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Band music.

Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Claude T. Smith score manuscripts

 Collection 0013-SCPA
Abstract Claude Thomas Smith was an American educator, conductor, and composer born in Missouri in 1932. A prolific composer, Smith completed over 110 compositions for band, twelve orchestral works, and fifteen choral pieces. His compositions include the works Emperata Overture which was featured at the 1964 Mid-West Band and Orchestra Clinic; Eternal Father Strong to Save which was commissioned in 1975 to commemorate the 50th...

Hazen band photograph collection

 Collection 0408-SCPA-HAZEN

The Hazen band photograph collection contains photocopies of images of wind bands from throughout the U.S., along with associated metadata for each image, and a copy of a database of American Band Images. Most of the images date from the late 19th century. The collection was probably assembled as research for Margaret Hindle Hazen and Robert M. Hazen's book The Music Men: An Illustrated History of Brass Bands in America, 1800-1920.

James A. Keene papers

 Collection 0433-SCPA
Abstract James A. Keene (b. 1932) is a musician and music educator. He served as professor of music and chairman of the Music Departments at Western Illinois University and Mansfield State University. He additionally taught as a faculty member at the University of Vermont and Montana State University. The collection contains his research materials, works submitted by his students at Mansfield State University, and a comprehensive index of references Keene used in his research and publications on...

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...

Victor Zajec papers

 Collection 0001-SCPA
Abstract Victor Zajec (1923-2005) has written two books on the history of the American Bandmasters Association: "The Edwin Franko Goldman Memorial Citation: A History," 1998 and Past Presidents of the American Bandmasters Association, 2000. Both books provide biographical sketches of the office holders and honorees. The Zajec Collection contains correspondence and information files on these individuals. The Zajec Papers also include research materials for Victor's book ...

William J. Moody papers

 Collection 0443-SCPA-WMOODY
Abstract Dr. William J. Moody (1931-2018) was an American music educator, teacher, administrator, and conductor. He led bands and choirs at high schools in Rossville, Indiana and Duluth, Minnesota before working as Director of Bands at the University of Southern Mississippi, University of Texas at Austin, and the University of South Carolina at various points throughout his career. Moody also served in several roles as a member of the American Bandmasters Association and the National Band...