University at Buffalo, State University of New York
Compositional flow charts produced by Lejaren Hiller. The collection consists of 106 flow charts housed in map drawers, and 18 other items in individual folders housed in a flat box. While each item is dated, the dates are approximate based on when the corresponding article authored by Hiller was published. Some items do not contain a corresponding article figure number as Hiller added the number in the article at the time of publication
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
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
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
New York Public Library
The collection contains off the air recordings of the orchestra from 1939 to 1940, as well as some unbroadcast audition recordings from 1940
New York Public Library
The music, papers, and iconography in the Jacob Druckman Collection represent the professional and personal interests of their namesake. The collection accrued naturally through Druckman's activities as composer, conductor, teacher, and concert organizer, and it is augmented by documents related to the organizations that he served as a board member, officer, or adjudicator. There is also a small amount of material concerning the work of Druckman's wife, the dance scholar Muriel Topaz. The bulk of the collection falls between 1949 and 1996, the period from Druckman's college graduation to his death
New York Public Library
Laura Foreman (1937-2001) was a dancer, choreographer, founder of the Laura Foreman Dance Company and director of dance at the New School. John Watts (1929-1982) was an American composer, pioneer of electronic music, and director of The New School. Foreman and Watts frequently collaborated on artistic performances. The collection, dated 1965 to 1984, consists mostly of printed matter generated from Laura Foreman and John Watts' work at The New School's The Composers' and Choreographers' Theatre. The collection holds clippings, flyers, photographs, posters, and programs
New York Public Library
These noncommercial sound and video recordings were collected by John Watts and consist primarily of his own compositions -- The audio tapes of works by Watts feature many of his synthesizer works, including dance scores. The collection also contains several of his chamber works. Performers of the chamber works include Catherine Rowe and Dean Sanders. The three videotapes are entitled Timecoded Woman I, II, III, a collaboration between Watts and his wife, choreographer Laura Foreman

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