Michael Daugherty papers, 1973-2011

Daugherty, Michael, 1954-


24 linear feet (in 38 boxes).
Papers include compositions and original scores for most of Daugherty's early compositions as well as many of his later works, including the Metropolis Symphony, Desi, and Motor City Triptych. Other materials documenting Daugherty's musical career include correspondence, reviews, previews, programs, brochures, and notes. The collection also includes notes, exams, papers, grant and fellowship applications, and a scrapbook/album that document Daugherty's education and academic career.
Michael Daugherty is an internationally renowned composer and Professor of Composition at the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance. Daugherty graduated from North Texas State University, the Manhattan School of Music, and Yale University. He has composed numerous symphonies, chamber ensembles, concerti, and other works. Daugherty has also received the Kennedy Center's Feldheim Award, a Fulbright Fellowship, and numerous other awards and grants.
Donor: 10020.
The collection is open for research use.
In English.
Finding aid in the library.
Further accruals are expected.

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