WILLIAM J. THORNTON PAPERS

Mss. 5012

Inventory

Compiled by

Susannah Montandon

Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections

Special Collections, Hill Memorial Library

Louisiana State University Libraries

Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University

2011

CONTENTS OF INVENTORY

SUMMARY .................................................................................................................................... 3
BIOGRAPHICAL/HISTORICAL NOTE ...................................................................................... 4
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE ................................................................................................... 5
LIST OF SUB-GROUPS, SERIES, AND SUBSERIES ................................................................ 6
SERIES DESCRIPTIONS .............................................................................................................. 7
INDEX TERMS ............................................................................................................................ 10
CONTAINER LIST ...................................................................................................................... 11
APPENDIX A ............................................................................................................................... 24

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SUMMARY

Size.

10 linear ft.

Geographic Locations.

Texas, Louisiana, California, Alabama, Minnesota, Iowa

Inclusive Dates.

1939-1998

Bulk Dates.

1941-1969, 1982-1995

Languages.

English

Summary.

The William J. Thornton Papers (1939-1998) consists primarily of music manuscripts, sheet music, oversized folio books, printed music booklets, programs, photographs, correspondence from a late twentieth century composer and music instructor. The papers also include recordings of his works on acetate record discs and cassette, reel-to-reel, and video tape, as well as digital copies transferred from these media to compact disc.

Access Restrictions.

Recordings on acetate discs, reel-to-reel tape, and cassettes are unavailable to patrons without permission from the Curator of Manuscripts. The recordings may be accessed digitally through the William J. Thornton Music Collection in the Louisiana Digital Library [ http://www.louisianadigitallibrary.org/cdm4/index_p15140coll54.php?CISOR OOT=/p15140coll54 ]

Reproduction Note.

May be reproduced.

Copyright.

Physical rights and copyright are retained by the LSU Libraries.

Citation.

William J. Thornton Papers, Mss. 5012, Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections, LSU Libraries, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Stack Location.

116:26-32

Digital Note.

Recordings and selected scores have been digitized and are available as the William J. Thornton Music Collection in the Louisiana Digital Collection: http://www.louisianadigitallibrary.org/cdm4/index_p15140coll54.php?CISOR OOT=/p15140coll54

BIOGRAPHICAL/HISTORICAL NOTE

William James Thornton Jr., was born July 31, 1919 in Birmingham, Ala. He left to study music at Louisiana State University in the late 1930s and in 1940 he won a CBS Radio “Gateway to Hollywood” audition held in Birmingham. He refused the offer and returned to LSU earning a bachelor’s degree in music composition in 1941. That same year he married his first wife Vivian Quaine Dyer. At LSU, Thornton’s principal composition teacher was Helen Gunderson, a leading woman composer and former student of Nadia Boulanger. Gunderson established the nationally recognized LSU Festival of Contemporary Music series in 1945, which continues to present day.

From 1942-1946 Thornton served in the United State Air Force Special Services and was stationed at Selman Field in Monroe, La. He composed, arranged, rehearsed, and directed the musical programming for Air Force shows. Thornton was eventually promoted to the rank of sergeant and toured the South Pacific as the music director of Air Force shows. During his military service he wrote over 180 compositions and musicals, including Sonatina for Violin and Piano (1944), which won first prize in the National Federation of Music Clubs Young Composers Contest held in Shreveport, La., in 1945. However, only one of Thornton’s musicals from this period has survived to this date, a musical comedy titled Gen. Clerk of the U.S. Army. The rest were either lost or burned by Thornton; according to a handwritten note in collection, he destroyed most of them after his service because he desired to be considered by his colleagues and peers as a serious composer and therefore did not want his name attached to comedic musicals.

After the war, Thornton continued his studies in music composition under the guidance of Helen Gunderson at LSU and earned a Master of Music degree in 1948. He then went on to the University of Southern California and completed a doctorate in 1953. While at USC, he was honored with the Performance Award of the Symposium of Western Composers and the Carolyn Alchin Award to study composition with Pulitzer Prize-winner Roger Sessions. His other music composition teachers included Halsey Stevens (a former student of Ernest Bloch) Miklos Rosza (one of the founding fathers of film music and one of the most nominated composers in Academy Award history) and Ingolf Dahl (the first composer to produce English performing translations of Arnold Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire and Igor Stravinsky’s Poetics of Music).

Thornton held appointments as professor of music at the University of Minnesota (1955-1956) and Parsons College in Fairfield, Iowa (1956-1960), before landing at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, where he spent the majority of his professional career. Beginning in 1960, Thornton was Professor of Music Theory and Composition and also served as Chairman of the Music Department for the next twenty years. Thornton was active in a number of state and national professional organizations including: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Sigma Iota, Sigma Nu, College Music Society, National Association of Composers USA, Music Educators National Conference, Texas Music Teachers Association, and the American Association of University Professors.

In addition to his teaching and professional duties, Thornton received numerous commissions throughout his career, most notably from the San Antonio Symphony, Parsons College, Louisiana State University, Trinity University, as well as several organizations and smaller ensembles including the San Antonio Art Institute, the Texas Manuscript Archive Committee, and the San Antonio Guitar Quartet. He was a fairly prolific composer and created works for a wide range of mediums including film, musicals, and one electronic piece titled Water Tower Music for Electro-Magnetic Tape (1984). His major compositions include: Sonata for Violoncello and Piano (1942), String Quartet No. 1 (1949), Serenade for Winds, Percussion, Piano and Double Bass (1950), Symphony No. 1 (1953), Sonata for Piano (1955), Festive Music for Orchestra (1961), Ceremony of Psalms (1969), Sinfonia Bejar (1976), Sonata for Piano Four Hands (1982), Solomon Songs (1984), Sonata for Alto Saxophone and Piano (1985), Sonata for Harp (1986), Spirit Divine, Attend our Prayers (1986), Fanfare for Brass (1986), Homage for Chamber Orchestra (1987), Fanfare for Band (1987), The Grasshopper (1987), Happy Are They, Psalm 1 (1988), Then in Thy Mercy (1988), Elegy for Trumpet and Piano (1989), Woodwind Quintet (1991), Elegy for Trumpet and Strings (1992), Te Deum Laudamus (1993) and Quartet for Classical Guitars (1994). See Appendix A for a full listing of his compositions including a chart that shows which pieces include scores and recordings in the collection, as well as CD and track number of digitized recordings.

In 1980, he earned the prestigious title of Professor Emeritus at Trinity University. One year later Vivian died and in 1984 he married Alice Marilyn Dutcher. Upon retiring in 1988, Thornton taught music in Pointe Coupée Parish, La., for one year and then accepted a lecturer position in music composition at the University of Texas at San Antonio where he remained until 1993. That same year his wife Alice died and he married Katherine Cornell. Thornton died on September 15, 1996, five days after the premier of his final composition, Festive Music for Organ (1995).

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

The William J. Thornton Papers consists of five series: music manuscripts, correspondence, printed items, photographs, and recordings. The music manuscripts include bound and loose sheet music; working and revised drafts of compositions, published copies of completed works, oversized folio books, and printed music booklets. The correspondence consists primarily of personal and professional communications with colleagues, publishers, reviewers, and organizations. These letters and memos mostly discuss literary works, ongoing music projects, event itineraries, and publishing issues. The recordings include acetate discs, video, audiocassettes, reel-to-reel tapes, and digitized versions on compact disc. The printed items include booklets, programs, newspaper clippings and other ephemera pertaining to performances of Thornton’s work. The photographs are mostly from live performances and feature Thornton’s wives, peers, friends, and colleagues.

LIST OF SUB-GROUPS, SERIES, AND SUBSERIES

I. Music Manuscripts, 1939-1995

A. Large Ensemble Works, 1941-1987

B. Chamber Ensemble Works, 1946-1994

C. Instrumental Works, 1939-1995

1. Solos, 1939-1995

2. Sonatas, 1942-1986

D. Vocal and Instrumental Works, 1941-1988, undated

1. Large Choral Works, 1947-1987, undated

2. Voice and Piano, 1941-1988

E. Other Works, ca. 1945-1969

1. Film, 1950

2. Musicals, ca. 1945-1969

F. Unfinished Sketches, ca. 1950-1953, undated

II. Correspondence, 1945-1995, undated

A. Music related communications, 1945-1995

B. Professional contacts, 1961-1992, undated

C. Personal Papers, 1969-1991, undated

III. Printed Items, ca. 1945-1998, undated

A. Personal music collection, 1947-1984, undated

B. Music performance materials, 1945-1994

C. Newspaper Clippings, ca. 1945-1992

D. Ephemera, ca. 1959-1998, undated

VI. Photographs, ca. 1945-1994

V. Recordings, 1941-1994

A. Audio tapes, 1951-1994

B. Acetate discs, 1939-1950

C. Video Tapes, ca. 1984-1993

SERIES DESCRIPTIONS

Series I. Music Manuscripts, 1939-1995

The Music Manuscripts series consists of loose and bound sheet music including published scores of William Thornton’s musical compositions. It is divided according to orchestration and instrumentation and then organized chronologically. See Appendix A for a full listing of his compositions including a chart that shows which pieces have scores and recordings in the collection, as well as CD and track number of digitized recordings. Recordings and selected scores have been digitized and are available as the William J. Thornton Music Collection in the Louisiana Digital Collection at: http://www.louisianadigitallibrary.org/cdm4/index_p15140coll54.php?CISOROOT=/p15140coll54 .

Subseries A. Large Works, 1941-1987

These compositions are comprised of his works for larger ensembles such as orchestra, wind ensemble, and band. They consist of loose and bound scores, and oversized folios.

Subseries B. Chamber Works, 1946-1994

These works contain an instrumentation of sixteen or fewer performers, including pieces for chamber orchestra and band ensembles, quartets, quintets, and duets.

Subseries C. Instrumental Works, 1939-1995

This subseries consists of two sub-subseries of compositions: solo instrumental works of piano and organ that do not retain the word ‘sonata’ in their respective titles (1939-1995) and works that are designated by the composer as ‘sonatas’(1942-1986). The instrumentation includes the solo instrument with piano accompaniment.

Subseries D. Vocal and Instrumental Works, 1941-1988, undated

These compositions consist of works for vocal choirs and solo voice. They are divided into two sub-subseries of larger choral works for more than one voice (1947-1987, undated), and solo voice and piano works (1941-1988).

Subseries E. Other works, ca. 1945-1969

This subseries consists of two musicals, Gen. Clerk of the U.S. Army and Follow the Sun, and a piece titled Symphony in Stone that Thornton completed for a film.

Subseries F. Unfinished Sketches, ca. 1950-1953, undated

This subseries is comprised of penciled sketches of unfinished works. They consist of student sketches and those done during Thornton’s professional career. Most, if not all, of these manuscripts are undated.

Series II. Correspondence, 1945-1995, undated

This Correspondence series consists of both professional and personal correspondence. Professional correspondence includes letters colleagues and other composers such as Peter Hanson. It also includes correspondence related to the composition, publication, and performance of his pieces, and personal letters relating to general music interest news from family and friends.

Subseries A. Music related communications, 1945-1995

This correspondence relates specifically to Thornton’s works and includes hand-written or typed letters to performers, organizations, and publishing companies. It is arranged by date of corresponding composition date. Correspondence that does not possess an identifiable date follows those that are dated. Though there is not related correspondence for all of Thornton’s works, there are several letters that mention two or more pieces. These items have been arranged chronologically according to date. There are also some instances in which a letter is related to a composition, but that work is not named and these have been arranged in chronological order. Many of the letters pertain to performances and publication attempts.

Subseries B. Professional contacts, 1961-1992, undated

This subseries is primarily comprised of letters from Thornton to other composers praising their compositions. These have been arranged in chronological order. The bulk of correspondence dates from around the 1970s, during which Thornton only produced three pieces, his lowest output.

Subseries C. Personal papers, 1969-1991, undated

This subseries contains letters and cards to and from Thornton that are related to music and other topics. Approximately half of the materials in this subseries are undated. Those with dates are arranged in chronological order and include personal letters from family members, friends, and colleagues with corresponding music-related articles sent out of interest, and Trinity University Centennial meeting guidelines. Correspondence without dates includes letters from friends and colleagues with music-related articles, unopened letters, and other items.

Series III. Printed Items, ca. 1945-1998, undated

This Printed Items series includes scores of other composers from Thornton’s personal music collection, recital booklets, and programs. It also contains performance and composition notes by the composer intended for audience members, along with newspaper clippings and other assorted materials such as music articles unrelated to Thornton, but related to musical theory.

Subseries A. Personal music collection, 1947-1984, undated

This subseries consists of published and copies of other composers’ scores, primarily Thornton’s music composition teachers at USC. The materials are arranged according to composer last name. In the cases where there is more than one piece listed for a composer, the pieces have been placed in alphabetical order by title.

Subseries B. Music performance materials, 1945-1994

This subseries includes recital programs, published booklets, church programs, recital performance notes, posters and other advertisements or printed items. They are arranged according to piece composition date. Those with more than one composition per recital program are placed in chronological order.

Subseries C. Newspaper Clippings, ca. 1945-1992

The newspaper articles pertain to performances, reviews of Thornton’s works, and award announcements. The clippings are arranged according to date of composition of piece. It includes the score ‘Water Tower Music’ for Electro-Magnetic Tape, along with the newspaper article there is a loose paper describing the structure of the piece.

Subseries D. Ephemera, ca. 1959-1998, undated

This subseries contains miscellaneous published and manuscript music-related materials, including recital programs of colleagues, potential performers, symphony programs, catalogs of scores, sheet music for purchase, information about friends and colleagues, composition submission announcements, church bulletins and sermons, and concert program information related to Thornton’s second wife Alice Dutcher. Non-published materials consist of hand-written lists and names of colleagues, friends, and publishers. Included are business cards from various performers. Also included is a floppy disk of the Sinfonia Bejar finale software files.

Series IV. Photographs, ca. 1945-1994

This series consists of photographs related to performances of Thornton’s compositions. One group includes photos from premiere performances of his works. Several of the photographs are annotated specific the place, date, players, and pieces. The second group is comprised of fourteen black and white photographs performances of the musicals written during his service in World War II. These do not contain any identifying information; however, they were originally placed in a folder with the script of Gen. Clerk of the U.S. Army, the only musical during Thornton’s service that survived.

Series V. Recordings, 1941-1994

This series includes several audio recordings of Thornton’s compositions on reel-to-reel tape, audio cassette tape, and acetate disc. They have been digitized to provide listening copies and are accessible via the Louisiana Digital Collection as the William J. Thornton Music Collection at http://www.louisianadigitallibrary.org/cdm4/index_p15140coll54.php?CISOROOT=/p15140coll54 , or on CD in the physical collection. Originals are not available to patrons without permission of the curator. See Appendix A for a full listing of Thornton’s compositions including a chart that shows which pieces have scores and recordings in the collection, as well as CD and track number of digitized recordings.

Subseries A. Audio tapes, 1951-1994

This subseries consists of recordings of Thornton’s compositions on audiocassette and reel-to-reel tape. Included is Thornton’s only electronic-magnetic tape recording that was created at Trinity University’s electronic music laboratory.

Subseries B. Acetate discs, 1939-1950

These are recordings of Thornton’s compositions and a broadcast to Thornton’s parents.

Subseries C. Video Tapes, ca. 1984-1993

This subseries consists of a VHS tape of Alice Dutcher Thornton’s vocal recital. There are two other performers, both from St. Philips College in San Antonio, Texas.

INDEX TERMS

Materials relating to these people, places, and things can be found in the series indicated, as represented by their numbers.

Band ensembles--Scores.

I

Brass ensembles--Scores.

I

Choral Music.

I

Composer--Texas--San Antonio.

I-V

Composition (Music).

I-V

Correspondence.

II

Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College--Dept. of Music--Alumni.

I-V

Military bases--United States.

I-III

Military music--Songs and Music.

I-III

Music--Performance.

II-V

Music--Societies.

II-III

Music teachers--Texas--San Antonio.

I-V

Musicals--Script.

I

Musicians--Texas--San Antonio.

I-V

Madrigals, Secular--Scores.

I

Motets, Sacred--Score.

I

Orchestra music--Scores.

I

Organ music--Scores.

I

Photographs.

IV

Piano music--Scores.

I

Records (sound recordings)

V

Sheet music.

I

Scores.

I

Sonatas--Scores.

I

String ensembles--Scores.

I

Symphonies--Scores.

I

Thornton, William J., 1919-1996.

I-V

Trinity University (San Antonio, Texas)

I-V

Woodwind ensembles--Scores.

I

World War, 1939-1945--Songs and music.

I-III

CONTAINER LIST

Recordings and selected scores have been digitized and are available as the William J. Thornton Music Collection in the Louisiana Digital Collection at: http://www.louisianadigitallibrary.org/cdm4/index_p15140coll54.php?CISOROOT=/p15140coll54 .

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Series I. Music Manuscripts, 1939-1995

Subseries A. Large Works, 1941-1987

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Symphonic Dance for Orchestra, 1941, original score and string parts (6 items)

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1

Symphonic Dance for Orchestra, 1941, score (1 item)

2

Symphonic Dance for Orchestra, 1941, score (1 item)

3

Symphonic Dance for Orchestra, 1941, score (1 item)

1

2

Serenade for Orchestra, 1948, scores (2 items)

3

Serenade for Orchestra, 1948, score, string parts (6 items)

4

Serenade for Winds, Percussion, and Double Bass, 1950, scores (2 items)

2

1

Serenade for Winds, Percussion, and Double Bass, 1950, sketch, parts (17 items)

2

Symphony No. 1, 1953, score, parts (37 items)

20

2

Symphony No. 1, 1953, score (1 item)

3

Symphony No. 1, 1953, score (1 item)

2

3

Festive Music for Orchestra, 1961, sketch, parts, scores (35 items)

3

1

Introduction and Dance for Orchestra, 1963, parts, scores, sketch (23 items)

20

4

Introduction and Dance for Orchestra, 1963, score (1 item)

3

2

Contrastes Mexicanos (orchestrated), 1970, scores, parts, 2 loose pages (24 items)

3

Sinfonia Bejar, 1976, scores, sketch (4 items)

19

4

Sinfonia Bejar, 1976, score (1 item)

20

5

Sinfonia Bejar, 1976, score (1 item)

4

1

Sinfonia Bejar, 1976, score, parts (38 items)

2

Fanfare for Band, 1987, scores, parts, sketch, 1 loose page (42 items)

19

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Fanfare for Band, 1987, scores (4 items)

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Subseries B. Chamber Works, 1946-1994

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3

Introduction and Fugue for Clarinet Quintet, 1946, scores, sketch (4 items)

5

1

String Quartet No. 1, 1949, scores, sketch, 1 loose page (4 items)

2

String Quartet No. 2, 1959, scores, parts, sketch (12 items)

6

1

Contrastes Mexicanos for 2 Pianos, 1959, scores, sketch (5 items)

2

Serenade for Flute, Clarinet, and String Trio, 1964, parts, sketch (11 items)

3

Fanfare for Brass, 1986, scores, parts, sketch (15 items)

4

Homage for Chamber Orchestra, 1987, parts, sketch (43 items)

7

1

Homage for Chamber Orchestra, 1987, scores (5 items)

2

Homage for Chamber Orchestra, 1987, scores (4 items)

8

1

Happy Are They, Psalm 1, 1988, scores, parts, sketch (14 items)

2

Woodwind Quintet, 1991, score, parts, sketch, 2 loose pages (14 items)

9

1

Woodwind Quintet, 1991, scores (6 items)

2

Elegy for Trumpet and Strings, 1992, scores, parts (24 items)

3

Quartet for Classical Guitars, 1994, scores/sketches of Jambalaya/Tango (6 items)

20

6

Quartet for Classical Guitars, 1994, copy of sketch (1 item)

10

1

Quartet for Classical Guitars, 1994, scores/sketches of Morning Song/Bordertown (4 items)

Subseries C. Instrumental Works, 1939-1995

Sub-subseries 1. Solo, 1939-1995

2

Invention in 2 Parts for Piano, 1939, score (1 item)

3

Suite for Piano, 1939, scores (2 items)

4

Elegy for Trumpet and Piano, 1989, scores, parts, sketch (5 items)

5

Theme for Improvisation, 1991, sketch (1 item)

6

Te Deum Laudamus for Organ, 1993, score, sketch (2 items)

7

Festive Music for Organ, 1995, scores, sketch (8 items)

Sub-subseries 2. Sonatas, 1942-1986

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11

1

Sonatina for Violoncello (or Clarinet) and Piano, 1942, scores, parts (4 items)

2

Sonatina for Violin and Piano, 1944, scores, part (8 items)

3

Sonata for Violoncello and Piano, 1950, scores, parts, sketch, 1 loose page (5 items)

4

Sonata for Piano, 1955, scores (5 items)

12

1

Sonata for Harpsichord, 1965, scores, sketch (3 items)

2

Sonata for Piano Four Hands, 1982, scores, sketch (5 items)

3

Sonata for Alto Saxophone and Piano, 1985, sketch (1 item)

13

1

Sonata for Alto Saxophone and Piano, 1985, scores, parts (8 items)

2

Sonata for Alto Saxophone and Piano, 1985, scores (4 items)

14

1

Sonata for Alto Saxophone and Piano, 1985, parts (4 items)

2

Sonata for Harp, 1986, scores, sketch (4 items)

Subseries D. Vocal and Instrumental Works, 1941-1988, undated

Sub-subseries 1. Large Choral Works, 1947-1987, undated

3

Two Madrigals: November Night, Triad, 1947-1948, scores (7 items)

20

1

Two Madrigals: November Night, Triad, 1947-1948, score (1 item)

14

4

Aperite Mihi Portas Justitiae, 1959, scores, sketch 1 loose page (6 items)

5

Ceremony of Psalms, 1969, complete score, 1 loose page (2 items)

15

1

Ceremony of Psalms, 1969, sketch, pages of text (39 items)

2

Ceremony of Psalms, 1969, scores of individual movements, parts (16 items)

3

The Laurie Benediction, 1971, scores, 1 loose page, sketch (4 items)

4

Sanctus Benedictus, Agnus Dei, 1984, scores, parts, sketch (15 items)

5

Spirit Divine, Attend Our Prayers, 1986, scores, sketch (5 items)

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1

The Grasshopper, 1987, scores, sketch (8 items)

2

Dresden Amen/Choral Response, undated, scores (2 items)

3

Madrigal: Ah, Dear Heart, undated, scores (3 items)

4

Madrigal: Ah, This Parting, undated, scores (3 items)

5

Madrigal: Early Before the Day, undated, scores (3 items)

6

Madrigal: When the Earth in Springtime Shines, undated, scores (3 items)

7

Motet: 3 Voice Motet, undated, scores (2 items)

8

Motet: Alleluia, undated, scores (2 items)

9

Motet: Dies Sanctificatus, undated, score (1 item)

10

Motet: Kyrie, undated, score, sketch (2 items)

Sub-subseries 2. Voice and Piano, 1941-1988

11

The Moon Maiden, 1941, scores, sketch (6 items)

12

Three Songs of H.L. Sutton, 1957, scores, sketch (5 items)

13

Resolution, 1972, score (1 item)

14

Solomon Songs, 1984, scores, sketch, pages of text (10 items)

15

Solomon Songs, 1984, scores, scores of individual movements (9 items)

17

1

Then in Thy Mercy, 1988, scores, sketch (7 items)

Subseries E. Other works, ca. 1945-1969

2

Symphony in Stone, 1950, score, parts, sketch, loose pages (26 items)

3

Gen. Clerk of the U.S. Army, ca. 1945, script (1 item)

4

Follow the Sun, 1969, scores, script, sketches, pages of text (24 items)

Subseries F. Unfinished Sketches, ca. 1950-1953, undated

5

Sonata for Two Pianos, Stravinsky (orchestration), ca. 1950-1953, sketch (1 item)

6

Piece for Two Pianos, 1950, sketch (1 item)

7

Symphony Hermosa Beach, undated, score, sketch (2 items)

8

Little Suite for Piano, undated, sketch (1 item)

9

Suite for String Orchestra, undated, sketch (1 item)

10

Sonata No. 2 for Violoncello and Piano, undated, sketch (1 item)

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1

Miscellaneous Musical Sketches, undated, sketches (10 items)

2

Miscellaneous Student Sketches, undated, sketches (5 items)

Series II. Correspondence, 1945-1995, undated

Subseries A. Music related communications, 1945-1995

21

1

Sonatina for Violin and Piano, 1945, letter (1 item)

2

Sonata for Violoncello and Piano, 1986, 1987, 1990, letters (12 items)

3

Aperite Mihi Portas Justitiae, 1963, 1966, letters (5 items)

4

Contrastes Mexicanos for 2 Pianos, 1986, 1989-1990, letters (6 items)

5

Festive Music for Orchestra, 1964, letters (2 items)

6

Introduction and Dance for Orchestra, 1967, letter (1 item)

7

Sonata for Harpsichord, 1983-1986, letters (13 items)

8

Ceremony of Psalms, 1969-1971, letters (12 items)

9

Follow the Sun, 1968, letter (1 item)

10

Contrastes Mexicanos (orchestrated), 1969, 1975, letters (4 items)

11

Sinfonia Bejar, 1976, letters (7 items)

12

Sinfonia Bejar, 1986, 1993, letters (18 items)

13

Sonata for Piano Four Hands, 1985-1986, letters (18 items)

14

Sonata for Harp, 1989, letter (1 item)

15

Fanfare for Band, 1989, letter (1 item)

16

The Grasshopper, 1987, letters (2 items)

17

Homage for Chamber Orchestra, 1986-1989, letters (10 items)

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18

Festive Music for Organ, 1994-1995, letters (7 items)

19

Contrastes Mexicanos/Aperite Mihi Portas Justitiae, 1963-1966, letters (4 items)

20

Sonata for Violoncello and Piano/Sonata for Piano Four Hands, 1985, 1986, letters (2 items)

21

Sonata for Violoncello and Piano/Sonata for Saxophone and Piano, 1989, letter (1 item)

22

Contrastes Mexicanos/Sonata for Harp, 1989, letter (1 item)

23

Ceremony of Psalms/Aperite Mihi Portas Justitiae, 1969, letters (2 items)

24

Sonata for Saxophone and Piano/Sonata for Piano Four Hands/Solomon Songs/Sinfonia Bejar, 1985, letters (2 items)

Subseries B. Professional contacts, 1961-1992, undated

25

Sam Houston State Teacher’s College, 1961 (2 items)

26

Howard Hanson, University of Rochester, 1966-1967 (2 items)

27

Trinity University Memo, Centennial Banquet, 1969 (2 items)

28

Louisiana Federation of Music Clubs, 1971 (1 item)

29

Symphony Society of San Antonio, 1974 (4 items)

30

National Endowment for the Arts, 1974 (10 items)

31

Trinity University, Bicentennial Celebration, 1975-1976 (10 items)

32

William Latham, North Texas State University, 1977 (1 item)

33

Arthur Gottschalk, Rice University, 1986 (1 item)

34

Gerald Frank, Oklahoma State University, 1987 (2 items)

35

Festival of Texas Composers, 1988 (2 items)

36

Joe Stuessy, University of Texas, 1988 (1 item)

37

Chris Teal, Blair String Quartet, 1992 (2 items)

38

Mary Duran, Texas Composers Forum, undated (1 item)

Subseries C. Personal papers, 1969-1991, undated

39

Letters to Parents, 1969 (5 items)

116:26-32

40

George Henderson, letter and article, 1970 (3 items)

41

Letter from unknown, article, 1973 (2 items)

42

Thornton Christmas letter, 1991 (8 items)

43

Letter from ‘Jack and Ruth’, undated (1 item)

44

Unopened letter delivered to Interlochen Music Camp, undated (1 item)

45

Unopened letter, undated (1 item)

46

Letter, article, program, notes from ‘R… undated (4 items)

47

Letter, Messiaen score from ‘R… undated (2 items)

48

Letter, article from Paul, undated (3 items)

18

3

Letter from Dick B…, undated (2 items)

Series III. Printed Items, ca. 1945-1998, undated

Subseries A. Personal music collection, 1947-1984, undated

4

Moon Canticle, Bassett, 1971 (1 item)

5

Aperite Mihi Portas Justitiae, Buxtehude, 1953 (1 item)

6

Sabor a mi, Carrillo, 1959 (1 item)

7

Mirage, Chrobajian, 1970 (1 item)

8

The Fancy Blue Devil’s Breakdown, Dahl, 1953 (2 items)

9

Monteverdiana, Fink, 1980 (1 item)

10

With Song and Dance, Fritschel, 1972 (1 item)

11

El Barle de Luis Alonso, Gimenez, 1982 (1 item)

12

Lamentaciones de Jeremias Propheta, Ginastera, 1947 (1 item)

13

Sei denh, Jajcevic, 1968 (1 item)

14

The Vision, Jergenson, 1961 (1 item)

15

Sonatina for Bassoon and Piano, Kohs, 1953 (1 item)

16

Psalm 120, Lunde, 1971 (1 item)

17

Sing Unto the Lord a New Song, Mechem, 1965 (1 item)

116:26-32

18

Minuet, Mozart, undated (1 item)

19

De Profundis, Nystedt, 1966 (1 item)

20

Pavane, Ravel, 1984 (1 item)

21

Serenade for Viola and Piano/Sonata No. 3 for Piano, Stevens, 1947, 1953 (2 items)

22

Psalm 154/Psalm 1, Stevens, 1954, 1966 (2 items)

23

Concert G-Dur, Vivaldi/Palmer Church, White, undated (2 items)

Subseries B. Music performance materials, 1945-1994

21

49

Sonatina for Violin and Piano, 1946-1947, recital programs (6 items)

50

Gen. Clerk of the U.S. Army, 1945, recital programs (2 items)

51

Sonata for Violoncello and Piano, 1986-1990, recital programs, ads (12 items)

52

Symphony No. 1, 1958, 1962, recital programs (4 items)

53

Aperite Mihi Portas Justitiae, 1960-1966, recital programs, notes (8 items)

54

Contrastes Mexicanos for 2 Pianos, 1962/1982, 1989-1990, recital programs, ads, notes (21 items)

55

Introduction and Dance for Orchestra, 1963, concert series ad (1 item)

18

24

Carolyn Calvert Bells, 1964, recital program (1 item)

21

56

Sonata for Harpsichord, 1966, 1974, recital programs, invitation (3 items)

57

Ceremony of Psalms, 1969-1970, 1973, recital programs, notes (7 items)

58

Follow the Sun, 1968, recital program, ad (2 items)

59

Contrastes Mexicanos (orchestrated), 1984-1985, recital programs (5 items)

60

Sinfonia Bejar, 1976, recital programs, notes, 7 items)

61

Sonata for Four Hands, 1985, recital program (1 item)

62

Sanctus Benedictus, Agnus Dei, 1985/1987, church programs (4 items)

63

Fanfare for Band, 1987-1988/1992, recital programs, notes (9 items)

116:26-32

64

The Grasshopper, 1987-1988, recital programs, ads (6 items)

65

Homage for Chamber Orchestra, 1988-1992, recital programs, notes, ads (17 items)

66

Happy Are They, Psalm 1, 1990-1991, recital programs, notes (4 items)

67

Then in Thy Mercy, 1989, 1993, church bulletins, recital programs (3 items)

68

Elegy for Trumpet and Piano, 1990, recital programs (2 items)

69

Elegy for Trumpet and Strings, 1992, recital programs, notes (3 items)

70

Quartet for Classical Guitars, 1994, recital programs, notes, posters (15 items)

71

Multiple Thornton compositions with 1 recital program, 1964-1991 (6 items)

Subseries C. Newspaper Clippings, ca. 1945-1992

72

Sonatina for Violin and Piano, ca. 1945 (5 items)

73

Keep ‘Em Frying, ca. 1945, (1 item)

74

Sonata for Violoncello and Piano, c.1986 (1 item)

75

Symphony No. 1, ca. 1953-1962 (2 items)

76

Three Songs of H.L. Sutton, ca. 1957 (1 item)

77

Contrastes Mexicanos for 2 Pianos, ca. 1959, 1989 (4 items)

78

String Quartet No. 2, ca.1988 (1 item)

79

Carolyn Calvert Bells, 1964, 1987 (3 items)

80

Sonata for Harpsichord, ca. 1965 (1 item)

81

Ceremony of Psalms, ca. 1969 (5 items)

82

Follow the Sun, ca. 1968-1969 (2 items)

83

Contrastes Mexicanos (orchestrated), ca. 1970 (1 item)

84

Sinfonia Bejar, ca. 1976 (3 items)

85

Water Tower Music, ca. 1984 (2 items)

86

Fanfare for Band, ca. 1987-1992 (5 items)

87

Homage for Chamber Orchestra, 1988 (2 items)

116:26-32

88

Happy Are They, Psalm 1, 1990 (2 items)

89

Elegy for Trumpet and Strings, 1992 (1 item)

90

Aperite Mihi Portas Justitiae, 1976 (1 item)

91

Unnamed Thornton Piece, 1984 (1 item)

Subseries D. Ephemera, ca. 1959-1998, undated

92

Recital programs of Colleagues/Potential Performers, 1962-1991 (32 items)

93

Catalogs to purchase sheet music, 1986/undated (2 items)

94

Composition Submission Announcements, undated/1985/1987/1995 (5 items)

95

Recital programs, notes, ads of wife Alice Thornton, c.1964 (3 items)

96

Church Bulletins, sermons, c.1959-1988 (10 items)

97

Contact information/Business Cards, undated (18 items)

98

Sinfonia Bejar Finale Software Files, c.1998 (1 item)

Series V. Photographs, ca. 1945-1994

99

Airforce Musical Production Photos, ca. 1945 (14 photos)

100

Photos of PremieresTe Deum Laudamus, 1993/Quartet for Classical Guitars, 1994 (3 photos)

101

Thornton portrait, undated (1 photo)

Series V. Recordings, 1941-1994 (See Appendix A for CD and track number of digitized recordings.)

Subseries A. Audio tapes, 1951-1994

22

Cassette tape: Sonata for Piano, 1955. Date of Performance: August 27, 1976

Cassette tape: Aperite Mihi Portas Justitiae, 1959. Date of Performance: April 6, 1966

Cassette tape: Contrastes Mexicanos (orchestrated), 1970. Date of Performance: February 22, 1985

Cassette tape: Sinfonia Bejar, 1976. Date of Performance: 1976

116:26-32

Cassette tape: Sonata for Piano Four Hands, 1982. Date of Performance: March 13, 1985

Cassette tape: Sanctus Benedictus, Agnus Dei, 1984. Date of Performance: January 20, 1985

Cassette tape: Solomon Songs, 1984. Date of Performance: June 5, 1984

Cassette tape: Sonata for Alto Saxophone and Piano, 1985. Date of Performance: April 28, 1986

Cassette tape: Fanfare for Band, 1987. Date of Performance: February 29, 1992

Cassette tape: The Grasshopper, 1987. Date of Performance: November 30, 1987

Cassette tape: Happy Are They, Psalm 1, 1988. Date of Performance: November 11, 1990

Cassette tape: Elegy for Trumpet and Piano, 1989. Date of Performance: January 24, 1990

Cassette tape: Woodwind Quintet, 1991. Date of Performance: May 19, 1991

Cassette tape: Elegy for Trumpet and Strings, 1992. Date of Performance: March 19, 1992

Cassette tape: Quartet for Classical Guitars, 1994. Date of Performance: c.1994

23

Reel-to-reel: String Quartet No. 1, 1949. Date of Performance: April 8, 1953

24

Reel-to-reel: Serenade for Winds, Percussion, and Double Bass, 1950. Date of Performance: July 31, 1951

25

Reel-to-reel: Sonata for Violoncello and Piano, 1950. Date of Performance: July 31, 1951

26

Reel-to-reel: Sonata for Violoncello and Piano, 1950. Date of Performance: March 30, 1987

27

Reel-to-reel: Symphony No. 1, 1953. Date of Performance: January 23, 1962

28

Reel-to-reel: Three Songs of H.L. Sutton, 1957. Date of Performance: March 26, 1966

29

Reel-to-reel: Contrastes Mexicanos for 2 Pianos, 1959. Date of Performance: March 22, 1962

30

Reel-to-reel: String Quartet No. 2, 1959. Date of Performance: March 30, 1960

31

Reel-to-reel: Festive Music for Orchestra, 1961. Date of Performance: April 26, 1963

32

Reel-to-reel: Serenade for Flute, Clarinet, and String Trio, 1964. Date of Performance: May 24, 1964

33

Reel-to-reel: Sonata for Harpsichord, 1965. Date of

Performance: January 19, 1970

116:26-32

34

Reel-to-reel: Sonata for Harpsichord, 1965. Date of Performance: November 20, 1966

35

Reel-to-reel: Ceremony of Psalms A, 1969. Date of Performance: 1969

36

Reel-to-reel: Ceremony of Psalms B, 1969. Date of Performance: 1969

37

Reel-to-reel: Contrastes Mexicanos (orchestrated), 1970. Date of Performance: April 17, 1968

38

Reel-to-reel: Electronic Music Workshop, c.1984. Date of Performance: n/a

39

Reel-to-reel: ‘Water Tower Music’ for Electro-Magnetic Tape, 1984. Date of Performance: October 10, 1984

40

Reel-to-reel: Homage for Chamber Orchestra, 1987. Date of Performance: March 8, 1988

Subseries B. Acetate discs, 1939-1950

41

1

Suite for Piano, 1939. Date of Performance: 1940

2

Invention for Two Trumpets, ca.1940s, Date of Performance: ca. 1940-1950

3

Improvisation ‘at Lutcher,’ c.a1940s, Date of Performance: ca. 1940-1950

4

Broadcast to Mother and Father Part I (side 1) & Part II (side 2), 1941. Date of Performance: June 1, 1941

5

Sonatina for Violoncello (or Clarinet) and Piano (side 1), 1942/The Moon Maiden (side 2), 1941. Date of Performance: August 6, 1942/November 24, 1943

6

Symphonic Dance for Orchestra Part I (side 1) & Part II (side 2), 1941. Date of Performance: May 20, 1942

7

Symphonic Dance for Orchestra Part III (side 1), 1941. Date of Performance: May 20, 1942

8

Sonatina for Violoncello (or Clarinet) and Piano, 1942. Date of Performance: November 24, 1943

9

Sonatina for Violoncello (or Clarinet) and Piano I (side 1) & II (side 2), 1942. Date of Performance: May 9, 1948

10

Sonatina for Violoncello (or Clarinet) and Piano III (side 1), 1942. Date of Performance: May 9, 1948

11

Sonatina for Violin and Piano Part I (side 1) & Part II (side 2), 1944. Date of Performance: October 20, 1945

12

Introduction and Fugue for Clarinet Quintet, 1946. Date of Performance: May 9, 1948

116:26-32

13

Two Madrigals: November Night, Triad, 1947/8. Date of Performance: May 6, 1949

14

Improvisation: Lesson & Night on Bald-Ass Mountain, 1948. Date of Performance: 1948

15

String Quartet No. 1 Part I (side 1) & Part II (side 2), 1949. Date of Performance: 1951

16

Symphony in Stone, Montage Sequence, 1950. Date of Performance: c.1950

Subseries C. Video Tapes, ca. 1984-1993

42

Tape: Alice Dutcher Thornton Recital, ca. 1984-1993

Tape: Alice Dutcher Thornton Recital, ca. 1984-1993

Note: See Appendix A for CD and track number of digitized recordings.

Thornton CD No. 1, 1940-1949

Thornton CD No. 2, 1948-1953

Thornton CD No. 3, c.1950-1987

Thornton CD No. 4, 1960-1966

Thornton CD No. 5, 1963-1970

Thornton CD No. 6, 1969-1985

Thornton CD No. 7, 1976-1985

Thornton CD No. 8, c.1984-1985

Thornton CD No. 9, 1984-1986

Thornton CD No. 10, 1987-1992

Thornton CD No. 11, 1991-1992

Thornton CD No. 12, c.1994

APPENDIX A

Chronological listing of all compositions including a chart that shows which pieces have scores and recordings in the collection, as well as CD and track number of digitized recordings.

Title

Score/ Script

Electronic Format

Original Format

Date of Performance

CD: Track

Invention in 2 Parts for Piano, 1939

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Suite for Piano, 1939

YES

YES, mp3

Disc

1940

1:1

Invention for Two Trumpets, c.1940s?

NO

YES, mp3

Disc

1940-1950?

1:2

Improvisation ‘at Lutcher’, c.1940s?

NO

YES, mp3

Disc

1940-1950?

1:3

Broadcast to Mother and Father, Part I & II, 1941

NO

NO (CD only)

Disc

6/1/1941

1:4

The Moon Maiden, 1941

YES

YES, mp3 (2)

Disc

11/24/1943

1:5/1:6

Symphonic Dance for Orchestra, 1941

YES

YES, mp3

Disc

5/20/1942

1:7

Sonatina for Violoncello (or Clarinet) & Piano, 1942

YES

YES, mp3

Disc

08/06/1942

1:8

Sonatina for Violoncello (or Clarinet) & Piano, 1942

YES

YES, mp3

Disc

11/24/1943

1:9

Sonatina for Violoncello (or Clarinet) and Piano, 1942

YES

YES, mp3 (3)

Disc

05/09/1948

1:10/1:11 /1:12

Sonatina for Violin and Piano, 1944

YES

YES, mp3

Disc

10/20/1945

1:13

Gen. Clerk of the U.S. Army, c.1945

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Keep ‘Em Frying, c.1945

NO

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Title

Score/ Script

Electronic Format

Original Format

Date of Performance

CD: Track

Introduction and Fugue for Clarinet Quintet, 1946

YES

YES, mp3

Disc

05/09/1948

1:14

Two Madrigals: November Night, Triad, 1947/8

YES

YES, mp3

Disc

05/06/1949

1:15

Improvisation: Lesson & Night on Bald-Ass Mountain, 1948

NO

YES, mp3

Disc

1948

2:1

Serenade for Orchestra, 1948

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

String Quartet No. 1, 1949

YES

YES, mp3

Reel-to-reel

04/08/1953

2:2

String Quartet No. 1, 1949

YES

YES, mp3

Disc

1951

2:3

Serenade for Winds, Percussion, and Double Bass,

1950

YES

YES, mp3

Reel-to-reel

07/31/1951

2:4

Sonata for Violoncello and Piano, 1950

YES

YES, mp3

Reel-to-reel

07/31/1951

3:1

Sonata for Violoncello and Piano, 1950

YES

YES, mp3

Reel-to-reel

03/30/1987

3:2

Symphony in Stone, 1950

YES

YES, mp3

Disc

c.1950

3:3

Symphony No. 1, 1953

YES

YES, mp3

Reel-to-reel

01/23/1962

3:4

Sonata for Piano, 1955

YES

YES, mp3

Cassette

08/27/1976

3:5

Three Songs of H.L. Sutton, 1957

YES

YES, mp3 (3)

Reel-to-reel

03/26/1966

3:6/4:1/ 4:2

Aperite Mihi Portas Justitiae, 1959

YES

YES, mp3

Cassette

04/06/1966

4:3

Contrastes Mexicanos for 2 Pianos, 1959

YES

YES, mp3

Reel-to-reel

03/22/1962

4:4

Title

Score/ Script

Electronic Format

Original Format

Date of Performance

CD: Track

String Quartet No. 2, 1959

YES

YES, mp3

Reel-to-reel

03/30/1960

4:5

Festive Music for Orchestra, 1961

YES

YES, mp3

Reel-to-reel

04/26/1963

5:1

Introduction and Dance for Orchestra, 1963

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Carolyn Calvert Bells, 1964

NO

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Serenade for Flute, Clarinet, and String Trio, 1964

YES

YES, mp3

Reel-to-reel

05/24/1964

5:2

Sonata for Harpsichord, 1965

YES

YES, mp3

Reel-to-reel

01/19/1970

5:3

Sonata for Harpsichord, 1965

YES

YES, mp3

Reel-to-reel

11/20/1966

5:4

Ceremony of Psalms, 1969

YES

YES, mp3 (8)

Reel-to-reel

1969

6:1-6:8

Follow the Sun, 1969

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Contrastes Mexicanos (orchestrated),

1970

YES

YES, mp3

Cassette

02/22/1985

6:9

Contrastes Mexicanos (orchestrated),

1970

YES

YES, mp3

Reel-to-reel

04/17/1968

6:10

The Laurie Benediction, 1971

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Resolution,

1972

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Sinfonia Bejar, 1976

YES

YES, mp3

Cassette

1976

7:1

Sonata for Piano Four Hands, 1982

YES

YES, mp3

Cassette

03/13/1985

7:2

Electronic Music Workshop,

c.1984

NO

YES, mp3

Reel-to-reel

n/a

8:1

Sanctus Benedictus, Agnus Dei, 1984

YES

YES, mp3

Cassette

01/20/1985

8:2

Title

Score/ Script

Electronic Format

Original Format

Date of Performance

CD: Track

Solomon Songs, 1984

YES

YES, mp3

Cassette

06/05/1984

8:3

‘Water Tower Music’ for Electro-Magnetic Tape, 1984

NO

YES, mp3

Reel-to-reel

10/10/1984

9:1

Sonata for Alto Saxophone and Piano, 1985

YES

YES, mp3

Cassette

04/28/1986

9:2

Fanfare for Brass, 1986

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Sonata for Harp, 1986

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Spirit Divine, Attend Our Prayers, 1986

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Fanfare for Band, 1987

YES

YES, mp3

Cassette

02/29/1992

10:1

The Grasshopper, 1987

YES

YES, mp3

Cassette

11/30/1987

10:2

Homage for Chamber Orchestra, 1987

YES

YES, mp3

Reel-to-reel

03/08/1988

10:3

Happy Are They, Psalm 1, 1988

YES

YES, mp3

Cassette

11/11/1990

10:4

Then in Thy Mercy, 1988

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Elegy for Trumpet and Piano, 1989

YES

YES, mp3

Cassette

01/24/1990

10:5

Theme for Improvisation, 1991

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Woodwind Quintet, 1991

YES

YES, mp3

Cassette

05/19/1991

11:1

Elegy for Trumpet and Strings, 1992

YES

YES, mp3

Cassette

03/19/1992

11:2

Te Deum Laudamus for Organ,

1993

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Quartet for Classical Guitars, 1994

YES

YES, mp3 (4)

Cassette

1994

12:1-12:4

Festive Music for Organ, 1995

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Title

Score/ Script

Electronic Format

Original Format

Date of Performance

CD: Track

Dresden Amen/Choral Response, undated

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Madrigal: Ah, Dear Heart, undated

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Madrigal: Ah, This Parting, undated

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Madrigal: Early Before the Day, undated

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Madrigal: When the Earth in Springtime Shines, undated

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Motet: 3 Voice Motet, undated

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Motet: Alleluia, undated

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Motet: Dies Sanctificatus, undated

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a

Motet: Kyrie, undated

YES

NO

n/a

n/a

n/a