San Jose State University - Special Collections and Archives
The San José State University Music Department collection, 1925-1989 (bulk 1940-1970), documents musical performances produced by the Music Department from 1925 to 1989. The records consist of print materials, loose-leaf programs, flyers, and brochures. This collection is arranged into one series: Series I. Music Department programs, 1925-1989 (bulk 1940-1970)
Western Michigan University
Photocopy of music and lyrics to children's song "Hang Up Your Stocking," 1972
New York State Historical Documents
Major correspondents include Maurice Abravanel, Ernst Josef Aufricht, Sam Behrman, Marc Blitzstein, Bertolt Brecht, Cheryl Crawford, Marlene Dietrich, Max Dreyfus, Felix Bloch Erben, Max Gordon, Elisabeth Hauptman, Helen Hayes, Hans Heinsheimer, Jack Horowitz, Irving Lazar, Arthur Lyons, George Marton, Archibald MacLeish, Louis Nizer, Leah Salisbury, Victor Samrock, Irene Sharaff, Maurice Speiser, Herbert Wechsler, Alma Maria Werfel, Johann F. Wharton, Audrey Wood, and Herman Wouk
University of Pittsburgh
The Robert Schmertz Collection contains instruments, concert posters and programs, music manuscripts, published scores, songbooks, photos, and sound recordings of Schmertz' own performances and those of the major recording artists who recorded his works, including Burl Ives and Pete Seeger
National Library Board, Singapore
Muzika ekstravaganza is a co-production concert by MediaCorpTV12 Suria & Radio Television Malaysia (RTM)
Western Reserve Historical Society
Music (mostly printed) written by James H. Rogers
Filson Historical Society
Logan Berry English collection consists of personal correspondence from World War I, various post-war military papers, newspapers from November, 1918, and a folder of miscellaneous, non-military items. Lieutenant English was a chaplain in the 336th regiment (part of the 84th Lincoln, or Railsplitters Division), American Expeditionary Force, and was stationed at Camp Sherman, near Chillicothe, Ohio, and various parts of France during World War I. The 336th never saw action and was inactivated in January, 1919. He also served in the Kentucky Infantry Reserve until 1928. Folder 8 contains oversized newspapers
New York Public Library
Zero Mostel (1915-1977) was an American artist and actor of stage and screen, well known for his portrayal of Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof. The Zero Mostel scores contain Mostel's personal copies of published sheet music both related and unrelated to his acting career, as well as sheet music from Jim Brochu's play Zero Hour, a tribute to Mostel produced after his death
New York Public Library
Approximately 60,000 orchestral, chamber, solo instrumental, vocal and choral scores, solo parts and libretti placed in the AMC library by their composer members -- Virtually all genres of notated music are represented in the collection, including many forms of orchestral concert music (overtures, symphonies, suites, etc.), chamber music for winds, strings, keyboard, percussion, electronics, alone and in combination, vocal music, solo and choral, and staged works (opera, ballet, musicals). The collection includes many published scores, but a large portion are reproductions of composer's manuscripts. Conventionally notated scores predominate, but there are also many representatives of various forms of graphic notation
University of California, San Diego
The Robert Erickson Papers document Erickson's career as a composer, musician and faculty member at the University of California, San Diego. The collection is comprised of correspondence, holograph music scores, and materials relating to Erickson's teachings at UCSD and his work with the Center for Music Experiment, as well as recordings of performances and appearances on several media formats


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