Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Archives
The special commission investigating the selection of an official state song was appointed in 1958 and reconstituted in 1961 and 1964. Headed by Arthur Fiedler of the Boston Pops Orchestra, the commission ultimately recommended "All hail to Massachusetts," by Arthur J. Marsh, adopted as the state song by St 1966, c 644. In the course of its search the commission encouraged the submission of competing entries, as administered by this series -- Included are cover letters, resumes, ms. and printed scores, song lyrics, and newsclippings; also audiotapes and a phonograph record
Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Archives
The special commission investigating the selection of an official state song was appointed in 1958 and reconstituted in 1961 and 1964. Headed by Arthur Fiedler of the Boston Pops Orchestra, the commission ultimately recommended "All hail to Massachusetts," by Arthur J. Marsh, adopted as the state song by St 1966, c 644. Series was created to administer the commission's activities, including corresponding with Marsh and others -- Files also contain ms. and printed scores of Marsh's composition, Fiedler's commission, legislation, and newsclippings
University of California, Berkeley
Collection of 2 original handwritten signed scores for soprano and string quartet, and 15 published scores (New York, Educational Publishing Institute) chiefly for band
University of California, Berkeley
Collection consists principally of manuscript scores, some accompanied by parts, drafts, or sketches. The memorabilia include correspondence, family letters, programs and reviews, photographs, posters, and scrapbooks
University of California, Berkeley
Collection includes manuscript scores and parts for Danza for violin and piano, Sonata for violin and piano, and 15 songs; the unpublished draft (ca. 1931) of a monographic study titled Tradition and experiment in musical idiom; numerous articles from periodicals and anthologies, dealing principally with folk music and ethnomusicology; and miscellaneous items about Charles Seeger
Rutgers University Libraries
Papers, consisting chiefly of scripts, music manuscripts, programs, photographs, videotape recordings, stage designer's drawings, posters, reviews and other materials pertaining to over 50 theatrical productions (plays, musicals, television productions and films) and other staged events (primarily concerts). Included are materials relating chiefly to performances in the United States (at La Mama E.T.C., other New York City venues and elsewhere) and in Europe (especially Denmark)
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
This collection includes American Christmas ephemera of all sorts, brochures, broadsides, scripts, sheet music, programs, clippings, articles, advertisements, Christmas cards, buttons, and some realia. Traditional Christmas items, both secular and religious are covered such as "The Night Before Christmas", "A Christmas Carol", and Handel's "The Messiah.".
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
A collection of printed and visual sources on popular performers, predominantly from United States sources even for foreign performers, from the late 1800s to today in nearly every printed and two-dimensional visual format known. Advertisments; broadsides; correspondence; newspapers (whole and clippings); programs for concerts, plays, movies and music festivals; cartoons; photographs; photo albums; tribute magazines; obituaries; pictorial biographies; play scripts; music scores; tickets; VHS tapes; website printouts
University of Washington
The Paul Ashford papers contain mainly notes, lyrics, musical arrangements, and scores for a variety of folk music collected and compiled by Ashford from the 1920s through 1952. In particular, there is a large set of both temperance and drinking songs from the 1920s and 1930s. The collection includes a small amount of correspondence from notable folk musicians and enthuisasts, Ivar Haglund, Earl Robinson, and Pete Seeger. There are also manuscript scores of Ashford's own compositions, as well as manuscripts of his various writings, including radio broadcast scripts, drafts of a novel, and music criticism. A scrapbook in Box 5 contains clippings of music reviews written by Ashford, mainly for "The Town Crier," a Seattle publication, as well as some original artwork, correspondence, and recordings. A separate accession includes a single letter to Ashford from University of Washington professor, Glenn Hughes, dated 1929, in which he thanks Ashford for a favorable review and encourages ... Read More
University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries
The Max DiJulio Music Scores comprise of handwritten and printed musical scores by composer Massimo "Max" Dijulio and were created between 1975 and 1993. Max Dijulio composed and arranged musical scores and conducted many concerts. In addition to the original scores and sheet music, there are also many musical composition books with DiJulio's notes