American Choral Directors Association Special Collections

Overview

Scope and Contents

Biographical Note

Subject Terms

Administrative Information

Detailed Description

Harold A. Decker Papers and Recordings

Colleen J. Kirk Papers and Sound Recordings

Russell Mathis Papers

L. Stanley Glarum Papers and Audio Recordings

Morris D. Hayes Papers and Realia

Elwood Keister Papers

Ferenc Farkas Collection

Charles C. Hirt Papers

Walter S. Collins Papers

Elaine Brown Music and Papers

Fred Waring Collection

F. Melius Christiansen Choral Scores

Robert Shaw Collection

Robert and Ellis Snyder Choral Library and Personal Papers

Small Collections



Email us about these papers

Finding Aid for American Choral Directors Association Special Collections, ca. 1950-2000 | The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music

By Spring 2023 IS562A Class: D. Berdan, H. Cox, B. Eskin Shapson, M. Fabian, K. Fata, R. J. Johnston, I. Michael, L. Musil, K. Nowlan.

[Printer Friendly] | [ Email us about these papers]

Collection Overview

Title: American Choral Directors Association Special Collections, ca. 1950-2000Add to your cart.

ID: 12/9/172

Primary Creator: American Choral Directors Association (1959-)

Other Creators: Brown, Elaine (1910-1997), Christiansen, F. Melius (1871-1955), Collins, Walter S. (1926-1997), Decker, Harold A. (1914-2003), Farkas, Ferenc (1905-2000), Glarum, L. Stanley (1908-1975), Haberlen, John B. (1940-), Hayes, Morris D. (1919-2006), Hirt, Charles C. (1911-2001), Keister, Elwood (1920-2003), Kirk, Colleen J. (1918-2004), Mathis, Russell (1926-2014), Maze, Glen L. (1928-2002), Page, Ronald Royce (ca. 1940-), Shaw, Robert Lawson (1916-1999), Snyder, Ellis Emanuel (1898-1969), Snyder, Robert Ellis (1930-2021), Waring, Fredrick Malcolm (1900-1984), Yamron, Janet (1932-), Youngberg, Eva Mae Struckmeyer (1930-)

Extent: 71.05 cubic feet

Arrangement: Organized in 15 record groups: Record Group 1, Harold A. Decker Papers and Sound Recordings; Record Group 2, Colleen J. Kirk Papers and Sound Recordings; Record Group 3, Russell Mathis Papers; Record Group 4, Stanley Glarum Papers and Sound Recordings; Record Group 5, Morris D. Hayes Papers and Realia; Record Group 6, Elwood Keister Papers; Record Group 7, Ferenc Farkas Collection; Record Group 8 Charles C. Hirt Papers; Record Group 9, Walter Collins Papers; Record Group 10; Elaine Brown Music and Papers; Record Group 11, Fred Waring Collection; Record Group 12, F. Melius Christiansen Choral Scores; Record Group 13, Robert Shaw Collection; Record Group 14, Robert and Ellis Snyder Choral Library and Personal Papers; and Record Group 15, Small Collections which consists of 5 series including the Eva Youngberg Papers, Ronald Page Collection, John Haberlen Robert Shaw Collection, John Haberlen Research Files on William L. Dawson, and the Glen Maze Collection of Choral Method Books. Record Groups will be processed over time.

Date Acquired: 01/06/2022

Subjects: Books, Choirs, Choral music, Choral singing -- Instruction and study, Choral Society, Church music--Catholic Church, Civil Rights, Class Record Books, Compositions-Music, Folk music, Folk songs, Magazines, Music -- Brazil, Music -- China, Music -- Illinois, Music -- Illinois - Education, Music -- Japan, Music -- Korea, Music -- Russia, Music - United States, Musical Repertoires, Music Library, Music Publishers, Music teachers, Music teachers - Training of, Music Teachers National Association, Teaching Methods, Vocal music

Formats/Genres: Scrapbooks

Languages: English, French, Italian, German, Polish, Slovak, Russian, Ukrainian, Hungarian, Romanian, Serbian, Hebrew, Yiddish, Japanese, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish;Castilian, Thai, Swedish, Chinese

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Consists of correspondence, programs, lectures, photographs, research files, newsletters, newspaper clippings, sound recordings, meeting minutes, awards, publications, music scores and parts, and personal papers documenting the careers of major American choral directors and leaders of the American Choral Directors Association between the 1950s and 2000.

Biographical Note

Concerned by the lack of resources available to American choral directors, Robert Landers (director of the US Air Force Choir), Archie Jones (director of choirs at the University of Texas), and Maynard Klein (director of choirs at the University of Michigan) first conceived of a national choral association in 1957. The American Choral Directors Association (ACDA), originally called the American Choirmasters Association following the American Bandmasters Association, was founded two years later in Kansas City, Missouri during the biennial conference of the Music Teachers National Association. The ACDA, which began with 35 members, was established to serve the needs of pubilc school, collegiate, community, sacred, and professional choirs by sponsoring choral workshops, international conventions, concert exchanges, and symposia.

The first executive board was led by Archie Jones (president), R. Wayne Hugoboom (executive director), Earl Willhoite (treasurer), Charles Hirt, Warner Imig, James Aliferis, Elwood Keister, and Harry Robert Wilson. During their first meeting, the executive board established a set of bylaws and yearly dues of $6.

In March 1960, the organization held its first biannual convention in conjunction with the 1960 Music Educator's National Conference. This conference consisted of concerts, reading sessions, workshops, and panel discussions. The following May, the ACDA published the first issue of the Choral Journal. Eleven years later, the organization held its first independent conference in Kansas City. Since then, the ACDA conference has expanded to include honor choirs and multiple sessions.

In addition to their biannual conference, the organization has fostered the annual Schmitt and Pepper Choral Composition Competitions since 1962. In 1991, the ACDA added the Raymond W. Brock Student Composition Competition. In addition, the ACDA also provides awards for dissertations and professional research on choral music. 

Since 1961, the ACDA has been governed by both national and regional officers from six regions. In 1979, the ACDA added a seventh region to accomodate expanding membership.

Subject/Index Terms

Books
Choirs
Choral music
Choral singing -- Instruction and study
Choral Society
Church music--Catholic Church
Civil Rights
Class Record Books
Compositions-Music
Folk music
Folk songs
Magazines
Music -- Brazil
Music -- China
Music -- Illinois
Music -- Illinois - Education
Music -- Japan
Music -- Korea
Music -- Russia
Music - United States
Musical Repertoires
Music Library
Music Publishers
Music teachers
Music teachers - Training of
Music Teachers National Association
Teaching Methods
Vocal music

Administrative Information

Repository: The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music

Acquisition Source: American Choral Directors Association

Acquisition Method: Transfer through deed of gift.

Appraisal Information: 10 boxes of loose choral music in the Decker Record Group (box 7-8,10-11, 13-15, 18, 23 and one unlabelled box) was deaccessioned June 24, 2022.


Box and Folder Listing


Browse by Record Group:

[Record Group 1: Harold A. Decker Papers and Recordings, 1902-2009],
[Record Group 2: Colleen J. Kirk Papers and Sound Recordings, 1949-2003],
[Record Group 3: Russell Mathis Papers, 1960-1977],
[Record Group 4: L. Stanley Glarum Papers and Audio Recordings, 1930-1977],
[Record Group 5: Morris D. Hayes Papers and Realia, 1956-1991],
[Record Group 6: Elwood Keister Papers, 1958-1995],
[Record Group 7: Ferenc Farkas Collection, 1933-2001],
[Record Group 8: Charles C. Hirt Papers, 1923-2001],
[Record Group 9: Walter S. Collins Papers, 1940-1996],
[Record Group 10: Elaine Brown Music and Papers, 1880-2005],
[Record Group 11: Fred Waring Collection, 1937-1997],
[Record Group 12: F. Melius Christiansen Choral Scores, 1918-1954],
[Record Group 13: Robert Shaw Collection, 1954-2005],
[Record Group 14: Robert and Ellis Snyder Choral Library and Personal Papers, 1935-1999],
[Record Group 15: Small Collections, 1893-2006],
[All]

Record Group 7: Ferenc Farkas Collection, 1933-2001Add to your cart.
Consists of published music by Ferenc Farkas, sound recordings of music by Ferenc Farkas, and a collection of correspondence by Gene Brooks and Catalog of works by Ferenc Farkas, donated to ACDA by Andras Farkas. Arranged into three series titled Series 1 Published Music Scores by Ferenc Farkas, Series 2 Music Recordings, and Series 3 Collection of Personal Papers, Correspondence and Repertoire Books.
Series 1: Published Music Scores by Ferenc Farkas, 1933-2000Add to your cart.
Consists of published music scores by Ferenc Farkas. Arranged into two subseries titled Subseries 1 Published Music Scores by Ferenc Farkas and Subseries 2 Collection of Published Music Scores by Ferenc Farkas.
Sub-Series 1: Published Music Scores by Ferenc Farkas, 1952-1999Add to your cart.
Consists of published music scores composed by Ferenc Farkas. Arranged alphabetically by title.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: "Bontott Zászlók" by Ferenc Farkas - "Cantus Pannonicus" by Ferenc Farkas, 1952-1975Add to your cart.
"Bontott Zászlók" by Ferenc Farkas, 1975; "Cantata Lirica" by Ferenc Farkas, 1959; "Cantata Lirica" by Ferenc Farkas, 1959; "Cantata Lirica" by Ferenc Farkas, 1952; "Cantus Pannonicus" by Ferenc Farkas, 1963; "Cantus Pannonicus" by Ferenc Farkas, 1960;
Folder 2: "Ferenc Farkas" by Ferenc Farkas - "Missa in Honorem Sancti Andreae" by Ferenc Farkas, 1962-1999Add to your cart.
"Ferenc Farkas" by Ferenc Farkas, undated; "Jeu de la Crèche" by Ferenc Farkas, 1999; "Missa in Honorem Sancti Andreae" by Ferenc Farkas, 1999; "Ein Krippenspiel" by Ferenc Farkas, 1999; "Missa Brevis in Honorem Sancti Stephani" by Ferenc Farkas, 1994; "Missa in Honorem Sancti Andreae" by Ferenc Farkas, 1962;
Folder 3: "Missa Secunda" by Franciscus Farkas - "Psaumes de Fête" by Ferenc Farkas, 1975-1999Add to your cart.
"Missa Secunda" by Franciscus Farkas, Direction, 1999; "Missa Secunda" by Ferenc Farkas, 1999; "Missa Secunda in honorem Sanctae Margaritae" by Ferenc Farkas, 1999; "La Musicien de Saint-Merry: poeme de Gillaume Apollinaire" by Ferenc Farkas, 1984; "La Musique (Victor Hugo)" by Ferenc Farkas, 1995; "Psaumes de Fête" by Ferenc Farkas
Folder 4: "Tavaszárás" by Ferenc Farkas - "Vivit Dominus" by Ferenc Farkas, 1970-1999Add to your cart.
"Tavaszárás" by Ferenc Farkas, 1970; "Vita Poëtae" by Ferenc Farkas, 1978; "Vita Poetae" by Ferenc Farkas, 1976; "Vivit Dominus" by Ferenc Farkas
Sub-Series 2: Collection of Published Music Scores by Ferenc Farkas, 1933-1999Add to your cart.
Consists of published music scores and copies of published music scores in folders determined by original order. Arranged alphabetically by original folder titles.
Box 2Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Children Choirs, 1950-1999Add to your cart.
"Ákom-Bákom Hadsereg" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1978; "Állatok Világa" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1977; "Cantas Fractus" by Ferenc Farkas, 1982; "Cigány-Nóta" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Music, Budapest, 1970; "Gribouilllis" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed in Switzerland, 1987; "Gyöngyõri-Gyõngy" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1971; "Õt Kis Gyermekkar: Kassák Lajos" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1977; "Hat Magyar Népdal" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1950; "Pebbles: Eight Miniatures for Children's Choir" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Music, Budapest, 1983; "2 Petõfi Kòrus" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Andras Farkas, 1999; "A String of Pearls" by Ferenc Farkas, General Music Publishing Co., 1974;
Folder 2: Female Choirs, 1950-1997Add to your cart.
"Ave Maria" by Ferenc Farkas, Ascolta, Houten, 1994; "Bakonyi Pártabúcsúztató: by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1977; "Baszk Dalok" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1989; "Baszk dalok II (Euskal abetiak)" by Ferenc Farksa, 1993; "Six Chansons Populaires Hongroises" by Ferenc Farkas and Edmond Pidoux, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1987; "A Béke Mosolya" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1962; "Hajdútáng" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Andras Farkas, 1999; "Keresztõltés" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1969; "A Lyåny Dala" by Ferenc Farkas, undated; "Laus Beatae Margaritae" by Ferenc Farkas, Ascolta Houten, 1995; "Magnificat" by Ferenc Farkas, Ascolta Music Publishing, Houten, 1995; "Hat Magyar Népdal" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1950; "Ronde" by Ferenc Farkas, Harmonia, Loosdrecht, Holland, 1997; "Tillió-Lió" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1971; "Vagues" by Ferenc Farkas, Switzerland, undated; "Vallon Szerenád (Vallon Népdal)" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1950;
Folder 3: Male Choirs, 1933-1999Add to your cart.
"Aubade" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1950; "Ave Maria" by Ferenc Farkas, Ascolta, Houten, 1994; "Bucchushoz (Csokonai Vitéz Mihàly verse)" by Ferenc Farkas, undated; "Bakhülidész békedala" by Ferenc Farkas, 1933; "Dans Cette Etable" by Ferenc Farkas, Editions Labatiaz, undated; "Le Débat du Coeur et du Corps" by Ferenc Farkas, Ascolta Music Publishing, Houten, 1980; "3 Ènek a mohàcsi vészrõl" by Ferenc Farkas, 1984; "Fel!" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Ferenc Farkas, 1999; "Fõlkél a hüs hajnali szél" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Andras Farkas, 1999; "Hajdátáuc fértikerra" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed in Switzerland, undated; "Hommage à Trakl" by Ferenc Farkas and Georg Trakl, Carus-Verlag, Stuttgart, 1998; "Ki Búban Ül" by Ferenc Farkas, undated; "Kyrie" by Ferenc Farkas, Ascolta, Houten, 1997; "Kurucdal" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1949; "A Lábodi Hegy Alatt" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Andras Farkas, 1999; "Két madrigál" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Andras Farkas, 1999; "Mutation" by Ferenc Farkas, undated; "Officium Rhythmicum Sancti Stephani Regis" by Ferenc Farkas, undated; "Három Palócz Katonanóta" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Andras Farkas, 1999; "Pataki Bordal" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Andras Farkas, 1999; "Pintes-Üveg" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Ferenc Farkas, 1999; "Psalmus et Hymni" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed in Switzerland, 1988; "Rekrutasor" by Ferenc Farkas, undated; "Rondeau et Epilogue" by Ferenc Farkas, 1994; "Sainte Nuit" by Ferenc Farkas, Editions Labatiaz, undated; "Salut" by Ferenc Farkas, Edition Ferrimontana, Frankfurt, 1948; "Sàrga recepice Fleau de colza" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Andras Farkas, 1999; "Serenade Wallonne" by Ferenc Farkas, Editions Labatiaz, Budapest, undated; "Silence" by Ferenc Farkas, Edition Ferrimontana, Frankfurt, 1947; "Somogyi juhász nótái" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Andras Farkas, 1999; "Szivárvány" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1974; "Temetöben" by Ferenc Farkas, undated; "Vadaszkar" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Andras Farkas, 1999; "Várkonya futónóta" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Andras Farkas, 1999; "Vinus Vina Vinum" by Ferenc Farkas, Editions A Coeur Joie Suisse, undated; "Zöld mezönek közepéden" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Andras Farkas, 1999; "Zúg as erdö, harson a trombita" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Andras Farkas, 1999;
Folder 4: Mixed Choirs 1 of 2, 1950-1999Add to your cart.
"Ad Musicam" by Ferenc Farkas, Harmonia, Loosdrecht, Holland, 1997; "Áldott éj" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1958; "Áprelis Végén" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed in Switzerland, 1986; "Arra Alá Baranyában" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Andras Farkas, 1999; "Aubade" by Ferenc Farkas, Editions Labatiaz,1950; "Ave Maria" by Ferenc Farkas, Asolta, Houten, 1994; "Ballada Irisz Fátyoláról" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1983; "Baranyai Lakodalmas" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1975; "Baszk dalok III"  by Ferenc Farkas, 1993; "Beati mortui" by Ferenc Farkas, Ascolta, Houten, 1995; "2 Canciones de Gongora" by Ferenc Farkas, 1997; "Bel Oiseau" by Ferenc Farkas, Editions A Coeur Joie Suisse, undated; "Chansons de Fou" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Andras Farkas, 1999; "La Cigale et la fourmi" by Ferenc Farkas, 1977; "Come Away" by Ferenc Farkas and William Shakespeare, Ascolta, Houten, 1994; "Danse Macabre" by Ferenc Farkas, Kodály Intézet, Kecskemét, 1994; "Janus Pannonicus: De inundatione" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed in Switzerland, undated; "De Sancta Hostia" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed in Switzerland, undated; "De Sancto Ladislas Rege" by Franciscus Farkas, undated; "Deutsche Lider" by Ferenc Farkas, Veb Deutscher Verlag Für Musik Leipzig, 1980; "Emléksorok" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Music Budapest, 1962; "Emmaus" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica Budapest, 1987; "Èneb frent Eorsébetröe" by Ferenc Farkas, undated; "Epigramma" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1970; "Erdély" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1988; "Esztergom Megvételéröl" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1979; "Exlibro Job" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed in Switzerland, undated; "Felhök" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica Budapest, 1978; "Feu Profond" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Andras Farkas, 1999; "Földregés" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1963; "Fóti Dal" by Ferenc Farkas, undated; "Futás A Gond Elöl" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1978; "Göcseji Madrigál" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1971; "3 Görög népdal" by Ferenc Farkas, 1994; "Hajdútánc" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Ferenc Farkas, 1999; "Hajnal-Nóta" Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1950; "Halalhárasito" by Ferenc Farkas, undated;"Heide-Skizzen" by Ferenc Farkas, Adolf Robitschek Wien, 1984; "Hin zum Brunnen / Auf dem Marktplatz von Jánoshid" by Ferenc Farkas, Möseler Verlag Wolfenbüttel und Zürich, Germany, undated; "Hommage A Rilke" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica Budapest, 1987; "Hymnes ad Sanctum Emercum" by Franciscus Farkas, undated; "Venantü Fortunati" by Ferenc Farkas, undated; "Ici entrez vous" by Ferenc Farkas, 1993; "Je suis l'archange de Dieu" by Ferenc Farkas, Ascolta, Houten, 1995; "Jelenések" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Music, Budapest, 1984; "Jer, nèrd a Balatont" by Ferenc Farkas, undated; "Laus Joannis Vitézü Archiepiscopi" by Ferenc Farkas, 1986;
Folder 5: Mixed Choirs 2 of 2, 1950-1999Add to your cart.
"Lotharingiai Népdalok" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Ferenc Farkas, undated; "Lupus Fecit" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Music, Budapest, 1981; "Madrigal A La Rose" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Andras Farkas, 1999; "Merre Száll?" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1963; "Milliók Szájával" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Andras Farkas, 1999; "Négysoros Versek" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Music, Budapest, 1986; "Népek Karéneke" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1974; "A Nyári Délutánok" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1986; "Ode" by Ferenc Farkas, 1976; "Óh, Napsugár!" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1985; "Omaggio a Govoni" by Ferenc Farkas, 1990; "Omaggio a Leopardi" by Ferenc Farkas, 1990; "Az Öröm Illan" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Andras Farkas, 1999; "Pasztell" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1989; "Pataki diákdalok" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Andras Farkas, 1999; "Pater noster" by Ferenc Farkas, ASolta, Houten, 1994; "Pensieri Notturni" by Ferenc Farkas, Pro Music Studium, Roma, 1983; "Petöfi sorok" by Ferenc Farkas, 1995; "Phædri Fabulæ" by Ferenc Farkas, undated; "Phones" by Ferenc Farkas, 1991; "Trois Poemes" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed in Switzerland, undated; "XXXII.Genti Zsoltàr" by Ferenc Farkas, undated; "Psaume CXXXI." by Ferenc Farkas, undated; "CXXXI. Zsoltár" by Editio Musica, Budapest, 1981; "Quittez pasteurs..." by Ferenc Farkas, Ascolta, Houten, 1995; "A Reggel: Gyöngyösi István verse" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed by Andras Farkas, 1999; "Rossz elöjclek" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed in Switzerland, undated; "Két Madrigál" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1950; "Rózsa Madrigál" by Ferenc Farkas, Harmonia, Loosdrecht, Holland, 1997; "Rubáiyát" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1987; "La Saint Jean" by Ferenc Farkas, Printed in Switzerland, undated; "Sainte Nuit" by Ferenc Farkas, Editions Labatiaz, undated; "St. Pauli Epistola V. ad Corinthus" by Ferenc Farkas, undated; "Serenade Wallonne" by Ferenc Farkas, Editions Labatiaz, undated; "Siotelerat" by Ferenc Farkas, undated; "Sonetto CCCXXXIII Di Petrarca" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1993; "Szent Margit Kiràlynéröl" by Ferenc Farkas, 1971; "Tavasz, nyàr, ösz, tél" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1962; "Vázaképek" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1987; "Két Vegyeskar" by Ferenc Farkas, Editio Musica, Budapest, 1977; "Vig' reggeli énekléssel" by Ferenc Farkas, undated;
Series 2: Music Recordings, 1984-2000Add to your cart.
Consists of published CD-ROM music recordings of concerts with groups playing works by Ferenc Farkas and Hungarian music. Arranged in order of publishing date.
Box 3Add to your cart.
Item 1: Silent Night: Christmas Carols and Organ Music, 1994Add to your cart.
CD-ROM and booklet, Made in Hungary, Hungaroton Classic.
Item 2: Choral Works to Debrecen, 1984, 1998Add to your cart.
CD-ROM and booklet, Made in Hungary, Kodály Chorus of Debrecen. Contains "Jelenések" by Ferenc Farkas, 1984.
Item 3: Ferenc Farkas: Cantatas, 1999Add to your cart.
CD-ROM and booklet, Made in Hungary, Hungaroton Classic. Contains Cantus Pannonicus, Sait John's Fountain, Vivit Dominus and Waiting of Spring by Ferenc Farkas, and conducted by András Ferenc.
Item 4: Musica Nostra Choir, 1999Add to your cart.
CD-ROM and booklet, Made in Austria, Hungaroton Classic. Contains "Missa Secunda (in Honorem Sanctae Margaritae)" by Ferenc Farkas.
Item 5: Ferenc Farkas- Notturno, Ars Nova Singing Ensemble, 2000Add to your cart.
CD-ROM and booklet, Made in Austria, Hungaroton Classic.
Series 3: Collection of Personal Papers, Correspondence and Repertoire Books, 1979-2001Add to your cart.
Consists of articles about Ferenc Farkas, correspondence by Gene Brooks, Director of ACDA, about the New York National Convention, and books of the complete oeuvres of Ferenc Farkas. Arranged alphabetically.
Box 2Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Ferenc Farkas Biography, Articles and Discography, 2000Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Gene Brooks and ACDA Correspondence and copy of Catalogue des Oeuvres, 2001Add to your cart.
Folder 8: List of Choral Works by Ferenc Farkas, 2001Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Published Catalogue des Oeuvres and possible draft, 1979, undatedAdd to your cart.

Browse by Record Group:

[Record Group 1: Harold A. Decker Papers and Recordings, 1902-2009],
[Record Group 2: Colleen J. Kirk Papers and Sound Recordings, 1949-2003],
[Record Group 3: Russell Mathis Papers, 1960-1977],
[Record Group 4: L. Stanley Glarum Papers and Audio Recordings, 1930-1977],
[Record Group 5: Morris D. Hayes Papers and Realia, 1956-1991],
[Record Group 6: Elwood Keister Papers, 1958-1995],
[Record Group 7: Ferenc Farkas Collection, 1933-2001],
[Record Group 8: Charles C. Hirt Papers, 1923-2001],
[Record Group 9: Walter S. Collins Papers, 1940-1996],
[Record Group 10: Elaine Brown Music and Papers, 1880-2005],
[Record Group 11: Fred Waring Collection, 1937-1997],
[Record Group 12: F. Melius Christiansen Choral Scores, 1918-1954],
[Record Group 13: Robert Shaw Collection, 1954-2005],
[Record Group 14: Robert and Ellis Snyder Choral Library and Personal Papers, 1935-1999],
[Record Group 15: Small Collections, 1893-2006],
[All]

Page Generated in: 0.38 seconds (using 134 queries).
Using 7.4MB of memory. (Peak of 7.72MB.)

Powered by Archon Version 3.21 rev-3
Copyright ©2017 The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign