Minnesota Historical Society
Records of a professional society of music instructors formed to promote music education in Minnesota
North Carolina State University
Minutes, administrative files, committee records, publicity materials, programs, scrapbooks, and other records documenting the evolution of the Raleigh Chamber Music Guild from its beginning in 1941 to 1994. Its mission statement remains the same: to further participation in, education about, and pure enjoyment of the best in chamber music that the world has to offer. In fulfilling this mission, the guild's papers reflect its various functions. Included are the job descriptions of the guild manager, president, vice-president, treasurer, and secretary from 1970. These papers contain the articles of incorporation, constitution, by-laws, grant applications, minutes of meetings, publicity about events, reviews of performances, scrapbooks, photographs, scores, audio cassettes and news paper clippings. Of particular interest is a series of musical programs collected since 1941. Also, the papers contain a brief history of the Raleigh Chamber Music Guild from 1941 to 1973
University of Wisconsin, Stout
Menomonie Music Lovers began as the Tuesday Musicale in 1905 and became affiliated with the National Federation of Music Clubs in 1925. Eventually the name was changed to Menomonie Music Study Club. Meetings were held on Wednesday. The main prupose of the club was to promote higher standards in the cultivation and appreciation of music. In 1990 the name was changed to the Menomonie Music Lovers. In 2001 the club was officially dissolved because of poor attendance and lack of membership growth. This collection includes minutes of meetings, correspondence, newspaper articles, photographs and miscellaneous materials
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
The Music School operated as a department of College Settlement from 1908 until the school became independent in 1914
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
The collection includes board minutes, membership lists, correspondence, job descriptions, curriculum guides, project and program materials
Columbia University
An extensive collection of reel-to-reel tapes (484 in all). There are also three videotapes and four cartons of files
Columbia University
The collection consists of original manuscripts, correspondence, and related documents for "The American Story," the prize-winning, continuing script series prepared and distributed to radio stations as a public service by Broadcast Music, Inc., in association with the Society of American Historians. Designed to bring authoritative American history before wide audiences, "The American Story" was inaugurated in July 1954. Contributors to this series of 212 papers have been such outstanding historians as George Dangerfield, Marquis James, Frank Luther Mott, Allan Nevins, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Bruce Catton, Richard B. Morris, Howard Mumford Jones--115 altogether, faculty members of 48 colleges and universities as well as private individuals
Columbia University
An extensive collection of reel-to-reel tapes
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, minutes, annual reports, state convention programs, financial reports, and printed material, relating to the association's interest in Ohio music teachers and the advancement of musical knowledge and education and its affiliation with Music Teachers' National Association
State Library of Queensland
This collection contains the full score and parts of the piece by composer Matthew Dewey. The work was commissioned by Queensland Music Festival for Mt Isa Celebrates. Performed at Mount Isa Civic Centre on Thursday 213 July 2015. It was performed by Mount Isa Community Ensembles (MICE) with a combined schools choir conducted by Sean O'Boyle. The conductor's score has performance markings throughout, in highlighter marker pen