“Composer’s corrected copy”–Added to title page in pencil in composer’s hand. The published score, in arrangement for full orchestra, with additions and annotations by the composer in red and blue crayon and pencil. 1945.
Reproduced from holograph, with annotations and corrections by the composer in red crayon and pencil. Autograph inscription on title page: “For Benny Goodman” (1948).
Manuscript of Bernstein’s transcription for piano, signed (“Bernstein”) and notated in blue-black ink on up to six systems per page. A working manuscript with deletions, including a passage of three bars, corrections and alterations, additional music by Bernstein in crayon, pedal markings and annotations (“observe the detached character of the melody!”), and further markings in pencil, some in another hand. Includes caricatures of Aaron Copland by Leonard Bernstein at bottom of first page in brown ink and one in pencil.
Reproduced from holograph, with annotations and corrections by the composer in red crayon, blue crayon (caption only) and pencil. Title page and title page verso in hand of composer written in black ink; title page also includes annotation in pencil, and red stamp impression of music publisher Boosey & Hawkes.