Found in 226 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains materials pertaining to the Barlow Endowment for Music Composition. The majority of this collection are materials from annual competitions. There are also scans of competition scores, competition promotional flyers and pamphlets, and correspondence regarding the Endowment. These materials have been compiled over the years, after each competition. Currently dates range from 1984-2011.
This series includes a few letters between the Barlow Endowment and recipients of the endowment. The letters are all printed. They express grattitude for recieving the award and also discuss future plans with their different commissioned works. Dates range from 1993-2006.
This series contains materials for advertising the annual composition competition held by the Barlow Endowment for Music Composition. Materials include informational pamphlets, posters, and programs for the performance of the 2005 commission. This series does not have material regarding every year. Dates range from 1986-2006.
Contains materials documenting the family history of the Dalby and Magnussen family, including ancestors and descendants information and photographs; and films and scores of music that Phil Dalby wrote, led, and performed. Dated 1921-2014.
This series contains published compact discs collected by Dr. Sargent. This discs contains recordings of his compositions. His compositions on these CD’s include: “Three of a Kind”, “We Give Thee but Thine Own”, “Sonata for the Church”, and “At the River”. Dates range 1993-2009.
This series contains programs collected by Dr. Sargent. The programs are from concerts where his compositions were performed. They include information regarding the performers, venues, and dates of each performance. Some programs also include biographical information regarding Dr. Sargent. Dates range 1979-2012.
This series contains Dr. David H. Sargent’s musical compositions and arrangements. The materials include manuscripts, manuscript copies, bound and unbound scores. The compositions are from both school assignment and his professional career. There is a variety of genres and orchestrations. Dates range approximately 1964-2010.
Materials consist of manuscript scores written and arranged by Robert P. Manookin. The music is primarily vocal music, both sacred and secular, instrumental arrangements primarily for organ or keyboard, with occasional other orchestrations, and large scale ensemble works. Dated approximately 1935-1997.