The collection consists of 26 boxes of materials concerned with Miss Heyer's career, research, publications, and personal hobbies, as well as historical materials related to the development of the UNT Music Library.
The collection consists of 8 boxes of orchestral works which Brusilow selected primarily from the performing library of what was then the UNT School of Music. Most selections are core repertory from major composers, but less well-known works include Carlton Cooley's Vexations, Bill Holcombe's Hey Look Me Over, Robert Kurka's The Good Soldier Schweik Suite, Benjamin Lees' Chamber Concerto, Andreas Makris' Concerto for Strings, Francesco Manfredini's Concerto for Two Trumpets, Strings, and Continuo, Vittorio Rieti's Concertino for Flute, Viola, Cello, Harp, and Harpsichord, Bill Robinson's I Ching, Cycle for Solo Violin and Symphony No. 2, David Sheinfeld's Dialogues, Peter Warlock's Capriol Suite, and Richard Yardumian's Chapters 13 and 14 from The Story of Abraham.
Scope and Contents The collection consists of two boxes of correspondence and papers that once belonged to Arnold Schoenberg's cousin Hans Nachod. It includes many letters from Schoenberg to Nachod, a few from Nachod to Schoenberg, as well as a number of music manuscripts in Schoenberg's hand, among which are early songs and arrangements.
The collection consists of six boxes of materials related to Herndon's 1964 book The Sweetest Music This Side of Heaven: The Guy Lombardo Story, including extensive typed transcripts of interviews with Guy, Lebert, and Carmen Lombardo, and others, along with drafts of the book up to the published version.
The collection consists of four boxes, which contain a total of fifty-seven 16-inch broadcast transcription discs from the Mineral Wells area. Most of the programs were sponsored by the Crazy Water Company, and there are multiple copies of most programs in the collection.
Scope and Contents The collection consists of two boxes of cassette recordings of the Richardson (TX) Symphony Orchestra, the Allen (TX) Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, and other projects with which Xeros was involved.
The collection consists of six boxes, which primarily contain Wakeling's translations of libretti in multiple languages, most often written in music scores or copies of them. Also present are materials from collaboration with other scholars and artists, stage sketches, and ephemera.