Marc Blitzstein Papers, 1918-1989

Container Title
Series: Other Tape and Disc Recordings
Note: Most tape and disc recordings are listed under production title elsewhere in this list.
513A/11
William Blake Poems and Three Sonnets by Walter Lowenfels, set to music by Norman Curtis
554A/4
Songs for the Theatre,1953 Production
761A/1
Interview with Brenda Lewis by Joseph S. Terzo and Eric Gordon, 1978 September 26; broadcast on WWUH, West Hartford, Connecticut, 1978 October 15.
Scope and Content Note: Lewis discusses the production and recording of Regina, which she sang in the Columbia recording of the 1958 production by the New York City Opera.
764A/1
Music by Leonard Lehrman, recorded from WBAI radio broadcasts during its “Lehrman Day,” 1979 March 21
Physical Description: Very poor quality recording. 
Scope and Content Note: These compositions are not by Blitzstein, but are included because Lehrman finished Blitzstein's Idiots First.
Scenes from an unidentified musical, 1938 January 5
1049A/16
“Gus and Sadie Love Song,” Scene 5
Note: Original: Disc 161A/29
1049A/16
“Yasha and Dauber,” Scene 6
Note: Original: Disc 161A/30
Unidentified musical, solo piano music recorded in the studios of G. Schirmer Inc., New York
1049A/18
Overture, Serfdom, Mother Conceives a Child
Note: Original: Disc 161A/32
1049A/18
Pharoah's Daughter Finds the Baby
Note: Original: Disc 161A/32
1049A/18
Processional to the Court
Note: Original: Disc 161A/32
The Merry Widow
1049A/19
Acts I and II, Songs in German
Note: Original: Disc 161A/33
1049A/19
Lotte Lenya reading “Kinderdreuzzung, 1939,” 1955 Christmas
Note: Original: Disc 161A/65
Disc 161A/66-67
Bobby Darin singing “Mack the Knife” and “Was There a Call for Me”
Disc 161A/68
Ella Fitzgerald singing “Mack the Knife”
Disc 161A/69
“I Never Lived I Just Was” and “I Love You Like My Mother”
Disc 161A/70
“Swanee River”, “I Can't See Why You Are,” “Please Be Sweet”
Disc 161A/71
Mina sings “La Notte” and “Il Cielo in Una Stanza”
Disc 161A/72
“I'll Be With You in Apple-Blossom Time” and “Threepenny Opera”
Disc 161A/73
Mama Ines sings “Mamba, Cha-cha, Merengue” and “Moritat - Bye-you Rhythm”
Physical Description: Broken disc 
Disc 161A/74
“Mack the Knife” in Yiddish (“Ha'Merkava, Mackie Sakinai”)
Physical Description: Broken disc 
Disc 161A/75
“Moritat” and “Baubles, Bangles, and Beads” / by the Dick Hyman Trio
Disc 161A/76
“Back o'Town Blues” and “Mack the Knife” / by Louis Armstrong and His All-Stars