MUS. Music, Dance
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Collection of 753 pieces of American (U.S.A.) sheet music pertaining to the First World War (1914-18), the 12-volume compact disk set of WORLD WAR ONE SONGS (produced by Old Time Victrola Music), and a copy of the two-volume 2007 McFarland publication WORLD WAR I SHEET MUSIC by Bernard Parker.
Musical scores composed or arranged by Budd Udell, most of which were created using the Ozalid process.
Collection of letters, photographs, programs, posters, monographs, newspaper and magazine clippings, etc. pertaining to the professional and private lives of modern dance pioneers Ruth St. Denis, Ted Shawn and associates.
Publications, correspondence, contracts, concert posters, tour itineraries, lyrics, albums, photographs, awards, instruments, clothes, and artifacts belonging to American R&B singer, guitarist, songwriter and music producer, Bo Diddley (Ellas McDaniel), who played a key role in the transition from the blues to rock and roll.
The collection represents a sampling of the music research collected by University of Florida Professor Eugene E. Grissom, a professional musician (trombone), historian, art collector and educator, including ephemeral research resources, compiled over a 70 year period, with emphasis on the career of jazz legend Frank Rosolino and the jazz world, in general. Biographical ephemera, pertaining to the life and career of Professor Grissom, is also included.
Band materials, personal and professional correspondence, mementos and souvenirs, printed materials, records related to music clinics, festivals, and conferences, and publications by and about the musician, Harold B. Bachman.
Correspondence regarding band music in Florida by band director/drummer John Heney.
Instructional materials, including exercises for singing and voice control, syllabi, and instructional placards, of John William DeBruyn.