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.
William Blake Poems and Three Sonnets by Walter Lowenfels, set to music by Norman Curtis
Songs for the Theatre,1953 Production
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.
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
“Gus and Sadie Love Song,” Scene 5
Note: Original: Disc 161A/29
“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
Overture, Serfdom, Mother Conceives a Child
Note: Original: Disc 161A/32
Pharoah's Daughter Finds the Baby
Note: Original: Disc 161A/32
Processional to the Court
Note: Original: Disc 161A/32
The Merry Widow
Acts I and II, Songs in German
Note: Original: Disc 161A/33
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