Musicians -- Nebraska
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Henry P. Eames, Music Papers
The collection consists of music, concert programs, a copy of "Henry Purmort Eames: Educator, Critic, Musician," by Eloise K. Heaton, and audio tapes containing excerpts of “Priscilla and John Alden: A Light Opera In Three Acts”.
Omaha Music Collection
The Omaha Music Collection documents Omaha musicians including bands, solo artists, composers, and collaborations. Material collected includes recordings as well as ephemeral material such as promotional stickers, buttons, and other material. The collection is open to material from most genres of music with new material added through purchases, free digital downloads or promotional material, and donations to the repository. See series descriptions for more detailed descriptions.
Omaha Public Schools Making Invisible Histories Visible Collection
The collection of documentary films, unedited video interviews, and supporting documents for the Omaha Public Schools Making Invisible Histories Visible program for the 2017-2018 summer programs document music genres in Omaha. Topics include jazz, hip hop, funk, polka, women in indie music, Mexican American music, and music of new immigrants to the U.S. The 2019 projects were about some of Omaha's neighborhoods.
Prominent Nebraskans Collection
This collection consists of brief biographical blurbs, bibliographies, and lists pertaining to prominent Nebraskans from various fields, especially music, literature, and performance. Also included is a typed transcript of "Nebraska Girls Who Made Good in Literature" from the Sunday State Journal, October 24, 1915.
River City Mixed Chorus Records
The records of the River City Mixed Chorus include meeting minutes, marketing materials (fliers, posters, etc.), grants, audiovisual recordings, correspondence, and other material documenting the organization.