School of Music Performances - Programs and Recordings
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.
- 1917 - 2016
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Collection is open for research.
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Copyright is retained by the creators of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
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Biographical or Historical Information
In 1893 the purpose of the Music Department was "to give each student...an opportunity to become a fairly good singer, to have sufficient knowledge of the rudiments of music..., and to be able to teach the first principles of singing and sight-reading to the pupils of her school." A special department of instrumental music was added to the curriculum in 1899. In 1912, under the direction of Wade R. Brown, the Music Department offered a regular course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Music. In 1921 the Music Department became the School of Music. As stated in the Annual Catalog (August 1986), the school "offers the only comprehensive music program from undergraduate through doctoral study in both performance and music education in North Carolina."
106.00 boxes (99 Boxes)
Language of Materials
Materials have been maintained in the order in which they were recieved.
Method of Acquisition
Records were transferred from the School of Music.
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