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Clarinet

 Topic
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Frank Colantuono papers

 Collection — Case 1: Series 1; Series 2; Series 3; Series 4; Series 5 [Barcode: 31430059475592] 0337-SCPA-ICA
Abstract Frank Colantuono (1929-2015) was an American clarinetist, freelance musician, and member of the International Clarinet Association (ICA) involved in many bands and ensembles throughout his lifetime. This collection consists of both personal and professional papers including handwritten notes, correspondence, sheet music, clarinet exercises, diagrams/charts, clarinet technique papers, catalogs, articles and clippings related to clarinet techniques, and his membership in the International...

James Sclater collection on Reginald Kell

 Collection 0321-SCPA
Abstract James Sclater [slôdər] (b. October 24, 1943) is an American composer and was a Professor of Music at Mississippi College for forty years. In the 1990s, Sclater conducted research on famed English clarinetist, Reginald Kell. His writings on Kell were published as a series of four installments in the International Clarinet Association’s journal, The Clarinet, in 2001, titled “Reginald Kell: Clarinetist without A Country.” This collection contains the materials that Sclater collected over the...

Marilyn Veselack papers

 Collection 0432-SCPA-VESELACK
Abstract Marilyn S. Veselack, D.A. (1936–) conducted historically significant research on clarinet reeds made from the giant reed plant, Arundo donax L. Working at the nexus of musical performance and plant biology, Veselack published her findings in her 1979 dissertation, Comparison of Cell and Tissue Differences in Good and Unusable Clarinet Reeds.The collection consists of Veselack’s research notes ranging from 1964-2000; materials pertaining to the publication...

Raymond Luedeke papers

 Collection 0215-SCPA
Abstract Raymond Luedeke (b. New York, NY, 11 November 1941), a North American composer, clarinetist, and educator, was born a U.S. citizen but also became a naturalized citizen of Canada in 1988. He returned to New York in 2010. Luedeke earned a Bachelor of Music in music history from the Eastman School of Music in 1966, a Master of Music in composition from the Catholic University of America in 1971, and a Doctor of Musical Arts in composition from Northwestern University in 1976. His composition...