ADDENDUM TWO – ROYALTY PAYMENTS FROM SCHMIDT

ADDENDUM TWO – ROYALTY PAYMENTS FROM SCHMIDT

WC-280. 01/01/2020.

SPECIFIC CHARACTERISTICS: DRAMATIC OVERTURE. “I like your main motif extremely, – it is grim, and the cantilena that leads over into G major is lovely. That broken chord for the first horn is a great success. The brass is [sic] very discreet, perhaps a little too discreet.” (Chadwick note to Margaret)                                                                                                                                 Her work was described as having strong contrasts between the principal and subordinate themes. “It has some strong contrasts, especially between the chief theme and the subordinate. The first is grim and medieval, the second tender and human. To place these two in juxtaposition in itself gives something of dramatic power, and the development of both is singularly unconventional.” (Elson, History American Music, 306) 

 

From the Library of Congress collection.

Dec. 17, 1921

205 In the Twilight @ .03 $6.15

100 The Harbor of Dreams @ .04 $4.00

148 Five Songs @ .075$11.10

Jan. 24, 1922

Rental orch. Parts Heavenly Noel $5.00

Dec. 20, 1924

1777 Irish Folk Song (med.) @ .05 $88.85

Dec. 21, 1925

1015 Irish Love Song (med.) @ .05 $50.75

May 21, 1928

1000 Irish Love Song (in F) @ .05 $50.00

Apr. 21, 1931

320 Young Lady of Parma @ .01 $3.20

May 20, 1932

505 Irish Love Song (in F) @ .05 $25.25

Nov. 21, 1932

103 Rhapsody @ .065 $6.69

Dec. 19, 1933

210 Irish Mother’s Lullaby (low) @ .05 $15.50

Feb. 20, 1934

305 Day Is Gone (high) @ .05 $15.25

Oct. 20, ????

518 Old Man in a Tree @ .015 $6.22

Nov. 20, 1934

505 Irish Love Song (med.) @ .05 $25.25

Jan. 25, 1935

505 Irish Love Song (in F) @ .05 $25.25

Sept. 25, 1935

1028 Irish Love Song (Women)@ .01 $10.28

Mar. 20, 1936

260 Oriental Serenade@ .025 $6.50

May 20, 1937

305 Day Is Gone (mezzo) @ .05 $15.25

312 Grant We Beseech Thee @ .015 $3.74

Nov. 22, 1937

502 Irish Love Song (high) @ .05 $25.10

Mar. 21, 1938

503 Irish Love Song (D) @ .05 $25.15

Apr. 20, 1938

303 Irish Love Song (med.)” @ .05 $15.15

(Apr 20, 1938)?Australian Broadcasting Irish Love Song

1 1/2d. $.28

May 24, 1938

525 Irish Mother’s Lullaby (A flat)” @ .05 $26.25

210 Summer Noon @ .05 $10.50

Aug. 30, 1938

Two “Irish Love Song” broadcasting fees $1.81

Jan. 3, 1939

Rental of orch. Parts Heavenly Noel $3.00

Feb. 20, 1939

Rental Heavenly Noel (Presser)$2.50

Oct. 20, 1940

Performing fees $12.25

May 20, 1941

Australian broadcast 4 1/4d. $.07

May 20, 1941

US broadcasting fees Irish Love Song $1.05

May 20, 1941

249 Irish Love Song (in F) @ .05 $12.45

Aug. 22, 1941

Performing fees $14.54

Dec. 19, 1941

1000 Heavenly Noel @ .025 $25.00

Jan. 24, 1942

250 Irish Love Song (low) @ .05 $12.50

Aug. 24, 1942

301 Day Is Gone (high) @ .05 $15.05

Oct. 20, 1942

Performing fees $15.53

Mar. 19, 1943

250 Irish Love Song (in F) @ .05 $12.50

May 19, 1943

507 Irish Love Song (Wms. 516) @ .01 $5.07

Aug. 20, 1943

Performing fees $16.25

July 20, 1944

249 Irish Love Song (high) @ .05 $12.45

Oct. 20, 1944

Performance fees $12.25

Dec. 18, 1944

252 Irish Love Song (medium) @ .05 $13.60

June 21, 1945

Acknowledges a check for $21.75

July 7, 1945

Performing Fees $20.00

Nov. 20, 1945

254 Irish Love Song @ .05 $12.70

Dec. 18, 1946

252 Irish Love Song @ .05 $12.60

Apr. 18, 1947

318 Irish Mother’s Lullaby (Trio) @ .0125 $3.82

Dec. 17, 1947

215 More Nonsense Rhymes @ .10 $21.50

Apr. 20, 1948

520 Irish Love Song @ .05 $26.00

July 8, 1948

Broadcasting Fees $26.95

Transcriptions $4.50

Jan. 20, 1949

150 Summer Noon (med.) @ .05 $7.50

250 Irish Love Song (med.) @ .05 $12.50

Apr. 15, 1949

250 Irish Love Song @ .05 $12.50

Oct. 20, 1949

271 Irish Love Song (high) @ .05 $13.55

June 20, 1950

250 Irish Love Song (low) @ .05 $12.50

Dec. 14, 1951

150 Day Is Gone (B flat) @ .05 $7.50

Dec. 14, 1951

Broadcasting fees $9.40

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