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Alan Walker fonds. First Accrual.

Series 1 Correspondence
Correspondence. -- 1956-1997. -- 1.5 m of textual records plus 13 photographs. Title based on contents of the series. Boxes 1-10, although alphabetically arranged, have been described and divided into categories such as correspondence to and from composers, conductors, pianists, etc.; boxes 11-12 are also arranged alphabetically but separately, and contain correspondence to and from journals, organizations, publishers, etc.

Boxes 1-12
(*) Entry in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians (ML 100. N48).

Composers
Sir Lennox Berkeley (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1964. (Box 1, F.16).
[The Berkeley file includes a 12 page holograph of Berkeley's chapter on the Nocturnes, Berceuse and Barcarolle in Frédéric Chopin: Profiles of the Man and the Musician, edited by Walker].
Lord Benjamin Britten (*). 3 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1971-2. (Box 1, F.28).
Dr. Geoffrey Bush (*). 7 letters to Walker [1 undated], 4 letters from Walker, 1967-75. (Box 1, F.33).

Aaron Copland (*). 4 letters to Walker : Includes 4 photographs, 1973. (Box 1, F.48).
Zsolt Durkó. 1 letter to Walker, 1978. (Box 2, F.13).
John Gardner (*). 10 letters to Walker, 15 letters from Walker, 1967-71. (Box 3, F.21).
George Hadjinikos. 7 letters to Walker, 5 letters from Walker, 1976-88. (Box 4, F.1).
Christopher Headington (*). 5 letters to Walker, 4 letters from Walker, 1968-87. (Box 4, F.6).
[Author of The Bodley Head History of Western Music].
Alun Hoddinott (*). 1 letter to Walker [undated], 4 letters from Walker, 1970-76. (Box 4, F.15).

Wilfred Josephs (*). 3 letters to Walker, 1986. (Box 4, F.34).
Kenneth Leighton (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1975. (Box 5, F.26).
Alfred Nieman. 5 letters to Walker, 7 letters from Walker, 1966-71. (Box 6, F.18).
Sir Andrzej Panufnik (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1970-91. (Box 7, F.1).
Alan Rawsthorne, C.B.E. (*). 4 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1965-66. (Box 7, F.19).
[The Rawsthorne file includes a 24 page holograph of Rawsthorne's chapter on the Ballades and the Scherzos in Frédéric Chopin: Profiles of the Man and the Musician, edited by Walker].

Franz Reizenstein (*). 2 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1965-74. (Box 7, F.20).
Francis Routh (*). 3 letters to Walker [1 undated], 1 letter from Walker, 1973-81. (Box 7, F.29).
Edmund Rubbra (*). 5 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1969-70. (Box 7, F.31).
Humphrey Searle CBE (*). 5 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1967-70. (Box 8, F.13).
[Author of The Music of Liszt].
Richard Stoker (*). 9 letters to Walker [1 undated], 11 letters from Walker, 1967-77. (Box 9, F.11).
Ralph Vaughan Williams, O.M. (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1956. (Box 10, F.2).
Sir William Walton, O.M. (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1967. (Box 10, F.12).
Graham Whettam (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1986. (Box 10, F.18).

Pianists
Paul Badura-Skoda, Austria/USA (*). 2 letters to Walker, 1964. (Box 1, F.10).
Joseph Banowetz, USA. 3 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1993-96. (Box 1, F.11).
Jorge Bolet, Cuba/USA(*). 2 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1983-85. (Box 1, F.21).
David Branson, England. 3 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1966-70. (Box 1, F.24).
[Author of John Field and Chopin (1972)].
Dorothea Braus, Germany/England. 1 letter to Walker, 1966. (Box 1, F.25).
Alfred Brendel, Austria/England (*). 5 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1993-96. (Box 1, F.27).
[Author of Musical Thoughts and Afterthoughts (1976) and Music Sounded Out (1990)].

France Clidat, France. 1 letter to Walker, 1991. (Box 1, F.41).
Maurice Cole, England. 1 letter to Walker, 1965. (Box 1, F.43).
Richard Contiguglia, USA. 2 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1979-86. (Box 1, F.45).
William Corbett-Jones, USA. 1 letter to Walker, 1996. (Box 1, F.50).
Donn-Alexander Feder, USA. 11 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1981-94. (Box 3, F.4).
Norma Fisher, England. 2 letters to Walker [1 undated], 1 letter from Walker, 1976. (Box 3, F.7).
Fou Tsong, China/England. 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1966. (Box 3, F.13).
Malcolm Frager, USA (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1979. (Box 3, F.14).
Alan Fraser, Canada/Serbia. 1 letter to Walker, 1997. (Box 3, F.16).

Eunice Gardiner, Australia. 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1974. (Box 3, F.20).
Kemal Gekiƒ, Yugoslavia. 9 letters to Walker, 5 letters from Walker, 1991-97. (Box 3, F.24).
Gila Goldstein, Israel/New York. 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1996. (Box 3, F.28).
Robin Harrison, England/Canada. 3 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1974-95. (Box 4, F.5).
Jay Hershberger, USA. 2 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1993-95. (Box 4, F.10).
Maurice Hinson, USA. 12 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1978-87. (Box 4, F.12).
Kent Holliday, USA. 1 letter to Walker, 1993. (Box 4, F.17).
Eric Hope, England. 1 letter to Walker, 1966. (Box 4, F.19).
Madeleine Hsu, USA. 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1992. (Box 4, F.22).
Gunnar Johansen, Denmark/USA (*). 7 letters to Walker, 6 letters from Walker, 1986-88. (Box 4, F.31).

Ilona Kabos, Hungary/England. 1 letter to Walker, 1966. (Box 5, F.1).
Louis Kentner CBE, Hungary/England (*). 27 letters to Walker, 15 letters from Walker, 1966-70. (Box 5, F.10a).
[The Kentner file includes 27 letters to Walker plus a 13 page holograph of part of Kentner's chapter on the solo piano music in Franz Liszt: the Man and his Music, edited by Walker].
Colin Kingsley, England. 3 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1969 [1 undated). (Box 5, F.10b).
Christina Kiss, USA. 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1996. (Box 5, F.11).
Kriszta Kovács, Hungary. 2 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1995-97. (Box 5, F.13).
Fernando Laires, Portugal/USA. 17 letters to Walker, 6 letters from Walker, 1978-92. (Box 5, F.17).
[President of the American Liszt Society].
István Lantos, Hungary. 1 letter to Walker, 1995. (Box 5, F.20).
[President of the Liszt Academy of Music].

Vladimir Leyetchkiss, Russia/USA. 8 letters to Walker, 4 letters from Walker, 1985-94. (Box 5, F.29).
Seymour Lipkin, USA. 4 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1989. (Box 5, F.31).
Louis Lortie, Canada. 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1992. (Box 5, F.34).
Jean Mackie, England. 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1965. (Box 6, F.2).
Cimbro Martin, England. 3 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1965. (Box 6, F.5).
Denis Matthews, England (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1969. (Box 6, F.6).
Steven Mayer, USA. 3 letters to Walker, 1988-93. (Box 6, F.7).
Judith Neslény, USA. 1 letter to Walker, 1993. (Box 6, F.16).
John Ogdon, England (*). 6 letters to Walker, 10 letters from Walker, 1966-69. (Box 6, F.21).

Antony Peebles, England. 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1975. (Box 7, F.7).
Alberto Portugheis, England. 2 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1996-97. (Box 7, F.13).
Thomas Rajna, Hungary/England (*). 5 letters to Walker, 4 letters from Walker, 1973-80. (Box 7, F.17).
Jerome Rose, USA. 1 letter to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1985-88. (Box 7, F.28).
Joan Rowland, USA. 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1992. (Box 7, F.30).
Arthur Rubinstein, USA (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1964. (Box 7, F.32).
Ann Schein, USA. 2 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1996. (Box 8, F.5).
Boaz Sharon, Israel/USA. 5 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1987-93. (Box 8, F.16).
Russell Sherman, USA. 5 letters to Walker [2 undated], 1 letter from Walker, 1990-94. (Box 8, F.18).
Jeffrey Siegel, USA. 16 letters to Walker, 4 letters from Walker, 1975-96. (Box 8, F.21).
Béla Siki, Hungary/USA (*). 3 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1966. (Box 8, F.22).
Robert Silverman, Canada. 1 letter to Walker, 1990. (Box 8, F.23).
Ronald Smith, England. 6 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1964-87. (Box 9, F.1).

Yonty Solomon, England. 2 letters to Walker [undated], 4 letters from Walker, 1970-71. (Box 9, F.2).
Janos Solyom, Hungary/Sweden. 5 letters to Walker, 4 letters from Walker, 1975-96. (Box 9, F.3).
Ronald Stevenson, England (*). 3 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1971-75. (Box 9, F.10).
Kendall Taylor, England (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1976. (Box 9, F.20).
James Tocco, USA. 1 letter to Walker, 1973. (Box 9, F.27).
Malcolm Troup, Canada/England. 24 letters to Walker [2 undated], 9 letters from Walker, 1965-96. (Box 9, F.29).
Bálint Vázsonyi, Hungary/USA. 13 letters to Walker, 9 letters from Walker, 1966-93. (Box 10, F.4).
Nadejda Vlaeva, Bulgaria. 5 letters to Walker, 1995-96. (Box 10, F.7).
[A prize-winner of the International Liszt Competition, 1996].
Mark Wait, USA. 4 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1980-93. (Box 10, F.11).
Janice Weber, USA. 4 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1989-96. (Box 10, F.16).
Joseph Weingarten, Hungary/England (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1970. (Box 10, F.17).
Emily White, USA. 2 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1992-93. (Box 10, F.19).
David Wilde, England. 8 letters to Walker, 9 letters from Walker, 1967-97. (Box 10, F.20).
Konrad Wolff, USA. 3 letters to Walker, 1980-86. (Box 10, F.26).
Boris Zarankin, Ukraine/Canada. 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1992. (Box 10, F.31).

Conductors
Sir Adrian Boult, England (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1956. (Box 1, F.23).
Boris Brott, O.C., Canada. 1 letter to Walker, 1991. (Box 1, F.29).
John Carewe, England. 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1973. (Box 1, F.37).
Sir Andrew Davis, Toronto (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1976. (Box 2, F.2).
Norman Del Mar, England (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1969. (Box 2, F.3).
Charles Dutoit, Canada (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1989. (Box 2, F.14).
Bryan Fairfax, England (*). 3 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1972. (Box 3, F.2).
Horst Förster, Germany. 22 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1982-93. (Box 3, F.11).
Louis Halsey, England. 2 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1972-74. (Box 4, F.2).
Derek Hudson, England. 1 letter to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1965. (Box 4, F.24).
John Lanchbery, O.B.E., Australia (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1997. (Box 5, F.18).
Adrian Sunshine, England. 4 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1966-92. (Box 9, F.16).

Critics, Scholars, Writers
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Imre Achátz (Liszt scholar, Hungary). 2 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1978-85. (Box 1, F.1).
Professor Detlef Altenburg (Paderborn/Regensburg, Germany). 2 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1989-93. (Box 1, F.2).
John Amis (BBC broadcaster and author, London). 3 letters to Walker, 1996-97. (Box 1, F.3).
Felix Aprahamian (Critic, London Sunday Times) (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1968. (Box 1, F.4).
Earl Arnett (Peabody Conservatory, Baltimore). 1 letter to Walker, 1991. (Box 1, F.5).
Dr. Ben Arnold (Emory University, Georgia). 5 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1989-92. (Box 1, F.6).
Philippe Autexier (France). 1 letter to Walker, 1984. (Box 1, F.7).
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Lady Evelyn Barbirolli (London). 1 letter to Walker, 1976. (Box 1, F.12).
Jacques Barzun (New York educator, biographer of Berlioz) (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1986. (Box 1, F.13).
Dr. Adrian Beaumont (London). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1990. (Box 1, F.14).
Gregor Benko (Virginia). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1979. (Box 1, F.15).
Pierre Bernac (Singer, France) (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1969. (Box 1, F.17).
Tessa Birnie (Australia). 2 letters to Walker, 1992-93. (Box 1, F.18).
Dr. F.C. Blodi (Iowa). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1993. (Box 1, F.19).
David Blum (Washington State). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1993. (Box 1, F.20).
E. Douglas Bomberger (Ithaca, USA). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1993. (Box 1, F.22).
Elias Bredsdorf (Biographer of Hans Christian Andersen, Denmark). 1 letter to Walker, 1984. (Box 1, F.26).
Maurice J. E. Brown (English Chopin scholar) (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1966. (Box 1, F.30).
[Author of Chopin: An Index of his Works (1960)].
Dr. Richard Brown (Oregon,USA). 2 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1994-97. (Box 1, F.31).
Ernst Burger (German pianist and Liszt iconographer). 9 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1984-87. (Box 1, F.32).
[Author of Liszt: Eine Lebenschronik (1986)].
C
Sir Neville Cardus (Critic, Manchester Guardian) (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1970. (Box 1, F.36).
Stuart Carr (Louisiana). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1997. (Box 1, F.38).
János Cegledy (Budapest/Tokyo). 5 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1993-96. (Box 1, F.39).
David Clegg (England). 3 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1988-92. (Box 1, F.40).
Jean Cochran (The Open University, London). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1979. (Box 1, F.42).
C. Colt, (Historical keyboard collection, England). 2 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1973-74. (Box 1, F.44).
Frank Cooper (Miami, Florida). 8 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1970-97. (Box 1, F.46).
Martin Cooper (Critic, London Daily Telegraph) (*). 3 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1967. (Box 1, F.47).
Joseph Croce (Illinois). 2 letters to Walker, 1986. (Box 1, F.51).
István Csisery-Ronay (Hungary). 2 letters to Walker, 1993. (Box 1, F.53).
Valerie Currie (South Carolina). 3 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1994-95. (Box 1, F.54).
D
Prof. Ernö Daniel (Santa Barbara). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1977. (Box 2, F.1).
Helen von Dohnányi (Tallahassee, Florida). 6 letters to Walker, 1966-69 [1 undated] : Includes 1 photograph, 1966-69. (Box 2, F.4).
[Contains copies of correspondence between Ernst von Dohnányi and the BBC concerning the false reports of Dohnányi's "collaboration" with the Nazis, 1945].
Robert Donington (London) (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1974. (Box 2, F.7).
[Author of Wagner's "Ring" and Its Symbols, etc.].
Mark Doran (England). 4 letters to Walker, 4 letters from Walker, 1992-93. (Box 2, F.8).
Edward Downes (Critic and broadcaster, New York). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1993. (Box 2, F.9).
Jan Drath (Texas University professor). 4 letters to Walker, 4 letters from Walker, 1974-85. (Box 2, F.10).
[Contains copies of a correspondence with Ena Makin concerning Chopin's lost B major Waltz].
Robert Dumm (Writer, Virginia). 8 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1996-97. (Box 2, F.11).
Charles Dupêchez (French biographer of Marie d'Agoult, Paris). 7 letters to Walker, 1986-93. (Box 2, F.12).
E
Mária Eckhardt (Director of the Liszt Museum, Budapest). 84 letters to Walker [4 undated], 14 letters from Walker : Includes 1 photograph, 1979-97. (Box 2, F.15-17).
[Author of Franz Liszt's Estate (1986/93); Ferenc Liszt Memorial Museum Catalogue (1986)].
Geoffrey Elborn (Biographer of Edith Sitwell, London). 2 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1994. (Box 2, F.18).
Dean Elder (Writer, New York). 2 letters to Walker, 1989-90. (Box 2, F.19).
Dr. László Eösze (Budapest Liszt scholar). 6 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1987-96. (Box 2, F.22).
Dr. David Epstein (M.I.T. professor, Boston). 7 letters to Walker, 5 letters from Walker, 1965-91. (Box 2, F.23).
F
Prof. Allen Forte (Yale) (*). 2 letters to Walker, 1983-84. (Box 3, F.12).
Richard Freed (Critic, Washington, D.C.). 9 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1986-91. (Box 3, F.18).
G
Wayne Lee Gay (Fort Worth Star-Telegram). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1989. (Box 3, F.22).
Graham George (Canadian musicologist, Queen's). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1989. (Box 3, F.25).
Claude Gingras (Montréal critic, La Presse). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1990. (Box 3, F.26).
Lev Ginsburg, (Soviet critic, son of Grigor Ginsburg). 2 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1989-90. (Box 3, F.27).
Edwin Good (Stanford). 2 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1973. (Box 3, F.31).
Prof. Serge Gut (University of Paris III). 2 letters to Walker, 1982-86. (Box 3, F.35).
H
Dr. Bengt Hambraeus (Sweden/Canada). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1992. (Box 4, F.3).
Dr. Klára Hamburger (Secretary-General of the Hungarian Liszt Society). 15 letters to Walker, 6 letters from Walker, 1985-96. (Box 4, F.4).
[Author of Franz Liszt (1980), etc.].
Dr. Jutta Hecker (German Liszt specialist). 12 letters to Walker [2 undated], 1983-1993. (Box 4, F.7).
[Author of Die Altenburg].
Arthur Hedley (English Chopin biographer) (*). 8 letters to Walker, 5 letters from Walker, 1965-69. (Box 4, F.8).
[Author of Chopin (1947), etc.; see also entry under Jan Drath].
Dennis Hennig (Australia). 3 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1987-90. (Box 4, F.9).
J.C. Hill (Educationist, London). 1 letter to Walker, 1979. (Box 4, F.11).
Dr. Herbert von Hintzenstern (Weimar). 1 letter to Walker, 1984. (Box 4, F.13).
Allan Ho (Illinois). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1994. (Box 4, F.14).
David Hood (Victoria, Australia). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1996. (Box 4, F.18).
Joseph Horowitz (New York). 1 letter to Walker, 1981. (Box 4, F.20).
[Author of Conversations with Arrau (1982)].
Dr. Emmerich Horvath (European Liszt Centre, Eisenstadt). 4 letters to Walker, 5 letters from Walker, 1977-80. (Box 4, F.21).
Dr. Arthur Hübscher (President of the Schopenhauer-Gesellshaft). 3 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1975-76. (Box 4, F.23).
Pierre-Antoine Huré (Paris, Radio France). 2 letters to Walker, 1984-89. (Box 4, F.25).
Prof. Arthur Hutchings (England) (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1964. (Box 4, F.26).
[Author of Schubert (1945), Delius (1948) and A Companion to the Mozart Piano Concertos (1948)].
I
Prof. Leonard Isaacs (London/Canada). 10 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1966-97. (Box 4, F.27).
J
Arthur Jacobs (English music critic) (*). 8 letters to Walker, 6 letters from Walker, 1974-91. (Box 4, F.28).
[Compiler of musical dictionaries and author of numerous books, including a biography of Sir Arthur Sullivan (1984) : See entry in The New Grove, vol. 9, p. 446].
Bernard Jacobson (Critic, Chicago/London). 9 letters to Walker, 8 letters from Walker, 1965-69. (Box 4, F.29).
Keith Johns (Australia). 9 letters to Walker, 1982-90. (Box 4, F.32).
Florence Jonas (Soviet Music specialist, New York). 16 letters to Walker, 4 letters from Walker, 1965-92. (Box 4, F.33).
[Translator of Nestyev's Prokofiev (1960) and Reminiscences of Rimsky-Korsakov (1985)].
Dr. Hans Rudolf Jung (Weimar Liszt specialist). 2 letters to Walker, 1984-85. (Box 4, F.35).
K
Helmut Kallmann, O.C. (Emeritus Head of the Music Division of the National Archives of Canada). 3 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1993-94. (Box 5, F. 2).
Arthur Kaptainis (Critic, Montreal Gazette). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1990-91. (Box 5, F.3).
Dr. János Kárpáti (Librarian, Liszt Academy of Music). 2 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1991-95. (Box 5, F.4).
[Author of Bartók's Chamber Music (1976)].
Dr. István Kecskeméti (Head of Music at the Széchényi National Library, Hungary) (*). 7 letters to Walker, 10 letters from Walker [1 undated], 1967-86. (Box 5, F.5).
Geraldine Keeling (California Liszt scholar). 16 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1987-96. (Box 5, F.6).
Hans Keller (BBC Music Division, Austrian/English critic) (*). 24 letters to Walker, 13 letters from Walker, 1974-93 : Includes 3 photographs, 3 letters from others concerning Keller's death, a photocopied tribute published in The Times, a photocopied essay by Keller, and 3 essays about Keller's life and work by Walker. (Box 5, F.7).
[Author of numerous books, including Criticism (1987), Essays on Music (1995) and The Great Haydn Quartets (1986)].
Alan Kendall (Editor of Heritage of Music, London). 2 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1981. (Box 5, F.9).
Dr. Walter Kreyszig (Canada). 3 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1992-93. (Box 5, F.14).
L
Prof. Robbins Landon (Vienna) (*). 2 letters to Walker, 1977-88. (Box 5, F.19).
Norman Lebrecht (London music critic). 1 letter from Walker, 1993. (Box 5, F.22).
[Author of When the Music Stopped (1996)].
Dr. Dezsö Legány (Hungarian Liszt scholar, Budapest) (*). 38 letters to Walker, 12 letters from Walker, 1977-96. (Box 5, F.24-25).
[Author of Liszt and his Country (1983/92), etc.].
Bernard Lemoine (Virginia). 1 letter to Walker, 1988. (Box 5, F.28).
Theodor Libbey, Jr. (Musical America). 1 letter to Walker, 1989. (Box 5, F.30).
Ralph Locke (Eastman). 2 letters to Walker, 1983. (Box 5, F.32).
Prof. Allen Lott (Forth Worth, Texas). 1 letter to Walker, 1990. (Box 5, F.35).
Irving Lowens (Washington music critic) (*). 4 letters to Walker, 1982-83. (Box 5, F.36).
M
Dr. Elyse Mach (Chicago). 8 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1979-86. (Box 6, F.1).
[Author of Great Pianists Speak for Themselves (1980), etc.].
Bryan Magee, (English philosopher and M.P.). 2 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1975. (Box 6, F.4).
[Author of Aspects of Wagner (1969), etc.].
Terry McNeill (Santa Rosa). 8 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1984-93. (Box 6, F.8).
Dr. Imre Mezö (Editor of New Liszt Edition, Editio Musica, Budapest). 4 letters to Walker, 1984-96. (Box 6, F.10).
Barry Millington (Critic, London Times). 3 letters to Walker, 1985-88. (Box 6, F.11).
Evans Mirageas (Public National Radio producer, Chicago). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1989. (Box 6, F.12).
Donald Mitchell (Music editor, Faber & Faber) (*). 4 letters to Walker, 6 letters from Walker, 1973-87. (Box 6, F.13).
[Editor (with Hans Keller) of Benjamin Britten: A Commentary on his Works by a Group of Specialists (1952); author of biography of Mahler, etc.].
Dr. Rena Charnin Mueller (New York). 4 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1976-94. (Box 6, F.15).
N
Geoffrey Norris (Critic, The London Times) (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1993. (Box 6, F.19).
O
Warren O'Reilly (Critic, Miami). 4 letters to Walker, 1991-97. (Box 6, F.22).
Ates Orga (Teacher and writer, England). 2 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1966. (Box 6, F.23).
[Author of Chopin, etc.].
Dr. Peter Ostwald (Psychiatrist, California). 3 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1980-85. (Box 6, F.24).
Bertrand Ott (France). 4 letters to Walker, 1980-96. (Box 6, F.25).
P
Dr. Fred Pattison (Canada). 3 letters to Walker, 1986-88. (Box 7, F.3).
Dr. Geoffrey Payzant (Canada). 15 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1988-93. (Box 7, F.5).
Professor Leon Plantinga (Yale) (*). 5 letters to Walker, 7 letters from Walker, 1970-71. (Box 7, F.8).
Dr. Henry Pleasants (USA) (*). 4 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1969-73. (Box 7, F.9).
[Author of The Agony of Modern Music (1955) and The Great Singers (1966)].
Andrew Porter (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1989. (Box 7, F.12).
Prof. Klaus Pringsheim (Germany/Canada). 8 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1985-96. (Box 7, F.14).
R
Sabina Tellner Ratner (Canada). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1989-91. (Box 7, F.18).
David Roberts (England). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1979. (Box 7, F.22).
Wesley Roberts (Kentucky). 5 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1993-94. (Box 7, F.23).
Prof. Zoltan Roman (Canada). 1 letter to Walker, 1993. (Box 7, F.26).
S
Harvey Sachs (Canada/Italy). 3 letters to Walker, 1980-1985. (Box 8, F.1).
[Author of Toscanini (1978)].
Dr. Stanley Sadie, C.B.E. (Editor of The New Grove Dictionary, London) (*). 7 letters to Walker, 5 letters from Walker, 1976-95. (Box 8, F.2).
[Author of books on Mozart (1966), Beethoven (1967), and Handel (1968)].
Dr. Eric Sams (English Schumann scholar) (*). 27 letters to Walker, 18 letters from Walker, 1968-73. (Box 8, F.3).
[Author of The Songs of Hugo Wolf (1961) and The Songs of Robert Schumann (1969)].
Roman Sawycky (USA). 7 letters to Walker : Includes 1 photograph, 2 letters from Walker, 1987-97. (Box 8, F.4).
Brian Schlotel (England). 18 letters to Walker, 12 letters from Walker, 1970-76. (Box 8, F.7).
Harold C. Schonberg (Music critic, New York Times) (*). 18 letters to Walker [1 undated], 5 letters from Walker, 1983-96. (Box 8, F.9).
[Author of The Great Pianists (1965), etc.].
Dr. Martin Schoppe (Curator of the Schumann Haus in Zwickau). 1 letter to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1971. (Box 8, F.10).
Dr. Boris Schwarz (USA) (*). 18 letters to Walker, 14 letters from Walker, 1965-83. (Box 8, F.12).
Bruce Seymour (American biographer of Lola Montez (1996)). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1994. (Box 8, F.15).
Desmond Shawe-Taylor (Critic, London Sunday Times) (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1969. (Box 8, F.17).
Anthony Short (England). 1 letter to Walker, 1994. (Box 8, F.19).
Michael Short (England). 1 letter to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1976-97. (Box 8, F.20).
Sir Sacheverell Sitwell, Bart. 16 letters to Walker, 11 letters from Walker, 1966-78. (Box 8, F.24).
[Author of Liszt (1934); the Sitwell file includes 2 substantial holograph essays : One on Liszt's piano music for a BBC talk Sitwell gave for Walker, and the other for the "Chronological Table" in Franz Liszt: The Man and his Music, edited by Walker].
Dr. Eliot Slater (Psychiatrist, Maudesley Hospital, London). 5 letters to Walker, 5 letters from Walker, 1971. (Box 8, F.25).
Nicolas Slonimsky (Editor of Baker's Dictionary) (*). 4 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1979-80. (Box 8, F.26).
Prof. József Soproni (Rector of the Liszt Academy of Music). 2 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1991. (Box 9, F.5).
Prof. Stewart Spencer (London). 3 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1987-88. (Box 9, F.6).
[Translator of Ernst Burger's Franz Liszt (1989)].
Tainui Stephens (New Zealand Television). 3 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1995-96. (Box 9, F.7).
Prof. Denis Stevens (England/USA) (*). 10 letters to Walker [1 undated], 1 letter from Walker, 1982-89. (Box 9, F.8).
[Author of Tudor Church Music (1955) and editor and translator of The Letters of Claudio Monteverdi (1980)].
Prof. Robert Stevenson (Los Angeles) (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1981. (Box 9, F.9).
Dr. Anthony Storr (English psychoanalyst). 1 letter to Walker, 1984. (Box 9, F.12).
Henk Suèr (Dutch broadcaster and journalist). 2 letters to Walker, 1991-92. (Box 9, F.14).
Dr. Imre Sulyok (Editor of New Liszt Edition, Editio Musica, Budapest). 9 letters to Walker, 1984-96. (Box 9, F.15).
Dr. Charles Suttoni (New York). 10 letters to Walker, 4 letters from Walker, 1979-96. (Box 9, F.17).
[Author of An Artist's Journey (1989)].
Prof. Szegedy-Maszak (Indiana University). 2 letters to Walker, 1990. (Box 9, F.19).
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Ming Tcherepnin (Mrs. Alexander Tcherepnin, New York). 1 letter to Walker, 1988. (Box 9, F.21).
Prof. Charles-Marie Ternes (Luxembourg). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1993. (Box 9, F.22).
John Thomson (Founder and first editor of Early Music). 1 letter to Walker, 7 letters from Walker, 1965-73. (Box 9, F.23).
Prof. Jurgen Thym (Rochester). 3 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1994-96. (Box 9, F.24).
Dr. John Tibbetts (Professor of Film Studies, Kansas). 3 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1989-95. (Box 9, F.25).
Dr. Charles Timbrell (Washington). 2 letters to Walker, 1993. (Box 9, F.26).
Anne Troisier de Diaz (Descendant of Emile Ollivier, St. Tropez). 20 letters to Walker [4 undated], 5 letters from Walker, 1983-97. (Box 9, F.28).
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Kenneth Van Barthold (England). 1 letter to Walker, 1990. (Box 10, F.1).
Veronika Vavrinecz (Music archivist, National Széchényi Library, Budapest). 10 letters to Walker [1 undated], 5 letters from Walker, 1977-94. (Box 10, F.3).
Professor Jacques Vier (France). 3 letters to Walker, 1981-1982. (Box 10, F.6).
[Biographer of Marie d'Agoult in six volumes (1955-63)].
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Dr. Gottfried Wagner (Richard Wagner's great-grandson). 25 letters to Walker, 9 letters from Walker, 1987-97. (Box 10, F.9-10).
Edward Waters (Chief of Music Division, Library of Congress) (*). 31 letters to Walker, 35 letters from Walker [1 undated], 1967-92. (Box 10, F.14).
[Editor of The Letters of Franz Liszt to Baroness Olga von Meyendorff 1871-1886 (1979)].
Derek Watson (English Liszt biographer). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1992. (Box 10, F.15).
[Author of Liszt (Master Musicians Series) (1989)].
Dr. Gerhard Winkler (Burgenländisches Museum, Austria). 5 letters to Walker, 1984-89. (Box 10, F.22).
Sharon Winklhofer (Cleveland). 4 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1982. (Box 10, F.23).
[Author of Liszt's Sonata in B minor: A Study of Autograph Sources and Documents (1978)].
Christopher Wintle (Editor of Music Analysis, London). 4 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1986-96. (Box 10, F.24).
Dr. David Witten (Boston). 2 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1993. (Box 10, F.25).
Philip Wults (Canadian Wagner scholar). 19 letters to Walker, 10 letters from Walker, 1980-95. (Box 10, F.27).
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Prof. Yosef Yerushalmi (New York). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1993. (Box 10, F.29).
Dr. Laura Youens (Maryland). 2 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1987-92. (Box 10, F.30).

Others
Ms. Styra Avins (New York). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1990. (Box 1, F.8).
Mrs. Clara Backer (Texas). 2 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1989. (Box 1, F.9).
Richard Cagle (Atlanta lawyer). 3 letters to Walker, 1983-88. (Box 1, F.34).
George Calder, Q.C. (Ontario). 2 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1996-97. (Box 1, F.35).
Joseph Croce (Illinois). 2 letters to Walker, 1986. (Box 1, F.51).
Richard Cross (Tarrytown, N.Y). 13 letters to Walker [2 undated], 7 letters from Walker, 1989-96. (Box 1, F.52).
Philip Dolan (England). 2 letters to Walker [1 undated], 1992. (Box 2, F.5).
Frederick Ellis (USA). 2 letters to Walker, 1989. (Box 2, F.20)
Audrey Ellison (Secretary of the British Liszt Society). 1 letter to Walker, 1992. (Box 2, F.21).

Dr. Cecil Ewing (Professor of Ophthalmology, London/Saskatchewan,). 15 letters to Walker, 4 letters from Walker, 1975-94. (Box 2, F.24).
Keith Fagan (London). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1966. (Box 3, F.1).
John Farmer (London). 8 letters to Walker [1 undated], 3 letters from Walker, 1983-90. (Box 3, F.3).
David Finch (Toronto). 3 letters to Walker, 1984. (Box 3, F.5).
Reuben Fineberg (Australia). 2 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1995-97. (Box 3, F.6).
Michel Flechtner (Switzerland). 3 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1990-92. (Box 3, F.8).
Miklós Forrai (Secretary-General of the Budapest Liszt Society). 8 letters to Walker, 4 letters from Walker, 1977-89). (Box 3, F.10).
Richard Frank (Japan). 1 letter to Walker, 1993. (Box 3, F.15).
William Furlong (Toronto). 1 letter from Walker, 1995. (Box 3, F.19).
[Contains photograph of the "missing" Joukowsky portrait of Liszt (1883)].
Zelda Goldstein (California). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1996. (Box 3, F.29).
Daniel Gosselin, (Vancouver). 1 letter to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1989. (Box 3, F.32).
William Grant (California). 1 letter to Walker, 1990. (Box 3, F.33).
Leonard Gregory (London). 1 letter to Walker, 1990. (Box 3, F.34).

Prince Victor von Hohenlohe (Austria). 8 letters to Walker [1 undated], 6 letters from Walker, 1992-96. (Box 4, F.16).
[Descendant of Princess Carolyne von Sayn-Wittgenstein].
Daniela Jeanson (Liszt's great-granddaughter, Paris). 2 letters to Walker [1 undated], 1993. (Box 4, F.30).
Milein Cosman Keller (Mrs. Hans Keller, London). 9 letters to Walker, 1986-91. (Box 5, F.8).
Tamás Klenjánszky (Director of the International Liszt Piano Competition, Budapest). 3 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1990-96. (Box 5, F.12).
Donald O. Lachmund (First cousin, once removed of Carl Lachmund, Los Angeles). 9 letters to Walker, 5 letters from Walker, 1984-93. (Box 5, F.15).
Linda Lachmund (Great-niece of Carl Lachmund, Carmel, CA). 7 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1992-96. (Box 5, F.16).
Maurice Le Gargasson (France). 3 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1993-94. (Box 5, F.21).
Jean-Paul Lécot (Organist of the Lourdes Basilica, France). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1991-92. (Box 5, F.23).
Jacques Leiser (Artists' Agency, New York/San Diego). 27 letters to Walker, 15 letters from Walker, 1984-93. (Box 5, F.27).
Lord Alastair Londonderry (England). 3 letters to Walker [1 undated] : Includes 1 photograph, 1980-86. (Box 5, F.33).

Byron Maddox (Connecticut). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1994. (Box 6, F.3).
Frederik Menschaar (New York). 2 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1992. (Box 6, F.9).
Enid Moore (Mrs. Gerald Moore, London). 1 letter to Walker, 1969. (Box 6, F.14).
Janet Obermeyer (Canadian soprano). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker : Includes 1 photograph, 1995. (Box 6, F.20).
Hélène Pasquier (French translator, Paris). 2 letters to Walker [1 undated], 1989. (Box 7, F.2).
Lt.- Col. Eric Payne (English translator of Schopenhauer). 2 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1975-76. (Box 7, F.4).
Sir Peter Pears (England) (*). 1 letter to Walker, 1969. (Box 7, F.6).
Lennart Rabes (Director of the International Liszt Centre, Stockholm). 8 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1985-95. (Box 7, F.15).
Judit Rácz (Hungarian translator of Walker's Liszt biography). 14 letters to Walker, 7 letters from Walker, 1983-95. (Box 7, F.16).
Michael Reményi (Canada). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1996. (Box 7, F.21).

Richard Rodzinski (Executive Director, Van Cliburn Piano Competition). 1 letter to Walker, 1988. (Box 7, F.24).
Jack Rokahr (Los Angeles). 2 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1989. (Box 7, F.25).
Mrs. Betty Root (California). 1 letter to Walker, 1987. (Box 7, F.27).
Gilbert Schipper (The Netherlands). 6 letters to Walker, 1986-92. (Box 8, F.6).
Prof. Fred Schock (Peabody Conservatory, Baltimore). 6 letters to Walker, 1985-91. (Box 8, F.8).
Karen Schumacher (Detroit). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1996. (Box 8, F.11).
Roch Serra (Secretary-General of the French Liszt Society). 24 letters to Walker, 4 letters from Walker, 1981-1993. (Box 8, F.14).
Linda Lachmund Smith see Linda Lachmund
Dr. Ottó Somorjay (Hungary). 12 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1988-1996. (Box 9, F.4).
Gloria Stupfel (California). 2 letters to Walker, 1993. (Box 9, F.13).
Dr. Emöke Szathmáry (Vice-President, McMaster University). 3 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1995. (Box 9, F.18).

Paul Verona (New York). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1993. (Box 10, F.5).
Akira Wada (Japanese translator). 2 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1968. (Box 10, F.8).
David Ward (Washington State). 2 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1992-93. (Box 10, F.13).
Rolf Windhorst (Calgary). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1975. (Box 10, F.21).
Mrs. E. Yelin (England). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1990. (Box 10, F.28).

Diplomats and Politicians
Right Honourable Sheila Copps, Deputy Prime Minister of Canada. 2 letters to Walker, 1996-97. (Box 1, F.49).
Dr. Mátyás Domokos, Hungarian Ambassador to London. 1 letter to Walker, 1985. (Box 2, F.6).
Dr. Gábor Fodor, Hungarian Minister of Culture (1993-95). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1995. (Box 3, F.9).
Derek Fraser, Canadian Ambassador to Hungary. 4 letters to Walker, 1993. (Box 3, F.17).
Dr. Károly Gedai, Hungarian Ambassador to Canada. 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1996. (Box 3, F.23).
Dr. Árpád Göncz, President of Hungary. 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1994. (Box 3, F.30).

Journals, Organizations, Publishers, etc.
Aldeburgh Foundation (Suffolk). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1986. (Box 11, F.1).
Bank of England (London). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1971. (Box 11, F.2).
Barrie & Jenkins Ltd. (London). 47 letters to Walker, 15 letters from Walker, 1965-76. (Box 11, F.3).
British Broadcasting Corporation (London). 30 letters to Walker, 17 letters from Walker, 1965-94. (Box 11, F.4).
British Library (London). 6 letters to Walker, 4 letters from Walker, 1971-1992. (Box 11, F.5).
British Liszt Society (London). 3 letters to Walker, 1981. (Box 11, F.6).
British Medical Journal (London). 2 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1980-81. (Box 11, F.7).

Canadian Academic Centre (Rome). 3 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1979-80. (Box 11, F.8).
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (Toronto). 6 letters to Walker, 15 letters from Walker, 1973-91. (Box 11, F.9).
Catholic University of Chile. 1 letter to Walker, 1985. (Box 11, F.10).
Cheltenham International Festival (England). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1974-75. (Box 11, F.11).
Chinese University (Hong Kong). 2 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1991. (Box 11, F.12).
Chopin Foundation (Toronto). 8 letters to Walker, 6 letters from Walker, 1974-76. (Box 11, F.13).
Chopin Society (Warsaw). 5 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1985-89. (Box 11, F.14).
Clavier Magazine (Chicago). 4 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1986-90. (Box 11, F.15a).
Cornell University Press (Ithaca, USA). 22 letters to Walker, 22 letters from Walker [3 undated], 1987-93. (Box 11, F.15b).
Decca Records (London). 3 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1993. (Box 11, F.16).
Detroit Symphony Orchestra. 3 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1985. (Box 11, F.17).
Dover Publications (New York). 3 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1966. (Box 11, F.18).

Editio Musica (Budapest). 15 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1983-94. (Box 11, F.19).
Encyclopaedia Britannica (Chicago). 2 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1973-76. (Box 11, F.20).
Faber & Faber (London). 42 letters to Walker, 22 letters from Walker, 1966-97. (Box 11, F.21).
Goethe-Schiller Archive (Weimar). 7 letters to Walker [1 undated], 3 letters from Walker, 1981-93. (Box 11, F.22).
Grove's Dictionary of Music & Musicians (London). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1975. (Box 11, F.23).
The Hamilton Spectator. 1 letter to Walker, 5 letters from Walker, 1974-75. (Box 12, F.1).
Hungarian Radio (Budapest). 1 letter to Walker, 1986. (Box 12, F.2).
Hungaroton Records (Budapest). 3 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1991-92. (Box 12, F.3).
International Piano Archives (Maryland). 8 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1991-93. (Box 12, F.4).
Juilliard School Library (New York). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1993. (Box 12, F.5).
Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. (New York). 18 letters to Walker, 4 letters from Walker, 1969-93. (Box 12, F.6).
Library of Congress (Washington). 6 letters to Walker, 5 letters from Walker, 1980-93. (Box 12, F.7).
Liszt Academy of Music (Budapest). 8 letters to Walker, 1986-93. (Box 12, F.8).
Liszt Society (Hungary). 6 letters to Walker, 1993. (Box 12, F.9).

Music and Letters (Oxford). 16 letters to Walker, 11 letters from Walker, 1978-92. (Box 12, F.10).
Music Critics Association (Baltimore). 2 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1986. (Box 12, F.11).
Music Review (Essex). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1974-93. (Box 12, F.12).
Musical Quarterly (New York). 8 letters to Walker, 5 letters from Walker, 1979-88. (Box 12, F.13).
National Library of Wales. 4 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1979. (Box 12, F.14).
National Széchényi Library (Budapest). 5 letters to Walker [1 undated], 5 letters from Walker [2 undated], 1980-86. (Box 12, F.15).
New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. 5 letters to Walker, 3 letters from Walker, 1993-95. (Box 12, F.16).
[New] Hungarian Quarterly (Budapest). 14 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1985-95. (Box 12, F.17).
The New Republic (Washington). 1 letter to Walker, 1986. (Box 12, F.18).
New York Public Library. 1 letter to Walker, 2 letters from Walker, 1991-92. (Box 12, F.19).
Oxford University Press (London). 4 letters to Walker, 4 letters from Walker, 1983-97. (Box 12, F.20).
Peabody Conservatory of Music (Baltimore). 3 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1972-91. (Box 12, F.21).
Pendragon Press (Stuyvesant, N.Y.). 10 letters to Walker, 4 letters from Walker, 1985-97. (Box 12, F.22).

The Piano Quarterly (Wilmington, Vermont). 16 letters to Walker, 5 letters from Walker, 1978-93. (Box 12, F.23).
Plymouth Music Trust (Plymouth, England). 2 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1989-90. (Box 12, F.24).
Smithsonian Institute (Washington). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1979. (Box 12, F.25).
Taplinger Publishing Corporation (New York). 5 letters to Walker, 6 letters from Walker, 1969-75. (Box 12, F.26).
Thalberg Society, USA. 2 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1989-92. (Box 12, F.27).
Time Magazine (New York). 1 letter to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1996. (Box 12, F.28).
The Times Educational Supplement (London). 5 letters to Walker, 6 letters from Walker, 1975. (Box 12, F.29).
The Times Literary Supplement (London). 10 letters to Walker, 11 letters from Walker, 1974-87. (Box 12, F.30).
Utrecht Liszt Piano Competition (The Netherlands). 2 letters to Walker, 1 letter from Walker, 1992. (Box 12, F.31).
Vatican Library (Rome). 3 letters to Walker, 4 letters from Walker, 1979-90. (Box 12, F.32).
Versailles bibliothèque (France). 1 letter to Walker, 1992. (Box 12, F.33).

Series 2 Personal Files
Personal files. -- 1970-1997. -- 82.5 cm of textual records, 41 photographs plus 17 microfilm reels. Title based on contents of the series. The materials consist predominantly of awards, biographical information, matter regarding international Liszt festivals and piano competitions, and research notebooks and material relating to Liszt. Boxes 13-18.

Box 13
F.1 American Liszt Society Medal, Peabody, 1984 ; 2 photographs.
F.2 James Tait Black Award, for Franz Liszt, Vol. I. Clipping, correspondence, press releases, 1984 ; 12 items.

F.3 Liszt Medal : Hungarian Ministry of Culture. Certificate (reproduction), correspondence, 1986-95 ; 3 items.
F.4 Trillium shortlist award for Franz Liszt, Vol. II. Correspondence, poster (reproduction), 1990 ; 2 items.
F.5 Yorkshire Post "Book of the Year" prize, for Franz Liszt, Vol. I. Award (reproduction), clippings, correspondence, menu, programme, 1984 ; 14 items.
F.6-9 Summary collection of articles by Alan Walker, 1970-96 ; 29 items.
F.10 Essay. "Ich liebe dich", for Library of Congress holograph, 1993 ; 1 item.
F.11 BBC World Service scripts. "Aspects of Liszt", 1986, with author's revisions ; 5 items.
F.12 Pre-concert lecture programme booklets, etc., 1982-97 ; 18 items.
F.13 Press interviews, 1986-96 ; 9 items.
F.14 Liszt's Ernani Paraphrase (1847), world premiere, 1984. Clippings, correspondence, memorandum ; 3 items.
F.15 Biographical essay on Walker by James Deaville (from Analecta II, Pendragon Press 1997) : Includes 3 photographs.

Box 14
F.1-6 The Weimar notebooks, 1980-93 (research notes taken from The Weimer Archive).

Box 15
International Liszt Piano Competitions, Budapest, September 1991 and September 1996 [Walker served on both juries.]
F.1 Correspondence. 13 items to Walker, 7 items from Walker, 1991-96.
F.2 Article: "The Liszt Piano Competition, 1991" (photocopy) ; 1 item.
F.3 Competition marks, 1991 ; 7 items.
F.4 Competition programmes, 1991 : Includes invitations, itineraries, names of participants, notes, poster ; 8 items.
F.5 Article: "The International Liszt Piano Competition September 9-24, 1996" (photocopy) ; 1 item.
F.6 Competition marks, 1996 ; 3 items.
F.7 Competition programmes, 1996 : Includes itineraries, names of participants, 10 photographs of the jury in 1 photo album ; 5 items.

Box 16
International Liszt Festivals, directed by Walker.
F.1 American Liszt Society, 1994. Brochures, menu, name tag, ticket ; 5 items.
F.2 American Liszt Society, 1994. Clippings ; 13 items.
F.3 American Liszt Society, 1994. Correspondence. 40 letters to Walker, 2 letters from Walker.
F.4 American Liszt Society, 1994. 23 contact sheets (photographs).
F.5 American Liszt Society, 1996. Brochures, invitation, programmes, etc. : Includes 1 photograph ; 14 items.
F.6 American Liszt Society, 1996. Clippings ; 14 items.
F.7 American Liszt Society, 1996. Correspondence. 1 letter to Walker, 4 letters from Walker.
F.8 Symposium on Music Criticism, 1976. Programme : Includes 1 photograph ; 2 items.
F.9 Symposium on Music Criticism, 1991. Correspondence. 1 letter to Walker, introductory speech, programme, etc. : Includes 1 photograph ; 5 items.

Box 17a
The Vatican Documents relating to the thwarted marriage of Liszt and Carolyne, and Liszt's entry into Holy Orders. See also the book Liszt, Carolyne and The Vatican: The Story of a Thwarted Marriage.
F.1 Correspondence. 6 letters to Walker [1 undated], 3 letters from Walker, 1985-87.
F.2 Material from the Archive of the Vicariato di Roma : Includes photocopies, research notes (some heavily annotated), translations and transcriptions ; 15 items.
F.3 "Liszt enters Holy Orders" : Includes photocopies, translations and transcriptions; 4 items.

Box 17b
F.1 Annulment documents from the Secret Vatican Archive, Nunciature of Vienna, 1860-61 : Includes index and 44 documents (photocopies) ; 1 large black metal-bound file.
F.2 Documents from the Secret Vatican Archive, with some documents from the Holy Congregation of the Tridentine Council, 1859-61 : Includes index and 73 documents (photocopies) ; 1 large black metal-bound file.

Box 18
Liszt research material on microfilm.
(a) John Orlando Parry Diaries : National Library of Wales.
(b) Letters of Liszt, Marie d'Agoult and their children : Bibliothèque nationale.
(c) The Second Scrapbook of Marie d'Agoult : Library of Versailles.
(d) Liszt articles from The Scotsman : 1841.
(e) Souvenirs d'une Cosaque and Les Amours d'une Cosaque (autobiographical novels of Olga Janina). Paris : 1875.
(f) Franz Liszt by Ludwig Nohl. Leipzig : 1882.
(g) Franz Liszt by Ludwig Rellsteb. Berlin : 1842.
(h) Franz Liszt in Berlin by Adolf Glassbrenner. Leipzig : 1847.
(i) Acta Musicalia : Széchényi National Library.
(j) Acta Musicalia : Széchényi National Library.
(k) Schumann's Fantasy in C major, op. 17 (original ending) : Széchényi National Library.
(l) Diverse Liszt letters : Bibliothèque nationale.
(m) On the Position of Artists by Franz Liszt. Paris : 1834-35.
(n) Diverse French newspapers : Bibliothèque nationale.
(o) Excerpts from The Musical World (1). London : 1840.
(p) Franz Liszt by Eduard Reuss. Leipzig : 1898.
(q) Excerpts from The Musical World (2). London : 1840.

List of Alan Walker's Books Complementing the Collection
1. An Anatomy of Musical Criticism. Philadelphia ; New York ; London : Chilton Book Company, 1968. Res. Coll. ML 3915. W34 1968.
2. Franz Liszt (a biography in three volumes) :
The Virtuoso Years 1811-1847. New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 1983. Res. Coll. ML 410. L7W27 v.1.
The Weimar Years 1848-1861. New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 1989. Res. Coll. ML 410. L7W27 v.2.
The Final Years 1861-1886. New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 1996. Res. Coll. ML 410. L7W27 v.3.
3. Franz Liszt: The Man and his Music. Edited by Walker. London : Barrie & Jenkins, 1970. Res. Coll. ML 410. L7W28 1970b.
4. Frédéric Chopin: Profiles of the Man and the Musician. Edited by Walker. London : Barrie and Rockliff, 1966. Res. Coll. ML 410. C54W16.
5. Liszt, Carolyne, and The Vatican: The Story of a Thwarted Marriage (with Gabriele Erasmi). Stuyvesant, N.Y. : Pendragon Press, 1991. Res. Coll. ML 410. L7W293 1991.
6. Living with Liszt: From the Diary of Carl Lachmund, an American Pupil of Liszt 1882-1884. Edited, annotated and introduced by Walker. Stuyvesant, N.Y. : Pendragon Press, 1995. Res. Coll. ML 417. L14A3 1995.
7. New Light on Liszt and his Music: Essays in Honor of Alan Walker's 65th Birthday (Analecta Lisztiana II, Franz Liszt Studies Series #6). Edited by Michael Saffle and James Deaville. Stuyvesant, N.Y. : Pendragon Press, 1997. Res. Coll. ML 410. L7N3 1997.
8. Robert Schumann: The Man and his Music. Edited by Walker. London : Barrie and Jenkins, 1972. Res. Coll. ML 410. S4W3.
9. Schumann (The Great Composer Series). London : Faber and Faber, 1976. Res. Coll. ML 410. S4W21.
10. Schumann (Japanese translation of above volume). Japan : Ryoichi Yokomizo, 1996. Res. Coll. ML 310. S4W21.
11. A Study in Musical Analysis. London : Barrie and Rockliff, 1962. Res. Coll. MT 6. W166S8.
12.The Death of Franz Liszt. Based on the published Diary of His Pupil Lina Schmalhausen. Introduced, Annotated, and Edited by Alan Walker. Ithaca, Cornell University Press, 2002. Res. Coll. ML 417 5295 A3.
 

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