AMRC. American Music Research Center
Found in 82 Collections and/or Records:
Silent film music collected by Alvin Layton (1899-1987), composer, violinist, conductor of the Curran Theater Orchestra
Records of the American Music Research Center, founded by Sister Mary Dominic Ray (1913—1994) at Dominican College (1969), acquired by the University of Colorado at Boulder (1989), including catalogues, publicity materials, research records, correspondence, business and transaction records, finding aids, photographs, scrapbooks, board records and event documentation. Includes materials from Dominican College and the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Manuscripts and personal papers of Arthur Olaf Andersen (1880-1958), music educator, theorist, and composer, professor at the American Conservatory of Music (1908-1929), Chicago Musical College (1929-1934) and University of Arizona, including manuscript musical compositions, essays, articles, fictional writings, correspondence, photographs, family memorabilia, and compositions by Andersen's wife, Helen Somerville Andersen (1892-1968).
Materials related to the early California missions, from the Sister Mary Dominic Ray Library. Portions pertaining to the research, teaching, and preparation for Sister Mary’s book Gloria Dei have been brought together in this collection. Many of the materials in Series I and II are photographic copies of original documents held by other institutions. Includes articles and related writings relevant to the missions.
Contains Ms. Collins' published compositions, certificates, awards, clippings, and programs, 1970's-1990's
Song lists and notebooks from Carrie Mae Farrington Craver (1878-1965) and her daughter, Grace Craver Small (1896-1996), pioneers, folk singers, folk song collectors. Includes tape recorded interview.
Collection contains clippings, photos, booklets and sheet music written and published by Carrie Jacobs-Bond and Son at the Bond Shop
Manuscript compositions and papers of Charles Eakin (b. 1927), Composer and bass player; Professor of Music, University of Colorado (1950-?); Bass player, Houston and New Orleans Symphonies; Faculty member, University of Minnesota and Baylor University, including published and unpublished music, photographs, publicity materials, recordings, and correspondence.
Manuscripts of Daniel Jones (1888-1932), American composer and pianist. Includes compositions of Jones' spouse, Edith Howell Jones.
This collection contains performances and interviews on both audiocassette and videocassette that were either collected by David A. Brose, Colorado State Folklorist from 1982-1987, or made under his direction for the Colorado Council on the Arts.
Papers collected by Deane Miller (1901-1971), trumpeter and brother to Major Alton Glenn Miller, including Miller family articles and photographs, and Deane Miller's autobiography.
Personal papers of Dennis Riley (1943-1999), compososer, pianist, pioneer of computer music notation; student of George Crumb, Ben Johnston, and Storm Bull; M.Mus. University of Illinois (1968), Ph D. University of Iowa (1973); MacDowell Colony Fellow, Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellow, Joseph H. Bearns Prize fwinner. Includes music compositions, teaching materials, correspondence, and audio recordings.
Personal papers and writings of Don G. Campbell (1946-2012), author, musician, sound therapist, student of Nadia Boulanger and author of her first English language biography, author of "The Mozart Effect," "Healing at the Speed of Sound," and other books. Includes research materials, recordings, writings, correspondence, and other personal papers.
Ballad operas collected by AMRC founder Sister Mary Dominic Ray, including research and teaching materials about actors and operas, articles about cominc operas in the United States, and an index of opera titles.
Audio tapes, disc recordings, photographs, and papers collected by Ed Burke of Miami, Florida; record producer; owner of Fanfare, Jazz Hour, and Soundcraft recording labels; documenting radio music performances in the United States, 1930-1960, and including radio performances by Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman, and other important performers from the Swing Era. Recordings contain entire radio broadcasts, many of which were transferred from transcription discs.