United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Contains typescript texts of songs and introductions to chapters for Kulisiewicz's concentration camp music anthology. The typescripts were sent to the various authors of the song texts for corrections and approval. Corrections by the authors are handwritten on the typescripts
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Scrapbooks, photograph albums, sketchbooks, correspondence, manuscripts, and printed material reflect Brown's work as a painter, and his ties with contemporary musical and literary figures
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The Elliot Lawrence Sound Recordings consist primarily of 2 and 4 track reel to reel tapes and 2 inch video tapes produced by Elliot Lawrence for television and Broadway shows from 1957-1987. The majority of the tapes are of soap operas, including "As the World Turns". There are also many television specials, such as "Miss Universe", and commercials. In addition to the audio and videotapes, there are also twenty three player piano rolls and three 45 rpm phonograph records, including one of Elliot Lawrence's band
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains pencil and ink scores (1942-1965), concert programs (1970-1971) and biographical information
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains Allan Arthur Willman's personal correspondence, Willman's musical scores (originals and copies, include those for "Solitude", "A Ballade of the Night", and "Where the Lilac Blows"), nine reel to reel audio tapes of Willman's musical performances (including "Solitude" and "A Ballade of the Night"), and three audio cassettes of "A Ballade of the Night". Collection also contains a 33 1/3 rpm phonograph record of "A Ballade of the Night", Willman's notebooks, Willman's appointment books, musical scores composed by Willman's students (originals and copies), and papers written by Willman's students. Published sheet music of Willman's classical pieces (including "A Ballade of the Night" and "Where the Lilac Blows"), a 1935 diary kept by Willman, a few clippings, and miscellaneous sheet music are in this collection as well
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The Glenn Paxton collection contains handwritten musical scores for motion pictures, primarily "When Legends Die" (1972) and for television productions for ABC, CBS, and NBC, dating between 1974 and 1979, but not exclusively. There are musical scores for both documentaries like the NBC-TV documentary special, "The World of the Teenager" and numerous scores for ABC Afterschool Specials like "The Skating Rink" (1974), "A Special Gift", and "Which Mother Is Mine?" (1977). There are also scores for movies made for television, like the CBS "Two Worlds of Jenny Logan" (1979) and the ABC "Gaucho" (1978). CBS-TV commissioned Paxton to write a ballet in nine sections. The musical scores for "Ballet for a Sunday Morning" is included
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains the scores for orchestra, jazz and popular music composed by Dragon
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The collection contains music scores and phonograph recordings for some of the films that Deutsch scored. Also included is a full score for Deutsch's concerto for bagpipe and orchestra, titled the "Scottish Suite". Photographs, clippings, correspondence, and printed material comprise the scrapbooks and general papers, which document Deutsch's career
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The Richard Shores papers contain musical scores, timings, sketches, schedules and scripts for television shows and movies of the week. Music scores found in the collection include "Twilight Zone," "Wild, Wild, West," "Rawhide," "Man from U.N.C.L.E.," "Wagon Train," "Wells Fargo," and others
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains publicity photographs for movies publicized by Halsey Raines, including "Surprise Package", "Dr. No", and "Born Free". Collection also contains Raines professional files, which contain correspondence, clippings, legal documents, press releases written by Raines, and several scripts for unproduced movies. Lyric manuscripts, copies of musical scores, and sheet music for songs composed by Raines are in this collection as well