University of California, Santa Cruz
The music manuscripts series of the Lou Harrison archive contains autograph music scores, sketches and revisions produced by Harrison during his seventy-five years of writing music
University of Maryland - Archives and Manuscripts
The University of Maryland Percussion Program was established and led by Ron Barnett. Best known as the timpanist with the Kennedy Center Opera and Ballet Orchestra in Washington D.C. from 1971 to 2002, he was also a former member of the U.S. Navy Band, as well as a member of the Marimba Masters, a marimba ensemble formed at the Eastman School of Music that gained wide critical acclaim. This collection contains various performance programs, handwritten notes by Barnett, a music manuscript, and historical documents.
University of California, Santa Cruz
These notebooks contain writings, letters, music sketches, scores, ideas, calligraphy, artwork, gamelan notes, teaching materials, program notes, poetry, clippings, travel notes, etc. produced by Harrison during his seventy-five years of writing music
University of Pittsburgh
Mr. Rogers enters wearing a backpack. Inside the backpack is a toy elephant that plays a drum. Mr. Rogers takes the batteries out of the toy elephant to show that the toy will not work without the batteries. Mr. Rogers then goes to visit his friend Tim Adams. Tim Adams shows Mr. Rogers all the instruments that a percussionist plays and demonstrates some of them. Later, Mr. Rogers reads a book entitled: Animal Sounds
Center for Jewish History
The collection consists of published and unpublished works of Yiddish and Hebrew, art, popular, and theater music, Holocaust songs, liturgical and Hasidic music, and instrumental compositions. The collection is divided into the following series: *Sheet Music*. 1897-1969. Published popular, art and theater music, mainly of the United States. Composers and arrangers include Joseph Brody, Abraham Ellstein, Louis Friedsell, Abraham Goldfaden, Solomon Golub, Pinchas Jassinowski, H.A. Russotto, Peretz Sandler, Sholom Secunda, Solomon Shmulewitz-Small, Herman Wohl. *Choral Music*. 1909-1973. Yiddish and Hebrew folk and art songs, classical compositions. Composers and arrangers include Samuel Alman, Abraham Wolf Binder, Samuel Bugatch, Julius Chajes, Harry Coopersmith, Abraham Ellstein, Charles Davidson, Maurice Goldman, Vladimir Heifetz, Max Helfman, Pinchas Jassinowski, Mark Lavry, Henry Lefkowitch, Boris Levenson, Leo Low, Meyer Posner, Jacob Schaefer, Ephraim Shkliar, Lazar Weiner, Zavel ... Read More
University of California, Los Angeles - Charles E. Young Research Library
Handwritten lectures on auscultation, percussion, inspection, and history of anatomy, written in a clear hand in ink on lined paper, from October 1846 at an unidentified institution by an unattributed author. A single page, written in pencil, is dated 26 October 1851. The manuscript appears to be transcripts of lectures to be delivered to a medical school class by the speaker, with cross-outs and corrections; some lectures begin with the salutation, "Gentlemen". Lecture IV pertains to percussion and auscultation. The November 17th lecture is a welcome to medical studies and a history and outline of the study of anatomy
Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library
Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
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Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library
Trinity Wall Street - Archives

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