RGALIRossiiskii Gosudarstvennyi Arkhiv Literatury i Iskusstva (Russian State Archive of Literature and Art)
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Eizenshtein: Iz nasledii," special issue of Kinovedcheskiezapiski 36/37 (1997/98): 235-36; and RGALI f.
Samokhvalov, Short report on the meetings and contact information held from 10 to 14 January 1977, 4 February 1077, RGALI, f.
Shostakovich's sketches for his symphonies are held in RGALI and the Glinka Museum, with facsimiles and some original manuscripts also preserved in the Dmitri Shostakovich Archive.
Lily Charasoff s literary remains have been preserved in the Russian State Archive of Literature and Art (RGALI) in Moscow.
Courtesy of Galina Zlobina (Deputy Director, RGALI) and Simon Morrison (Professor of Music, Princeton University) June 2007
(7) Among countless examples of the demand for Shklovskii's services are his retention as a 'script consultant' by Brik during the latter's tenure as Head of the Script Department at Mezhrabpom, on terms that not only guaranteed him additional fees for any original script material he himself submitted, but which also did not prevent him developing scripts for other studios, and all for a salary not much short of Brik's, who was effectively locked into an exclusive contract: RGALI, f.
(5.) In my analysis of the reception of these productions, I found numerous examples of such reviews, generally kept in theater fonds at RGALI or in the Moscow Theater Library archives.
(32) Ketlinskaia seemed cordial, not close, with Inber (RGALI f.
The handwriting, based on comparison of Feinerman's hand with his original letters to Tolstoy in the manuscript division at the Tolstoy State Museum and in his archive at RGALI, appears to be authentic.
(2) The archival typescript is reproduced for the first time in this issue, courtesy of RGALI (Russian State Archive for Literature and Art), in the copy that Prokofiev saw in the spring of 1936, together with a verse translation by James E.
Even in the sketchy information about The Hand of Moscow contained in the Eisenstein archive in RGALI, we detect a certain dualism that was characteristic of most of his projects on Moscow topics.