Dartmouth College - Rauner Special Collections Library
Contains correspondence, documents relating to the music department at Dartmouth College, the Dartmouth International Electronic Music Competition, the Dartmouth Foreign Study Program in Tonga, the 1992 Vermont Senate race, as well as newspaper and magazine articles, publicity materials, music reviews, programs, photographs, and a scrapbook of Appleton's early political involvement. The collection also includes various forms of digital media, including computer disks and programs for the Synclavier. There are reel to reel master tapes of many of Appleton's pieces as well as musical scores. Much of the material relates to Appleton's time as a professor of music at Dartmouth, and his involvement and work in the field of electronic music
New York Public Library
Cassette 1. [Cue] #72 -- Cassette 2. [Cues] 100L ; 71R -- Cassette 3. [Cue] 105 Twitter -- Cassette 4. [Cue] -- G-horn 108 -- Cassette 5. [Cue] 125A Tone
National Library of Australia
New York Public Library
Cantiga -- Independence Day -- Ossi di morte -- Chamber concerto -- Credo -- Jacob's ladder
American Institute of Physics - Niels Bohr Library and Archives
Concentrates on oil-drop experiment. Family background and early education; undergraduate at Brigham Young University (physics); graduate at University of Chicago, Robert Millikan and Albert A. Michelson as physicists and teachers. Extensive coverage of the work and relationship with Millikan on the "oil-drop" technique with two versions of the nature of the collaboration presented by Vern Knudsen, one from Millikan's autobiography and Fletcher's own account. Work on modification of Stokes' law and Brownian motion. Impact of electric charge measurement. Teaching at Brigham Young 1911-1916; acoustics work at Western Electric Co.(later Bell Labs) on the determination of the critical bands of hearing; dynamics of the cochlea; development of stereophonic sound. Role in formation of Acoustical Society of America. Interests in electronic reproduction of musical tones. Successful effort to develop a school of engineering at Brigham Young. Discussion of Millikan's Nobel Prize, comments by ... Read More
Stanford University
Open reel tapes by electronic music composer Richard Maxfield containing some of his most well-known works
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, UWM Libraries
Collection provides documentation of most of the Yannay catalog, as well as some musical events and series with which Yannay was involved, such as the Music From Almost Yesterday concert series. The documentation takes a variety of forms and usually includes scores and parts, but also often recordings, ephemera, props, and promotional material. Material dates from 1956 to 2006
National Library of Australia
Material in the Australian performing arts programs and ephemera (PROMPT) collection consists of programs and related items for Australian performing arts organisations, Australian artists performing overseas, professional productions performed in Australia (including those featuring overseas performers) and overseas performances of Australian plays, music, etc
University of Texas Libraries
Sheet music, audio recordings, floppy discs, manuals and workbooks, teaching assignments, and more compose the Leon R. Smith Papers, 1954-2004, which remain under original division in six series
Eastern Michigan University
The Gordy Motown Collection was established in 1972 at Eastern Michigan University to honor founder Mr. Berry Gordy, Jr. by the Motown Record Corporation. Since its inception new releases were regularly received until 1988. The total collection contains approximately 2,300 recordings with an emphasis on the years 1960-1988. The collection of print materials encompasses scores, articles, inventories, promotions, photographs, and production materials


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