in Greece”], 1936
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18.7-8, 63 Clippings, 1929-1981; with whole issues of Close Up, vol. VIII, no. 4, December 1931 and vol. IX, no. 3, September 1932
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18.9 Clippings, typescript film and biographical information, brochures, Reiniger’s notes and sketches, and handwritten music manuscripts by Wolfgang Zeller, 1930-1970
Correspondence
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18.10 1935-1937
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18.11 1935-1939, 194_
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19.1 1937-1939
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19.2 1939-1948
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19.3 Handpainted watercolor postcards of Carmen and Papageno, 1932-1935
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19.4 Silhouette postcards, 1929, 1952, undated
‘Film cuttings’ [frames of film], undated
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19.5 Galathea and others, 1935, undated
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19.6 Harlequin, The Idea, The Little Chimney Sweep, Puss in Boots, The Rolling Wheel, and Ten Minutes with Mozart, 1930-1935; with pencil drawings, undated
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56 Harlequin and Ten Minutes with Mozart, glass negatives, [1930-1931]
Film scenes [photographs and photograph postcards]
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19.7 The Adventures of Prince Achmed, Galathea, The Golden Goose [The Goose That Laid the Golden Eggs], Harlequin, The Little Chimney Sweep, The Pursuit of Happiness, and others, 1923-1945, undated
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19.8 The Little Chimney Sweep, 1935
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19.9 The Pursuit of Happiness, stills and production photographs, including Bertold Bartosch, Catherine Hessling, Lotte Reiniger, and Jean Renoir, 1929; with program, 1930
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19.10-11 Handbills, programs, and exhibition catalogs, 1935-1982
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19.12 The Little Chimney Sweep, proofs of illustrations, 1936
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19.13 A Little Greek Salad in form of an Alphabet for the Traveller in Greece by His Travelling Companion [handwritten alphabet poems and sketches by Reiniger], 1936
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20.1 Memorial service program, 1981
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20.2 “Moving Silhouettes,” printed article by Reiniger, in whole issue of Film Art, vol. III, no. 8, 1936
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20.3 Photographs of Reiniger, Carl Koch, Eric White, and others, 1933-1948, undated
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20.4 Printed postcards and greeting cards illustrated by Reiniger, 1934-1956
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20.5 R.A.I.N. Trust, correspondence, 1966-1967
Silhouettes by Reiniger (see also bound correspondence)
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20.6-7 1929-1969, primarily for Arlequino; with An Impression of the Shadow Theatre lithograph by John Piper on card cut-out, for the 1956 Observer Film Exhibition
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56 Moving silhouette figures, undated
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20.8 Scrapbook, undated; with pencil sketches, undated
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20.9 Scrapbook of silhouettes of White, undated
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20.10 A Tennis Match, undated
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55 Sketchbook with Pygmalion pencil and watercolor drawings, undated
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20.11 Sketches and watercolors, Antibes, 1939, undated
Walking Shadows: An Essay on Lotte Reiniger’s Silhouette Films
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7.1 Correspondence, 1931
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gf Galley proofs, [1931]
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18.1 Page proofs, 1931
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20.12 ‘Reviews and Sketches,’ typescripts, some with handwritten revisions, of ‘reviews, notices, reports, programme notes, etc.,’ 1935-1960; with Arthur Ewart exhibition catalog and Les Noces, Holland Festival, and This Way to the Tomb! programs, 1945-1950
The Rise of English Opera
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3.3 Handwritten draft pages, [1948], in notebook containing Benjamin Britten: A Sketch of His Life and Works manuscript
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38.8 ‘Extra Material,’ handwritten additions, in notebook, [1951]
Correspondence
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20.13-14 August 1948-June 1950; with royalty statements, 1951-1957, and corrected typescript of chapter four, undated
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21.1-2 July 1950-December 1951
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21.3-4 January 1952-December 1954
The Room and Other Poems, 1921-1926
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18.2 Uncut page proofs, 1927
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21.5 High House Press catalogs, 1927
Stravinsky, Igor
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3.4 Contribution to Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, handwritten manuscript, in notebook with “Benjamin Britten and Death in Venice,” [1975]
Correspondence
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21.6 Abravanel, Maurice, 1981
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21.7 From Stravinsky, 1931, 1933, 1950-1967
Regarding White’s research, lectures, contributions, and collections of/about Stravinsky
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21.8-9 ‘1974-1978’
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22.1-2 ‘1974-1978’
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3.3 Essay by White on Stravinsky’s The Symphony in Three Movements, for Music Magazine, 30 October 1949, in notebook containing Benjamin Britten: A Sketch of His Life and Works manuscript
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22.3 “The Firebird: A Publishing History,” typescript, undated
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22.4 “Igor Stravinsky 1882-1971,” in whole issue of Youth and Music News no. 28, September 1971
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22.5 “Igor Stravinsky” [Encyclopedia Britannica], offprint, 1974
Lecture by White on Stravinsky at Queen Mary Hall, Y.W.L.A., 22 October [1949]
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3.2 Handwritten draft, in notebook containing Benjamin Britten: A Sketch of His Life and Works manuscript
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22.6 ‘Music Notes,’ handwritten music manuscripts, [1949]
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22.7 News from Ustilug: Stravinsky’s Teen-Age Letters to His Parents [translations by Sarah S. White of Stravinsky’s letters, with commentary by Eric Walter White], typescript and handwritten manuscript by Eric Walter White, 1973; with photocopy excerpts from a Russian work on Feodor Stravinsky, 1972
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18.2 Stravinsky by Robert Siohan, typescript fragment of translation by White, undated, on versos of drafts of “Poem to Accompany the Presentation...”
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22.8 Stravinsky: A Critical Survey, handwritten manuscript, bound, 1946
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22.9 “Stravinsky As Seen by Some of His Friends and Associates,” typescript with handwritten revisions, undated
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22.10 Stravinsky Centenary catalog, 1982
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22.11 Stravinsky Festival correspondence, program, and press releases, 1979
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gf “Stravinsky – Latterday Symphonist,” corrected Horizon galley proofs, undated
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22.12 “Stravinsky the Borrower,” typescript with handwritten revisions, undated
Stravinsky: The Composer and His Works
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23.1-24.1 Handwritten manuscript, bound in four volumes, 1961-1966
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24.2-3 ‘Music Examples for Stravinsky,’ handwritten music manuscripts in notebook and engraved transparencies with handwritten revisions, 1963
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24.4 Photographs of Stravinsky and his manuscripts, most used as illustrations, 1910-1964
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24.5 Reviews and advertisement, 1979-1980
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18.1 Stravinsky’s Sacrifice to Apollo, page proofs with handwritten revisions, 1930
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24.6 “Two Early Works by Stravinsky: The Piano Scherzo (1902) and the Piano Sonata (1903-4),” typescript drafts, undated; typescript by Charles M. Joseph, undated; handwritten notes on “The Rake’s Progress: Stravinsky and the Theatre,” 1977; and catalogs of White’s Stravinksy collection donated to the Bodleian Library at Oxford and the University of Sussex Library, undated
A Tarot Deal
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24.7 Correspondence, royalty statements, list of recipients, publishing agreement, and review clippings, 1961-1970
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* Contemporary Poets Reading Their Own Poems: Eric Walter White from A Tarot Deal, The British Council Recorded Sound Section, originally recorded 16 December 1970 (*reel-to-reel tapes transferred to Sound Recordings Collection)
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24.8 The Three Sisters of Landermere [play written for The Landermere Players, which included White’s daughter Sarah and other children], handwritten manuscript and photographs, 1951, in notebook with Men in the Moon; with typescript program, 1951
Tippett, Michael
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25.1 “Before the Curtain Rises...,” handwritten manuscript and two typescripts with handwritten revisions, 1974
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25.2 Clippings, 60th birthday invitation, and University of Cambridge honorary degree program, 1954-1974
Correspondence
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25.3 ‘1948 [1955]-1963;’ with typescript of Tippett’s Love in Opera, undated
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25.4 ‘1964-1973;’ with typescripts of White’s “Before the Curtain Rises...” and “Michael Tippett: Man and Musician,” 1974; whole issue of Das Musik Leben July/August 1979; list of Tippett manuscript locations, 1968; and list of donors to Tippett 60th birthday presentation, 1965
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25.5 ‘1974-[1981]’
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25.6 ‘Northwestern University, Evanston,’ 1970- 1972; with list of White’s poems issued as Christmas cards, 1971
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25.7 Postcards from Tippett, 1949-1976; with slides of Tippett and others, undated
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25.8 “Michael Tippett: A Biographical Sketch,” typescript with handwritten revisions, undated; with handwritten notes and additional manuscript material, undated
“Michael Tippett: A Man of Our Time” exhibition
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25.9 Correspondence, notes, list of items, and press release, 1977
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26.1-2 Exhibition catalog, two copies, 1977
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26.3 “Michael Tippett: Man and Musician,” typescript with handwritten revisions, 1974; typescript French translation, three copies, undated
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26.4 “The Midsummer Marriage,” typescript with handwritten revisions, [1955]
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26.5 “The Music of Michael Tippett,” typescript with handwritten revisions, 1972
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26.6 Photographs of Tippet by Martin Hürlimann, January 1963
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26.7 “Portrait of a Composer: For Michael Tippett’s 60th Birthday,” typescript with handwritten revisions, 1965
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26.8-10, 53.5-54.4 ‘Programmes,’ festival and performance programs, clippings, publisher promotional materials, bibliography, Tippett in Focus, and Northwestern University press releases, 1946-1983
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26.11, 63 ‘Programmes, articles, etc.,’ performance programs; publications; brochures; offprints and excerpts of published texts by Tippett; and photocopy typescript of Tippett’s “T. S. Eliot & A Child of Our Time;” 1953-1978, undated
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26.12 ‘Programmes of first performances [photostats],’ 1955-1977; with clippings, 1962-1978
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26.13 ‘Prospectuses,’ publisher catalogs and promotional material, 1964-1977, undated
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27.1 ‘60th Birthday Presentation,’ correspondence and lists of donors, 1964-1965
Tippett and His Operas
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27.2 Correspondence, royalty statements, and clippings, 1977-1982
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27.3 Handwritten manuscript, bound, 1978
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27.4 Photographs used as illustrations, 1955-1978, undated
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27.5 Bound proofs with handwritten revisions, 1979
Works by Tippett
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27.6 Crown of the Year, printed text; with program, flyers, notes, and clippings, 1958
The Ice Break
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28.1 First draft of libretto, photocopy typescript, 6 March 1973
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28.2 Photocopy typescript libretto, 1976
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28.3 Bound photocopy typescript libretto, 17 January 1977
King Priam
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28.4 Proofs of libretto and typescript synopsis by Tippett titled “Story of the Opera,” undated
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28.5 Typescript of “King Priam: Some Questions & Answers” by Tippett, undated; handwritten summary by Tippett, [1961]; and list of amendments to orchestral parts of Covent Garden performances by John Pritchard, 1962
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28.6 The Knot Garden, typescript with handwritten revisions of first draft of synopsis, titled “A Touch of Caliban,” April 1965; typescript, 8 November 1965; and correspondence, 1963-1965
The Midsummer Marriage
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28.7 Correspondence, 1948-1955, 1979; with handwritten notes and typescript draft of Act III and with clipping of Tippett’s “Moving into Aquarius”
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28.8 Photographs of music manuscripts, Tippett, and pages from The Country Housewife’s Garden, 1963, undated; with one negative transparency
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28.9 Typescripts, one with handwritten revisions, undated
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28.10 Moving into Aquarius, unbound page proofs, 1959
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28.11 “Poets in a Barren Age” [One Pair of Eyes series], script, 1972
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28.12 The Vision of Saint Augustine, mimeograph typescript, [1963]
“Tribute to John Antes” (see ‘Moravian Music’)
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5.2 “Verse, Prose & Voice: A Note On Some English Opera Librettos of the 20th Century” [lecture at Aldeburgh Festival], handwritten manuscript and typescript, 1977
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28.13 Wander Birds, printed prospectus from The Perpetua Press, January 1934
The Watch Tower and Other Lyrics
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28.14 Title page layouts and correspondence, 1949
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gf Galley proofs, 1949



Series II. Personal and Career-Related Material, 1905-1983, 1987

Account books
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28.15 1938-1944
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29.1 1945-1951
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29.2 1951-1957
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29.3 1957-1965
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29.4-6 Address books, undated
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29.7 ‘Appointments,’ employment correspondence and agreement, 1925-1970; with training and school certificates, 1923-1924
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30.1-2 ‘Arvon Foundation,’ correspondence, minutes, agendas, financial reports, memorandum, and articles of association, 1972-1979; with Robert Gathorne-Hardy Memorial materials, 1973
‘Books That I Have Read’ [handwritten manuscript reviews, in notebooks]
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30.3 1919-1921
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30.4 1921-1923
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30.5 1923-1926
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30.6 ‘C.B.E.,’ letters of congratulation, list of telephoned congratulations, and statutes, 1957, 1965-1966
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31.1-2 ‘Cambridge Poetry Festival,’ correspondence, minutes, agendas, account statements, proposals, and flyers, 1973-1977
Commonplace books
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31.3 Undated [1922 or later]
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31.4 1925-1927
Consort of Musicke
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31.5 Programs and reports, 1972-1977, undated
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31.6 Correspondence, programs, minutes, agendas, and reports, 1974-1975
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31.7 ‘Early Music Festival,’ minutes, agendas, rules, programs, correspondence, and notes, 1975- 1976
Datebooks
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31.8 1924; including list of correspondence
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32.1 1928
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32.2 1929
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32.3 1931
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32.4 1932
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32.5 1933
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32.6 1935
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32.7 1937
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32.8 1938
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33.1 1939
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33.2 1940
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33.3 1980
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33.4 David Jones Society, newsletters, conference schedule, publisher advertisements, list made by Tony Stoneburner of letters by David Jones, and typescripts of White’s “Quelques Rencontres avec David Jones” and “Rencontres Poetiques du Mont St Michel,” 1975-1980
Diaries
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33.5 May 1921-August 1922; with clippings, pianoforte adjudicator’s reports, program, and other ephemera inserted
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33.6 1924, ‘The Diary of a Romantic before Oxford,’ [1928]; with flyer for Faust, 1905
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33.7 Summer 1926, ‘Sub Monte Rosa: A Diary Written in Riva Valdobbia, volume I’
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33.8 Summer 1926 and 1927, ‘Sub Monte Rosa: A Diary Written in Riva Valdobbia, volume II’
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34.1 1928, ‘From My Bedroom above Berlin;’ with ink drawing titled “Study of My Left Hand” and untitled ink drawing pasted in
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34.2 1928, ‘Potsdam Is Not So Imperial as It Was,’ with silhouette cutouts by Robert David and Lotte Reiniger and sketches by Bettina Hürlimann pasted in
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34.3, 63 May-June 1934 ‘Diary of a Journey to the U.S.S.R.’
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34.4 ‘Doodles,’ drawings by Roy Fuller, John Hayward, Laurie Lee, George Macbeth, George Malcolm, Henry Moore, William Plomer, Stephen Spender, Ken Thomson, Edward Lucie-Smith, and Anthony Thwaite, 1949-1973
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34.5 ‘Epithalamium’ (see also folder 38.2), correspondence, handwritten table of contents, wedding reception guest list and table seating, list of wedding presents, and clippings, 1939
Family papers
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34.6 Genealogy papers, undated
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34.7 Percy White, 1903-1908, 1936
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34.8 Will of Ethelind Charlotte White, 1951
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34.9 Guest book, 1940-1979
Hürlimann-Kiepenheuer, Bettina and Martin
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34.10-11 Atlantis, three issues, June 1930, June 1934, and February 1935; Atlantis-Almanach 1958
‘Bettina Drawings, Typography, etc.’
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35.1-2 Correspondence, memorials, photographs, special April 1957 issue of Atlantis, published tribute to Martin Hürlimann, typescript of “Chinareise [A Trip to China],” and typescript of Bettina Hürlimann’s “Aladin: In Memory of Berthold Bartosch,” 1957-1983
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35.3-5, 63 Artwork and printed texts, 1929-1972, undated
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35.6 Atlantis Verlag publications, 1966-1971, undated
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35.7 Hermes vom Penthelikon, bound handwritten manuscript, 1955
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35.8 London, correspondence, 1955-1956
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36.1 ‘Ilkey [Literature] Festival,’ correspondence, 1971- 1977
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36.2 ‘Investments Catalogues, Lists, Previous Publications, etc.,’ typescript lists of ballets and operas; typescript catalog of artwork owned by White; typescript bibliography of works by White; typescript lists of compositions and songs; handwritten list of payments for works; and programs of White’s performances, 1912- 1940, undated
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36.3 La Rose, John. Kaiso Calypso Music: David Rudder in Conversation with John La Rose, typescript fragment, [1987]
Little Missenden Festival
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36.4-36.7 Correspondence, agendas, reports, pamphlets, programs, and constitution, 1970-1981
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36.8 Programs, 1975-1978
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36.9 Slade Centenary Exhibition catalog of Edna Clarke Hall drawings and watercolors, 1971; Scoop poetry magazine, undated; and The Little Missenden Poetry Missile, 1974
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37.1-2 ‘Manuscripts’ [National Manuscript Collection of Contemporary Writers Committee] agendas, minutes, balance sheet, and correspondence, 1975-1978
‘Music – General’
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37.3-4 ‘1953-1973,’ correspondence; with Hans Henze catalog, 1968, and program, 1973
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37.5 ‘1977-1980,’ correspondence; Man of Action contract; music catalog; and The Pig Organ press release, program, and review clippings
Notebooks
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38.1 1938-1948
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38.2 1939[-1945] ‘Antibes’
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38.3 October 1949 ‘Switzerland, Italy’
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38.4-5 1950 (A, B)
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38.6 1950-1951 (C)
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38.7 1951 (A)
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38.8 1951 (B) ‘Extra Material for The Rise of English Opera’)
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38.9 May-June 1952 (A) ‘Italian Notebook’
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39.1 1952 (B)
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39.2-3 1952 (C-D) ‘English Farce Jigs’
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39.4 1953 (A) ‘Benjamin Britten notebook’
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39.5 1953 (B) ‘Italy, May 1953’
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39.6 1953 (C) ‘Trip to Switzerland and Italy August – September 1953’
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39.7 1954 (A) ‘Trip to Switzerland Italy Yogoslavia’
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39.8 1954 (B)
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39.9 1955 (A)
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39.10 1955 (B) ‘Visits to Italy & France’
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39.11-12 1956 (A, B)
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39.13-15 1957 (A, B, C)
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39.16 1958 (A) ‘Holiday in Italy & Yugoslavia’
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39.17-20 1959 (A, B, C, D)
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39.21-22 1960 (A, B)
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39.23 1960 (C) ‘Michael Tippett’
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39.24-25 1960 ‘Canada & the United States’
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39.26 1961 (A) ‘Moravian Notes’
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39.27 1961 (B) ‘Greece’
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40.1 1961 (C)
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40.2 1962 (A)
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40.3 1962 (B) ‘Florence Elba Corsica’
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40.4-5 1962 (C, D)
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40.6 1963 (A) ‘Greece’
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40.7-8 1963 (B, C)
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40.9-10 1964 (A, B)
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40.11 1964 (C) ‘Diary’
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40.12 1964 ‘African Journey’
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40.13 1964 ‘Wells next the Sea’
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40.14-15 1965 (A, B)
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40.16 1965 ‘Visit to Germany’
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40.17 1966 (A)
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40.18 1966 (B) ‘Diary’
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40.19 1966 (C) ‘Visit to Scandinavia and North America’
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40.20 1966 (D) ‘North America’
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40.21 1967 (A) ‘Visit to Latin America vol. I’
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40.22 1967 (B) ‘Visit to Latin America vol. II’
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40.23-25 1967 (C, D, E)
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40.26 1967 (F) ‘Cyprus’
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40.27 1967 (G)
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41.1-3 1968 (A, B, C)
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41.4-5 1969 (A, B)
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41.6 1969 (C) ‘Visit to Canada & the U.S.A.’
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41.7 1969 (D)
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41.8-9 1970 (A, B) ‘Diary’
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41.10 1970 (C)
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41.11 1970 (D) ‘Diary’
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41.12 1970 (E)
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41.13-14 1971 (A, B)
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41.15-16 1972 (A, B)
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41.17-18 1973 (A, B)
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41.19 1975 ‘Rhodes and Kos’
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41.20 1976
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41.21 1976 ‘Hungary’
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41.22 1977 [and 1979]
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41.23 1978
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41.24 1978 [and 1979]
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41.25 1979 ‘Let Me Tell You a Little Story’
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41.26 1980
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37.6 Notes on White’s personal library, handwritten manuscript, undated
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37.7 “The Panel Game,” Times Literary Supplement article and responses re Arts Council grants, 1966; with “Arts Council Grants for Literature: A Discussion between Karl Miller and Eric Walter White” article from The Listener, 1966
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37.8 Perpetua Prize, correspondence, 1969-1978
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37.9 Photographs, 1931-1978
‘Poets and Poetry’
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42.1-2 ‘1956-1972,’ correspondence, clippings, W. H. Auden program, The Author vol. LXXXIV no. 2, and Christmas card lists
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42.3-4 ‘1973[-1980],’ correspondence and poetry manuscripts, including those for the recital “A Personal Anthology”
Hughes, Ted
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42.5-6 Correspondence, typescripts, and photocopy handwritten manuscripts, 1974-1975; with handwritten notes and introduction by White; White’s transcriptions of various poems by other poets; and a typescript of Hughes’ translation Seneca’s Oedipus
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42.7 ‘BBC Script,’ photocopy typescript, 1975
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42.8 ‘Final version for publication,’ photocopy typescript, undated
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43.1-2 ‘Correspondence’ and typescript manuscripts, 1961-1983
Moortown
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43.3 Photocopy typescript, undated
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43.4 Duplicate typescript containing one variant and with handwritten annotations on contents page
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43.5 [Remains of Elmet] ‘Calder Valley Sequence,’ photocopy typescript; with three typescript poems, undated
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43.6 “Wodwo,” handwritten manuscript by Hughes, undated
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43.7 Oxford autograph/poetry notebook [manuscript poems written for White by his friends at Oxford], 1926-1927 (see also bound correspondence)
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43.8 ‘Poems by Ninette De Valois,’ typescript poems, undated
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43.9 Reviews and other clippings regarding W. H. Auden by Charles Osborne, 1980
Velmans, Michel. Les Iles Scilly
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43.10 Photocopy typescripts, 1966-1976; clippings, 1975; and correspondence, 1974-1976
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43.11 Photocopy corrected typescripts, 1974-1976
‘Press Cuttings’ [Clippings scrapbooks]
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43.12 1927-1933; with Lotte Reiniger obituary, 1981
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43.13 1933-1935
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44.1 1934-1937
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44.2 1937-1945
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44.3 1940-1941
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44.4 1933, 1946-1954 ‘Notices of Operas etc.’
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44.5 1951-1959 ‘Notices of Operas etc.’
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44.6 1951 [The Rise of English Opera reviews]
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44.7 1958-1973 [Benjamin Britten and Michael Tippett]
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44.8 1960-1973 [Michael Tippett]
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45.1 Printed music for “Pilgrim Song,” 1920, and “Ruddigore,” undated
Programs
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45.2 Arts Theatre Club, 1928
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45.3 The Keble Plays and the Oxford Drama Society, 1924-1927
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45.4 ‘Retirement from Arts Council,’ correspondence, 1971
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45.5 ‘Reviews and correspondence EWW Books Published 1983,’ review clippings and correspondence, 1982-1985
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45.6-7 ‘75th Birthday Concert [and Book],’ correspondence and lists, 1980
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45.8-9 ‘Society for Theatre Research,’ correspondence, agendas, minutes, and David Garrick commemoration program, 1949, 1969-1983
Travel
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46.1-2 ‘American Visit,’ correspondence, programs, and report, 1960-1966
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46.3 ‘American Visit 1969,’ correspondence, clippings, and brochures,1969 -1971
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46.4-5 ‘Australia,’ correspondence, programs, brochures, and travel documents, 1977-1978
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46.6 ‘California,’ correspondence, photographs, and clippings, 1977-1981; with Southern California Symphony Association Stravinsky concert program, 1937
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47.1 ‘Canada,’ correspondence, itinerary, and program, 1967-1974
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47.2-3 ‘Canada 1971,’ correspondence, brochures, newsletters, and reports, 1970-1972
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47.4 ‘Hungary,’ correspondence, brochures, and typescript reports, 1976-1978
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47.5-6 ‘Latin America,’ correspondence, receipts, itineraries, programs, and reports, 1965- 1967



Series III. Correspondence, 1923-1985, undated

A-Z
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48.1 A
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48.2 B
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48.3 Bodleian Library, re Vivian Ridler/Perpetua Press, 1978-1979
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48.4 C
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48.5 D
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48.6 Durham, Terry
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48.7 E
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48.8 F
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48.9 Faber and Faber
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48.10 G
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48.11 Goldman, Daniel
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48.12 H
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48.13 J
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48.14 K-L
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48.15 Kennedy, Andrew and Steve Harris Brown
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48.16 Lubar, Walter
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48.17 M-N
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49.1 P
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49.2 Paraskos, Stass
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49.3-4 Poet & Printer, 1969-1977; with samples of publications
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49.5 R
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49.6 S
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49.7 Stokes, Adrian
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49.8 T
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49.9 Tillotson, Geoffrey, 1927-1931, 1970
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49.10 W
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49.11 Williams, Jonathan
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50.1 Bound correspondence, with handwritten notes by White, 1924-1978 (see also folder 43.7)
Family and personal
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50.2 Various correspondents, 1923-1935
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50.3 White, Denis Naldrett, 1966-1968
White, Edith Dorothy “Dodo”
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50.4 From Eric Walter White, 1967-1974
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50.5 To Eric Walter White, 1939-1960
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50.6 White, Ethelind Charlotte, 1942-1944
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50.7 White, Sarah, 1949, 1960, undated
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50.8 ‘General Literary Matters,’ 1974-1979
[Miscellaneous] ‘Correspondence’
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51.1 1923-1979
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51.2 1953, 1976-1981
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51.3 1970- 1976; with signed woodcut by Doris B. Hatt
‘Miscellaneous Correspondence Unsorted’
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51.4 1939, 1973-1985
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51.5 1958-1976
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51.6 1975-1976
‘Publishers & Editors’
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52.1-2 [1928-1933], 1934-1959; with agreements and royalty statements
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52.3 1960-[1971]



Series IV. Music Manuscripts, 1920-1974, undated

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57 Britten, Benjamin. Pacifist March, handwritten close score for voice, in the hand of Eric Walter White, 1937. Words by Ronald Duncan
Cheshire, John B. To My Heart, op. 4-1
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57 Score for voice and piano, 23 May 1956. Words by H. Phelps Clawson
Signed score for high voice and piano, 23 May 1956. Inscribed to Eric Walter White
Fuchs, Julian. 2 Baritone songs:
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57 1. “Incantation Eclesiastique, ” handwritten score for voice and piano, 1935. Words by Julian Fuchs. Dedication to Eric Walter White
2. “The Passionate Shepherd to his Love,” handwritten score for voice and piano, 1935. Words by Christopher Marlowe. Dedication to Eric Walter White
Gellhorn, Hans
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57 ‘Aus der Musik zum Lotte Reiniger film der gestiefelte Kater [Puss in Boots],’ Summer 1934
Four songs for soprano and piano, May 1934:
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57 1. “Die Nachtigall” [“The Nightingale”], handwritten score for voice and piano. Words by Theodor Storm
2. “Vorfrühling” [“Early Spring”], handwritten score for voice and piano. Words by Hugo von Hofmannsthal
3. “Abendständchen,” handwritten score for voice and piano. Words by Clemens Brentano
4. “Der Spinnerin Lied,” handwritten score for voice and piano. Words by Clemens Brentano
Guthrie, John
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57 “Cancion de Jinete,” photocopy score for voice and piano, 23 April 1963. Poem by Federico Garcia Lorca. Spanish text with English translation
From the song cycle The Mandrake Heart
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57 “Spring-Tide, ” photocopy score for voice and piano, 20 July 1967. Poem by Sorley MacLean. Dedicated to Ronald Stevenson
“Ye Spier Me,” photocopy score for voice and piano, 5 May 1960. Poem by Sydney Goodsir Smith
From the song cycle Poema de la Saeta
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57 2. Noche, photocopy score for voice and piano, undated. Poem by Federico Garcia Lorca. Spanish text with English translation
6. Saeta, photocopy score for voice and piano, undated. Poem by Federico Garcia Lorca. Spanish text with English translation
7. Paso, photocopy score for voice and piano, 22 July 1967. Includes Spanish text with English translation and composer’s notes on technique
Quinn-Kinney, Kerreth.‘BROUNSMUSICKSTUDY,’ handwritten music for piano, New Year’s Day 1927. Dedicated to Eric Walter White
Rossini, Gioachino. “Une Réjouissance”
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61 Handwritten music for piano in the hand of Eric Walter White, undated. Two manuscripts, one signed and including editor’s note
Printed music for piano, May 1966. Edited by Eric Walter White
Stout, Alan
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58 George Lieder, 3 movements with an Epigraph, facsimile score for baritone and orchestra, 7-25 May 1962, revisions completed 15 April 1965. Text by Stephan George, from Das neue Reich (The New Empire). Dedication to Mark Tobey
Laudi, facsimile score for soprano, baritone, and instrumental ensemble in 5 movements with composer’s notes on the texts and suggested seating for the orchestra. Dedication to William Gerringer. Includes: I. Kuritus, 5 April 1961; II.Ostinato, 26 October 1955, revised 5 June 1961; III. Endymion, facsimile musical fragment, 3 September 1952, revised 11 July 1961; IV. Interlude, 28 October 1955, revised 29 May 1961; and V. Spes, 26 January 1961
Solo for Mezzo-Soprano and Orchestra, facsimile full score, sketched 16 July 1966 and completed 27 December 1968. Text by Elliott Coleman. Dedication to Robert K. Rosenburg
Symphony No. 2, facsimile score for large orchestra, 3 movements and prologue, 1951- 1966 and 8 October 1967. Dedication to the memory of Stout’s father; commissioned by the Ravinia Festival Association. Includes composer’s notes on quarter tone notation, the arrangement of instruments onstage, improvisation, and appendix of the distribution of individual violin parts
Two Hymns for Tenor and Orchestra, facsimile score for voice and orchestra, final revisions 28 February 1968. Dedication to Walter Carringer. With notes on scoring, text, and appendix. Includes: I. Fides, 7 December 1952, revised 7 August 1961, and II. Caritas, 15 July 1952, revised 4 August 1961
“Two Songs of Ariel,” facsimile, score for voice and chamber ensemble, 4-6 June 1957, revised 26 February 1971. Dedication to Betty Lou Le Brun. Includes: I. Come Unto These Yellow Sands (Tempest I, 2), and II. Where the Bee Sucks (Tempest V, 1)
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60 Stravinsky, Igor. Octet for Wind Instruments, I. Symphony, handwritten piano reduction in the hand of Eric Walter White, undated
Tippett, Michael
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57 Lullaby, handwritten score for 6 voices, with extensive composer edits, notes, and sketches, [1959].Words by W. B. Yeats. Dedicated “for the10th birthday of [the founding of] the Deller Consort”
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59 The Midsummer Marriage, An Opera in 3 Acts, handwritten score for orchestra (title page and first page only) with composer’s edits, bound, undated. With two black and white photographs of a score for orchestra, presumably from The Midsummer Marriage; correspondence, 1967; Christmas card, front artwork designed after Hepworth’s original set designs for The Midsummer Marriage, 1954; concert program from the premier at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, 1955
Songs for Achilles, No. 2 and 3, signed score for voice and guitar, bound, undated. With 1964 gift inscription from Eric Walter White to Dodo White
Songs for Dov, signed handwritten score for orchestra with extensive edits, bound, undated
Weill, Kurt. Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny [Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny]
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60 Cues and ‘instructions for the cartoons,’ typescript, undated
“Können einem totem Mann nicht helfen”
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60 Handwritten music for voice, undated
Typescript German text, undated
“Lied der Jenny,” typescript German text, 1929
White, Eric Walter
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60 Arlequino Songs, handwritten [single melodic lines, no specified instrumentation], 1934. Includes: I. The Gardening Song (after Mozart), II. Siciliana (after Pergolesi), III. Serenade, IV. The Pedlar’s Week, V. Lullaby, VI. Drinking Song, VII. Te Dianam Laudo, and VIII. Requiescat
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61 The Blackbird: A Puppet Show, handwritten pianoforte score in 6 movements, with composer’s notes on the first performance and suggestions for movement omissions during concert performances, 1926. Scenario by Barry Thatcher and Eric Walter White, choreography and décor by Barry Thatcher. Includes: I. Overture, II. Waterpot Dance (Water-can-can), III. The Pedlar’s Wooing, IV. The Hunting of the Blackbird, V. Love Duet, and VI. The Shooting of the Pedlar
The Charm: A Comic Opera, op. 4, handwritten signed vocal score
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62 Pages 1-60, April 1920, with some corrections in red ink dated 21 January 1921
Pages 61-76, December 1920, with rehearsal letters C-P marked in score
Pages 77-92, January 1921, with rehearsal letters Q-Y marked in score
Pages 93-105, April 1921
Curiosities to be Sung, handwritten music for voice and various accompaniment
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61 1. Swan Song, score for voice and accompaniment, 1928. Words: traditional
2. Canon, score for voice and accompaniment, 1928. Words by Eric Walter White
3. Strawinski, score for voice and piano, 1929. Words by Lotte Reiniger
4. Weill, score for voice and piano, undated. Words by Lotte Reiniger
5. Der Detektiv, score for voice and piano, undated. Words by Lotte Reiniger
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60 Dance (after a pastel of Degas), handwritten music for piano, 1939
Dance of David, handwritten music for piano, 23 May 1939. Dedicated to David Paltenghi. Two manuscripts, one with notes in pencil
Daybreak, handwritten score for voice and piano. Words by John Donne
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61 7 October 1933, with significant sketching and editing
1933-1938, with text of Donne’s poem
1933-1938, with dedication to Dorothy Swinburne White on their wedding, 15 December 1939
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60 Epitaph, handwritten score for mezzo-soprano voice and piano,1932. Words by H.D.
Eva Dear, and Willie, handwritten score for voice and piano. Words by P. Gabbitass
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61 29 September 1933
29 September 1933, with notes on performances and typescript text
Fantastic Suite, handwritten music for piano in 6 movements, 1927-1929. Includes I. A Ballet-Dancer Steps out of a Pastel by Degas, II. Sennet, III. Birds in the Bush, IV. Fughetta, V. Miss Carrie Nose-in-Air, and VI. Rocking Horse Gallop (see also Toy Suite)
The Fish: A Puppet Show in Two Scenes, signed handwritten piano score, December 1925. Collaboration with Barry Thatcher. With details of the first five performances and a list of characters/performers
Grandmother and the Wild Duck’s Egg, handwritten score for voice and piano, 30 September 1934. Words by Tan Shih-hua.
Harlekin [a Silhouette Film by Lotte Reiniger]
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62 Score for small orchestra with pencil edits and revisions, bound, 1931 and 1932. Includes: “Dramatis Personnae” (photograph of Reiniger’s silhouette characters) attached to inside front cover, list of composers from whom White borrowed musical motifs and the corresponding location in the score of these motifs, and distribution of the orchestra
Complete set of individual instrumental part books (Violin I, Violin II, Viola, Cello, Flute, Clarinet, Bassoon, Horn, and Cembalo) with pencil edits and cues, undated
“Pergolesi Suite,” from Harlekin, score for septet (flute, clarinet in Bb, horn in F, bassoon, violin, viola, cello) and cembalo, 1931
Harvest Home, handwritten score for four men’s voices. Text by Homer (from the Iliad XVIII, chosen by Peter Jay). Dedication to Basil Bunting
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61 22 June 1974, with extensive edits
July 1974
July 1974, with English text by Lang, Leaf & Myers
The Japanese Lover, cycle of five utas for tenor, flute, bassoon, and viola; handwritten score for quartet with individual flute, bassoon, and viola part books, 28 November 1933, revised April 1943. Translation by Arthur Waley
A Kiss, I Begg’d, handwritten song for tenor voice and piano. Words by Johannes Secundus (translated from the Basia by Thomas Stanley)
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61 1933
4 October 1933, with composer’s notes on first two performances. Dedication to Julian Fucsh [Fuchs]
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60 The Laidley Worm, handwritten score for voice and piano, 29 November 1941. Traditional tune, setting and words by Eric Walter White. With ink and pencil sketches and a typescript of “The True Story of the Laidley Worm: A Northumbrian Ballad.”
A Litany, handwritten score for medium voice and piano, 14 November 1933. Words by Phineas Fletcher. Dedication to White’s mother [Ethalind Chambers White]. Three manuscripts, one with pencil edits and revisions
The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife, Music to Anatole France’s Comedy of the Man Who Married a Dumb Wife (English version by Ashley Dukes)
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62 Handwritten score, for violin, cello, and piano, in 7 movements, 1928; with details of first performance, review clipping pasted in, and some cues and performance notes penciled-in. Includes: 1.Overture, 2. Master Fumée’s Entry, 3. Master Colline’s Entry, 4. Blind Man’s Song, 5. Drinking Song, 6. Entr’acte, 7. Finale
Cello part book, with some performance cues penciled-in, undated. Includes Movements 1-7
Piano part book with vocal lines in movements IV and V, undated. Includes Movements 2-6
Violin part book, with some performance cues penciled-in, undated. Includes Movements 1-7. Pinned inside front cover: Curtain music for the Little Stone House, “Vo sadu li, v ogorode’
Two Songs from The Comedy of the Man Who Married a Dumb Wife, handwritten score for voice and piano, 1928. Includes: 1. Drinking Song, 2. Fiddler’s Song
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61 Notes for “Noah’s Daughter,” handwritten score, 1926. Bound with Two Meditations
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60 Oread, handwritten score for soprano voice and piano, 1933. Words by H. D.
Palmer Suite, handwritten score for flute, violin, and piano with individual violin and flute part books and with pencil edits and notes on the first performance
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61 The Passionate Shepherd to his Love, handwritten score for voice and piano, 19 February 1935. Words by Christopher Marlowe (as printed in The Passionate Pilgrim). Dedication to Julian Fuchs
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60 A Pick-me-up Tango, handwritten score for voice and piano, 1935. Dedication to Lotte Lenja
Pygmalion, a ballet, scenario by Lotte Reiniger
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61 Handwritten score for orchestra, 24 August 1939. Movement. I. Overture
Handwritten piano reduction with composer edits, 2 November1935. Movements I, II, and IV, with second version of overture
Handwritten 2-piano reduction, 19 March-17 July 1939; with set of handwritten notes on the scenario and cues in the music, and sketch of theme and variation
Handwritten piano duet version, undated. Movement I. Overture
“Une Réjouissance” by Gioachino Rossini, edited by Eric Walter White, handwritten music for piano in the hand of Eric Walter White, undated. Two manuscripts, one signed and including editor’s note. With published Faber sheet music, 1966
Sahara, Op. 5, Act I, Scenes 1 and 2, handwritten vocal score with orchestration notes. Words by J. B. Dickinson. Includes: I. The Carpet Song, September 1921; II. Recitative (Bildan and Abdon), September 1921; III. Solo (Abdon), September 1921; IV. Duet (Bildan and Abdon), October 1921; V. Song (Bildan), October 1921; VI. Recitative (Bildan and Abdon), October 1921; VII. Monologue (Bildan), September 1922; VIII. Interlude, September 1922; IX. Ninnerélla (Lourami), November 1921 and December 1922; X. Prayer and Vow (Bildan), September 1923
The Seat of Virtue, handwritten score for voice and piano, 13 March 1934. Words taken from an inscription on a seat in the British Embassy gardens, Constantinople, overlooking the Golden Horn. Dedicated to Mrs. Egbert Cadbury
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60 Le Serment, handwritten score for voice and piano with notes on first two performances, 1933. Words from “Les Chansons de Bilitis,” translated by Pierre Louÿs. Dedicated to Julian Fusch [Fuchs]
Sonatina in F, handwritten music for piano
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61 1929
1929, with edits
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60 A Song of CEMA, handwritten score for voice and piano in nine verses, 1942-1943. Words by Mary Glasgow
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61 Song of Welcome to the Infanta, handwritten score for two voices (soprano and alto), with individual part copies (2 copies of each part), 1933
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60 Song Without Words, handwritten score for flute, bassoon, viola, and piano, with individual part copies, 1933; with pencil edits and notes on first performance
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61 A ‘Stiff’ Piece for Pat in One Sharp, handwritten music for piano with edits/corrections by the composer, 1 February 1932
Suite in F, handwritten music for piano in 3 movements
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61 1932
1932, with notes on first performance, 1934
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60 Suite for flute, violin, and piano in 4 movements; score for trio plus individual violin and flute parts with composer’s notes on movement order for concert performance, undated
Three Songs From Cyprus: I. Andante con moto, II. Allegretto, and III. Adagio. Words by H. D.
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60 Handwritten score for voice (mezzo-soprano or baritone) and flute, 1932
Handwritten score for voice (mezzo-contralto or baritone) and flute, 1932
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61 Toy Suite, handwritten music for piano in 6 movements, 1927 and 1928. Dedication to Archie. Includes: I. Birds in the Bush, II. Sennet, III. Waltz of the Husband & Wife, IV. Miss Carrie Nose-in-Air, V. Fughetta, and VI. Rocking Horse Gallop (see also Fantastic Suite)
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59 Two Meditations, handwritten music for piano with editing marks in pencil. Includes: I. Meditation, June and December 1922; II. Meditation, October 1926
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61 Two Songs & an Encore, handwritten score for tenor voice and piano. Dedication to Julian Fusch [Fuchs]. Includes: 1. Meeting in the Road, 1934, with words translated by Arthur Waley from an anonymous Chinese poem of the first century B.C.; 2. Le Sermet (The Oath), 1933, with words from “Les Chansons de Bilitis” translated from the Greek by Pierre Louÿs; and 3. A Kiss I Begg’d, 1933, with words translated by Thomas Stanley from the Basia of Johannes Secundus. With full English text of Meeting in the Road, French and English texts of Le Sermet (literal translation into English by Eric Walter White, also in typescript), and English text of A Kiss I Begg’d
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60 Vivace, ma non troppo presto, signed handwritten music for piano, 1930 and 1932
[Kurt]Weill, handwritten score for voice and piano,1929. Words by Lotte Reiniger
Untitled music manuscripts by White
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60 Adagio, un poco pesante [“I’m a one-man woman…”], handwritten score for voice and piano with notes on orchestration, 18 August 1932. With typescript text
Allegro [“Cat-on-the-tile-man, toad-in-the- hole…”], handwritten score for voice and piano with notes on orchestration, undated
Grave, handwritten musical fragment scored for trumpet (or cornet), bassoon, piano, and 2 violins, undated
Tempo di Marcia [“Lace up your shoes and make your lips more red…”], handwritten score for voice and piano with notes for orchestral expansion, April 1932
Un poco vivace [“Running water, hot and cold’s a thing that’s not common….”], handwritten score for voice and piano with notes on orchestral expansion, 24 August 1932. With typescript text
Un poco vivace (quasi perpetuum mobile), handwritten score for bassoon, voice, violin, viola, cello, and cornet in Bb solo, undated
Unsigned music manuscripts in the hand of Eric Walter White
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60 Aubade, handwritten score for voice and piano, undated
Cameo, handwritten score with composer’s edits, undated
Hymn to the Sun, handwritten score for voice and piano, undated
Oedipus: Shepherd’s Song, handwritten music for voice in plainchant notation, undated
Untitled, unsigned manuscript
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60 ‘Part 3,’ photocopy condensed score (pages 207-240 and 241-267) for solo voice, chorus, and orchestra, undated
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63 Oversize materials separated from their original location within the Eric Walter White Papers



Index of Correspondents

  • A. P. Watt (Firm) (re. W. B. Yeats estate) (______ Butler) -- 40.15
  • A. Rosenthal, Ltd. (Albi Rosenthal, 1914-2004) -- 13.1, 21.8
  • Abbiate, Marco -- 20.13
  • Abbiatte, Mario -- 29.7
  • Abbiate, Rosa -- 45.6, 46.5, 51.3-4, 51.6
  • Abbiati, Franco (Corriere Della Sera) -- 20.13
  • Abraham, Gerald, 1904-1988 -- see The Listener
  • Abravanel, Maurice, 1903-1993 -- 21.6, 22.1
  • Abse, Dannie -- 48.1, 49.7
  • Academy of American Poets (Marie Bullock) -- 20.12, 46.3
  • Acton, Harold, 1904-1994 -- 50.1
  • Adelaide Festival of Arts (Ninette Dutton, Anthony Steel) -- 46.4-5
  • Adelphi (B. Ifor (Benjamin Ifor) Evans, 1899- ) -- 25.3, 52.1-2; see also Evans, B. Ifor
  • Aktiebolaget Svenska Bokförlaget (Helle Kuldvere) -- 52.3
  • Aldeburgh Bookshop (P.J Marshall) -- 6.3
  • Aldeburgh Festival of Music and the Arts (Benjamin Britten, 1913-1976, D. A. Canham, J. Dana Josephson, Sheila Malhan, Susan Phipps, Stephen Reiss, William Servaes, W. H. (William Henry) Swinburne, Jenni Vaulkhard) -- 5.2, 6.2-3, 13.2, 21.8-9, 25.5; see also Imogen Holst
  • Aldeburgh Festival-Snape Maltings Foundation (Simon E. Alfree, Jane Hawksley, Dermot O’Connell) -- 5.2-3, 22.2, 25.5, 50.8
  • Alexander, Boyd -- 42.4
  • Alexander, Peter, 1917-2006 -- 6.6
  • Alfred A. Kalmus Music Publishers (Alfred A. Kalmus) -- 20.13
  • Alfred Wilson Booksellers, Ltd. (J.) -- 5.5
  • Allen, Walter -- 46.2
  • Alport, Erich -- 34.5
  • Alport, Valerie -- 34.5
  • Amaral, Cis (Records and Recording) -- 13.4
  • American Embassy (Walworth Barbour, Maggie Haferd) -- 46.1-2
  • American Embassy, Visa Section -- 46.6
  • Ampenoff, R______ -- 40.8
  • Anderson, John Stuart -- 46.1
  • Andrews, Paul D. -- 27.2
  • Andrews, Dennis -- 45.6-7
  • Andrews, William -- 36.7
  • Anglia Television Limited (Paul Honeyman) -- 31.1
  • Annis, John -- 41.12
  • Annual Register of World Events (Ann Boas, J. Denison, Mary Cecilia Glasgow, 1905- , Ivison S. (Ivison Stevenson) Macadam, 1894-1974) -- 7.4-5, 52.1-3
  • Ansen, Colin -- 13.1
  • Ansermet, Eugene -- 50.1
  • Anthony, Helen -- 34.5
  • Appelbe, Ambrose -- 20.5
  • Appleby, Leon -- 45.7
  • Aprahamian, Felix --13.2, 27.1
  • Arden Hotel, Stratford-Upon-Avon (R. J. H. Parr) -- 42.3
  • ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature (“Derry” A. Norman (Alexander Norman) Jeffares, 1920-2005) -- 13.3
  • Ark Press (Kim Taylor) -- 37.8
  • ARK the Journal of the Royal College of Art (David A. Weeks) -- 6.1
  • Armstrong, Robert -- 45.4
  • Arnell, Richard, 1917-2009 -- 12.5, 13.1
  • Arnold Dolmetsch Limited (J. O’Driscoll) -- 31.7
  • Arnolfini (John Hopkins) -- 25.9
  • ARTbibliographies Modern (Katrina Robinson) -- 1.5
  • Art Institute of Chicago (Hugh Edwards) -- 21.2
  • Artisjus -- 5.1
  • Arts & Education Council of Greater St. Louis (Michael Newton) -- 46.3
  • Arts Council of Australia (Gordon Horswell) -- 5.5
  • Arts Council of Great Britain (Nigel J. Abercrombie, Jonathan Barker, Peter Bird, Tania Butler, Robin Campbell, Christine Childs, John Cruft, Paddy Dascombe, Basil Deane, John Denison, Mary Endacott, Hugh Evans, Josephine Falk, Stephanie Featherstone, Anthony Field, Sheila Goed, Arnold Goodman, Lord Goodwin, Tom Harrison, Jo L. Hodgkinson, Keith Jeffery, Ellen M. Kemp, N. V. Linklater, Gerald McDonald, Keith MacGregor, Jessica Morton, Charles Osborne, 1927- , David Pelham, Elsa Pomeroy, Susan Reed, Donald Ross, Roy Shaw, Angus Stirling, Mona C. Tatham, John Thomson, P. Wightman, Sir Hugh Willatt, 1909-, William Emrys Williams, 1896- 1977, Elizabeth ____ , Norbert ______) -- 1.5, 2.1, 5.2, 5.5, 5.7, 6.2, 8.1, 8.6, 13.1-2, 20.13-14, 21.1-4, 25.3-4, 25.9, 27.2, 29.7, 30.1-2, 31.1, 31.6, 36.1, 36.4, 36.5-7, 37.1-2, 40.4, 40.9, 40.20, 41.1-2, 41.4, 41.7, 41.20, 42.2-4, 42.6-8, 45.4, 45.6, 45.9, 46.3-4, 46.6, 47.2, 47.4- 5, 48.6, 48.10, 48.17, 49.6, 50.8, 51.1-2, 51.5-6, 52.1
  • Arts Council of Northern Ireland (John W. Murphy) -- 5.2
  • Arts Council Shop (Peter Seekings-Foster) -- 1.5, 51.2
  • Arundell, Dennis Drew -- 12.5
  • Arvon Foundation (Charles Lennox-Conyngham, Simon L. D. Few, Havelock “Hal” Hudson, Carol Hughes, Ted Hughes, 1930-1998, Peter Mason, John Moat, Nick Stimson, George Tardios, David ______) -- 30.1-2, 36.4, 42.4
  • Ashcroft, Peggy, Dame -- 39.14, 39.19, 50.1
  • Ashridge (College) (Sir Denis Boyd, Maurice Broadbent) -- 21.3, 42.4
  • Ashmolean Museum (John Woodward) -- 20.13
  • Ashton, Geoffrey -- 45.7
  • Asociación Argentina de Cultura Inglesa (C. W. Yates) -- 47.5
  • Association for Business Sponsorship of the Arts (Luke Rittner) -- 36.5
  • Atherton, David, 1944- -- 22.1-2
  • Atlantis Verlag (H. Hagen)- 5.6 (Daniel Bodmer; O. Heim; Bettina Hürlimann, 1909-1983; Martin Hürlimann, 1897-1984; U. Ruppli)- 5.5-7, 6.1, 7.2, 13.1, 21.2, 37.3-4, 35.8, 52.3; see also Hürlimann, Martin
  • Atterbury, Rowley -- 40.16
  • Auden, W. H. (Wystan Hugh), 1907-1973 -- 40.18, 6.1, 48.1, 50.1, 36.1
  • Austen, Elizabeth -- 21.1
  • Australia Council. Literature Board (Michael Costigan) -- 46.4
  • Australia. High Commission. Migration Branch (L.W. Nelson) -- 46.4
  • Australian Broadcasting Commission (H. Hort) -- 13.1, 46.4
  • Avery, Ronald -- 39.8
  • Ayerst, David -- 27.1
  • Ayrton, Michael, 1921-1975 -- 48.1
  • B. Schott’s Söhne (Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany) -- 22.3 [reprinted correspondence]
  • Babb, James T. (James Tinkham), 1899-1968 (Yale University Library) -- 12.5
  • Bach, Jan -- 6.3
  • Bacharach, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1891-1966 -- 52.1-2
  • Badminton School (Brenda M. Sanderson) -- 39.10, 25.3, 51.2
  • Bainton, Edgar L. (Edgar Leslie), 1880-1956 -- 20.14
  • Baker, Leo Reid -- 20.14, 34.5
  • Baker, Susan -- 51.3
  • Balcon, Jill -- 48.5, 50.1, 42.4, 45.6
  • Baldwin, Michael -- 45.6
  • Balfour, Colin (re. Andreas Cariolou) -- 51.2
  • Balfour, Graham, Sir, 1859-1929 -- 50.1
  • Balliol College (University of Oxford) (Vincent Quinn, M. Ridley, L. C. Walker) -- 5.7, 29.7
  • Baltimore Museum of Art (Susan Hamilton) -- 46.3
  • Banff Centre (James E. Armitage, David S. R. Leighton) -- 47.1-2
  • Bank of America (G. E. Field) -- 52.3
  • Bankes, Ralph -- 21.1
  • Barber Institute of Fine Arts (Deryck Cooke, Anthony Lewis, 1915-1983) -- 12.5, 13.1, 21.2
  • Barbieri, Gianfranco -- 51.5
  • Barclays Bank (G. R. Linley) -- 20.14, 48.6
  • Barker, George, 1913-1991-- 40.18
  • Barker, Kathleen -- 45.7; see also Society for Theatre Research
  • Barrett, Herbert -- 5.5
  • Barrie & Jenkins (London, England) (Kenneth Thomson, Antony Wood) -- 27.2
  • Barton, J. E. -- 18.10
  • Barton, John -- 7.2
  • Bath Festival Society (Naomi Page) -- 25.4
  • [Bax], Martin (Ambit Press) --17.6
  • Baxter, Payne & Lepper -- 48.6
  • Bayerische Staatsoper München (Alan Carter, 1920-2009) -- 52.1
  • Beaford Centre (Organization) (John Lane, 1930- ) -- 17.5
  • Bealby-Wright, William (and Susan Baker) -- 51.3
  • Bean, Ernest -- 1.5
  • Beardsmore, Valerie -- 22.1
  • Beau Geste Press (David Mayor) -- 37.8, 51.5
  • Beckett, Samuel, 1906-1989 -- 48.2
  • Beecham, Adrian Welles -- 13.2
  • Beeching, Jack -- 42.4
  • Beer, Patricia and Damien Parsons -- 48.2, 49.3
  • Behrend, P. M. (Mary) -- 27.1
  • Bendon, Madge -- 34.5
  • Benjamin, Arthur, 1893-1960 -- 6.1
  • Benjamin Britten Memorial Appeal (Janet Baker, Mstislav Rostropovich, 1927-2007, and Marian Thorpe) -- 5.1, 5.6
  • Bennett, Richard -- 46.3, 48.2
  • Benveniste, [Asa] -- 41.7
  • Bergmann, Walter, 1902-1988 -- 27.1
  • Berkeley, Lennox , 1903-1989 -- 5.2, 21.3, 39.7, 50.1
  • Berlin, Isaiah, 1907-1997 -- 27.1
  • Bernard Quaritch (Firm) -- 13.1
  • Berners, Gerald Hugh Tyrwhitt-Wilson, Baron, 1883-1950 -- 20.14, 48.2, 50.1
  • Bertram Rota Ltd. (Ronald Taylor) -- 45.5
  • Betjeman, John, 1906-1984 -- 40.16, 45.6, 48.2
  • Biddlecombe, George, 1945- -- 13.4
  • Binyon, Helen -- 5.2, 27.1
  • Birmingham School of Music (Christopher Edmunds) -- 20.14
  • Blackfriars Press (S.E. Gillard) -- 45.8
  • Blake, David, 1936- -- 37.1
  • Blakeley, Ken -- 6.2, 49.3, 51.2
  • Bland, David (David Farrant) -- 34.5
  • Bland, Mary -- 37.8
  • Blandford, Frances Maude -- 14.5, 14.8
  • Blazhkov, Boris -- 21.9
  • Blazhkov, I. -- 21.8, 22.2, 24.6
  • Blechner, Mark J. -- 22.2
  • Bliss, Anthony A., 1913-1991 (Metropolitan Opera (New York, N.Y.)) -- 12.5
  • Bliss, Arthur, 1891-1975 -- 20.14, 27.1, 48.2, 50.1
  • Block, Martin -- 46.6, 48.15
  • Blunden, Edmund, 1896-1974 -- 40.23, 48.2, 50.1
  • Boden, Neville -- 48.2
  • Bodleian Library -- 21.8, 37.1
  • Bodleian Library. Dept. of Printed Books (Peter Ward Jones) -- 13.2, 21.8, 59
  • Bodleian Library. Dept. of Western Manuscripts (David G. Vaisey) -- 22.1
  • Bodleian Library. Photographic Services (Paul Morgan, E. J. S. Parsons) -- 13.4, 48.3
  • Bodley Head (Firm) (Margaret Clark, John ______) -- 42.2, 50.8
  • Boersner-Hurlimann, Barbara -- see Hürlimann, Barbara
  • Bolles, Catharine R. -- 46.1
  • Bolles, Edwin C. (“Ted”) -- 46.1-2
  • Book Club Associates (Michael O’Mara, Charles Osborne, Jacqueline Spigel) -- 50.8
  • Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers (David S. Adams, John Andrewes, Sylvia C. East, R.A. “Tony” Fell, Anthony Gishford, Sylvia Goldstein, Jack Henderson, Robin Hogg, Edwina Jackson, Muriel James, P. [Meuman?], G.A. Price, E. Roth, Edith Rudinger, Erwin Stein, 1885-1958, Eric Thompson, G.H. Trent, Malcolm Williamson) -- 5.1-3, 5.5-7, 6.1-3, 14.5, 21.3, 22.1, 37.3-4, 38.9, 51.6, 52.3
  • Booth, Martin (Sceptre Press) -- 42.2, 42.4, 45.7, 47.1, 51.4, 51.6
  • Boston Public Library (Diane O. Ota) -- 13.2
  • Bottrall, Ronald, 1906- -- 42.2, 48.2
  • Boughton, Rutland, 1878-1960 -- 20.14, 50.1
  • Boulez, Pierre, 1925- -- 22.1
  • Boult, Adrian, 1889-1983 -- 27.1
  • Bowen, Meirion “Bill” -- 22.1, 27.1-2
  • Boyars, Marion -- 21.9
  • Boys, Henry -- 5.6, 27.1, 53.3
  • Bradbury, Oliver (and Catherine) -- 42.1-2, 48.2
  • Bragg, Melvyn, 1939- -- 42.2, 45.4
  • Branscombe, Peter -- 2.6, 51.4
  • Brathwaite, Edward Kamau, 1930- -- 13.3
  • Braybrooke, Neville, 1925-2001 -- 5.1
  • Brentano’s (S. Saul) -- 46.1
  • Breslich & Foss (Paula Breslich) -- 37.5
  • Brett, P. -- 45.8
  • Bridie, James, 1888-1951 -- 20.14, 50.1
  • Briers, Richard -- 11.2
  • Briggs, Asa -- 21.8
  • Bristol Baptist College (Norman S. Moon) -- 14.5
  • Bristol Evening Post (Richard Hawkins) -- 25.3
  • Bristol (England). Public Libraries (Anthony Baker, W.S. Haugh) -- 6.6, 37.8
  • Bristol Royal Infirmary (Bristol, England) (Thos. Carwardine, W. H. Harsant, R. Shingleton Smith) -- 34.7
  • British Broadcasting Corporation (Ronald Baswell, Maureen Bateson, John Boundy, Julian Budden, Humphry Burton, 1931- , Piers Burton-Page, Douglas Cleverdon, Misha Donat, W. J. Dunn, Roger Fiske, H. David Gower, H. Carleton Greane, Rosemary Hart, Stephen Hearst, Alannah Hensler, Keith Horner, A. Hort, May E. Jenkin, Anna Kallin, Hans Keller, 1919-1985, ______ Kempton, Brian Large, Charles Lefeaux, George MacBeth, Christopher Marsden, Michael Mason, Piers Plowright, Miriam Rapp, Basil Rogerton, Mark Rowlinson, Christopher B. Samuelson, Mischa Scorer, Carol I. Semley, Rosalind Stockwell, Barry Sullivan, Christopher Swann, Alan Walker, 1930- , Shirley White, Dorothy Wood, Dan Zerdin)- 1.5, 5.1-2, 5.5, 5.7, 6.2, 6.6, 12.5, 13.1-4, 14.1, 21.1, 21.4, 21.9, 22.1, 25.5, 27.1, 28.11, 29.7, 37.3, 37.5, 40.2, 42.4-5, 52.2
  • British Broadcasting Corporation. Music Division (D. H. Clarke, W. Wright) -- 29.7
  • British Broadcasting Corporation. Talks Booking Dept. (Madeline Mitchell) -- 52.1
  • British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service (Pamela Brown, Huw Wheldon) -- 51.1, 52.2
  • British Council (John A. Aris, P. V. Bartle, L. Brander, W.N. Brown, Tim Butchard, Yolande Cantù, J. A. Cayton, C. Copson, R. P. H. Davies, Leonard S. Downes, R. A. H. Duke, R. M. Green, L. Hamilton, J. K. H. Harriman, M. Hawkins, Philip Henderson, 1906-1977, C. R. Hewer, P. G. Hewitt, Patricia E. Hillier-Fry, G. M. Houghton, Barrie Iliffe, Patrick Kavanagh,1904-1967, A. Knatchbull-Hugessen, H. A. Lidderdale, N. A. R. MacKay, M. Mingana, Rosina Mitha, James Moore, E. F. Mullett, Peter Orr, Harold F. Oxbury, R. Parker, Nicolas Powell, A.C. Ramsay, Conn Ryan, M. Shale, Sir Paul Sinker, A. Spalton, V. R. Stark, C. C. Starkey, R. Strong, R. B. Thompson, R. Wasjbourn, Claude H. Whistler, H. Harvey (Henry Harvey) Wood, 1903- ) -- 5.2, 5.7, 21.4, 25.4, 25.9, 33.4, 42.2, 42.4, 45.7, 46.4, 47.1, 47.4-6, 51.5
  • British Council. Recorded Sound Section (Conn Ryan, A. Spalton) -- 42.2
  • British Council. Scholarship Department (Valerie Beardsmore) -- 22.1
  • British Council. United Kingdom/United States Bicentennial Fellowships Committee (E. Clark, Sharyn Stirling, re. Nicholas Gowing and Adrian Henri)-- 42.4, 51.6
  • British High Commission (J.M. Horsley, F.D. Hughes) -- 47.1
  • British Film Institute (H. E. Cohen, Denis Forman, 1917- , Philip Strick, Graham Woodford) -- 5.5, 46.3, 52.2
  • British Institute of Recorded Sound (Eric Hughes) -- 46.4
  • British Library. Dept. of Manuscripts (Arthur Searle) -- 25.5
  • British Library. Music Library (A. Hyatt (Alec Hyatt) King, 1911-1994; O. W. (Oliver Wray) Neighbour) -- 37.3, 41.20, 50.8
  • British Museum. Accounts Dept. -- 37.3
  • British Museum Copyright Receipt Office (R.A. Wilson) -- 42.2
  • British Museum. Dept. of Manuscripts (G. R. C. (Godfrey Rupert Carless) Davis 1917- ; Hilton Kelliher; T. C. (Theodore Cressy) Skeat; W. E. (William Emrys) Williams, 1896-1977; Pamela J. (Pamela Joan) Willetts) -- 2.2, 6.6, 13.1-3, 37.3
  • British Museum. Photographic Service (A. C. Gray, J. Norton) -- 12.5, 21.2, 37.3
  • British Museum. Dept. of Prints and Drawings (Edward Croft Murray, A. E. Popham) -- 12.5, 13.1, 20.13, 21.1, 37.3-4
  • British union-catalogue of periodicals (Alfred Loewenberg) -- 20.14
  • Britten, Benjamin, 1913-1976 -- 4.1, 5.1-2, 5.5-7, 6.1-4, 12.5, 20.13, 21.1-2, 38.4 , 39.7, 47.6, gf; see also Cullum, Jeremy W. and Simpkin, Kathleen
  • Britten Estate (Donald Mitchell, Rosamund Strode) -- 5.1, 5.3, 13.4
  • Britten-Pears Library (E. F. Ferry, Rosamund Strode) -- 5.3, 27.2
  • Brock, Edwin -- 42.2
  • Brook, Peter, 1925- (Globe Theatre) -- 1.5, 21.1, 50.1
  • Brooks, Cleanth, 1906-1994 -- 46.1
  • Brophy, Brigid, 1929- -- 48.2
  • Brown, Ivor John Carnegie, 1891-1974 -- 2.1
  • Brown, Oliver F. (Oliver Frank), 1885-1966 -- 37.4
  • Brown, Steve Harris -- 27.2, 46.6, 48.15, 51.2
  • Browne, A. S. C. (Callaly Estates Company) -- 13.3
  • Browning, John -- 49.11
  • Browning, Margaret -- 46.4
  • Brownjohn, Alan, 1931- -- 45.6
  • Brudenell Hotel (N. Bingham-Wilson) -- 5.2
  • Bryher, 1894-1983 -- 13.6, 14.1, 20.4, 24.7
  • Buckinghamshire (England). County Council (D. U. Pullen) -- 36.7
  • Buckinghamshire Arts Federation (David Wright) -- 36.5
  • Bullock, Marie, 1911-1986 (Mrs. Hugh) -- 20.12, 46.3
  • Bunans, Gladys -- 21.1
  • Bunting, Basil -- 48.2
  • Burford, Roger, 1904- -- 14.1, 34.5, 37.8, 48.2
  • Burns, Richard -- 31.1-2
  • Burrough, Tom -- 34.5
  • Bush, Alan, 1900-1995-- 13.1-2, 27.1
  • Bush, H. -- 14.5
  • Butler, Tania [White’s secretary] -- 45.7
  • Calder and Boyars Ltd., Publishers (Marion Boyars, J. Holloway, Timothy E. O’Grady) -- 21.8-9
  • Cambridge Poetry Festival (Richard Berengarten, 1943- , Sydney F. Bolt, Paul Johnstone, Charles Osborne, 1927- ) -- 31.1-2, 41.20, 51.4
  • Cambridgeshire College of Arts and Technology (Sydney F. Bolt, Richard Burns) -- 31.1
  • Cambridge University Press (Roger Coleman, Brooke Crutchley, Richard David, 1912- , F. H. Kendon) -- 7.2, 13.3, 20.13
  • Camden and Islington Area Health Authority (G. W. Lunnon) -- 51.4
  • Camera Press (T. L. Blau) -- 22.1
  • Cameron, John -- 46.4
  • Cameron, Marie -- 13.4-5
  • Camps, Anthony -- 37.1
  • Canada Council (Peter M. Dwyer, John Hobday, Julia Osborne, Vida H. Peene, Robert A. Pichette, A.W. Trueman) -- 13.3, 41.7, 46.1-2, 47.1-2
  • Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (Richard Coulter)- 13.2 (Helga Abraham, Jeffrey Anderson, Marian Fletcher, Ray McConnell, J. Playle, Robert Turner, Frances Heinsheimer Wainwright, Ken Zeilig) -- 5.1, 6.2, 13.2, 25.5, 47.1, 52.1
  • Canadian Conference of the Arts (Duncan F. Cameron) -- 46.3, 47.1
  • Caney, Conchie -- 20.4, 45.6
  • Caney, Norman -- 20.4, 34.5, 34.8, 51.5
  • CANON: The Australian Journal of Music (Franz Holford, d. 1994) -- 21.3-4
  • Carcanet Press (Manchester, England) (Peter Jones, Michael Schmidt, 1947- ) --14.1, 42.2, 42.4, 47.4, 49.7
  • Cariolou, Andreas -- 17.2
  • Carlisle, Anne -- 16.8
  • Carroll, John -- 42.2, 42.4
  • Carter, Alan, 1920-2009 -- see Bayerische Staatsoper München
  • Carver, David (English Centre of International P. E. N.) -- 45.4, 47.5
  • Caryl Jenner Mobile Theatre (Caryl Jenner) -- 52.2
  • Cassell & Company (Angela Symons) -- 52.2
  • Casson, Harry (re. Little Missenden photos) -- 36.7
  • Casson, Lewis, Sir, 1875-1969 -- 49.8, 50.1
  • Causley, Charles, 1917-2003 -- 36.7, 40.16, 42.2-3, 48.4
  • Central Administration of the State Archives of the U.S.S.R. (M. IA. Kapran) -- 22.2
  • Central YMCA (London, England) (R.A. Weaver) -- 46.2
  • Cernel Press (George Tee) -- 37.8
  • Chadfield, E. J. -- 20.14
  • Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (Joanne Cossa, Norman Singer) -- 22.2
  • Chambers’s Encyclopedia (M. V. (Meredith Vibart) Dixon, 1898- , M. D. Law, G. Liddle, Irene R. Peter, Anna Russell) -- 48.7, 52.1-2
  • Chapman, Bob -- 51.2
  • Chappell and Co. -- 21.3
  • Charmain -- 6.2
  • Chatsworth (England) (Francis Thompson) -- 20.13, 21.1
  • Chatto & Windus (Firm) -- see Day Lewis, Cecil and Smallwood, Norah
  • Cheltenham Festival (John Bullock, P. J. (Patrick Joseph) Kavanagh, 1931- ) -- 37.8, 41.11
  • Chester, Margaret -- 45.7
  • Chester, Philip -- 45.4, 45.6-7
  • Chiltern (England). District Federation of the Arts (R. F. C. English) -- 36.5
  • Chinese University of Hong Kong (David Gwilt, 1932) -- 46.4
  • Christ Church (Oxford, England). Library (W. E. Hiscock, H. J. R. Wing) -- 13.2, 13.4, 21.3
  • Church, Richard, 1893-1972 -- 5.2, 16.8
  • Chute, ______ -- 50.2
  • Cinema Studies (Neville March Hunnings) -- 52.3
  • City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (Enid Colley) -- 1.5
  • City of Bristol Museum and Art Gallery (______ Maxwell) -- 21.3
  • City of Portsmouth (England). Town Clerk’s Department (M. J. W. Willis- Fear) -- 13.3, 45.9
  • City University (London, England) (A. H. Seville, re. Roger Stennett) -- 51.2
  • City of Westminster Public Libraries (Lionel R. McColvin (Lionel Roy), 1896-1976) -- 21.2
  • Civil Service Poetry (Ernest Meadowcroft, 1914- ) -- 42.4
  • Claassen Verlag (Eugen Claassen, 1895-1955) -- 5.5, 7.2, 21.1, 21.4
  • Clark, Anne -- 13.6
  • Clark, Kenneth -- 48.4
  • Clark, Thomas A. -- 42.4
  • Classical Music Weekly (Trevor Richardson) -- 50.8
  • Clayton, Barry -- 45.6
  • Clemo, Jack R., 1916- -- 40.18
  • Cleverdon, Douglas (The Bookshop) -- 34.5, 36.7, 37.1, 50.1, 51.1
  • Clifton College (Bristol, England) (Bernard Groom, S. J. McWatters, Brian Worthington) -- 5.7, 37.8, 51.4
  • Clifton College Register (J. B. Evans, N. Whattley) -- 29.7, 46.4
  • Cliftonian (F. (Frank) Borwick) -- 48.2
  • Clinton-Baddeley, V. C. (Victor Clinton), 1900-1970 -- 13.1, 21.3
  • Cobbe, _____ (from Robert Louis Stevenson) -- 51.5
  • Cocteau, Jean, 1889-1963 -- 50.1
  • Colchester, Nancy -- 5.2
  • Cole, Barry -- 48.4
  • College Association for Public Events and Services (CAPES) (Tanya Menci) -- 46.6
  • College of Staten Island (M. Fred Tidwell) -- 46.3
  • Collins (Firm : London, England) -- 5.6
  • Colombo, John Robert, 1936 -- 46.1
  • Columbia University. Dept. of English (Rosalyn Marcus, ______ Moore, Marjorie Hope Nicholson, 1894-1981) -- 21.1, 21.3
  • Colvin, Sidney, 1845-1927 (re. Robert Louis Stevenson) -- 50.1
  • Commonwealth Arts Festival (on behalf of Douglas Cleverdon) -- 49.6
  • Compendium Bookshop -- 42.8
  • Composers’ Concourse (Alan Bush, 1900-1995) -- 50.1
  • Compton, Joseph, 1891- -- 24.7, 40.6, 51.1
  • Compton-Burnett, I. (Ivy), 1884-1969 -- 40.25
  • Compton Press (Julian Berry) -- 45.9
  • Connell, May & Steavenson, Incorporated Practitioners in Advertising (William Kalloway) -- 31.7
  • Connor, Herbert -- 14.5
  • Consolidated Press (Cyril Pearl) -- 21.4
  • Consort of Musicke (Madeleine Inglehearn, Francesca McManus, Anthony Rooley) -- 31.6-7
  • Constable (Firm) -- 20.13
  • Cook, R. L. -- 42.4
  • Cooper, Lettice Ulpha, 1897 -- 14.1
  • Cooper, Martin, 1910-1986 -- 12.5, 27.1
  • Corcoran, Neil -- 33.4
  • Cossa, Joanne -- 22.1-2
  • Costain, Richard -- 45.7
  • Coulter, John -- 21.1
  • Council for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts (Great Britain) (Mary C. Glasgow,1905- , _____ Cason, Charles Landstone, B. M. Sewell, ____White) -- 7.3, 29.7
  • Couzyn, Jeni -- 34.4
  • Cox, J. Stevens -- 13.1
  • Cox, Michael -- 45.7; see also Little Missenden Festival
  • Craft, Robert -- 21.8-9, 22.1-2, 40.18
  • Craig, Edward Gordon, 1872-1966 -- 20.13-14, 50.1
  • Crane Bookshop Limited -- see Nangle,Julian, 1947-
  • Cranko, John -- 38.4
  • Crawford, Jean Kerr -- 42.4
  • Crime Writers’ Association (Great Britain) -- 46.6
  • Cross, Joan -- 45.9
  • Crowthers, Malcolm -- 27.2, 45.7, 51.2
  • Crozier, Eric -- 5.5-6, 16.8, 21.1, 21.3-4
  • Cruft, John -- 8.1, 13.1, 25.6, 25.9, 31.6, 45.6-7, 45.9
  • Cuénod, Hugues -- 42.2
  • Cullum, Jeremy W. (secretary of Benjamin Britten) -- 5.7, 6.2-3, 27.1, 45.6
  • Cyr, Louis -- 21.8
  • D S H (Dom Sylvester Houédard),1924- -- 42.1
  • DaCapo Press, Inc. (Bea Friedland) -- 27.2
  • Dale, Kathleen, 1896-1984 -- 12.5, 21.2
  • D’Amico, Fedele -- 5.1, 6.3, 12.5, 13.3, 21.3-4, 37.3-4, 40.18, 52.1-2; see also Enciclopeida Dello Spettacolo
  • Danby, Charles W. E. -- 42.2
  • Dartington College of Arts (Ruth Foster) -- 13.1
  • Dartington Hall (Totnes, England). Arts Centre (Peter Cox, 1918-) -- 14.5
  • Dartington Music School (Nigel Amherst) -- 14.5
  • Darton, Christian -- 6.1
  • David, Robert -- 29.7
  • David Higham Associates Ltd. (David Higham, Anthea Tatton-Brown) -- 8.6, 50.8
  • David Jones Society (J. R. Banks) -- 33.4
  • Davidson, Ethel -- 21.2-3
  • [Davie, Donald] -- 42.2
  • Davies, Archie -- 34.5
  • Davies, Mavis -- 34.5
  • Davies, Peter Maxwell, 1934- -- 51.1
  • Davis, Bob, 1947- and Jenny -- 27.1
  • Davis, H. Colin -- 36.5
  • Davis, Colin, 1927- -- 25.9, 27.1
  • Davison, Kensington -- 25.5, 27.2
  • Davis-Poynter Limited (Toby Buchan, R. G. Davis-Poynter, Susan Herbert, K. D. Simson) -- 1.5, 2.1, 50.8
  • Dawson, Michael, 1932- -- 43.1; see also Ilkley Literature Festival and Yorkshire Arts Association
  • Day, Douglas -- 42.3, 51.3
  • Day-Lewis, C. (Cecil), 1904-1972 -- 42.4, 48.5, 49.7, 50.1
  • Day-Lewis, Jill -- see Balcon, Jill
  • Day-Lewis, Sean -- 1.5
  • De La Mare, Giles (Faber and Faber) -- 6.3, 13.2, 45.7
  • De la Mare, Walter, 1873-1956 -- 50.1
  • De Valois, Ninette, 1898-2001 -- 42.4, 43.8, 45.9, 48.5, 50.1
  • Deborah Rogers, Ltd. (Deborah Rogers) -- 37.1
  • Decca Record Company (Robert Boas, Gilbert Burnet, Ray Crick, Robin M. Horsley, Harley Usill) -- 5.2, 21.8, 31.5, 52.1
  • Del Mar, Norman, 1919-1994 -- 27.1
  • Deller, Alfred -- 27.1
  • Denison, John -- 21.1, 27.1; see also Arts Council of Great Britain
  • Dennis, Geoffrey -- 43.12
  • Dent, Edward Joseph, 1876-1957 -- 20.13-14, 21.2-4, 38.5, 38.9, 50.1, 51.1
  • Derbyshire Education Committee (W. G. Briggs) -- 29.7
  • Desbaillets -- 22.3 [reprinted correspondence]
  • Deutsch, Nicolas -- 22.1-2
  • Deutsches Rundfunkarchiv (Diethelm Paulussen) -- 22.2
  • Dickinson, C. H. -- 29.7
  • Dickinson, Patric, 1914-1994 -- 40.6, 42.3
  • Dickinson, Thorold -- 7.1, 34.5
  • Dickson, Albert -- 13.1
  • Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart (Hans Ferdinand Redlich, 1903- 1968) -- 12.5
  • Diether, Jack -- 5.2
  • Digby, Lady ______ -- 41.2
  • Dr. Challoner’s Grammar School (Mrs. W. J. Williams) -- 36.4
  • Dobson, Christopher S. A. “Dobby” -- 34.5
  • Dobson, Valerie -- 45.6
  • Dobson, Zuleika -- 27.1, 45.6-7
  • Dod. Longstaffe & Fenwick -- 22.3 [reprinted correspondence]
  • Dolmen Press (Liam Miller) -- 24.7
  • Dominic, Zoë -- 27.2
  • Donahue, Kenneth -- 13.4
  • Douglas, Basil, 1914- -- 5.7
  • Downes, Leonard S. -- 47.5-6
  • D’Oyly Carte Opera Company (Stanley H. Parkes) -- 20.14
  • Drabble, Margaret, 1939- -- 48.5
  • Drakeford, Richard -- 36.7, 45.7
  • Dramatic and Lyric Theatres Association (DALTA) (Jack Phipps) -- 1.5
  • Drew, David -- 52.3
  • Du Sautoy, Mollie -- 45.4
  • Du Sautoy, Peter -- 2.1, 5.1, 6.2, 13.1-2, 21.8-9, 45.4, 45.6, 45.9, 47.4, 49.3, 52.3
  • Duckworth (Firm) -- 6.2
  • Dudding, Griffith -- 14.5
  • Dunbar, Alexander “Sandy” -- 1.5, 40.24
  • Duncan, Neil -- 40.24, 45.6, 45.9, 46.3-4
  • Duncan, Ronald, 1914-1982 -- 5.2, 5.7, 48.5, 50.1
  • Dunlop, Isobel V. S. -- 21.3
  • Dunn, Brian -- 21.4
  • Durham, Terry -- 48.6
  • Durham University Library (A. I. (Anthony Ian) Doyle, 1925-) -- 37.2
  • Dutton, Ninette -- 46.4
  • Early Music (John Thomson) -- 31.7
  • Early Music Centre (London, England) (Glenda Simpson) -- 31.6-7
  • East Anglian Daily Times Co., Ltd.(Publishing Department) -- 6.3
  • [Eden, Anthony, Earl of Avon, 1897-1977] -- 39.11
  • Edinburgh International Festival (Peter Diamand) -- 25.9
  • Edinburgh University Library (E. R. S. Fifoot)-- 37.1
  • Editio Musica Budapest (László Eősze, Dorrit Révész, Kalmár Révész, László Sarlós, Bálint András Varga) -- 5.3 , 47.4
  • Edmond, Mary --13.2
  • Edwards, M. E. -- 12.5
  • Edwards, Mary Stella -- 42.4
  • Einem, Gottfried von, 1918- -- 50.1
  • Eliot, T. S. (Thomas Stearns), 1888-1965 -- 25.3, 38.9, 39.12, 48.7, 50.1
  • Eliot, Valerie -- 17.1, 49.4
  • Ellinghausen, Mary Elizabeth -- 18.11
  • Ellingworth, John -- 46.4
  • Ellingworth, Zoë -- 46.4
  • Ellis, Royston -- 48.7
  • Enciclopedia Dello Spettacolo (Fedele D’Amico, Elena Povoledo, Francesco Savio, Emilia Zanetti) --12.5, 37.3, 52.1-2
  • Encounter (John Hall, Eve d’Orban, Stephen Spender, 1909-1995) -- 6.6, 51.5
  • Encyclopaedia Britannica, inc. (Michael Morrow) -- 52.3
  • English Bach Festival Trust (Nicholas Kenyon, 1951- , Gail P. Preston) -- 21.8, 25.5
  • English Music Theatre Company (Jodi Myers) -- 50.8
  • English National Opera (Nicholas John) -- 13.4
  • English Opera Group (Basil Douglas, Anne Wood) -- 4.5, 6.1, 21.1
  • English Opera Research -- 8.1
  • Enitharmon Press (Alan Clodd) -- 14.1-2
  • L’Escargot Bienvenu -- 47.4
  • Esslin, Martin, 1918-2002 -- 2.4, 2.6, 24.7, 42.2
  • European Community Youth Orchestra (Janet Hughes, Anne de Précourt, Sally Thomas) -- 5.3, 22.1
  • Evans, B. Ifor (Benjamin Ifor), 1899- (Adelphi) -- 5.6, 16.8, 38.5, 24.7, 25.3, 52.1-2
  • Evans, Lindsay -- 24.7, 42.1
  • Evening Standard Cp. Ltd. (J. H. Taylor) -- 21.4
  • Ewart, Arthur -- 34.5
  • Ewart, Gavin -- 45.6
  • Ewen, David-- 52.3
  • Exeter College (University of Oxford) (Sophia ___) -- 21.8
  • Exeter University Library (John F. Stirling) -- 37.1, 42.8
  • Eyres-Monsell, Graham -- 27.1
  • Faber and Faber (Janet Bloomfield, Patrick Carnegie, Peter Crawley, Giles De la Mare, Peter du Sautoy, Earl of Mount Charles, T. S. (Thomas Stearns) Eliot, 1888-1965, Valerie Eliot, John Evans, Judith Fiennes, Charles Ford, Rosemary Goad, Valerie Griffiths, Carole Hope, Susan Jones, Martin Kingsbury, Sally Lane, John Lord, Donald Mitchell, 1925- , Charles Monteith, P. Morbey, J. D. F. Nichols, Judith Osborne, Mavis E. Pindard, A. T. G. Pocock, Brian Rooney, Don Shaw, M. Shaw, G. Smith, John Thomson, Constance M. Whittaker, A. Winwright -- 2.1, 4.1, 5.1-3, 6.2-3, 11.1, 13.1-5, 17.1, 21.8-9, 22.1-2, 24.2, 24.4-5, 25.3, 25.5, 27.2, 36.7, 39.16, 41.20, 42.4, 42.6, 45.4-7, 45.9, 46.6, 47.4, 48.9, 52.3, 54.2
  • Faber Music (Firm) (Roderick Biss, Julian Elloway, Penelope Hill, Martin Kingsbury, Belinda Lloyd, Donald Mitchell, 1925- , Susan Prestwich, C. G. Stoner, John Thomson, Margot Toplis) -- 5.1, 5.3, 6.3, 21.8-9, 22.1-2, 37.3
  • Fainlight, Harry, d. 1982 -- 40.18, 48.8
  • Fairfax, John, 1930-2009 -- 45.6
  • Falk, Sawyer, 1898-1961 (Syracuse University, Drama Department) -- 21.1, 46.1
  • Far and Wide (Peter Goffin, 1906-1974) -- 20.13
  • Fayers, H. Douglas -- 16.8, 20.13-14
  • Fermoy, Ruth -- 45.4
  • Few & Kester, Solicitors (J. D. Tunncliffe) -- 31.1
  • Field, Anthony “Tony” -- 45.6; see also Arts Council of Great Britain
  • Fields, Roy -- 45.6
  • Fincher, Helen -- 27.1
  • Finchley Children’s Music Group (Ruth Andrewes) -- 25.4
  • Finlay, Ian Hamilton (Wild Hawthorne Press) -- 17.6, 42.1
  • Finzi, Gerald, 1901-1956 -- 20.14
  • Firth, George -- 45.4
  • Fisher, Bryan -- 27.1
  • Fisher, Richard B. -- 45.7
  • Fiske, Roger -- 13.2, 37.3, 51.3
  • Fitzsimmons, E. T. H. -- 47.5
  • [Flath-Becker, Sigrid, 1949- ] -- 27.2
  • Fletcher, Constance Kyrle -- 13.3, 24.7, 25.3, 25.6, 34.5, 39.23, 45.6
  • Fondazione Rossini di Pesaro (Bruno Riboli) -- 37.4
  • Forberg, Robert -- 22.3 [reprinted correspondence]
  • Forman, Denis, Sir, 1917- -- 5.5
  • Forster, E. M. (Edward Morgan), 1879-1970 -- 48.8, 50.1
  • Forsythe Kerman (A. J. Fullerton) -- 30.1
  • Fortune, Nigel -- 12.5, 13.1
  • Foundation Gaudeamus (Amsterdam, Netherlands) (Chris Walraven) -- 25.9
  • Fox, D. G. A. (Douglas Gerard Arthur), 1893-1978 -- 13.2
  • Fox, Gerard E.-- 20.14
  • Fox, Levi -- 14.2, 39.13, 40.27, 42.3-4
  • Fox, Winifred -- 13.2
  • Frames Travel Agents (Noel Peters) -- 46.4
  • Francis, Basil -- 12.5
  • Frank, Alan -- 6.1
  • Franklin, Colin -- 25.3
  • Fraser, Antonia, 1932 -- 13.1, 13.3
  • Freeman, John W., 1928- -- 13.4
  • Fricker, Peter Racine, 1920-1990 -- 27.1-2, 46.4, 46.6, 48.15
  • Friend, Harry -- 21.3
  • The Friends of Covent Garden -- 27.2
  • Friends of the Little Missenden Festival -- see Little Missenden Festival
  • Front page challenge (Television program) (Ray McConnell) -- 47.1
  • Fry, Christopher, 1907-2005 -- 25.3, 48.8, 50.1
  • Fulcrum Press (Deirdre Montgomery, Stuart Montgomery, 1940- ) -- 40.27, 46.3, 49.7
  • Fullam Light Operatic Society (David Paramor) -- 13.1
  • Fuller, John -- 46.1, 48.8
  • Fuller, Roy, 1912-1991 -- 24.7, 45.6, 47.1, 48.8, 49.3
  • Fulneck School (Dorcas E. Walsh) -- 14.5
  • Gagey, Edmond M. (Edmond McAdoo), 1901- -- 21.3
  • Gardner, Helen Louise, Dame -- 40.10, 40.25
  • Gallié, Louis -- 22.3 [reprinted correspondence]
  • Gallop, Donald -- 46.1
  • Ganymed (Ann Baer, Bernhard Baer) -- 25.4, 27.1
  • Garland, Patrick -- 39.21
  • Garnett, David -- 48.10
  • Garrett, Tony, 1929- -- 36.1
  • Gellhorn, Peter -- 21.1, 34.5
  • General Press Cutting Association, Ltd. -- 21.1
  • Germany. Botschaft (Great Britain) (Brigitte Lohmeyer) -- 36.1
  • Ghose, Zulfikar, 1935- -- 17.5, 40.9, 42.2
  • Gibbs, C. Armstrong -- 20.13
  • Gibson, Andrew -- 14.1
  • Gide, André, 1869-1951 -- 50.1
  • Gielgud, John, 1904-2000 -- 50.1
  • Gifford, Terry -- 42.4
  • Giles, Tony -- 51.2
  • Gill, Eric, 1882-1940 -- 34.5, 48.10, 50.1
  • Gishford, Anthony “Tony” -- 4.5, 5.5-7, 6.1-2, 42.2, 52.3; see also Boosey & Hawkes Hawkes Music Publishers and Tempo
  • Glasgow, Mary Cecilia, 1905- -- 1.5, 2.1, 45.4; see also Annual Register of World Events and Council for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts
  • Glasgow Grand Opera Society (Movra Meeghey, A. H. Wilson) -- 20.14
  • Glover, A. S. B. -- 12.5
  • Glyndebourne Festival Opera (Moran Caplat) -- 5.5
  • Glyndebourne Opera House (East Sussex, England) (John Christie, 1882- 1962) -- 20.13-14
  • Goacher, Denis -- 51.6
  • Goertzel, Victor -- 5.1
  • Goldie, Kenneth -- 34.5
  • Goldman, Alexandra -- 48.11
  • Goldman, Daniel Franko -- 46.3, 48.11
  • Goldman, Richard Franko -- 46.3, 47.1, 48.11
  • Goldsmiths’ College (Benedict Sarnaker) -- 13.4
  • Gomes, Charles -- 37.8
  • Goodell, Robert C. -- 14.5
  • Goodman, Arnold Goodman, Baron, 1913 -- 25.4, 45.4, 59
  • Gordon, Stewart, 1930- -- 37.4, 46.3
  • Gordon, Giles, 1940-2003 (Victor Gollancz Ltd.) -- 45.4
  • Goring, Marius, 1912-1998 -- 39.16, 48.10
  • Gosse, Edmund, 1849-1928 -- 48.10
  • Goucher College (______ Chamberlain, Elliot W. Galkin, ______ Goldman, William L. Hedges, Marvin B. (Marvin Bank) Perry, 1918-1994) -- 46.3
  • [Gowing, Margaret] -- 45.6
  • [Gowing, Nik] -- 45.6
  • Graffe, Etienne -- 45.8
  • Graham, Colin, 1931-2007 (re. King Arthur) -- 13.1, 13.3
  • Graham, E. C. -- 37.3-4
  • Grand Priory in the British Realm of the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem (N. C. McClintock) -- 31.5, 41.15
  • Graves, Perceval -- 12.5
  • Graves, Robert -- 50.1
  • Great Britain. Cabinet Office (W. D. Wilkinson) -- 29.7
  • Great Britain. Central Office of Information (Janet Hewlett-Davies) -- 47.5
  • Great Britain. Embassy (Hungary) (T. F. Stones) -- 47.4
  • Great Britain/East Europe Center (Doreen Berry) -- 47.4
  • Great Britain. Foreign Office (W. H. Robinson) -- 29.7
  • Great Britain. Home Office -- 47.4
  • Great Britain. Lord Chamberlain’s Office (Margaret Brown) -- 20.14
  • Great Britain. Ministry of Information. Films Division (Arthur Elton) -- 29.7
  • Great Britain. Ministry of Labour and National Service -- 29.7
  • Great Britain. Overseas Press Service (Victoria Chappelle, Fred Graham) -- 52.2
  • Great Britain. Public Record Offic (J. E. Fagg) -- 21.4
  • Great Britain. Royal Mint (C. L. Powell) -- 36.7
  • Greater London Arts Association (David Pratley) -- 36.1
  • Greater London Council (Joan Coburn, Alan R. Neate) -- 13.2
  • Greene, Graham, 1901-1994 -- 40.18, 48.10
  • Greenfield, Edward -- 6.2
  • Greenwood, Doreen -- 27.1
  • Greenwood, Ormerod -- 5.2
  • Greenwood Press (______ Morse) -- 41.7
  • Gresham's School. Holt, Eng. (Norfolk) (______ Howard) -- 6.1
  • Greyser, Stephen A. -- 1.5
  • Griffith, Llewelyn Wyn, 1890-1977 -- 5.7
  • Griffiths, Paul, 1947 Nov. 24- -- 22.1
  • Grigson, Geoffrey, 1905-1985 -- 51.1
  • Grijp, Louis Peter -- 21.8
  • Gromme, B. -- 21.2
  • Groom, Bernard, b. 1892 -- 42.2; see also Bristol College
  • Grosso, Luigi -- 5.2
  • Grove’s Dictionary of Music & Musicians (Stanley Sadie) -- 21.8, 50.8
  • Gruffyground Press (Anthony Baden Baker) -- 37.8
  • Guardian (Manchester, England) (A. P. ______, Bill ______, Paul Shuffrey) -- 17.2, 21.1, 52.2
  • Gueroult, Denis -- 21.9
  • Guest, Ivor Forbes -- 13.3, 37.3-4
  • Guildhall School of Music and Drama (London, England) (Charles Henden, Raymond Rayner) -- 20.14, 42.4
  • Guildhall of St. George -- 45.4
  • Gundry, Inglis -- 20.14, 21.3
  • Gunn, Thom-- 48.10
  • Guthrie, John -- 40.26, 49.7, 57
  • H. D. (Hilda Doolittle), 1886-1961 -- 13.6, 14.1, 14.5, 39.11, 48.12, 50.1
  • HTV (Terry Harding) -- 1.5
  • Hafkamp, C. P. -- 5.2
  • Hagan, Nina -- 34.1
  • Hallé Concerts Society (Clive F. Smart), (Linda M. Beswick) -- 1.5
  • Halliday, F. E. (Frank Ernest), 1903- -- 27.1
  • Hamilton, Ian, 1938-2001 -- 42.2
  • Hamilton, David -- 46.1
  • Hamilton, G. Rostrevor (George Rostrevor), 1888-1967 -- 6.1, 24.7, 42.2
  • Hamilton, Marion -- 24.7
  • Hamilton, Patrick -- 17.6
  • Hammond, Arthur -- 20.13, 21.2
  • [Hancock], Ralph -- 13.5
  • Hand & Flower Press (Erica Marx) -- 7.2
  • Hanes, R. Philip, 1926- -- 46.1
  • Hansen, Jane -- 46.6
  • Hansen, Joseph, 1923-2004 -- 45.6, 46.6, 48.15, 51.1
  • Hardy, Thomas, Mrs. -- 15.7
  • Hare, John Hugh, 1st Viscount Blakenham -- 39.16
  • Harewood, George Henry Hubert Lascelles, Earl of, 1923 -- 5.7, 13.3, 21.4, 27.1, 31.1
  • Harpe, Bill -- 40.9
  • Harper & Row, Publishers (Nahum Waxman) -- 50.8
  • Harland, J., Mrs. (secretary to White) -- 36.1
  • Harris, John S. (University of Massachusetts at Amherst) -- 46.1-2, 51.3
  • Harris, Raymond G. -- 51.6
  • Harris, Rosemary and Raymond -- 45.6-7
  • Harrison, C. E. Rhodes -- 41.7
  • Harrison, John -- 20.14, 45.7
  • Harrison, Mark -- 36.6
  • Harrison, Michael -- 52.2
  • Harrison, Patricia “Pat” -- 45.4, 45.6-7, 51.6; see also Little Missenden Festival
  • Harrogate Festival of Arts & Sciences (Clive Wilson) -- 13.1
  • Harrow School. Vaughan Library (D. Venables) -- 13.2
  • Hart-Davis, Rupert, 1907-1999 (re. William Plomer) -- 37.1
  • Hartley-Hodder, Eileen -- 34.5
  • Harvard Medical School. Neurological Unit (Henry Dinsdale) -- 46.1
  • Harvard University. Dept. of English (Robert Fitzgerald) -- 42.2
  • Harvard University. Dept. of Music (Arthur Comegno, Elliot Forbes) -- 22.1, 46.1
  • Harvard University. Library (William Van Lennep, Mary J. Reardon) -- 12.5
  • Harvard University. Summer School of Arts and Sciences and of Education (Douglas Schwalbe) -- 27.2, 45.9
  • Harvey, Laurence -- 50.1
  • Haskins, Lola -- 14.1
  • Hassall, Christopher, 1912-1963 -- 21.3, 50.1, 52.3
  • Hawker, Karl -- 25.3-4, 27.1
  • Hawkins, Imogene -- 34.5
  • Hawkins, Mollie -- 34.5
  • Hawkins, Richard -- 14.5, 25.3, 27.1
  • Hawksley, Cyril D. B. -- 20.13
  • Hawksley, Jane -- 5.2
  • Hayward, John, 1905-1965 -- 24.7, 40.10
  • Heaney, Seamus, 1939- -- 41.7, 48.12
  • Heinemann (Firm) (Alan Hill, Heather Karolyi) -- 52.3
  • Heinemann Young Books (Anna Locke) -- 22.2
  • Hemmings, Alan -- 37.3
  • Henderson, Jack -- 5.7, 6.1, 14.5
  • Henderson, Philip -- 5.7
  • Henley, Peggy [secretary to Peter Pears] -- 45.6
  • Hennegan, Alison (Gay News) -- 46.6
  • Henri, Adrian -- 45.6, 48.12, 51.6
  • Hepworth, Barbara, Dame, 1903-1975 -- 21.1, 21.4, 27.1 ,40.3, 48.12, 52.2, 59
  • Herbage, Julian, 1904-1976 -- 6.2
  • Herbert Press Limited (David Herbert) -- 5.3
  • Hereford Cathedral. Library (Frederick Charles Morgan) -- 37.4
  • Hewson, Andrew -- 45.7, 46.6, 51.2
  • Heyworth, Peter, 1921- -- 21.8, 27.1, 50.8
  • Higgens, Judith -- 45.4
  • Hinchliffe, Elizabeth M. -- 51.4
  • Hockney, David -- 48.12
  • Hodgkinson, Jo -- 13.1, 20.5, 21.1, 45.4; see also Arts Council of Great Britain
  • Hodgson, ______ -- 40.20
  • Hogarth, A. David -- 5.3, 21.9
  • Hogarth Press (Peggy Belsher, Aline Burch, Angus Davidson, Dame Barbara Hepworth, 1903-1975, John Lehmann, 1907- , Piers Raymond, Margaret West, Leonard Woolf, 1880-1969) -- 7.1, 52.2
  • Holland-Hibbert, Thurstan, 4th Viscount Knutsford -- 21.1
  • Holland-Hibbert, Viola Mary Clutterbuck -- 37.3-4
  • Hollander, John -- 46.1
  • Holliday, A. W. -- 37.4
  • Holroyd, Michael -- 46.6, 48.12
  • Holst, Imogen, 1907-1984 -- 6.3, 12.5, 13.1, 14.5, 20.14, 21.1, 37.4, 39.13, 52.1
  • [Holt], Charles [L.] -- 6.1
  • Hong Kong Arts Centre (Neil Duncan) -- 22.1, 46.4
  • Hooper, Andrew -- 45.6
  • Hooper, Jerry W. -- 46.4, 51.2
  • Hooper, W. T. -- 46.4
  • Hopkins, Paul M. S. -- 21.4
  • Horden, Ronald -- 34.5
  • Horizon (Victor William Peter Watson) -- 52.2
  • Horn, Gabriel-- 31.1
  • Horn Book Magazine (Bertha E. Mahony Miller) -- 52.2
  • Horovitz, Michael, 1935- -- 42.3-4
  • Horsfield, Basil (secretary to John Pritchard) -- 27.1
  • Hort, H. -- 13.1
  • Hotel Schuyler (Guthrie D. Pekarne) -- 46.1, 47.6
  • Hoults Ltd. -- 50.5
  • House, Gordon -- 41.5, 45.4, 45.7
  • Howard, George -- 20.13, 21.1, 37.3
  • Huddleston, Miles -- 50.8
  • Hudson, Havelock “Hal” -- 45.6; see also Arvon Foundation
  • Hudson, Norman -- 46.4
  • Hughes, Carol Orchard -- 30.1, 40.16, 43.1, 43.3-4, 45.6
  • Hughes, David -- 50.8
  • Hughes, Donald -- 14.5
  • Hughes, Eric -- 22.2
  • Hughes, Spike, 1908-1987 (International Encyclopedia of Opera) -- 13.2, 50.8
  • Hughes, Ted, 1930-1998 -- 30.1, 31.1, 36.1, 36.7, 40.16, 40.18, 40.23, 41.11, 41.17, 42.3-6, 43.1-2, 43.6, 45.6, 51.1
  • Hulton Press (J. Marshall) -- 21.1
  • Hunter, Clyde -- 46.4
  • Hunter, Ian -- 40.9
  • Hurd, Michael, 1928-2006 -- 13.1-2
  • Hürlimann, Barbara -- 4.4
  • Hürlimann, Bettina, 1909-1983-- 5.2, 5.6, 7.1, 17.2, 35.1, 42.1-2, 49.3, 50.2, 51.4, 51.6
  • Hürlimann-Kiepenheuer, Bettina -- see Hürlimann, Bettina, 1909-1983
  • Hürlimann-Kiepenheuer, Martin -- 5.2, 5.5-7, 6.1, 21.2, 25.3, 27.1, 29.7, 35.1, 35.6, 35.8, 37.3, 42.1, 51.1
  • Hussey, Dyneley, 1893-1972 -- 20.14, 52.1
  • Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers) (James Clark) -- 20.13
  • Hutchinson Publishing Group Limited (Vivien Anderson, Chris Chippindale, Brenda Earl, Helen Hibbert, Kevin McDermott) -- 27.2, 27.4, 45.7
  • Hutchinson, Sidney C. (Royal Academy of Arts) -- 37.4
  • Hutton, Helen Nell Blair -- 31.2, 34.5, 45.6
  • Hutton, Peter -- 5.2, 45.6, 51.2
  • Ifan Kyrle Fletcher (Firm) (Constance Kyrle Fletcher, Ifan Kyrle Fletcher, 1905-1969, N. Norton Smith, M. J. W. Willis-Fear ) -- 13.3, 20.13- 14, 24.7, 25.3. 25.6, 34.5
  • Ilkley Literature Festival (Michael Dawson, 1932-, G. Hodges, Timothy Noble, 1945- ) -- 36.1, 42.4-5
  • Illustrated London News (A. Jennings) -- 21.1
  • Indiana University, School of Music (Vernon L. Kliewer) -- 13.4
  • Indica Bookshop and Gallery (Miles ______) -- 40.17, 48.17
  • Ingledew Mark Pybus, Solicitors (Michael ______) -- 36.5
  • Institute of Bankers (Great Britain) -- 20.14
  • Institute of Contemporary Arts (London, England) (Dorothy Morland) – 48.6
  • Insull, Bonnie -- 21.8
  • Interkoncert Budapest (Krisztina Remenyi) -- 36.6, 36.7
  • International Centre of Theatre Research (Peter Brook, 1925- ) --1.5
  • International Federation for Theatre Research (Sybil Rosenfeld) -- 37.3
  • International Stravinsky Symposium (Jann Pasler) -- 45.5
  • International Theatre Institute (Olivier Perrin) -- 52.2
  • International Theatre Institute. British Centre (Kenneth Rae) -- 52.2
  • Intimate Opera Company (Stephen Manton) -- 13.1
  • Ireland, John, 1897-1962 -- 50.1
  • Irvin, Eric -- 13.3, 46.4
  • Italian Institute (London, England) (Filippo Donini) -- 13.1
  • Iveagh Bequest, Kenwood (London, England) (Rose Harris) -- 13.1
  • J. Garnet Miller Ltd. (John G. F. Miller) -- 21.3
  • J. M. Dent & Sons (Fiano Laughton for Julia Kellerman) -- 21.9
  • J. & W. Chester (Firm) (Robin Boyle, Sheila MacCrindle) -- 13.4, 21.9, 22.1, 22.3
  • Jackson, Glenda -- 49.3
  • Jacobs, Arthur, 1922-1996 -- 21.1
  • Jacobson, Robert M. -- 5.1, 13.2
  • Jargon Society -- see Williams, Jonathan
  • Jay, Catherine -- 1.5
  • Jay, Peter, 1945- -- 40.25, 41.4, 45.6, 48.13, 61
  • Jayasunders, Malinee -- 27.2
  • Jeffares, A. Norman (Alexander Norman), 1920-2005 “Derry” -- 13.3, 47.6
  • Jellatchitch de Buszim, Michel -- 21.8, 22.1
  • Jellatchitch de Buszim, Madame Georges -- 22.1
  • Jenkins, Gilmour, Sir -- 27.1
  • Jenkins, Roy, 1920-2003 -- 41.7
  • John Lehmann Limited- 20.13; (Adrian Beckett, Val Biro, 1921- , John Hall, Dame Barbara Hepworth, 1903-1975, John Lehmann, 1907- ) -- 5.6, 20.13-14, 21.1-2, 21.4
  • John Lewis Partnership (Enid Lochel) -- 21.1
  • John Roberts Press (Bernard Roberts) -- galley files
  • Johns Hopkins University. Peabody Institute (Paul Case, Diana Foerster, Richard Franco Goldman, 1910-1980, Ann Phillips) -- 14.6, 46.3, 47.1, 48.11, 52.1
  • Jones, David, 1895-1974 -- 40.18, 41.2, 48.13, 50.1
  • Jones, Rosemary M. -- 13.1
  • Josef Weinberger Ltd. (John Schofield) -- 13.2
  • Joseph, Charles M. -- 21.9, 22.2
  • Journal of Commonwealth Literature (Arthur Ravenscroft) -- 13.3
  • Juilliard School of Music (Gertrude Martin, William Schuman, 1910-1922) -- 21.1, 50.1
  • Jürgenson, Boris Petrovich -- 22.3 [reprinted correspondence]
  • Jürgenson, G. P. -- 22.3 [reprinted correspondence]
  • Kaleidoscope (television program) (David Perry, Rosemary Hart) -- 22.1, 50.8
  • Kallin, Anna -- 21.4, 27.1; see also British Broadcasting Corporation
  • Kecskhemti, Istvan -- 47.4
  • Keepsake Press (Roy Lewis) -- 42.2
  • Keller, Hans, 1919-1985 -- 45.7; see also British Broadcasting Corporation
  • Kemp, Ian -- 36.4, 25.3-4, 27.1, 28.4
  • Kennedy, Andrew -- 46.6, 47.1, 48.15, 51.2
  • Kennedy, Basil -- 47.1, 48.15
  • Kermode, Frank, 1919-2010 -- 31.1
  • Kern, Ronald C. -- 37.3-4
  • Ketton-Cremer, R. W. (Robert Wyndham), 1906-1969 -- 17.1, 51.1
  • Keynes, Geoffrey, 1887-1992 -- 2.1
  • Kholodovsky, Anna -- 22.7 [reprinted correspondence]
  • Kilday, ______ -- 46.1
  • Kilmaine, ______ -- 40.5
  • King, David -- 7.2
  • King’s College London (Pierluigi Petrobelli) -- 21.8
  • King’s College (University of Cambridge). Library (A. N. L. Mumby) -- 1.5
  • Kingston Arts Council (Marian Webb) -- 46.1
  • Kinnear, _____ (Mrs.) -- 46.4
  • Kinnell, Galway, 1927- -- 42.4
  • Kirkup, James, 1918-2009 -- 36.7, 41.10, 45.6, 48.14
  • Kitchin, Margaret -- 27.1
  • Kitching, Alan -- 45.5
  • Kling, Harry -- 22.3 [reprinted correspondence]
  • Kling, Otto -- 22.3 [reprinted correspondence]
  • Koch, Carl, 1892-1963 -- 7.2, 18.10, 19.2-3, 20.4, 34.5, 37.3
  • Krabbe, Gunver -- 21.8
  • Kuiper, J. J. -- 6.2
  • Kulturalis Kapcsolatok Intézete (Drexler Gabor) -- 41.21, 47.4
  • Kyle, Dewey -- 12.5
  • Kyrle Fletcher, Ifan -- 6.6, 7.2, 12.5, 13.1, 20.14, 21.1-4, 25.3, 34.5, 37.3, 37.4, 52.2-3
  • La Rose, John -- 45.4, 46.5
  • La Rose, Wole [grandson] -- 41.6, 45.4, 46.5, 51.2
  • Ladborough, R. W. -- 12.5
  • Laib, E. P. “Paul” -- 20.14, 37.3
  • Lambert, J. W. (Jack Walter), 1917-1986 -- 22.7
  • Lamont Library (Jeanne Broburg) -- 42.2
  • Landstone, Charles -- 1.5, 45.4
  • Langdon, J. D. (London Hospital) -- 51.6
  • Larkin, Philip -- 36.1, 37.1, 40.24-25, 41.1, 48.14
  • Latham, Peter, 1894-1970 -- 37.3
  • Lawson, Rex -- 22.2
  • Layfield, F. H. B. and Lady Patricia “Pat” -- 36.5, 45.6, 46.3
  • Lázár, Eszter -- 21.8, 47.4
  • Leabo, Judith -- 5.1
  • League of Nations. Interpreters’ and Translators’ Department (M. Blennerhassett, M. R. K. Burge, H. R. Cummings, G. Dennis, John Palmer) -- 29.7
  • Lee, Laurie -- 34.4, 36.7, 50.1
  • Leeds City Library (C.M. (Cyril Maynard) Mitchell, 1916-) -- 14.5
  • Leeper, Janet -- 13.1
  • Lefeaux, Charles -- 13.2
  • Lehmann, John, 1907- -- 5.6, 6.1, 20.13-14, 21.1, 24.7,40.16, 42.3, 45.4, 45.6-7, 48.14; see also Hogarth Press, John Lehmann Limited, London Magazine, New Writing, and Royal Literary Fund
  • Leighton Park School, Reading, England (Donald Pitcher) -- 21.4
  • Lemare, Iris -- 5.7, 6.1
  • Lermit, Ann -- 36.5, 45.7
  • [Levere], Elisabeth -- 19.3
  • Levi, Peter -- 51.1
  • Lewes, Klares -- 34.5, 49.3
  • Lewinski, Jeorge -- 27.2
  • Lewis, Anthony, 1915-1983 (Barber Institute) -- 6.1, 12.5, 13.1, 21.2
  • Lewis, Curigwen -- 5.3
  • Lewis, John -- 1.5, 6.1, 6.6, 21.1
  • Lewis, Griselda -- 5.5, 21.4
  • Life and Letters (Hamish Miles, 1894-1937, Edward J. O’Brien) -- 52.2
  • Lind, S. -- 5.1
  • LISTEN, A Review of Poetry and Criticism (George Hartley) -- 42.2
  • Listener (Gerald Abraham, 1904-1988) -- 5.5, 12.5, 52.1
  • Little, Kitty -- 13.6
  • Little Angel Theatre, London (George Speaight) -- 45.8
  • Little Missenden Festival Committtee (R. D. Connor, Sandra Connor, Michael Cox, Kenneth Dives, Richard Drakeford, Race Godfrey, Patricia Harrison, Diana Hopkinson, Bertha James, Ann Lermit, Cheryl Underhill, R. R. Washington) -- 36.4-8
  • Litton, Glenn -- 22.1
  • Liverpool Daily Post and Echo Ltd. (A.K. (Arthur Keith) Holland, 1892- 1980) -- 12.5
  • Liverpool Philharmonic Club (Marjorie C. Hill) -- 22.1
  • Liviabella, Lino, 1902-1964 -- 37.4
  • Living Arts and Science Center (James E. Seidelman) -- 46.3
  • Lloyd, Errol -- 41.14
  • Lockett, Margery -- 34.5
  • Lockwood Memorial Library (David Posner, Oscar A. Silverman) -- 24.7, 42.2, 46.1-2
  • Lodenek Press (Donald R. (Donald Ryley) Rawe, 1930-) -- 37.8
  • Loewenberg, Alfred -- 20.14, 45.8
  • London College of Furniture (Phillip Shirtcliff) -- 31.5
  • London Magazine (John Lehmann, Charles Osborne, 1927- , Alan Ross) -- 6.6, 25.4
  • London Philharmonic Orchestra (Eric Bravington) -- 1.5
  • London Sinfonietta (Michael Vyner, Anthony Whitworth-Jones) -- 21.8-9, 22.1
  • London Symphony Orchestra (Stephen Reiss) -- 1.5
  • Longmans Green, and Co. (B. M. Hurst) -- 20.13, 52.3
  • Lowe, M. G. -- 47.5
  • Lowenstein, Martin -- 46.1
  • Lubar, Walter -- 46.3, 47.1, 48.16, 51.6
  • Lucie-Smith, Edward “Teddy” -- 17.1, 40.16, 42.2, 48.17, 52.3
  • Ludlow Festival Society (______ Wilkes) -- 40.24
  • Ludlow Rural District Council (______ Atack) -- 40.24
  • Ludwig, Prince of Hesse, 1908-1968 -- 6.3
  • Lutyens, Elisabeth, 1906-1983 -- 12.3
  • Macdonald, Grant -- 51.2
  • Macdonald & Co. (W. Parrish, John Foster White) -- 5.7, 12.5, 20.13, 21.3
  • Mackenzie, Michael -- 41.7
  • Mackintosh, Iain -- 13.4
  • Macmillan & Co. (H.S. Latham, T. M. Farmiloe, Nicholas Byam Shaw) -- 1.5, 2.1, 20.13, 21.1, 37.5
  • Maconchy, Elizabeth, 1907-1994 -- 13.1
  • Macpherson, Kenneth -- 20.4
  • Maddermarket Theatre Trust Ltd. (W. Nugent Monck) -- 20.13
  • [Magazinovic], Oskar and Davorka [possibly Skunka] -- 51.6
  • Magyar Allamui Operaház (Pál Féjer) -- 47.4
  • Major, John -- 46.4, 46.6, 48.15
  • Making Music -- see Rural Music Schools Association
  • Malins, Edward Greenway -- 27.1
  • Malipiero, Gian Francesco, 1882-1973 -- 21.7
  • Mallon, James Joseph (Toynbee Hall) -- 19.2
  • Malta Gozo Ferries (E. Zammit) -- 51.3
  • Mandel, Charlotte, 1925- -- 14.1
  • Mander, [Dolores] -- 40.17
  • Mander and Mitchenson Theatre Collection -- 12.5
  • Mandley, Gwen -- 24.7
  • Manhattan East, Northeastern Publishing Corporation (John Watts) -- 47.5
  • Mann, William, 1924- -- 25.4, 27.1
  • Marlborough Fine Art Ltd. (V. Beston) -- 46.3
  • Marsden-Smedley, Hester -- 14.1
  • Marshall, William -- 5.7, 12.5, 53.2
  • Martin, K. A. C. “Kate” -- 34.5
  • Martin Brian & O’Keefe Ltd. (Brian Rooney) -- 13.3
  • Martin Du Gard, Roger, 1881-1958 -- 50.1
  • Martino, Irene -- 5.1
  • Marx, Erica, 1909-1969 -- see Hand and Flower Press
  • Maryland Institute, College of Art (Eugene W. Leake) -- 46.3
  • Masefield, John, 1878-1967 -- 40.16, 48.17, 50.1
  • Mason, Colin, 1924-1971 -- 27.1
  • Mason, Elizabeth -- 5.2
  • Mason, Stewart -- 27.2
  • Massine, Leonide, 1896-1979 -- 50.1
  • Masters, James E. -- 48.17
  • Mathison, Jane -- 27.1
  • Matthews, David -- 45.7
  • Mavor, O.H. (Osborne Henry) -- see James Bridie
  • Maude, Evelyn -- 27.1
  • Mayer, Elizabeth -- 5.7, 6.1
  • Mayer, Tony -- 5.1-2
  • McBean, Angus, 1904-1990 -- 21.1
  • McIntyre, Peter -- 24.7
  • McKay, Belinda -- 14.1
  • McMaster University Association for 18th-Century Studies (John D. (John Dudley) Browning, 1942- , Marie Cameron) -- 13.4-5
  • McMaster University. Dept. of Music (Frederick Albert Hall) -- 13.4
  • McPherson, J. B. “Jim” -- 13.3
  • McRobert, Anne -- 45.4, 46.2
  • McRobert, M. J. “Mac” -- 45.4, 45.6, 46.2
  • Meade, E. M. -- 31.2
  • Meerwein, Georg -- 21.8
  • Mehew, Ernest -- 46.1, 51.5
  • Mellers, Wilfred, 1914-2008 -- 27.1
  • Mellor, Oscar -- 42.2
  • Mendelson, Edward -- 5.2, 13.2, 17.6
  • Mercers’ Company (London, England) (re. Gresham Lectures) -- 39.20
  • Mercier, Philippe -- 13.1
  • Merton Arts Council (Josephine Richardson) -- 25.5
  • Messel, Leonard, Mrs. (by Daphne L. Dengate) -- 37.3-4
  • Messel, Oliver, 1904-1978 -- 50.1
  • Methuen & Co. (P. Hubner) -- 21.2
  • Mettham, John M. -- 21.3
  • Michael Vyner Management (Michael Vyner) -- 37.3
  • Micro Methods Ltd. (J. W. G. Bruce) -- 14.5
  • Middleton, Christopher -- 48.17
  • Milenov, Sasha -- 52.3
  • Miles, Bernard, 1907-1991 -- 51.2
  • Miles, Francis -- 34.5
  • Miller, Karl, 1931- -- 45.4
  • Milne, Ewart, 1903- and Thelma [sister of Dodo White] -- 16.8, 24.7, 38.1, 42.2
  • Milne, Kevin -- 45.6
  • Minchinton, John -- 25.3
  • Misbourne School (Great Missenden, Bucks, England) (Roderick Bunce, Derek Thrower) -- 36.4, 36.7
  • Mitchell, Derek Jack -- 29.7
  • Mitchell, ______ -- 40.27
  • Mitchell, Donald, 1925- -- 5.3, 5.5, 5.7, 6.2-3, 13.1, 21.8-9, 22.1, 24.7, 25.3, 27.1, 45.4, 47.4, 51.1, 52.2
  • Mitchell, Kathleen -- 27.1
  • Moat, John -- 42.1-2, 42.4, 45.6, 48.17, 51.2
  • Moggridge, D. E. (Donald Edward), 1943- -- 1.5, 2.1
  • Moldon, Peter L. (Faber and Faber) -- 46.6
  • Monteith, Charles (Faber and Faber) -- 45.6; see also Faber and Faber
  • Moore, Bob -- 21.3
  • Moore, Dorothy -- 45.6
  • Moore, Edith “Edie” (Mrs. John E. B.) -- 46.1
  • Moore, John E. B. -- 46.1
  • Moore, Gerald -- 40.14
  • Moore, Henry, 1898-1986 -- 36.1, 39.18, 41.10, 41.15, 45.6, 48.17, 50.1
  • Moore, Nicholas, 1918-1986 -- 48.17, 50.1
  • Moravian Church. Archives (Vernon H. (Vernon Hans Nelson, 1933- ) -- 14.6
  • Moravian Church in Great Britain and Ireland (C. W. Schooling) -- 14.6
  • Moravian Church, Maudlin Street, Bristol (Rev. F. H. Mellowes) -- 14.5
  • Moravian Music Foundation (Donald M. McCorkle) -- 14.5
  • Morgan, Charles -- 50.1
  • Morgan, Edwin, 1920-2010 -- 48.17
  • Morland, William -- 27.1
  • Morley, Hugh -- 22.8
  • Mortimer, Ian (I. M. Imprimit (Firm)) -- 51.3
  • Morton, Lawrence -- 22.1
  • Moss, Laurence -- 46.3, 51.3
  • Mount Edgcumbe, Earl of -- 20.14
  • Munro, Helen -- 16.8
  • Murdoch, Iris -- 48.17
  • Murphy, Richard, 1927- -- 40.18, 48.17
  • Museo Teatrale Alla Scala (D. ______, Stefano Vittadini) -- 12.5, 37.3-4
  • Museum of London (Colin Sorensen) -- 45.8
  • Music Club of London (Keith Lilliman) -- 6.2, 22.1
  • Music and Letters (Edward Olleson) -- 21.8
  • Music and Musicians (Michael Reynolds) -- 45.9
  • Music Survey (Donald Mitchell, 1925- ) -- 5.5, 52.2
  • Music Teacher (David Renouf) -- 25.5
  • Musical Quarterly (Joan Peyser) -- 37.5
  • Musical Times (Andrew _____) -- 14.4
  • North Eastern Association for the Arts (Alexander Dunbar) -- 40.24
  • Nalbach, Daniel (University of Saskatchewan) -- 45.9, 47.1
  • Nangle, Julian, 1947- (Crane Bookshop, Words Etcetera Bookshop) -- 42.2, 42.4, 43.10, 49.3
  • Narraway, Ollie B. (Mrs. William E.) -- 13.4
  • Nash, John -- 48.17
  • National Book League (Great Britain) (Herbert Howarth) -- 52.1
  • National Council of Social Service (L. F. Ellis, D. H. W. Hall, G. E. Haynes, E. Major, Irene Port, A. C. Richmond, L. Shoeten “Shooty” Sack, Anthony Stirling, Kathleen Talbot) -- 29.7, 34.5, 51.4
  • National Galleries of Scotland. Trustees (R. Moncrieff) -- 21.1
  • National Gallery of Art (U. S.) (William Howard Adams) -- 2.1, 46.3
  • National Gallery of Scotland (James R. Brotchie, D. M. F.) -- 20.14, 21.1
  • National Library of Canada (Helmut Kallmann) -- 13.2
  • National Library of Scotland (E. F. D. Roberts) -- 37.1
  • National Library of Wales (P. W. Davies) -- 13.4
  • National Opera of Australia (Norman L. Adams) -- 21.3
  • National Opera Council of Australia -- 21.3
  • National Poetry Secretariat U. K. (Marjorie Barton, Pamela Clunies-Ross) -- 42.4, 48.10
  • National Portrait Gallery (Great Britain) (C. K. Kingsley Adams, Audrey M. Parker, Maureen Sloan, Roy C. Strong) -- 13.1, 20.13, 21.1-2, 37.3-4
  • National Provincial Bank (London, England) -- 20.14
  • National Scheme for Disabled Men (Raymond Rayner) -- 20.13-14
  • National Theatre (Great Britain) (Kenneth Rae) -- 21.4
  • National Westminster Bank (H. Sandercock) -- 36.7
  • Nectoux, Jean Michel, 1946- -- 22.2
  • Neruda, Pablo, 1904-1973 -- 48.17
  • Nettel, Reginald, 1899-1980 -- 21.1
  • New Fabian Research Bureau (Great Britain) (Leonard Woolf, 1880-1969) -- 7.1
  • New Opera Company (Nicholas Snowman) -- 13.1
  • New Philharmonia Orchestra of London (Gerald McDonald) -- 1.5
  • New Writing (John Lehmann, 1907- ) -- 50.1, 52.2
  • New York Public Library (Lola L. Szladits) -- 37.1, 42.5
  • New York Review of Books (Robert Silvers) -- 22.7
  • New Yorker (Andrew______) -- 27.2, 42.2
  • New Statesman (Karl Malle) -- 52.3
  • New Statesman and Nation (C. Lloyd) -- 52.2
  • Newton, ______ -- 40.20
  • Nichols, Roger -- 21.8
  • Nicholson, Harold, 1931- -- 40.9
  • Nicholson, Norman, 1914-1987 -- 40.18
  • Nicoll, Allardyce, 1894-1976 -- 12.5, 20.13, 37.4
  • Nijinsky, Romola de Pulszky -- 50.1
  • 92nd Street Y (New York, N.Y.) (Elizabeth D. Kray, 1916-1987) -- 46.2
  • Nisbet, Nellie -- 34.5
  • Nolan, Sidney, 1917-1992 -- 27.1, 42.2, 48.17, 50.1
  • Nonesuch Records (Firm) (Teresa Sterne) -- 22.2
  • Noon, David, 1946- -- 51.3-4
  • Norfolk and Norwich Triennial Festival (Anthony Cooper) -- 37.5
  • Norfolk Island (Chas. I. Buffett) -- 21.3-4
  • Norman, Frank -- 51.5
  • North, R., Mrs. -- 12.5
  • Northouse, Cameron -- 13.2
  • Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). Dept. of English -- 42.3
  • Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). Library (Mary E. Linden, Richard L. Press, Don Roberts, 1938- ) -- 25.6. 27.2, 37.3, 42.3, 47.1
  • Norwich (England). Public Libraries (P. Hepworth) -- 12.5
  • Novello, Ivor, 1893-1951 -- 50.1
  • Novello & Co. -- 10.14, 20.13
  • Nye, Robert -- 6.6
  • Observer (London, England) (Richard Findlater) -- 1.5
  • Oeberg, E. A. -- 22.3 [reprinted correspondence]
  • Oldfield, W. R.”Bill” (Asociacion Rosarina de Cultura Inglesa, Buenos Aires) -- 47.5
  • O’Neil, Ivan -- 12.5
  • Ontario Arts Council (D. Paul Schafer) -- 46.1
  • Ontario Provincial Drama Council Marian Webb) -- 46.1
  • Onuoha, ______ -- 40.17
  • Opera (Robert M. Jacobson, Harold D. Rosenthal) -- 5.1, 13.2, 21.3-4, 25.1, 45.9, 46.4, 52.1-3
  • Opera Canada (Ruby Mercer, Lyn Stanger) -- 13.2-3
  • Opera Club (Totteridge) (Derek H. Johnson) -- 21.1
  • Opera News (Robert M. Jacobson) -- 13.2, 25.5
  • Opfermann, Hans Carl, 1907- -- 51.3
  • Osborn, James Marshall -- 12.5, 14.5; 37.3, 46.1-2
  • Osborn, Tom -- 46.1
  • Osborne, Charles, 1927- -- 13.2, 17.2, 17.6, 25.4, 31.1, 36.1, 42.4, 45.4-6, 46.6, 50.8, 51.21; see also Arts Council of Great Britain
  • Osborne, Judith – 11.1, 12.1, 13.2, 13.4-5, 21.8, 22.1; see also Faber and Faber
  • Osborne, Nancy -- 34.5
  • Oslo Kommunes Kunstamlinger (Eli Sanne) -- 11.1, 13.4
  • Oxford University Opera Club (Tom V. Spencer) -- 12.2, 21.1
  • Oxford University Press (Allison Crane, John Bell, Barry Marshall, Anne Milsom, P.A. Mulgan, Bruce Phillips, Jon Stallworthy) -- 12.2, 12.5, 13.6, 21.3, 22.1, 36.7, 39.22, 49.7
  • Oxford University Press. Music Dept. (Sir William Davenant, Alan Frank, Anthony M______, Carol Newing, K.W.S.) -- 5.6, 6.1, 12.5, 13.2, 21.3
  • P. F. Collier & Son Corporation (William T. Couch, William D. Linehan) -- 5.7, 52.1
  • Paget, Lyell -- 21.1
  • Pall Mall Depository (Henry Geirson) -- 37.4
  • Palmer, Itty -- 34.5, 50.2
  • Palmer, Mildred -- 34.5, 50.2
  • Paramor, C. D. -- 51.4
  • Paraskos, Stass -- 49.2
  • Parker, Derek, 1932- -- 5.1, 5.3, 5.7, 6.2-4, 45.6
  • Parr, John E. -- 45.6
  • Partridge, Anthony J. -- 13.1
  • Patten, Brian, 1946- -- 36.4-5, 36.7, 42.4, 49.1
  • Paulussen, Diethelm -- 22.2
  • Payne, Nicholas -- 1.5
  • Paynter, John -- 21.8
  • Peace Pledge Union (Stuart Morris) -- 5.7
  • Pears, Peter, Sir -- 5.1, 5.3, 6.2-4, 5.7, 6.2, 6.4, 45.6
  • Pears-Phipps, Susan [for Peter Pears] -- 47.5
  • Pearton, Maurice -- 13.2
  • Pearson, Norman Holmes, 1909-1975 -- 13.6, 14.1, 24.7
  • Pearson, Susan -- 13.6
  • Pease, David and Tina -- 45.6
  • Pendlebury Library of Music (Charles Cudworth) -- 13.1
  • Penguin (Firm) (Oliver Caldecott, A.S.B. Glover, Ann Phillips, Richard Newnham) -- 12.5, 39.11, 52.1, 52.3
  • Penny, Martin -- 21.3
  • Pennyman, Ruth -- 27.1
  • Pepperell Pitt & Aylett -- 50.3
  • Pepys Library (Derek Pepys Whiteley) -- 12.5, 13.1
  • Peschek, Jim -- 27.1
  • Le Petit Club Français (S. B. S. Livesey, Moyra Silberman) -- 51.3, 51.5-6
  • Petti, Anthony G. “Tony” (University of Calgary) -- 47.1, 49.3
  • Phillips, Gifford -- 46.3
  • Phillips, H. B. (Henry Bettesworth), 1866-1950 -- 20.14
  • Phillips, N. (Mrs. Henry B.) -- 20.14, 21.1
  • Philosophical Library Publishers (Rose Morse) -- 5.5, 13.1-2
  • Phipps, W. Scott -- 4.5
  • [Phonogram International B. V.] (Anne Armes, F. Blewanus, A. David Hogarth) -- 5.3, 8.6, 21.9
  • Piccolo Press (Hertfordshire, England) (James Corbett, John Craig) -- 37.8, 42.4
  • Pickard, Tom, 1946- -- 40.17-18, 49.1
  • Picture Post Library -- 21.1
  • Piedmont Publishing Company (Beverly Wolter) -- 46.2
  • Pilgrim Trust (Great Britain) (Clare Woolrich) -- 2.1
  • Pilinszky, János -- 47.4
  • Pilt, ______ -- 38.2
  • Pinkett, Eric -- 27.2
  • Pinney, Betty -- 51.3, 51.6
  • Piper, John, 1903-1992 -- 5.7, 6.1-2, 21.1, 49.1, 50.1, 51.2
  • Piper, Myfanwy -- 5.1, 5.7, 6.1-3
  • Pirie, Peter J. -- 14.1
  • Pitman (Publisher : London, England) (C. D. Green) -- 12.1
  • Pitt, Alice -- 45.4
  • Plath, Sylvia -- 42.1, 49.1
  • Platt, Richard, 1928- -- 13.4, 51.4
  • Plomer, William, 1903-1973 -- 46.1, 49.1, 50.1
  • Plumley, Nate M. -- 13.3
  • Poet & Printer (Firm) (Alan Tarling) -- 2.3, 14.1, 16.6, 17.2, 37.8, 45.6, 49.3-4
  • Poetry Book Society(Jonathan Barker, Charles Osborne, Henry Rago) -- 13.6, 14.2, 17.4, 17.6, 39.22, 42.4
  • Poetry Review (Derek Parker, 1932- ) -- 42.2, 52.3
  • Poetry Supplement -- 51.5
  • Pollak, Anna -- 42.2
  • Pollard, Robert S.W. (Robert Spence Watson), 1907- -- 27.1
  • Polytechnic of Central London (Joan Thompson Smith) -- 1.5
  • Pomerans, Erica [White’s niece] -- 16.8
  • Pooley, Ernest, Sir, 1876-1966 -- 16.8
  • Porter, Peter -- 27.2, 40.27, 42.2, 49.1
  • Portman, John -- 34.5
  • Postan, Elizabeth -- 20.13, 24.7, 42.2
  • Potterton International, Ltd. -- 22.8
  • Pound, Ezra, 1885-1972 -- 13.6
  • Preston, D. W. -- 6.6
  • Priestley, J. B. (John Boynton), 1894-1984 -- 20.14, 36.1, 42.2
  • Primrose Productions -- 51.6
  • Pringle, Roger, 1944- -- 42.4, 51.3
  • Pritchard, Veronica M. -- 13.1
  • Pritchett, V. S. (Victor Sawdon), 1900-1997 -- 49.1
  • Private Eye (John Wells, 1936-1998) -- 1.5
  • Purcell-Handel Festival (Nigel Fortune) -- 12.5
  • Puppet Master: The Journal of the British Puppet and Model Theatre Guild (Arthur E. Peterson) -- 52.2
  • Purnell and Sons (W. F. Harvey) -- 21.1
  • Pybus, Jack -- 34.5
  • Protopsalti, Joanne -- 18.3
  • Queen Square Trust (Geoffrey Robinson) -- 42.4
  • Queen's University (Kingston, Ont.). Division of Concerts (H. Grant Sampson) -- 46.1
  • Radford, Maisie and Evelyn -- 12.3
  • Radio Times (T. F. Henn) -- 52.2
  • Radiotelevisione italiana (Cesare Lupo) -- 52.3
  • Rae, Kenneth -- 21.4, 52.2
  • Raeburn, Christopher -- 21.3
  • Raine, Kathleen, 1908-2003 -- 40.18
  • Rainier, Priaulx, 1903-1986 --13.4, 25.3-4, 25.9, 27.1, 37.5
  • Ramsay, Colin -- 47.5
  • Random House (Firm) (David Alexander Dushkin) -- 46.1
  • Ratenbury, Arnold -- 5.1
  • Rauhut, Franz -- 5.2
  • Rawlings, Margaret , 1906- -- 50.1
  • Read, Herbert, 1893-1968 -- 48.6
  • Records and Recording (Cis Amaral) -- 13.4
  • Redcliffe Concerts of British Music (Francis Routh) -- 13.2, 21.8-9
  • Redcliffe-Maud, John Primatt Redcliffe Maud, Baron, 1906- -- 1.5
  • Redgrave, Michael, Sir -- 50.1
  • Redgrove, Peter (Falmouth School of Art) -- 40.20, 42.1, 49.5
  • Reed, Philip, 1959 -- 45.5
  • Reeves, James -- 40.10
  • Reiniger, Lotte -- 5.6, 7.1, 7.3, 15.4, 18.9-19.4, 20.3-4, 24.7, 34.5, 37.8, 41.1
  • Review (Ian Hamilton, 1938-2001) -- 17.5
  • Rencontres Poétiques du Mont Saint-Michel (Michel Velmans) -- 43.10
  • Révész, Dorrit -- 21.8, 47.4
  • Review of English Literature (A. H. Sagar) -- 52.3
  • Review of English Studies (Norman Davis) -- 6.6
  • Reynolds, ______ ( Ludlow Festival 1961) -- 39.23
  • Reynolds, Alfred, 1884-1969 -- 20.13
  • Reynolds, David -- 12.1
  • Rhode, Eric, 1934- -- 49.7
  • Richards, Bernard A. -- 13.1
  • Richards, Ceri, 1903-1971 -- 49.5
  • Richardson, A. -- 47.5
  • Richmond, C. B. C. -- 36.5
  • Richmond, Constance G. -- 42.4
  • Richmond, Sharlie (sister of Dodo White) -- 21.4, 24.7, 34.5, 45.6
  • Richter, Sviatoslav, 1915-1997 -- 21.9
  • Rickword, Edgell, 1898-1982 -- 14.3, 40.18, 49.5
  • Ricordi, Tito -- 21.7
  • Ricordi (Firm) (D. F. Hopkins, Ken Straker) -- 21.1, 37.3, 52.3
  • Ricordiana: Rivista Mensile di Vita Musicale (Riccardo Allorto) -- 12.5
  • Ridler, Ben -- 40.23, 51.1
  • Ridler, Vivian -- 37.8, 49.3
  • Ridout, Alan, 1934-1996 -- 27.1
  • Ridout, Michael (re. Godfrey Ridout) -- 45.5
  • Riley, Dennis -- 45.7
  • Roberts, Don L., 1938- - 25.4-6; see also Northwestern University
  • Roberts, Francis F.C. (Parish Church of St. John the Baptist, Little Missenden, England) -- 36.5, 45.6
  • Roberts, Gwenda -- 36.7, 45.6
  • Roberts, Neil, 1946- -- 42.4
  • Roberts, Peter -- 1.5
  • Robertson, Barbara Fry -- 45.4
  • Robertson, Liz -- 46.4, 49.3
  • Rockliff Publishing Corporation Limited (Geoffrey Robinson, Ella R. Sinder) -- 5.5, 6.1
  • Roderick, Colin -- 13.3
  • Roethke, Theodore, 1908-1963 -- 49.5
  • Rogers, Ben -- 22.1
  • Roland-Manuel, Alexis, 1891-1966 -- 50.1
  • Rolph, John -- 49.3
  • Rooley, Anthony -- 31.5-6, 45.7
  • Rootham, Jasper -- 13.2
  • Rosenfeld, Sybil -- see Theatre Notebook , Society for Theatre Research, and International Federation for Theatre Research
  • Ross, Donald -- 45.7
  • Rotary Club of Adelaide (Robert D. Hastwell) -- 46.4
  • Roth, E. -- 27.1
  • Rotha, Paul,1907-1984 -- 6.2
  • Rothenstein, John, 1901-1992 (Tate Gallery) -- 37.4
  • Rougemont Press (W. Moelwyn (William Moelwyn) Merchant, 1913- ) -- 37.8
  • Routledge & Kegan Paul (Colin E. Franklin, N. A. J. Franklin) -- 20.13, 52.1
  • Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain) (Humphrey Brooke) -- 37.3
  • Royal Academy of Music (London, England : 1822- ) (Ernest Bullock, 1890-1979, H. Stanley Creber, R. S. (Reginald Sparshatt) Thatcher, 1888-1957) -- 12.5, 20.13-14
  • Royal Carl Rosa Opera Company (N. Philipps) -- 20.14
  • Royal College of Music (Great Britain) (Hugo Anson, 1894-1958, Sir George Dyson , 1883-1964, David Willcocks, 1919- ) -- 6.1, 20.13, 21.9
  • Royal Exchange (London, England). Joint Committee for Gresham Affairs (G. C. Logsdon) -- 37.3
  • Royal Exchange Theatre (Manchester, England) (Michael Williams, 1935- ) -- 25.9
  • Royal Institute of International Affairs -- see Annual Register
  • Royal Literary Fund (John Lehmann) -- 51.1, 51.5
  • Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra (Andrew Burn, David B. Davies, Gerald McDonald, T. H. Rotheram) -- 1.5, 5.7, 22.1, 52.3
  • Royal Manchester College of Music (Robert J. Forbes) -- 20.13
  • Royal Opera House (London, England) (Sir Frederick Ashton, 1904-1988, Anthony Barnes, F. Cannon, Colin Davis, 1927- , Paul Findlay, Iris Law for Margot Fonteyn, 1919-1991, Sheila Porter, Sir David Webster, 1903-1971, Katherine Wilkinson, Sir Steuart Wilson, Michael Wood) -- 5.2, 13.1, 17.2, 20.13-14, 21.3-4, 22.1, 25.4, 25.9, 27.2, 37.4, 39.1, 39.11, 48.1
  • Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (Brian Clarke) -- 1.5
  • Royal Philharmonic Society (Shirley Barr , Raymond Few, C. B. (Cecil Bernard) Oldman, Mrs. D. M. Pruden, D. Ritson-Smith) -- 22.1, 37.3, 52.1
  • RTHK (Clive Simpson) -- 46.4
  • Rural Industries Bureau (London, England) -- 29.7
  • Rural Music Schools Association (Sara Jackson, Christopher Le Fleming, 1908-1985) -- 13.1, 52.2-3
  • Russell Wood and Co. (Irene Hawkins) -- 36.5
  • Rusworth & Dreaper Ltd. (E.C. Titherington) -- 20.14
  • Ruttkay, K. G. (University of Budapest) -- 47.4
  • Rutz, Hans, 1909- -- 20.13-14
  • Ryder, John, 1917-2001 -- 28.14
  • Sacher, Paul, 1906-1999 -- 27.1
  • Sackville, Edward -- 27.1
  • Sadler’s Wells Ballet (Michael Somes) -- 52. 2
  • Sadler’s Wells Opera Company (George Henry Hubert Lascelles, Earl of Harewood, 1923- ) -- 13.3
  • Sadler’s Wells Theatre (London, England) (Douglas Craig, Norman Tucker) -- 13.3, 20.14
  • St. Genny’s Vicarage (Cornwall, England) -- 48.10
  • St. Leger, H. G., Mrs. -- 2.2
  • St. Michael's College (Tenbury, England) (Watkins Shaw, 1911-1996) -- 12.5
  • Salzburger Festspiele. Direktion (B. Gromme) -- 21.2
  • San Francisco Ballet School (Lew Christensen, 1909-1984) -- 5.6
  • Sands, Mollie -- 11.5, 45.6
  • Sargent, Malcolm, Sir, 1895-1967 -- 27.1
  • Saskatchewan Arts Board (George Shaw) -- 46.1
  • Sassoon, George [re. Siegfried Sassoon’s death] -- 40.26
  • Sassoon, Siegfried, 1886-1967 -- 49.6, 50.1
  • Saude, Mollie -- 20.14
  • Saunderson, Jill -- 5.3
  • Savage, Roger -- 13.2
  • Sawyer, Paul -- 45.8
  • Scarfe, Norman -- 6.3
  • Schaffner, Perdita -- 8.1, 13.6, 14.1, 46.1
  • Sceptre Press (Martin Booth) -- 42.4
  • Schott Music (Firm) (Howard Hartog, 1913- , Ian Kemp, (P.W. Makings, Christopher Senior, David Stevens, H. G. Strecker, Michael Vyner, Doreen Wells, Alan Woolgar,) -- 25.2-4, 25.9, 26.9, 27.1-2, 28.4-5, 45.5-7, 46.4, 52.1, 53.3, 59
  • Schouvaloff, Alexander (North West Arts Association) -- 45.4
  • Schubert, Reinhold -- 22.1
  • Schwalb, Mary Ann -- 51.6
  • Scolar Press (Robin C. Alston, John Commander, D. Law, Deirdre O’Connell) -- 13.2, 36.1, 41.15, 42.4-5, 45.
  • Scorpion Press (John A. Rolph) -- 24.7
  • Scott, G.A.K. -- 21.3
  • Scott, Marion W. -- 6.1
  • Scottish Arts Council (Alexander Dunbar, Trevor Royle) -- 1.5, 2.1, 45.4
  • Scottish National Portrait Gallery (R. E. Hutchison) -- 13.2
  • Senior, Christopher -- 27.2, 45.7 (see also Schott Music)
  • Seymour-Smith, Martin -- 40.16
  • Shakespeare Birthplace Trust (Levi Fox, Roger Pringle, Shirley Watkins) -- 14.2, 42.3-4
  • Sharpley, S. H. -- 34.5
  • Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950 -- 1.5, 20.13-14, 34.5, 49.6, 50.1
  • Shaw, Martin, 1875-1958 -- 20.13, 21.1-2
  • Shawe-Taylor, Desmond -- 27.1
  • Shaxson, Eric S. -- 27.1
  • Sheldon-Williams, Eve -- 1.5
  • Shepherd, Alan -- 27.1
  • Shepherd, Brenda C. -- 27.1
  • Sidey, Nan .F. [Nan Jolly] -- 46.4
  • Siegel, Norman -- 22.1
  • [Signey], Vivien -- 45.7
  • Simpkin, Kathleen -- 6.2
  • Simmonds, Roger -- 51.2
  • Simon and Schuster , inc. (Marcella Berger) -- 22.2
  • Simon, Haynes, Barlas and Ireland -- 34.7
  • Singer, Julia Mary Caney -- 45.6
  • Singley, Frederick J. and Margaret -- 46.3
  • Sir John Soane’s Museum (Dorothy H. Stroud) -- 20.13
  • Sisson, Charles Jasper, 1885-1966 -- 7.2
  • Sitwell, Edith, Dame, 1887-1964 -- 42.2, 49.6, 51.1
  • Skeat, T. C. (Theodore Cressy) -- 40.20, 45.4
  • Skinner, Martyn -- 49.6
  • Skytrek Tours Ltd. (Sylvia Wiseman) -- 36.6
  • Sluzewski, C. -- 5.6
  • Smallwood, Norah (Chatto and Windus Ltd.) -- 42.4, 49.3
  • Smith, ______ -- 39.13
  • Smith, A. C. H. (Anthony Charles H.), 1935- -- 1.5, 14.5, 25.3, 42.2, 45.4, 45.6, 49.3, 51.6
  • Smith, K. (secretary to Yehundi Menuhin) -- 27.1
  • [Smith], Leslie -- 45.6
  • Smith, Stevie, 1902-1971 -- 49.6
  • Smithsonian Institution (Susan Hamilton) -- 46.3
  • Snape Maltings Foundation (Donald Mitchell) -- 5.1
  • Snelson, Bill and Phillis -- 34.5
  • Snowdon, Antony Armstrong-Jones, Earl of, 1930 -- 22.1
  • Sociedade Brasileira de Cultura Inglesa (J. Andrews) -- 47.5
  • Society of Authors (Great Britain) (M. Elizabeth Barber, Lesley Macdonald, 1911-2001) -- 1.5, 5.7
  • Society of British Theatre Designers (Kenneth Green) -- 21.1
  • Society for Theatre Research (Kathleen Barker, Margaret Collins, Ifan Kyrle Fletcher, Neville March Hunnings, William Kendall, Alfred Loewenberg, Jack Reading, Sybil Rosenfield, Mollie Sands, George Speaight) -- 6.6, 11.5-6, 12.1, 12.5, 13.3, 20.14, 21.4, 45.5, 45.8-9, 52.1
  • Soiuz kompozitorov SSSR (M. Kunin) -- 5.1
  • Soskin, Renée -- 24.7
  • Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co. -- 5.1
  • Souster, Ray and Lia -- 51.3
  • South African Broadcasting Corporation (Hector Macquarrie, P. Pyatt) -- 12.5
  • Southbank Festival of Early Music (J. M. Thomson) -- 31.7
  • Southern Arts Association (Neil S. Duncan, Christopher Kerr) -- 45.9
  • Southern, Richard -- 13.1, 20.13, 21.1, 21.3
  • South West Arts (Anthony Baker, Ian Watson, Roger Stennett, Faith Wilson) -- 1.5, 37.8, 45.4, 51.6
  • Southwestern Arts Association (Ethel Richards, Ian Watson) -- 24.7, 45.4
  • Spalding, Helen -- 17.5
  • Speaight, George -- 12.1, 20.14, 45.6-9
  • Speaight, Mary -- 45.6
  • Speaight, Robert, 1904-1976 -- 45.9
  • Spence, Basil, Sir, 1907-1976 -- 51.1
  • Spence, R. -- 1.5, 2.1
  • Spencer, Tom V. -- 12.2, 20.14, 21.4
  • Spender, Stephen, 1909-1995 -- 6.6, 17.4, 43.13, 49.6, 50.1
  • Sperry, Sophie -- 13.4
  • Sperry, Stuart -- 13.4
  • Sprigge, Elizabeth, 1900- -- 27.1
  • Spurrier, Stephen -- 21.1
  • South East Arts (Association: Kent) (Peter Carpenter) -- 1.5
  • Stallabrass, Thomas S. -- 27.1
  • Stallworthy, Jon -- 17.1, 36.4, 36.7, 45.6, 49.7
  • Stanford, Guy -- 20.13
  • Stanley, Wasbrough & Co. (John Bedford) -- 37.8
  • Stanton, Walter, 1891-1978 -- 20.14
  • Staples Press Ltd. (H. G. Barnes, re. Adelphi) -- 52.2
  • State University of New York College at Fredonia. Dept. of Music (Dean Boal) -- 46.3
  • Stein, Erwin, 1885-1958 (Tempo: A Quarterly Review of Modern Music) -- 5.5-6, 21.3, 38.6, 52.2
  • Sternfeld, Sophia -- 45.6
  • Sternfeld, Frederick W. -- 13.1, 13.3, 14.5, 21.8, 27.1
  • Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894 (to Frances Power Cobbe, 1822-1904) -- 51.5
  • Stokes, Adrian, 1902-1972 -- 5.6, 24.7, 42.2, 49.7, 52.2
  • Stokes, Ann -- 49.7
  • Stokes, John Cole -- 21.1
  • Stolee, James -- 37.9, 47.1, 51.3
  • Stone, Janet, 1912- -- 51.1
  • Stone, Reynolds -- 37.8, 51.1
  • Stoneburner, Tony, 1926- -- 48.13
  • Stopes, Marie Carmichael, 1880-1958 -- 50.1
  • Stout, Alan -- 25.6, 47.1
  • Stow, Randolph, 1935-2010 -- 49.6
  • Straight, Michael Whitney (National Arts Endowment, Wash. D.C.) -- 46.3
  • Strange, Kathleen -- 5.1
  • Stratford Festival (Ont.) (Tom Patterson, 1920-) -- 46.1
  • Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival (Levi Fox) -- 39.13, 40.27, 42.4
  • Strathcona, Ewan -- 41.4
  • Stravinsky, Fyodor -- 22.7 [reprinted correspondence, original Russian and English translation]
  • Stravinsky, Gury -- 22.7 [reprinted correspondence, original Russian and English translation]
  • Stravinsky, Igor, 1882-1971 -- 21.2, 21.6-7, 22.3, 22.7, 38.4
  • Strawinsky, Théodore, 1907-1989-- 21.8, 22.1-2, 40.15
  • Stravinsky Festival (David Atherton, 1944- , Ian Hay Davison, Gwyn Rhydderch) -- 22.1-2, 22.11
  • Strecker, Ludwig, 1883-1978 -- 22.3 [reprinted correspondence]
  • Strecker, Willy -- 22.3 [reprinted correspondence]
  • Street, Donald -- 21.2
  • Streets, John -- 13.2
  • Strode, Rosamund -- 5.1-3, 13.4, 45.7
  • Stroud Festival (Netlam Bigg,1899-1988) -- 17.3
  • Struve, N.G. -- 22.3 [reprinted correspondence]
  • Stuart, M. P. -- 22.1
  • Studio Opera Group (Paul Clarke) -- 5.1-2
  • Summer School of Music Ltd. (John Amis) -- 27.1, 52.1
  • Sussex Opera and Ballet Society (Joan B. Liddle) -- 21.8
  • Sutcliffe, Tom -- 5.2
  • Swan, Peter G. -- 45.5
  • Sweeney, John Lincoln “Jack” -- 24.7, 42.1-2, 46.1-2, 49.3, 51.1, 51.3
  • Switzerland. Botschaft (Great Britain) (J. J. Indermühle) -- 36.5
  • Symonds,______ -- 21.1
  • Symons, Isabelle -- 27.1
  • T. W. Cooleman, Ltd. (J. Gove) -- 45.8
  • Tapp and Toothill Ltd. (Charles ______) -- 51.6
  • Tardios, George, 1944- and Christine -- 42.4, 43.1-2, 45.7, 51.2
  • Tarling, Alan -- see Poet and Printer
  • Tarling, Edwin “Ted” -- 42.1
  • Tate Gallery. Publications Dept. (Valerie Cochran, Susan Hall, E. Hockaday-Dawson, Jill Simon) -- 13.3, 20.13, 21.1, 21.4
  • Tatham, Mona C. -- 45.4; see also Arts Council of Great Britain
  • Tavener, John -- 36.7
  • Taverner Choir (Judith Serota) -- 21.8
  • Taylor, Donald S. -- 6.6
  • Taylor, Robert H. -- 13.1
  • Tempo: Quarterly Review of Modern Music (C. J. Boosey, Anthony “Tony” Gishford, Edith Rudiger, Erwin Stein, 1885-1958) -- 52.1-3
  • Tesdorf, Karin-Ann, Nicholas, and Alexis -- 46.5
  • Thames and Hudson (Trevor Craker, Frederick Kruk, Eva Neurath, Thomas Neurath, Eric C. Peters) -- 13.1, 35.8
  • Theatre Notebook (Michael R. Booth, Ifan Kyrle Fletcher, Bamber Gascoigne, Thomas C. C. Milne, Sybil Rosenfield, Philippa Russell, George Speaight) -- 6.6, 7.2, 12.5, 13.1, 13.3, 21.2, 21.4, 37.3-4, 45.8-9, 50.8, 52.2-3
  • Theatre Research/Recherches Théâtrales (J. Fullarton Arnott, 1914- , Phyllis Hartnoll) -- 13.1, 52.3
  • Thomas Coram Foundation (J. G. B. Swinley) -- 13.4
  • Thomas, Elizabeth -- 31.1
  • Thomas, R. S. (Ronald Stuart), 1913-2000 -- 49.8
  • Thompson, Eric [re. Simon Harrison] -- 41.5
  • Thomson, Ken -- 34.4
  • Thomson, Virgil, 1896-1989 -- 49.8
  • Thorndike, Sybil, Dame, 1882-1976 -- 49.8, 50.1
  • Tichman, Nina -- 22.1
  • Tillett, Michael -- 27.1, 28.7
  • Tillotson, Geoffrey -- 6.6, 17.1, 49.9
  • Tillotson, Kathleen, 1906-2001 -- 49.9
  • Times (London, England) (A.D. Holmes, W. J. Lawrence) -- 1.5, 52.2
  • Times of Malta (C. Grech Orr) -- 51.3
  • Times Publishing Company Ltd. (London, England) -- 21.1-2
  • Tippett, Michael, 1905-1998 -- 6.2, 21.1, 24.7, 25.3-7, 27.2, 28.6-7, 28.9, 38.4, 39.17, 40.9. 40.11, 41.10, 41.12, 59
  • Tiptree Book Services Limited -- 27.2
  • Tobin, John, 1891-1980 -- 20.13
  • Toc H (Dorothy King for Barclay Baron) -- 20.13
  • Todd-White, Rodney -- 13.1
  • Tomlinson, Charles -- 40.16, 49.8
  • Took, James -- 47.4, 49.3
  • Toulson, Shirley -- 42.2
  • Towneley, Simon, Sir, 1921- -- 13.1
  • Tranant, Nesta -- 51.3
  • Translations: Modern Poetry in Translation Limited (Michael Schmidt, 1947- ) -- 14.1
  • Treadwell, A. W. H. -- 6.2
  • Trebilcock, Clive -- 37.1
  • Trevor-Roper, Patrick D. (Patrick Dacre), 1916-2004 -- 27.1
  • Trewin, J. C. (John Courtenay), 1908- -- 20.13
  • Tri States Arts Council (E. S. Gregg) -- 14.5
  • Tribe, John W. “Jack“ -- 24.7, 34.5, 51.2, 51.6
  • Traficante, Frank -- 13.1
  • Trinity College (University of Cambridge) -- 12.5
  • Trinity College of Music (R. Batten) -- 20.14
  • Troutbeck Hotel -- 36.1
  • Troubridge, St. Vincent -- 21.3
  • Tryon, Valerie -- 37.3
  • Trypanis, C. A. (Constantine Athanasius), 1909- and Aliki -- 17.5, 24.7, 42.2, 47.1, 52.3
  • Truman, Philippe -- 22.1
  • TSentral'nyĭ gosudarstvennyĭ arkhiv literatury i iskusstva SSSR (Natalia Borisovna Volkovaya) -- 22.2
  • Tucker, Alan (Stilt Press) -- 37.8
  • Tufts University. Drama Dept. (Kalman A. Burnim) -- 27.2
  • Tunbridge Wells Museum and Art Gallery (R. G. Bird) -- 13.1
  • Tunley, David (University of Western Australia Dept. of Music) -- 13.3
  • Turner, Christopher -- 21.1, 21.4
  • Turnor, Herbert H. B. -- 37.3-4, 21.1, 21.4
  • Turret Books (Bernard Stone) -- 52.3
  • Twine, Sydney W. -- 14.5
  • Uhrig, Kurt -- 47.6, 51.3, 51.5
  • United States. Dept. of State (Grace M. Belt, Mary Stewart French, Ralph C. Talcott) -- 46.1
  • United States Educational Commission in the United Kingdom (Alan J. Pifer) -- 21.1
  • United States. Embassy (Great Britain) (Mrs. Starke Meyer) -- 36.7
  • United States Information Service (London, England) (Angela Cummings, Robert C. Goodell, Mary Lart, Francis S. Mason, Jr., Phoebe B. Stanton, Bertha E. Von Allmen) -- 14.5, 21.1, 39.21, 46.1-2
  • United States Information Service (London, England). Library (S. Everett Gleason, Nancy Phillips) -- 14.5
  • University of Birmingham. Shakespeare Institute (Barbara Foakes, T. J. B. (Terence John Bew) Spencer, 1915-1978) -- 6.6, 7.2, 12.5, 13.1
  • University of Bristol (J. M. Parry, E. C. Wright) -- 2.1
  • University of Bristol. Dept. of Music (Willis Grant, Walter Stanton, 1891- 1978) -- 14.5, 20.14
  • University of Bristol. Library (Norman Higham) -- 2.1
  • University of Calgary (Kenneth M. Glazier) -- 45.9, 47.1-2
  • University of Calgary. Faculty of Fine Arts (Richard Johnston, 1917-1997, T. Herman Keahey, L. M. McClelland, Anthony G. “Tony” Petti, Jamie Marchbank Salmon, Gerard Wuensch, 1925-2007) -- 13.1, 37.1, 47.1-2, 51.3
  • University of California, Berkeley (David D. Boyden (David Dodge), 1910- 1986, Alan Curtis, Ann Soengen) -- 13.1-2, 47.1
  • University of California Press (Ann Phillips Basart, Udo Strutynski) -- 22.1, 46.6
  • University of California, Santa Barbara (Wendell Nelson, Peter Racine Fricker, 1920-1990) -- 47.1, 51.3
  • University of Canterbury (J. A. Bursey) -- 40.25
  • University of East Anglia (Philip Reed) -- 45.5
  • University of Exeter. Dept. of Drama (Peter Thomson, 1938- ) -- 45.8
  • University of Glasgow. Dept. of Drama (James Fullarton Arnott, 1914- , Mana I. Madill) -- 13.1
  • University of Hull (Philip Larkin) -- 37.1
  • University of Kent at Canterbury. Keynes College (David Crabtree) -- 1.5
  • University of Leeds. School of English (John Barnard) -- 42.3
  • University of Liverpool (W. Robertson) -- 1.5
  • University of Liverpool. Dept. of Pharmacology -- 20.14
  • University of London (P. F. Vowles) -- 13.4
  • University of London. Dept. of Extra-Mural Studies (N. R. Callan, Brian Finney, Allen Parker) -- 13.4, 21.3
  • University of London. Library (D. T. Richnell) -- 12.5
  • University of London. Royal Holloway. Dept.of Music (Dr. Rosamund Biddlecombe) -- 13.4
  • University of Manitoba. School of Music (Leonard Isaacs, 1909-1997) -- 47.1
  • University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Dept. of Government (John S. Harris) -- 46.1
  • University of Melbourne. Faculty of Music (P. J. Dennison, Donald Thornton) -- 46.4
  • University of Notre Dame (Edward Vasta) -- 31.1
  • University of Oxford. Examination Schools (W. H. ______) -- 21.2
  • University of Oxford. Faculty of Music (Edward Olleson, Frederick W. (Frederick William) Sternfeld, 1914-1994) -- 13.1-2, 14.5, 21.8
  • University of Pittsburgh. Music Dept. (Frederick W. (Frederick William) Sternfeld, 1914-1994) -- 13.1
  • University of Reading. Faculty of Lectures and Social Sciences (Alan Munton) -- 42.4
  • University of Reading. Library (J. A. Edwards) -- 37.1
  • University of Saskatchewan. Dept. of Drama. Greystone Theatre (Dan Nalbach) -- 45.9
  • University of Sussex (Donald Mitchell, David Ll Roberts) -- 21.8
  • University of Sussex. Library (Peter J. Lambert, P.R. Lewis, P. A. Ringshaw) -- 21.8
  • University of Sydney. Dept. of Music (Peter Platt, 1924-2000) -- 46.4
  • University of Toronto. Graduate Department of Music (Robert (Robert A.) Falck) -- 13.4
  • University of Toronto. Office of the Comptroller -- 13.4
  • University of Toronto. Office of the President (Claude Bissell) -- 46.1
  • University of Toronto. School of Graduate Studies (Marie Cameron) -- 13.4
  • University of Western Australia. Dept. of Music (Frank Callaway) -- 46.4
  • University of Western Ontario. Faculty of Music (Hugh J. McLean, 1930- ) -- 47.1
  • University of York. Dept. of Music (Penny McNab, Wilfrid Mellers, 1914-2008) -- 21.8, 25.9
  • University of York. Graduate Department (David Foster) -- 21.8
  • University of York. Library (Harry Fairhurst) -- 37.1
  • Urquhart-White, Leslie D. -- 34.5, 51.5
  • UWA Perth International Arts Festival (David Blankinsop) -- 46.4
  • Vannier, Angéle, 1917-1980 -- 51.5
  • Vathek Books (Paul James Davies) -- 51.3
  • Vaughan Williams, Ralph, 1872-1958 -- 6.1, 20.14, 50.1
  • Vaughan Williams, Ursula -- 6.3, 13.2, 27.1, 45.6
  • Velmans, Michel -- 17.2, 42.2, 43.10, 49.3, 51.5
  • Victoria and Albert Museum. Dept. of Publications -- 21.4
  • Villiers Publications Ltd. (John V. Sankey) -- 24.7
  • Vincent, Adza -- 25.3, 27.1
  • Vox Productions Ltd. (John S. Weissmann) -- 52.1
  • Vriamont, Georges -- 22.3 [reprinted correspondence]
  • Vyner, Michael -- 37.3, 45.6
  • W. & G. Foyle, Ltd. (H. Bush) -- 14.5
  • W & J Mackay Limited (______ Eastwood, Jamie Mackay Miller) -- 6.2
  • W. R. Bennett & Co. (W. R. Bennett) -- 20.13
  • W.W. Norton & Company (David P. Hamilton) -- 47.5
  • Wain, John -- 40.4, 51.5
  • Walker, Michael -- 40.17, 41.1
  • Wallace Collection (London, England) (Francis B. Watson) -- 37.3-4
  • Waller, Madge -- 24.7
  • Walt Disney Company Archives (David R. Smith) -- 21.2
  • Walton, William, 1902-1983 -- 13.2, 49.10
  • Wanamaker, Sam, 1919-1983 -- 27.1
  • Wanlass, Dorothy C. -- 6.6
  • Warde-Aldam, John -- 34.5
  • Warner, Sylvia Townsend, 1893-1978 -- 41.11, 49.10
  • Warren, T. Herbert (Thomas Herbert), 1853-1930 -- 48.2, 50.1
  • Washburn, William -- 8.2, 37.9, 47.1
  • Washington, Ron -- 45.7
  • Watkins, Vernon Phillips, 1906-1967 -- 40.17-18, 42.1, 49.10, 50.1
  • Watson, Francis -- see Wallace Collection
  • Weissberger, L. Arnold, 1907-1981 -- 21.2
  • Wellesz, Egon, 1885-1974 -- 50.1
  • Welsh Arts Council (Roy Bohana, Aneurin M. Thomas) -- 2.1, 13.2
  • Welsh National Opera Company, Ltd. (Nesta Howe, Christopher Senior) -- 5.1, 13.1, 27.2
  • Western Daily Press and Bristol Mirror (A. C. H. (Anthony Charles H.) Smith , 1935-) -- 14.5, 25.
  • Western Orchestral Society Ltd. (Kenneth Matchett, William Weston) -- 1.5, 25.4
  • Westfield College (University of London). Library (D. M. Moore) -- 12.2
  • Westminster Festival (Michael Emmerson) -- 45.4, 46.4
  • Westrup, J. A. (Jack Allan), 1904-1975 -- 21.1
  • Wevill, Assia, 1927-1969 -- 51.1
  • Wexford Festival of Music and the Arts (T. J. Walsh) -- 21.3
  • Weyman, Stanley (from Robert Louis Stevenson) -- 51.5
  • Whear, Kenneth -- 41.10
  • Whight, Rosemary -- 46.4
  • Wightman, George B. H. (George Brian Hamilton) -- 42.4, 45.4
  • Whistler, C. H. -- 47.5
  • White, Betty Martin [sister-in-law, wife of Denis] -- 13.4, 34.5, 38.2, 46.1, 46.3, 47.2
  • White, Dawn [niece] -- 45.6
  • White, Denis Naldrett [brother] --7.1, 13.3-4, 19.2, 34.5, 39.8, 45.6, 46.1-3, 47.1-2, 47.5, 50.2-3, 51.6
  • White, Denis Anthony [nephew] -- 51.3
  • White, Edith Dorothy Swinburne “Dodo” -- 25.5, 28.6, 34.5, 35.6, 46.2, 47.1-2, 47.5, 48.4-5, 48.14, 49.7, 50.3-6, 51.1, 51.6, 59
  • White, Eirene -- 1.5
  • White, Erica -- see Pomerans, Erica White
  • White, Ethalind Chambers [mother] --19.3, 34.5, 49.9, 50.2, 50.6
  • White, Joan [sister-in-law, first wife of R. M. White] -- 34.5
  • White, John -- 46.3
  • White, Joy [sister-in-law, second wife of R. M. White] -- 39.8, 39.10, 45.6, 51.3
  • White, Libby [neice] and Romulo Dos Santos Severino -- 45.6, 46.4
  • White, Martin “Marty“ [nephew] and Pat, William and Christopher -- 45.6, 51.6
  • White, Percy W. [father] -- 20.4, 50.2
  • White, Raymond Maurice “Bill” [brother] and Joy -- 39.8, 39.10 (re. Edith Moore, Erica White Pomerans and Arnold Pomerans)
  • White, Sarah [daughter] -- 16.6, 37.3, 45.4, 45.6-7, 46.2, 46.4-5, 47.5, 50.7, 51.6
  • Whitemore, Hugh -- 51.6
  • Whitworth-Jones, Anthony -- 45.7; see also London Sinfonietta
  • Wilkinson, Stephen, 1919- -- 13.4
  • Willard, Helen -- 49.10, 46.4
  • Willett, John -- 51.4
  • William Reeves (Firm) (W. A. R.) -- 20.13
  • Williams, Clifford, 1926- -- 31.1, 45.6, 45.9
  • Williams College (Charles M. Joseph) -- 21.2
  • Williams, Emlyn, 1905-1987 -- 50.1
  • Williams, Henry and Rebecca -- 51.3
  • Williams, Jonathan, 1929-2008 (Jargon Society) -- 36.1, 42.3-4, 46.6, 49.10-11
  • Williams, L. (Leonard) P. -- 34.5
  • Williams, W. E. (William Emrys), 1896-1977 -- 1.5, 2.2, 21.1, 29.7, 48.6
  • Williams-Wynn, Watkin, Sir -- 29.7, 37.3
  • Williamson, Malcolm -- 21.3
  • Wilson, Angus, 1913-1991-- 36.1, 41.15, 45.4, 49.10
  • Wilson, Clive -- 6.2, 45.4
  • Wilson, Colin, 1931- -- 42.8, 49.10
  • Wilson, John W. -- 12.5, 13.1, 14.5, 37.4
  • Wilson, Mary, 1916- (Mrs. Harold) -- 49.10
  • Wilson, Patrick -- 34.5
  • Wilson, Steuart -- 21.3
  • Wiltshire (England). County Council -- 40.24
  • Windsor Castle. Royal Library (Teresa Fitzherbert, Olwen Hedley, A. H. Scott-Elliot) -- 13.3, 37.3-4
  • Wingfield, Sheila -- 40.18, 46.6, 50.1
  • Wiseman, Christopher -- 42.4
  • Wiseman, Herbert, b. 1886 -- 20.14
  • Wolf, S. Graham -- 51.4
  • Wolff, Hellmuth Christian, 1906-1988 -- 13.1
  • Wolfson College (University of Oxford) (Isaiah Berlin, 1909-1997) -- 21.8
  • Wood, Anne, 1907-1998 -- 21.1
  • Wood, Elizabeth (University of Adelaide Dept. of Music) -- 13.2-3
  • Wood, Michael -- 21.1-2, 42.2
  • Wood, Thomas -- 50.1
  • Woolf, Leonard, 1880-1969 -- see Hogarth Press and New Fabian Research Bureau Committee
  • Woolf, Simon -- 51.1
  • Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941 -- 50.1
  • Woolgar, Alan (and Mrs. Woolgar) -- 45.7; see also Schott Music (Firm)
  • Woollam, Leonora -- 1.5
  • Words Etcetera Bookshop -- see Nangle, Julian
  • Worsley, William -- 37.4
  • Wright, Basil -- 5.6
  • Wright, E. C. -- 2.1
  • Wright, John -- 21.1
  • Wright, Kit -- 51.1
  • Wright, Myles and Catharine -- 45.6
  • Wright, Nicholas -- 27.2
  • Wright, Stephen -- 51.5
  • Walpole, Horace, 1717-1797. Correspondence (Yale edition of Horace Walpole’s correspondence) (W. S. (Wilmarth Sheldon) Lewis, 1895- ) -- 6.6, 46.1
  • Yale School of Music (Luther Noss, Bruce Simonds) -- 21.1, 46.1
  • Yale University (Graham ______) -- 46.1
  • Yale University. Dept. of English (Maynard Mack, 1909-2001) -- 46.1
  • Yale University. Library (Donald Clifford Gallup, 1913-2000) -- 46.1
  • Yale University, Office of the Secretary (Reuben A. (Reuben Andrus) Holden, 1918- ) -- 46.1-2
  • Yorkshire Arts Association (Michael Dawson) -- 17.4, 31.7, 36.1
  • Youngs, Olive E. B. -- 45.8
  • Youth and Music News (Robert Mayer) -- 22.4
  • Zanetti, Emilia (Academia di Santa Cecilia) -- 5.7, 37.3; see also Enciclopedia Dello Spettacolo
  • Zarlow, Neal -- 13.2
  • Zech, John A. -- 20.13
  • Zeller, Wolfgang, 1893-1967 (to Lotte Reiniger) -- 18.9
  • Unidentified
  • ______ -- 46.6
  • ______ --7.1
  • ______ [re. Alan Jackson and Brian Patten] -- 41.5
  • ______, Adrian [possibly Adrian Mitchell] -- 51.3
  • ______, Angus- [recital with Peggy Ashcroft, possibly Angus Wilson] -- 39.14
  • ______, Anna (?) -- 51.3
  • ______, Anthony -- 47.6
  • ______, Beatrix -- 26.9
  • ______, Bill -- 39.22
  • ______, Christopher (Dobson?) -- 37.3
  • ______, Claude -- 21.3
  • ______, David -- 51.1
  • ______, Dorakha -- 39.10
  • ______, Doreen, Graham and Leslie -- 34.5
  • ______, Doug -- 47.1
  • ______, Fred and Margot -- 34.5
  • ______, G______ -- 39.12
  • ______, Godfrey -- 51.2
  • ______, Graham and Bodie -- 51.3
  • ______, John --16.8
  • ______, Joshua (to Mary Ann Schwalb) -- 51.6
  • ______, Julia -- 51.3
  • ______, Lorna, Peter, and Auntie Emy -- 34.5
  • ______, Oliver -- 34.5
  • ______, Roland -- 34.5
  • ______, Steve, Cornelie, Inger, and Neil -- 51.2
  • ______, Vic and Peter (possibly Brown) -- 46.6
  • ______, W. R. A. -- 21.1
  • ______, William -- 37.8
  • Letters from White to unspecified recipients:
  • Form letter on behalf of Arts Council re. Siegfried Sassoon -- 40.18
  • Form letter on behalf of Festival of Poetry Guinness Commissions -- 39.23
  • Form letter on behalf of Poetry Book Society soliciting membership -- 39.23
  • Form letter on behalf of Poetry Book Society re. Stephen Spender’s Inscriptions -- 39.16
  • Letter to schools on behalf of Poetry Book Society re. Austin Clarke’s Old- Fashioned Pilgrimage -- 40.23
  • Letter to editor of The Author -- 38.4
  • Letter to editor of The Birmingham Post re. Martin Seymour-Smith article -- 41.4, 42.2
  • Letter to editor of the Express re. “Pay Up for Poetry” -- 39.10
  • Letter to editor of The Guardian -- 40.17
  • Letter to editor of The Listener -- 42.3
  • Letter to editor of The London Magazine -- 40.17
  • Letter to editor of Music & Musicians -- 13.3
  • Letter to editor of The Musical Times -- 6.1 2
  • Letter to editor of The New Statesman -- 21.1
  • Letter to editor of The New Yorker -- 42.2
  • Letter to editor of the News Chronicle -- 39.11
  • Letter to editor of Quarterly Journal of the Music Library Association -- 41.2
  • Letter to editor of The Spectator re. Martin Seymour-Smith -- 42.2
  • Letter to editor of The Sunday Times -- 41.13
  • Letter to editor of [The Sunday Times], re. review of Salome -- 39.5
  • Letter to editor of TEMPO -- 41.16, 5.1
  • Letter to editor of The Times -- 1.5, 6.1 12.5, 13.1, 21.1, 38.4, 38.5, 39.19, 41.2, 42.2
  • Letter to the editor of The Times Literary Supplement -- 5.5, 12.5, 31.1
  • Letter to editor of The Times of Malta -- 41.7
  • Letter to editor of unidentified periodical re. W. H. Auden -- 41.17
  • Letter to “the Music Director” of an unidentified institution -- 13.1
  • Letter to ‘Sir’ -- 1.5
  • Letter to universities on behalf of the Arts Council re. poetry rooms -- 39.23

Index of Works

  • Abravanel, Ernest. “Souvenirs de la ‘première’ de l’Histoire de Soldat de C. F. Ramuz et Igor Stravinsky” -- 21.6
  • Alexander, Boyd. “On seeing ‘Summoned by Bells’ on T.V.” [poem] -- 42.4
  • Arbuthnot, John. [untitled excerpt re: The Beggar’s Opera] -- 21.3
  • Armstrong, Tony. “Death of a Shag” [poem] -- 51.5
  • Auden, W.H.
    • “On The Circuit” [transcribed poem] -- 42.3
    • “Lullaby” [printed poem] -- 42.3
    • “River People, Our body is a moulded river, Novalis” [poem] -- 17.6
  • Barton, J. E. Summary of Address Given at the Opening of an Exhibition of Work by Lotte Reiniger in the Bristol Public Art Gallery, 6 December 1935 -- 18.10
  • Bartosch, Berthold
    • The Idea -- 19.6
    • St. Francis: Dreams and Nightmares -- 7.1
  • Bassett, Marnie. The Governor’s Lady: Mrs. Philip Gidley King: An Australian historical narrative, 1940 [excerpts] -- 21.4
  • Baybars, Taner. The Mysterious Universe [printed poem] -- 49.2
  • Beer, Patricia
    • “Birthday Poem from Venice (for Eric)” -- 42.3, 48.2
    • “November Evening” -- 49.3
  • Bell, Martin
    • “For Stass” [poem] -- 49.2
    • “From the Irregular Stanzas of Don Senilio (to Peter Redgrove)” [poem] -- 17.6
    • “In the Train” [poem] -- 63
    • "The Port” [printed translation of poem by Nikos Kranidiotis] -- 49.2
    • “Pride” [printed translation of poem by A. K. Eliakis] -- 49.2
    • “Saturday Night Like Cavafy” [translation of the poem by A. K. Eliakis] -- 63
    • “Senilio Re-reads Baudelaire” [poem] -- 17.6
    • “Senilio’s Distraction Song” [poem] -- 17.6
    • “Sonnet to Hobsbaum” [poem] -- 17.6
    • “Symposium” [printed translation of poem by A. K. Eliakis] -- 49.2
    • “To the Goddess” [printed poem] -- 49.2
    • “Whistling a Sober Little Tune” [poem] -- 17.6
    • “Words Towards Senili’s Patter Song” [poem] -- 17.6
  • Betjeman, John
    • “Cheltenham” [poem] -- 50.1
    • “From Chapter IX of “The Opening World” of Summoned by Bells” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
  • Blackford, Richard. The Pig Organ -- 37.5
  • Blandford, Frances M. “Help Us Sing Redeeming Grace” -- 14.8
  • Blunden, Edmund
    • “After ‘Invocations to Angels’” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “A Swan, A Man” [poem], from Eleven Poems [transcribed poem] -- 17.5-6
  • Bolles, E. C. “Ted”
    • “Bon Voyage Letter” [poem] -- 46.1
    • “De senectute” [poem] -- 46.1
  • Bottrall, Ronald
    • Five One-Finger Exercises [poems, parody of poetry by Ian Hamilton and Al Alvarez ] -- 48.2
    • Lunar Arms [poem] -- 48.2
    • Prisoners’ Rounds [poem] -- 48.2
    • “Something – Nothing” [review of The Visit by Ian Hamilton and Malcolm Mooney’s Land by W. S. Graham] -- 48.2
    • “Winged Light” [poem] -- 42.2
  • Brecht, Bertolt. “Verfremdungseffekte in der chinesischen Schauspielkunst" -- 2.4
  • Brentano, Clemens
    • “Abendständchen” -- 57
    • “Der Spinnerin Lied” -- 57
  • Britten, Benjamin
    • “The Composer and the Listener” -- 4.4, 5.6
    • “On Writing English Opera” [printed text] -- 53.4
    • Pacifist March [music, in the hand of Eric Walter White] -- 57
    • “Personal Choice” [broadcast] -- 39.16
    • Peter Grimes -- 5.3
    • [Speech on receiving the Freedom of the Borough of Aldeburgh] -- 6.3
  • Brock, Edwin
    • “After the Bell” [poem] -- 42.2
    • “Pisces” [poem] -- 42.2
    • “To my Wife (three),” from A Family Affair [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
  • Browning, John. “Three Seeds Cast in the Death of Night” -- 49.11
  • Bryher. “H. D.” -- 14.1, 40.18
  • Bunting, Basil. “Briggflatts” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
  • Burns, Richard
    • “Jordan” -- 31.1
    • “Learning to Talk: Two Poems” [“A Rattle of Pebbles” and “A Stone Wounded”] -- 31.1
    • “Witnesses” -- 31.1
  • Cariolou, Andreas. Three Fishes [poem] -- 17.2
  • Chandler, John Westbrook. “Adieu, my native land…”[poem] -- 17.3
  • Chatterton, Thomas
    • “Amphitryon” -- 6.6-7
    • May [“The Invitation” from The Revenge] [music, in the hand of Eric Walter White] -- 6.6
  • Causley, Charles
    • “The Ballad of Aucassin and Nicolette” [poem] -- 48.4
    • “The Ballad of Charlotte Dymond” [poem] -- 17.8
    • “The Cave of Making” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “I Am the Great Sun” [poem] -- 48.4
    • “Letter from Jericho” [transcribed poem] -- 42.3
    • “On Seeing a Poet of the First World War on the Station at Abbeville” [poem] -- 17.8, 42.5
    • “The Sheep on Blackening Fields” [poem] -- 48.4
  • Cheshire, John B. To My Heart, op. 4-1 [music] -- 57
  • Clark, Edward. “Revue Musicale: Balfe” -- 12.3
  • Clark, Leonard
    • “Birdlip Mirror” [poem] -- 17.3
    • “Cider-House” [poem] -- 17.3
  • Clawson, H. Phelps. “To My Heart” -- 57
  • Claudius, Matthias. “Abendlied” [printed poem] -- 35.3
  • Cleverdon, Julia [possibly by White]. “A Seasick Person” [poem] -- 39.26
  • Cornford, Frances. “The Young Man to His Girl” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
  • Cox, Vivian and Bernard Miles. The Fire that Consumes by Henry de Montherlant -- 51.2
  • Croft, Robert. “The Rake’s Progress in Venice” -- 39.26
  • D’Amico, Fedele. E Tuttavia -- 51.3
  • Davernet, René Marie. “Le que vent dire le signification” -- 43.7
  • David, Robert. “Ballet Dancer” [silhouette cutout] -- 34.2
  • Davie, Donald. “poems” [printed poem, in Poetry Book Society Poetry Supplement 1960] -- 17.6
  • Day, Douglas S.
    • “Commencement Day at a Secluded, Exclusive, Girls’ School, Amid Gargoyles in Troy, New York” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “Communiqué: from Paris” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “A Dialogue: Between New Friends” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “Laura, reading” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “Ohio Land” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “Red Neon Burns in the Belfry” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “Sirens and a Perfect Hate” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “Swefnes Swefy” [poem translation] -- 42.3
    • [Untitled poem “A Viking and his frozen oar, …”] -- 42.3
    • [Untitled poem “ I am running a razor edge…”] -- 42.3
    • “…whisper” [poem] -- 42.3
  • Day-Lewis, Cecil
    • “Newsreel” [transcribed poem] -- 42.3
    • “Outside and In” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “Seen From the Train” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “The Stand-To” [poem] -- 42.3
    • [Untitled poem “He gazed from a hill in the breezy springtime:..”] -- 42.3
    • “The Unwanted” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “Watching Post” [poem] -- 42.3
  • Dehdashti, Khalil. “A View of the Wine-tavern” -- 43.7
  • De Valois, Ninette
    • “Background Music in a Saloon Bar” [poem] -- 43.8
    • “The Beach of Shells” [poem] -- 43.8
    • “Christmas Eve in a Chinese Restaurant” [poem] -- 43.8
    • “The Cloud” [poem] -- 43.8
    • “Continuity” [poem] -- 43.8
    • “Courage” [poem] -- 42.3, 43.8
    • “Dead Cherry Tree in a London Garden” [poem] -- 43.8
    • “Elegy (On Hearing of the Sale of a Stately Home)” [poem] -- 43.8
    • “Frost” [poem] -- 43.8
    • “The Hills of Arran” [poem] -- 43.8
    • “I Love Pubs (Monologue Overheard)” [poem] -- 43.8
    • “The Local” [poem] -- 43.8
    • “Migraine” [poem] -- 42.3, 43.8
    • “Moscow (Snow in early spring)” [poem] -- 43.8
    • “One’s Company” [poem] -- 43.8
    • “Song of the Rush Hour (Underground)” [poem] -- 43.8
    • The Waters of Lethe” [poem] -- 43.8
    • “The Woods” [poem] -- 43.8
  • Dickinson, Patrick. Poetry Book Society Poetry Supplement 1958 [editor] --17.8
  • Dickinson, Therbold. Note on The Little People -- 7.1
  • Dixon, Alan
    • “Karel Appel painting” [printed poem] -- 49.4
    • “He and you” [printed poem] -- 49.4
    • “Parties: For Peter Revell” [printed poem] -- 49.4
    • The Upright Position -- 49.4
    • “To the monkey-puzzle” [printed poem] -- 49.4
    • “Wintry Poem” [printed poem] -- 49.4
  • Dodsworth, Martin. Poetry Book Society Poetry Supplement 1969 [editor] -- 17.7
  • Doolittle, Hilda
    • “Epitaph” -- 60
    • The Mystery -- 14.2
    • “Oread” -- 60
    • Songs from Cyprus -- 49.2
    • Three Songs From Cyprus: I. Andante con moto, II. Allegretto, and III. Adagio -- 60
  • Drinkwater, John. The Life of John Heritage [poem] -- 17.3
  • Dunlop, William
    • “CAT” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Woodsmen” [poem] -- 17.5
  • Duncan, Ronald. Pacifist March -- 57
  • Eagleton, Terry. Poetry Book Society Poetry Supplement 1971 [editor] -- 17.7
  • Eberhart, Richard. “Inchiquin Lake, Penobscot Bay” -- 51.3
  • Eliakis, A. K.
    • “Inertia” [poem] -- 49.2
    • “Landscape” [poem] -- 49.2
    • “Pride” [printed poem] -- 49.2
    • “Saturday Night Like Cavafy” [poem translated by Martin Bell and Stass Paraskos] -- 63
    • “Symposium” [printed poem] -- 49.2
  • Eliot, T.S. “USK” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5-6
  • Ewart, Gavin. “The First Eleven” [poem] -- 16.6
  • Fainlight, Harry
    • “Bryant Park” [poem] -- 48.8
    • “Wolstonbury” [poem] -- 17.6
  • Flecker, James Elroy
    • “Pillage” [poem] -- 17.3
    • “To a Poet” [poem] -- 17.3
    • “When I go down the Gloucester lanes…” [poem] -- 17.3
  • Fletcher, Phineas. A Litany -- 60
  • Franko Goldman, Richard. “Pyrrha and Deucalion” [poem] -- 46.3
  • Fry, Christopher. “Hush, Nightingale” [lyrics, for Tippett’s Crown of the Year] -- 25.3, 27.6
  • Fuchs, Julian. 2 Baritone Songs: 1. Incantation Eclesiastique, 2. The Passionate Shepherd to his Love [music] -- 57
  • Fuller, John
    • Poetry Book Society Poetry Supplement 1962 [editor] -- 17.8
    • “Two From One Makes Three” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
  • Fuller, Roy
    • “Collapsars” [poem] -- 48.8
    • “On the Mountain” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
    • Poetry Book Society Poetry Supplement 1964 [editor] -- 17.8
    • “Taxpayers, the Arts and Big Balloonz” -- 51.2
  • Gellhorn, Hans
    • der gestiefelte Kater [Puss in Boots] [music, for the Lotte Reiniger film] -- 57
    • Four songs for soprano and piano: 1. Die Nachtigall, 2. Vorfrühling, 3.Abendständchen, 4. Der Spinnerin Lied [music] -- 57
  • Ghose, Zulfikar
    • “Across India: February 1952” [poem] -- 42.2
    • “The Body’s Independence” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Coming to England” [poem] -- 42.2
    • “Getting to Know Fish” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Friends” [poem] -- 42.2
    • “The Haven” [poem] -- 42.2
    • “Heath Landscape” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “This Landscape, These People” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Pheasant” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Poem” [poem] -- 42.2
    • “Reflections on a Birthday” [poem] -- 42.2
    • “Speculations” [poem] -- 42.2
    • War in India [poems] -- 17.6
  • Glasgow, Mary. A Song of CEMA -- 60
  • Goldman, Daniel Franko. “Some Poetic Translations from the Greek Lyric Poets and Some Selections from Private Poetry” -- 48.11
  • Goldman, Richard Franko
    • “A New Voice at the Peabody” -- 48.11
    • “Pyrrha and Deucalion” [poem] -- 46.3
    • “Wallingford Riegger” -- 48.11
  • Gotthard, Hermann. “Heimkehr” [printed poem] -- 35.3
  • Gunn, Thom
    • Selected Poems 1955-75 -- 48.10
    • “To His Cynical Mistress” [poem] -- 42.3
  • Gurney, Ivor
    • “The Old City (Gloucester)” [poem] -- 17.3
    • “One comes across the strangest things…” [poem] -- 17.3
    • “There was such beauty…” [poem] -- 17.3
  • Guthrie, John
    • Cancion di Jenete [music] -- 57
    • The Mandrake Heart: Spring-Tide and Ye Spier Me [music] -- 57
    • Poema de la Saeta: 2. Noche, 6. Saeta, 7. Paso [music] -- 57
  • Hamilton, Ian
    • “Apology”[poem] -- 17.5
    • Eight Poets [editor] -- 17.7
    • “Father Dying” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Fears” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Last Illness” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Last Respects” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “A Mother’s Complaint” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Pretending Not to Sleep” [poem] -- 17.
    • “The Recruits” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Scenery” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “The Storm” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Trucks” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Us and Flies” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Windfalls” [poem] -- 17.5
  • Harrison, Patricia
    • Bed Time” [poem] -- 36.4
    • “Cot-Death” [poem] -- 36.5
    • “Experience” [poem] -- 36.4-5
    • “Harrison’s Run” [poem] -- 36.4
    • “Ignorance” [poem] -- 36.4, 36.6
    • “The Night-Attendant” [poem] -- 36.5
    • “Night Live” [poem] -- 36.4
    • “Ophelia” [poem] -- 36.5
    • “Overheard in Venice” [poem] -- 36.4
    • “A Parting” [poem] -- 36.5
    • “Recognition” [poem] -- 36.4
    • “The Quince Remembered” [poem] -- 36.4-6
    • “Sea Mist” [poem] -- 36.5
    • “Spring” [poem] -- 36.4-6
    • “Strangers” [poem] -- 36.5
  • Heaney, Seamus. “Personal Helicon” [poem] -- 42.3
  • Heinrich, Hermann Ludwig and Prinz von Pückler-Muskau. Tour in Germany, Holland and England in the Years 1826, 1827, and 1828; with remarks on the manners and customs of the inhabitants and anecdotes of distinguished public characters in a series of letters by a German Prince. Vol. III, 1832 [extracts] -- 21.4
  • Henri, Adrian
    • “A Poem to be Written on a Pair of Paper Panties” [poem] -- 48.12
    • A Song for New Yesterday [poem] -- 48.12
  • Hope, Francis. Poetry Book Society Poetry Supplement 1965 [editor] -- 17.7
  • Horovitz, Michael
    • "Ballade of the Nocturnal Commune” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “Blake’s Introduction to the Songs of Innocence” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “Coldwater Lyric” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “Country Life” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “A Ghost of Summer” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “Glimpse” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “home sweet home” -- 42.3
    • “The Path of A PRIMROSE” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “primavera” [poem] -- 42.3
  • Hoy, Peter. “Rain: A Prose-poem Translated from the French of Francis Ponge” [printed poem] -- 49.4
  • Hugh-Jones, R. J. “The Lost Arimaspians” [poem] -- 31.1
  • Hughes, Ted
    • “The Accused (A Tumbled Socratic Cock),” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-6, 42.7, 43.1
    • Adam and the Sacred Nine -- 43.1
    • “The Advocate (A Deep-Wading Desert Bittern),” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7, 43.1
    • “After the First Fright,” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7, 43.1
    • “After There Was Nothing, There Was a Woman,” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7, 43.1
    • “As I Came, I Saw a Wood,” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7, 43.1
    • “Auction,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “The Baptist (A Maze Pelican),” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7
    • “The Big Animal of Rock,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Birth of Rainbow,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • “Bride and Groom Lie Hidden for Three Days,” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7, 43.1
    • “Bridestones,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Bringing in New Couples,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • “The Canal,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “The Canal’s Drowning Black,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • Cave Birds: The Death of Socrates and His Resurrection in Egypt -- 42.8
    • Cave Birds [photocopies of Hughes’ notebook sketches] -- 42.5
    • “Churn-Milk Joan,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Cockcrows,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Coming Down Through Somerset,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • [“Conjuring in Heaven,” from Crow] [poem, ] -- 43.1
    • “Couples Under Cover,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • “Crown Point Pensioners,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “The Culprit (A Scapegoat Cockerel),” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5
    • “The Culprit (A Stud Cockerel Hunted Into a Desert),” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7
    • “Curlews in April,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Curlews Lift,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “The Day He Died,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • "Dead Farms, Dead Leaves,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Death-Struggle of the Glacier,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Dehorning,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • The Demon [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
    • Difficulties of a Bridegroom [radio broadcast script] -- 17.6
    • “Emily Bronte,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “The Executioner (A Raven of Ravens),” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5- 7, 43.1
    • “February 17th,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • “Feeding Out-Wintering Cattel at Twilight,” Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • “Finale,” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7, 43.1
    • “First, the Doubtful Charts of Skin,” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7, 43.1
    • “First, Mills,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Flanders” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5-6
    • “Football at Black,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “The Formal Auctioner,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • “For Billy Holt,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Foxhunt,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • “Full Moon and Little Frieda” [poem] -- 17.6, 17.8, 42.3, 42.5
    • “The Gatekeeper (A Double Osprey),” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7
    • “Gnat-Psalm “ [poem, as part of Poetry Now transcript, BBC] -- 43.1
    • “The Good Angel (An Owl Flower),” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7
    • “Grouse-Butts,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “The Guide (A Scarecrow Swift),” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7
    • “The Hall of Judgement (A Flayed Crow),” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7
    • “Hands,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • “Happy Calf,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • “Hardcastle Craggs,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Haworth Parsonage,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Heather,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Heatwave” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
    • “Heptonstall Cemetary,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Heptonstall Old Church,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43
    • “High Sea-Light,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Hill-Stone Was Content,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Hill Walls,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “His Legs Ran About,” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7, 43.1
    • “In April,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.1
    • “In These Fading Moments I Wanted to Say,” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7, 43.
    • “Incomparable Marriage (A Monkey-Eating Eagle),” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7
    • “The Interrogator (A Titled Vulturess),” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5- 7, 43.1
    • [“Irish Elk”] [poem] -- 43.1
    • “It is All,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “I Was Just Walking Along,” [now titled “The Scream”] from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7, 43.1
    • “The Judge (An Oven-Ready Pirhana Bird),” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7, 43.1
    • “King of Clubs” [poem] -- 43.1
    • “King of Spades” [poem] -- 43.1
    • “The Knight (A Death-Stone Crow of Carrion),” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7
    • “The Lake,” from Rocklings [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
    • “Last Load,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • “Last Night,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • “Light Falls Through Itself,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Little Red Twin,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • “Long screams,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “The Long Tunnel Ceiling,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “A Loyal Mother (A Sunrise of Owl),” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7
    • “Lumb Chimneys,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “March Morning Unlike Others,” from Moortown [poem] -- 42.3, 43.3-4
    • “A Memory,” from Moortown [poem] -- 42.3, 43.3-4
    • “Mill Ruins,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “A Monument,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • “Moors,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Morning Song” [printed poem] -- 17.8
    • “Mount Zion,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “New Year Exhiliration,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • “Now You Have to Push,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • “Oceanic windy dawn…” [poem] -- 43.1
    • Seneca’s Oedipus (English translation of the original play by Seneca) -- 42.5
    • Seneca’s Oedipus (English translation of the original play by Seneca) [1st Chorus and text beginning at Line 239] -- 43.1
    • Oedipus Etcetera Ballad [poem] -- see “Song for a Phallus”
    • “Only a Little Sleep, a Little Slumber,” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7, 43.1
    • “Open to Huge Light,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Orf,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • The Pig Organ -- 37.5
    • “The Plaintiff (A Hermaphrodite Ephesian Owl),” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7, 43.1
    • “Poor Birds,” from Moortown [poem] -- 42.3, 43.3-4
    • Prometheus on His Crag, 4-20 [poetry collection] -- 42.3
    • “Rain,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • “Ravens,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.4
    • “Rhododendrons,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “The Risen (A Ghostly Falcon),” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7, 43.1
    • “Rock Has Not Learned,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Second Bedtime Story” [printed poem] -- 17.8, 42.5
    • “Second Glance at a Jaguar” [poem, as part of Poetry Now transcript, BBC program] -- 43.1
    • “The Sentenced (A Ghostly Falcon),” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5
    • “She Has Come to Pass,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • “She Seemed So Considerate,” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7, 43.1
    • “Sheep,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • “The Sheep Went On Being Dead,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “The Sluttiest Sheep in England,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Snow Smoking as the Fields Boil,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.4
    • “Some of this play is O.K…” [poem] -- 43.1
    • “Something Was Happening,” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7, 43.1
    • “The Song” [poem] -- 43.1
    • “Song for a Phallus” [poem] -- 43.1
    • “Spring-Dusk,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Struggle,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • “The Summoner (A Hercules-In-The-Underworld Bird),” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7, 43.1
    • “Sunstruck,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Surprise,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.4
    • “Teaching a Dumb Calf,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • “There Come Days to the Hills,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “These Grasses of Light,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Tick Tock Tick Tock,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Top Withens,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Tractor,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-3
    • “The Trance of Light,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Tree,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Turning Out,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • “Two Stepped Down,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Unfortunately for You,” [from Cave Birds?] [poem] -- 42.5
    • “Vision of Jack Frost” [poem] -- 42.3, 43.1
    • “Walking Bare (A Crow of Prisms),” from Cave Birds [poem] -- 42.5-7
    • “Walls,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “The weasels we smoked out of the bank,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “When men got to the summit,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Where the millstone of sky,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Where the mothers,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “While She Chews Sideways,” from Moortown [poem] -- 43.3-4
    • “Widdop,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Wild Rock,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Wodwo” [poem] -- 17.8, 42.5, 43.6
    • “The Word That Space Breathes,” from Remains of ElmetI [poem] -- 43.5
    • “You Claw the Door,” from Remains of Elmet [poem] -- 43.5
    • “Your Mother’s Bones Wanted to Speak, They Could Not” [poem] -- 42.6-7, 43.1
    • [Untitled poem “A Nation’s soul…”] -- 42.4
    • [Untitled poem “So much determination so much money…”] -- 43.5
  • Hürlimann-Kiepenheuer, Bettina
    • “Aladin: In Memory of Berthold Bartosch” -- 35.1
    • “An Ein Junges Füllen” [printed poem] -- 35.5
    • “Antilope” [sic] [block print] -- 35.4
    • Atlantis Kalender [printed] -- 35.4
    • Das Begräbnis der alten Jungfer [artwork and printed text] -- 35.4
    • Bettina die Meeresprinzessin -- 35.3
    • Chinareise (co-author with Martin Hürlimann) -- 35.2
    • “Zur Erinnerung an das Alte Wagen Pferd Vordem Obst Karren in der Insel Strasse” [printed text] -- 35.4
    • “Erinnerungen einer Verleger-Hausfrau” [printed text] -- 35.1
    • A Fantasy of Bettina Kiepenheuer, Christmas 1929, for Eric Walter White [woodcut] -- 63
    • “Fischer bli— Netze Herausziehen in Matrosen, noch einer Bleistiftskizze” [pen and ink sketch] -- 35.5
    • Four Short Poems by W. J. Ibbett, Matthias Claudius, Hermann Gotthard [printed text illustrations] -- 35.3
    • Gabriele, der Glasbläser [printed text] -- 35.4
    • Ein Glückliches Neus Jahr 1930 [watercolor] -- 34.2
    • Hermes vom Penthelikon -- 35.7
    • “Das Kälbchen” [printed poem] -- 35.4
    • Das Karussel [printed illustration for text by Rainer Maria Rilke] -- 35.4
    • “Eine Kinderoper von Benjamin Britten” [printed text] -- 53.3
    • Das Kleine Mädchen Mit Den Schwefelhölzchen [printed illustrations for the text by Hans Christian Andersen] -- 35.4
    • A Little Horse Troubled by the Rain [pencil sketch] -- 34.2
    • Love [watercolor] -- 34.2
    • Modern Kitschpostcard [watercolor] -- 34.2
    • Russisches Tagebuch -- 35.3
    • Das Schiff aus Byzanz [printed text] -- 35.4
    • Sonder dride der Monatsblätter des Allaudiskalender gereidmel und zusaumengestellt [?] -- 35.4
    • 2 S__ziger Jungen, noch einer Bleistiftskizze [pen and ink sketch of two young boys] -- 35.5
    • [Untitled charcoal sketch of farmhouse] -- 35.5
    • [Untitled pen and ink sketch of man] -- 35.5
    • [Untitled pen and ink sketch of man and woman in bathing suits] -- 35.5
    • [Untitled sketches, woodblock prints of deer] -- 35.5
    • [Untitled block printed proof of zebra] -- 35.5
    • Verschiedene Gedichte über Tiere [printed text] -- 35.4
    • Zehn Tage – ein Leben -- 35.3
  • Hurlimann, Martin
    • Atlantis-Alphabet -- 35.6
    • Atlantis Kalender [printed] -- 35.4
    • Chinareise (co-author with Bettina Hürlimann-Keipenheuer) -- 35.2
    • Für die Freunde -- 35.4
    • London: Ein Bildband -- 35.8, 38.4
    • Venezuela 1966 -- 35.6
  • Ibbett, W. J. “3 Facets” [printed poem] -- 35.3
  • Jones, David
    • “A, a, a Domine Deus” -- 17.4, 42.3, 48.13
    • “David Jones: Maker of Signs” [Broadcast transcription] -- 33.4
  • Joseph, Charles M.
    • “Stravinsky’s 1902 Piano Scherzo in Perspective: A New Starting Point” -- 24.6
    • “A Study of Igor Stravinsky’s Piano Compostitions” [dissertation abstract] -- 21.2
  • Kelly, ____. [untitled excerpt re: The Siege of Belgrad] -- 21.3
  • Ketton-Cremer, Wyndham
    • “Lucinda: A Moral Tale” [poem] -- 50.1
    • [Untitled poem “Luck wanders very restlessly…”] -- 51.1
  • Kirkup, James
    • “The Love That Dares to Speak Its Name” [poem] -- 42.3
    • Midwinter Haiku [poem] -- 48.14
    • “Tongue” [poem] -- 42.3
  • King, David. “Tunes for the Jig The Black Man” (adapted) -- 7.2
  • Kranidiotis, Nikos. “The Port” [printed poem] -- 49.2
  • La Rose, John
    • Kaiso Calypso Music: David Rudder in Conversation with John La Rose -- 36.3
    • To My Mother [poem] -- 51.1
  • Langhans, Edward A. The Vere Street and Lincoln’s Inn Fields Theatres in Pictures [Educational Theatre Journal offprint] -- 45.8
  • Larkin, Philip
    • “Days”[transcribed poem] -- 17.5
    • “Faith Healing” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
    • “Here” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5-6
    • “Lines on a Young Lady’s Photograph Album” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “Love Songs in Age” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
    • “A Neglected Responsibility: Contemporary Literary MSS.” -- 37.1
    • “Modesties” [poem] -- 17.5-6
    • [Untitled poem “Ma thoughts laik fishes…”] -- 48.14
    • [Untitled poem “1952-1957/In times when nothing stood…”] -- 42.4
  • Lawson, Rex. “Igor Stravinsky – Music on Piano Roll” [list of Stravinsky’s music on piano rolls] -- 21.2
  • Lehmann, John
    • “In the Museum” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5-6
    • “The Lady of Elvedon” [poem] -- 42.3
  • Logue, Christopher. “Nothing Is Given to Man” [printed poem] -- 49.4
  • Lomas, Herbert. “The Fear” [poem] -- 51.1
  • Longley, Michael. “Leaving Inishmore” [printed poem] -- 49.4
  • Lucie-Smith, Edward
    • “Among the Scythians” [poem] -- 17.6, 42.2
    • “Reading Catullus Poems” [printed poem] -- 48.17
  • Lumley, Benjamin. Reminiscences of the Opera, 1864 [extract from the introduction] -- 21.3
  • M______, P. J. [of Baynard Press] “To E. W. W.” [poem] -- 51.5
  • MacBeth, George
    • “The Attendant” [poem] -- 17.6
    • “Bats” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “The Castle (after ‘Le Chastel d’Amours’)” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “The Dream” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Fireman’s Ladder” [poem] -- 17.6
    • “The God of War” [poem] -- 17.6
    • “The Heir” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “The Killing” [poem] -- 17.6
    • “The Last Will” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Noah’s Journey” [poem] -- 17.6
    • “A Ritual” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Scissor Man” [poem] -- 17.6
    • “The Wasp Woman (after Ponge)” [poem] -- 17.5
  • Macleod, Joseph Gordon. “Intro-retrospection” [poem] -- 50.2
  • Mansell, Frank
    • “Cotswald Choice” [poem] -- 17.3
    • “Autumn Ploughing” [poem] -- 17.3
  • Mathew, Ray
    • “Against Death” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
    • “The Dead Poet” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
    • “Memorable Occasion” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
  • Maxwell Davies, Peter. The Lighthouse -- 13.4
  • Menashe, Samuel. [Untitled poem “Stone would be water/But it cannot undo…] -- 42.2
  • Merwin, W.S. West Wind: Supplement of American Poetry [editor] -- 17.8
  • Moat, John
    • “After the Assassination of R. F. K.” [poem] -- 48.17
    • “The Marriage at Cana” [poem] -- 42.1
  • Moore, Robert E. “The Music to Macbeth” -- 39.12, 47.1
  • Moraes, Dom
    • “For My Son”[transcribed poem] -- 17.5
    • “Hopefully” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
    • “A Letter to Dorothy” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
    • “Song” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
  • Opfermann, Hans Carl. German paraphrase of White’s “November Saturday” -- 15.7
  • Osborne, Charles. Twelve Poets [editor] -- 17.7
  • Paraskos, Stass. A Brief History of Cyprus -- 49.2
  • Patten, Brian
    • “In the Dying of Anything” [poem] -- 49.1
    • “Nor the Sun Its Setting Power” [poem] -- 49.1
    • “Portrait of a Young Girl Raped at a Suburban Party [poem] -- 49.1
    • “Somewhere Between Heaven and Woolworth’s” [poem] -- 49.1
    • “Traveling Between Places” [poem] -- 49.1
    • [Untitled poem “…And in numerous city gardens…”] -- 49.1
    • “Wood” [poem] -- 49.1
  • Pears, Peter. Armenian Holiday: A Diary (August 1965) -- 5.3
  • Pickard, Tom. “The Game Bird” [poem] -- 17.6
  • Piper, John. An Impression of Shadow Theatre -- 20.7
  • Plath, Sylvia
    • “A Birthday Present” [transcribed and printed poem] -- 17.8, 42.5
    • “Cut” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5-6
    • “Morning Song” [transcribed poem] -- 42.5
  • Plomer, William
    • “A Note From a Cello (The Maltings restored:1970)” [poem] -- 42.3, 49.1
    • “The Planets of Bedford Square” [poem] -- 42.3
    • [Untitled poem “Between them and the stage loomed a spectral…”] -- 42.3
  • Plowden, William. “Letter From California” -- 42.2
  • Ponge, Francis. “The Rain” [printed poem, translated by Peter Hoy]-- 49.4
  • Porter, Peter
    • “An Anthropologist’s Confession” [poem] -- 17.6
    • “Changed From Martial’s Epigrams” [poem] -- 17.5-6
    • “Encounter in Antioch” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Frankenstein’s Monster Discusses a Television Programme About the Human Brain” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “The Great Poet Comes Here in Winter” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Happening at Sordid Creek” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Homage to Gaetano Donizetti” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Homily in the English Reading Rooms” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “How to Get a Girl Friend” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Inspector Christopher Smart Calls” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “The King of Limerick’s Army” [poem] -- 49.1
    • “Limbo” [music text and program note] -- 49.1
    • “Madame de Merteuil on ‘The Loss of an Eye’” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “The Next Hundred Years Will Be Religious” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Nine Points of the Law” [poem] -- 17.6
    • “A Pain After Lunch” [poem] -- 17.6
    • “Pig in the Middle” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Punic Problems” [poem] -- 17.6
    • “Three Poems from a Longer Work” (“Lyric 5,” “Lyric 7,” and “Lyric 8”) [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Two Merits of Sunshine” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Requiem for Mrs. Hammelswang” [poem] -- 17.6
    • “Seahorses” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Shopping Scenes” [poem] -- 17.6
    • “Steps on the Way” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Story From a Time of Disturbance” [poem] -- 17.6
    • “An Unimportant Tragedy” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Vienna” [poem] -- 17.6
  • Preift, Johas. Dance (No. 7, 8, 14, 16), entry by Henry Purcell, treble and bass parts -- 13.1
  • Prendergast, Arthur H. D. “Masques and Early Operas” -- 12.3
  • Proudman, Edgar. “Winter Garland” [poem] -- 17.3
  • Quinn-Kinney, Kerreth. ‘BROUNSMUSICKSTUDY’ [music] -- 57
  • Radford, Evelyn and Maisie. The Falmouth Opera Singers 1923 to 1946 [printed, with handwritten and typescript addenda to 1958] -- 12.3
  • Rambert, Marie, Dame. Woman of Action [broadcast transcript] -- 37.5
  • Redgrove, Peter
    • “The Flight of White Shadows” [poem] -- 17.8
    • “The Idea of Entropy at Maenporth Beach, ‘C’est elle! Noire et pourtant lumineuse’” [poem] -- 17.8, 42.5
    • “Minerals of Cornwall, Stones of Cornwall - a Case of Samples” [poem] -- 17.8, 42.5
    • “The Moon Disposes (Perranporth Beach)” [poem] -- 17.8
    • “The Old White Man” [printed poem]-- 49.4
    • The Sermon -- 49.3
    • Work in Progress -- 49.4
  • Reeves, James. The Personal Vision [editor] -- 17.8
  • Reiniger, Lotte
    • The Adventures of Prince Achmed [Die Abenteuer des Prinzen Achmed] -- 18.5, 19.7, 34.2
    • Antibes [watercolors] -- 20.11
    • “Arlequino” [as a commedia dell’ arte; see also Harlekin] -- 1.1-2, 20.6
    • Attempt of a Poetic Diary [sketches and handwritten poems] -- 18.6
    • [Birthday poem for White] -- 18.10
    • Carmen [watercolor postcards] -- 19.3
    • [Christmas poem, 1946] -- 19.2
    • Dr. Dolittle and His Animals -- 18.9
    • Galathea -- 19.5, 19.7
    • “Glasbild gemalt in Meudon Sommer 1933” [pencil sketch] -- 20.8
    • The Golden Goose [The Goose that Laid the Golden Eggs] [Die golden Gans] -- 19.7
    • Harlequin [Harlekin] -- 7.1, 19.6-7, 56
    • “Harlekin” [silhouette] -- 20.6
    • The Idea [L’Idee] -- 19.6
    • [Kurt] Weill [music] -- 60
    • The Little Chimney Sweep [book] -- 18.3, 19.12
    • The Little Chimney Sweep [Der Kleine Schornsteinfeger][film] -- 19.6-8, 19.12
    • A Little Greek Salad in form of an Alphabet for the Traveller in Greece by His Travelling Companion [handwritten alphabet poems and sketches] -- 19.13
    • Metamorphoses [film proposal] -- 7.1
    • [Moving silhouette figures] -- 56
    • “Moving Silhouettes” [in whole issue of Film Art] -- 20.2
    • “Ode on a Party 18 November 1953” [poem, with silhouette] -- 50.1
    • “Operette” [silhouette] -- 20.6
    • Papageno [watercolor postcards] -- 19.3
    • “Please, remember me – and my shadows” [silhouette] -- 20.6
    • “Poem Written by Lotte on Sunday August 11th, 1935, to Commemorate a Motor Drive to Bournemouth, The New Forest, Salisbury & C.” [poem] -- 18.10
    • “Portrait of Stravinsky, cut out for Mr. White by Lotte Reiniger 1929” [silhouette] -- 20.6
    • [Postcards and greeting cards featuring Reiniger’s work] -- 16.5, 20.4
    • The Pursuit of Happiness [Die Jagd nach dem Glück] -- 19.7, 19.9
    • Puss in Boots [Der Graf von Carabas] -- 19.6, 57
    • Pygmalion -- 55, 61
    • The Rolling Wheel [Das rollende Rad] -- 19.6
    • [Silhouette of woman and cradle, “For Mrs. E. White” [silhouette] -- 20.6
    • [Silhouettes featuring Eric Walter White] -- 20.9
    • Ten Minutes of Mozart [Zehn Minuten Mozart] -- 19.6, 56
    • A tennis match [booklet of silhouette cuttings] -- 20.10
    • Tears on a Birthday [poem] -- 18.6
    • Theatre [Antoni] Molla [poem] -- 18.6
    • [Unidentified film cuttings] -- 19.5
    • [Unidentified photographs of film scenes] -- 19.7
    • [Various pencil sketches] -- 19.6
    • [Various unlabeled silhouettes] -- 20.8
    • [Various unlabeled ink sketches and watercolors] -- 20.11, 55
    • What I Remember of Film Development in Berlin -- 7.1
    • Woide’s Birthday [poem] -- 18.6
  • Rickword, Edgell
    • “An Islington” in Cowley’s Ode… [poem] -- 49.5
    • “On choosing a Christmas card for a close friend” [poem] -- 42.3, 49.5
    • “Over-subscribed” [poem] -- 49.5
    • “Winter Warfare” from Collected Poems [transcribed poem] -- 17.5-6
  • Rilke, Rainer Maria
    • Das Karussel [printed text] -- 35.4
    • Zwei Tiergedichte [printed text] -- 35.4
  • Roethke, Theodore. “The Restored” [printed poem] -- 49.5
  • Ross, Alan. Poetry Book Society Poetry Supplement 1963 [editor] -- 17.8
  • Sassoon, Siegfried
    • “Attack” [transcribed and printed poem] -- 17.8, 42.5
    • “At the Cenotaph” [transcribed and printed poem] -- 17.6, 42.5
    • “At Max Gate” [transcribed and printed poem] -- 17.6, 42.5
    • “Cleaning the Candelabrum” [printed poem] -- 17.8
    • “An Octave: 4. Unfoldment” [transcribed and printed poem] -- 17.6, 42.5
  • Sauter, Rudolf
    • “On Cotswald Hill” [poem] -- 17.3
    • “Prelude” [poem] -- 17.3
  • Sawyer, Frank J. “English Opera after Purcell” -- 12.3
  • Sawyer, Paul. The New Theatre in Lincoln’s Inn Fields -- 45.8
  • Shanks, Edward. “A Poem on Dover’s Hill” [poem] -- 17.3
  • Shaw, Roy. Man of Action [broadcast transcript] -- 37.5
  • Shewring, W. H. “O Dea Certe” [poem] -- 50.1
  • Skinner, Martyn. “Clifton, remember these thy sons…” [poem] -- 49.6
  • Smith, Anthony
    • “Coming Home Again” [poem] -- 42.2
    • “Hibernation” [printed poem] -- 42.2
    • “Relative Values” [printed poem] -- 42.2
    • “Song of an Airman: ‘The Cruellest Month’” [printed poem] -- 42.2
    • “To a Sick Girl” [printed poem] -- 42.2
  • Smith, Iain Crichton. “The Departing Island” [printed poem] -- 49.4
  • Smith, Stevie
    • “Avondall” [poem] -- 49.6
    • “Come, Death (2)” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “The Jungle Husband” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “The Magic Morning” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “Mr. Over” [poem] -- 42.3, 49.6
    • “Planetarium and Pottery” [poem] -- 42.2
    • “The River God” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “Souvenir de Monsier Poop” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “Tenuous and Precarious” [poem] -- 42.3
    • “The Zoo” [poem] -- 42.3
  • Spalding, Helen
    • “At the Frontier” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
    • “The Carnival Will Take Place” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
  • Spender, Stephen. “SUBJECT=OBJECT=sentence” [poem] -- 17.5-6, 42.3
  • Stadlen, Peter. “[Alban] Berg’s Crytography”[printed text] -- 51.5
  • Stallworthy, Jon. “Two Hands” [poem] -- 42.3
  • Stokes, Adrian
    • On to the Distant [poem] -- 49.7
    • Poem [poem] -- 49.7
    • Song [poem] -- 49.7
  • Storm, Theodor. “Die Nachtigall” -- 57
  • Stout, Alan
    • George Lieder [music] -- 58
    • Laudi [music] -- 58
    • Solo for Mezzo-Soprano and Orchestra [music] -- 58
    • Symphony No. 2 [music] -- 58
    • Two Hymns for Tenor and Orchestra [music] -- 58
    • Two Songs of Ariel [music] -- 58
  • Stravinsky, Igor
    • Octet for Wind Instruments I. Symphony (music in the hand of Eric Walter White] -- 60
    • L’Oiseau de Feu [reduced photocopy of the last page of the full score (last 11 bars)] -- 21.8
    • L’Oiseau de Feu [reduced photocopy of the last page of the reduced score (last 17 bars)] -- 21.8
    • “The Rake’s Progress” [program note] -- 39.26
    • “Some Ideas about my Octuor” [transcription of article] -- 40.2
    • Two Sketches for a Sonata [photocopy music] -- 22.2
  • Tardios, George
    • “Autumn Roulette” [poem] -- 43.2
    • “Bull-Song” [poem] -- 4.2
    • “Camden Town” [poem] -- 43.2
    • “Demolition” [poem] -- 43.2
    • “The Drowned” [poem] -- 43.2
    • “An English Resurrection… On a sun-grogged island/My grandmother lies/Tippling her worry beads…” [poem] -- 43.2
    • “Escape Fox” [poem] -- 43.2
    • “The Fortune Teller and the Poet” [poem] -- 43.2
    • “Horse-Master” [poem] -- 43.2
    • “Initiation at Paphos” [poem] -- 43.2
    • “Islands” [poem] -- 43.2
    • “Night Storm” [poem] -- 43.2
    • “Petros” [poem] -- 43.2
    • “Sea-Signs” [poem] -- 43.2
    • “Sun-Times” [poem] -- 43.2
    • “Surreal Summer” [poem] -- 43.2
    • “Take Over” [poem] -- 43.2
    • “This Morning” [poem] -- 43.2
    • “When you smile” [poem] -- 43.2
  • Tarn, Nathaniel. “Simeon Bar Yoahai to the Columns of Light, 135 A.D.” [poem] -- 17.6
  • Thomas, D. M. “Intro to Redgrove’s Work in Progress” [offprint] -- 49.4
  • Thomas, R.S.
    • “Gifts” [poem] -- 17.5, 42.3
    • “Judgment Day” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
  • Tillotson, Geoffrey. “The Goat: ‘What News from Hades?’” [poem] -- 50.1
  • Tippett, Michael
    • A Child of Our Time -- 26.11
    • Crown of the Year -- 27.6
    • The Ice Break -- 28.1-3
    • King Priam -- 28.4-5
    • “King Priam: Some Questions & Answers” -- 28.5
    • The Knot Garden -- 28.6
    • “Love in Opera” -- 25.5
    • Lullaby [music] -- 57
    • The Midsummer Marriage -- 28.7-9, [music] -- 59
    • Moving into Aquarius -- 28.10
    • “Moving into Aquarius: Michael Tippett on Schönberg and the Revolt against the Victorians” [printed text] -- 28.7
    • “One Pair of Eyes: Poets in a Barren Age” [television script] -- 28.11
    • “A Personal View of Music in England”[offprint] -- 26.11
    • Songs for Achilles [music] -- 59
    • Songs for Dov [music] -- 59
    • “T. S. Eliot & A Child of Our Time” -- 26.11
    • “Towards the Condition of Music” [offprint] -- 26.11
    • The Vision of Saint Augustine -- 28.12
  • Toulson, Shirley
    • “Aquarius” [poem] -- 42.2
    • “Aries” [poem] -- 42.2
    • “Cancer” [poem] -- 42.2
    • “Capricorn” [poem] -- 42.2
    • “Gemini” [poem] -- 42.2
    • “Leo” [poem] -- 42.2
    • “Libra” [poem] -- 42.2
    • “Pisces” [poem] -- 42.2
    • “Saggitarius” [poem] -- 42.2
    • “Scorpio” [poem] -- 42.2
    • “Taurus” [poem] -- 42.2
    • “Virgo” [poem] -- 42.2
  • Trewin, J. C. “Shakespeare at Blackfriars” [printed text] -- 11.1
  • Trypanis, Constantine A.
    • “Carnations” [poem] -- 17.5
    • “Palaeopolis” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
    • “The Urn” [poem] -- 17.5
  • Uhrig, Kurt
    • “Paisaje de Pucon” [watercolor print] -- 35.4
    • [Untitled watercolor print] -- 35.4
  • Velmans, Michel
    • Les Iles Scilly -- 43.10-11, 51.5
    • “Nöel” [printed poem] -- 49.4
  • Von der H[eydt], E[duard] -- Sketch of a Barman in the Alte Jakobstrasse [pencil drawing] -- 34.1
  • Von Hofmannsthal, Hugo. “Vorfrühling” -- 57
  • Wain, John. “Anecdote of 2 A.M.” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
  • Watkins, Vernon
    • “Demands of the Poet” [transcribed poem] -- 17.5
    • Landmarks and Voyages [editor] -- 17.8
    • “Why should I write…” [poem] -- 50.1
  • Weill, Kurt
    • “Können einem totem Mann nicht helfen” [music] -- 60
    • “Lied der Jenny” -- 60
    • Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny -- 60
  • Whitaker, Ian. “When I am in Cyprus….” [printed poem] -- 49.2
  • White, Denis
    • An Automobile Accident [poem] -- 50.3
    • The Beautiful Young [poem] -- 50.3
    • Calgary Oldmen [poem] -- 50.3
    • Dodora (an idiot child) in Church [poem] -- 50.3
    • A Fat Cretan Sits in a Café [poem] -- 50.3
    • For John [poem] -- 50.3
    • Love for the Dying [poem] -- 50.3
    • May, Calgary [poem] -- 50.3
    • Mistra (a fragment) [poem] -- 50.3
    • Night Scene in Amsterdam [poem] -- 50.3
    • On a Road Between Towns [poem] -- 50.3
    • The Play [poem] -- 50.3
    • Silent Creation (By a mountain lake in Alberta) [poem] -- 50.3
    • St. Stephen’s Church, Edmonton [poem] -- 50.3
    • Would You Like to Go to the Louvre? [poem] -- 50.3
  • White, Eric Walter
    • “A. Goring Thomas” [Contribution to International Encyclopedia of Opera] -- 1.3, 8.6
    • “The Abbotsbury Swannery” -- 20.12
    • Advance thoughts on Troilus and Cressida -- 39.7
    • Agon -- 39.16
    • Aldeburgh Festival 1960 and 1966] -- 39.21, 40.18
    • Amphitryon: Notes on Chatterton’s Manuscript -- 38.9
    • Analytical Notes for Special Stravinsky Concert [Royal Philharmonic Society, 1954] -- 7.5
    • “An Anchor” [poem] -- 20.4
    • Andreas Cariolou [eulogy] -- 17.2
    • “Ansermet’s Les Fondements de la Musique dans la Conscience Humaine” [reader’s report for Faber and Faber] -- 8.1
    • “Apollo Musagetes [by Stravinsky]”[liner note] -- 20.12, 39.8
    • Appointment of a Regional Assistant -- 40.25
    • “The Argolic Gulf” [poem] -- 15.9, 16.8, 20.4, gf
    • Arlequino [as a commedia dell’ arte] -- 1.1-2, 60
    • Arlequino Songs: I. The Gardening Song, II. Siciliana, III. Serenade, IV. The Pedlar’s Week, V. Lullaby, VI. Drinking Song, VII. Te Dianam Laudo, VIII. Requiescat [music] -- 60
    • “Arrival” [poem] -- 17.1-2, 40.18-20
    • “The Arrival of Joseph Brodsky at Heathrow Airport on Tuesday Afternoon 20 June 1972” [poem] -- 17.2, 41.15
    • “Arthur Ewart: Biographical Note” [catalog introduction] -- 20.12
    • “Arthur Sullivan” [contribution to International Encyclopedia of Opera] -- 1.3, 8.6
    • “Arrival” [poem] -- 17.5
    • The Artist in a Technological Age [lecture notes] -- 39.18
    • Arts Centres: Notes for a Speech -- 40.15
    • The Arts Council and Help for Writers [lecture, University of Canterbury, 1967] -- 40.24
    • Arts Council and Literature Panel -- 41.1
    • The Arts Council and Local Authorities -- 40.25
    • The Arts Council and the Regional Arts Associations -- 40.25
    • “The Arts Council of Great Britain” [contribution to International Encyclopedia of Opera] -- 8.6
    • The Arts Council of Great Britain -- 1.5-2.1, 41.13-18
    • Arts Council of Great Britain Annual Register (1966) -- 40.20, 41.2
    • Arts Council of Great Britain Annual Report -- see Housing the Arts, Poetry Book Society, Hovingham Festival, Report on the Cheltenham Festival, Stratford-upon-Avon Festival of Poetry, and Poetry Notes
    • Arts Council of Great Britain Literature Prizes -- 40.23
    • Arts Council of Great Britain Poetry Library -- 40.23
    • Arts Council of Great Britain Retirement, 1971 -- 41.14
    • Arts Education for the General Public [meeting notes] -- 41.7
    • Arts Festivals -- 39.13
    • Arts Festivals & Adelaide [lecture notes, 15 March 1978] -- 46.5
    • “Arts Introduction” for Annual Register 1970 -- 8.4
    • “Arts Introduction” for Annual Register 1971 -- 8.4
    • An Arts/Sports Centre for Stevenage -- 41.4
    • “Arts Theatre Ballet” -- 20.12
    • The Arvon Foundation -- 41.13
    • Asclepius -- see “Hetmon at Epidauros”
    • “At Anchor” [poem] -- 16.8
    • “At Sea” [poem] -- 16.8, gf
    • “Atlantic Crossing” [poem] -- 15.8, 17.2, 41.14
    • “Aubade” [poem] -- 15.7, 17.1
    • Augeries and Celebrations [poem] -- see “Canonbury Gloss”
    • “Australian Poem: for Karin-Ann Tesdorf” [poem] -- 17.2 , 41.23, 42.4
    • “Autobiographica” -- see “The Progress of Friendship”
    • Autobiographical Note -- 39.12, 41.11
    • “Autobiographical Note” [contribution to Under Thirty: An Anthology] -- 20.12
    • Autobiographical Sketches -- 41.3
    • Autumn, 1928 [poem] -- 15.7
    • “Autumn in Reverse” [poem] -- see “Snatched from the Burning”
    • “Babel” [poem] -- 16.8
    • “Babel by Stravinsky] [program note, Morley College, 1951] -- 20.12
    • Balfe: Notes on Manuscripts -- 39.17
    • “Ballad Opera” [contribution to International Encyclopedia of Opera] -- 8.6
    • “Ballad Opera” [notes for lecture delivered to the English Opera Group Association, 1953] -- 21.3
    • “Ballets Jooss” -- 20.12
    • “Bandits as Banditti” -- see “The Usual Banditti: A Note on The Castle of Andalusia”
    • “Barabau” [review] -- 20.12
    • “The Barber of Seville” -- 20.12
    • “Barney and Thelma Corinna” [poem] -- 16.8, 38.2
    • Bath Festival Society -- 40.15, 41.1
    • “Bealings Bells” [poem] -- 16.8, 17.1
    • Beffaburgh [poem] -- 38.2
    • “Before the Curtain Rises…” [re. Tippett’s The Knot Garden] -- 25.1, 25.4
    • The Beggar’s Ballet [treatment for a ballet] -- 7.5, 39.8
    • “The Beggar’s Opera” [contribution to International Encyclopedia of Opera] -- 8.6
    • “The Beggar’s Opera [by Benjamin Britten]” [program note, Aldeburgh Festival, 1950] -- 20.12
    • “The Beggar’s Opera” [review] -- 20.12
    • Beginnings -- 2.3, 41.17, 49.3-4
    • “Benjamin Britten” [biography for program, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden] -- 5.1, 8.4, 41.13
    • “Benjamin Britten” [for The Book of Modern Composers] -- 8.1
    • “Benjamin Britten” [for British Council] -- 7.5
    • “Benjamin Britten” [for Collier’s Encyclopedia] -- 8.1
    • “Benjamin Britten” [for L'Enciclopedia dello Spettacolo] -- 7.4, 39.1
    • “Benjamin Britten” [for The Music Masters vol. IV, 1954] -- 7.4
    • “Benjamin Britten: A Profile” [for British Council] -- 8.1
    • Benjamin Britten: A Sketch of His Life and Works -- 3.2, 5.5-6.1, 38.9, 39.4
    • “Benjamin Britten: A Tribute” -- 8.6
    • “Benjamin Britten: A Tribute on His 60th Birthday” -- 8.4
    • “Benjamin Britten and Death in Venice” [article for Opera News] -- 3.4, 5.1, 8.6
    • “Benjamin Britten and His Operas” -- 8.6
    • “Benjamin Britten as an Opera Composer” and “The Rape of Lucretia” [program notes, Studio Opera Group, Belfast] -- 5.1, 8.4, 41.13
    • Benjamin Britten: His Life and Operas -- 3.5, 4.1-3, 6.2, 39.4-5, 40.10, 40.24-27, 41.1-2, 45.5, 63
    • Benjamin Britten: His Life and Operas [addendum for Hungarian edition] -- 8.6
    • “Benjamin Britten: String Quartets nos. 1 and 2” [liner note] -- 8.4
    • Benjamin Britten: The Man and the Music -- 40.21, 40.23, 63
    • Berlin: im Tiergarten [poem] -- 15.7
    • Berrima [poem] -- see Australian Poem
    • “Bertolt Brecht” -- 7.3
    • “Biblical Ballet” -- 20.12, 38.2
    • “Billy Budd” [The Adelphi, 1952] -- 7.4
    • “Billy Budd” [The Listener, 1951] -- 7.4, 38.7
    • “Billy Budd” [program note, Royal Opera House] -- 8.6
    • “Biographical – Critical Note on Britten” [for program of XVII Festival of Contemporary Music at the Biennale di Venezia, 1954] -- 7.5
    • “Birds” [poem] -- 16.7
    • Birmingham Regional Reconstruction -- 39.9
    • Birthday Poem to Benjamin Britten [poem] -- 38.5
    • “The Birthdays of Jesus: A Christmas Carol” [poem] -- 17.1
    • The Blackbird [music] -- 61
    • The Boy Who Disappeared [short story] -- 15.3-15.6
    • The Boy Who Disappeared and Other Stories -- see Mourning Sunshine and Other Stories
    • “Brean Down” [poem] -- 17.1
    • “A Bristolian Looks at Soviet Russia and Finds Quiet Determined Contentment” -- 7.3
    • “British Composers at Covent Garden” [for exhibition catalog, Covent Garden: 25 Years of Opera and Ballet] -- 8.4, 41.13
    • British Opera Research: A Personal Viewpoint -- 40.17
    • Britten [lecture notes] -- 46.5
    • “Britten (1935-39)” [contribution to 50th Birthday Program, BBC German Service broadcast] -- 8.1, 40.6
    • “Britten and English Song” [broadcast] -- 8.3
    • “Britten in the 1930s” -- 5.1, 8.4
    • “Britten in the Theatre: A Provisional Catalogue” -- see “Britten’s Incidental Music for Theatre”
    • “Britten’s Choral Music” -- 7.5
    • “Britten’s Incidental Music for Theatre” -- 8.4, 5.1, gf
    • “Britten’s Last String Quartet” -- 8.6
    • Britten’s Operatic, Choral and Vocal Music -- 41.18
    • Britten’s Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra [program notes] -- 5.3
    • The Broken Heart [poem] -- see “The Stranger”
    • “Broken Sonnet” [poem] -- 15.9, gf
    • “The Burning Rod” [poem] -- 16.8, gf
    • “But Hark! More Harmony: A Review” -- 8.4-5
    • “By the Touch of Life” [poem] -- 17.1
    • “Caedmons Hymn (A New Translation)” [poem] -- 17.2
    • “Calgary” [poem] -- 17.2, 41.18
    • Cambridge: Proposed Municipal Arts Centre -- 40.9, 42.3
    • “Cameo” [poem] -- 17.1; see also “The Woodcutter”
    • “Cannonbury Gloss” [poem] -- 42.3
    • Cantata [program notes for a performance of Stravinsky’s Cantata] -- 21.8
    • “Canoe Dialogue” [translation of poem by Bertolt Brecht] -- 17.2
    • “Canonbury Gloss” [poem] -- 15.9, 17.2, 41.12
    • “Castaway” [poem] -- 16.8, 38.7
    • “The Castle of Andalusia: A Note on the Genesis of the Opera and an Account of Its Performance on Norfolk Island in 1840” -- 7.4
    • The Chain -- see Homage to Beethoven
    • A Chain of Poets [proposed television feature in conjunction with the 1961 Festival of Poetry] -- 39.19
    • The Charm: A Comic Opera, op. 4 [music] -- 62
    • The Chase of Hissler the Spy [poem] -- 38.4
    • “Chatterton and the English Burletta” -- 6.6-7, 7.5
    • “Chatterton and the Theatre” -- see “Chatterton and the English Burletta”
    • “The Character of Wozzeck” -- 7.4, 38.8
    • “Chevalier and Don” -- see Review of Gluck…
    • “Children’s Crusade” [poem] -- 16.1, 17.2, 17.5
    • “Choice of Books” -- 8.1, 40.20
    • Christmas -- see “Noel”
    • “Christmas Eve” -- 16.7
    • Clerkenwell Green Association for Craftsmen -- 41.20
    • Commissioned Poems for the Shakespeare Festival 1964 -- 40.5
    • The Commissioning of Operas -- 38.4
    • “Concerto in D for Strings [by Stravinsky]” [program note, Aldeburgh Festival, 1977] -- 8.6
    • “Contemporary English Opera” [lecture, Oxford University Opera Club, 25 November 1959] -- 39.18
    • “The Contemporary Scene in English Poetry” [lecture at Training College, Hereford, 1965] -- 40.15
    • “Contraceipt” [poem] -- 16.8
    • Contraception [poem] -- see “Contraceipt”
    • [Contribution to John Lehmann Festchrift] -- 48.14, 50.8
    • “Count Down” [poem] -- 15.9, 17.2, 17.5, 40.4, 63
    • “Covent Garden 15 March 1968” [poem] -- 15.8, 17.1-2, 49.4
    • “Crown of the Year” -- 8.1, 18.3, gf
    • “Crown of the Year” [program note, Finchley Children’s Music Group, 1972] -- 8.4
    • Curiosities to be Sung [music] -- 61
    • Current Trends in British Poetry -- 40.16, 40.19
    • “Cyprus of Copper” [poem] -- 17.2, 17.5, 41.3, 42.3, 49.2
    • D Zug: Berlin – Ostend [poem] -- 15.7
    • Dance (after a pastel of Degas) [music] -- 60
    • Dance of David [music] -- 60
    • “Dante Sonata” -- 20.12, 38.2
    • The Dark Room: Design for a Poem -- 38.5
    • Daybreak [music] -- 61
    • “Dayspring” [poem] -- 16.8, gf
    • Dear Papa -- 40.26
    • Dear Watkins, I have half a mind… [poem] -- 50.1
    • “Death in the Olive-Yard” [poem] -- 16.1, 16.8, 28.14, 38.2, gf
    • “A Decade of English Opera 1951-1960” -- 8.1, 39.23
    • “Dedication: to My Mother” -- see “Hands that I Have Known”
    • “Dedicatory Poem: for Dodo” -- 16.8
    • The Delphic Sibyl [poem] -- 39.19
    • Dialogue -- see Fragment of Dialogue
    • “Drafts of Cave Birds by Ted Hughes” -- 42.5, 42.8
    • Draft Scenario of a Trick Film [St. Francis: Dreams and Nightmares] to be Made by Bertold Bartosch, 1934 -- 7.1
    • Dream within Dream [short story] -- 15.5
    • Dudley Arts Council Chairman -- 40.23
    • “Dvorak Centenary” -- 20.12
    • E. M. Forster: A Brief Biography [contribution to Chambers’s Encyclopedida] -- 20.12
    • Early Theatrical Performances of Purcell’s Operas: With a Calendar of Recorded Performances, 1690-1710 -- 2.2, 8.2, 39.17
    • “Easter” [poem] -- 16.8
    • Editorial Notes on Art and Science by Adrian Stokes -- 38.1
    • “Editor’s Foreward” to The History of the King’s Opera House by Daniel Nalbach -- 8.4, 41.10, 45.9
    • “Edward James Loder” [contribution to International Encyclopedia of Opera] -- 1.3, 8.6
    • “Eighteenth Century Music in America: John Antes and the Moravians” -- 14.7, 39.26, 40.1
    • “Elegy” [program note, Croydon Festival, 1973] -- 8.4
    • “Emergency Shop Fronts and the Artist” -- 20.12
    • Emil Gilels Playing Beethoven’s 3rd Piano Concerto at a Prom Conducted by Colin Davis (relayed on TV 24 August 1969) [poem] -- 41.7
    • Emmanuel and the Medusa [short story] -- 15.3-4, 15.6
    • “Enchantment” [poem] -- 17.1
    • “Encounters in Budapest” -- 14.3
    • “Engaged!” [review of the adaptation by George Rowell and Kenneth Mobbs of the W. S. Gilbert work] -- 8.1, 40.2, 52.3
    • “English Ballet Music” -- 7.3
    • “English Chamber Opera” -- 7.5, 39.11, 44.5
    • English Farce Jigs -- 7.2, 39.2-3
    • English Opera [lecture outline] -- 46.5
    • English Opera [lecture, Calgary, 1971] -- 41.14
    • “English Opera at Queensberry House and Drury Lane” -- 7.5
    • “English Opera Librettos” -- 7.4
    • English Opera: Project for a ‘Pelican’ -- 21.3-4
    • “English Poetry Today” [selection of poetry to be presented at the Peruvian-British Cultural Association; Cultura Inglêsa, São Paulo] -- 17.6
    • “English Theatre Music in the Eighteenth Century” -- 8.4
    • “English Travellers at Italian Opera Performances in the XVIIth Century” -- 8.3, gf; see also The History of English Opera
    • Enjoying the Arts -- 39.6
    • Entertain Yourselves -- 3.3
    • “Envoi” [poem] -- 16.7
    • Epitaph [music] -- 60
    • The Estuary [play] -- 38.6
    • Eva Dear, and Willie [music] -- 61
    • “The Evolution of a Festival” [program note, Poetry International, 1974] -- 8.6
    • Exhibition of Books on Opera and Opera Scores [National Book League, 1957] -- 20.12, 39.12
    • Extra Musical Illustrations for Stravinsky -- 24.2
    • Extract from an Australian Diary -- 14.3
    • “The Fairy Queen” [program note for Harrogate Festival, 1969] -- 8.3, 41.5
    • “Fairies and Mortals [A Midsummer Night’s Dream]” [broadcast] -- 8.3, 8.4
    • “Fallen Star” [poem] -- see “The Stranger”
    • Fantastic Suite [music] -- 61
    • “Farce Jigs” -- 7.4, 38.4, 38.7
    • “Farewell to Stevie [Smith]” [poem] -- 17.2-3, 41.12
    • “Fated” [poem] -- 17.1, gf
    • Fathers and Sons: New Tippett Opera [King Priam] -- 39.16
    • Festival Fervour -- 40.10
    • Festival/Gathering, St. Ives 1970 -- 41.9
    • Festival of Poetry -- 39.18, 40.17 (see also Poetry Festival)
    • Festival Thoughts -- 40.14
    • Festivals -- 41.9, 41.16
    • “Film” [poem] -- 16.1, 16.8
    • “Film as Ballet: A Dialogue between Lotte Reiniger and Her Familiar” -- 7.3
    • “Film Silhouettes” -- see “The Silhouette Films of Lotte Reiniger”
    • The Finding of Moses [draft scenario for a cantata by Tippett] -- 25.3
    • Firebird Suite (1919) [program notes] -- 22.1
    • “The First and the Last: A Note on Two Stravinsky Ballets [The Fire Bird and Orpheus]” -- 7.4, 38.4
    • The Fish [music] -- 61
    • Foreward to The New Theatre in Lincoln’s Inn Fields by Paul Sawyer -- 45.8
    • “Four Tarot Cards” [poems] -- gf
    • “The Fourth Wall of China: Disillusion Effects in the Chinese Theatre” -- 2.4, 7.3
    • Fragment of Dialogue -- 41.12
    • “From Gibbons to Tippett: The English Tradition” [program note, Aldeburgh Festival, 1975] -- 8.6
    • “From Oranienbaum to Hollywood: A Musical Odyssey” -- 7.4
    • “A Further Decade of English Opera 1961-70” -- 8.4
    • “A Further Decade of English Opera 1961-70: A Supplementary List of Operas Commissioned for Television and Radio” -- 8.4
    • A Further Report on Certain Frances Cornford Material -- 41.2
    • “The Gate” [poem] -- 15.7, 17.1, gf
    • The Gentle Giant [poem] -- see “The Gentle Pagan”
    • “The Gentle Pagan” [poem] -- 17.2
    • “Gill’s Autopsychography” -- see Review of Autobiography by Eric Gill
    • “Gloriana [by Benjamin Britten]” -- 40.20
    • “Gobby Gobby Glub Juck” [nursery rhyme] -- 16.8
    • “God Who Art Sexless…” [poem] -- 15.7, 17.1
    • “Goldflake: A Sonnet” [poem] -- 16.8
    • “Good Wine” -- see Review of Stay Me with Flagons
    • Grandmother and the Wild Duck’s Egg [music] -- 61
    • Gratitude [poem for Martin Hürlimann] -- 40.25
    • “Great Britain [opera]” -- 7.5
    • “Greek Folk Songs” -- 7.3
    • “The Greek Karangiosi Theatre” [“Greek Shadow Theatre,” printed in The Times, 13 November 1936] -- 7.3, 18.3, 52.2
    • “Greek Shadow Theatre” [in Tribute to Benjamin Britten on his Fiftieth Birthday, 1963] -- 8.1, 40.4; see also “The Greek Karangiosi Theatre”
    • “The Green Holly” [poem] -- 16.7
    • “Grief-Proof” [poem] -- 16.8, 39.16
    • “H. D. and Her Poetry” [broadcast] -- 8.4
    • Hajo Worch -- 40.16
    • “Hampton Serenades” [poem] -- 16.8
    • “A Handelian’s Notebook [by William C. Smith]: A Review” -- 8.1, 40.14
    • “Hands that I Have Known…” [poem] -- 17.1
    • “The Hanged Man” [poem] -- 16.8, 39.9, 39.12, 39.14
    • Harlekin [music] -- 62
    • Harvest Home [music] -- 61
    • “The Heights of Hampstead and Highgate” [poem] -- 16.8
    • “Henry Bishop” [contribution to International Encyclopedia of Opera] -- 1.3, 8.6
    • “Henry Purcell” [program note for The Fairy Queen, 1977] -- 50.8
    • Henry Purcell 1659-1695 Essays On His Music [edited by Imogen Holst] -- see “New Light on Dido and Aeneas [by Purcell]”
    • “Hermaphrodite” [poem] -- 15.8, 17.2, 17.5, 40.27, 42.3, 49.2
    • “Hetmon at Epidauros” -- 16.8, 39.27
    • “Hetmon in the Asclepium” -- see “Hetmon at Epidauros”
    • A History of English Opera -- 5.4, 9.1-13.5, 38.9, 39.6, 40.27, 41.1-7, 41.9-10, 41.12-13, 41.23-24, 45.5
    • Holiday Island [short story] -- 15.5
    • “Homage to Beethoven: Oxford 1927” -- 8.6
    • “Homage to Flechtheim” -- 20.12
    • Homage to Netlam Bigg -- see “Tribute to Netlam Bigg”
    • “Homage to Stravinsky” -- 7.4, 39.1
    • “Homage to T. S. Eliot 13 June 1965” [poem] -- 16.2, 17.1-2, 40.14-15, 42.2
    • “The Honest Lovers” [short story] -- 15.3-5
    • The Hornpipe of Paris -- 15.7
    • Housing the Arts: Arts Centre Applications -- 41.2
    • Housing the Arts: Bradford, Hull, Plymouth, Stoke-on-Trent, Portsmouth, Leicester -- 39.20
    • Housing the Arts: Coventry -- 39.19
    • Housing the Arts: Ludlow, Croydon -- 39.19
    • Housing the Arts in the Provinces [Housing the Arts: The Needs of the Provinces] -- 39.10-11, 39.20-23
    • Housing the Arts: Report on Newcastle under Lyme -- 39.22
    • Housing the Arts: Report on Southampton -- 39.21
    • Hovingham Festival 1955 -- 39.10
    • Hovingham Festival 1959 -- 39.18
    • How Did I Come to be Involved in This Festival Racket? [lecture notes] -- 46.5
    • How Far Do the Arts Reflect the Spirit of the Age? [lecture] -- 41.2
    • “I. K. F. [Ifan Kyrle Fletcher]: A Personal Memoir” -- 8.3
    • “I cannot find one star in all the sky…” [poem] -- 15.7, 33.8
    • “The Ice Break [by Michael Tippett]” -- 8.6, 41.20
    • “Igor Stravinsky” [lecture notes] -- 22.2
    • “Igor Stravinsky” [for The Book of Modern Composers] -- 8.1
    • “Igor Stravinsky” [Encyclopedia Britannica] -- 8.1, 8.3-4, 22.5, 40.18, 52.3
    • “Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971) [for J. & W. Chester Ltd. leaflet] -- 8.4, 22.1, 41.15
    • “Igor Stravinsky” [program notes for the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, 1981] -- 22.2
    • “Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971) [Youth and Music, September 1971] -- 8.4, 41.13
    • Igor Stravinsky: Composer of the 20th Century -- see Stravinksy: The Composer and His Works
    • “Igor Stravinsky: In Memoriam” [English Bach Festival] -- 8.4
    • Images of H. D. -- 13.6, 14.1-2
    • Imaginary Portrait [pen and ink drawing] -- 34.1
    • [Importance of opera] -- 41.15
    • In Berlin. 1928 -- see “Poor B. B. (1898-1956)”
    • “In Exile: A Sonnet” [poem] -- 15.7, 17.1
    • “In Memoriam Bertolt Brecht” [poem] -- see “Poor B. B. (1898-1956)”
    • “In Memoriam J. N. K.” [poem] -- 16.8
    • In Memoriam Joe Compton -- 40.10
    • In Memoriam W. G. -- see “Memorial Lines”
    • In Nomine [poem] -- 40.3
    • In the Asclepium -- see “Hetmon at Epidauros”
    • “In the Val Maggia” [poem] -- 16.2, 16.8, 38.1, gf
    • “In Westminster Abbey” [poem] -- 17.2, 17.5-6, 42.3
    • Inscription in the Hürlimanns’ Visitors’ Book at Samedan -- 41.22
    • International Ballet: Performance of Swan Lake at the Theatre Royal, Hanley, on Tues. Dec. 1st, 1953 -- 39.6
    • “Interview with Lotte Reiniger, the Silhouette Film Artist” -- 20.12
    • “Interview with Shosbakovitch” -- 7.3
    • “Introduction” [re: Arvon Foundation] -- 43.1
    • Introduction to The Beggars Opera -- 8.4
    • Introduction to The Fault, Dear Brutus: A Zodiac of Sonnets by Shirley Toulson -- 8.4, 41.14
    • Introduction to London by Martin Hurlimann -- 38.4
    • Introduction to A Note on Abstract or Symphonic Ballet by Adrian Stokes -- 8.6
    • Introduction to Stravinsky’s Autobiography -- 8.6
    • “An Introduction to The Turn of the Screw” [for program of XVII Festival of Contemporary Music at the Biennale di Venezia, 1954] -- 7.5, 39.8
    • Is Opera Outmoded?: Notes for a Lecture to the Oxford University Opera Club, Juanuary 23, 1952 -- 21.4, 38.7
    • Is Opera Really Necessary? An Enquiry into Opera Today & a Glimpse into the Future [notes for a lecture delivered to the Everyman Club, Bath, February 3, 1953] -- 21.3
    • “Ivanhoe by Arthur Sullivan” [contribution to International Encyclopedia of Opera] -- 1.3, 8.6
    • “The Japanese Lover” -- 36.2 [music] -- 61
    • “Jenny’s Pirate Ballad” [translation of poem by Bertolt Brecht] -- 16.8
    • “John Hayward: An Obituary Postscript” -- 8.1
    • “Jonathan Williams” [biographical sketch] -- 36.1
    • Jubilee -- 41.5
    • “The Judgment Day” [poem] -- 16.8, gf
    • “The Judgment of Paris [by William Congreve]” [program note, London Opera Club, 1951] -- 20.12
    • “Julius Benedict” [contribution to International Encyclopedia of Opera] --1.3, 8.6
    • “Kelly Rides” [poem] -- 16.3, 16.8, 39.10
    • “Kerstin’s Carol” [lyrics and music] -- 38.7
    • “Keynes: The Architect of the Arts Council” [summary of paper presented at Keynes Seminar, 1972] -- 2.1
    • A Kiss, I Begg’d [music] -- 61
    • “Kitty Gocky Girl” [poem] -- 16.8
    • “Klettersport” [“On Climbing”] -- 7.3
    • “The Knot Garden [by Tippett] at Evanston” -- 8.6
    • [Kurt] Weill [music] -- 60
    • “A Lady to Her Mirror” [poem] -- 15.7, 17.1
    • The Laidley Worm [music] -- 60
    • The Landermere Lodger [play] -- 38.4
    • “The Laze Reader” [poem] -- 16.8
    • A Leaf from Brecht’s Laurels for Weill -- 39.12
    • “Lecture on Stravinsky” [set of hand-written musical examples from: The Firebird, The Golden Cockrel (Rimsky-Korsakov), Petrushka, The Rite of Spring, The Song of the Nightingale, “Five Finger Exercises”, Mavra, Apollo musagète, “Two Poems of Balmont,” “The Fairy’s Kiss,” Oedipus Rex, Boris Godunov (Mussorgsky), Piano Sonata III, Nocturnes: 1. Nuages (Debussy), Symphony in C] -- 22.6
    • “Legendary Man” [poem] -- 16.2, 16.8, gf
    • “The Leningrad Music Festival: A Bristolian Reviews First Experiment” -- 7.3
    • Let Me Tell You a Little Story -- 14.3, 41.24-26
    • Letter to Michael Tippett [part of 60th birthday presentation] -- 27.1
    • “Let’s Make an Opera!” [program note, Aldeburgh Festival, 1950] -- 3.3, 20.12
    • “A Lewd Play with Good Musicke” -- 8.3, 13.1
    • Liberal Studies in Colleges of Advanced Technology -- 39.18
    • “The Lily of Killarney [by Julius Benedict]” [contribution to International Encyclopedia of Opera] -- 1.3, 8.6
    • “Lines Addressed to William Plomer Thanking Him for Worksheets of His Poem ‘Reading in the Garden’” [poem] -- 16.8
    • “Lines on a Bust by Renoir in His Garden at ‘Les Collettes’[poem] -- see Death in the Olive-Yard
    • “Lines to Howard Abramowitz” [poem] -- 16.8
    • “Lines Written to Edmund Blunden on Receiving a Set of Verses from Him” [poem] -- 17.2, 40.18
    • List of poets who’ve published one volume or more since 1945 [1950] -- 39.12
    • “The Listener and Beethoven” -- see Review of Beethoven’s Pianoforte…
    • “Listening to Stravinsky’s Music in the ’Twenties” -- 8.3
    • A Litany [music] -- 60
    • Literature [Arts Council] -- 40.14
    • Literature Panel: AMBIT -- 40.27
    • Lithographic Print of Mr. Liston as Van Dunder in…[poem] -- 17.2
    • The Little Chimney Sweep illustrations (with Lotte Reiniger) -- 19.12
    • Little Presses -- 41.6
    • “Lives of the Composers [Purcell, Arne, Boyce, Wallace, Stravinsky, Tippett, Britten] -- 8.6
    • “The Living Composer” -- 7.3, GF
    • “The London Sinfonietta” -- 8.4
    • Longer Poems of the 20th Century [proposed anthology] -- 39.9, 39.11-12, 39.14
    • “Looking Back…Benjamin Britten / Ballad of Heroes” -- 8.6
    • “Lord Burghersch” -- 7.4, 38.9, 39.1
    • “The Lost Line” [poem] -- 16.8, 40.1
    • “Lost Music of Davenport’s Operas” -- 14.4
    • “Lotte Reiniger and Her Art” -- 7.3
    • The Luck of the Grey Abbots -- 38.9
    • Ludlow Festival -- 40.9
    • “Lullaby” [poem] -- 20.4
    • “Mahagonny” -- see “Misuk”
    • The Making of a Poem [“Portrait of a Visitor”] -- 16.8
    • Malta [poem] -- 41.3
    • Man of Action [Broadcast] -- 8.6, 41.24
    • A Man of Our Time -- 38.4
    • The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife -- 62
    • The Manuscript Score of The Fire Bird -- 39.8
    • The Manuscript Score of The Knot Garden -- 14.3, 41.26
    • “Marianne Oswald” -- 20.12
    • “Marie and the Journeyman” [short story] -- 15.3, 15.5
    • Marie C. Stopes obituary -- 39.16
    • “Maritana [by William Vincent Wallace]” [contribution to International Encyclopedia of Opera] -- 1.3, 8.6
    • “Martin H. [Hürlimann] and England” -- 8.3, 35.1
    • “Mask: A Sonnet” [poem] -- 15.7, 17.1, 38.3
    • “Mass [by Stravinsky]” [program note, English Bach Festival Trust, 1977 -- 8.6
    • Matthew Locke -- 39.9
    • “Mavra” [contribution to International Encyclopedia of Opera] -- 8.6
    • “Mediterranean Cycle” [poem] -- see “Mediterranean Gesture”
    • “Mediterranean Gesture” [poem] -- 15.8, 16.8, gf
    • Meet My Folks [poem] -- 41.24
    • Memo of a Talk with Sir Herbert Warren -- 48.2
    • “Memorandum on the International Development of the Cinema” -- 7.1, 7.3
    • “Memorial Lines (W. A. G. 1907-60)” [poem] -- 15.8, 16.8, 17.1-2, 39.22, 51.6
    • Men in the Moon [play] -- 24.8, 39.1
    • “The Messiah” -- 7.3
    • Metamorphoses [film proposal] -- 7.1
    • “Michael Tippett” [Classical Music Weekly] -- 8.6 , 41.20
    • “Michael Tippett: A Biographical Sketch” -- 8.1, 18.3, 25.8, gf
    • “Michael Tippett: Man and Musician” [lecture notes, Festival of Perth, 12 February 1978] -- 46.5
    • “Michael Tippett: Man and Musician” [lecture, Northwestern University, 1974 and The Chinese University, Hong Kong, 1978] -- 8.6, 25.4, 26.3; see also “Portrait of a Composer”
    • Michael Tippett’s Music Mss. (as examined by E.W.W. at Tidebrook Manor, 1.vii.60) -- 25.4-5
    • Michael Tippett 60th Birthday presentation speech -- 40.9
    • Michael Tippett: Trojan Opera -- see Fathers and Sons: New Tippett Opera [King Priam]
    • “Midas” [review, Leighton Park Musical Society] -- 20.12, 39.1
    • Midland Arts Association -- 40.7
    • “The Midsummer Marriage” -- 7.5, 26.4, 39.9
    • “A Midsummer Night’s Dream [by Benjamin Britten]” -- 8.1, 39.21
    • “Min” [poem] -- 15.7, 17.1
    • “Miss McClauchlan” [poem] -- 16.8
    • “Misuk” -- 8.1, 18.1, 40.5, 63, gf
    • Modern British Operas [notes for lecture delivered at Ashridge, 1954] -- 21.3
    • “Modern Greek Folk Music” [“Neo-Hellenic Folk Music”] -- 7.3
    • Monument [poem] -- see “Petrified Lovers”
    • “Monte Rosa” [poem] -- 15.7, 33.8
    • “Moonlight” [poem] -- 16.8, gf
    • Mourning Poem -- see “Grief-Proof”
    • Mourning Sunshine [short story] -- 15.2, 15.5, 43.12
    • Mourning Sunshine and Other Stories [anthology] -- 15.3-15.6, 40.25, 41.10
    • “Mr. Richard S. Hill” -- 20.12
    • “Mrs. Hombom” [poem] -- 16.8
    • “Music and Drama for the Community” -- 7.3
    • “Music and Its New Audience” -- 7.3
    • “Music Chronicle: Opera at Covent Garden; Boris Gudunov at the Wells; The Proms; Three New Symphonies” -- 20.12
    • “Music Chronicle: Opera Cross-Section; A Kingdom for a Cow; Ballet: A Footnote” -- 20.12
    • “Music Chronicle: Stravinsky’s Q. E. D.; In Defence of Shostakovitch, and Plus Royaliste que le Roi” -- 20.12
    • Music for a Carol [music manuscript] -- 38.5
    • “Music in Education” -- 7.3
    • “Music in Shakespearean Tragedy: A Review” -- 8.1, 40.13
    • “The Music of Michael Tippett” -- 8.4, 26.5, 41.15
    • “The Music of Poetry” [lecture, Mewport of Monmouthshire Literary Club, 1956] -- 7.5, 39.11
    • “The Music to Harlequin” -- 7.1, 18.8
    • “Music under Mars” -- 7.3
    • “Musical Developments in Great Britain Since the War” -- 7.4
    • “Musical Examples for Stravinsky” -- 24.2-3
    • “Musicians of the People” -- 7.3
    • “My Brother” [juvenilia poem] -- 17.2
    • “Mycenae” [poem] -- 16.8, gf
    • N. E. A. A. [meeting report] -- 40.20
    • “A Name on a Wall” [poem] -- 16.8, 17.1 [on verso of “Cameo”]
    • “Narcissus” [poem] -- 17.1
    • National Manuscripts Collection of Contemporary Poetry Committee Minutes -- 40.15
    • “Neo-Hellenic Folk Music” [“Modern Greek Folk Music”] -- 7.3
    • “New British Ballets, 1951-52” -- 7.4
    • “New Light on Dido and Aeneas [by Purcell]” -- 8.2, 39.14-15, 39.20
    • News from Ustilug: Stravinsky’s Teen-Age Letters to HisParents [translations by Sarah S. White of Stravinsky’s letters, with commentary by Eric Walter White] -- 22.7
    • “Night” [poem] -- 17.1
    • “Night Rumour” [poem] -- 16.2
    • “The Nightingale [by Stravinsky]” [contribution to International Encyclopedia of Opera] -- 8.6
    • “The Nightingale [by Stravinsky]” [The Listener, 10 May 1956] -- 7.5, 44.5
    • “The Nightingale [by Stravinsky]” [1961] -- 40.1
    • “No Accident” [short story] -- 15.5
    • “No Declaration of Love” [poem] -- 16.8
    • “No Song, No Supper” -- 8.1
    • Noah’s Daughter [music] -- 61
    • “Nocturne” [poem] -- 16.8, 39.7
    • “Noel” [poem, translation of “Nöel” by Michel Velmans] -- 16.1, 17.1-2
    • Una Nota biografica-critica su Britten l’operista” -- 39.8
    • “A Note on Architecture and the Theatre in Modern Greece” -- 20.12
    • “A Note on a Letter from Dylan Thomas” -- 8.3
    • “A Note on Comic Opera” -- 7.5
    • “A Note on Mozart” -- 7.3
    • “A Note on Opera at Oxford” -- 8.4-5, 41.12, gf
    • “A Note on Stravinsky’s Requiem Canticles” -- 8.1, 40.20
    • “Note on Stravinsky’s Piano Scherzo” -- 8.4, 41.16
    • Note on the Death of Alban Berg -- 20.12
    • “A Note on the Reconstruction of Farce Jigs” -- 7.4
    • “A Note on William Plomer” -- 8.4
    • Notes for “Noah’s Daughter” [music] -- 61
    • Notes for a Speech to the N. F. M. S. Conference, Bournemouth -- 38.7
    • Notes for a Study of the Perspective of Time -- 38.6
    • Notes for a Lecture to Schoolchildren, Stroud Festival, 1968 -- 41.3
    • Notes for a Talk on Music in Soviet Russia Today -- 7.3
    • Notes for a Talk on Stravinsky at Diaghiler Exhibition -- 39.7
    • Notes on a Quarterly Magazine of the Arts -- 38.6
    • Notes on a Talk with Benjamin Britten at Aldeburgh -- 40.6
    • “Notes on a Talk with G.B.S. [George Bernard Shaw] at Ayot St. Lawrence on Sunday, July 2, 1944” -- 7.3
    • Notes on Blend -- 39.1
    • Notes on English Opera Librettos -- 38.4
    • Notes on Lecture by Michael Tippett at Little Missenden Festival -- 40.27
    • Notes on “The Music to Macbeth” by Robert E. Moore -- 39.12
    • Notes on the Arts Council -- 39.10, 39.12
    • Notes on the Poetry Book Society -- 39.12, 41.5
    • Notes on the White and Chambers Families [for my Canadian nephews and nieces] -- 41.7
    • Notes on the Writing of “Legendary Man” -- 16.8
    • “November Saturday” [poem] -- 15.7, 17.1
    • “November Sunday” [poem] -- 16.1, 16.8
    • Nursery Rhymes for Sarah [poems] -- 16.8
    • “Observations, Anecdotes, and Characters of Books and Men: A Review” -- 8.3
    • “Oedipus Rex [by Stravinsky]” [contribution to International Encyclopedia of Opera] -- 8.6
    • “Oedipus Rex [by Stravinsky]” [review, 1949] -- 20.12
    • “Off the Road” [short story] -- 15.3-5
    • “On a Drowned Girl” [translation of poem by Bertolt Brecht] -- 17.2, 41.18
    • “On Climbing” [“Klettersport”] -- 7.3
    • “On the Death of a Whale 7 October 1973” [poem] -- 15.9, 17.2, 41.18
    • On the Hills above Settignano [poem] -- 40.3
    • Only Connect [poem] -- 39.26
    • “Opatrnostr!” [short story] --15.3-5
    • “Opening of the Royal Philharmonic Society’s 129th Season” -- 20.12
    • “Opera 1954” [for The Annual Register] -- 7.5
    • “Opera 1955” [for The Annual Register] -- 7.5, 39.10
    • “Opera 1956” [for The Annual Register] -- 7.5
    • “Opera 1957” [for The Annual Register] -- 7.5
    • “Opera 1958” [for The Annual Register] -- 8.1
    • “Opera 1959” [for The Annual Register] -- 8.1
    • “Opera 1960” [for The Annual Register] -- 8.1
    • “Opera 1961” [for The Annual Register] -- 8.1
    • “Opera 1962” [for The Annual Register] -- 8.1
    • “Opera and Ballet, 1947” [for The Annual Register] -- 7.4
    • “Opera and Ballet, 1948” [for The Annual Register] -- 7.4
    • [“Opera and Ballet, 1949”] [report on Salzburger Festspiele] [for The Annual Register] -- 7.4
    • “Opera and Ballet, 1950” [for The Annual Register] -- 7.4
    • “Opera and Ballet, 1951” [for The Annual Register] -- 7.4, 38.7, 39.1
    • “Opera and Ballet, 1952” [for The Annual Register] -- 7.4
    • “Opera and Ballet, 1953” [for The Annual Register] -- 7.4, 39.6
    • “Opera at Covent Garden and Elsewhere” -- 7.4
    • “Opera Companies and Singers” -- 7.4
    • “Opera in Britain Today: Introductory Survey” [lecture at Morley College, 1955] -- 12.5
    • Opera in England: Notes for a Lecture at Ashridge -- 38.7
    • “Opera in English and English Opera: Great Britain” -- 7.3
    • “Opera in War-Time England” -- 7.3, gf
    • “An Opera of the Sea” -- 7.4, 38.9
    • “The Opera-Goer’s Bookshelf” -- 7.5
    • “The Operas of Benjamin Britten” [for the British Council] -- 5.2, 8.4
    • “The Operas of Benjamin Britten” [Central Office of Information] -- 7.4, 38.7
    • The Operas of Michael Tippett [outline for Tippett book] -- 27.2
    • “Opposite the Chariot” [poem] -- see “The Gate”
    • Oread [music] -- 61
    • “Original Sound” [Homage to Stravinsky concert, 1972] -- 8.4
    • “Orpheus and Eurydice” -- 20.12
    • “Orpheus in Whitechapel” -- 20.12
    • “Orphic Palindrome: for Igor Stravinsky on His 75th Birthday” [poem] -- 16.1, 16.8, 17.5
    • Outline of a Novel [titled “Tare”] to be Written by Eric Walter White -- 20.12
    • “Over my head the ceiling sky…” [poem] -- 16.8, gf
    • “Owen Wingrave” [Music and Musicians, 1971] -- 5.1, 8.4, 41.12
    • “Owen Wingrave” [broadcast, Music Magazine, 1971] -- 5.1, 8.4
    • “Oxford” [contribution to International Encyclopedia of Opera] -- 8.6
    • P. C. Poem for J. Betjeman [poem] -- 39.26
    • Palmer Suite [music] -- 60
    • Parnassus to Let -- 7.1
    • “Parsifal: A Tarotic Poem” [poem] -- 15.9,16.8, 39.23, 49.9
    • “Passacaglia from Peter Grimes” [program note, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, 1961] -- 8.1, 40.1
    • The Passionate Shepherd to His Love [music] -- 61
    • “Pastoral (after Tebaldeo)” [poem] -- 16.8, 38.6-7, 49.7
    • “Pastorale [by Stravinsky]” [program note, Aldeburgh Festival, 1977] -- 8.6
    • Patronage for Poets -- 40.23
    • “Peppin” [poem] -- 17.1
    • Pears and Britten at Minterne -- 41.1
    • Performing edition of The Wooing of Nan by Christopher Marlowe -- 7.2
    • “Pergolesi Suite” [music, from Harlekin] -- 62
    • “Persephone” [program note for Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society concert, 1967] -- 8.1
    • “Perseus at the Arts Theatre Club” -- 20.12
    • A Personal Anthology [lecture] -- 40.15
    • “A Personal Anthology” [poetry recital at the Stratford-Upon-Avon Poetry Festival, 1974] -- 42.3
    • Petals [poem] -- see “Canonbury Gloss”
    • “Peter Grimes” [British Council, 1946] -- 7.4
    • “Peter Grimes” [liner note, 1978] -- 8.6-7
    • “Peter Grimes” [Penguin New Writing no. 26, 1945] -- 7.4, 38.2, gf
    • “Peter Grimes: Synopsis” [liner note, 1978] -- 8.6 , 30.1 (on verso of meeting minutes)
    • “Petite Messe Solennelle” [program note, Aldeburgh Festival, 1959] -- 8.1, 20.12
    • “Petrified Lovers” [poem] -- 16.1, 16.8, 17.5
    • “Petrushka [by Stravinsky]” [program note, Holland Festival, 1950] -- 20.12
    • [Petrushka by Stravinsky] -- 39.6
    • Petrushka [footnote] -- 40.1
    • A Pick-Me-Up Tango [music] -- 60
    • “A Picture History of Opera” -- 20.12
    • “The Place of Incidental Music in Drama” [lecture] -- 7.3
    • “Poem to Accompany the Presentation of a Piece of Punic Pottery to Peter Porter” [poem] -- 17.2, 18.2
    • “Poems 1951: The Prize-Winning Entries for the Festival of Britain Competition: About this Book” -- 38.6
    • Poems: After The Room -- 15.7
    • Poems by W. H. Auden, Geroge Barker, Jack Clemo, Harry Fainlight, David Jones, Richard Murphy, Norman Nicholson, Brian Patten, Tom Pickard, Edgell Rickword, Vernon Watkins, Sheila Wingfield [editor, for the Poetry Book Society] -- 17.7
    • “Poet Gardener” [poem] -- 16.8
    • The Poet Speaks [unused interview notes] -- 17.5
    • “Poetic Drama and the Opera” [lecture] -- 7.4, 39.4
    • Poetry Book Society Annual Report -- 39.20
    • Poetry Book Society: Publicity -- 39.16
    • Poetry Book Society Poetry Supplement 1966 -- 40.18
    • Poetry Book Society: The First Twenty-Five Years -- 17.4-8, gf
    • Poetry Festival 1963 -- 40.3, 40.6; see also Festival of Poetry
    • Poetry in the Making -- 40.24
    • Poetry is the house of God… [poem] -- see “The Burning Rod”
    • Poetry Notes [for Arts Council Annual Report] -- 40.6
    • “The Poetry of H. D.” [broadcast] -- 14.1
    • Poets, Readers, and Listeners -- 39.18
    • “Pollards Opera” -- 20.12
    • “Poor B. B. [Bertolt Brecht] (1898-1956)” [poem] -- 16.3, 16.8, 17.5, 39.11-12
    • “Poor Relations to Opera” [lecture, University of London Summer School in Art, Literature, and Music in England in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, 1954] -- 21.3, 39.8
    • “Portrait of a Composer: For Michael Tippett’s 60th Birthday” -- 8.1, 26.7, 40.10, gf; see also “Michael Tippett: Man and Musician”
    • “Portrait of a Visitor” [poem] -- 16.1, 16.8, 17.2 , gf
    • “The Power of the Spade” -- see Review of Digging for a New England
    • “Prayer” [poem] -- 17.1
    • “The Prince of the Pagodas” -- 7.5
    • A Prize Scheme -- 41.16
    • The Problem of Artistic Freedom and Public Accountability -- 41.11
    • The Problem of Amateur Participation -- 40.27
    • Programme Notes on Stravinsky’s Agon, Symphony in Three Movements, Apollo Musagetes, and The Firebird [BBC Symphony Orchestra Concert, 1958] -- 8.1
    • Programme Notes on Stravinsky’s The Firebird, Petrushka, Russian Songs, and The Soldier’s Tale [English Bach Festival, 1971] -- 8.4
    • Programme Notes on Stravinsky’s Petrushka, Three Pieces for Clarinet Solo, Mavra, Octet, and The Owl and the Pussy-Cat [English Bach Festival, 1972] -- 8.4
    • Programme Notes on Stravinsky’s Symphony in C, Symphony of Psalms, and Pulcinella [BBC, 1956] -- 7.5, 39.12
    • Programme Notes on Stravinsky’s Symphony in Three Movements [Royal Ballet, Covent Garden, 1969] -- 8.3
    • Programme Notes on Stravinsky’s The Symphony of Psalms, The Symphony in Three Movements, Circus Polka, and Mass [Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society] -- 8.6
    • “The Progress of Friendship” -- 33.6
    • Prologue to a Karanghiosi Comedy (translation of A Comedy from the Greek Shadow Theatre by Antonios Mollas) -- 38.5
    • “The Prompter and the Prompted” [short story] -- 15.3-5
    • Proposal for West of England Poetry Anthology -- 39.12
    • Public Lending Right -- 40.17-18
    • Public Patronage of the Arts -- 40.18
    • Public Performance of Copyright Poetry -- 40.10
    • “Public Support for Poetry” -- 8.1, 40.17
    • “Pulcinella [by Stravinsky]” [liner note] -- 20.12, 39.8
    • “Pulcinella [by Stravinsky]” [program note, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra] -- 8.1
    • “Puppet Show” [poem] -- 17.1
    • Purcell and His Operas -- 39.15
    • “Purcell’s Dramatic Music” -- 8.1, 39.17
    • Pygmalion [music] -- 61
    • “Quatrain for a Christmas Card” [poem] -- 16.8
    • “Quatrefoil: An Extravagant Variation in One Act and an Interlude” -- 33.7
    • “Le Quattro Stagioni” [program note, Aldeburgh Festival, 1957] -- 20.12
    • “Quelques Rencontres avec David Jones” [paper presented at Rencontres Poetiques du Mont St Michel, 1975] -- 8.6, 33.4, 51.5
    • “R. L. S.” [Robert Louis Stevenson] -- 7.3
    • “The Rake’s Progress [by Stravinsky]” [contribution to International Encyclopedia of Opera] -- 8.6
    • “The Rake’s Progress [by Stravinsky]” [program note, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, 1979] -- 8.6
    • “The Rake’s Progress [by Stravinsky]: Pre-act Narration for Broadcasting” -- 7.4
    • “The Rake’s Progress [by Stravinsky]” [Tempo, 1951] -- 7.4, 38.6
    • “The Rake’s Progress [by Stravinsky]: Stravinsky and the Theatre,” [Bexhill, 7 May 1977] -- 24.6
    • “The Rape of Lucretia” [broadcast] -- 8.1, 39.19
    • Reader’s report on Gespräche Uber Musik by Wilhelm Furtwängler -- 20.12
    • Reader’s report on Henry Purcell and the Restoration Theatre by Robert Etheridge Moore -- 20.12, 39.22
    • Reader’s report on Igor Stravinsky and his Family by Xenia Stravinskaya -- 22.1
    • Reader’s report on The Mighty Five by Victor Seroff -- 3.2, 20.12
    • Reader’s report on Musick…by Intervals Design’d: Restoration Theatre Tunes by Curtis A. Price -- 50.8
    • Reader’s report on Stravinsky (Master Musician) by Francis Routh -- 21.9
    • “Realist Reels: A Note on Documentary Film” -- 20.12
    • Regional Arts Associations -- 40.13
    • Regions and the Arts -- 40.16
    • A Register of First Performances of English Operas from the 16th Century to 1980 -- 11.5-6, 12.1, 45.8
    • “The Rehearsal of an Opera” -- 8.1, 18.4, 37.3
    • Une Réjouissance for Piano [music by Gioacchino Rossini, edited by White] -- 37.3-4, 40.17, 61
    • “Reminiscences of H. D.” -- 8.1, 14.1, 18. 2; see also The Chain, in folder 8.6)
    • Repertory Theatre -- 39.20
    • “Rencontres Poetiques du Mont St Michel” -- 33.4, 41.20
    • Report on the Cheltenham Festival of Literature -- 39.7
    • Report on a Lecture Tour of Canada, organized by the British Council 24 February to 8 March 1974 -- 47.1
    • Report on “Poetry at the Mermaid” -- 39.26
    • Report on a Study Tour in Hungary, 10-22 May 1976 -- 47.4
    • A Residential Summer School of Poetry -- 39.18, 39.20
    • Return to Scilly [poem] -- 41.15
    • The Revenge: Notes on Chatterton’s Manuscript -- 38.9
    • “Review of Acting for All by Robert G. Newton” -- 20.12
    • Review of Autobiography by Eric Gill -- 20.12
    • Review of The Ballad in Music by Sydney Northcots -- 20.12
    • Review of Beethoven’s Pianoforte Sonatas Discussed by Eric Blom -- 20.12
    • Review of Berlioz in London by A. W. Ganz -- 20.12, 38.5
    • Review of Between the Acts by Virginia Woolf -- 20.12
    • Review of Brahms: His Life and Work by Karl Geiringer and Chronicle of My Life by Igor Stravinsky -- 20.12, 39.23
    • Review of David Ffrangcon-Davies: His Life and Book by Marjorie Ffrangcon-Davies -- 20.12
    • Review of Debussy by Edward Locspeiser, Jean Sibelius: His Life and Personality by Karl Ekman, and Delius as I Knew Him by Eric Fenby -- 20.12
    • Review of Digging for a New England by John Holroyd -- 20.12
    • Review of Doctor Arne by Hubert Langley -- 20.
    • Review of East Coker by T. S. Eliot -- 20.12
    • Review of English Theatre Music in the Eighteenth Century by Roger Fiske and Songs from the Williamsburg Theatre by John W. Molner -- 8.6, 41.17
    • Review of Essays in Musical Analysis: Volume VI, Miscellaneous Notes, Glossary and Index by Donald Francis Tovey -- 20.12
    • Review of Film Music by Kurt London -- 20.12
    • Review of The Fortunes of Falstaff by John Dover Wilson -- 20.12
    • Review of Gluck by Martin Cooper and Manuel de Falla and the Spanish Music by J. B. Trend -- 20.12
    • Review of Gustav Holst: A Biography by Imogen Holst -- 38.5
    • Review of The Heritage of Symbolism by C. M. Bowra -- 20.12
    • Review of A History of Music in England by Ernest Walker -- 20.12, 39.1
    • Review of Introduction to the Music of Stravinsky by Rollo H. Myers and Stravinsky by Frank Onnen -- 20.12
    • Review of John Socman by George Lloyd -- 38.6
    • Review of A Key to Opera by Frank Howes and Philip Hope-Wallace -- 20.12
    • Review of Letters to Malaya by Martyn Skinner -- 20.12
    • Review of Little Gidding by T. S. Eliot -- 20.12
    • Review of Memories and Commentaries by Igor Stravinsky and Robert Craft -- 20.12
    • Review of The Message of Igor Stravinsky by Theodore Stravinsky -- 20.12, 39.6
    • Review of The Mighty Five by Victor I. Seroff -- 3.2
    • Review of Music and Criticism: A Symposium edited by Richard F. French -- 20.12
    • Review of The Music of Gustav Holst by Imogen Holst -- 20.12
    • Review of Observations, Anecdotes, and Characters of Books and Men by Joseph Spence, edited by James M. Osborn -- 40.25
    • Review of Opera by Edward J. Dent -- 20.12, 39.11
    • Review of Orpheus Opera Libretto by Ranieri de’ Calzabigi -- 20.12
    • Review of A Penny for the Poor by Bertolt Brecht -- 20.12
    • Review of A Picture History of Opera by Philip Hope-Wallace -- 20.12
    • Review of Shakespeare: New Views for Old by Roderick L. Eagle and Evidence Connecting Sir Francis Bacon with Shakespeare by Howard Bridgewater -- 20.12
    • Review of Stay Me with Flagons by Maurice Healy -- 20.12
    • Review of Style and Idea by Arnold Schoenberg -- 20.12
    • Review of Toscanini and Great Music by Lawrence Gilman -- 20.12
    • Review of Der Verschwender by Ferdinand Raimund -- 38.4
    • Review of Vienna’s Golden Years of Music by Eduard Hanslick, Cesar Franck by Léon Vallas, and Old Friends and New Music by Nicolas Nabukov -- 20.12
    • Review of Village Theatre by Mary Kelly -- 20.12
    • “Richard Church: Obituary” [letter to the editor] -- 8.4
    • “Rigour” [poem] -- 15.7, 16.8, 49.9, gf
    • The Rise of English Opera -- 3.3, 20.13-14, 21.1-4, 38.5, 38.8, 41.7, 44.6
    • “The Rise of the Cinema in Soviet Russia” [lecture, Bristol Theosophical Society, 1932] -- 7.1
    • “The Rite of Spring [by Stravinsky]” -- 7.5, 39.12
    • “The Rite of Spring [by Stravinsky]” [Program note, Aldeburgh Festival, 1974] -- 8.6
    • “Robert Gathorne-Hardy: A Trivial Fond Tribute” -- 8.4-5
    • “Roger Fry: First Retrospective Exhibition” -- 20.12
    • “The Room” [poem] -- 17.1
    • The Room and Other Poems, 1921-1926 -- 18.2, 21.5
    • Rossini: Petite Messe Solemnelle -- 39.18
    • “The Royal Ballet, Covent Garden: Historical Notes on The Rite of Spring, Apollo, Persephone, Scènes de Ballet” -- 8.3
    • “The Royal Opera, Covent Garden: The Midsummer Marriage” -- 8.3
    • “Rudas” [poem] -- 17.2, 41.21
    • Rule by Consent -- 41.22
    • “The Russia of Today” -- 7.3
    • “The Russian Stravinsky” -- 8.6
    • “Russia’s Broad Bushy Beards” -- 7.3
    • The Sacred Music Society in The Conversion of St. Paul and The Prisoner Paul [St. Saviour’s Church, Eastbourne, 14 November 1970] -- 41.12
    • Sahara [music] -- 61
    • Sailor of Scilly [poem] -- 41.16
    • “Sand” [poem] -- 16.8
    • “Sans Souci, 1928” [poem] -- 17.2, 18.2, 41.5
    • “Sarah from Her Father” [poem] -- 16.8
    • Sassoon’s 80th Birthday -- 40.18
    • “The Scar” [poem] -- 39.12
    • “Scilly: The Western Isles” [translation of the poem by Michel Velmans] -- 17.2
    • The Seat of Virtue [music] -- 61
    • Le Serment [music] -- 60
    • “Shakespeare and Bacon: Two Reviews” -- see Review of Shakespeare: New Views for Old…
    • “Shakespeare and Music” [contribution to Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians] -- 8.6, 50.8
    • “Shakespeare in Music: A Review” -- 8.1, 40.10
    • “Shadow Puppets: A Review” -- 8.1
    • Short Stories [Postscript] -- 8.3, 40.25
    • “Signet: A Cross-word Poem” [poem] -- 15.9,16.8
    • “The Silhouette Films of Lotte Reiniger” [exhibition placard]- 7.3, 19.10, 55
    • “The Sleeper Awakened” [poem] -- 15.7, 17.1
    • “Snatched from the Burning” [poem] -- 16.8
    • “Snow” [poem] -- 16.7
    • “The Soldier’s Tale [by Stravinsky]” [liner note] -- 8.6-7
    • “The Soldier’s Tale” [letter to the editor, 1950] -- 20.12
    • “Soliloquy in Wartime” [poem] -- 16.8
    • Some British Composers Today -- 41.6-7
    • Some British Poets Today -- 41.6-7
    • “Some Physical Attributes of Music” -- 7.3
    • Some Thoughts on Subsidy for the Arts -- 47.2
    • Sonatina in F [music] -- 61
    • A Song of CEMA [music] -- 60
    • “The Song Cycles of Benjamin Britten” [lecture, Institute of Contemporary Arts, 1951] -- 5.5
    • “The Song of Mandalay” [translation of poem by Bertolt Brecht] -- 16.8
    • Song of Welcome to the Infanta [music] -- 61
    • Song Without Words [music] -- 60
    • “The Songs of Benjamin Britten” -- 8.1
    • “Songs of the Peoples of the U.S.S.R.” -- 7.3
    • Sonnet I -- see “The Mask”
    • Sonnet II -- see “In Exile”
    • Sonnet III -- see “Speak Not to Me of Parting…”
    • Sonnetino I -- see “God Who Art Sexless…”
    • Sonnetino II -- see “The Sleeper Awakened”
    • [Sonnet to a Packet of 20 Goldflakes] -- 49.9
    • “Sonnet Written in the Italian Alps” -- 33.7
    • “Soviet Jottings” -- 7.3
    • “Speak Not to Me of Parting…” [poem] -- 15.7, 17.1
    • Speech at the Poetry Society Lunch -- 40.10
    • “Spring, 1928” [poem] -- 15.7, 17.1, 34.1
    • “Spring Symphony by Benjamin Britten” [program note, B. B. C. Symphony Orchestra, 1952] -- 20.12, 39.1
    • Springtime [poem] -- see “Canonbury Gloss”
    • The State and the Arts -- 39.16
    • A Stiff Piece for Pat in One Sharp [music] -- 61
    • “Stone Crumbles” [poem] -- 16.8, gf
    • “The Stranger” [poem] -- 16.8, gf
    • Stratford-Upon-Avon Festival of Poetry -- 39.20, 39.22, 40.2, 40.4-5, 40.9, 42.3
    • “Stravinsky” [Enciclopedia della Musica] -- 8.3, 41.5, 41.7, 41.9-10
    • “Stravinsky” [Encyclopedia of Music and Musicians] -- 8.3, 40.23
    • “Stravinsky” [contribution to European Music in the 20th Century] -- 2.2, 7.5, 39.10, 52.3
    • “Stravinsky” [contribution to Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians] -- 3.4, 8.6
    • “Stravinsky” [contribution to History of Music] -- 8.3, 41.13
    • “Stravinsky” [contribution to International Encyclopedia of Opera] -- 8.6
    • Stravinsky [lecture, Bristol Arts Centre, 1967] -- 40.25
    • “Stravinsky” [lecture, Dartington Hall, 1957; includes “Orphic Palindrome”] -- 7.5, 39.13
    • Stravinsky [translation of the work by Robert Siohan] -- 18.2, 39.19
    • Stravinsky, 2nd edition [additional material and preface] -- 22.1
    • Stravinsky: A Critical Survey -- 22.8, 38.2
    • “Stravinsky: An Obituary Notice” -- 7.4, 38.9
    • “Stravinsky and Debussy” -- 8.1, 40.1
    • “Stravinsky and Italy” -- 8.4
    • “Stravinsky and the Concertante Style” -- 7.5, 39.12, 44.5
    • Stravinsky: Prospectus and Retrospectus [talk at the opening of the Stravinsky Festival, Royal Festival Hall, 5 Oct. 1979] -- 22.1
    • “Stravinsky and The Rite of Spring”[broadcast] -- 20.12, 41.2
    • Stravinsky and the Series -- 40.19-20
    • “Stravinsky as a Writer” -- 7.4, 38.1
    • “Stravinsky as Seen by Some of His Friends and Associates” -- 8.3, 22.9
    • Stravinsky at Princeton -- 40.19
    • Stravinsky Concert -- 8.2
    • “A Stravinsky Family Album” -- 8.4
    • “Stravinsky in Interview” -- 8.4, gf
    • “Stravinsky: Latterday Symphonist” -- 7.4
    • [Stravinsky lecture at Queen Mary Hall, Y.W.L.A.] -- 3.2
    • “Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex” -- 7.5
    • “Stravinsky on Beethoven” -- 7.5
    • “Stravinsky the Borrower” [broadcast] -- 8.6, 22.12
    • Stravinsky: The Composer and His Works -- 21.9, 22.1, 23.1-24.5, 40.1-10, 40.14, 41.5, 41.24, 45.5, 52.1
    • Stravinsky: The Composer and His Works [outline for proposed book, titled Igor Stravinsky: Composer of the 20th century] -- 39.16
    • Stravinsky: The Composer and His Works [preface to second edition, 1979] -- 8.6
    • “Stravinsky: The Last Twenty Years” -- 8.4
    • “Stravinsky’s Early Years” [broadcast] -- 8.4, 41.13
    • Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite [program note] -- 20.12
    • “Stravinsky’s Les Noces” [program note, Morley College, 1947] -- 20.12
    • “Stravinsky’s Mass” [program note, English Bach Festival, 1973] -- 8.4
    • Stravinsky’s Music for Ballet -- 41.22
    • Stravinsky’s Piano Sonata and Piano Scherzo [editor’s note] -- 8.4
    • “Stravinsky’s Russian Nonsense Songs [Pribaoutki]” [broadcast] -- 8.4- 5, 41.13
    • Stravinsky’s Sacrifice to Apollo -- 18.1
    • Stravinsky’s Symphony in C [program note, 1945] -- 20.12
    • [Stravinsky’s The Symphony in Three Movements] [essay] -- 3.3, 20.12
    • Structures of Broadcasting [Arts Council report] -- 41.1
    • Student and Amateur Operatic Production -- see “Students and Amateurs 1945-1954”
    • “Students and Amateurs 1945-1954” -- 7.5, 39.8
    • Study of My Left Hand [pen and ink drawing] -- 34.1
    • “Subtraction: A Half Sonnet” [poem] -- 16.8
    • “Subvention of British Opera” -- 20.12
    • Suite in F [music] -- 61
    • Suite for flute, violin, and piano [music] -- 60
    • “Sunstroke” [poem] -- 16.8
    • “Svadebka: Les Noces [by Stravinsky]” [program note, English Bach Festival Trust, 1977] -- 8.6
    • “Svadebka: Les Noces [by Stravinsky]” [program note, Royal Philharmonic Society, 1979] -- 8.6
    • “Swan Song” [music manuscript] -- 34.2
    • Swiss Confederation [poem] -- 38.4
    • T. S. Eliot: A Brief Biography [contribution to Chambers’s Encyclopedia] -- 20.12
    • Talk with Boris Blacher: Back to Barter! -- 40.16
    • “A Tarot Deal” [poem] -- 16.8, 39.26
    • A Tarot Deal [collection of poems] -- 17.1, 18. 3, 24.7
    • “Tchaikovsky and Stravinsky Piano Sonatas” [liner note] -- 8.6
    • “Ted Hughes” [biographical sketch] -- 36.1
    • “Ted Hughes” [sketch of works] -- 43.1
    • Ted Hughes Manuscripts -- 41.22
    • Theatre Research and Opera [re. Edward Dent editorial] -- 20.12, 39.1
    • “There is no virtue in this finger…” [poem] -- 15.9
    • “There Shall Be No Night [by Robert E. Sherwood]” [review] -- 20.12
    • “The Thirty-Ninth Rose: In Memoriam Edith Dorothy White (Dodo)” -- 16.6, 17.2, 41.20, 41.22
    • “This Way to the Tomb! [by Ronald Duncan, with music by Britten]” -- 20.12
    • “Thomas Moore” [contribution to International Encyclopedia of Opera] -- 1.3, 8.6
    • “Three Birds” [poem] -- 17.2, 40.26, 49.2
    • “Three Composers” -- see Review of Debussy by Edward Lockspeiser…
    • “Three English Operas Recorded” -- 8.4-5
    • “Three Half Sonnets” [poems] -- 15.7, 17.1
    • “Three Lyrics” [poems] -- 16.1
    • “Three Pieces for String Quartet [by Stravinsky” [program note, London Sinfonietta] -- 8.6
    • Three Songs From Cyprus: I. Andante con moto, II. Allegretto, and III. Adagio [music] -- 60
    • The Three Sisters of Landermere [play] -- 24.8, 38.6
    • “Three Works by Stravinsky” [broadcast] -- 8.4-5
    • “A Threefold Declaration of Love” -- 33.8
    • “The Thunderous Sea” [juvenilia poem] -- 17.2
    • “The Tiger” [poem] -- 16.8
    • The Tiger and the Seal [poem] -- 38.2
    • “The Tiger in the Wood” [poem] -- 16.8
    • Tippett and His Operas -- 27.2-5, 41.24
    • “Tippett on Troy” -- 8.1, 25.3, 40.2
    • To a Friend, with a Piece of Punic Pottery -- see “Poem to Accompany the Presentation of a Piece…”
    • “To a Young Poet” [poem] -- 16.8
    • To Brian from 12,000 feet [poem] -- 40.23, 49.1
    • To Commemorate the Hawker Centenary (1975) -- 14.3, 41.26
    • To Denis [poem] -- 40.5, 41.11
    • “To Dodo on this Christmas Day I bring…” [poem] -- 16.8
    • “To Douglas Cleverdon on His 60th Birthday” [poem] -- 17.2
    • To E. E. [Ede] [poem] -- 40.16
    • “To Norman Caney” [poem] -- 16.8, 17.2 , 41.5
    • To Sharlie [Richmond] [re. The Screwtape Letters by C. S. Lewis] -- 40.5
    • “To Signora Rosa Abbiate” -- 33.7
    • To Wole La Rose [poem] -- 41.16
    • A Touch of Caliban (to Michael Tippett) -- 28.6, 40.14
    • Touring Theatres -- 39.18
    • “The Tower” [poem] -- see “Babel”
    • “The Tower” [poem] -- see “The Watch Tower”
    • Toy Suite [music] -- 61
    • “The Travelling Companion [by Charles Stanford]: A Review” -- 8.1, 39.26
    • “Tread Softly Out…” [poem] -- 17.1
    • Treasure Hunt -- see The Chase of Hissler the Spy
    • Treasure Trove [poem] -- 41.1
    • Trends in the Arts -- 39.23
    • Tresco Treasure Hunt [with Sarah White] -- 18.1, gf
    • “Tribute to H. D. (on Her 75th Birthday)” [poem] -- 16.1, 16.8, 17.2, 17.5, 18. 2, 39.22
    • “Tribute to John Antes” - 8.1, 14.1, 14.5-14.8, 15.1, 39.26, 40.1, gf
    • “Tribute to Netlam Bigg” [for Stroud Festival program, 1971] -- 8.4, 41.12-13
    • “The True Story of the Laidley Worm” [poem] -- 16.8
    • “Two Centuries of Opera at Covent Garden” -- 8.1
    • “Two Early Works by Stravinsky: The Piano Scherzo (1902) and the Piano Sonata (1903-4)” [editor’s note] -- 24.6
    • “Two Eighteenth-century Compsers of Opera” -- 44.5
    • “Two Glimpses of Sidney Nolan: In Cork Street and Deodar Road” -- 8.6
    • Two Meditations [music] -- 61
    • Two Poems of Balmont [by Stravinsky] -- 40.1
    • “Two Poems from the German of Bertolt Brecht” [translation of poems by Brecht] -- 17.2
    • “Two Recollections [Edgell Rickword]” -- 8.6
    • Two Songs & an Encore [music] -- 61
    • “Two Stravinsky Books” [review] -- see Review of Introduction to the Music of Stravinsky…
    • “Uncle Harry” [review] -- 20.12
    • Universities Poetry -- 39.13
    • University Theatres -- 39.19
    • [Unsigned music manuscripts in the hand of White: Aubade, Cameo, Hymn to the Sun, Oedipus: Shepherd’s Song] -- 60
    • [Untitled music Adagio, un poco pesante “I’m a one-man woman…”] -- 60
    • [Untitled music Allegro “Cat-on-the-tile-man, toad-in-the-hole…”] -- 60
    • [Untitled music Grave] -- 60
    • [Untitled music Tempo di Marcia] -- 60
    • [Untitled music Un poco vivace] -- 60
    • [Untitled music Un poco vivace (quasi perpetuum mobile)] -- 60
    • [Untitled program note re. Michael Tippett and his works, Aldeburgh Festival, 1975] -- 25.5
    • [Untitled poem “A clear voice that has come from beyond the womb…] -- 41.17
    • [Untitled poem about Venice] -- 39.7
    • [Untitled poem “Ali Baba said…”] -- 40.4
    • [Untitled poem “All over England lights are out…”] -- 41.12
    • [Untitled poem “And when the winter came…”] -- 41.12
    • [Untitled poem “Autumn has wigged the bushes with spiders’ webs…”] -- 34.2
    • [Untitled poem “Broken shards are buried…”] -- 38.3
    • [Untitled poem “Burnt out Rimbaud…”] -- 40.26
    • [Untitled poem “By the willful use of economy…”] -- 41.10
    • [Untitled poem “The flower is you…”] -- 39.10
    • [Untitled poem “From Bredon Hill I see…”] -- 40.25
    • [Untitled poem “I am searching for you, my beloved…”] -- 33.7
    • [Untitled poem “I feel the grass beneath my feet…”] -- 41.5
    • [Untitled poem “I shall remember those wonderful Landermere boys…”] -- 39.6
    • [Untitled poem “I write this poem because I want to remember…”] -- 34.1
    • [Untitled poem “Let us honour, if we can…”] -- 39.1
    • [Untitled poem “New building…/The stone thrown…”] -- 40.2
    • [Untitled poem “Peace to the house with the well loved name…”] -- 41.15
    • [Untitled poem “The penetration of the assuaging steel…”] -- 39.8
    • [Untitled poem “The pool surface becomes a fissure…”] -- 40.18, 40.20
    • [Untitled poem “The retina round table…”] -- 39.1
    • [Untitled poem “The silent scream…”] -- 40.7
    • [Untitled poem “A terrible night at sea it was…”] -- 41.17
    • [Untitled poem “That arid square…”] -- 40.6
    • [Untitled poem “There is a wondrous glory in the moon to-night…”] -- 33.8
    • [Untitled poem “There is no virtue in this finger…”] -- 20.4
    • [Untitled poem to William Emrys Williams] -- 39.10
    • [Untitled poem “Walking along Picadilly…”] -- 41.17
    • [Untitled poem “The word read but unheard…”] -- 39.7
    • [Untitled poem “The world becomes obscurer, not my sight…”] -- 41.16
    • [Untitled poem “The world wears white…”] -- 40.5
    • [Untitled poem “To move through a world of perspective…”] -- 41.9
    • [Untitled poem “You & I look over the wooden fence…”] -- 34.2
    • [Untitled poem “When the low fields were noisy…”] -- 33.8
    • [Untitled poem “Where we two are strolling now…”] -- 39.19
    • “The Usual Banditti: A Note on The Castle of Andalusia” [“Bandits as Banditti”] -- 2.2, 7.4, 38.7
    • Valentine Ackland’s Books of Poetry -- 41.11
    • “The Valois Tapestries [by Frances A. Yates]: A Review” -- 8.1
    • Variation on a Mediterranean Theme -- see Cyprus of Copper
    • “Venus” [poem] -- 16.8, gf
    • Venus Anadayomene [poem] -- 39.12
    • Venus and Adonis: John Blow -- 39.11
    • Venus of Laussel [poem] -- 15.7, 49.9
    • Venus Soliloquizes [poem] -- 15.7
    • “Verdi and Shakespeare” -- 7.3
    • Verse and Voice -- 40.18
    • “Verse, Prose & Voice: A Note On Some English Opera Librettos of the 20th Century,” [talk at 1977 Aldeburgh Festival] -- 5.2, 41.20
    • “The Village Churchyard“ [poem] -- 17.1, 49.9
    • “Virgil Thomson: A Review” -- 8.3, 40.23
    • Virginia Woolf: A Brief Biography [contribution to Chambers’s Encyclopedia] -- 20.12, 52.2
    • “Virginia Woolf’s Last Novel” -- see Review of Between the Acts
    • Visit to Bath [Arts Council report] -- 41.1
    • “Visit to Hungary, May 1976” -- 8.6, 47.4
    • “Visit to Latin America 29th March – 14th May 1967” -- 47.5
    • Visit to Siegfried Sassoon -- 40.16
    • Vivace [music] -- 60
    • “Vlad’s Stravinsky: A Review” -- 8.1
    • “Voice and Verse” [broadcast] -- 39.16
    • “The Voyage Begins” [poem] --17.1
    • “Voyages with Britten” -- gf
    • Vulcan’s Return [poem] -- 15.7
    • [Kurt] Weill [music] -- 60
    • “W. H. Auden” [lecture] -- 41.16
    • “W. H. Auden” [program note for 1973 Ilkley Literature Festival] -- 8.4
    • Waiting No More (In Memoriam T. H.) [poem] -- 15.7
    • Walking Shadows: An Essay on Lotte Reiniger’s Silhouette Films -- 18.1, gf
    • “Walton at the Waldorf” -- see “Walton in Search of a Theme and a Librettist for New One-Acter”
    • “Walton in Search of a Theme and a Librettist for New One-Acter” -- 8.6
    • Wander Birds [short story] --15.3-5, 28.13
    • “The Wanderer [by Frederick Ashton]” -- 20.12
    • “The War and the Setting Up of the Arts Council of Great Britain” [lecture notes] -- 46.5
    • “The Warm Brother” [short story] --15.5, gf
    • “The Watch Tower” [poem] -- 16.3, 16.8, gf
    • The Watch Tower and Other Lyrics -- 28.14, gf
    • Westminster Abbey 4 Jan. 1967 [poem] -- 40.20
    • Who Pays for the Arts and Why? -- 40.20
    • “William Vincent Wallace” [contribution to International Encyclopedia of Opera] -- 1.3, 8.6
    • “William Walton” -- 7.3
    • Windsor Festival -- 41.12
    • “Winter Poems, Christmas 1921” -- 16.7
    • “Winter Scene” [poem] -- see “Cameo”
    • [Wo] Manx Cat [poem] -- 39.6
    • “The Woodcutter” -- 16.7; see also “Cameo”
    • “The Work of the ArtsCouncil” [lecture, University of Hull, 1963] -- 40.5
    • “Working Lads’ Own Theatre” -- 20.12
    • The World [poem] -- see “Legendary Man”
    • “World Puppetry” [exhibition opening talk] -- 39.17
    • “Wozzeck [by Alban Berg]” [broadcast and lecture] -- 39.12
  • White, Sarah S. [and Eric W. White]. Tresco Treasure Hunt -- 18.1, gf
  • Willatt, Hugh. Lilian Baylis [program note] -- 1.5
  • Williams, Adin. “The Three Old Men of Painswick” [poem] -- 17.3
  • Williams, Jonathan. “T. Ben Williams” -- 49.11
  • Wright, Kit
    • “The Council of the Gods” (from the collection The Bear Looked Over the Mountain) [poem] -- 42.3
    • “A Doll’s House” (from the collection The Bear Looked Over the Mountain) [poem] -- 42.3
    • “My Version” (from the collection The Bear Looked Over the Mountain) [poem] -- 42.3
    • “What Were You Going to Say?” (from the collection The Bear Looked Over the Mountain) [poem] -- 42.3
  • Zaslaw, Neal. “An Orpheus and Euridice of 1697” -- 12.2
  • Zeller, Wolfgang. Unidentified handwritten music -- 18.9
  • ______, Archie. “And on upon the don across the street…” -- 43.7
  • ______, Robin. “Black Slacks” -- 43.7