Cornell University Libraries
Approximately 200 12" vinyl records, including those used by Dr. Dre and DJ Yella when they deejayed at clubs and parties between 1984 and 1986; 1 Receipt Book, containing signed receipts and payments for studio time featuring signatures of N.W.A. members Eazy-E (Eric Wright), Ice Cube (O'Shea Jackson), Dr. Dre (Andre Young) and other west coast Hip Hop legends; contract between Alonzo Williams and Interscope Records buying back Dr. Dre's master tapes of the unreleased recordings Dre made with the Wreckin Cru; publishing contract between Alonzo Williams and Master P (Percy Miller); contract between Alonzo Williams signing Dr. Dre to Kru-Cut Records; letter to Master P demanding royalties for a sample of the Wreckin' Cru's 'Turn Off The Lights' used on the song Ice Cream; 25 flyers and 20 photographs of Wreckin' Cru performances and events
National Library of Australia
Getty Research Institute
This set of three posters produced by John Cage and Calvin Sumsion was made to advertise the premiere performance of Cage and Lejaren Hiller collaborative piece HPSCHD in which they utilized computer technology. The performance was realized at the University of Illinois in Urbana on May 16, 1969 (cf. Kostelanetz)
University of Maryland
The Clara Rockmore collection covers the period from 1898 to 1996; the bulk of the materials date from 1930-1980. The collection consists of clippings, programs, correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks and scores related to Rockmore's career as a musician and her personal life. Among the most significant holdings are correspondence between Rockmore and Leon Theremin, scores adapted for performance on the theremin, and photographs from Rockmore's early childhood
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
La dura fría hora = The hard, cold hour -- Incendio, incendio -- Solo la sombra trémula se refuerce en mis manos = The tremulous shadow twists in my hands
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
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
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
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

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