Jewish Theological Seminary of America Library
Do dee lee / arr. J. Binder -- Gloria in excelsis / attributed to W.A. Mozart; arr. unknown -- Hallelujah (Psalm 150) / Louis Lewandowski; arr. unknown -- Israeli journey / arr. by Music Scripters -- More / [R. Ortolani, Nino Oliviero, N. Newell] ; arr. unknown -- Mother don't worry; composer unknown; arr. Billy Nevins -- Porgy / G. Gershwin; arr. unknown -- Praise the Lord [and pass the ammunition] / [F. Loesser] ; arr. Billy Nevins -- Seventy six trombones / [M. Willson]; arr. unknown -- Siboney / Ernesto Lecuona; arr. by Music Scripters -- Song of Galilee (El yivne hagalil) / J. Chajes -- That baby girl of mine / composer and arranger unknown
Washington State University - Holland Library
This collection consists of commercially produced audio discs of popular music (78 and 33 1/3 rpm, 65 items), and a Victor model Vic V player in working condition. Well-known artists in the collection include Bing Crosby, Al Jolson, Dennis Day, Dinah Shore, Jo Stafford, Frank Sinatra, the Ink Spots, and others. A detailed list of the recordings is filed with the collection
National Library of Australia
New York Public Library
Ed Wynn stars as Gulliver the traveler, who tells jokes with straight man John S. Young. The King's Men, a chorus of eight lovely girls, and Lennie Hayton and his orchestra perform
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
This collection of sound recordings, photographs, and manuscripts (including correspondence and other research materials) was compiled by Eloise Hubbard Linscott and represents her research for her book, Folksongs of Old New England (1939), and her unpublished manuscripts and folk music research through about 1955. Among Linscott's many correspondents were Phillips Barry, Ruth Benedict, Marshall Bartholomew, Samuel P. Bayard, James M. Carpenter, Harold J. Coolidge, Jr., Helen Hartness Flanders, Carrie B. Grover, Sarah Gertrude Knott, Lois Lenski, National Folk Festival, Frank G. Speck, Hendrik Willem van Loon, various correspondents at the Library of Congress including Archibald MacLeish, Alan Lomax, Benjamin A. Botkin, Harold Spivacke, and others; and various publishers, recording companies, radio stations, and administrators of summer camps. Twenty-five glass-based lacquer discs of Lincott's field recordings with field notes were accessioned by the Library of Congress Archive of ... Read More
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Collection (chiefly undated, but some dated between 1944 and 1953) has as its focal point manuscripts of 329 jazz big band charts composed and/or arranged for Brown's band. While some charts comprise both a score and complete parts, most are either the score only or incomplete parts only. One additional folder contains a concert program and press clippings related to Brown's performance at Duke University in 1985
University of Oregon
The Wally Beau Orchestra was a "family dance band" consisting, primarily, of members of the Beau family of Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin. The collection is entirely made up of musical arrangements. There is a large collection of arrangements orchestrated by Henry Beau, and an even larger collection of arrangements by other orchestrators. Prominent other orchestrators include Gus Donahue, Buck Schmitz, and Jack Mason
New York Public Library
Collection consists of non-commercial recordings collected by Ross of his song performances on radio programs, and includes performances of songs that he composed -- The most prominently represented programs in the collection are the Camel Caravan; (Franco-American presents) the Lanny Ross Show; and Lucky Strike Presents: Your Hit Parade
New York Public Library
The bulk of the Sy Oliver papers contain musical scores and parts for works which Oliver composed or arranged. Numerous arrangements exist for the Jimmy Lunceford orchestra and Tommy Dorsey band, as well as recording projects of the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s (among them the album "Sy Oliver Backstage"). There are several arrangements Oliver did for other bands, such as Fletcher Henderson, Erskine Hawkins, and Jimmy Webb. Sy Oliver's own compositions are well represented, including unpublished and little-known works. Also included are arrangements made for or used for the 1974 performances of the New York Jazz Repertory Company, as well as many arrangements used on European tours of the 1970s and those used at the Rainbow Room in New York City
National Library of Australia
Lum 1. Last train blues-- 2. Lum 2. Guess it's you--Lum 3. I'll stop loving you, sweet one--Lum 4. It isn't over


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