Cyrus Trobbe Music Collection
Includes: published music scores (1920-1980) collected by Cy Trobbe, scrapbooks documenting his music career (1919-1980), programs from musical presentations in San Francisco (1913-1980), disc recordings of Trobbe's radio broadcasts on KFRC in 1938; and a card catalog assembled by Trobbe of his collection, arranged by type of music.
Musical Instrument Recording Session Photoprint
Collection is a photoprint of an early recording session taken about 1900.
This accession consists of sound recordings created by, acquired by, or about the Smithsonian Institution and its staff. Highlights of the collection include recordings of Native American languages being spoken or sung and radio programs, including much of "The World is Yours" program. These records were transferred to the National …
Oral history interview with David Hare
Seckler, Dorothy Gees, 1910-1994
83 Pages (Transcript)
An interview of David Hare conducted 1968 Jan. 17, by Dorothy Seckler, for the Archives of American Art.
Recollections of John Singer Sargent
1 Sound cassette (Sound recording: 1 sound cassette (45 min.))
A typescript, "John Singer Sargent as I Remember Him," 1973 Feb. 23; and an interview of Kamp conducted by Barbara Buff, 1983 Mar. 11. Kamp recalls modelling for Sargent.
Don Brown Collection of Duke Ellington Recordings
Brown, Don, 1923-1985
An extensive collection of commercial recordings by Duke Ellington and his orchestra.
Oral history interview with Joseph Bensman
Interview of Joseph Bensman conducted by Laurin Raikin for the Archives of American Art "Art World in Turmoil" oral history project.
Oral history interview with Arnold Belkin
Interview of Arnold Belkin conducted 1972 November 15, by Allen Schwartz, for the Archives of American Art.
Television interview with Samuel Adler
A transcript of an interview with Samuel Adler conducted 1964 March 12 by Ralph Rosen, for "Explorations" on television station WILL, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois.
Oral history interview with Allen Bassing
Schwartz, Barry N.
Interview of Allen Bassing conducted by Barry Schwartz for the Archives of American Art.