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Mayhew Lake "Symphony in Gold" scores collection

 Collection 0188-SCPA
Mayhew Lester Lake (also known by the pseudonym Lester Brockton) was an American composer, conductor, editor and arranger. Beginning in 1913, Lake was the editor-in-chief of the band and orchestra department at the music publisher Carl Fischer, a position he would hold for 35 years. Many of the manuscripts in the collection were used for Lake's sixteen-piece brass concert band, the Symphony in Gold, which he conducted for NBC Radio. The Mayhew Lake "Symphony in Gold" Collection contains manuscript parts used by Lake for the Symphony in Gold.

Dates

  • undated
  • Majority of material found in undated

Use and Access to Collection

There are no restricted files in this collection.

Extent

5.25 Linear Feet

111 Scores

Provenance

Gift of J. Frank Elsass, March 27, 1974.

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Title
Mayhew Lake "Symphony in Gold" scores collection
Status
Abstract
Author
Vin Novara
Date
Spring 1995
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Language of description
English
Script of description
Code for undetermined script
Language of description note
Finding aid written in English

Library Details

Part of the Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library

Contact:
University of Maryland Libraries
8270 Alumni Drive
College Park MD 20742 United States