Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Tetzel's reminiscences of her school days in the early 1860s at the Fourth Ward School, Milwaukee, Wis. when James MacAlister was principal -- Tetzel's recollections stress her love for MacAlister and his teaching of patriotic songs to his students
University of Toledo
There are 51 pieces of sheet music in this collection. Consisting largely of Toledo imprints, the collection spans a wide rang of dates and themes. It includes songs of war (the Civil War, WWI, and WWII) love songs, humorous songs, children's songs, patriotic songs, sentimental songs, and dance music. There are instrumental pieces as well as music with lyrics. The city of Toledo features in three of the songs about the life of a Toledo newsboy, Scott High School, and the Liberty Loan Campaign respectively. Of particular note are the number of songs and lyrics written by women as well as the cover art of many of the items. Finally, there are three pieces by Paul Laurence Dunbar, an important African American poet and lyricist (see the Herbert Woodward Martin Papers, MSS-015)
Columbia University
Sheet music from the 18th-20th centuries, primarily 19th century American -- Almost half the items are popular editions of European composers' instrumental music. The collection contains a large quantity of patriotic music such as the 1798 "Adams and Liberty" and the first and third editions (both 1798) of "Hail Columbia" and a comprehensive collection of music from the Civil War. There are also early printings of "The Star Spangled Banner," first and later editions of Stephen Foster's music, and a large collection of Benjamin Carr materials
Wellesley Historical Society
An intentionally assembled collection from various sources consisting of correspondence, printed materials, manuscripts, published books, lists, legal documents, miscellaneous materials, and oversized items
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Chiefly ms. scores of music, including Rembranza hondureña (21 p.), a waltz made up of folkloric pieces for orchestra, Una noche en Honduras (1 p.), an intermezzo with words and melody line only, Spring Morning in Washington (12 p.), a march for orchestra, Canto a Honduras (2 p.), a patriotic song for voice and piano, and The Funeral of Little Rabbit (22 p.), a symphonic poem for orchestra; together with personal correspondence, biographical sketch, and photos
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Newspaper clippings from across the U.S. relating to the centennial celebration of Francis Scott Key's Star-Spangled Banner, held in Baltimore, Md., 1914
Rutgers University Libraries
Collection of sheet music published in the U.S. ca. 1818-1899, primarily by American composers. Arranged by decade, sub-grouped by genre of work (vocal or piano) and presence/absence of ornamented cover or caption, and then sub-arranged by title. Includes 9 items mentioned in: Secular music in America 1801-1825; a bibliography (by Richard J. Wolfe)
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Song folios from the United States, Canada, Australia, and England, circa 1882-1983. Some folios were published by radio stations, including WSM in Nashville, Tenn., and WWVA in Wheeling, W. Va. Musical genres and song styles represented include calypso, comedy songs, country songs, cowboy songs, gospel songs, Hawaiian songs, hobo songs, hymns, Irish reels, labor songs, Latin-American songs, minstrel songs, Mormon songs, novelty songs, parodies, popular songs, spirituals, songs of the Industrial Workers of the World, traditional songs, union songs, vaudeville, western songs, and World War II songs. Significant persons and groups are listed below
National Library of Australia
De Fraga 1. That'll be the day! -- De Fraga 2. George!! -- De Fraga 3. Wouldn't your mother like to see you now? -- De Fraga 4. When you hang your khaki on the wall -- De Fraga 5. They went and let the AWAs join the Army
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
The German National Music Collections consist of unbound, mostly piano-vocal music and song books unified by a common German nationalistic or patriotic theme. Although these materials date from as early as 1880, most of them seem to have been published between the late 1920s and the late 1940s, roughly analogous to the years of the Third Reich. The bulk of the songs seem to have been written for members of the armed forces, the Nazi party, or the general public and were probably distributed on an official or semi-official basis. Much of this music is associated with the Nationalsozialistiche Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei (NSDAP), its subsidiary organizations including the Schutzstaffel (SS), Sturmabteliung (SA), and Hitler Jugend (HJ); and the armed forces of the Third Reich (1933-1945). Among the many interesting items in the collection is a copy of a small song book entitled Liederbuch der Nationalsozialistichen Deutschen Arbeiter-Partei, autographed by Heinrich Himmler, Reichsführer ... Read More


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