• Costumes 

      Coates, Albert, 1882-1953
      Costumes and stage design. Notes. Blue ink illustrations on transparent paper of traditional Russian costumes and fashion in the eighteenth century.
    • The defence of Guenevere 

      Coates, Albert, 1882-1953
      Orchestral works. Piano score. Guenevere symphony.
    • The dawn of love 

      Coates, Albert, 1882-1953
      Vocal music. Songs. Vocal score. Markings in pencil.
    • The boy David 

      Coates, Albert, 1882-1953
      Opera. Vocal score. Incomplete.
    • The boy David 

      Coates, Albert, 1882-1953
      Opera. Vocal score. Loose sketches and drafts. Duet : David and Saul.
    • The boy David 

      Coates, Albert, 1882-1953
      Libretto. The boy David. Annotated in blue ink.
    • Card 

      Coates, Albert, 1882-1953
      Correspondence. General. Post card from Cynthia Asquith to Esther Blackburn. Reference to orchestration of The boy David.
    • Card 

      Coates, Albert, 1882-1953
      Correspondence. Christmas card from Dulcie Howes. Contains: Christmas carol for soprano, alto or tenor, and bass; music by Paul Dukes; words by Phyllis Lean. Inscribed: "With much love from Dulcie". Signed in red ink.
    • The Lord's prayer 

      Coates, Albert, 1882-1953
      Vocal music. Songs. Vocal score. Arrangement.
    • Defence of Guenevere 

      Coates, Albert, 1882-1953
      Orchestral works. Full score. Annotations.
    • The defence of Guinevere 

      Coates, Albert, 1882-1953
      Synopsis. The defence of Guinevere [Guenevere] / poem by William Morris ; music by Albert Coates. Annotations and corrections in pencil.
    • Letter 

      Coates, Albert, 1882-1953
      Correspondence. Letter from Esther Blackburn informing Albert Coates that Lady Cynthia Asquith has sole rights to The boy David and that she has given permission to Coates to orchestrate it.
    • Letter 

      Coates, Albert, 1882-1953
      Correspondence with Vera de Villiers [Vera Coates]. Article. Suggestion for photographs and illustration. Areas deleted in blue ink.
    • Letter 

      Coates, Albert, 1882-1953
      Correspondence with Vera de Villiers [Vera Coates]. Letter to Edwin E. Worman (Ibbs & Tillett) regarding Albert Coates programme. Refers to enclosed resume of Albert Coates. Suggests "Concert in memory of Albert Coates and ...
    • Letter 

      Coates, Albert, 1882-1953
      Correspondence with Vera de Villiers [Vera Coates]. Letter from Hans Friedk. Hellmint Weisbach regarding Bach, Kunst der Fuge. Annotated in blue ink. Accompanying material to this letter includes pdv2-b2-2-11a to pdv2-b2-2-11h.
    • Letter 

      Coates, Albert, 1882-1953
      Correspondence. Letter from Beatrice Marx. Reference to enclosed carbon copy of article to be published in The Times. Attached: Envelope addressed to Albert Coates.
    • Letter 

      Coates, Albert, 1882-1953
      Correspondence with Vera de Villiers [Vera Coates]. Letter to Mrs. Tillett (Ibbs & Tillett) regarding Albert Coates programme with London Symphony Orchestra (In Memoriam and Piano Concerto).
    • Letter 

      Coates, Albert, 1882-1953
      Correspondence with Vera de Villiers [Vera Coates]. Letter from Edwin E. Worman (Ibbs & Tillett) regarding Albert Coates programme at Wigmore Hall. Reference to piano part of Little Alfie.
    • Letter 

      Coates, Albert, 1882-1953
      Correspondence. Letter from Pat [Shankland] regarding the Zarathustra.
    • Letter 

      Coates, Albert, 1882-1953
      Correspondence. Letter from [Gladys].