Church music -- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Contains 16 and 35mm release prints and answer prints of and relating to the LDS Motion Picture Studios (and the BYU Motion Picture Studios) from approximately 1930-1985. The films were created for educational, missionary-related, and other purposes. They describe the cultural and religious history of the Mormon faith in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Typewritten and handwritten notes, essays, compositions, histories, biographies, and music. The materials relate to Foxley's research in choral music, its history and composition, primarily in Mormon meetings.
Contains diaries belonging to the Kempe and DeWitt families. Includes a diary of Christopher Jensen Kempe about his missions, time in the Detroit penitentiary, and marriages. Also contains diaries of Abel Alexander DeWitt, Jr. about his mission from 1901-1903. Finally, contains an autograph book and diary of Ruth Leila Kempe DeWitt as well as a short biographical history of her descendendants and ancestors. Dated approximately 1860-1996.
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.