Moravian Music Foundation
by B. Carr LBV [4.1]-- LBV [4.2] -- composed & arranged by C. Meineke -- LBV [4.3] -- by Arthur Clifton -- LBV [4.4] -- arranged by B. Carr -- LBV [4.6] -- arranged by B. Carr -- LBV [4.7] -- arranged by B. Carr -- LBV [4.8] -- A. Clifton -- LBV [4.9] -- O. Shaw -- LBV [4.10] -- Mozart -- LBV [4.11] -- by the Rev John C. Bechler -- LBV [4.12] -- [Christian Gregor] --
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
Beginning with a program for the ground-breaking ceremony, this collection of programs and other ephemera (clippings, photographs, correspondence, pamphlets, broadside flyers, souvenir brochures) documents the history of Lincoln Center and its component members, the Philharmonic Hall, New York State Theater, Metropolitan Opera House, Library & Museum of the Performing Arts, Vivian Beaumont Theater, the Julliard School, Alice Tully Hall, and the Guggenheim Bandshell
Organ Historical Society - American Organ Archives
Contains two scrapbooks of musical programs beginning in Albany, New York, in 1849, to a nearly complete set of published Christmas and Easter programs from St. Thomas's Church in New York between 1870 and 1880. Book 1 covers the period 1849-1866 and book 2 covers 1867-1880. It appears that some pages in the scrapbooks have been removed
Senator John Heinz History Center
The National Society of Arts and Letters, Pittsburgh Chapter is a non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to creating opportunities for young artists in art, dance, drama, literature and music. Mrs. Leroy Lewis and Mrs. John Tennant founded the Society in 1966. This collection is divided into competition materials, minutes and topical items
Senator John Heinz History Center
Papers include lyrics to a song, "Kingdom Coming.".
Senator John Heinz History Center
These papers consist of correspondence, clippings, and biographical material concerning the career of Mr. Farrar in music, dance marathons and anti-litter campaigns
Senator John Heinz History Center
The National Society of Arts and Letters, Pittsburgh Chapter is a non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to creating opportunities for young artists in art, dance, drama, literature and music. Mrs. Leroy Lewis and Mrs. John Tennant founded the Society in 1966. This is a small collection covering three competitions and the installment of the the Chapter in 1966. Additional materials can be found in scrapbooks in MSS 0352
Senator John Heinz History Center
Typescript document of a speech given at the Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania May 23, 1944
Senator John Heinz History Center
Collection of eight manuscript books of music, some original pieces attributed to Krepps