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Program; 1957-12-29, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus Dec 1957

Program; 1957-12-29, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus

Concert & Event Programs

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Advertisements; 1957-06-23, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus Jun 1957

Advertisements; 1957-06-23, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus

Advertisements for Events

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Program; 1957-06-22, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus Jun 1957

Program; 1957-06-22, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus

Concert & Event Programs

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News-1957-06-22, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus Jun 1957

News-1957-06-22, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus

Newspapers

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Advertisements; 1957-05-05, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus May 1957

Advertisements; 1957-05-05, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus

Advertisements for Events

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News-1957-05-04-Buffalo Courier Express, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus May 1957

News-1957-05-04-Buffalo Courier Express, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus

Newspapers

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Program; 1957-05-03, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus May 1957

Program; 1957-05-03, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus

Concert & Event Programs

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Volume 75, Number 05 (May-June 1957), Guy Mccoy May 1957

Volume 75, Number 05 (May-June 1957), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Josef Hofmann, 1876-1957

Igor Stravinsky, Approaching his 75th Birthday, is Truly a Colossus of Modern Music

Music in the High School Gym

Good Vocal Habits (interview with Renata Tebaldi)

What Power Professional Criticism

Thalberg's Erard: A Discovery

An Intriguing Account of the Various Operational Details Requiring Careful Attention . . . Behind the Opera Curtain

Books on American Music: A Selected Bibliography

Music in the Schools

Choral Potential From the Baroque Era

Music to Link Mankind: The Story of the Formation of an Important Body Having to Do with International Relations


Volume 75, Number 04 (April 1957), Guy Mccoy Apr 1957

Volume 75, Number 04 (April 1957), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Folk Music and Art Music

Playing with Orchestra (interview with Alec Templeton)

Community Solves its Music Crisis: The Inspiring Story of The Bronx Symphony

Orchestra Genius Lies in the Individual

Miniature Opera from Salzburg

Kostelanetz on Conducting, Conductors and Batons

Drama in Song: A Discussion of the Importance of Clear Enunciation on the Part of Singers

A Glimpse of the Inner Workings of One of the Largest Summer Music Camps is Gained from These Day to Day Entries . . . From the Music Camp Office

Henry Cowell—Musician and Citizen, Part 3

Richard Rodgers on Current Trends in Popular Music


Volume 75, Number 03 (March 1957), Guy Mccoy Mar 1957

Volume 75, Number 03 (March 1957), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Hail and Farewell to The Grand Old Man of Music Confusion

Confounded: An Objective Explanation of Some Frequently Perplexing Musical Terms

Singing Must be Natural (interview with Victoria de los Angeles)

Music's Part in Social Integration

Mariachis of Mexico

Henry Cowell—Musician and Citizen, Part 2

Music in the Schools High School Symphony Orchestra . . . How It Is Made

New Studio


Correspondence; 1957-02-12, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus Feb 1957

Correspondence; 1957-02-12, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus

Correspondence

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Advertisements; 1957-02-10, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus Feb 1957

Advertisements; 1957-02-10, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus

Advertisements for Events

No abstract provided.


News-1957-02-09-Buffalo Courier Express, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus Feb 1957

News-1957-02-09-Buffalo Courier Express, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus

Newspapers

No abstract provided.


Volume 75, Number 02 (February 1957), Guy Mccoy Feb 1957

Volume 75, Number 02 (February 1957), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

International Aspect of Folk Music

Candlelight Concerts in Colonial Williamsburg

Don't Shy Away From Adult Beginners

Singing on Television (interview with Lois Hunt) Impressions of Musical Education in the United States

Henry Cowell—Musician and Citizen Shape Notes, New England Music and White Spirituals, Part 2

We Can Co-operate

Staccatos for the Sightless New Vistas in Music Programming for Radio


Correspondence; 1957-01-02, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus Jan 1957

Correspondence; 1957-01-02, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus

Correspondence

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Volume 75, Number 01 (January 1957), Guy Mccoy Jan 1957

Volume 75, Number 01 (January 1957), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Philadelphia's Academy of Music . . . One Hundredth Anniversary

Story of Roy Harris—American Composers, Part 2

Some Impressions of Music Education in Japan

Louis Moreau Gottschalk—First American Concert-Pianist

Shape Notes, New England Music and White Spirituals

Approach to Chopin's Etudes (interview with Ruth Slenczynska)

Music in the Schools

Madrigal Group is Fun Composer, Conductor, Comedian . . . That's Jackie Gleason

American School Music: An Assessment


John Elliott Tullidge: The Influence Of His Life And Works On The Musical Culture Of Utah, Virgil H. Camp Jan 1957

John Elliott Tullidge: The Influence Of His Life And Works On The Musical Culture Of Utah, Virgil H. Camp

Theses and Dissertations

John Elliott Tullidge was one of a group of early musicians that exerted a considerable influence on the culture of Utah. He was a gentlemen well trained in the musical arts and intensely proud of his profession.

He was born November 5, 1807, a son of Edward and Mary Elliott Tullidge, in Weymouth, Dorsetshire, England. His parents were wealthy and realized the value of an education, and he was given the privilege of studying with the finest teachers of his day. He sang at a very early age in church choirs. Many positions were granted him both as a performer ...


Music History Of The Salt Lake Theatre, The Formative Years: 1862-1870, Alfred S. Morris Jan 1957

Music History Of The Salt Lake Theatre, The Formative Years: 1862-1870, Alfred S. Morris

Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this thesis was to bring to light as much of the music as possible, all the performers that could be recorded, and sufficient audience reaction to indicate the musical preferences of the area in order to provide an accurate, detailed account of the early years in the Salt Lake Theatre, 1862 - 1870. There was also the desire to present these things in such a way that they would be reliable, factual, complete, and still, if possible, interesting. An attempt was made to capture the spirit of the times, to make the characters "live," to transport the reader ...


George Edward Percy Careless: His Contributions To The Musical Culture Of Utah And The Significance Of His Life And Works, Howard Hoggan Putnam Jan 1957

George Edward Percy Careless: His Contributions To The Musical Culture Of Utah And The Significance Of His Life And Works, Howard Hoggan Putnam

Theses and Dissertations

Through study of the conditions of the past one is often able to appreciate the present a great deal more. Particularly does this seem true when one looks into the early musical activities in our State of Utah. Most people are aware of the great amount of musical activities existing at the present time in Utah, but many fail to stop and realize the background of work and effort applied to bring these musical experiences before the public. Many fail to realize the pioneering work done by individuals to advance music to its present degree of performance. Names such as ...


A Collection Of Ballads, Folk Songs, Dance Tunes And Marches From Taylor, Arizona, Lenn M. Shumway Jan 1957

A Collection Of Ballads, Folk Songs, Dance Tunes And Marches From Taylor, Arizona, Lenn M. Shumway

Theses and Dissertations

The primary purpose of this study is to collect and record examples of music of the early inhabitants of Taylor, Arizona, as they are sung and played by their survivors and descendants.