Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: See also: subdivision -- Music under ethnic groups for music of the group; and subdivision -- Songs and music under names of persons, corporate bodies, places, classes of persons, ethnic groups, wars, and topical headings for collections or single works of vocal or instrumental music about the topic or entity.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Score for Act One (133 pages) of the opera 'The hanging Judge' with music composed by Normand Lockwood and libretto by Russell Porter. Synopsis of act one typed on first page of score in black ink ' It is about noon on a Saturday morning in May 1861. A 'sociable' is about to begin out under the trees now in near leaf. There are trestle tables with food. The women scurry about, putting the final items on the tables and wory ing about those things woman worry about at such times. The men are...
Abstract Score for Act three (131 pages) of the opera 'The Hanging Judge' with music composed by Normand Lockwood and libretto by Russell Porter. Synopsis of act one typed on first page of score in black ink ' It is an evening in late fall. A square dance is in progress in one of the barn like store buildings that squat and there on the village streets. The dance lively, gay, but not rowdy. Among the dancers may be seen the blue coats of two army officers. No proviate soldiers are in the crowd. On the...
Abstract Score for Act two (112 pages) of the opera 'The Hanging Judge' with music composed by Normand Lockwood and libretto by Russell Porter. Synopsis of act one typed on first page of score in black ink ' It is a rough frontier courtroom. A table will serve as the bar of justice. Behind it, a chiar. Before the table two other chairs, in one of which sits the prisoner, handcuffed and beside him, his lawyer. A burly cheriff stands just behind the prisoner. The few other chairs in the room are filed...
Abstract Vocal part (10 pages of music) to the composition 'Acclamations of the Mass - for unaccompanied choir' by Normand Lockwood scored for soprano, alto, tenor and bass voice. Handwritten on top of the copied park in black ink, 'To my esteemed friend, Austin C. Lovelace.' Austin was a church musician in the Denver area and Lockwood was an american composer who was a professor at the University of Denver from 1961-1974.