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Alexander Siloti Collection

 Collection 0026-IPAM
Abstract Alexander Siloti (a.k.a. Ziloti) (1863-1945) was a pianist, conductor, and music teacher. He was a pupil of Liszt and taught many important Russian musicians, including Rachmaninoff. He performed in Europe and the United States, as well as conducting orchestras in Moscow and St. Petersburg. In addition, Siloti taught piano lessons at the Moscow Conservatory, was a member of the faculty at the Juilliard School, and was known for his transcriptions, arrangements, and editions of various...

Alfred Lewis collection of Al Jolson recordings

 Collection 0348-SCPA
Abstract The Alfred Lewis collection on Al Jolson consists of 41 recordings (LPs and 78s) created by or featuring Al Jolson (26 May 1886 – 23 October 1950) from between 1929 and 1983. The collection includes compilations relased following his death. Also included are papers pertaining to various Jolson-focused societies that Lewis had collected. Jolson was a Russian-born American singer, comedian, and actor, with a reputation for performing material that is racist while in blackface. For the ethos of...

Alfred Reed manuscript scores collection

 Collection 0051-SCPA
Abstract Alfred Reed (1921-2005) was a composer, arranger, and conductor in the U.S. His birth name was Alfred Friedman but by the time he was ten, he was playing trumpet professionally under the name Alfred Reed. From 1938 to 1942, he was a staff composer, arranger, and assistant conductor for the Radio Workshop in New York. His next positions were as associate conductor of the 529th U.S. Air Force Band, and as staff composer and arranger for NBC and ABC. In 1953 he became conductor of the Baylor...

Alice Parker papers

 Collection 0185-SCPA
Abstract Alice Parker is an American composer, conductor, and teacher whose work includes more than 400 compositions including operas, cantatas, choral pieces, and songs cycles on Native American texts as well as poetry. From 1949 to 1967 she worked as an arranger for Robert Shaw Chorale, arranging folk songs, hymns, and spirituals from around the world. In 1985, she founded Melodious Accord, Inc., a non-profit which presents choral concerts, hosts workshops, and provides training for composers,...

Allen Ahearn print collection on jazz and blues

 Collection 0371-SCPA-AHEARN
Content Description

Print collection on jazz and blues of 193 first editions or first printings from 1942-1990 with original dust jackets

Allen Perdue Britton papers

 Collection 0135-SCPA
Abstract Allen Perdue Britton (1914-2003) was a prominent figure in American music educator. Britton served as a professor of Music at the University of Michigan, eventually serving as Dean of the School of Music. Britton was the founding editor of the Journal of Research in Music Education and American Music, and served on the Board of Directors and Trustees of numerous musical societies, and President of the Music Educators...

Anna Dorsey Cooke Allison collection

 Collection 0096-UA
Abstract The Anna Dorsey Cooke Allison collection consists of photographs and memorabilia documenting University of Maryland campus life and the studies of Maryland students Anna Helen Emily Dorsey, Elise Dorsey, and Giles Buckner Cooke, Allison's mother, aunt, and father. Also included is a photograph of Maryland Agricultural College cadet Hammond Dorsey, Mrs. Allison's grandfather. Anna H.E. Dorsey was a member of the Class of 1925 and was active in student government and the Y.W.C.A. Giles B....

Hotsy Alperstein papers

 Collection 0106-UA
Abstract

Isidore "Hotsy" Alperstein, Class of 1943, was an outstanding boxer during his time at Maryland and was inducted into the University of Maryland Athletic Hall of Fame in 1990. These papers consist of various university-related materials and memorabilia acquired by Alperstein over the years. A preliminary inventory is available and can be found in the "Additional Description" section of this finding aid.

Records of Alpha Lambda Delta, Adele H. Stamp Chapter

 Collection 0084-UA
Abstract The University of Maryland Chapter of Alpha Lambda Delta was founded in 1932 as the Freshman Women's Honor Society. The chapter became known as the Adele H. Stamp Chapter in 1960. In 1975, Alpha Lambda Delta opened initiation to freshman men and began serving as an honor society for all freshman students. The collection contains membership records, financial records, annual reports, meeting minutes, award programs, correspondence, national and local publications, photographs, scrapbooks,...

Alpha Phi Omega records

 Collection 0159-UA
Abstract Alpha Phi Omega (APO) is a national service fraternity founded at Lafayette College in 1925. Its mission is to prepare campus and community leaders through service. Its purpose is to develop leadership, to promote friendship and to provide service to humanity. An Alpha Phi Omega interest group at the University of Maryland was organized in fall of 1946 under the guidance of Speech Department Professor Gordon D. Brigham. On May 25, 1947, the group of 41 men was granted a charter to form the...

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