University of Akron - Bierce Library
Materials relating to publications of New Music by Smith Publications. Includes correspondence with composers, manuscripts and scores, phonotapes, compact discs, videotapes of performances, and publications by and about composers. Composers represented include Robert Ashley, Milton Babbitt, William Brooks, Herbert Brün, John Cage, Randolph Coleman, Thomas DeLio, Robert Erickson, Jean-Charles François, Ben Johnston, Pauline Oliveros, Dan Senn, Ralph Shapey, Stuart Saunders Smith, and James Tenney
Houston Public Library - Houston Metropolitan Research Center
Music has been at the center of the lives of Edith Gutierrez and her daughter, Pauline Oliveros. Gutierrez has taught piano for much of her life, played professionally, and was active in the Houston music scene. Oliveros, whom Gutierrez had with her first husband, J.B. Oliveros III, is an internationally known composer and accordionist. In 1952, at the age of 20, Pauline moved from Houston to San Francisco. She and her mother wrote to one another for the next 20 years. They discussed many topics, among which were their musical interests and activities. They come from a musically talented family. Gutierrez's father, John Monroe Gribbin, had the ability to learn musical instruments by ear. Her mother, Pauline Gribbin, taught piano for many years. Gutierrez's second husband, Patricio Gutierrez, played professionally for many years
San Francisco Public Library
The papers include correspondence, manuscripts, drafts, research materials and notes, financial and publishing documents, and photographs that relate to Lonidier's career as a tecaher, writer, and lesbian-feminist activist. It also includes objects used in two of her performance pieces
University of California, San Diego
Literary papers of an experimental United States writer, documenting his career from the late 1930s to 2004. The collection includes manuscript drafts of Mac Low's verse, plays, and criticism; documentation of conferences Mac Low attended and residencies he held; programs and posters for readings by Mac Low and other writers; biographical items such as bibliographies, resumes, and family photographs; transcripts of interviews of Mac Low; and Mac Low's notebooks for the years 1948-1990, which contain early drafts of a great number of his poems, as well as diaristic reflections about the business of writing and performing. A substantial portion of the collection is comprised of correspondence and manuscripts sent to Mac Low from a diverse group of poets, novelists, performance artists, editors, publishers, and scholars
University of California, San Diego
The papers of Thomas Nee, conductor and emeritus professor of music, contains correspondence from twentieth century composers including university mentor Ernst Krenek, as well as composers Henry Brant, Robert Erickson, Dika Newlin, Will Ogden, Pauline Oliveros, Bernard Rands, Roger Reynolds, and Dane Rudhyar. The papers also contain biographical materials, including programs and newsclippings, and recorded materials
University of California, San Diego
The collection contains Oliveros' original writings, compositions, correspondence and sketches. Also included are interviews, programs and reviews, teaching materials and writings about and relating to Oliveros' work., subject files, reel-to-reel audio tapes and ephemera
Getty Research Institute
Resource comprises audio recordings and transcripts of oral history interviews conducted from 2009 to 2011 by Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) in relation to its 2011-2012 exhibition, "Los Angeles Goes Live: Performance Art in Southern California, 1970-1983." The exhibition featured performance art documentation such as costumes, props, photographs, artist books, video, scripts, scores, and posters representing a variety of performance artists and approaches. The project also included a performance series and publication that explored the histories and legacies of performance art. The exhibition and related interviews were part of Pacific Standard Time, a city-wide project that documented the post-war (1945-1980) art scene in Los Angeles
Yale University
The Video Collection of Oral History, American Music includes many unedited interviews conducted by Vivian Perlis, as well as some acquisitions and professionally edited and produced videos
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
The collection comprehensively documents David Tudor's participation in post-World War II experimental and avant-garde music and aspects of his personal life until his death in 1996. Scores by other composers, notably John Cage, Earle Brown, Morton Feldman, Christian Wolff, Sylvano Bussotti and Karlheinz Stockhausen, Tudor's realizations of their scores and his electronic compositional materials, form the most significant part of the collection. Extensive project files concern the scheduling and development of his piano concerts, electronic compositions and performances with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company. Electronic research files with equipment catalogs and notes show how Tudor taught himself complicated mathematics, equipment systems and circuitry in order to gain the requisite technical knowledge to compose his electronic work. Articles and reviews, a nearly complete set of Tudor's programs, more than 500 audio tapes, some videotapes, and photographs augment the documentation ... Read More


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