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Music

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope 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 163 Collections and/or Records:

Ballad of Baby Doe Cast, 1956

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0069.0001.00003
Overview Martha Lipton, Walter cassel, and Dolores Wilson (from right to left) make up the cast of the 1956 production of 'The Ballad of Baby Doe', looking over score with musical director Emerson Buckley (left)
Dates: 1956

Ballad of Baby Doe Cast and Crew Take a Bow, between 1956-1959

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0069.0001.00006
Overview ''The Ballad of Baby Doe'' cast, dramatists, musicians, and directors take a bow after a performance at the Central City Opera House in Central City, Colorado. Front row, left to right: Douglas Moore (composer), Emerson Buckley (music director), Walter Cassel (baritone, portrayed Horace Tabor), Martha Lipton (mezzo-soprano, portrayed Augusta Tabor), Dolores Wilson (soprano, portrayed Elizabeth ''Baby Doe'' Tabor), John Latouche (librettist), Hanya Holm (co-director and choreographer),...
Dates: between 1956-1959

Ballad of Baby Doe Dramatists and Directors, between 1956-1959

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0069.0001.00001
Overview ''The Ballad of Baby Doe'' dramatists and directors (left to right) Edward Levy (co-director), Hanya Holm (co-director and choreographer), Douglas Moore (composer), and John Latouche (librettist) pose for a publicity photograph at the Central City Opera House in Central City, Colorado. The Central City Opera House was the site of the 1956 world premiere of the opera ''The Ballad of Baby Doe.''
Dates: between 1956-1959

''Barber of Seville'', between 1941-1965

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0069.0002.00001
Overview Portrait of the cast; (clockwise) Nino Ruisi (with umbrella) as Ambrogio, Louis D'Angelo as Doctor Bartolo, Stella Andreva as Rosina, John Carter as Coun Almarvia, Paul Kwartin as Fiorello,Edwina Eustis as Bertha and John Brownlee as Figaro, for the Central City Opera production of ''The Barber of Seville.''
Dates: between 1941-1965

''Barber of Seville'', between 1941-1965

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0069.0002.00002
Overview Portrait of (from left to right) Edwina Eustis as Bertha, Louis D'Angelo as Doctor Bartolo, Nino Ruisi as Ambrogio, and Jon Brownlee as Figaro for the Central City Opera production of ''The Barber of Seville.''
Dates: between 1941-1965

''Barber of Seville'', between 1941-1965

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0069.0002.00013
Overview Unidentified performers appear in the 1965 Central City Opera production of ''The Barber of Seville.''
Dates: between 1941-1965

''Barber of Seville'', between 1941-1965

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0069.0002.00018
Overview Unidentified performers appear in the 1965 Central City Opera production of ''The Barber of Seville.''
Dates: between 1941-1965

'Bill' from Show Boat, 1927

 Item
Identifier: M123.05.0169.0004.00002
Overview Vocal and piano score for the piece 'Bill' from the musical Show Boat, music written by Jerome Kern, Book and Lyrics by Oscan Hammerstein II and P.G. Wodehouse. Printed on from of score ' Bill - Florenz Ziegfeld presents Show Boat, adapted from Edna Ferber's novel of the same name, book & lyrics by Oscar Hammerstain 2nd, music by Jerome Kern, ensembels & dances by Sammy Lee, settings by Joseph Urban.'
Dates: 1927

Blanche DaCosta Whitney Collection

 Collection
Identifier: M247
Overview Blanche Da Costa Whitney was born September 24, 1882 in Chicago. She studied with Rudolph Ganz at Chicago Musical College before joining Mme Schumann-Heink, a noted opera signer, to Europe. Da Costa sang leading opera roles in Germany. She was forced to leave Germany by World War I and returned to America. She had a son, Frederick Berman, by her first husband. Her son died in 1945. She married Warren C. Whitney, vice president of A. B. Chase Piano Company in 1918. They moved to Denver...
Dates: 1882-1957

Box 1

 File — Box D085.0001: Series D085.01 [U186023274296]
Identifier: D085.01.0001
Overview This box contains (25) 78 LPs and (1) index. Records present in this box are listed in the first half of the index. Records are labelled according to number associated on index.
Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined