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Personal photographs

Photographs of Caroline Kelly, her husband Timothy and her extended family, and other people and places associated with Caroline Kelly and her family.

Correspondence - Frederick William Scott Martin.

Letters written to family by Frederick (Fred) William Scott Martin while Martin was serving with the Australian Imperial Force in Australia, Egypt, Gallipoli, the United Kingdom and finally the Western Front from 1915 to 1917. Martin was Anne McCosker's uncle. The letters were published by McCosker in Lieutenant Martin's Letters (2013).

Remembering Babylon [Libretto]

Remembering Babylon : for tenor voice and piano, composed by Diana Blom ; text by David Malouf, 2 versions, one unpublished with holograph letter by Diana Blom, dated 8 Nov 2001; the other is the score published Wollongong, Wirrapang Pty Ltd, 2013, (31 pages); 21 x 30 cm, with note "Dear David, Finally published! Cheers Dinty".

Malouf, David, 1934-

'The Aspern Papers' [Libretto]

Comprised of two drafts:

  1. 'The Aspern Papers', opera in one act from the story by Henry James, typescript with extensive emendations and cut and paste inserts, 21 leaves, [David Malouf’s 2017 note: First written for the Canadian composer Owen Underhill. Commission fell through. Set by Melbourne composer Eve Duncan. Not yet commissioned for performance].
  2. 'The Aspern Papers : a chamber opera. Scene One'. Libretto by David Malouf. Based on a story by Henry James, 82 pages, with letter from Eve Duncan, 6 Aug 2013. Spiral bound.

Malouf, David, 1934-

Jane Eyre [Libretto]

'Jane or The Bride of Thornfield' (Jane Eyre), typescript, 18 leaves, a few emendations. [David Malouf’s 2017 note: First draft, 1996/8. Performed Cheltenham Festival. Toured London, Canberra, St Louis, USA.]. With associated letter by Malouf to Michael Berkeley. Accompanied by the published libretto, Jane Eyre, from cover 'A libretto by David Malouf for an opera by Michael Berkeley', 27 pages, published by Vintage in 2000.

Malouf, David, 1934-

The Fox and the Magpie [Libretto]

The Fox and the Magpie. A divertissement for two voices and four instruments. By David Malouf. Music by Kurt Schwertsik, 24 pages, spiral bound.

Malouf, David, 1934-

10,000 Miles Away [Experimental theatre]

10,000 Miles Away (1969-70) was commissioned in 1969 for performance in 1970 for Cook Bicentenary Year by Adult Education Department, Sydney University. Performed around New South Wales with 3 actors and directed by Rex Cramphorne. This subseries has 2 different versions that have been extensively edited with cut and paste inserts (stuck with sticky tape which have fallen apart).
There are two photocopies of each version which are to be used as access copies

Malouf, David, 1934-

Sheet music with text based on David Malouf’s work

Comprises: The Long View. For male choir. Music by Noel Ancell. The Crab Feast. For piano and percussion. Music by Eve Duncan. An die Musik. For SATB choir. By Andrew Ford. The text is based on Malouf’s poem of the same name, poems by Gwen Harwood and Thomas Shapcott as well as folk poems from Malaysia, the Pueblo Indians and Finland.

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