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The collection includes manuscript music, notes and writings, correspondence, professional papers, printed material, and audiovisual and computer media documenting the career of African American composer and musician Ed Bland.
The collection contains correspondence, writings, artwork, photographs, clothing, fanzines, stencils, posters, printed ephemera, and computer and audiovisual media documenting punk culture in Great Britain.
The Henri Chopin Papers document the work and life of French avant-garde poet and musician Henri Chopin. The papers consist of personal and professional correspondence, subject files, writings relating to various publications, artwork, writings of others, photographs, audiovisual materials, and posters spanning the years 1948 to 2009.
This collection provides supplemental information on more than one thousand preeminent figures directly or indirectly related to historical sound recordings, mostly through photographs and other pictorial images, such as postcards and drawings, as well as through correspondence, clippings, articles, and other promotional material.
The Connor and Neff Blues Collection consists of 96 interviews with various blues musicians and blues industry figures. These interviews were the basis for the 1975 book The Blues by Anthony Connor and Robert Neff.
The collection is comprised of recorded interviews with and/or about Benny Goodman, compiled by D. Russell Connor.
The collection contains musical scores, correspondence, photographs, musical instruments, jewelry and accessories, personal and professional papers, printed material, audiotapes, and other papers by or relating to African American jazz trombonist Vic Dickenson and his family.
The Duke Ellington Oral History is comprises ninety-two interviews with and about Ellington, one of America's greatest composers. Included among the interviewees are musicians, family members, friends, and colleagues.
A collection of personal papers, most dating from the end of Klingsor's life, including: letters from Maurice Carême, George-Day, André Ruyters, and Charles Vildrac, among others; a notebook containing lecture notes on Marie Nodier and copied poems; a leaf of a manuscript titled "Isolés at Oubliés", three photographs, and four folders of assorted financial papers.
The Angus MacLise Sound Recordings document selected musical work of Angus MacLise. The sound recordings are 5 and 7.5 inch reel-to-reel audio tapes that consist of experimental music composed and performed by MacLise in solo performances and in collaboration with other musicians and artists. The recordings span the years 1965 to 1978.
A collection of video interviews with leaders of music in the Black church, including pastors, music ministers, gospel artists, and choir directors. These interviews were conducted by students in the Yale University class The Gospel Imagination, taught by Prof. Braxton Shelley.
The papers contain correspondence with family, friends, and acquaintances, plus a variety of personal papers, including obituaries, letters of sympathy, diaries, and scrapbooks documenting the lives of Richard E. and Alice Lee Myers and their children. Prominent correspondents include Stephen Vincent Benét, Nadia Boulanger, Grace Flandrau, John Gielgud, Charlotte Kett, Archibald MacLeish, and Gerald Murphy.