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Subseries 5. Early Compositions/College Material


Box 3
Folder 161
Item 161 "Buy That Extra Bond" (first Composition), 1942

Holograph manuscript. 2 pages.


Box 2
Folder 144-145
Item 144 Dialogue for Violin & Piano 1949-1953

photocopy of holography manuscript. 9 pages.

Contents originally enclosed in folder with the following inscription:

Original composition for Violin & Piano Composed by Joe Negri 1952@ Car. Mellon Univ.

Item 145 Dialogue for Violin and Piano

Photocopy of holograph manuscript. 12 pages.

Contents originally enclosed in folder with the following inscription:

Original composition for Violin & Piano Composed by Joe Negri 1952@ Car. Mellon Univ.


Folder 146
Item 146 Dialogue for Violin & Piano

Photocopy of holograph manuscript. 9 pages.

Contents originally enclosed in folder with the following inscription:

Original composition for Violin & Piano Composed by Joe Negri 1952@ Car. Mellon Univ.


Box 3
Folder 150
Item 150 Dialogue for Violin and Piano

holograph manuscript. 12 pages.

Contents originally enclosed in folder with the following inscription:

Original composition for Violin & Piano Composed by Joe Negri 1952@ Car. Mellon Univ.


Box 2
Folder 148-149
Item 148 "Minuetto," 1951

Holograph manuscript. 2 pages.

Contents originally enclosed in folder with the following inscription:

Original composition for Violin & Piano Composed by Joe Negri 1952@ Car. Mellon Univ.

Item 149 "Minuetto"

holograph manuscript. 3 pages. 2 copies.

Contents originally enclosed in folder with the following inscription:

Original composition for Violin & Piano Composed by Joe Negri 1952@ Car. Mellon Univ.


Box 1
Folder 7-11 "Beat 'em Bucs" (Pittsburgh Pirates Fight Song)

Box 3
Folder 203
Item 203 "Chorale Prelude: Mein Jesu' Was fur Seelenweh"

Holograph manuscript. 3 pages.

Item 203.1 Chorale Prelude letter, October 21, 1976

holograph manuscript. 1 page.

letter from "Roland" to Joe re manuscript.


Box 4
Folder 229 Class Notes, Carnegie Tech

contents originally enclosed in manila folder with the following inscription: Harmony Studies Carnegie Mellon Nicolai Lopatnicot 1950-1952

Folder enclosed in manila envelope with the follow inscription:

Original compositions for Carnegie Tech by Joe Negri