Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
Reel 1: Introductory remarks by Laura Boulton -- Choral selection -- Speech by Dr. Andrew Cordier -- 4 English choral selections. Reel 2: 4 Spanish choral pieces -- 4 French choral pieces -- 3 Christmas carols -- Speech by Julian Levi, read by Joseph Solomon -- Speech by Joseph Solomon -- 'Happy Birthday' sung to Julian Levi by reception participants -- Birthday greetings from reception participants. Reel 3: Continuation of birthday greetings from reception participants
National Library of Australia
University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
Scope and Contents Illini Union Food Service Records contain correspondence, expense statements, budget schedules, address lists, floor plans, Illini Union histories, constitution, surveys (1971-73, 1997), studies (1965-78), photographs, poster, scrapbooks and newspaper clippings concerning Illini Union Board (1938-91); Illini Union anniversaries (1956, 1966); addition and remodeling projects (1960-67); Food Service Management Training Program (1961); Madrigal Dinners (1961, 1968-83); and International Dining Series (1961-71).
Yale University
Collection of verses which includes a long anti-English poem about a young Englishman in the slave trade whose ship is wrecked on the coast of Africa, where he is rescued by a black woman. She falls in love with him, but he eventually takes her to America and sells her, even though she is pregnant by him. Other verses are addressed to Mme de la Vallière, the Duchesse d'Orléans, and other personages. There are also madrigals, charades, and various verbal puzzles
Chicago Public Library - Special Collections Division
Static variations (score and sound cassette) -- Sticks and fairystones (parts and sound cassette) -- [Program notes] -- [Libretto for] Sticks and fairystones -- "About the composer.".
Illinois State University - Dr. Jo Ann Rayfield Archives
The Illinois State University Madrigal Singers began hosting Madrigal Dinners in 1956. The Madrigal Singers ended their dinner tradition in 2015 after sixty years
New York State Historical Documents
Historical reportages, lectures, speeches, and statements of Polish politicians and statesmen including Władysław Anders, Jozef Piłsudski, Ignacy Paderewski, Stanisław Mikołajczyk, Jan Kwapinski, Zygmunt Nagorski, and Adam Pragier; Polish generals including Władysław Sikorski, Kazimierz Sosnkowski, Michał Tokarzewski-Karaszewicz, and French General Maxime Weygand of the French Military Mission sent to aid Poland in the Polish-Soviet War of 1919-1920; and American Presidents and statesmen including Dwight D. Eisenhower, Lyndon B. Johnson, and Robert Kennedy. Biographical interviews with Polish artists, scholars, writers, and others, most of whom emigrated to the United States after 1939 including Michał Budny, Ewa Czarnecka, Karin Falencka, Feliks Gadomski, Feliks Gross, Zygmunt Gross, Wacław Jedrzejewicz, Jan Karski, Stefan Korbonski, the Koss family, Ludwik Krzyzanowski, Ignacy Morawski, Leon Pommers, Adam Panufnik, Franciszek Proch, Jerzy Ptakowski, Halina Rodzinska, ... Read More
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
Reel 1: 2 musical selections -- Introductory remarks from Laura Boulton -- Dr. [Andrew] Cordier gives a speech about Julian Levi and presents him with a citation -- Speech by Julian C. Levi -- Laura Boulton reintroduces the Western Wind Singers -- 5 musical selections. Reel 2: 5 additional musical selections -- Gratitude expressed by Julian Levi -- Guests sing 'Happy Birthday' to Julian Levi -- Concluding remarks by Laura Boulton. Reel 3: Music selections from the reception: Hark the herald angels sing -- Reve si venir du printemps -- Bonjour moncoeur -- Mignon, allous voir si la rose -- La chant des oiseaux -- Aller salite con leuia -- Marvel not Joseph -- There is no rose of such virtue -- Yo me soy la morenica -- Alta reina -- Voz virgen -- E la don don
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Libraries
The collection consists primarily of twelve compositions by Thomas Trobaugh, a former Associate Professor of Music at the University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee. The bulk of the compositions date from 1964 to 1979. The collection also contains biographical material, correspondence, newsclippings, and performance programs
Case Western Reserve University - Kelvin Smith Library