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Will Earhart papers

 Collection 0073-SCPA
Overview Will Earhart (1871-1960) was born in Franklin, Ohio. He began teaching in Ohio, and by 1888 he was music supervisor in the public schools of Greenville, Ohio. By 1898 he was Director of the Richmond (Indiana) High School Orchestra and helped establish the Richmond Civic Orchestra. In 1912, Earhart was Director of Music in the Pittsburgh Public Schools. A year later, Earhart founded and administered the University of Pittsburgh's Department of Public School Music. Earhart held several offices in...

William Foster papers

 Collection 0202-SCPA
Overview William Patrick Foster (1919-2010) was the director of Florida A&M University’s "Marching 100" and was highly influential as a bandmaster, composer, and author. His book, Band Pageantry, a Guide for Marching Band, introduced new marching styles to the band scene, breaking away from the militarized marching formations, which was the norm in past bands. Foster was appointed to the American Council on the Arts by President Bill Clinton and inducted into the...

William H. Hill papers and scores

 Collection 0147-SCPA
Overview William H. Hill was born on December 27, 1930 in Paris, Texas and died December 16, 2000. In 1977, he received the American Bandmasters Association’s (ABA) Ostwald Composition Award for his work Dances Sacred and Profane, following a previous selection as runner-up in 1976. The William H. Hill Collection covers the period 1939-2001, with the bulk of the material undated. This collection consists mostly of William Hill’s published and unpublished scores,...

William J. Stannard papers

 Collection 0079-SCPA
Overview William J. Stannard (1893-1950) was the first person appointed to the position of Leader of the U.S. Army Band. Stannard's entire career was spent as an Army musician, from his first enlistment with the Tenth Band of the Coast Artillery Corps in 1901, through his retirement from the U.S. Army Band in 1935, and his leaving the Army Officers Reserve Corps in 1942. This collection consists of both personal and professional papers including correspondence, scrapbooks and press clippings, programs,...

William Kapell Collection

 Collection 0018-IPAM
Overview An American pianist, William Kapell (1922-1953) was an active performer throughout his career. He gave many solo recitals and performances with orchestras in New York and on tours, including in North America, Europe, South America, and Australia. Kapell also recorded many of his performances with RCA Victor and composed many pieces, including piano pieces, popular songs for piano and voice, pieces for violin and piano, and transcriptions of pieces written by others. In addition, Kapell wrote...

William L. Montgomery collection of music for flute

 Collection 0349-SCPA
Scope and Contents The William L. Montgomery collection of music for flute includes approximately 10,700 scores for solo flute, flute in chamber works, large format works, and pedagogical materials. The materials are from the 17th century through 21st century, with the bulk of items found within the 17th and 20th centuries. Baroque and 20th Century works are the most comprehensive representation. Noted composers collected include Baroque composers such as J.S. Bach, CPE Bach, Blavet, Couperin, Handel, Haydn,...

William M. Brish papers

 Collection 0148-MMC-NPBA
Overview Dr. William M. Brish (1906-1999) served as the Superintendent of Schools for Washington County (Maryland) from 1947 to 1973. During his tenure, the Washington County closed-circuit television program was developed and instituted. Brish became known as an expert in using television for instructional purposes. As a result of the closed-circuit program, Washington County was selected by the U.S. government to partner with Nigeria's education system in developing instructional television. Brish...

William Masselos Collection

 Collection 0022-IPAM
Overview A performer and music educator, William Masselos (1920-1992) had a very active concert career, including solo recitals, performances with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, and numerous other orchestra and chamber music concerts. Masselos also taught music at various universities, including Juilliard and the Catholic University of America, and was a faculty member at many music festivals, including the Aspen Music Festival, the Berkshire Music Festival, and the International Society for...

Justin Williams papers

 Collection 0016-GWP
Overview Justin Williams, a former professor of history and chairman of the Social Studies Department at the University of Wisconsin in River Falls, joined the Army Air Corps in July 1942 as a first lieutenant. After attending the School of Military Government (SMG) at the University of Virginia in 1944, and the Civil Affairs Training School (CATS) at Yale University during 1944-1945, he arrived in Tokyo in September 1945 as a staff member of General Headquarters' Military Government Section, soon to be...

George and Toni Willison papers

 Collection 0027-LIT
Overview George (1896-1972) and Toni (1903-1998) Willison were long-time residents of Malta, New York. They purchased South Hill, the only home ever owned by Katherine Anne Porter, from Porter in 1946. The collection contains letters and cards from Porter to the Willisons concerning South Hill and other aspects of Porter's life. The collection also includes other Porter/Willison-related correspondence, notes, clippings, printed matter, and photographs.

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