University at Buffalo, State University of New York
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
Piece for amplified snare drum (1 leaf, 1/15/93) -- Piece for small sounds, Part A and B (2 leaves, 1994) -- Sin ninguna imperfeccion (multiple copies, 12 leaves total; includes performance instructions, 1991) -- William Tell of rights (4 copies, 29 leaves total, 1994-1995)
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
Video recordings include footage from a surprise party given by Mamadi Tia Thomas, Ge performances, the first annual Gueheva festival, Fête des Ignames, mask performances, touring of Koman mask, Guegbia (mask race), mask manifestations, dancing, funerals, drum lessons, and sorcery investigations. Performances are primarily by Dan participants, although masks of other ethnic groups are featured as part of the Gueheva festival footage. In addition to the above events and performance genres, the collector's research also focused on religion, politics, and identity of performers in Côte d'Ivoire
New Haven Museum & Historical Society Library
Autobiography, memory book, newspaper clippings, programs, portraits, and photos, relating to Moore's career as drummer, chiefly with New Haven theaters, drum corps, New Haven Symphony Orchestra, and Second Company, Governor's Foot Guard; copies of his book The Art of Drumming (1937, 1964); medals and pins won chiefly for drumming with Connecticut National Guard and Governor's Foot Guard; and recording entitled Ruffles and Flourishes in which he played a drum solo
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
Recordings consist of demonstrative performances of tabla drumming and interviews with the performers. Tabla performances include demonstrations of various styles and genres including lay, Ajrara style, bols, chakradar, rela, and parhans. Performances consist primarily of solo tabla, but several selections include accompaniment. Interview topics include tabla repertoire, performance styles, and Indian classical music theory
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
Sansa and marimbula rhythms primarily from Nigeria, recorded in New York City by Laura Boulton
University at Buffalo, State University of New York

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