Ball State University - Bracken Library
With Eri Nakagawa, piano.; Eri Nakagawa's appearance is in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Doctor of Arts with a major in music (primary emphasis: Musical Performance - Piano, secondary emphasis: Chamber Music - Accompanying)
University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
This collection consists of materials amassed during the later half of the 20th century and the early 21st century by professor of anthropology and ethnomusicology Don Hill, including postcards depicting cultural scenes from Africa, the Americas, and Europe, lantern slides, and paintings by Carribbean artist Canute Caliste. The collection also includes original research notes from field work conducted by Hill in the Carribbean during 1970s.
University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
The Charlotte Selver papers circa 20th century (bulk 1959 to 1999) consist of the personal and professional correspondence, writings, transcripts of classes and workshops, photographs, personal items, and sound records of Charlotte Selver (1901-2003), music educator, originator of the concept of “Sensory Awareness” and leading member of the “Sensory Awareness Foundation.” Charlotte introduced sensory awareness to the U.S. She was closely connected to the Esalen Institute and San Francisco Zen Center. Her work is continued by the Sensory Awareness Foundation. The papers also contain material related to Charles V.W. Brooks, Selver’s husband, author, and Sensory Awareness instructor
Eastern Washington University - Archives and Special Collections
University of Utah - J. Willard Marriott Library
The 20th century music collection (1940s-1970s) consists of ephemeral materials such as ticket stubs and concert advertisements for various bands Three Dog Night, Grand Funk, Potash, Alice Cooper and Fever Tree. There are also several album and singles top listing brochures from local Utah radio stations KEYY, KRSP and KOVO. Also inlcuded in the collection is a scrapbook consisting of news clippings and publicity photographs of popular singers of the 1940s.
Yale University - Irving S. Gilmore Music Library
Transcriptions of jazz standards and a pedagogical work on jazz improvisation
Chapman University - Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections and Archives
Scope and Contents note The Wickett Family Collection contains Chapman and Wickett family memorabilia, realia, and ephemera from the early 20th century onward. It includes, among other things, items acquired from the family's international travels, including musical items, artistic items, textiles, 8mm and 16 mm films, and photos. The collection is drawn from three donations (accession numbers 2007-32, 2008-09, and 2009-4) from Geof Wickett. Box 1 Realia, dolls (Ethel Wickett's) ca. 1885 2 Realia, misc. (domestic) 20th c. 3 Realia, punch bowl and glasses 20th c. 4 Textiles, assorted 19th and 20th c. 5 Textiles, assorted 20th c. 6 Textiles, assorted 20th c. 7 Textiles, assorted (incl. some ethnic costumes) 20th c. 8 Books, religious and travel 19th and 20th c. 9 Costumes, ethnic 20th c. 10 Textiles, assorted (domestic and foreign) 20th c. 11 Textiles, assorted (domestic and foreign) 20th c. 12 Hats, dress and cowboy 20th c. 13 Coins 20th c. 14 Books - guest, photo, and testimonial 20th ... Read More
University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
The Allen G. Debus collection focuses on early entertainers, pioneer recording artists, vaudeville, minstrelsy, and the popular musical forms of the late 19th and early 20th century. The collection includes sheet music, photographs, correspondence, ephemera, and other primary source documents, as well as a sizeable collection of early 78 rpm disc and cylinder players.
University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
One letter (TLS) and two printed poem cards, n.d., to Harvey Taylor of Los Angeles, asking how much it would cost for him to set the poems to music. Laid in Miller's Candle's Radius (PS3525.I559 C36 1930z). Purchase , 1968. Alpha list