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Letter from Aaron Copland to Nicolas Slonimsky, May 13, 1928
Letter from Aaron Copland to Nadia Boulanger, December 6, 1978.
Appalachian Spring

Appalachian Spring

[lecture/speech]

Letter from Aaron Copland to Natalie Koussevitzky, April 25, 1930.
Letter from Aaron Copland, 1978.

Letter from Aaron Copland, 1978.

statement on the death of Carlos Chávez

Letter from Aaron Copland to Carlos Chávez, September 1937.
Letter from Aaron Copland to Serge Koussevitzky, October 18, 1939.
Letter from Aaron Copland to Harold Spivacke, May 10, 1943
Letter from Aaron Copland to Louis Kaufman, June 2, 1944.

Letter from Aaron Copland to Louis Kaufman, June 2, 1944.

[Harvard University Department of Music stationery]

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