Senator John Heinz History Center
This collection consists of one reel of Sony Tape type 7, entitled Kalaidescope program WTAE Radio, R.W. Ingrim interviewed concerning Pittsburgh Concert Society, December 2, 1967, separated as MSC 362
Senator John Heinz History Center
The Shapiro family oral history collection is housed in one archival box. This collection includes 5 family tapes of conversations of brothers Howard, Jason and Samuel Shapiro and taped by Louise Silk, daughter of Howard Shapiro, in 1998. The conversations relate to Shapiro family history and the National Record Mart which was founded by the brothers and their father Hyman Shapiro. The transcriptions, done by Louise Shapiro, are included
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
Broadsides documenting productions at the Theatre-Royal, Dublin, Ireland -- Includes productions, actors and actresses, dates and times of performances, ticket prices, and next day's offerings. Productions range from Shakespeare's Othello to pony races and tableau vivans. Each major production was accompanied by a farce and a dance or musical number. The Theatre also produced operas and musical concerts, with performers and composers from London as well as Ireland. The broadsides provide an overview of the Irish stage and of the itinerary of early nineteenth- century performers who appeared in London, Dublin, and New York
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
Sheet music, sound recordings, song books, manuscripts -- This portion of the collection contains items pertaining to the Florida State Song -Old Folks at Home (a.k.a. Suwannee River). Through House Concurrent Resolution No. 22 in 1935, S.P. Robineau of Miami successfully entered "The Swanee River" as the official state song, replacing "Florida, My Florida," which had been adopted as the State Song in 1913
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Correspondence, sheet music, original scores, financial and medical records, clippings, minutes and reports, brochures, and photographs document the life and work of Nicolas Nabokov from 1918 through his death in 1978
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
The collection begins with newsletters dating back to 1962, 9 years before the center opened its doors, detailing plans to build the center, simply called "The National Cultural Center" until Jan. 23, 1964 when President Johnson signed an act to make it the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Clippings, pamphlets, press releases, and broadside flyers suppliment this collection of emphemera relative to the Center
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
"James H. Moore, professor in the Music Department at the University of Chicago from 1976 to 1984, was one of the leading scholars researching seventeenth-century Venetian sacred music. After Professor Moore's premature death in 1984, his parents presented his papers and scholarly research materials to the University of Chicago Library. These included a major collection of primary and secondary sources on microfilm."--University of Chicago Library website. This portion of the collection contains dissertations on music written between 1953 and 1978