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COLLECTION Identifier: Ms. Coll. 156

Robert Di Domenica manuscript and published scores, 1953-1996.


Manuscript and published scores by the twentieth-century American composer


  • Creation: 1953-1996

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Access to the collection is unrestricted.


1 collection (11 file boxes, 13.75 linear feet)

This is the compositional output of Robert Di Domenica. The collection includes drafts as well as finished scores and parts, in manuscript, photocopy, and commercially printed manifestations. Many items are annotated.

Biographical and Historical Note

Robert Anthony Di Domenica (1927-2013) was an American composer and flautist. He was educated at New York University and joined the composition faculty of the New England Conservatory in 1969. Di Domenica studied composition with a pupil of Alban Berg and is regarded as a serial composer, with jazz influences and lyrical tendencies.

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Robert Di Domenica manuscript and published scores, 1953-1996.
Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library, Harvard College Library
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Part of the Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library Repository

The Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library is the primary repository of musical materials at Harvard. The Music Library’s collecting mission is to serve music teaching and research programs in the Music Department and throughout the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. In addition, it supports the musical needs of the broader Harvard community as well as an international scholarly constituency. We collect books, musical scores, serial titles, sound recordings and video formats, microforms, and rare and archival materials that support research in a wide variety of musical disciplines including historical musicology, music theory, ethnomusicology, composition, and historically informed performance practice, as well as interdisciplinary areas related to music. The special collections include archival collections from the 19th, 20th and 21st century.

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