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- Arrangements (music) 9
- Photographs 1
- photographs 1
- Handy, George 2
- Raeburn, Boyd, 1913-1966 2
- Byas, Don 1
- Byers, Billy, 1927-1996 1
- Coleman, Cy 1
- Davison, Wild Bill, 1906-1989 1
- Ellington, Duke, 1899-1974 1
- Evans, Gil, 1912-1988 1
- Herron, Joel 1
- Israels, Chuck 1
- Jackson, Quentin, 1909-1976 1
- Lasher, Len 1
- Levy, Hank 1
- Mandel, Johnny 1
- Merrill, Helen 1
- Moncur, Grachan, III, 1937- 1
- Monk, Thelonious 1
- National Jazz Ensemble 1
- Nelson, Oliver, 1932-1975 1
- Parenti, Tony, 1900-1972 1
- Richards, Johnny 1
- Robison, Willard, 1894-1968 1
- Roland, Gene 1
- Syms, Sylvia 1
- Tamburello, Tony 1
- Wenzel, Scott 1
- Williams, Joe, 1918-1999 1 ∧ less
This collection contains manuscript scores and arrangements for Thelonious Monk's compositions Blue Monk, Brilliant Corners, Let's Cool One, Monk's Point, Reflections, Rootie Tootie and Trinkle Tinkle.
This collection contains seventy-four lead sheets and music manuscripts.
This collection contains personal memorabilia and Parenti's collection of vintage stock music arrangements. The stock arrangements range from 1899 to 1927. The personal memorabilia includes music catalogs, jazz publications, discographies, festival programs, and press excerpts. Also included are music manuscripts and sketches.
This collection contains 770 scores including holograph arrangements by Neil Hefti, Ralph Sharon, Spud Murphy, Robert Farnon, and Al Cohn. The music includes both handwritten and professionally copied scores along with commercial sheet music. Many songs with lyrics are stamped with the name "Tony Bennett."
Also included in this collection are a few personal photographs, business papers, and a Tony Bennett show rundown.
This collection consists of handwritten manuscript scores, lead sheets, and sketches. Also included is Robison's published sheet music, royalty statements, handwritten lyrics, and correspondence.
This collection contains personal letters, articles, reviews, and ephemera related to Davison's life and career. There are also photographs, memorabilia, and an original metal case containing books of orchestral band parts. The oversized box houses newspapers and photocopies of newspaper articles. The are photographs of jazz bands and a trip to Japan, as well as, images of Davison and his wife Anne.