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07/ML-Other. Other Individuals

 Record Group Term
Identifier: 07/ML-Other
Collections in the Allen Music Library Special Collections created by individuals unaffiliated with FSU.

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Allen Forte Treatise Collection

Identifier: FSUML-2020-015
Dates: 1715 - 1894

Curtis Davidson Collection

Identifier: FSUML-2020-014
Scope and Contents The Curtis Davidson Collection comprises a number of recordings in reel-to-reel, cassette, and compact disc format. These recordings document performances of the Curtis Davidson Orchestra and Curtis Davidson and his Southerners from 1930-1980. The recordings are primarily of the genre called Dixieland jazz which was prominent in New Orleans and the Big Bend area during this time. Davidson spent his nights playing throughout the southeast. He was interested in recording and many of these gigs were recorded on his own Wollensak tape recorder. These reel-to-reel recordings hold a prominent position in the collection. Some recordings feature former FSU professor of piano Dr. Robert Glotzbach...
Dates: 1938-1989

Ethan Allen Hitchcock Collection

Identifier: FSUML-2020-017
Scope and Contents The collection contains 70 bound volumes and more than 200 pieces of sheet music. Included are pieces for solo flute, as well as flute duets and trios, with or without piano accompaniment, as well as various miscellaneous pieces.Among others, the repertoire includes music by Jean Louis Tulou, Raphael Dressler, Anton Diabelli, Eugene Walckiers, William Forde, Louis Drouet, Charles Cottignies, Tranquille Berbiguier, and Anton Bernhard Furstenaü, all of whom were contemporaries of Hitchcock. Of the bound volumes, 8 are composed of manuscript copies of music which are in Hitchcock’s own hand, but for which the source is as yet unascribed.The music does not appear in...
Dates: 1798-1870

Ferde Grofé Audio Collection

Identifier: FSUML-2020-016
Scope and Contents

The Ferde Grofé Audio Collection contains 144 reel-to-reel audio recordings and 47 cassette tape recordings. Many of these recordings are live performances that range from 1936-1968.

List of items in the Ferde Grofé Audio Collection:

Dates: 1892-1972

Gloria Jahoda Music Collection

Identifier: FSUML-2020-018
Scope and Contents

The Gloria Jahoda Music Collection includes books, reel-to-reel recordings, and other items concerning Frederick Delius (1862-1934). Piano/vocal scores of Delius' Irmelin and Fennimore and Gerda are also contained in this collection.

Also in the collection are letters from Australian-born composer-pianist Percy Grainger (1882-1961). Grainger was introduced to Edvard Grieg in 1903. The letters are primarily concerned with Grainger's friendship and opinions on Grieg's music.

Dates: 1926-1980

Hal Turner, Jr. Collection

Identifier: FSUML-2020-021
Scope and Contents This library of 334 charts, approximately 250 of which were in active use, is written for 2 trumpets, trombone, 2 altos, tenor & baritone saxes, and four rhythm instruments. There are some instances of clarinet doubling in the sax parts, with alto sax also occasionally doubling on flute. Additional parts (instrumental and vocal) are included for some charts as noted. The majority of the arrangements are by Turner with others scattered throughout. A list was supplied with the collection of active and inactive charts as well as a breakdown according to style (as noted in the lists). List of items in the Hal Turner, Jr. Collection...
Dates: 1930-2015

Nathan Lupu Collection

Identifier: FSUML-2020-019
Scope and Contents

The Nathan Lupu Collection contains the original manuscripts of his 25 known compositions (written almost exclusively for solo piano), manuscripts and exercises on theory, published works by Thorvald Otterström, biographical material about Nathan Lupu, and one audiocassette.

List of materials in the Nathan Lupu Collection:

Dates: 1906-2000

Theodore Newman Collection

Identifier: FSUML-2020-020
Scope and Contents

The collection is composed of materials used by former Florida State University graduate student, the late Kathleen Ciambella, for an uncompleted thesis. Her topic was a study of Theodore Newman's life and selected works. In addition to drafts and a prospectus for the thesis, there are several folders of notes, including correspondence with Bergsma, Persichetti, and others, and recordings (in reel-to-reel and tape format) of Newman's works.

Dates: 1933-1975