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Musicians -- Utah -- Biography

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:

Anna Lindquist Brady autobiography

 File — Folder 1: [31197230306745]
Identifier: MSS SC 899
Scope and Contents Autobiography, correspondence, and photographs of family members. The letters are between Anna Brady and Lorin F. Wheelwright relating to donations for the Brigham Young University Centennial. Anna Lindquist was born in Fairview, Utah, attended Snow College and Brigham Young University, and married William Wells Brady (1886-1964). She later moved with her husband to Rigby, Idaho. She was the mother of four children, was a musician, and was active in Mormon Church callings.

Richard Condie papers

Identifier: MSS 7767
Scope and Contents This collection includes press clippings from national and local publications highlighting events in Condie's career, especially in relation to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir; photographs, books, and scores annotated and marked by Condie during performance or study; and other personal materials such as a typescript of an oral history given by Condie, circa 1950-1970.

Leroy J. Robertson scores and manuscripts, circa 1930-2007

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 7768 Series 1
Scope and Contents Contains published scores, manuscripts, and photocopies of important musical works by Leroy Robertson.

Leroy J. Robertson sound recordings and biography, circa 1930-2007

 Series — Oversize 3: Series 2
Identifier: MSS 7768 Series 2
Scope and Contents Contains one seven-inch reel tape of "Trilogy," eleven unofficial, non-professional CDs of performances of various works by Robertson, and a type-written draft of Wilson's book "Leroy Robertson: Music Giant from the Rockies" with annotations and markings by the author.

Charles Ludwig Olsen autobiography

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS SC 3210
Scope and Contents Photocopy of a microfilm copy of a handwritten autobiography. Olsen writes about his birth in Norway, his migration to Salt Lake City, Utah, and his life in Santaquin, Utah. He played dance music in many places in Utah and was tried by a Mormon court for inviting people to a public dance. He later settled in Salem, Utah, and continued to play his violin at dances. He travelled to many towns in Utah and Arizona. He later moved to Payson, Utah. Olsen served on a mission for the Mormon...

Program for a special concert of the Philadelphia Orchestra and Salt Lake Tabernacle Choir, 1962, May 19

 Item — Box 3: Series 2; Series 3; Series 4
Identifier: MSS 7767 Series 2 Item 9
Scope and Contents 1962-05-19 location at Salt Lake Tabernacle; 1962-05-21 at BYU Fieldhouse.

Program for Alumni Association Brigham Young University homecoming banquet, 1960, September 15

 Item — Box 3: Series 2; Series 3; Series 4
Identifier: MSS 7767 Series 2 Item 7
Scope and Contents Honoring distinguished Alumnus Condie; includes 2 copies.