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Robert Davis & Henry J. Schalizki papers

 Collection 0367-SCPA
Abstract Robert Donald Davis Jr. was born on September 3, 1920 in Battle Creek, Michigan, and died on February 23, 2011 in Chevy Chase, Maryland. Henry Joseph Schalizki was born on October 12, 1921 in Baltimore, Maryland, and he passed away on January 3, 2017. Together, Davis and Schalizki’s work and philanthropy influenced the theatre community in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. This collection has six series and 18 subseries, the bulk of the material dates from 1940-2011, and includes...

Robert D.B. Carlisle papers

 Collection 0027-MMC-NPBA
Abstract Robert D.B. Carlisle (1922-2009) was a reporter and bureau chief for Newsweek before working successively for all three television networks as a writer. He started an educational and public broadcasting career when he moved to WNDT (now WNET) in New York during its first year as a public TV station in 1962. He began as a producer and became an Executive Producer before moving on to serve as director of network operations for SUNY's new, central educational communications office. In the...

Robert E. Foster papers

 Collection 0326-SCPA
Abstract A conductor and trumpet player, Robert E. Foster (born 1939) was Director of Bands at the University of Kansas from 1971 until his retirement in 2002. Foster also served as an adjudicator and clinician, working with many school music programs and community orchestras, including the Lawrence City Band, where he has served as Director since 1992. In addition, he has served as past President of both the American Bandmasters Association and the National Band Association. This collection consists...

Robert Ellis Dunn collection

 Collection 0217-SCPA-DUNN
Abstract

Robert Ellis Dunn (1928-1996) was an American dancer, choreographer, company leader, educator, musician, and curator of dance collections. The collection consists of videocassettes and papers. The videocassette recordings are of dances choreographed by Dunn, workshops taught by Dunn, panel discussions featuring Dunn, or video-recorded informal discussions including Dunn. Topics covered in Laban Movement Analysis, Judson Dance Theater, and other issues pertaining to Postmodern dance.

Robert Hawkins papers

 Collection 0110-SCPA
Abstract

Dr. Robert Hawkins was director of bands and professor of music for Western State University of Colorado and Morehead State University. He was director of music camps in both locations. He was elected to the American Bandmasters Association in 1955. The Robert Hawkins papers contains band arrangements, audio and video tapes, marching band drill charts, published concert music, programs, newsletters and mailings related to his career as a bandmaster.

Robert Hoe collection

 Collection 0111-SCPA
Abstract

The Robert Hoe collection contains 189 LP recordings (plus duplicates) of American and European band marches, including the Heritage of the March series and a set of Sousa’s works recorded by the United States Marine Band. The collection also contains a significant portion of Hoe's newsletters sent to the "gang" regarding his recording projects as well as related correspondence.

Robert J. Garofalo papers

 Collection 0330-SCPA
Abstract Robert Joseph Garofalo (1939- ) is emeritus professor/conductor at the Catholic University of America, and one of the founders and conductor of Heritage Americana, a recreation of a Civil War era brass band that performed on period instruments. Garofalo also founded Whirlwind Music Publications and is currently president of the company. He was elected president of the Eastern Division of the College Band Directors National Association and is now on the editorial board of the CBNDA Journal....

Robert Klotman papers

 Collection 0130-SCPA
Abstract Robert Klotman, born in 1918, was an active musician, educator, and leader in the field of music education. He served as President of the Music Educators National Conference (MENC), now known as the National Association for Music Education (NAfME), from 1976 to 1978 and President of the North Central Division of MENC from 1972 to 1974. This collection consists of Klotman’s professional papers including correspondence, speeches, articles, publications, and programs related to large...

Robert L. Grace collection

 Collection 0434-SCPA-RGRACE
Abstract Robert L. Grace (1940-2019) was an American band director and audio recording engineer. He served as a band director for twenty-two years beginning in Killeen, Texas and later at Burleson High School. Concurrent with his teaching career, he founded Vestige Custom Records, which evolved into Vestige Audio/Video. In 1985, he took a position at Louisiana State University School of Music to establish a recording studio and create a curriculum for recording techniques. In 1990, he became a...

Robert L. Hoffman papers

 Collection 0112-SCPA
Abstract Robert L. Hoffman was an accomplished clarinetist who played under Arturo Toscanini, Leopold Stokowski, Leonard Bernstein and Edwin Franko Goldman. Hoffman studied at the Ernest Williams School of Music, New York University, and Columbia University. He taught at NYU and Queens College. Hoffman also conducted the Princeton University Band, the Westbury Fire Department Band, and the Roslyn Recreation Band. The Robert L. Hoffman papers consists of correspondence, programs, clippings,...

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