Musical Americana Collection

Overview

Scope and Contents

Subject Terms

Administrative Information

Detailed Description

Sound Recordings and Films

Music Instruments, Uniforms, and Ephemera

Papers, Music Manuscripts, Published Music, and Photographs



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Finding Aid for Musical Americana Collection, circa 1900-2000 | The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music

By David Shin, Jennifer Griest, Scott Schwartz, and Kelly A. Carlson

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Collection Overview

Title: Musical Americana Collection, circa 1900-2000Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

ID: 12/9/50

Extent: 47.85 cubic feet

Arrangement:

The collection is organized in three series.

Series 1 contains sound recordings and films. The recordings are arranged by type of performance ensemble and identified with one of the following notations after the title (LP-H: Historic recording, UI: University of Illinois Band, U: Non-University of Illinois Collegiate Bands, M: Military Bands, S: Summer Camp and Festival Bands, and C: Community Bands). The recordings are arranged alphabetically by title within each grouping. The films are arranged numerically by film number.

Series 2 contains historical music instruments and ephemera used by musicians during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, including two clarinets used by A. Smith while a member of the John Philip Sousa Band in 1900.

Series 3 contains manuscript music, published sheet music, concert programs, newspaper/magazine clippings, and photographs. The manuscript music and published music are arranged separately, alphabetically by composer. Whenever possible an identification of the format of the music for each title (i.e., full score, condensed score, piano score, and parts) has been identified with the corresponding abbreviations, FS, CS, PS, P. The concert programs, newspaper/magazine clippings, and photographs are unarranged.

Subjects: Instrumental music, Music - United States, Musical Instrument Collections, Sousa, John Philip

Formats/Genres: Motion Pictures/Videotapes, Papers, Sound Recordings

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Contains published sound recordings and transcription discs of a variety of American and European music performed by American wind bands. Of particular interest are early recordings of the John Philip Sousa band. In addition there are commercially produced films, manuscript music, published sheet music, concert programs, newspaper/magazine clippings, photographs, and musical instruments, all of which document American music and culture.

Subject/Index Terms

Instrumental music
Music - United States
Musical Instrument Collections
Sousa, John Philip

Administrative Information

Repository: The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music

Accruals:

Two 78rpm sound recordings of c. 1908 performances by the Sousa Band and Herbert L. Clarke donated by Talbot G. Hinze on January 14, 2005.

Two historic Henri Farny clarinets of William Smith, nephew of A. Smith who played in the Sousa Band in 1900 donated by William H. Clark on March 29, 2005.

Published first edition piano score of Stars and Stripes dated 1897 donated by Mildred Johnson on May 19, 2005.

First editions of The Sousa March Folio (1902) and Sousa Folio Piano Solos No. 2 (1906) published by The John Church Company donated by Gae Neely on December 7, 2005.

Published concert program for a Sousa Band performance held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania dated September 10, 1898 donated by Josephine Z. Kibbee on April 27, 2007.

12/4/03, Edison Model C-150 "Sheridan" Disc Machine donated by Maynard and Jane Brichford on July 15, 2008 (accession number 2008.120950.008)

Correspondence, news clippings, photograph, script, and essays documenting the experience of Aline Fairbanks as the first woman to march in the University of Illinois Band in 1945 donated by Aline Fairbanks on January 14, 2010.

Four original published part books to John Philip Sousa's National, Patriotic and Typical Airs of All Nations, 1889 donated by John Rosch on September 16, 2010.

Hugh S. Lippman Papers donated by Nancy Hueper on December 2, 2011.

One photograph featuring A.A. Harding at the Grand Canyon in 1951 donated by Robert Cowan on December 20, 2011.

Two 78rpm disc recordings of the University of Illinois Band under the direction of A. Austin Harding, c. 1930 donated by Bill Thielbahr on May 19, 2011.

Charles H Parsons Bb Cornet donated by Lois Palen on June 14, 2012.

Marching Illini band jacket, photographs, music, and marching routines donated by Timothy K. Theesfeld on September 10, 2012.

Carl Busch Photograph and Newspaper Scrapbook donated by Taylor Mitchell on November 12, 2012.

Elizabeth Terhune Lingua Press Papers Donated to the Sousa Archives and Center for American Music on August 22, 2013 by Elizabeth Terhune. Mrs. Turhune met Kenneth Gaburo at Oberlin College whilst studying concrete poetry with Dary John Mizelle, but remained in contact with him and Lingua Press.

1952 Rose Bowl film donated by Kenneth D. Walter on September 26, 2013.

Illinois Opera Theatre Enthusiasts Opera Newslines (vol. 1, no. 1, 1990) transferred from University Archives to Sousa Archives and Center for American Music on November 15, 2013.

John Philip Sousa royalty records, press clippings, and Kate Latter's shopping bag donated by Carol Hansen on January 24, 2014.

Dorothy Mabus Audio Recordings donated to the Sousa Archives March 27, 2014 by Donald McDowell. Includes autographed Sousa recording.

Paul Zonn's Revolutions for Solo Clarinet (1969 version) donated by Karen Bird on April 22, 2014.

Ted and Andrea Anderson A. Jacobson Sousa Band Photographs donated to the Sousa Archives May 2, 2014.

"Sousa's Band Will Play" 1897 newspaper clipping donated by Frank Bryant on behalf of Mary Agnes Snider on June 17, 2014.

Selmer Modele 22 Eb Alto Saxophone transferred from the University of Illinois School of Music to the Sousa Archives on July 11, 2014.

Jay Bennett ink drawing donated by Mr. Harry Buerkett on July 25, 2014.

Loren E. Kent Papers donated by Bradley Kent on October 24, 2014. Includes Sousa Band route sheets.

Ben Vereecken's Foundation to Saxophone Playing: An Elementary Method (1917) donated by Jim Waddell on November 17, 2014.

Additional Hugh S. Lippman Papers and Fillmore Music House oboe c. 1920 donated by Nancy Hueper on December 17, 2014.

Michael M. Martin Collection of Published Movie-Theme Sheet Music donated on January 23, 2015 by Hannah Jellen.

Holton Mellophone, case, and attachments donated by John Holzaepfel on January 29, 2015.

McKinley Presbyterian Choir direct-cut disk donated on February 10, 2015 by Harry Cross of Ann Arbor, Michigan.

National Broadcasting Company Thesaurus Record 1071 radio transcription disc was donated by Robert Bass on May 1, 2015. Transferred to RS 26/20/209 in January 2018.

A box of 29 LP sound recordings of various historic wind-band performances between c. 1930 and 1980 were donated by an anonymous donor to University Bands during the spring of 2015, and the recordings were transferred to the Sousa Archives on May 10, 2015.

Two 78 rpm sound recordings (10 inch discs) of the 107th Cavalry Dance Band and the 107th Cavalry Band (including The Black Horse Troop, Written and Dedicated to 107th Cavalry by John Philip Sousa), donated by Judy Gehman on June 19, 2015.

John Cage HPSCHD t-shirt donated by Michael Van Blaricum on June 23, 2015.

Postcard and Conn advertisement donated by Robert Bass on July 16, 2015. Transferred to RS 26/20/209 in January 2018.

Electronic Music from the University of Illinois, Computer Music from the University of Illinois, and Music from Mathematics LPs donated Edward M. Reingold October 7, 2015.

Frank's Drum Shop snare drum transferred by Linda Moorhouse from University Bands to the Center in 2015.

University of Illinois Concert Band photograph from March 3, 1921 in St. Louis, MO donated by Jackson County Historical Society on January 11, 2016.

Steve Pherigo Local Concert Ephemera acquired on June 25, 2013.

Wilder Bentley Music and Papers donated by Bently, acquired on March 1, 2016.

Letter from Harry Partch to Carl Bauman donated by Jeff Wanswer of Hiram University on January 26, 2016.

Sousa Band concert program from the Victory Theatre donated by Edward Hillman on May 27, 2016.

"58 English Songs" by John Hullah, presented by John Philip Sousa to W.E. Woodruff donated by Linda Lawyer on October 5, 2015.

Claude Gordon Selmer testimonials, dimensions for Besson "Meha" trumpet, and Selmer brochure and contract donated by Carl Leach on October 15, 2016.

Postcard depicting the University of Illinois regiment band practicing on a field, donated by Bob Bass on October 28, 2016. Transferred to RS 26/20/209 in January 2018.

Photograph of the University of Illinois Band in roller skates (1927) donated by Scott Schwartz on November 1, 2016.

Sousa Album for the Pianoforte (1923), donated by Thomas Dannelley on December 14, 2016.

James Warren York BBb Tuba (serial number 53410) with original case donated by Ann and Ally Sussman on January 9, 2017

Panoramic Photograph of John Philip Sousa with the Great Lakes Naval Battalion Band 1918 donated by Dwight Thomas February 4, 2017.

Audio Interview with Bill Monroe and Seldom Scene donated by Ben Halpern May 5, 2017.

Our Leader March by F.E. Bigelow donated by Heather Brooks of Champaign, IL on May 26, 2017.

Martin Double-Bell Euphonium transferred to the Sousa Archives from the School of Music by Nathan Mandel on June 10, 2017.

Farm Aid publication donated by Mark Metcalf of WCIA-TV on August 23, 2017.

Dean Marable "Buck" Wade Marching Illini Letterman's Jacket (1960-1964) on September 5, 2017.

Kenneth Gaburo and Gary Verkade correspondence donated by Gary Verkade on October 4, 2017.

"We're Loyal to You Illinois," book with autographs of nearly every Illinois band director; copy of the program for the Forty-Sixth Anniversary Concert of the University of Illinois Concert Band performance (1936); and notes and correspondence by M. Mullis, donated by Mark Clark on October 27, 2017.

Music and sound recordings of Illinois State Fair Theme Song "One Hundred Fifty Years - Our Illinois," came from the University Band (given to the University Band by composer Earl Oyler in 1976) to the Sousa Archives on November 1, 2017.

CD "Long Roll: A Tribute to Composer-Percussionist Michael Manion" donated to the Sousa Archives by Robert Fleisher on December 7, 2017.

Faculty piano recital program. Kenneth Drake, September 9, 1980, donated by Tim Sozen on December 13, 2017.

Regal Zonophone 78, Stars and Stripes Forever and Washington Post March by Raymonde and His Band O' Banjos, 1937, purchased by Scott Schwartz for the Sousa Archives on December 19, 2017.

Two Barbara Mettler publications: Basic Movement Exercises, 1973, and The Nature of Dance As a Creative Art Activity, 1980, transferred from Student Life and Culture on December 20, 2017. Note: for other dance-related records, see Department of Dance, RS 12/13/1.

Db Piccolo, unidentified maker, donated by Bruce Bohall February 5, 2018.

Eddie Alkire lesson booklets and sheet music donated by Paul Warnick on March 2, 2018. Note: for more Alkire materials, see RS 12/9/150 and RS 12/9/101.

Materials related to Jerry Hadley donated by David Allen at the School of Music on February 26, 2018.

Coming Through the Rye (Frederick Neil Innes, arr. Herbert Koch) donated by David Guion on May 18, 2018.

Oliver Nelson, Lab Band, and Max Roach and the Black Chorus April 20, 1972 and March 21, 1972 recordings donated by Karl Huff on September 28, 2018.

Acquired from Music and Performing Arts Library on October 31, 2018: Partita by Burrill Phillips, and 3 as yet unidentified audio reels, thought to be donated to MPAL by UIUC chemistry professor Sherlock Swann (sent out for digitization).

5th Annual National High School Band Contest program donated to University Archives in 2003 by Janet McMahon, transferred to Sousa Archives on Nov. 30, 2018.

Dan Russo sound recording and photograph donated by Gary Bricault on Nov. 7, 2018.

Three Harry Partch LPs from Gate 5 Records donated by Tom Siwe on January 7, 2019.

Two piano rolls donated by Raymond and Ann Borelli on February 10, 2014.

Vertebrats CD donated by Roy Axford on December 22, 2018.

Piano roll El Capitan March donated by Richard and Nancy Tufte on July 31, 2018.

Advancement Orchestra Folios moved from Hunleth Sheet Music on March 3, 2019.

Geoffrey Britten Letter and Photograph on May 2, 2019.

Kevin Greene Medicare 7, 8, or 9 Bumper Sticker transferred on May 23, 2019 from Student Life Archives.

T.M. Koeder Majestic trumpet, Lyon and Healy silver piston cornet, and Rudolph Wurlitzer Lyric cornet donated by Jason Gardner on June 24, 2019.

Victor H. Johnson Correspondence and Sousa Program donated by Susan Crist on June 28, 2019.

Conn "Victor" Cornet Model 4A and Orignal Documents donated by Peter Vallandigham on September 3, 2019.

Posters, Programs, and Souvenir Booklets, Correspondence Letters from Frank Simon and Captain Eugene La Barre to Bates E. Clarke, and U.S. Marine Band Press Kit donated by Marianne Basham on September 9, 2019.

Harwood Jenkins C Melody tenor saxophone and Fernand Chapelain clarinet donated by Jim Holmes on September 20, 2019.

Henry Potter Music Company rope tension field drum, Royal Welch Fusiliers B-flat bugle, The Royal Grenaders Shash, and papers donated by Elizabeth Wattenberg, October 7, 2019.

Haldane and Norma Bean Papers, Holton tenor saxophone, and Cavalier clarinet donated by Norma Bean on November 26, 2019.

Evelyn Brue-Roeder Music and Papers, donated by Paul Warnik, February 12, 2020.

"Musicircus" and "Matrix Extra" concert posters transferred from University Archives record series 4/5/7 on February 19, 2020.

Acquisition Method: The sound recordings were acquired by Mark Hindsley and Harry Begian during their tenures as directors of the University of Illinois bands. The films were transferred from the School of Music to the Sousa Archives in April 2005 and the sheet music was donated in 1998 and May 2005.

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Box and Folder Listing


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[Series 1: Sound Recordings and Films],
[Series 2: Music Instruments, Uniforms, and Ephemera, 1850-1960],
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Series 3: Papers, Music Manuscripts, Published Music, and PhotographsAdd to your cart.
Box 40Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Stars and Stripes Forever (1st Edition) by John Phillip Sousa, 1897 [Papers]Add to your cart.
Donated by Mildred Johnson.
Folder 2: La Mandolinata, The Debutante, Sounds from the Hudson, Stars in a Velvety Sky, The Falcon, The Three Solitaires, Willow Echoes, Carnival of Venice [Papers]Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Bellstedt, Herman; Clarke, Herbert, L; Clarke, Herbert L., Clarke, Herbert L., Cook, Vander; Herbert, Victor; Simon, Frank; Staigers, Del
Folder 3: "Evoking the Spirit of John Philip Sousa" Words of Wisdom by Samuel CostelloAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Sousa Folio Number Two Piano Solo (PS) The John Church Company, 1906Add to your cart.
Donated by Gae Neely.
Composer/Arranger: John Philip Sousa
Folder 5: The Sousa March Folio (PS) The John Church Company, ca. 1894Add to your cart.
Donated by Gae Neely.
Composer/Arranger: John Philip Sousa
Folder 6: 1st B Flat Clarinet and Solo B Flat Clarinet Part Books (P) H.E. McMillan and SonAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: Sousa Band Concert Program - Western Pennsylvania Exposition Society, September 10, 1898Add to your cart.
Donated by Josephine Z. Kibbee.
Folder 8: Sousa Band Concert Program - Manhattan Beach, June 29, 1896Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Sam Fox Loose Leaf Collection of Sousa Marches for Orchestra - Violin, 1920-1928Add to your cart.
Folder 10: March King of the U.S.A.Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Nickerson
Folder 11: John Philip Sousa Royalty Records and Press Clippings, 1906-15, 1922Add to your cart.
Item 1: Cashier's Check from J.P. Sousa, May 26, 1913Add to your cart.
For taxes in fiscal year ending June 30, 1913.
Item 2: Royalty Account Statements, Certificates, and other correspondence, 1906-15Add to your cart.
Including records related to Bobbs-Merrill Co., John Church Co., Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., and Carl Fisher.
Item 3: Sousa Band Press Clippings, 1911, 1922, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopies of original clippings, which were deaccessioned on Feb. 14, 2014 due to their physical condition.
Folder 12: Kate Latter's Candy Shop plastic shopping bag, ca. 1930sAdd to your cart.
New Orleans, LA
Box 42Add to your cart.
Folder 1: American Fantasie, May 21, 1904 (P)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Bendix
Folder 2: U.S. Battleship Maine, 1898 (CS)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Butler
Folder 3: La Vie Pour le Czar/Wings of Love, Undated (P)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Clinka/Meyder
Folder 4: 4th Co. March, Undated (P)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Davis
Folder 5: Chopiniana, Undated (P)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Demursseman
Folder 6: Jubilance [Part 1 of 4], ca. 1971 (CS)(P)Add to your cart.
NOTE: Parts 3 and 4 are in box 50 of the Musical Americana Collection, record series 12/9/50.
Composer/Arranger: Giovannini
Folder 7: Jubilance [Part 2 of 4], ca. 1971 (CS)(P)Add to your cart.
NOTE: Parts 3 and 4 are in box 50 of the Musical Americana Collection, record series 12/9/50.
Composer/Arranger: Giovannini
Folder 8: Mephisto from "Faust", Undated (P)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Gounod
Folder 9: Siver Wedding Bells: Prelude alla Carillon and Concert Fugue, 1914 (FS)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Hall
Folder 10: Hit and Miss, Undated (P)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Herve
Folder 11: Walzer, Undated (FS)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Majorano
Folder 12: I Dreamt Reverie, ca. 1877 (P)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Schirza
Folder 13: Entre Nous, 1903 (FS)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Searles
Folder 14: Perpetuum Mobile, 1909 (P)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Strauss
Folder 15: Royal March, Undated (FS)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Tapley, arr. Offin
Box 43Add to your cart.
Folder 1: 1492, Undated (PS)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Unidentified
Folder 2: American Skaters Waltz, Undated (P)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Unidentified
Folder 3: Charlotte Ballet, Undated (P)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Unidentified
Folder 4: Fantasia "Arawa", Undated (P)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Unidentified
Folder 5: Overture from Zampa, Undated (P)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Unidentified
Folder 6: Romance from "Aida" and "Boheme", Undated (FS)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Verdi, Puccini
Folder 7: My Service Girl, Undated (P)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Wilson
Folder 8: College Classics for Orchestra No. 3 -- "Big 10" Colleges, 1941 (P)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Allen, arr. Kent
Folder 9: College Classics for Orchestra No. 6 -- Miscellaneous Colleges, 1941 (P)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Allen, arr. Kent
Folder 10: There's Life to be Seen, Undated (FS)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Miller
Folder 11: Reve Angelique, 1903 (P)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Rubinstein
Folder 12: Sousa March Album, The, Undated (PS)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Sousa, Pryor
Folder 13: Sousa March Folio for Orchestra, The, 1907 (PS)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Sousa
Folder 14: Suite Concertante, 1938 (FS)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Tchemberdjy
Folder 15: Allies March to Freedom, The, 1915 (PS)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Tosti
Folder 16: Star Collection of Old Favorite Songs (2 Volumes), Undated (PS)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Various
Folder 17: Patriotic Songs, 1917 (PS)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Various
Folder 18: Collection of Vernon T. Stevens sheet music with cover art, ca. 1920 (PS)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Stevens
Folder 19: A Coon Band Contest and The Diplomat March, ca. 1900 (PS)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Pryor, Sousa
Folder 20: Published and Unpublished music fragments, ca. 1900-1940 (P)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Various
Folder 21: Pryor Band concert program, Ashbury Park, NJ, July 20-26, 1930Add to your cart.
Folder 22: Sheet music catalogs, ca. 1940Add to your cart.
Josephine Mayer music for brass and American Music Co. music for harp.
Folder 23: Newspaper Clippings, ca. 1996-1997Add to your cart.
Folder 24: The Etude Magazine, September, 1930Add to your cart.
Donated by Richard Tolley on Dec. 5, 2003.
Folder 25: Newspaper clippings, photographs, and writing fragments, ca. 1940Add to your cart.
Materials relating to Bill Nichol and his association with the Sam Donahue Orchestra.
Folder 26: 20th Century, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 27: Punchinello, undatedAdd to your cart.
Box 44Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Magazine articles, newspaper clippings, programs, ca. 1950-2000Add to your cart.
Materials relating to Sousa's admission to the Hall of Fame for Great Americans and American Bandmasters Association members.
Folder 2: Photographs of Frederick C. Ebbs and Indiana University Band, UndatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 3: Albert Madden Personal Papers and Photographs, ca. 1928Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Photo Slides, UndatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: At-A-Glance Self Instructor for Hawaiian Guitar, 1927Add to your cart.
See also: Elbern H. "Eddie" Alkire Personal Papers and Musical Instrument Collection (Record Series number 12/9/101), Series 2: Publications, compositions and teaching methods.
Folder 6: Photograph of Louis Knittel, ca. 1900Add to your cart.
Scan of original image
Folder 7: Sousa at Great Lakes, ca. 1917Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Donated by Camargo Township District Library, 14 North Main Street, Villa Grove, IL
Folder 8: University of Illinois bands photographs, ca. 1900 - ca. 1970Add to your cart.
Mostly reproductions, including: Harding, Hindsley and other band conductors; UI Military Band postcard; Past and present conductors of UI bands. Also includes a photograph of A. A. Harding at the Grand Canyon in 1951 taken by Robert Cowan.
Folder 9: Aline Fairbanks Papers, 1943-2010Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Donated to the Sousa Archives and Center for American Music in January 2010 by Aline Fairbanks. Consists of newspaper clippings, photographs, and script documenting Aline Fairbanks, the first woman to march with the Marching Illini in October 1945. Aline Fairbanks played kettledrums and cymbals with the Marching Band. She earned a music degree in 1947, a music education degree in 1948 and a Master's in Library Science in 1966, all from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. In 1972-1973 she played for one performance in the Marching Illini Alumni Band under Mark Hindsley, for the homecoming game. Inventory: 1) "On the Field with the Marching Illini: Fall 1945" personal memories of time, January 2010 2) "About Director A.A. Harding, 1942-1948" personal memories of time, January 2010 3) "Mr. Mark Hindsley, 1940-1948" personal memories of time, January 2010 4) "Mr. Clarence Sawhill" personal memories of time, January 2010 5) "Broadwalk Tatler" News-Gazette, 15 January 1943; 6) "Broadwalk Tatler" News-Gazette, 11 November 1945; 7) "Broadwalk Tatler" News-Gazette, 16 February 1948; 8) Correspondence with "Alumni News" February 1972; 9) Copy of "The Wyman Hour," script for spoof on bandmen performed at annual band dinner; 10) "Alumni News" Aline Hiked Ahead of Crowd, February 1972; 11) Picture of UI Bands and Glee Club (with Aline on cymbals), March 8, 1943 (NOTE: Picture housed in Box 45, Folder 23 of Musical Americana Collection).
Folder 10: University of Illinois Bands, colorized postcard, c. 1920-1924Add to your cart.
1-cent postcard with an image of the Illinois Band sitting on the stage of the University Auditorium.  A black & white version of the same postcard is located in box 44, folder 8.
Folder 11: Revolutions for Solo Clarinet, 1969Add to your cart.
Composer: Paul Zonn.  Donated by Karen Bird.
Folder 12: Ted and Andrea Anderson A. Jacobson Sousa Band Photographs, 1919Add to your cart.
Box 45: Manuscript Music (P) and Small Collections, UndatedAdd to your cart.
NOTE:  The provenance of these manuscripts is unidentified.  However,  the University of Illinois Bands may have created these additional parts and used them in conjunction with the original music manuscripts contained in the Sousa library during the early 1930s (see also the John Philip Sousa Music and Personal Papers, record series 12/9/51).
Folder 1: Overture from "Donna Diana"Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Unidentified
Folder 2: CabaretAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Unidentified
Folder 3: Medley Reminiscence of FosterAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Unidentified
Folder 4: Il BacioAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Arditi, arr. Cranford
Folder 5: Overture on Three Russian ThemesAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Balakirew
Folder 6: Get Out and Get UnderAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Bellstedt
Folder 7: Marche MignonneAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: arr. Bellstedt
Folder 8: Over ThereAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Bellstedt
Folder 9: Overture from "Benvenuto Cellini" op. 22Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Berlioz
Folder 10: Overture from "King Lear" op. 4Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Berlioz
Folder 11: Overture from "Carnaval Romain"Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Berlioz
Folder 12: Scherzo from Symphony no. 3Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Bruckner
Folder 13: NapoliAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Carpentier
Folder 14: BaccanaleAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Celega
Folder 15: Canzonetta from "Sinfonietta in D Major"Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Chadwick, arr. Boccalori
Folder 16: Cricket and the Bumble Bee, TheAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Chadwick
Folder 17: JubileeAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Chadwick
Folder 18: Rip Van Winkle Overture and "Scherzo" from Symphony no. 2Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Chadwick
Folder 19: Movement IV from Symphonic Sketches Suite, "A Vagrom Ballad"Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Chadwick
Folder 20: "Minute Waltz" from a RhapsodyAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Chopin
Folder 21: Memoirs: "My Story of Life", and Suite di DanceAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Clarke, Codivillor
Folder 22: Dinner tendered to John Philip Sousa by the Society of Arts and Sciences, Hotel Roosevelt, February 26, 1928Add to your cart.
Folder 23: University of Illinois Combined Bands and Gle Club photograph, March 8, 1943Add to your cart.
Fifty-Third Anniversary Concert. From Aline Fairbanks Papers (see box 44,
Folder 24: Duane Carney Sousa Collection, 1915Add to your cart.
Includes photograph of John Philip Sousa, Sousa autograph and published piano version of Sousa's "New York Hippodrome March," published in 1915 by T.B. Harms
Box 46: Manuscript Music (P), UndatedAdd to your cart.
NOTE:  The provenance of these manuscripts is unidentified.  However,  the University of Illinois Bands may have created these additional parts and used them in conjunction with the original music manuscripts contained in the Sousa library during the early 1930s (see also the John Philip Sousa Music and Personal Papers, record series 12/9/51).
Folder 1: Der ImprovisatorAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: D'Albert
Folder 2: Danny DeeverAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Damrosch, arr. Vereecken
Folder 3: Afternoon of a FaunAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Debussy
Folder 4: La Cathedrale Engloutie and March EcossaiseAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Debussy
Folder 5: Brigg FairAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Delius
Folder 6: A Dance RhapsodyAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Delius
Folder 7: Tu Habanera, Juba Dance, and Wallenstein's CampAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: De Fuentes, Dett, D'Indy
Folder 8: Husitska and In den SpinnstubenAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Dvorak
Box 47: Manuscript Music (P), UndatedAdd to your cart.
NOTE: The provenance of these manuscripts is unidentified. However, the University of Illinois Bands may have created these additional parts and used them in conjunction with the original music manuscripts contained in the Sousa library during the early 1930s (see also the John Philip Sousa Music and Personal Papers, record series 12/9/51).
Folder 1: In the SouthAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Elgar
Folder 2: Grand Fantasia from the opera "Andrea Chenier"Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Giordano
Folder 3: Grand Pas Hongrois and Capriccio BrillianteAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Glapunow, Glinka
Folder 4: Overture from "Sappho"Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Goldmark, arr. Godfrey
Folder 5: Scherzo OrchestraleAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Goldmark
Folder 6: In Springtime Overture (1 of 2)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Goldmark
Folder 7: In Springtime Overture (2 of 2)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Goldmark
Box 48: Manuscript Music (P), UndatedAdd to your cart.
NOTE: The provenance of these manuscripts is unidentified. However, the University of Illinois Bands may have created these additional parts and used them in conjunction with the original music manuscripts contained in the Sousa library during the early 1930s (see also the John Philip Sousa Music and Personal Papers, record series 12/9/51).
Folder 1: PanAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Godard
Folder 2: Country GardensAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Grainger
Folder 3: "The Gumsuckers" MarchAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Grainger
Folder 4: Handel in the StrandAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Grainger
Folder 5: Sheep and Goat Walking to Pasture and The Fatal Stone from "Aida"Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Guion, Gzoccv
Folder 6: Ballet SuiteAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Hadley
Folder 7: Salome Tone PoemAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Hadley
Folder 8: Ethiopian Rhapsody and Les PreludesAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Hosmer, Liszt
Folder 9: Hungarian Rhapsody, Mephisto Waltz, and Ungarischer Sturm MarschAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Liszt
Folder 10: Gesang der Flirtin, Moonshine, and ScherzoAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: MacDowell
Folder 11: Indian Suite, Vivace from Burns' 2nd Symphony, and Dance of the Slave Boys from "Aida"Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: MacDowell, MacKenzie, Mantell
Folder 12: Scenes de Feerie and Scherzo from "Midsummer Night's Dream"Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Massenet, Mendelssohn
Folder 13: Scherzo from "Scottish Symphony" and American Indian RhapsodyAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Mendelssohn, Orem
Folder 14: Manon Lescant, La Jota Aragonese, and Moments Musicals no. 3Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Puccini, Saints Saens, Schubert
Box 49Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks (1 of 3), ca. 1930 (P)Add to your cart.
Initialed "C.D.H."
Composer/Arranger: Strauss
Folder 2: Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks (2 of 3), ca. 1930 (P)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Strauss
Folder 3: Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks (3 of 3), ca. 1930 (P)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Strauss
Box 50Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Jubilance [Part 3 of 4], ca. 1971 (CS) (P)Add to your cart.
NOTE: Parts 1 and 2 are in box 42 of the Musical Americana Collection, record series 12/9/50.
Composer/Arranger: Giovannini
Folder 2: Jubilance [Part 4 of 4], ca. 1971 (CS) (P)Add to your cart.
NOTE: Parts 1 and 2 are in box 42 of the Musical Americana Collection, record series 12/9/50.
Composer/Arranger: Giovannini
Folder 3: La Regata Veneziana, Undated (PS)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Liszt
Folder 4: Man, Maid, and Maiden, 1922 (P)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: MacMurphy
Folder 5: Serenade for String Orchestra, Manuscript Score, UndatedAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Schoenefeld
Folder 6: Published Music Fragments (1 of 2), ca. 1920-1945Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Published Music Fragments (2 of 2), ca. 1920-1945Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Illinois March, undatedAdd to your cart.
Arranger/Composer: E.F. Goldman
Box 51: OversizedAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: Jubilance, Undated (Full Manuscript Score)Add to your cart.
SEE ALSO: Manuscript Parts, Record Series 12/9/50, Box 42, Folders 6-7, and Box 50, Folders 1-2.
Composer/Arranger: Giovannini
Folder 3: Suzanne's Secret, Undated (Full Manuscript Score)(P)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Wolf-Ferrari
Folder 8: University of Illinois Concert Band photograh, 1947Add to your cart.
This photograph was donated by the family of Carl T. Meyer, Jr., who played the contra-bassoon in the University of Illinois Concert Band.
Box 55Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Thirty Standard and Popular Operas; 1st Clarinet (P), undatedAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Bowman
Folder 2: Chopin Album (PS), 1907Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Chopin/Philipp
Folder 3: The Combination Band and Orchestra Book, 1st Clarinet (P), 1915Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Mackie-Beyer
Folder 4: The Last Review (PS/VS), 1925Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Mader
Folder 5: Evening Pastime Favorite Duets for the Flute and Piano (PS), 1879Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Sousa
Folder 6: Suite Moderne (PS), 1900Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Whiting
Box 56Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Ecossaises (PS), undatedAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Beethoven
Folder 2: Pleasant Memories (PS, P), 1904Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Brooke
Folder 3: Michigan Memories (P/V), 1922Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Brown
Folder 4: Te Deum (FS), 1898Add to your cart.
Compoer/Arranger: Damrosch
Folder 5: Wedding Day at Troldhaugen (PS)Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Grieg
Folder 6: Soldiers of the Se March (PS), 1923Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Griffs
Folder 7: Playtime (PS, P), 1911Add to your cart.
Solo clarinet in B-flat with piano accompaniment
Composer/Arranger: Hoff
Folder 8: Will Huff Orchestra Folio (P), undatedAdd to your cart.
1st clarinet in B-flat folio
Composer/Arranger: Huff/Hayes
Folder 9: Orientale (PS), 1919Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Huss
Folder 10: College Days (P/V), 1909Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Kahn/Moore
Folder 11: Howe's New Violin Without a Master (P), ca. 1875Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Howe
Folder 12: Intermezzo "Forget Me Not" (PS, P), 1905Add to your cart.
Solo for B-flat Clarinet
Composer/Arranger: MacBeth
Folder 13: Alliance Band and Orchestra Collection (P), 1916Add to your cart.
Folio for 1st cornet in B-flat
Composer/Arranger: Mackie-Beyer
Folder 14: Combination Band and Orchestra Collection (P), 1905Add to your cart.
1st clarinet in B-flat folio
Composer/Arranger: Mackie-Beyer
Folder 15: Sterling Orchestra Collection (P), 1908Add to your cart.
1st B-flat clarinet folio
Composer/Arranger: Mackie-Beyer
Folder 16: Violinist's Recital Album (PS), 1905Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Schill
Folder 17: Pastoral Suite for the Piano Forte (PS), 1913Add to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Scott
Folder 18: Armee-Marsch Album (PS), undatedAdd to your cart.
Volumes 3-5, 11
Folder 19: The Favorite Violin Clarinet and Piano Journal (P), undatedAdd to your cart.
Clarinet in B-flat parts
Folder 20: Feist Dance Folio (PS), 1925Add to your cart.
Folder 21: Remick Orchestra Folio, No. 17 (P), 1916Add to your cart.
1st B-flat clarinet folio
Folder 22: Violin, Clarinet and Piano Journal, No. 9 (P), undatedAdd to your cart.
Clarinet in B-flat part
Folder 23: Unidentified Collection of Solos for B-flat Clarinet (P), 1905Add to your cart.
Box 57Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Atlantic Zephyrs, 1915Add to your cart.
Solo Cornet or Trombone and Piano.
Composer: Gardell Simons
Folder 2: Blue Bells of Scotland, 1931Add to your cart.
Solo Trombone or Baritone.
Composer: Arthur Pryor
Folder 3: Boo Hoo, 1937Add to your cart.
Parts for Piano, Clarinet, Trumpet, and Violin.
Composers: Heyman, Lombardo, and Loeb
Folder 4: The Caribbean, 1917Add to your cart.
Piano and Trombone or Baritone.
Composers: Smith and Holmes
Folder 5: Castles in the Air, 1915Add to your cart.
Trumpet, Cornet, Trombone, or Baritone with Piano Accompaniment.
Composer: Clay Smith
Folder 6: Chapell's Famous Trombone Solos, Vol. 1, 1935Add to your cart.
Trombone Solo or with Piano Accompaniment.
Composer: E.R. Carver
Folder 7: The Charltan, 1898Add to your cart.
Comic Opera in Three Acts.  Music by John Philip Sousa, Book by Charles Klein.
Folder 8: ConcertinoAdd to your cart.
Piano and Trombone.
Composer: Ferdinand David, Op. 4
Folder 9: Drowsily Come the Sheep, 1923Add to your cart.
Three-part Chorus of Women's Voices with Piano Accompaniment
Composer: Carl Engel
Folder 10: Fancy Free, 1915Add to your cart.
Bb Cornet, Trombone, Baritone or Bb Saxophone with Piano Accompaniment
Composer: Clay Smith
Folder 11: Heroica, 1932Add to your cart.
Trombone or Baritone with Piano Accompaniment
Composer: E. De Lamater
Folder 12: In the Chapel in the Moonlight, 1936Add to your cart.
Trombone, Piano, Trumpet, Alto Sax, Clarinet
Composer: Hill
Folder 13: In the Luxembourg Gardens, 1931Add to your cart.
Three-Part Chorus of Women's Voices with Piano Accompaniment
Composer: Kathleen Lockhart Manning
Arranger: Ralph L. Baldwin
Folder 14: The Liberty Bell March, 1894Add to your cart.
Zither Solo
Composer: John Philip Sousa
Folder 15: Little Blue Cap Polka, 1912Add to your cart.
Polka for Trombone with Piano
Composers: C.W. Bennet. Revised by Fredk. S. Newcombe.
Folder 16: The Little Chief, 1916Add to your cart.
Trombone w Piano Accompaniment
Composer: Pryor
Folder 17: Love's Enchantment, 1903Add to your cart.
Trombone with Piano Accompaniment
Composer: Arthur Pryor
Folder 18: Mabel Polka, 1912Add to your cart.
Cornet or Trombone with Piano Accompaniment (2 pgs missing from accompaniment)
Composer: Harry Hartley
Folder 19: A Melody From the Sky (P), 1936Add to your cart.
Composer: Mitchel
Folder 20: The Message, 1889Add to your cart.
Trombone or Baritone with Piano
Composer: E. Brooks
Folder 21: Moonlight and Shadows (P), 1936Add to your cart.
Composer: Robin
Folder 22: Program, National School Orchestra Contest, May 13-15, 1937Add to your cart.
Columbus, OH
Folder 23: La Petit Suzanne, 1937Add to your cart.
Trombone with Piano Accompaniment
Composer: Arthur Pryor
Folder 24: Pipes O' Pan, 1915Add to your cart.
For Trombone, Cornet, Baritone or Bb Saxophone with Piano Acc.
Composer: Clay Smith
Folder 25: She Shall Have Music (P), 1935Add to your cart.
Composers: Sigler, Goodhart, and Hoffman
Folder 26: The Stars and Stripes Forever, 1897Add to your cart.
Zither Solo
Composer: J.P. Sousa
Folder 27: Three Moods, 1936Add to your cart.
Trombone Solo w Piano Acc.
Composer: Tommy Dorsey
Folder 28: The Tip-Topper, 1937Add to your cart.
For Trombone w Piano Acc.
Composer: Arthur Pryor
Folder 29: The Tourist's Song, 1941Add to your cart.
Choral arrangement w Piano acc.
Composer: Edwin R. Spencer
Folder 30: Trees, 1925Add to your cart.
For Three-Part Chorus of Women's Voices
Composer: Oscar Rasbach
Arranger: Victor Harris
Folder 31: The Wanderer, 1913Add to your cart.
Solo Trombone or Baritone w Piano Acc.
Composers: Fred. P. Harlow. Revised by G.H. Reeves.
Box 59Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Zither sheet music, 1895-1912Add to your cart.
Zither music donated anonymously possibly in 1999 and includes :  American Suite "Yankiana (PS), Anona: Intermezzo-Two Step for zither, Ben Bolt for zither, By the Swanee River (A Coon's Dream of the Past) (PS, P), Himna (P), Home Sweet Home with Variations for zither, La Marsellaise-The Star Spangled Banner for zither, Molly on the Shore (CS), New Life! for zither, Over the Waves of the Sea Waltz for zither, Sousa Quickstep (PS), The Blue Bells of Scotland--The Heart Bow'd Down for zither.
Composer/Arranger: Thurban
Folder 5: Hugh Lippman Papers, ca. 1920Add to your cart.
Photograph of John Philip Sousa and Ernest N. Glover, trombonist and assistant director of the Armco Band, c. 1920, and the sheet music for NC-4 March by F. E. Bigelow, 1919.  Donated by Nancy Hueper on 12/2/2011.
Folder 6: Hugh Lippman Papers - sheet music, ca. 1889-1945Add to your cart.
Donated by Nancy Hueper on December 17, 2014.  Includes: That's My Weakness Now, Irving Berlin's Sunshine, Blue Rain, Ramona, The Man I Love, Dardanella, My Baby's Arms, Oh! How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning, Miami Waltz, Somewhere in France is Daddy, Jean, Moonlight on the Water Waltz, Kismet, Ain't We Got Fun, A Precious Little Thing Called love, Rose of My Heart, When It's Apple Blossom Time in Normandie, Wyoming Lullaby (Go to Sleep, My Baby), Kisses Song, When You and I Were Seventeen, Eddie Cantor in Make it Snappy, Cho-Cho-San, Haunting Blues, Chili Bean, Good morning Mr. Zip-Zip-Zip, I Got to go Where You are Chlo-E, Bimini Bay, Napoleon's Last Charge, Crooning, My Mammy, A Persian Garden, The Stain Louis Blues, Bright Eyes, The Japanese Sandman, Sweet and Low, Angel Face, The Pink Lady, Old Man Jazz, (Oh!) A New Jazz Hit by Byron Gay, I'll see You in Cuba, The French Doll, Good News!, Remember, Russian Rag, Meet me Tonight in Dreamland, Make Believe, Nobody's Baby, Joan of Arc They are Calling you, The World is Waiting for the Sunrise, On the Alamo, On the Road to Mandalay, The Merry Widow, Just You, The Magic Melody, Grandmother's Pet, Rosalie, Singin' the Blues 'til my Daddy comes Home, When you Look in the Heart of a Rose, Ohio, Down the Trail to Home sweet Home, Moonlight and Roses, Smiles Song, Oh Frenchy, Indian summer, Showboat, Latin America, I'll Get By (as Long as I have You), Twilight Time, Let me Love You Tonight, Don't Sweetheart Me
Box 60Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Various Bands and Dignitaries, ca. 1872-1942Add to your cart.
Photographs
Folder 2: Musician's Omnibus No. 1, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Elias Howe
Folder 3: Musician's Omnibus No. 2, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Elias Howe
Folder 4: Musician's Omnibus No. 3, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Elias Howe
Folder 5: Musician's Omnibus No. 4, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Elias Howe
Folder 6: Musician's Omnibus No. 5, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composer/Arranger: Elias Hower
Folder 7: 2nd Polonaise, undatedAdd to your cart.
manuscript 1st bass part
Composer/Arranger: Liszt
Folder 8: He's in Love with Katharina (Village Gossip), undatedAdd to your cart.
manuscript 1st alto saxophone part
Arranger: J.E. Son
Folder 9: Carl Busch instrument photograph scrapbook, undatedAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Includes photographs of Carl Busch and instruments, concert programs, and newspaper clippings. Donated by Taylor Mitchell.
Box 62: Published sheet musicAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Saint-Saens "The Elephant" P, undatedAdd to your cart.
manuscript version for solo basses
Folder 2: Handel (arr. L.P. Laurendeau) "Funeral March from 'Saul' P, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 3: "The Music Goes 'Round and Around: Fox Trot" P, 1935Add to your cart.
Music by Edward Farley and Michael Riley. Lyric by "Red" Hodgson. Arranged by Paul Weirick.
Folder 4: "Vieni, Vieni Fox Trot" P, 1937Add to your cart.
Music by Vincent Scotto. Lyric by George Koger and H. Varna. English version by Rudy Vallee. Arranged by Paul Weirick.
Folder 5: Vincent Herbert (arr. Harold Sanford) "The World's Progress March" P, 1917Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Kenneth J. Alford (arr. Adolf Lotter) "The Vanished Army (They Never Die) Poetic March" P, 1918Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Lefebure-Wely (arr. R.E. Hildreth) "Monastery Bells Nocturne" P, 1928Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Grieg (arr. Franz Mahl) "Antira's Dance" P, 1910Add to your cart.
Folder 9: P. Mascagni "Intermezzo from the Opera Cavalleria Rusticana" P, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: Werner Janssen "Ragamuffin (with apologies to Chopin) Instrumental Fox-Trot" P, 1920Add to your cart.
Folder 11: Victor Herbert (arr. Otto Langey) "The Veiled Prophet: March" P, 1897Add to your cart.
Folder 12: Donizetti (arr. by Frank L. Collins) "Sextette from Lucia" P, 1890Add to your cart.
Folder 13: C. Chaminade (arr. Barrington-Sargent) "Scarf Dance" P, 1915Add to your cart.
Folder 14: F. Chopin (arr. R.E. Hildreth) "Polonaise Militaire" P, 1918Add to your cart.
Folder 15: Frederic Chopin (arr. Stuart B. Hoppin) "Mazurka" P, 1927Add to your cart.
Folder 16: Verdi (arr. Mackie-Beyer) "Ernani Selection" P, 1911Add to your cart.
Folder 17: J.R. Shannon (arr. George J. Trinkaus) "Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral: That's An Irish Lullaby" P, 1916Add to your cart.
Folder 18: Grieg (arr. Mackie-Beyer) "Ase's Death (Peer Gynt Suite I) Funeral March" P, 1907Add to your cart.
Folder 19: Strauss (R.L. Halle) "Waltz Duet 'Love's Roundelay' from 'A Waltz Dream'" P, 1908Add to your cart.
Folder 20: "Happy Days are Here Again: From 'Chasing Rainbows'" P, 1929Add to your cart.

Words by Jack Yellen. Music by Milton Ager. Arranged by George R. Holman.

Contains a Saxophone Sextette.

Folder 21: Brown, Davis and Conrad (arr. William M. Redfield) "Hi-Ho the Merrio (As Long as She Loves Me) March Fox-Trot" P, 1926Add to your cart.
Folder 22: T.V. Short "Esther: Spanish Serenade" P, 1912Add to your cart.
Folder 23: Carl D. Vandersloot (arr. Frank E. Barry) "The American Legion March" P, 1920Add to your cart.
Box 63Add to your cart.
Folder 11: Semper Fidelis, Washington Post March and The Instrumentalist, 1947/undated/1954Add to your cart.
Semper Fidelis arranged for Piano solo by Maxwell Eckstein, publised by Carl Fischer; Washington Post March arranged for piano, published by Willis Music Co.; The Instrumentalist magazine, November 1954, Sousa Anniversary Issue
Folder 12: Sousa Archives slides of exhibits and Sousa sheet music, 1990sAdd to your cart.
Box 64Add to your cart.
Folder 1: National Airs (P), 1889Add to your cart.
Second B-flat clarinet part book. Donated by John Rosch.
Composer/Arranger: Sousa, arr.
Folder 2: National Airs (P), 1889Add to your cart.
B-flat bass, treble clef part book. Donated by John Rosch.
Compser/Arranger: Sousa, arr.
Folder 3: National Airs (P), 1889Add to your cart.
Second and third B-flat cornet part book, two copies. Donated by John Rosch.
Composer/Arranger: Sousa, arr.
Box 65Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Elizabeth Terhune Lingua Press Papers, 1975-2006Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Consists of a Lingua Press catalogue from 1975, a letter from Kenneth Gaburo to Mrs. Elizabeth Terhune dated March 29, 1977, a musical score of The Beauty of Irrelavant Music (linguistic composition no. 7, dated 1970 by Kenneth Gaburo and Mutatis Mutandis (composition for interpreters, dated 1968) by Herbert Brun, and two postcards of Mrs. Turhune's artwork from 2004 and 2006.
Folder 2: University of Illinois Song Book -- Compiled by Willabelle Wilson, '08 and Louise Shipman, '08, 1908Add to your cart.
Donated by Nancy Garrison Shacklett on October 16, 2013.
Folder 3: Timothy K. Theesfeld photographs, music, and marching routines, 1960-1968Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Illinois Opera Theatre Enthusiasts Opera Newslines, 1990Add to your cart.
Folder 5: Labor Music Collection, 1927-2005Add to your cart.
Donated by Ronald J Peters, Professor Emeritus of the School of Labor and Emplyment Relations at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Peters's collection includes labor union songbooks and work songs. Materials include: Songs for Labor sheet music book (1983), Sing a Song of Action sheet music book (1950), Lyrics for "I want to Marry a Trotskyite" (composer: Walter Cliff; ca.1941/2005), Sheet Music for "L'Internationale" (Composer: Eugene Potter; Arranger: Max Persin; 1927), Ballads for Sectarians Lyrics and Notes (undated), The Bosses' Songbook: Songs to Stifle the Flames of Discontent Book of Lyrics (1959), IWW: Labor Arts Presents Songs of the Wobblies (1953); UAW Songbook (1963), and a UAW songbook (undated).
Folder 6: "Sousa's Band Will Play", April 10, 1897Add to your cart.
Newspaper clipping regarding legal action against the Sousa Band by the Blakely estate. Donated by Frank Bryant.
Folder 7: Jay Bennett Pen and Ink Drawing, c. 2000Add to your cart.
Abstract drawing, by Jay Bennett with possible contributions by Wilco bandmates. Black ink on white paper, mounted to foamboard, 25.4 x 20.3 x 0.6 cm.
Folder 8: Signed photograph, John Philip Sousa to Loren E. Kent - Loren E. Kent Papers, 1927Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Flyer for State Livstock Coliseum, Montgomery AL - Loren E. Kent Papers, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: Battalion Band Liberty Loan Route Sheets - Loren E. Kent Papers, 1918Add to your cart.
Folder 11: Sousa Band Route Sheets - Loren E. Kent Papers, 1926-1930Add to your cart.
Folder 12: Foundation to Saxophone Playing: An Elementary Method by Ben Vereecken, 1917Add to your cart.

Donated by Jim Waddell, November 17, 2014. Written by Sousa Band member Ben Vereecken, the first eight pages briefly explain technique and theory, and the rest of the book contains progressively advanced lessons.

This item was sold by A.G. Ogren Music Co. in Rockford, IL.

Folder 13: Alan Hendrickson Medicare broadcast recordings, 1979Add to your cart.
Medicare 7, 8, or 9 Live at Huff Gym, April 7, 1979. Tape and CD duplication.
Folder 14: "United States Military Band Journal: Suite, At the Movies" (PS, P), 1922Add to your cart.
Folder 15: Steve Pherigo Local Concert Ephemera, 1967-2003Add to your cart.
Includes working passes, ticket stubs, flyers, and programs from local high-profile concerts collected by Steve Pherigo.
Folder 16: A Short Autobiography of Wilder Bentley - Wilder Bentley, 2008Add to your cart.
Folder 17: When I Get To The City Of Refuge - Wilder Bentley, 2010Add to your cart.
Folder 18: After 9/11: Music for the New Millenium, Opus 4 - Wilder Bentley, 2006Add to your cart.
Folder 19: Hymnoi  Melopoetoi, Children's Corner, and Three Pieces for Organ - Wilder Bentley, 1965 - 1979Add to your cart.

Hymnoi Melopoetoi: Opus 2, 1965 - 1975 rev. 1993

Children's Corner: Opus 1, 1972, rev. 1979

Three Pieces for Organ: opus 3, 1979, rev. 1993

Box 66Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Michael M. Martin Collection of Published Movie-Theme Sheet Music, 1921-1959Add to your cart.
Donated by Hannah Jellen on January 23, 2015. Includes: "Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)," from So Dear to My Heart, 1948; "Mary is a Grand Old Name," from Yankee Doodle Dandy, 1932; "I Need a Friend," from Back Door to Heaven, 1939; "The More I See You," from Diamond Horseshoe, 1945; "Moonlight Propaganda," from Do You Love Me, 1946; "The Aba Daba Honeymoon," from Two Weeks With Love, 1942; "Through a Long and Sleepless Night," from Come to the Stable, 1949; "The 3rd Man Theme (The Harry Lime Theme)," from The 3rd Man, 1949; "I Think of You," from Holiday in Mexico, 1946; "My Foolish Heart," from My Foolish Heart, 1949; "Moonlight and Shadows," from The Jungle Princess, 1936; "Italian Street Song," from Naughty Marietta, 1921; "Laura," from Laura, 1945; "Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)" from The Man Who Knew Too Much, 1955; "Tallahassee Lassie," from Chic, 1959; "In the Still of the Night," from Rosalie, 1937; "Tip Toe Through the Tulips with Me," from The Gold Diggers of Broadway, 1929.
Folder 2: University of Illinois Concert Band photograph, March 3, 1921Add to your cart.
Black and white photograph, St. Louis, Missouri. Sent to conservation for flattening.
Folder 3: Our Leader March, F.E. Bigelow, 1903Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Coming Through the Rye, F. Innes, arr. H. Koch (CS, P), undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Partita for Violin, Viola, Cello, and Piano, Burrill Phillips, undatedAdd to your cart.
Acquired from the Music and Performing Arts Library on October 31, 2018.
Box 67Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Kenneth Drake piano recital program, Sept. 9, 1980Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Basic Movement Exercises, Barbara Mettler, 1973Add to your cart.
Folder 4: The Nature of Dance As a Creative Art Activity, Barbara Mettler, 1980Add to your cart.
Folder 5: The Improved Kamiki Hawaiian Guitar Method, 1928Add to your cart.
Folder 6: The New Technichord System and Tuning; sheet music, ca. 1939-1949Add to your cart.

Includes sheet music for Idle Moments (Alkire) and Hawaiian guitar solo samples from Honolulu Rhythms, Keoni Ama Kona Ipo, Honolulu Rag, That New Hawaiian Hula, Hawaiian Blues, Mele O Hawaii, Why Sing Aloha, One Sunny Day, Somewhere in Honolulu, Night Time in Hawaii, Nani Hawaii, Moonlight Hula, There's Something About Hawaii, My Island Home, My Hawaiian Sweetheart, Luanaokalani, Along Waikiki, Moonlight Waltz, Invitation to a Luau, March of My Native Land, Aloha Memories, 'Neath a Tropic Palm, Maikai-No, Let's Go to Hilo, Dreaming of My Hawaii, The Native Way, Native Swing, What Do Natives Do, Kalani Who Found His Love, By a Blue Lagoon, Tropic Paradise, Island Melody, My Isle, My Song of Hawaii, That's the Spirit, Down at Waikiki, All For You, Ilima Hula, Mokihana Hula, Honululu Lulu E, You Don't Say, That's What I Said, The Beach Hula, The Aloha Hula, Miniature March, Hula Maid, If You Really Knew, Hula Swing, This is Aloha, There We Were, As I Said Before, The Four Islands, 'Neath a Hula Moon, The Harbor Hula, The Honolulu Hula, Old Hawaii, Aloha Honolulu, Let's Sing Aloha, Waikiki Hula, Dreamy Honolulu, My Hilo Home, The Flowers of Hawaii, My Hawaiian Slumber Song, Kuu Ipo U'I, Sweet Lei Ilima, I Want to Visit Hawaii, Mokihana Lei, Hula Melody, Ka Pua O Hawaii, Beside a Harbor, Twilight Music, Native Hula, Down in Hawaii, On a South Sea Isle, Remember Hawaii, Maui Hula, Kealoha Kuu Ipo, Back to Hilo E, Hawaii is Beauty Supreme, When You Visit Hawaii, By a South Sea Bay, Hula Tune From Hilo, and Drifting in the Moonlight.

Note: for more Alkire materials, see RS 12/9/150 and RS 12/9/101.

Folder 7: Alkire E-Harp System - A Complete Technic and Chord Method, Part 4, Studies 31-32, 1948Add to your cart.
Note: for more Alkire materials, see RS 12/9/150 and RS 12/9/101.
Folder 8: Alkire E-Harp System - A Complete Technic and Chord Method, Part 5, Studies 33, 35, 37-40, 1948Add to your cart.
Note: for more Alkire materials, see RS 12/9/150 and RS 12/9/101.
Folder 9: Alkire E-Harp System - A Complete Technic and Chord Method, Part 6, Studies 46-48, 1948Add to your cart.
Note: for more Alkire materials, see RS 12/9/150 and RS 12/9/101.
Folder 10: Home Sweet Home, arr. Elmer Herrick, 1949Add to your cart.
Note: for more Alkire materials, see RS 12/9/150 and RS 12/9/101.
Folder 11: Give Me the Red, White, and Blue Flag, Elmer Herrick, 1951Add to your cart.
Note: for more Alkire materials, see RS 12/9/150 and RS 12/9/101.
Folder 12: Jerry Hadley candid photographs, ca. 1996Add to your cart.
Folder 13: The Song and the Slogan Carl Sandburg tribute news articles, 2000Add to your cart.
Folder 14: The Song and the Slogan Carl Sandburg tribute programs, 2000Add to your cart.
Folder 15: Vienna Meets the Prairie dinner program, 2000Add to your cart.
Folder 16: U of I Alumni Dinner invitation, 2002Add to your cart.
Achievement award recipient: Jerry Hadley
Folder 17: News-Gazette article" Jerry Hadley in Candide, 2005Add to your cart.
Folder 18: 5th Annual National High School Band Contest program, May 22-24, 1930Add to your cart.
Folder 20: The Illinois Loyalty Song, 1907Add to your cart.
Donated by C. Goodin
Folder 21: Letter fragment in German, undatedAdd to your cart.
Donated by C. Goodin
Folder 22: German sheet music: Leider zum feft-Rommers, 1891Add to your cart.
Donated by C. Goodin
Folder 23: Advancement Orchestra Folio: A Collection of Light Classics for Young Orchestras, 1941Add to your cart.
Box 69Add to your cart.
See also series 1 for additional content in box 69.
Folder 1: Letter from Harry Partch to Carl Bauman, 1969Add to your cart.
Donated by Jeff Wanswer of Hiram University on January 26, 2016.
Folder 2: Sousa Band concert program - Victory Theatre, October 21, 1907Add to your cart.
Donated by Mr. Edward Hillman on May 27, 2016.
Folder 3: "58 English Songs by Composers Chiefly of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century" by John Hullah, ca. 1871Add to your cart.
Published by Augener and Co., London. Book presented by John Philip Sousa to W.E. Woodruff, undated. Also signed Mary Davis Woodruff. Book donated by Linda A Lawyer October 5, 2015.
Folder 4: The Camptown Races, ca. 1874-1882Add to your cart.
Sheet Music Published by McLoughlin Publishers New York. Incomplete, contains front cover and back cover, both vibrantly painted. Signed "Willie Lerow [sic] Dec. 22, 1882." Transferred from MPAL September 2016.
Folder 5: Electronotes Newsletter Vol. 1, January-June 1972Add to your cart.
Contains issues: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Electronotes Newsletters in Box 69 Folders 5-9, transferred from MPAL September 14, 2016.
Folder 6: Electronotes Newsletter Vol. 2, July-December 1972Add to your cart.
Contains issues: 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, supplement to 16, and index of vol. 1 and 2.
Folder 7: Electronotes Newsletter Vol. 3, January- June 1973Add to your cart.
Contains issues: 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, Supplement to 21, and bibliography.
Folder 8: Electronotes Newsletter Vol. 4, July-December 1973Add to your cart.
Contains issues: 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, and bibliography.
Folder 9: Electronotes Newsletter Vol. 5, January-February 1974Add to your cart.
Contains Issues: 33, 34, 35.
Folder 10: Photograph of University of Illinois band on roller skates, April 2, 1927Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Caption on back reads, "Even the University band (drum major in the foreground) was on roller skates at the 1st American University roller skating derby ever held on any campus, Champaign, Ill. Sat. 2:30 pm, April 2. Photo G.J. Marfleet, 213 3d Avenue, Rock Falls, Ill."

Donated by Scott Schwartz, November 1, 2016.

Folder 13: Claude Gordon Trumpet - Dimensions, circa 1985Add to your cart.
Contains notes on dimensions of new trumpet design, and correspondence with Bill Peterson, President of Selmer Company.
Folder 14: Claude Gordon, Selmer Trumpet Testimonials, 1991Add to your cart.
Includes hanwritten testimonials of Tom Brozene, Bruce Haag, Richard Hofmann, Carl Leach, Kent Milasa, Michael Rotman, Larry Souza, and Robert D. Waldron.
Folder 15: #006 Selmer Trumpet Brochure with handwritten measurements and specifications, circa 1981Add to your cart.
Also includes advertisements and license agreement.
Folder 16: Sousa Album for the Pianoforte, 1923Add to your cart.
Published Piano Book of Pieces by John Philip Sousa including: The Bride Elect, The Charlatan, El Capitan, Hands Across the Sea, Harmonica Wizard, King Cotton, The Liberty Bell, The Manhattan Beach, Power and Glory, Powhatan's Daughter, the Royal Welch Fusiliers, The Stars and Stripes, and The Summer Girl. Published by Theodore Presser. Donated December 14, 2016 by Thomas Dannelley.
Folder 18: Farm Aid program, September 22, 1985Add to your cart.
Donated by Matt Metcalf, WCIA TV, August 23, 2017.
Folder 19: Kenneth Gaburo and Gary Verkade Correspondence, 1987-1992Add to your cart.
Contains letters, concert programs, and drawings sent between Gaburo and Verkade. Donated by Gary Verkade October 4, 2017. See Also the Kenneth Gaburo Papers (12/5/33, Series 1, Sub Series 1, Box 3, Folder 92)
Folder 20: Book and Ephemera: "We're Loyal to You Illinois", circa 1952Add to your cart.
"We're Loyal to You Illinois" book with autographs of nearly every Illinois band director; copy of the program for the Forty-Sixth Anniversary Concert of the University of Illinois Concert Band, March 5, 1936 performance; and notes and correspondence by M. Mullis. Donated by Mark Clark on October 27, 2017.
Folder 21: One Hundred Fifty Years - Our Illinois, 1968Add to your cart.

Illinois State Fair Theme Song, with name and address of composer Earl Oyler, given to the University Band by Oyler in 1976. Includes copies of of other music by Oyler, including Jesus, Our Savior is Born and 1776 History.

Given by the University Band to the Sousa Archives on November 1, 2017. Two sound recordings that were also donated are in Folder 24 (Series 1).

MapCabinet 3Add to your cart.
MapDrawer 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Gilmore Band, June of 1892Add to your cart.
Left Side
Item 10: Portrait of Herbert L. Clarke - Accession number: 2011-120950-001, 1939Add to your cart.
Commemorating his Honorary Doctorate from Phillips University, Enid, OK in 1939.
Oversize Panoramic Photo Box 1Add to your cart.
Item 1: Panoramic photograph of Goldman Band concert in Central Park New York, NY, 1924Add to your cart.
Box 70Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Publicity photograph of Dan Russo, undatedAdd to your cart.
Oversize Portfolio Case 1: Panoramic Photograph of John Philip Sousa standing with the Great Lakes Naval Battalion Band, Washington, D.C., September 20, 1918Add to your cart.
Black and White Panoramic Photograph measuring 123 centimeters by 28.5 centimeters. Water damage on left corner of the image, sunlight damage. Photograph taken during the band's 4th Liberty Loan Tour. Donated by Dwight Thomas February 4, 2017.
Box 73Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Geoffrey Britten Photograph and Letter, 2010 and 2019Add to your cart.
Photograph contains an image of Geoffrey Britten performing Cesar Franck's Panis Angelis on Lloyd Farrar's Yamaha Bb Flugelhorn on May 29, 2010.√?¬† See also Lloyd Farrar Music Instrument Collection, Series 1, Item 83 (accession number 2019.1209092.001).
Folder 2: Medicare 7, 8, or 9 Bumper Sticker, undatedAdd to your cart.
Donated by Kevin Greene May 1, 2018 to Student Life Archives, Acquired by the Sousa Archives May 23, 2019.
Folder 3: Victor H. Johnson Correspondence and Sousa Band Program, 1870-2019Add to your cart.
Gift of Susan Crist, June 28, 2019. Contains: Sousa Band Program March 25, 1900; Article on Opha May Johnson, 2019; U.S. Marine Corps Memo to Opha May Johnson, 1918; Sousa Letter of Recommendation for Victor H. Johnson; Ole Bull Concert Program, April 18, 1870.
Folder 4: Conn "Victor" Cornet Model 4A Original Documents, August 18, 1930Add to your cart.
Contains: Original receipt of purchase dated August 18, 1930; Carl Fischer Standard March Book for Solo Bb Cornet; Booklet titled, "What You Should Know About This Instrument" distributed by Conn. Donated by Peter Vallandigham on September 3, 2019 to the Sousa Archives. See also Conn "Victor" Cornet Model 4A, Series 2, Item 17 (accession number 2019.1209050.005)
Folder 5: Programs, Posters, and Souvenir Booklets, 1924-1957Add to your cart.
Contains posters for: Frank Simon and his ARMCO Band of NBC fame, Frank Simon and his famous ARMCO Band, The United States Marine Band newspaper clippings poster,and Capt. Eugene La Barre and his Famous World's Fair Band, Carnegie Hall. Contains programs for: Grand Concert by Sousa and His Famous Band, Fuller Theater, Kalamazoo, Sousa and His Band, Fuller Theater, Kalamazoo, Sousa and His Band, Orchestra Hall, and Two Concerts by John Philip Sousa and His Famous Band, Auditorium. Contains booklets for: Sousa and his Band, Souvenier Booklet, Triumphant Return of Sousa and His Band, Academy of Music promoptional booklet, and Kalamazoo, November 27.
Folder 6: Correspondence Letters from Frank Simon and Captain Eugene La Barre to Bates E. Clarke, February 8, 1933 - January 8, 1945Add to your cart.
Contains: 6 letters from Frank Simon to Bates E Clarke, 3 letters from Captain Eugene La Barre to Bates E Clarke, and 1 Christmas Card from Clyde Hall, U.S. Marine Band.
Folder 7: U.S. Marine Band Press Kit, 1957-1958Add to your cart.
Contains: the original press book folder, promotional pamphlets, programs, and special feature stories.
Folder 8: Haldane and Norma Bean Papers, 1917-1946Add to your cart.
Contains: Contestant tag for Norma Bean dated Arpil 13, 1946, Ribbon labeled "Division 1" in Champaign, ILL 1946, an ensemble medal for the competition, May 19, 1944 Demonstration Concert program for the Urbana Grade School Band with Norma Bean playing clarinet, May 23, 1945 Spring Concert program for the Urbana Grade School Band with Norma Bean playing clarinet, Photocopy of a 1940s newspaper article titled "Urbana's Top Grade School Musicians Gather" with Norma Bean and her Cavalier Clarinet, 1926 edition of the Blu-Mo-Illio (Blue Mound Community High School) containing photographs of Haldane Bean as Superintendent and Drum Major of the BMCHS Band (pages 7, 40, 41), undated photograph of the school band, photograph of Haldane Bean as Drum Major of the BMCHS Band (same photograph used in the illio), a photocopy of the band portion of the book , "The Centennial History of Blue Mound, Illinois" by Melvin R. Matthew published in 1970, 1917 photograph of the Blue Mound Community High School (BMCHS) Band with Haldane Bean holding his Holton Tenor Saxophone, and a photocopy of the Blue Mound Band in 1934. See also Haldane Bean's Frank Holton Bb Tenor Saxophone, Series 2, Item 20 (Accession number 2019.1209050.008). See also Norma Bean's Cavalier Bb Clarinet, Series 2, Item 21 (Accession number 2019.1209050.009).
Folder 9: Program of Presentation of "The Royal Welch Fusiliers" March and Photographs and Letter of B-Flat Bugle, 1918-1930Add to your cart.
Includes: Program for the June 25th, 1930 presentation of the march "The Royal Welch Fusiliers" with Sousa's signature on the cover and a brief performance history and two photographs on the silver plated bugle belonging to the 38th Division of the 17th Royal Welch Fusiliers 2nd Battalion. See also Henry Potter Music Company Rope Tension Snare/Field Drum (accession number 2019.1209050.010). Donated to the Sousa Archives by Elizabeth Wattenberg on October 7, 2019.See also Royal Welch Fusiliers B-flat Bugle (accession number 2019.1209050.011). See also Royal Grenadiers Sash (accession number 2019.1209050.012)
Folder 12: Evelyn Brue-Roeder Photographs and Notes, undatedAdd to your cart.
Copies of photographs√?¬† of Evelyn's Islanders Concert Band at several events.
Folder 13: Dean Wallace Sanders Papers, 1951-1973Add to your cart.
Dean Wallace Sanders was a professor of piano at the University of Illinois from 1957-1991. This folder includes photographs taken in Europe in 1973 with notes; postcards from Japan, Europe, and other locations; a brochure for Metz's Dells Mound Lake Resort in Wisconsin; as well as Professor Sanders's Bachelor of Music Diploma from Chicago Musical College. These papers were transferred to the Sousa Archive on January 23, 2020.
Oversize Portfolio Box 3Add to your cart.
Oversize Portfolio Case 1: "Musicircus" and "Matrix Extra" Concert Posters, November 17 and November 18, 1967Add to your cart.
Posters for two new music concerts. "Musicircus" at the Stock Pavillion at the University of Illinois, directed by John Cage with contributions from Ben Johnston, Lajaren Hiller, Salvatore Martirano, Herbert Brun, and other composers. Dated November 17 (poster does not include year). And "Martix Extra" New Music Choral Ensemble, directed by Kenneth Gaburo, at Smith Music Hall. Dated November 18, 1967. Transferred from University Archives record series 4/5/7 on February 19, 2020.

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