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PA/MUS. Music

 Record Group Term
Identifier: PA/MUS

Found in 60 Collections and/or Records:

Juliette Adams Papers

Identifier: MSS 0421
Content Description

This collection contains articles and books written by Mrs. Crosby Adams (Juliette Adams); scrapbooks of her teaching studio happenings, other musical happenings, and programs from the recitals of her students; published articles about Adams; and one folder of correspondence. Several of her scrapbooks contain her handwritten description of events, classes, and class participants.

Dates: 1887-1945, and undated

Nicholas Anderson Musical Score and Personal Papers Collection

Identifier: CC 0015

Nicholas Anderson is remembered as a teacher and musician. The Nicholas Anderson Sheet Music and Personal Papers Collection reflects his career as a cellist, begining with his early studies with Leslie Parnas and Irving Klein, and including materials related to his career as a solist and working with the New York Philharmonic Youth Orchestra.

Dates: 1952 - 2015; Other: Date acquired: 2016 November 3

Lev Aronson Musical Score and Personal Papers Collection

Identifier: CC 0009
Abstract Lev Aronson (1912-1988) was a notable performer and teacher of the cello. He co-authored the pedagogical text, The Complete Cellist, with Rudolf Matz, but may be best remembered for his influence as an inspirational teacher to many established cellist of the current generation. In addition to the collection of musical...
Dates: 1912 - 1988; Other: Date acquired: 2008 January

Arts Forum Student Compositions

Identifier: MSS 0423
Abstract The Arts Forum, which began in 1944, was designed to bring together those interested in the various arts in order to promote their understanding and appreciation. The forum was mainly centered around the creative activities of students from high schools and colleges throughout the southeastern United States.The collection consists of 22 original music manuscripts dating from 1946 to1949 which were created by students of The Woman's College and performed at the annual Arts Forum...
Dates: 1946 - 1949

Ivor Aycock Notebook

Identifier: MSS 0335

Ivor Aycock was a student of the State Normal and Industrial, graduating in 1912 with a Bachelor of Music degree.

Dates: 1912

Eddie C. Bass Collection

Identifier: MSS 0458
Abstract Eddie Covington Bass is a professor of music and coordinator of composition at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Bass received his Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1964 and came to teach at UNCG in 1968.Bass has composed for multiple instruments, including orchestra, wind ensemble, chorus, vocal soloists, and chamber ensembles. His collection includes original manuscripts of his composition Epitaphs, as...
Dates: 1983; Other: Date acquired: 10/09/2017

Alan Beeler Papers

Identifier: MSS 0450

Alan Beeler (1939-2016) is remembered as a performer, educator, and a prolific composer. Acquired in November 2016, the Alan Beeler Collection contains over a hundred manuscript compositions and arrangements, in addition to other music for a variety of instrumentation. The collection also contains a small amount of Beeler's personal papers, including teaching materials.

Dates: 1960 - 2007

Ennio Bolognini Musical Score and Personal Papers Collection

Identifier: CC 0013
Abstract Ennio Bolognini (1893-1979) was an Argentine-born cellist, composer, conductor, pilot, and professional boxer. Bolognini began studying cello performance with his father (Egidio Bolognini), completing his education with Jose Garca at the St. Celicia Conservatory in Buenos Aires. He debuted as a soloist at twelve years of age, winning the Luigi Rovatti cello (presently in thecollection of the Smithsonian) at an Ibero-American International competition. Bolognini was awarded an honorary...
Dates: 1893 - 1979

Cello Music Collection General

Identifier: CC 0020

Cello Music General Collection consists of musical scores individually donated or purchased, which are accessioned into the UNCG Cello Music Collection independently of a personal archival collection.

Dates: 1900 - 2015

Elizabeth Cowling Musical Score and Personal Papers Collection

Identifier: CC 0002
Abstract Elizabeth Cowling was born in Northfield, Minnesota. She attended Carleton College, where she received her B.A. degree in Philosophy and went on to Columbia University, where she received her M.A. degree in Economics. Her Master'sand Ph.D. in Music were earned at Northwestern University.Dr. Cowling studied in Europe, starting in Paris in 1929, where she worked with Paul Bazelaire and studied with Mischa Schneider of the Budapest String Quartet. In 1950 she was a student of Pablo...
Dates: 1937 - 1987; Other: Date acquired: 1977

George Darden Papers

Identifier: MSS 445
Abstract George Darden, born in 1943 was known for his piano and vocal skills, making him successful in the field of Opera. George Darden is most known for his involvement in the Metropolitan Opera from 1985 to 2006. This collection, while only containing a few musical manuscripts, provides a more detailed look into his personal life with items such as correspondence, yearbooks from college and high school and even information connecting to George’s acquaintances and friends. This collection contains...
Dates: 1943 - 2014

George Darden Piano and Opera Music Collection

Identifier: MSS 0445
Abstract George Darden's 1963 debut featured a solo piano performance with the Savannah Symphony. After studying under pianist, Carlisle Floyd, and mezzo-soprano, Elena Nikolaidi, at Florida State University, Darden established himself in the Texas Opera Theatre and the Houston Grand Opera in major projections such as Il Barbiere di Sivilia and Of Mice and Men. In 1985, he began his collaboration with the Metropolitan Opera, providing piano and music preparation for...
Dates: 1887 - 2003; Majority of material found within 1890 - 2000

David Anton Papers

 Unprocessed Material — Document box, legal 1
Identifier: CC 0025

Marion Davies Musical Score and Personal Papers Collection

Identifier: CC 0011
Abstract Marion Davies (1924-2012) is among the first women to secure the position of principal cellist in major orchestras in the United States. She received her music education initially at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. She continued her education at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, studying with Emmanuel Feuermann and Gregor Piatigorsky. Davies served as first cellist with the Kansas City Philharmonic, the Houston Symphony, and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, where she...
Dates: 1924 - 2012

Anna B. and George Dickieson Scrapbooks

Identifier: MSS 0372
Abstract George Dickieson of Winson-Salem, North Carolina, was hired as an instructor at the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina (now UNCG) in 1938 and retired after thirty-nine years in 1979. While at UNCG as a professor and conductor, he greatly influenced the School of Music to better develop the School and its programs to acheive national recognition and offer the best possible education for budding musicians. Mr. Dickieson also conducted the College-Community Orchestra which...
Dates: 1930 - 2005

Hermene Warlick Eichhorn Papers

Identifier: MSS 0126
Abstract Hermene Warlick Eichhorn was an alumna of Woman's College (now UNCG), a musician and award-winning composer, leader in the state's music community, and a music columnist for the Greensboro Daily News.The Hermene Warlick Eichhorn Papers date from 1920 to 1975 and include correspondence regarding Eichhorn's musical interests, professional activities, and specific compositions; biographical information; royalty statements; and original manuscripts of...
Dates: 1920 - 1975

Maurice Eisenberg Musical Score and Personal Papers Collection

Identifier: CC 0004
Scope and Contents

The collection contains approximately 900 scores owned by Maurice Eisenberg. The collections includes many annotated pieces, including five pieces possibly annotated by Pablo Casals.

Dates: 1900 - 1972

Peter Paul Fuchs Papers

Identifier: MSS 0139
Abstract Peter Paul Fuchs (1916-2007) was a conductor, composer, and teacher. The Peter Paul Fuchs Papers spans manuscripts, including numerous sketches and different versions, of approximately 90 pieces by Fuchs. It also includes more than 40 published scores by various composers, with a special focus on operas, and Fuchs' translations and notes for the libretti of six different operas.In addition to scores, the collection also includes sound recordings, personal papers, and a selection...
Dates: 1891 - 2007; Other: Date acquired: 2009 January

Raymond J. Gariglio Papers

Identifier: MSS 0224
Abstract Raymond J. Gariglio came to UNCG in 1966 as a Professor of Music and became the bandmaster for all UNCG performing band ensembles. In 1969, he established the UNCG Jazz Ensemble, the first university-accredited jazz ensemble in North Carolina. A native of Illinois, Gariglio established himself as a premier clarinetist and musician in both the classical and jazz worlds of Chicago in the 1960s, performing as first clarinet and featured soloist for such major ensembles as the Lyric Opera...
Dates: 1850 - 1998; Majority of material found within 1910 - 1990

Patty Provins Gillespie Papers

Identifier: MSS 0425
Content Description

The Patty Provins Gillespie Papers include two scrapbooks and various artifacts from her time as a student at Woman's College of the University of North Carolina (now UNC Greensboro). Items include newspaper clippings, photographs, Woman's College handbook, residence hall cues, theater programs, commencement programs, dolphin seal club brochure, freshman book list, PE papers, Major Voice papers, sheet music, a musical script, and a woman's college bulletin.

Dates: 1945-1962, and undated

Robert C. Hansen Performing Arts Collection

Identifier: MSS 0255
Abstract Robert C. Hansen (1951- ) is a professor of theatre and an Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG).The Robert C. Hansen Performing Arts Collection dates from Roman times (circa 100-300) to 2020 (bulk 1800s-2000s) and contains programs, heralds, guidebooks and periodicals, playbooks, sheet music and song books, correspondence and autographs, original costume and scenery designs, posters, photographs, postcards,...
Dates: circa 100-2018; Majority of material found within 1800s - 2000s

The Holograph Collection

Identifier: MSS 0422

The Holograph Collection was started through the efforts of Dr. Ruth Hannas and George Henry, former members of the music faculty of the Woman's College (now UNCG).

The Holograph Collection consists of over 150 unpublished musical scores created by North Carolina composers during the mid-20th century.

Dates: 1939 - 1961

The International Double Reed Society (IDRS) Records

Identifier: MSS 0403

Established in 1971, the International Double Reed Society (IDRS) is a non-profit organization that brings together double reed musicians, enthusiasts, and instrument manufacturers.

This collection contains both musical scores and the organizational records of the International Double Reed Society.

Dates: 1900 - 2007; Other: Date acquired: 2007 July

Janet Horvath Musical Score and Personal Papers Collection

 Unprocessed Material — Multiple Containers
Identifier: CC 0023

Anna Reid Jones Scrapbook

Identifier: MSS 0326

Anna Reid Jones graduated from the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina in 1947 with a degree in Music. She was a member of the Cornelian Society, the Town Students Organization, the Music Education Club, and the Orchestra.

The Anna Reid Jones Scrapbook dates from 1940 to 1944 and contains chiefly class notes as well as event programs of local musical performances and newspaper clippings.

Dates: 1940 - 1944

Cornelia Jones Scrapbook

Identifier: MSS 0310

Cornelia Jones was a student of the North Carolina College for Women, graduating in 1920 with a Bachelor degree in Music. She was a member of the Cornelian Society, the Chorus, and the Y.W.C.A. Choir.

The Cornelia Jones Scrapbook dates from 1916 to 1920. Among its contents are pictures and photographs, autographs and sentiments, invitations, event programs, college documents, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and other memorabilia.

Dates: 1916 - 1920

Fritz Magg Musical Score and Personal Papers Collection

Identifier: CC 0006
Scope and Contents The Fritz Magg Musical Score Collection contains some 475 items in 44 boxes. Most interesting among those are his transcription of the Caprice no. 15 by Nicolo Paganini and a unique cello method, "A varied routine of practicing the 'Moto Perpetuo' by N. Paganini, a set of exercises arranged for cello. Magg, who devoted his lifetime to the study and teaching of Bach, left 32 editions of the unaccompanied cello suites, including a rare Alexanian edition. His particular performance annotations...
Dates: 1914 - 1997; Other: Date acquired: 2002 January

Jean Knapp Marsh Papers

Identifier: MSS 0140

Jean Knapp Marsh was a leader in the field of physical education and dance. The Jean Knapp Marsh Papers date from approximately the 1920s to 1992 and include teaching materials, sheet music, typescript and manuscript music, a scrapbook of dance/costume materials, and photographs.

Dates: circa 1920-1992

Rudolf Matz Musical Score and Personal Papers Collection

Identifier: CC 0003
Abstract Rudolf Matz (1901-1988) is remembered for his accomplishments as a cellist, as a composer, and as a teacher. Acquired in 1986, the Matz Collection was a gift of Rudolf and Margita Matz. Boxes 1-35 of the collection contain music scores; included are nearly 200 original manuscripts and published editions of Matz's own compositions, including Matz's 32-volume cello method, Prve Godine Violonvella (First Years of the...
Dates: 1919 - 1988; Other: Date acquired: 1986

Susan Metcalfe Letters

Identifier: MSS 0246
Abstract Susan Metcalfe Casals (1878-1959) of New Rochelle, NY was an American mezzo-soprano and socialite who made her vocal debut in New York in 1897. In 1914, she married the famous Spanish cellist, Pablo Casals (1876-1973).The bulk of the collection, consisting of correspondence from her future husband, discusses their early relationship and details about his international tours. The collection also includes correspondence from Metcalfe's friend, painter Lydia Field Emmet, as well as...
Dates: 1902 - 1922

Herman Middleton Papers

Identifier: MSS 0289
Abstract Herman Middleton, head of the Greensboro Women’s College Theatre Department, was an important figure in the theatre community. Middleton holds the position of second most productions directed by a UNCG faculty member, directing over 40 productions. This collection consists of various pictures, slides and books full of production information. One of the most important aspects of this collection are the nine boxes of folders that are in original order, organized and titled by Herman Middleton...
Dates: 1956 - 1990

Margarette S. Miller Scrapbook

Identifier: MSS 0242

Margarette S. Miller was the cousin of trumpeter Phyllis Widener, who played in Freddie Shaffer's Victory Sweetheart's All-Girl Band, which played for military bases and hospitals as part of the United Service Organization's camp shows during World War II. This scrapbook includes postcards, photographs, correspondence, newspapers advertisements and other memorabilia.

Dates: 1942 - 1946

Douglas B. Moore Musical Score and Personal Papers Collection

Identifier: CC 0012

Douglas B. Moore is a cellist, arranger, editor, conductor, and publisher. The Douglas B. Moore Musical Score Collection consists of his arrangements for multiple celli, published through his company, PlayMooreCello. Moore also has published nearly three dozen modern editions of late 18th century and early 19th century duos for violin and cello, most of which have never appeared since their first publication.

Dates: 1988 - 2015; Other: Date acquired: 2015 May 13

Musical Arts Guild Records

Identifier: UA 0054.0004

The Musical Arts Guild has been extant for over 50 years, and has been a significant membership group for both current students, alumni, and faculty of the UNCG School of Music, Theatre, and Dance. The goal of the Musical Arts Guild is to provide support, financial and otherwise, to UNCG students in the form of scholarships. The collection of the Musical Arts Guild contains 2 boxes of material, from 1972-1996.

Dates: 1972 - 2000

North Carolina Music Educators Association Records

Identifier: MSS 0157
Abstract The primary activity of the North Carolina Music Educators Association (NCMEA) is the sponsorship of music festivals and competitions for choirs and bands. NCMEA also strives to create a standard for teaching music education in North Carolina. Records include correspondence, membership materials, minutes and working papers, financial reports, biographical materials, publications, history articles, programs, photographs, sound recordings and publications of North Carolina Music Educator. Also...
Dates: 1937 - 2016

Mary Elsie and Emily Miranda Payne Papers

Identifier: MSS 0508

Mary Elsie Payne Daniel and Emily Miranda payne were students at the North Carolina College for Women in the early 1900s (circa 1907 and 1912, respectively.

Contains materials related to Elsie and Emily Payne's time at the North Carolina College for Women (now UNC Greensboro). Includes materials receipts, ephemera, correspondence, programs, publications, and notebooks from their time at N.C.C.W. Also includes publications related to music and education.

Dates: 1846 - 1937

Photographs of the Monterey Jazz Festival

Identifier: MSS 0516

A collection of 77 color Kodak photographs measuring between 3.5'x5" and 5"x7", without captions. The photographs were taken by an audeience member at the 1970 Monterey Jazz Festival. The images show the groups jamming, watching other performers, and smiling at the crowds.

Dates: 1970

Sallie Ridley and Mary T. Ridley Sheet Music Collection

Identifier: MSS 0241

Twenty-three sheet music scores collected by Sallie Ridley and Mary T. Ridley.

Dates: 1847-1860 and undated

Reinhold Saleski Papers

Identifier: MSS 0236
Scope and Contents The Reinhold E. Saleski Papers date from 1910 to 1973 and includes writings (In English and High German) by Dr. Saleski on subjects including: Educational Theory, Linguistics, Language Instruction, Music, Philosophy, Poetry, Prose Fiction, and Theater. These subjects contain manuscripts (both academic and creative), notes on manuscripts, instructional materials, sheet music, and other documents pertaining to the above mentioned subjects. The collection also contains other possessions of Dr....
Dates: 1910 - 1973

Harold Schiffman Archive

Identifier: MSS 0366
Abstract Harold Schiffman (b. 1928; Greensboro, North Carolina) has composed in virtually all media. His commissions include those from such diverse groups as the Tallahassee Symphony, the International Trombone Association, the Apple Trio, the Concertino String Quartet, the Mallarme Chamber Players, and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro School of Music, as well as from a number of individuals including conductor Richard Burgin, flutist Albert Tipton, soprano Janice Harsanyi, pianist...
Dates: 1944 - 2012

Janos Scholz Musical Score and Personal Papers Collection

Identifier: CC 0005
Abstract Janos Scholz (1903-1993) is remembered as a distiguished performer, teacher, patron of the arts, and music historian. The Janos Scholz Musical Score Collection and Personal Papers Collection were willed by Scholz to Special Collections and University Archives in 1994. The collection contains rare historical pieces in addition to pieces with Scholz annotation from his time as Principal Cellist with the Budapest Symphony Orchestra (under Ernst von Dohnanyi) and from his time with the Roth...
Dates: 1733 - 1993; Other: Date acquired: 1994

School of Music Performances - Programs and Recordings

Identifier: UA 0009.0002
Scope and Contents

This collection contains the programs and recordings of performances by students and groups associated with the School of Music. Boxes in Series 1 contain programs of performances. Boxes in Series 2 contain recordings. Please note that some recordings may be in an obsolete format and need reformatting prior to listening.

Dates: 1917 - 2016

Office of the Dean of the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance

Identifier: UA 0009.0001

This collection contains the administrative records of the Dean of the School of Music, Dance, and Theatre. Included are correspondence, memoranda, committee records, annual reports, and other records that document the activities of the Dean.

Dates: 1894 - 2021

Luigi Silva Musical Score and Personal Papers Collection

Identifier: CC 0001

Luigi Silva (1903-1961) is remembered as a distinguished musician, teacher, and scholar of the violoncello. The Luigi Silva Cello Music Collection, dedicated on April 5, 1964, spans nearly 1400 scores, many of which are transcribed or highly annotated by Silva. This collection is renowned among musicologists for its impressive number of annoted Bach suites.

Dates: 1726 - 1961; Other: Date acquired: 1963