Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of correspondence (1900-1961), undated lecture notes, printed materials from 1904-1946, undated manuscripts, scrapbooks (1885-1945) and miscellany. The papers relate primarily to Carl Frederick Steckelberg's studies in playing technique and improvements in the violin.
The collection consists of catalogs and bulletins from the School of Fine Arts prior to the creation of the School of Music.
The collection consists of concert programs and scrapbooks related to musical performances at the University of Nebraska.
The correspondence generally deals with the daily business of the School of Fine Arts, from setting up art exhibitions, to letters of application for particular positions in the department. Included in the correspondence are letters to and about Aaron Douglas, and correspondence from other influential artists including: Robert Henri, John G. Neihardt, and others.
The collection consists of records from the University President's Special Assistant for the Arts and includes information on humanities organizations, events, departments, conferences and councils at the University and throughout Nebraska.
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”.
John Moran, Music Papers includes correspondence, newspaper clippings and articles, concert and event programs including the Willa Cather Centennial Concert, photographs, Introduction to Symphonic Music course audiocassettes, and materials related to the University of Nebraska School of Music and All-State High School Fine Arts Courses summer program.
The collection includes correspondence; research and publications by Louis C. Trzcinski; newspaper clippings; notes on clinics and area development; display materials on posture and movement studies; scrapbooks; and photographs. Of particular interest is Trzcinski's correspondence with Paul Stoeving.
Myron J. Roberts, Music Scores contains correspondence, photographs, and original published and unpublished organ music composed by Myron J. Roberts from 1930-1990s.
Archives & Special Collections, UNL Libraries does not hold copyright to these works.
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.
Raymond Haggh, Music Scores contains course materials, correspondence, concert programs and posters, news clippings, photographs, and original music composed by Raymond Haggh from about 1948-1957.
The collection includes sheet music for operas and symphonies to works for solo voice, piano, chorus, band, and small ensembles.
The Owens collections contains materials and compositions. The collection includes published and unpublished scores and original manuscripts of the composer. The collection also contains personal items such as books, newspaper clippings, play scripts, and photographs that belonged to Owens.
The collection consists of a program from a musical permformance presented by the Spanish Club, May 1930.