MC 074

Guide to the Sal Mosca business records, audiovisual recordings, and realia, 1950-2007

By Eric Horowitz, Don Messina, and Elizabeth Surles

2017-04

Institute of Jazz Studies, Rutgers University Libraries

Finding aid encoded in EAD, version 2002 by Elizabeth Surles 2017 April

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Mosca, Sal, 1927-2007
Title: Sal Mosca business records, audiovisual recordings, and realia
Dates: 1950-2007
Quantity: 15 boxes (6 linear feet)
Abstract: The collection includes sound and video recordings, music, datebooks, correspondence, and realia documenting the professional life of jazz pianist and educator Sal Mosca.
Collection No.: MC 074
Language: English
Repository: Rutgers University Libraries. Institute of Jazz Studies.

Biographical Note

Sal Mosca (1927 April 17 – 2007 July 28) was an American jazz pianist and educator whose career spanned the 1940s through the 2000s. Born in Mt. Vernon, New York, he started studying piano at the age of twelve and playing professionally and teaching lessons by the time he was 15. Mosca joined the United States Army in 1944 and played in and arranged for the United States Army Band until 1946. He subsequently enrolled at the New York College of Music and New York University as a music student. After graduating Mosca studied with jazz icon Lennie Tristano for eight years. Tristano’s instruction greatly influenced Mosca’s style as a post-bop, cool jazz performer and composer.

Starting in 1949, Mosca collaborated frequently with fellow musicians Lee Konitz and Warne Marsh on recordings and performances. For the next two decades, Konitz and Marsh were among Mosca’s most frequent collaborators, and Mosca would continue to play with Marsh until the 1980s. Beyond his work with Marsh and Konitz, Mosca was also the pianist for many historically significant recording sessions, including a 1951 date with Miles Davis and Max Roach, as well as many collaborations with Peter Ind. Mosca has appeared on over 23 record releases, both as a soloist and in various musical ensembles. Mosca’s solo performances always featured free improvisation, and a series of his solo concerts in Europe were recorded and released on several albums during his lifetime and posthumously. Although he recorded frequently over the course of his career, Mosca declined several record contracts and chose to remain an independent artist. He felt that remaining independent from commercial success would keep his focus on playing and teaching. Although he most frequently performed with his closest musical partners such as Konitz and Marsh, he also played with Billie Holiday, Bill Bauer, Roy Haynes, Kenny Clarke, Sarah Vaughn, and Stan Getz, among many others over the years.

After Mosca’s divorce from Stella DiGregorio in 1965, he converted a building in Mount Vernon, NY into an apartment and music studio where he gave music lessons for the rest of his life. Mosca’s role as a jazz music educator is central to his career and legacy. He taught hundreds of students during his lifetime, although at the end of his life, Mosca suffered from poor health, which negatively impacted his playing and teaching. After a January 2007 European tour, Mosca fell ill and never recovered. He died at the age of 80 on July 28, 2007.

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Scope and Content Note

The collection documents Mosca’s career as a teacher, recording artist, and performer, including materials from every decade of Mosca’s career after 1950. His professional papers date primarily from the latter years of his career and include datebooks, correspondence, ephemera, album royalty and music publishing documents, music scores, lyrics, awards, and a ledger. The collection also includes a large quantity of audiovisual recordings spanning the decades from the 1950s until the 2000s. Formats include compact disc (CD), digital audio tape (DAT), VHS video cassette tape, digital video disc (DVD), audio cassette tape, and open reel audio tape. These include sound and video recordings featuring interviews with Sal Mosca and recordings of him in solo performance and performing with others. The most significant materials in the collection are the audio recordings, as they represent nearly the entirety of Mosca’s live and studio recording sessions. Roughly half of these recordings are digital CD copies made by Mosca’s frequent collaborator, bassist Don Messina, some of which were provided courtesy of musicians who performed with Mosca. The collection also includes Mosca’s beige cashmere jacket, which he regularly wore during performances in his later years and wears on the album covers for Sal Mosca: The Talk of the Town, Live at the Bimhuis; You Go to My Head; and Sal Mosca, Recital in Valahalla.

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Arrangement Note

The collection is arranged in three series and five subseries.

1. Business records, 1956-2006
2. Realia, undated
3. Audiovisual recordings, 1950-2007
3.1. Recordings of Sal Mosca, 1982-2004
3.2. Recordings from or by Sal Mosca’s students,1991-2006
3.3. Recordings from or by other musicians, 1975-1995
3.4. Uncategorized recordings, 1987-2005
3.5. Recordings from Don Messina, 1950-2007

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Additional guide to digitized audiovisual recordings

The Guide to Digitized Sal Mosca Audiovisual Recordings, by Don Messina, provides detailed information about the recordings in subseries 3.5. This inventory includes a unique identifier for each recording, date, personnel, instrumentation, recording location, information about the original media carrier, song titles, related commercial releases, and commentary by Messina.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Sal Mosca business records, audiovisual recordings, and realia (MC 74), Institute of Jazz Studies, Rutgers University Libraries.

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Detailed Description/Container List

Series 1. Business Records, 1956-2006
Arrangement
Series 1 is arranged by type of material and then chronologically.
Box Folder
1 1 Calendar, 1976
2 Calendar, 1991
3 Calendar, 1994
4 Calendar, 1995
5 Calendar, 1996
6 Calendar, 1997
Box Folder
2 1 Calendar, 1998
2 Calendar, 1999
3 Calendar, 2003
4 Calendar, 2004
5 Calendar, 2005
Box Folder
3 1 Calendar, 2006
2 Correspondence, 1981-2003
3 Marketing and performance ephemera, 1979-2003 and undated
4 Album royalty and publishing records, 1956-1997 and undated
5 Scores, 1982-2002 and undated
6 Scores and lyrics, undated
Box Folder
4 1 Awards, 2004-2005
2 Ledger, 1984-1999
Series 2. Realia, undated
Box
5 Cashmere jacket, undated
Series 3. Audiovisual recordings, 1950 -2007
Arrangement
Series 3 is arranged in five subseries according to the source of recording and its content and format. Subseries 3.5 was arranged by Don Messina according to content and date.
Scope and Content
Subseries 3.1-3.4 came from Sal Mosca's personal collection and include video cassettes, cassette tapes, compact discs, digital audio tapes, and open reel audio tapes. The titles of the audiovisual materials in subseries 3.1-3.4 are derived from labels on the media, their containers, or liner notes. Some audiovisual materials have date information that reflects both the original recording date and the date of reformatting. Subseries 3.5 consists of recordings digitized by Don Messina, which are described in detailed inventories that accompany this finding aid. Many of the original recordings contained in the first four subseries were transferred by Messina and are available on CD in subseries 3.5.
Conditions Governing Access
Original format audio recordings may be available by request. All compact disc recordings are open for research. Video recordings are unavailable for research pending creation of preservation and access copies.
Subseries 3.1: Recordings of Sal Mosca, 1982-2004 and undated
Box
10 Bob, Chris, Tim – Sal (For Sal CD) cassette tape, 1993 September 25
Sal, Lee, Dom cassette tape, undated
Lee Konitz Very Cool (Verve) cassette tape, undated
NOS Jazz Festival cassette tape, 1982 August 12
Lenny Popkin: Sal Mosca cassette tape, 1982 February 28
Lenny Popkin + Sal Mosca cassette tape, 1982 June 6, 1982 October 6
Lenny Popkin: Sal Mosca cassette tape, 1982 March 10, 1982 October 6
Box
11 Featuring Sal Mosca w/ Lee Konitz, Warne Marsh, Peter Ind, Don Ferrara + Others (2 hrs.) open reel audio tape, undated
Sal Mosca and Jimmy Halperin Birthday Concert VHS video cassette, 2004 April 24-April 25
Bob Arthurs Interviews Jimmy Hill, Vinnie Dean, Eddie Bert, Sal Mosca + Carmen Leggio 11/03 MCW VHS video cassette, 2003 November
Box
12 Sal Mosca 4Tet 4 Hour Tunes compact disc, undated
Brown Halperin Quartet 11.08.03 At Sal’s compact disc, undated
Session at Sal Mosca’s studio in Mt. Vernon, NY Saturday afternoon compact disc, 2004 December 4
November 03 Session Sal’s compact disc, 2003 November
Subseries 3.2 Recordings from or by Sal Mosca's students, 1991-2006 and undated
Box
10 Ballads for Sal Steve Silverman cassette tape, undated
Steve Silverman in San Francisco cassette tape, 1993 June
Charles Sibirsky Broadcast WNYC cassette tape, 1993 September 10
Charles Sibirsky Piano Comping cassette tape, 1992 August
Happy Birthday Tape Steve Silverman Peter Sal cassette tape, undated
Charles Sibersky Bass: Murray Wall cassette tape, undated
II. A. Billy Lester, Buck B Bessie Smith w. Louis (From Alex Damien) cassette tape, 1992 January
I. Billy Lester, Buck Alex Damiei cassette tape, 1992 January
Steve Silverman: Study Tape cassette tape, undated
Peter w/ Drums Steve Sil. cassette tape, undated
Billy Lester – Toronto cassette tape, 1991 June
Box
11 Recorded by Billy Lester – July ’69 Bird, Prez, Bud, Miles + many others open reel audio tape, undated
Box
12 Dary John Mizelle Track 1. Baseball for Two Pianos I. Opening day 13” Track 2. Grains computer music 14’ 16” compact disc, undated
Dary John Mizelle Track 1. Baseball for Two Pianos 2006 I. Opening Day 13’ II. Mudsummer Slump 17’ III. World Series 10 compact disc, undated
Dary John Mizelle Symphony Space Concert compact disc, 2006 November 30
Dary John Mizelle Sonata II Polyvelance compact disc, undated
Rick Moore and Tom Werth Recorded in Hobe Sound, Florida compact disc, 2003 May 9
Subseries 3.3 Recordings from or by other musicians, 1975-1995
Box
7 Lennie Tristano in Europe Bud Powell at Birdland cassette tape, undated
Warne’s Broadcast For Sal cassette tape, undated
Warne/Starhighs L.T. Toronto cassette tape, undated
Ind’s Studio cassette tape, undated
Alexa Fila cassette tape, 1991 June
Cornelia Street Mark Diorio Mike Gold Tox Drohar cassette tape, 1993 July 27
Larry Bluth Trio Pollini: Beethoven Two Songs cassette tape, June 9 undated
Jim Halperin Holland Concert cassette tape, 1992 April 3
Warne Jazz From the East Village Alex Fila: Mike Kanin cassette tape, 1995 August
Jimmy Halperin Larry Meyer 4tet cassette tape, undated
A. Lennie Tristano B. Sal Mosca cassette tape, undated
Lennie Tristano in Europe Bud Powell at Birdland cassette tape, undated
Two Days in the Life of Warne Marsh cassette tape, undated
Lennie Tristano in Europe Bud Powell at Birdland cassette tape, undated
Lennie Tristano in Europe Bud Powell at Birdland cassette tape, undated
Lennie Tristano Chicago + NY Scene Rockin’ Chair 46-47-49 cassette tape, undated
Mark Diorio + Lou Stelluti cassette tape, 1993 December 21
Jim Halperin Bimhaus cassette tape, 1992 April
Mark Diorio cassette tape, 1993 April 19
Warne - Gary – Live cassette tape, undated
Mark Diorio Interview WNYC cassette tape, 1994 May 20
Warne Solo Practice cassette tape, undated
Mark Diorio Solo Guitar cassette tape, 1993 July
Mark DioOrio cassette tape, undated
Larry Bluth, John Alba, Bill Chattin Tape 2 cassette tape, 1987 March 15
Warne Jazz from the East Village Jimmy Garrison Ronnie Ball cassette tape, undated
Tristano Bud Powell Interview cassette tape, 1976 February 21
Bud Powell Solos cassette tape, undated
Warnes Solos Steve Sil. cassette tape, undated
Stan Getz Interview WKCR cassette tape, 1989 March 4
Warne: West End cassette tape, 1983 December 2 and 1984 January 28
Peter Ind Bass Lines cassette tape, 1992 October
(A) Duke Jordan – Kenny Clark – Oscar Pettiford (Blues in F) (B) Peter Ind cassette tape, undated
Art Tatum V Discs cassette tape, undated
Art Tatum The V Discs cassette tape, undated
Lennie Tristano in Europe Bud Powell at Birdland cassette tape, undated
Tatum Better cassette tape, undated
A. Django Reinhardt (1949) B. Art Tatum (1941) cassette tape, undated
Jim Halperin Mike Gold Kanin – Tim Pleasant East 32nd cassette tape, undated
Warne – Connie Carnegie cassette tape, 1975 October 4
Warne: Uncut/ Sal Only cassette tape, undated
Uncut Warne for Sal Only cassette tape, undated
Box
10 Lee and Warne at Montmartre cassette tape, undated
Jim Halperin cassette tape, undated
Jim Halperin cassette tape, undated
Bud – Bird – Getz Tatum Trio – Ferguson cassette tape, undated
Warne Chet Baker cassette tape, undated
Warne: Longshore C.C. cassette tape, undated
Ralph Kirkpatrick Art Tatum 2+3 Part Inventions cassette tape, undated
Warne at Gullivers Bird Interview cassette tape, undated
Bud Powell Recorded France 1960 and 1964 cassette tape, undated
Bud Powell 1947 and 1953 cassette tape, undated
Lee Konitz cassette tape, 1987 January 17
Lee Konitz cassette tape, 1987 January 17
Warne Hague cassette tape, undated
Jazz Keyboard Lennie Tristano cassette tape, undated
Bud Powell Bill Evans cassette tape, undated
Warne – Karen Grogh cassette tape, undated
Warne WKCR cassette tape, 1987 December 21
(A) Warne WKCR (B) WKCR ¼ cassette tape, undated
(A) Warne Meets Gary (B) Tristano Trio/Quartet cassette tape, undated
Warne West End cassette tape, 1986
Natalie Rae – Final Mixes cassette tape, undated
Larry Bluth, Bill Chattin, Don Messina cassette tape, 1991 November 17
M[ichael] Gold w/ Harvey Diamond Vassar College cassette tape, 1993 November
Michael Gold Qt. cassette tape, 1991 August
Jimmy Halperin Trio New Year’s Day cassette tape, 1986 January 1
Warne Marsh Quartet Mode LP 125 cassette tape, undated
Sarah Vaughn: Lester Young Key Note cassette tape, undated
Box
12 Jimmy, Don, Bill and Larry sound disc (CD), undated
Larry Bluth Don Messina Bill Chattin sound disc (CD), undated
Bud Strictly Confidential 2x sound disc (CD), undated
Peter Ind “Bass Lines” record sound disc (CD), undated
Peter Ind Basic Tempo sound disc (CD), undated
Art Tatum Alternate Takes sound disc (CD), undated
Box
11 Some Bud Powell, Clifford Brown, Charlie Parker, and others open reel audio tape, undated
Agien Gould: Bill Evans VHS video cassette, undated
Hyman Solo + Int: Garner VHS video cassette, undated
Jazz Musicia[n]s talk about Europe Vanguard Hubbard: Carter; Women Concert Vanguard Vanguard: Lee Konitz VHS video cassette, undated
undated
Subseries 3.4 Uncategorized recordings, 1987-2005 and undated
Box
8 Untitled cassette tape, undated
Kenny Drew Jr. cassette tape, undated
YMA Sumac cassette tape, undated
Ted Brown Trio : Trio Hod O’Brien cassette tape, undated
LT 1 cassette tape, undated
LT 2 cassette tape, undated
LT 3 cassette tape, undated
undated
Anita O’Day Big Band and Tea for Two cassette tape, undated
Anita O’Day w. o. Peterson, Sarah Vaughn – Later cassette tape, undated
Scott LaFaro “Sextet February 1963” “For Real 1958” cassette tape, undated
Angry Squire cassette tape, 1992 February 2
Hot House Ornithology Anthropology cassette tape, undated
Prez Royal Roost Lester Young cassette tape, 1946 undated
Billie Holliday Rehearsal, 1955 August cassette tape, undated
Jan Gorbaty cassette tape, 1993 December 20
Dr. Lowenstein Steve Sil cassette tape, undated
Bob Arthurs Quintet Irvington cassette tape, 1992 November
Scott Lafaro December 28, 1959 cassette tape, undated
Pat Moran: Scott LaFaro Paul Chambers cassette tape, undated
Bird 42-43, Bud 49-50 cassette tape, undated
Pete with Drums cassette tape, undated
A) Dick Wetmore Compositions and Arrangements by Bob Zieff (B) Dick Twardzik Don’t Blame Me (with Charlie Parker) cassette tape, undated
Lester Solos with Billy cassette tape, undated
The Port of Harlem Jazzmen Mostly Blues cassette tape, undated
Lennie: Bird: Kenny Clarke cassette tape, 1951 undated
Bird Flight Show (Interview with Connie, Lennie, Carol, Phil Schaap) cassette tape, undated
Larry, John, Bill cassette tape, 1987 March 15
Monty Alexander, Emily Remler, Frank Kimbrough cassette tape, undated
Mel Powell with Benny Goodman cassette tape, undated
Victur Mansur Live at Caligula cassette tape, 1988 February
(A) Lloyd Lifton Solo (B) Lars Gullen Bari Sax cassette tape, undated
undated
Bass Tape Peter cassette tape, undated
Jimmy Blanton cassette tape, undated
City of Glass Prez, Bird This Modern World JATP cassette tape, undated
Rhythm Section Bird Tunes cassette tape, undated
undated
Bonnie – Billy – Joe 2nd Set cassette tape, 1987 May 3
Bonnie : Billy: Joe Concert at Charles Sibersky’s Brooklyn, NY cassette tape, 1987 May 3
Nat Cole cassette tape, undated
undated
Django cassette tape, undated
Django w/ Orch Duets cassette tape, undated
Robert Publicker (“For Sal from Robert”) cassette tape, 1989 June
Lee Young Interview Phil Schaap cassette tape, 1988 August 27
Lee Young; Phil Schaap Interview cassette tape, 1988 August 27
Bass Tape: Peter cassette tape, undated
Bass Tape Peter cassette tape, undated
(A) Nat Cole Live (B) Errol Garner cassette tape, undated
Box
9 Judy Niemack Westchester Conservatory cassette tape, 1991 November
WBAI Jazz Day 1 + 2 cassette tape, undated
Prez: 1948 Royal Roost, 1952 Birdland cassette tape, undated
Bonds for Freedom Broadcast cassette tape, undated
Billy Lester WNYC cassette tape, 1992 September 3
Alan Broadbent Trio cassette tape, undated
Denise cassette tape, undated
L.T. Confucius cassette tape, undated
Charlie Christian cassette tape, undated
Fundamentum 6 cassette tape, 1990 June 20
George Barnes w/ Ruby Braff and Hank James etc. cassette tape, undated
BLT 1 cassette tape, undated
BLT 2 cassette tape, undated
R. Publicker Summer 1990 cassette tape, 1990 August 3
Peter – Time cassette tape, undated
Bass lines for Sal Mosca cassette tape, undated
Rhythm Tape cassette tape, undated
Fats Navarro cassette tape, undated
Bird cassette tape, undated
Bird Interview Jazz by Paul Desmond Club cassette tape, undated
Django cassette tape, undated
Django Nat Cole Trio cassette tape, undated
Joe Solomon Bass Lines cassette tape, undated
Joe Solomon Bass Lines cassette tape, undated
Joe Solomon Bass Lines cassette tape, undated
Skip Scott cassette tape, undated
Willie Kapell cassette tape, undated
(A) Timofey Dokschutzer (B) Helen Merrail – Clifford cassette tape, undated
Lester Young – Early/Char. Chris Not House – Warne + Red cassette tape, undated
Fats Waller 1937 Lennie 1949 Ted Brown + Jim Ranes cassette tape, undated
Angry Squire Tape 1 (copy) Bob A, Jimmy H, Jon E, John A, Tim P. cassette tape, undated
Angry Squire Tape 2 Bob, Jimmy, Jon, John, Tim cassette tape, undated
Vincent Foti “The Sampler” cassette tape, undated
Jazz Sampler “Sinatra” cassette tape, 1998 May 19
Jeri Southern: Big Band, Rosemary Clooney: John Oddo Scott Hamilton cassette tape, undated
Joe Solomon Bass Tape cassette tape, undated
Box
10 Untitled cassette tape, undated
B Roy Eldridge cassette tape, undated
Pat Martino cassette tape, undated
“I Love You Like I Love the Rain” Julio Vitolon: Big Band, Rosemary Clooney: John Oddo Scott Hamilton cassette tape, undated
Lee Glantz cassette tape, 1986
For Sal: “Le Sainte Depieit” cassette tape, undated
Bird Lines Full Speed + Half Speed cassette tape, undated
Ted, Murray, Tim, Chas. cassette tape, 1980
Scott LaFaro WKCR cassette tape, undated
Box
12 Eight untitled CDs, undated
L.T. East 32nd St. sound disc (CD), undated
Bob Arthurs Quartet sound disc (CD), 2004 April 24
Bob Arthurs Quartet sound disc (CD), 2004 April 24
Bob Arthurs Quartet sound disc (CD), 2004 April 25
Bob Arthurs Quartet sound disc (CD), 2004 April 25
Bob Arthurs Quartet with Jim Halperin sound disc (CD), undated
Jon Easton Don + Bill sound disc (CD), 2003 November
Mark Weber sound disc (CD), undated
Arthur – Don Chris – Don’s House sound disc (CD), undated
Chris – Don. Arthur sound disc (CD), undated
Chris – Don – Arthur sound disc (CD), 2005 May 1
Contents of Special CD for Sal Mosca sound disc (CD), undated
Bass Tracks sound disc (CD), undated
Lee Wiley 1. Night in Manhattan 2. Vincent Youmens 3. Irving Berlin sound disc (CD), undated
Bass Tape In tune sound disc (CD), undated
Dodie on Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin St. sound disc (CD), undated
These Foolish Things 4 sound discs (CD), undated
Lee Wiley sound disc (CD), undated
Dave McKenna sound disc (CD), undated
Duke Jordan sound disc (CD), undated
1. Duke Jordan 2. Reets and I sound disc (CD), undated
Andrew Hill sound disc (CD), undated
Dolores O’neill Maxine Sullivan sound disc (CD), undated
Joe Ascione Pete Chivaly sound disc (CD), 2004 March 27
Joe Pass sound disc (CD), undated
Unknown Singer sound disc (CD), undated
Billy Lester sound disc (CD), 2003
Bird sound disc (CD), undated
Box
6 Unlabeled VHS video cassette, undated
Miles: Bach: Sinatra VHS video cassette, undated
Benny Goodman “Lust for Life” VHS video cassette, undated
Innovation VHS video cassette, undated
Billy: Lester: Webster Dexter ETC. VHS video cassette, undated
Trumpet Players: Hyman Rubensteil: Coltrane: Hines VHS video cassette, undated
Bop and Hard Bop VHS video cassette, undated
Tristano “solo” 1965 Copenhagen VHS video cassette, undated
Manhattan Studio 59 mins VHS video cassette, 1984
Sal Mosca Tribute Rutgers VHS video cassette, 2003 Janary 23
“A Song of Love” “Glenn Miller Story” VHS video cassette, undated
The Music of Lovers VHS video cassette, undated
Horowitz: Moscow: Billy Holiday VHS video cassette, undated
Women in Jazz VHS video cassette, undated
1. Hobson’s Choice 2. Louis Armstrong 3. Count Basie 4. Bird “Hobson’s Choice” Louie : Basie: Bird VHS video cassette, undated
Maurice Waller Horowitz: England VHS video cassette, undated
Biography: Armstrong Hampton VHS video cassette, undated
Toscanini: Watts Dizzy VHS video cassette, undated
Thelonious Monk VHS video cassette, undated
Subseries 3.5: Digital Recording Copies from Don Messina, 1950-2007
The Guide to Digitized Sal Mosca Audiovisual Recordings details the recordings in subseries 3.5, including date, personnel, instrumentation, recording location, titles, and commercial releases. The guide compiles six separate inventories created by Don Messina, who digitized the recordings detailed in the guide. The original inventories are named below in the following box list and correspond to the separate section headings in the guide. Messina, a jazz bassist, performed with Mosca and worked closely with Mosca's associates and descendents to gather and research the recordings and create the guide.
Arrangement
Subseries 3.5 was arranged by Don Messina in six groupings of material according to the source of recording and its content and format. Groupings are boxed together as indicated below.
Box
13 Sal Mosca - Archived Village Vanguard Performances with Warne Marsh from Sal Mosca's Private Collection, 1980-1981
Sal Mosca - Archived European Performances from Sal Mosca's Personal Collection, 1981-1982, 1992, and 2007
Sal Mosca - Archived Interviews, 1973-2006
Sal Mosca - Archived Miscellaneous Music, 1956-2007
The miscellaneous material includes audio recordings without Sal Mosca but by his close associates, including Lennie Tristano and Warne Marsh as well as DVD recordings that feature Mosca and others.
Box
14 Sal Mosca - Archived Session CDs, circa 1955-2006
Box
15 Sal Mosca, Archived U.S. Performances from Sal Mosca's Personal Collection, 1951-2007