Yale University
Major Figures in American Music is the core unit of Oral History of American Music. The unit consists of interviews with approximately 320 composers, performers, and other significant musicians. Each interview covers a wide range of the subject's work and life experiences, and many subjects have been interviewed on more than one occasion, often over a number of years. In addition to interviews with the primary subjects, Major Figures in American Music also includes testimonies from secondary sources about Harry Lawrence Freeman, George Gershwin, Percy Grainger, Quincy Porter, and Arnold Schoenberg
Getty Research Institute
Papers collected or generated by Higgins, documenting his involvement with Fluxus and Happenings art movements, pattern and concrete poetry; new music, and small press publishing from 1972 to 1994, with some letters dated as early as 1960 -- Correspondence primarily consists of carbons of Higgins' letters, with many responses and, in some cases, extensive exchanges with Fluxus, Mail Art and Art and Language artists, Concrete and Sound poets, New Music composers, and Small Press publishers and poets; also includes art pieces and manuscripts by these correspondents. Also, a substantial quantity of Higgins' published works in original manuscript form, some with annotations and correspondence; works rejected by Higgins; production material on 26 of Higgins' 45 published books from Something Else Press, Printed Editions and elsewhere; books by four other authors; and one killed project. The collection also has a small quantity of miscellaneous personal papers and extensive research and ... Read More
Getty Research Institute
An ensemble of original works and printed matter documenting Brown's intent to build a useable study collection of avant-garde materials, dating from 1916-1995 (bulk 1960-1985). In-depth holdings by artists participating in Fluxus, happenings, concrete, sound and visual poetry, mail art, copy art, rubber stamp printing, new music, and video and performance art underscore her range of interests. The collection's broad scope presents a comprehensive account of alternative movements, distribution networks and exhibition venues of the 1960s and 1970s
Brown University Library
This collection contains author files, correspondence, edited setting copies, first author's corrected galleys, publisher's corrected galleys, various sets of corrected editorial galleys and proofs, second proofs, final mock-ups, many original typescripts and some xeroxes either with original holograph corrections by the author, editor, and/or printer, bluelines and camera-ready materials. The material dates from 1970 to 2008, with the bulk from 1990 to 2007
Museum of Modern Art
Getty Research Institute
The archive documents Schneemann's performances, happenings, film and book production, and exhibitions from 1959-1994. It includes original materials relating to performances and publication projects in the form of notes, drawings, performance scripts and mss.; correspondence with visual, literary and performing artists, art critics, and other individuals prominent in the international avant-garde; printed ephemera, artists' books, and Fluxus objects by Schneemann and others; lecture notes and other materials pertaining to Schneemann as teacher and lecturer; research files on performance and feminist topics; mss. by others about Schneemann's work; and photograph albums which provide visual documentation of much of her performance work
University of Maryland, Baltimore County - Albin O. Kuhn Library and Gallery
The Dick Higgins Collection spans the years 1958 to 2002 and is 17.5 linear feet. Materials include artwork, publications, and exhibition items. Over one hundred items have been cataloged and are searchable in the USMAI catalog; like the rest of the collection materials, these publications can be viewed in the Special Collections Reading Room only. There are three major divisions within the Dick Higgins Collection and they correspond to the official series: a sampling of Dick Higgins' artwork, publications, and exhibition materials; publications from Something Else Press; and individual and collaborative artwork and publications from members of the greater Fluxus movement. With the exception of the ReFlux Editions items housed in Series III. B, all items were donated from Higgins' studio by Alison Knowles. Selections from ReFlux Editions' "Flux Kit" collection were purchased by the library in 2002. This collection provides an overview of Fluxus artwork and includes rare examples from ... Read More
New York Public Library
CONTENTS. "E.V." (23 min.) Music: Glaxo, John Laurie, Charlelie, Rig Rig Panic. Film: Bert Teunissen, Remko Bakker, Saskia Jol. Costumes: Rosita and Annelies Polderijk. Performed by Elisabetta Vittoni. -- Villa eclafot. Music: Gamelan concert: O & T, by Philip Corner; Béla Bartók (For children VI & X, rearranged by Elisabetta Vittoni) Pianist: Philip Corner. Costumes: Ildiko Viczian. Performed by Elisabetta Vittoni, Allison Foley, Kei Okada
University of Rochester, Eastman School of Music - Sibley Music Library
Processional (6:15) -- Ladrang Jagung-Jagung laras pelog pathet nem / from Central Java (7:59) -- Cornish lancoron : for gamelan and saxophone / Lou Harrison (6:47) -- Gamelan II / Philip Corner (8:44) -- Yellow flower burial / Krystyna Bobrowski (14:10) -- Subterranean caves of Kronos / Mickey Hart ; trans. John Neville (1:16) -- Sekar eled / from Bali (Semar pegulingan) ; arr. Jody Diamond (5:40) -- Lila Muni / I Ketut Gede Asnawa (5:13) -- Janger gegandrungan (8:47) -- Reong lenggong / Gareth Farr (6:43) -- Cindrawasish (9:20)


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