The Kurt Weill Foundation for Music collection (1928-2005) contains five oral history interviews with Maurice Abravanel (1978-1985), correspondence, a newsletter, and music programs. The Kurt Weill Foundation for Music was established by Lotte Lenya in 1962 to continue the legacy of musician and composer, Kurt Weill.
The Jeanne Tellier Leeson papers consist of an essay extolling the Utah Youth Sympohony Concert experience. The essay was written during the tenure of conductor Maurice Abravanel, and so includes a short biography of him, and his involvement in the youth concert program.
The Leroy J. Robertson music recordings (1920s-1970s) consist of audio recordings of pieces composed by Robertson as well as other music including hymns, carols, classical music and compositions by other American composers, some of which Robertson conducted or arranged. A respected composer of works for chamber music, orchestra, violin, cello, piano and voice, Leroy J. Robertson taught music at Brigham Young University (BYU), the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) and the University of Utah before retiring in 1964.