Stanford University
The records include correspondence, contracts, memoranda, photographs, clippings, brochures, and programs pertaining to performers in the Lively Arts series, 1972-1984.
New York Public Library
University of California, Los Angeles - Ethnomusicology Archive
[Folk dance music, primarily from Eastern Europe]
University of California, Los Angeles - Ethnomusicology Archive
[Primarily folk dance music from Europe]
University of California, Los Angeles - Ethnomusicology Archive
[Includes folk dance music of Yugoslavia, mostly United States-based performers of music from the former Yugoslavia.].
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Bound collection of dance music, including 15 sets of quadrilles arranged for keyboard, many with instructions for the dance steps, and several waltzes. The music was published in London, ca. 1815-1840, by various firms, and collected by V.W. Erwin. Bound in burlap covered boards with printed paper label on top cover: Quadrilles of one hundred years ago / Erwin. Each piece of music is stamped: No. [blank], Library of V.W. Erwin
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Dubs of Irish dance music originally released on 78 rpm records from the 1920s until the 1940s and dubs made in the 1970s of a few more recent recordings of Irish-American musicians from Chicago. Most importantly, this collection contains a complete set of the recordings of Michael Coleman (1889-1945), a very influential fiddler originally from Ballymote, County Sligo, Ireland. Other performers include James Morrison (b. ca. 1890), Irish fiddler originally from Ballysadare, County Sligo; and John McKenna, flute player originally from County Leitrim; who were later longtime residents of New York City. Also heard are Leo Rowsome, (d. 1970s), Uilleann piper originally from Dublin, and various other Irish (mostly from counties Sligo and Leitrim) and Irish-American musicians. Instruments played include uilleann pipes, fiddle, flute, piano, recorder, and viola. Tune types represented are jigs (slip and double), reels, hornpipes, waltzes, set dances, and airs