Vally Weigl donated the bulk of Weigl’s holograph scores and sketches, as well as copyists’ and published scores, to the New York Public Library. Scattered additional holograph compositional material is held at the Library of Congress, the Austrian National Library, and the Wienbibliothek im Rathaus. These archives, and other research libraries and institutions listed below, also hold primary biographical material (correspondence, photographs, and papers), ancillary performance documentation (programs and reviews), and secondary literature; the Karl Weigl Papers at Yale University, in particular, include a wide range of such life documents. All research institutions allow materials to be viewed and studied on site only. For information on a specific work, click on Music on the navigation bar or search this site by title.
Note: To facilitate the planning of research travel, the U.S. libraries are listed by state and city, the European ones by city only.
San Rafael, CA
Karl Weigl Foundation
Holdings include: musical materials (holograph scores and sketches, study scores, performance scores and materials, and recordings); an extensive collection of primary biographical materials (life documents, correspondence, and photographs); and published materials (books, brochures, newspaper and journal articles, and performance programs and reviews).
Stanford University, Green Library
Holdings include: Weigl correspondence with Ernst Bacon; see Special Collections, Ernst Bacon Papers.
New Haven, CT
Yale University, Irving S. Gilmore Music Library
Holdings include: holograph, photocopied, and published Weigl scores; holograph and photocopied correspondence; photographs, catalogs, programs, newspaper articles, and other secondary literature; see Karl Weigl Papers, MSS 73 (and online finding aid, Register to the Karl Weigl Papers).
University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries, Special and Area Studies Collections
Holdings include: Weigl correspondence, notes, and typescripts; also Vally Weigl correspondence and printed concert programs; see Musicians Material (Karl Weigl).
Holdings include: Weigl correspondence with Julius Bittner and Ignaz Friedman; see Moldenhauer Archives at Northwestern University (online finding aid).
Harvard University, Houghton Library
Online Archival Search Information System (OASIS): http://oasis.lib.harvard.edu/oasis/deliver/advancedsearch?_collection=oasis
Holdings include: several Weigl holographs sketches, as well as correspondence and biographical and publicity materials; also scores and correspondence from Vally Weigl; see Moldenhauer Archives at Harvard University, MS Mus 261 (online Library of Congress finding aid); and Rudolf Kolisch Papers, MS Mus 195.
New York, NY
American Composers Alliance
Holdings include: correspondence between Karl Weigl and ACA, as well as contracts, documents, and source materials for all the Weigl works distributed by ACA; these materials are housed and accessible at the University of Maryland (College Park), Special Collections in Performing Arts Library; ACA is in the process of organizing and scanning its archival materials. For a list of the Karl Weigl works distributed by ACA, see http://www.composers.com/search/moder/node/karl%20weigl.
New York, NY
Carnegie Hall Corporation Archive
Holdings include: 1 holograph letter from Gustav Mahler to Weigl from 1910; 1 photograph of Weigl from 1948.
New York, NY
New York Public Library, Performing Arts Research Division (Lincoln Center)
www.nypl.org/locations/lpa; see also http://catalog.nypl.org/
Holdings include: extensive and representative collection of holograph, copyists’, and published scores, as well as sketches; for a detailed list of the 247 items in this collection see .
New York, NY
New York Public Library, Humanities and Social Sciences Library (Fifth Avenue), Manuscripts and Archives Section
Holdings include: Weigl and Weigl-related correspondence and other materials; see Emergency Committee in Aid of Displaced Foreign Scholars Records; and Sprague Collection.
New York, NY
Pierpont Morgan Library
Holdings include: correspondence addressed to Weigl from Gustav Mahler, Arnold Schoenberg, and Richard Strauss; copy of Weigl’s song Fraue, du süsse, published in Die Musik; see Mary Flagler Cary Music Collection.
Edwin A. Fleisher Collection of Orchestral Music, Free Library of Philadelphia
Holdings include: copied orchestral scores and parts to most of Weigl’s orchestral music, as well as correspondence with Weigl and others, related to the copying of Weigl scores through the WPA Music Copying Project (November 1934–March 1943).
Haverford College, Magill Library, Special Collections
Holdings include: 1 Weigl holograph score of the song The Refugee; also Emma Cadbury materials and information about the Vienna Quaker Center; see the Jones-Cadbury Family Papers, ca. 1770-1994; Ms. Coll. 1172.
Swarthmore College, McCabe Library, Friends Historical Library
Holdings include: correspondence between the Weigls and Elizabeth and Robert Yarnall; also materials relating to the Vienna Quaker Center.
Library of Congress
Holdings include: holograph scores and sketches, as well as Weigl correspondence; see Ernst Bacon Collection (or finding aid); Serge Koussevitzky archive (or finding aid); Edward and Marian MacDowell Collection (online finding aid); and Hans Moldenhauer Archives (online finding aid).
University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center
Holdings include: newspaper clippings, biographical texts, and concert programs relating to Weigl, as well as published scores.
Vienna Arnold Schönberg Center
Holdings include: holograph and photocopied Weigl correspondence with Arnold Schoenberg and other Weigl-related items.
Holdings include: Weigl holograph works, sketches, and published scores, as well as extensive body of Weigl and Weigl-related correspondence; see Nachlass Karl Weigl, Sign. F74; Universal Edition Sammlung; Teilnachlass Marie Katholicky-Soffé; and others.
Wienbibliothek im Rathaus
For Moldenhauer Archive materials, see also Library of Congress Finding Aids: http://findingaids.loc.gov/
Holdings include: holograph and published Weigl scores, as well as correspondence; see M09M; Nachlass Wilhelm Kienzl; Sammlung Robert Steinbach; and Sammlung Hans Moldenhauer.
Holdings include: Weigl correspondence with Hans Gál.