Harpists -- United States
Found in 48 Collections and/or Records:
Twelve placards featuring American Harp Society founding board members, one poster announcing the Ruth Wickersham Papalia Memorial Scholarship, one poster announcing Karen Lindquist’s Lifetime Achievement Award on June 22, 2022, and one poster announcing the AHS 60th anniversary in 2022 and signed by numerous attendees. Materials dated approximately 2020 to 2022.
Contains scrapbooks kept by the American Harp Society from 1969 to 2022. Scrapbooks contain photographs with captions, clippings, conference, institute and concert programs, pages from the society's journal reporting on conferences, concerts, and society updates.
Contains audio recordings, scores, articles, and fliers from Barbara Lepke-Sims's personal career.
Collection spans the years 1953-2002, and contains the correspondence of Stanley Chaloupka, programs from his performances including the performances with his wife, LP and 78 audio recordings of his music and other famous harpists, one VHS tape entitled "A conversation aith the Cousteaus," and pictures with glass frames.
Subseries contains a set list of Christmas harp music. Includes music and a program where this set list was performed. Music is in the form of manuscript arrangements, photocopies of her manuscripts, and photocopies of sheet music. The program indicates that she performed this on December 24, 2011 at her Methodist church in Bloomington, Indiana. Dates approximately 2010-2012.
This series includes the correspondence and works of Robert Maxwell, a harpist, client of Eleanor's publishing company, and friend. Materials include published works by Maxwell, a tape recording of his composition and the manuscript. Dated 1948-2001.
Subseries includes a funeral set list of harp music, funeral program, and an outline of a talk to be given regarding the harp in the Bible. She performed this setlist on July 18, 2012 at her Methodist church in Bloomington, Indiana. It's probable that this was performed many other places as well. The music is a combination of her manuscript scores, photocopied manuscripts, sheet music and photocopied sheet music. Dates approximately 2010-2012.