Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 58 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Ignacy Jan Paderewski (11-6-1860 to 6-29-1941) Polish pianist and composer, politician and spokesman for Polish independence; prime minister representing Poland at Paris Peace conference 1919.
Overview Still image from the Warner Brothers short ''Jerry Livingston and His Talk of the Town Music'' depicting a scene from a night club. Couples sit at tables in the foreground, the band plays in the background, Jerry Livingston stands composing in the middle of the dance floor as a singer stands to the left and a young couple dances to the right.
Overview Josef Hoffman (1-20-1876 to 2-16-1957) Polish-born American pianist, composer, teacher, and inventor.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1924-1950
Overview Lanny Ross (1-19-1906 to 4-25-1988) American singer, pianist and songwriter; successful in vaudeville, night clubs and films.
Overview Leonard de Paur (11-1/-1914 to 11-7-1998) Composer, choral director and arts administrator; also entertained troops during WW2 and associate director of the Lincoln Center Intl Choral Festival.
Dates: 1951 January 22
Overview 3 black and white prints of Normand Lockwood, composer-in-residence and then professor emeritus at the University of Denver, and 2 sets of black and white negatives with contact sheets with images of Lockwood.
Overview Mana-Zucca, born Gussie Zuckerman, (12-25-1885 to 3-8-1981) Performed at age 8 with New York Symphony Orchestra; composed over 1000 works; best known for her popular songs.