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subj15. Holdings related to Music

 Record Group
Identifier: subj15
Holdings related to Music

Found in 54 Collections and/or Records:

B Sharp Music Club, New Orleans, Louisiana Records

Identifier: 030
Scope and Contents The records of the B Sharp Music Club include correspondence, clippings, programs, photographs, and typescripts of the club's historys. Items document the founding of the club by Camille Nickerson and the activities of the organization, such as the Pleasant Hour Christmas program, Scholarship Luncheon, and the Junior B Sharp Music Club. Photographs document various meetings, programs, and recitals. Performers include Dr. Frederick B. Hall, Moses Hogan, Debria Brown, John Wesley Work, Roger...
Dates: Created: 1925-1998

Harold R. Battiste papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 451
Scope and Contents As a central figure among a small group of jazz musicians and jazz educators who shaped the second 50 years of New Orleans jazz, the papers of Harold R. Battiste document Battiste's career as an influential composer, producer, educator, and promoter of modern jazz music. Also documented are Battiste's various business ventures in the area of music, including his work with Sonny and Cher and the foundation and history of All For One (A.F.O.) Records and At Last Publishing Co., the first...
Dates: Created: 1928-2010; Other: Date acquired: 08/12/1994

Elliot Von Joseph Beal papers

Identifier: 036
Scope and Contents The Elliot Von Joseph Beal papers include correspondence, scrapbooks, invitations, clippings, programs, photographs, sheet music, financial records, and honors and awards generated by the career of New Orleans teacher and musician Elliot Von Joseph Beal. A few personal items are included, such as Orleans Parish School Board teaching certificates, family photographs, materials about social clubs in which Beal held membership, and materials about his McDonogh #35 high school class. Items about...
Dates: Created: 1932-1985; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1986

Annabelle Bernard papers

Identifier: 622
Content Description Annabelle Bernard was a native of New Orleans, Louisiana, a graduate of Xavier University, and a leading opera singer in Europe. She left New Orleans for Europe and had her debut in 1961 at the Berlin Opera, where she would spend the next 40 years. She retired in 2000 and returned to New Orleans. This collection of papers consists of news clippings; correspondence files; programs in English, German, and Italian; photographs; and critical reviews documenting Ms. Bernard’s career. Also...
Dates: Other: 1956-2001

Jason Berry papers

Identifier: 045
Scope and Contents The personal papers of Jason Berry, author, civil rights activist, and press secretary to Charles Evers, consist of 7.89 linear feet of material related to civil rights, politics, and race relations in Mississippi and Louisiana. The papers also document Berry's journalism and interest in the history of jazz in New Orleans, as well as environmental issues in southeast Louisiana. The bulk of the materials consist of documentation related to Charles Evers' gubernatorial (1971) and senatorial...
Dates: Created: 1971-1991; Other: Majority of material found in 1971-1988; Other: Date acquired: 12/01/1986

Edward V. Bonnemere collection

Identifier: 2017
Content Description

Includes correspondence, clippings, biographical data, photographs, and ephemera related to the career of Eddie V. Bonnemere - a proponent of jazz music in liturgical settings. Also includes an audiocassette of Bonnemere's album Isn't it Odd?

Dates: Other: 1966-1985

Carol Brice papers

Identifier: 056
Scope and Contents The Carol Brice papers document the career and personal life of Carol Lovette Brice, an acclaimed African American concert singer, recording artist, and professor in the United States and abroad. The papers encompass 11.8 linear feetof correspondence (2.3 linear feet), programs and professional materials (2.3 linear feet), news clippings and publications (1.0 linear foot), personal and financial materials, miscellaneous collected items (0.8 linear feet), as well as photographs, scrapbooks,...
Dates: Created: 1905-1986; Other: Date acquired: 12/01/1972

Anne Wiggins Brown papers

 Collection — 14 items
Identifier: 057
Scope and Contents The papers of Anne Wiggins Brown document her career as a singer, producer and stage director which spanned five decades. Brown was the original "Bess" in George Gershwin's Porgy and Bess. The papers include personal and professional correspondence, photographs, financial records, musical scores, playbills, posters and other collected publications. A large majority of the collection is newspaper clippings. The correspondence dates from 1935 until 1998. The earliest correspondence...
Dates: Created: 1935-2002; Other: Date acquired: 11/01/1991

Thomas Carey papers

Identifier: 71
Scope and Contents Papers of Thomas Devore Carey, baritone singer, professor of music, and husband of Carol Brice include correspondence, financial records, and administrative materials on their joint project, the Cimarron Circuit Opera Company.The papers consist of correspondence, photographs, news releases, newspaper and magazine clippings, programs, brochures, and announcements. The bulk of his correspondence (1959-1969) are letters written to Maestro and Madame (Wilfred and Rose Pelletier),...
Dates: 1947-1991

Mary E. Chamberlin papers

Identifier: 080
Content Description

Largely consisting of family correspondence, this collection also includes photographs, a scrapbook, various ephemera, and a wedding announcement. The collection also includes some materials from the Oberlin College class of 1899.

Dates: Other: 1886-1906