Finding Aids to Official Records of the Smithsonian Institution Archives
Record Unit 485
National Museum of American History. Division of Musical History
Records, circa 1954-1994
|General Information About This Collection|
|Repository:||Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at email@example.com.|
|Creator:||National Museum of American History. Division of Musical History|
|Quantity:||64.08 cu. ft. (49 record storage boxes) (26 tall document boxes)|
|Collection:||Record Unit 485|
|Language of Materials:||English|
This record unit consists of correspondence and memoranda pertaining to the Tower Concert series, exhibitions at the Hall of Musical Instruments, staff research and publications, organ building, acquisition of musical instruments, and funding for seminars and musical performance recordings. Also included are inquiries from private collectors, musicians, universities, and instrument manufacturers; minutes of meetings; floor plans for the Hall of Musical Instruments; recital announcements; audiotapes of Fesperman's organ performances; contracts with publishing companies; Fesperman's research material for the publications Flentrop in America and Organs in Mexico; exhibition proposals, scripts, loan agreements, and brochures from Contemporary Musical Instrument Makers; funding information, progress reports, photographs, and program booklets from Music at the Smithsonian, as well as the Tower Concert series; audiotapes and cassette recordings of concert performances, interviews with musicians, and music used for exhibitions; administrative records; photographs and slides of American and European chamber organs; correspondence between Fesperman and organ builder F. A. Flentrop; and staff research notes.
This record unit consists of curatorial and staff correspondence and memoranda pertaining to the Tower Concert series, exhibitions at the Hall of Musical Instruments, staff research and publications, organ building, acquisition of musical instruments, and funding for seminars and musical performance recordings. Also included are inquiries from private collectors, musicians, universities, and instrument manufacturers; minutes of meetings; floor plans for the Hall of Musical Instruments; recital announcements; audiotapes of Fesperman's organ performances; contracts with publishing companies; Fesperman's research material for the publications Flentrop in America and Organs in Mexico; exhibition proposals, scripts, loan agreements, and brochures from Contemporary Musical Instrument Makers; funding information, progress reports, photographs, and program booklets from Music at the Smithsonian, as well as the Tower Concert series; audiotapes and cassette recordings of concert performances, interviews with musicians, and music used for exhibitions; administrative records; photographs and slides of American and European chamber organs; correspondence between Fesperman and organ builder F. A. Flentrop; and staff research notes.
This collection is indexed under the following access terms. These are links to collections with related topics, persons or places.
- Fesperman, John T.
- Flentrop, D. A. (Dirk Andries), 1910-2003
- Foote, J. Howard
- Hawley, Edwin H.
- Goode, G. Brown (George Brown), 1851-1896
- Worch, Hugo, 1855-
- McCoy, George D.
- Hough, Walter, 1859-1935
- Krieger, Herbert W.
- Shortridge, John D.
- Hoover, Cynthia A. (Cynthia Adams)
- Weaver, James Merle
- Germann, Sheridan
- Hollis, Helen R.
- Sheldon, Robert E.
- Odell, Scott, 1935-
- McCullough, Elizabeth
- Sturm, Gary
- National Museum of American History (U.S.). Hall of Musical Instruments
- Music at the Smithsonian
- United States National Museum. Section of Musical Instruments
- United States National Museum. Department of Arts and Industries
- United States National Museum. Department of Anthropology
- United States National Museum. Division of Ethnology
- National Museum of History and Technology (U.S.). Division of Musical Instruments
- National Museum of History and Technology (U.S.). Department of Civil History
- National Museum of History and Technology (U.S.). Division of Cultural History
- National Museum of American History (U.S.). Department of Social and Cultural History
- Contemporary Musical Instrument Makers (Exhibition)
- United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842)
- Centennial Exhibition (1876 : Philadelphia, Pa.)
- Tower Concert (Concert series)
- Flentrop in America
- Organs in Mexico
Physical Characteristics of Materials in the Collection
- Floor plans
- Black-and-white negatives
- Black-and-white photographs
- Black-and-white transparencies
- Floor plans
Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 485, National Museum of American History. Division of Musical History, Records
Outgoing Correspondence, 1963-1975
A - E (5 folders)
F - K (6 folders)
Noel P. Lander
Robert P. Multhauf
M - S (8 folders)
Frank A. Taylor
T - U (2 folders)
Thomas Vennum, Jr.
Victoria and Albert Museum
V - Z (4 folders)
Chronological Files, February 1972-December 1974
Public Inquiries/Outgoing Correspondence, 1974-1979, A-Z (25 folders)
Public Inquiries/Outgoing Correspondence and 8x10 Photographs of Musical Instruments, 1952, 1962-1975 (11 folders)
Photos - Requests, Permission to Publish
History of Entertainment
Hall of Musical Instruments
Exhibit - Renwick - American Makers of Instruments
Fellowships (2 folders)
Library of Congress
Library - Miscellaneous
"There's A Good Time Coming" (film)
Annual Reports, 1975-1978
Office of Fellowships & Grants and Academic Programs (9 folders)
Public Inquiries, 1979-1981 (5 folders)
General Correspondence, A-W, 1976-1980 (23 folders)
Haydn Conference, 1975
Performance/US in the World Conference
Performance/SI Chamber Players Touring 1977
SI Chamber Players
Women's Committee - SI
Foundations: Guinness (Watson)
Fund-Raising: Tax Deductions
Publications - Director's Conference Room
Publications - Procedures
Publications: MI Brochure
Publicity - Stamps, 1976
Bicentennial (re: Landowska)
Steinway (NMHT), 1892 Piano
Smithsonian: Curators Association
Hall of Musical Instruments: Renovation
Division of Music Concerts, 1966-1967
Division of Music Concerts, 1967-1968
Concert Announcements, 1966-1968
Concerts Pending, 1970-1971
March 28, 1977, Sonya Monosoff
March 13-14, 1975, Ricercare/Piguet
March 18, 1977, Tommy Jarrell
February 28, 1977, Oberlin Baroque Ens.
February 21, 1977, Kuijken/Kohner
January 24, 1977, Louis Bagger
January 21, 1977, Carter Event
January 17, 1977, Ars Musica
December 13, 1976, David Bean
November 22, 1976, Wenzinger/Muellis/Conant
October 11, 1976, Van der Mear
Musical Weekend, 1973
Friends of Music Tour, 1972
John Gibbons, Harpsichord
Malcolm Bilson, SI Chamber Players
Parlor Songs, April 2, 1978
James Tyler, March 27, 1978
Quado Hotteterre, March 20, 1978
February 17, 1978 Swing Band
Michael Piguet/J. Weaver, February 13, 1978
Lionel Party--Harpsichord, January 30, 1978
SI Chamber Players, Jaap Schroeder, J. Weaver, January 22, 1978
Catharina Mejuts, Doris Ornstein, December 12, 1977
"The Singing Master's Assistant," November 28, 1977
Plank Roads, String Band, November 18, 1977
Bradford Tracey, Rolf Junghanns, October 17, 1977
Popular American Entertainment, November 17-20, 1977
Aston Magna, November 14, 1977
7th Army Symphony Chamber Concert, Renwick Gallery, October 1, 1977
Jan De Gaetani, Leslie Quinn, Gilbert Kadish, Renwick,. October 1, 1977
Howard Bass, James Bowman, August 14, 1977
"Religious Committees for the Arts," June 30, 1977
Musical Weekend, May 13-15, 1977
SI Ensemble, May 16, 1977
Stanley Ritchie & Elizabeth Wright, May 2, 1977
Evelyn Garvey, April 25, 1977
Solum/Arico/Fuller, April 4, 1972
Concert Program, 1978-1979
Concert Programs, 1964-1968
Concert Programs, 1969-1975
Concert Programs, 1976-1979
Plan of Operation/Budget FY 1977
Personnel: Directives, Memos
Exhibit Hall Maintenance
Seminars - Miscellaneous
Music at the Smithsonian, Smithsonian Council Meeting, Belmont, April 1973
Museum Steinway Piano
Recordings, Tapes for Exhibits
Recordings, SI Series
Research Notice of Research Projects
Research Collaborator Sheridan Germann
Publications (2 folders)
Recordings Requests from outside SI
Publications: Sale of (McGraw-Hill)
Publications: Waiting for Plucked String Checklist
Publications: Waiting list for Wind Checklist
Performing Arts: Folklife Institute
Postcards of Division's Collections
Projected Lectures American Music
Library - Miscellaneous
Mailing List - SI Musical Instruments
Library: Folger Shakespeare (Fesperman)
Music at the Smithsonian: Music Program Study (1967)
Music at the Smithsonian: Memos, etc.
Music at the Smithsonian: Fantasy and Reality
Carolyn Bryant Application
Performing Arts: Events (Marlboro, Folk Festival, Jazz, Puppet Theater, etc.)
Acoustical and Lighting Improvements, MET Auditorium, HMI
Menestriers, October 1972
S. Monosoff, 1972
Concerts - Monosoff, Weaver, March 11, 1969
G. Kent, E. Tarr
New York Pro Musica Consort of Viols
Wend - Cuenod - Fuller
Concerts - Stoddard Lincoln, Jean Hakes, January 13-14, 1969
Leonhardt, October 28, 1968
Hakes - Roger, 1973
Danzi Quintet, March 3, 1969
Danzi Quintet, March 1972
The Cambridge Consort
Lisa Goode Crawford
Boston Baroque Ensemble
Jantina Barker (Norman)
Musicians of Swanne Alley
Jan Van Dyke, 1974
Evett - Shafer, November 1972
Schola Cantorium Basiliensis, Nov. 13-15, 1968
Von Huene - Recordings Request
General Piano Inquiries
Music at the Smithsonian
Fund Raising - Tax Deductions
Exhibits - Policy Schedules
Exhibits - Humidity
Exhibits - Fire Security
Exhibits - 3rd Floor, Texts, Scripts & Labels
Travel (James Weaver)
Exhibits - Guidelines
Concerts, demonstrations, etc.
Travel (Thomas Wolf)
Travel (Robert Sheldon)
BAR: "American Bands and Bandsmen: 1770-1840"
Inquiries for Apprenticeships
Conservation Analytical Laboratory (Drawings, Memo)
Annual Reports, 1968-
"There's a Good Time Coming" Film
"There is a Good Time Coming" Maintenance Problems
BAR - Guidelines and pre-1970 Memorabilia
Academic Studies (2 folders)
Musical Weekend '76
Slide Tape Material
Theater Chamber Players
MHT - Intro. Film
SI - Audio
Seminars Performances, Practices
Scheduling Hall Renovations
Scheduling: Other Events, Possible Conflicts
Arrangements for Concerts
Local 161, A.F.M.
Special Performance (Possible) Requests
Seminar, Summer 1967
Reviews of Nonesuch Band Record
1840-1860 Record Notices
Haydn Festival, September 1975
Lectures - Smithsonian Associates
Travel - Helen Hollis
Travel - Fesperman
Travel - Hoover
Gary Sturm - Travel
Travel - Bob Sheldon
Travel - Odell
Academic Studies Interns
Academic Studies - Eugene Enrico
Research Applications and Correspondence re: Grants
Academic Programs - Sonya Monosoff
Academic Studies - Anne Dhu Shapiro
Academic Studies - William Conner
Personnel - Recruiting for Curator
Personnel - Wolf, Thomas
Personnel - Pessl, Yella
Personnel - Brock Holmer
Personnel - Helm, Eugene
Personnel - Hambly, Scott
Personnel - Griffiths, Susan
Personnel - Baum, Caroline
Personnel - Coulter, Frances T.
Personnel - Gehring, Kristin
Personnel - Fanger, Rose Rita
Personnel - Ron Barnett
Personnel - Borroff, Edith
Personnel - Brown, Howard
Personnel - Center, Durward R.
Musical Instruments Technology Lab Correspondence (3 folders)
Fiscal Year 1964-1967
Fiscal Year 1968
Fiscal Year 1969
Fiscal Year 1970
Fiscal Year 1971
Budget: Plan of Operation, FY 1971
Fiscal Year 1972
Fiscal Year 1973
Budget 1975 Plan of Operation
Campbell, Edward C.
Chapman, Emmett (includes audio reel)
Crowder, N. D.
La Verdiere, Bruno
Loyd, Jan Brooks
Rochester Folk Art Guild
Ross, William Post
Smith, Arthur E. - Banjo Co.
Performances - "Makers"
Harmonious Craft: Traveling Exhibit Conditions, 1978-1979
Harmonious Craft: A-V Spinoffs, 1978
Harmonious Craft: Production - Installation, 1977-1978
Harmonious Craft: Catalogue/Checklist/Script
Musical Instrument Makers, 1976-1977
Renwick: re: letters of acceptance, loan forms, 1977-1978
Musical Instruments, 1974-1977
Brush, Bart, 1979
Bosworth, Jonahtan, 1977-1978
Brombaugh, John, 1977
Brune, R. E., 1977
Chamberlain, Peter, 1977
Deihl, Douglas 1977
Doyle, Katherine, 1977
Evans, Dennis, 1977
Fudge, Carl, 1977
Ingalls, John, 1980
Krimmel, Max, 1977-1979
Labino, Dominick, 1969, 1977
La Plante, Skip, 1975-1978
Lundberg, Robert, 1977
Mannette, Ellie, 1978
Muller, Albert C., 1978
Mumford, Bryan, 1977
Natalini, Bob, 1978
Newman, Richard, 1978
Opacich, Milan, 1977
Prescott, Thomas, 1977-1978
Rawcliffe, Susan, 1978
Riportella, Ken, 1978
Rojas, Remberto, 1977
Rutman, Robert, 1977-1978
Seyfrit, Michael, 1977
Tornheim, Martin, 1978
Turner, Jim, 1978
Holmes, David, 1978
Turner, Jim, 1977
Vas Dias, Harry A., 1977
Waugh, Ubu/Evans, Dennis, 1977
Vennum, Tom, 1977
Weisshaar, Rena, 1977
Wells, Jess, 1977
Wimberly, David, 1977
Wolf, Thomas & Barbara, 1978
Wood, Bob, 1977
Makers Exhibit: Makers to be Considered, 1977
Musical Instrument Makers/Craftsmen - Lists, 1974-1978
Brown, Robert, 1978
Brush, Bart, 1978
Chamberlain, Peter, 1978
Clift, Joseph, 1977
Craddock, Keith, 1977
David, Herb, 1978
Ewart, Douglas, 1978
Gootnick, David, 1978
Fisk, C. B., 1977
Gootnick, David, 1978
Gilmore, G., 1977
Gough, Hugh, 1977
Hess, Stanley, 1978
Magyar, Kalman, 1978
Mitchell, William, 1977
Noack, Fritz, 1977
Schenk, Otto, 1977
Smith, George, 1978
Smith, George, 1977-1978
Wons, John, 1978
Young, Keith, 1978
Musical Instrument Makers Exhibition, 1977-1979 (includes cassette)
Musical Instrument Makers Exhibition - Correspondence, 1977-1980
Makers Exhibit, Rejected Entries (3 folders), 1977-1978
M.I.M.E. - Tentative & Rejected, 1977
M.I.M.E. - General Correspondence, 1977 (2 folders)
BAR - Proposals for NMHT (DMD) participation, 1975
Eye of Jefferson, 1975
Exhibits: A Nation of Nations, 1975
MacLaren - For Staff Only, 1975
BAR: AMS Committee (Cynthia), 1975
Firestone Proposal & Progress
Concert Funds Progress Reports
Mme Leon Barzum
Concert Funds - General Donor Ideas
Request for Benefit Trust
Concerts - Budget, Others in Washington
Concert & Acquisition Request, 1961-1964
Private Funds Budget, FY 1965
MHT Opening & Yale Reception, May 7, 1964
Dinner, June 8, 1964
Political History Opening, June 29, 1964
OHS National Convention, July 1, 1964
Organ Historical Society
August 19 Band Concert, 1964
November Concert Arrangements, General Correspondence
Leonhardt Bruggen, November 11, 1964
Smithsonian Dinner, December 14, 1964
Programs, Tickets, December 28, 1964
Concert - February 1963
July Concert, 1963
Concert - Late Baroque, Spring 1962
JDS Concert, January 18, 1960
JDS Concert, March 1, 1960
Television, March 31, 1961
Voice of America, November 1961
Christmas Party, December 1958
JDS Concert, June 30, 1959
JDS Concert, November 29, 1960
Concerts - History, Program Ideas, Miscellaneous
History of Smithsonian Concerts
Concert - Miscellaneous, May de Forest McAll
Correspondence: Camerata Chorus (Toby Tate)
Concerts: Amsterdam Baroque Trio
Concerts: Joan Benson
Concerts: Thomas Binkley
Concerts: 1st Maryland Regiment
Concerts: Albert Fuller
Concerts: Leonhardt & Brueggen
Concerts: Music in America Before 1800
Concerts: New Lost City Ramblers
Concerts: Olympia Band (Dixieland)
Concerts: Princeton Pro Musica
Concerts: S. I. Collegium
Tower Music, 1967-1968
Concerts: Tower Music, 1966
Concerts: Tower Music, 1965
IF WE HAD MONEY: Brass, Keyboard (Harpsichord), Keyboard (Organ), Keyboard (Piano), Miscellaneous, Mechanical, Folk, Percussion, Strings (plucked), Strings (bowed), Winds
Concerts: Reviews, Schedules, Press Releases
Concerts: Reviews, Press Releases, Schedules
Publicity: Ticket Information
Publicity: Concert Reviews
Opera Theatre - Washington Cantata Group
Concerts: Requests for Performances at S. I.
Concerts: Pro Musica Miscellaneous
Concerts: Other than Division of Musical Instruments
Concerts: Miscellaneous Performances
Concerts: Miscellaneous Memos & Letters
Concerts: Letters of Appreciation, Degradation
Concerts: UNESCO - International Association of Music Libraries, September 12, 1968
Concerts: Schedule, 1968-1969
Jazz at Anacostia
Wendy Hilton (2 folders)
Music Hall Tape
American Organ Making, January 17-18, 1968
Performing Art - AAM
Informal Performances, 1972-1973
CAH - Macmillan
"English" Program Notes
Special Tours, Performances
Music on the Mall
Programs, August 3, 1966
Concerts - General
Compensatory Leave - Overtime Pay
Concerts - White House
Concerts - Fan Mail
Critics: Letters to
General Memos About Mall Arrangements Before Shell, November 1964
Bicentennial (2 folders)
Posters - Programs, Summer 1965
Concerts on the Mall - General Ideas About
Other Summer Programs, Watergate
Tower Music Programs
Tower Musicians General
Tower Music - Service Bands
Concerts, 1965 - Past
May 5 - Ripley Dinner
Spring Concerts & Lectures, 1965
March 4 Concert
Lady Bird Visits SI to See Plans for the Mall, March 1965
National Symphony May 30, 1965
June 4 - Acoustical Society
American Symphony Orchestra League, June 18, 1965
Civil War, June 24-July 4, 1965
July 22 - Music for Brass & Chorus
CIM CIM Reception, September 1965
Henry Hood & English Consort
22.214.171.124 Mark Kroll (2 copies)
126.96.36.199 Clementi, Cramer, Beethoven/Virginia Pleasants/1794 Broadwood piano
188.8.131.52 Beethoven, Mozart, Haydn/Virginia Pleasants/1794 Broadwood piano
184.108.40.206 Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Mozart/Joan Benson/1794 Broadwood piano
220.127.116.11 Haydn, W.F. Bach, C.P.E. Bach/Joan Benson/1794 Broadwood piano
75.9.28 New Hungarian Quartet
18.104.22.168 New Hungarian Quartet
22.214.171.124 Amade Trio
126.96.36.199 Amade Trio
188.8.131.52 Haydn/Melkus Trio/1795 Dulcken Forte-piano
184.108.40.206 Haydn/Melkus Trio/1743 Shodi Harpsichord
1965 Summer News Releases
Singing Masters Assistant
220.127.116.11 Haydn/Lili Kraus/1795 Dulcken Forte-piano
18.104.22.168 Haydn/Lili Kraus/1795 Dulcken Forte-piano
22.214.171.124 Beethoven/Michael Rogers/1794 Broadwood piano-forte
126.96.36.199 Haydn/Michael Rogers/1794 Broadwood piano-forte
188.8.131.52 Davies, Weber, Scholbert/Alan Hacker and Richard Burnett
184.108.40.206 Telemann, Mozart, Vanhol/Alan Hacker and Richard Burnett
220.127.116.11 James Weaver, Malcolm Bilson
18.104.22.168 James Weaver, Malcolm Bilson
22.214.171.124 Telemann, Handel, Vivaldi/Stanesby Ensemble/1745 Dulcken Harpsichord
126.96.36.199 Telemann, Vinant, Sweelinck, Coupenn/Stanesby Ensemble/1745 Dulcken Harpsichord
76.4.19 Early Music Consort (2 copies)
188.8.131.52 Schumann/Alan Mendel/1876 Steinway Centennial Piano
184.108.40.206 Reinagle, Corn, Paine, Gottschalk/Alan Mendel/1876 Steinway Centennial Piano
76.7.24 Australian Tape
76.10.15 Porter, Guillette, Clark
220.127.116.11 Leclair, Ste. Colombe, Marais/Viola da Gamba Trio of Basel/1745 Dulcken Harpsichord
18.104.22.168 Jenkins, Byrd, Sweelinck, Abel/Viola da Gamba Trio of Basel/1745 Dulcken Harpsichord
22.214.171.124 Chopin, Schubert, Wagner/David Bean/1892 Steinway piano
126.96.36.199 Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven/David Bean/1892 Steinway piano
188.8.131.52 Mozart, Telemann, Schubert, Handel/Smithsonian Chamber Players
184.108.40.206 Bach/Smithsonian Chamber Players
220.127.116.11 Haydn, Bach/Smithsonian Chamber Players
18.104.22.168 Buxtehude, Purcell, Marais/Ars Musica/1694 Quoco Harpsichords
22.214.171.124 Fux, d'India, Caccini, Peri, Bach/Ars Musica/1718 Norman viola dagamba
126.96.36.199 Telemann, Muthel, Bach/Kuyken Quartet
188.8.131.52 Couperin, Buxtehude, Bach/Kuyken Quartet
184.108.40.206 Bach, Couperin/Oberlin Baroque Ensemble/1760 Stehlin Harpsichord
220.127.116.11 Couperin, Boismortier, Marais/Oberlin Baroque Ensemble/1760 Stehlin Harpsichord
18.104.22.168 Gabneli, dalla Casa, Bassano, Mairero/Ricercare
22.214.171.124 Orgoglio, Ruffo, Gabneli, Grillo, Gastoldi/Ricercare
126.96.36.199 Schein, Praelenus/Ricercare
188.8.131.52 Ribera, Ensina, Ortiz, Torre/Ricercare
184.108.40.206 Geminiani, Leclair, Bach/Monosoff, Davidoff, Weaver
220.127.116.11 Geminiani, Leclair, Walther/Monosoff, Davidoff, Weaver
18.104.22.168 Evelyn Garvey
Baroque Violin Sonatas (2 copies)
22.214.171.124 d'Anglebert, von Biber, Bach/Duo Gemani
126.96.36.199 Vivaldi, Bach/Smithsonian Chamber Players
188.8.131.52 Telemann, J.S. Bach/Smithsonian Chamber Players/18th c. Grenser transverse flute, 1680 Stainer Violin, 1759 Marshall Violin, 1740 Klotz Viola, 1760 Stehlin Harpsichord, 1790 Dulcken forte-piano
184.108.40.206 Handel, J.C.F. Bach, J.S. Bach/Smithsonian Chamber Players/18th c. Grenser transverse flute, 1680 Stainer Violin, 1759 Marshall Violin, 1740 Klotz Viola, 1760 Stehlin Harpsichord, 1790 Dulcken forte-piano
220.127.116.11 Mozart, Schumann/DeGaetani, Guinn, Kalish/1892 Steinway piano
18.104.22.168 Cornelios, Schubert, Brahms/DeGaetani, Guinn, Kalish/1892 Steinway piano
77.10.9 Paul Van Arsdale
22.214.171.124 Mozart, Handel/Aston Magna/1745 Dulcken Harpsichord
126.96.36.199 Duport, Veracini, Bach/Aston Magna/1745 Dulcken Harpsichord
188.8.131.52 Singing Master's Asst.
184.108.40.206 Singing Master's Asst.
220.127.116.11 J.S. Bach, C.P.E. Bach/Meints, Ornstein
18.104.22.168 J.S. Bach/Meints, Ornstein
22.214.171.124 Loelmann, Mozart/Schroeder, Slowik and Weaver/1694 Quoco Harpsichord, 1795 Dulcken forte-piano
126.96.36.199 Castello, Uccellini, von Biber, Veracini/Schroeder, Slowik and Weaver/1694 Quoco Harpsichord, 1795 Dulcken forte-piano
188.8.131.52 Handel, Bach/Smithsonian Chamber Players/1680 Stainer Violin, 1740 Klotz Viola, 1745 Daniel Harpsichord
184.108.40.206 Arne, Marais, Leclair/Smithsonian Chamber Players/1680 Stainer Violin, 1740 Klotz Viola, 1745 Daniel Harpsichord
220.127.116.11 Lionel Party
18.104.22.168 Lionel Party
22.214.171.124 Couperin, Forqueray, Vivaldi, Sammartini/Piguet, Weaver, Springfels
126.96.36.199 Selma, Gastoldi, Marais, Philidor/Piguet, Weaver, Springfels
78.2.17 McCutcheon and Smathers Swing Band
188.8.131.52 Marais, Hilton/Quadro Hotteterre/Stehlin Harpsichord
184.108.40.206 Purcell, Locke, Bull, Frescobaldi, Vivaldi/Quadro Hotteterre/Stehlin Harpsichord
220.127.116.11 Cobb, Chauvin, Joplin, Lodge, Hayden, Armstrong, Bauer Brahms/James Tyler/1889 Stewart Banjo, 1794 Broadwood piano-forte
18.104.22.168 Malcolm Bilson
22.214.171.124 Haydn, Partini
126.96.36.199 Haydn, Mozart/Smithsonian Chamber Players
188.8.131.52 Il Divertimento
184.108.40.206 Il Divertimento
220.127.116.11 Bach/Smithsonian Chamber Players/1783 Gragnani Violin, 1762 Gagliano Viola, 1740 Tononis Cello, 1718 Norman Viola da Gamba, 1780 Gagliano Violin, 1694 Quoco Harpsichord, 1815 Goodrich Chamber Organ
18.104.22.168 Bach/Smithsonian Chamber Players/1783 Gragnani Violin, 1762 Gagliano Viola, 1740 Tononis Cello, 1718 Norman Viola da Gamba, 1780 Gagliano Violin, 1694 Quoco Harpsichord, 1815 Goodrich Chamber Organ
22.214.171.124 Scarlatti, Vivaldi/Smithsonian Chamber Players/1705 Aman vida d'amore, 1783 Gragnani Violin, 1745 Daniel Harpsichord, 1762 Gagliano Viola, 1780 Gagliano Violin, 1740 Tononis Cello, 1694 Quoco Harpsichord, 1761 Snetzler Chamber Organ
126.96.36.199 Orpheus Chamber Ensemble
188.8.131.52 Mendelssohn, Copland, Beethoven/Orpheus Chamber Ensemble
184.108.40.206 Kuyken Quartet
220.127.116.11 Kuyken Quartet
79.3.6 Smithsonian Chamber Players
18.104.22.168 Haydn, Clerambault/Aston Magna/1760 Stehlin Harpsichord
22.214.171.124 Sammartini, Mozart, Telemann/Aston Magna/1760 Stehlin Harpsichord
126.96.36.199 Haydn/James Weaver/1743Shudi Harpsichord, Dulcken forte-piano, 1794 Broadwood piano
188.8.131.52 Haydn/James Weaver/1743Shudi Harpsichord, Dulcken forte-piano, 1794 Broadwood piano
184.108.40.206 Ignaz, Biber, Leclair, Handl, Rameau/Sonya Monosoff, Mark Kroll, Carol Liebermann/1780 Gagliano Violin, Shudi Harpsichord, 1760 Stehlin Harpsichord
220.127.116.11 Ignaz, Biber, Leclair, Handl, Rameau/Sonya Monosoff, Mark Kroll, Carol Liebermann/1780 Gagliano Violin, Shudi Harpsichord, 1760 Stehlin Harpsichord
79.5.7 Mozart/Smithsonian Chamber Players
79.10.28 Haydn, Mozart/Smithsonian Chamber Players/1783 Gragnani Violin, 1780 Gagliano Violin, 1762 J. Gagliano Viola, 1740 Tononis Cello
80.3.1 Burt Porter
81.11.30 H.C. Robbins Landon, lecturer/Smithsonian Chamber Players
82.2.8 David Fuller, lecturer/Smithsonian Chamber Players
82.4.26 William Brooks, lecturer/Smithsonian Chamber Players
82.10.27 Haydn/Smithson String Quartet/1670 Shop of Amati Violin, 1783 Gragnani Violin, 1762 Gagliano Viola, 1740 Tononis Cello, 1694 Quoco Harpsichord
83.3.6 Stradivari/Smithson String Quartet/3 Stradivari Instruments (original and 1 copy)
18.104.22.168 Mozart, Boccherini, Haydn/Smithson String Quartet/1670 Shop of Amati Violin, 1783 Gragnani Violin, 1762 Gagliano Viola, 1740 Baptista de Tononis Violoncello
22.214.171.124 Lecture/Demo-Comparison of Italian and Tyrolean Ideals/Smithson String Quartet/1670 Shop of Amati Violin, 1783 Gragnani Violin, 1762 Gagliano Viola, 1740 Baptista de Tononis Violoncello
126.96.36.199 Marais, Rameau, Couperin/Smithsonian Chamber Players
188.8.131.52 Couperin, Duphly, Forqueray, Royer/Smithsonian Chamber Players
83.4.11 Frescobaldi/Frederick Hammond/1617 Virginal, 1693 Italian Harpsichord, 1694 Dequoco harpsichord
184.108.40.206 Paderewski/Christine Niehaus/1892 Steinway piano
220.127.116.11 Paderewski/Christine Niehaus/1892 Steinway piano
Concert Publicity and Concert Announcements (including photos), 1962-1982
Ripley Dinner, 10/1/1969
Chamber Music, 2/7/1963
Chamber Music, 3/1/1962
Viola da Gamba and Harpsichord, 7/19/1963
Recorder and Harpsichord, 5/13/1964
Chamber Music, 7/1/1964
The English Consort of Viola, 11/4/1964
Breuggen and Leonhardt, 11/11/1964
American Musicological Society Convention, 12/26-29/1964
Chamber Music, 12/28/1964
May 5, 1965
National Symphony Orchestra Andre Watts-Pianist, 5/30/1965
Tower Music Programs, 6/8/1965-8/24/1965
Tower Music, 6/8/1965
Band Music, 6/24, 7/4/1965
Tower Music, 7/6/1965
Tower Music, 7/13/1965
Tower Music, 7/20/1965
Brass and Chorus, 7/22/1965
Tower Music, 7/27/1965
Field Music, 7/29/1965
Tower Music, 8/3/1965
Tower Music, 8/10/1965
Chamber Music, 8/12/1965
Tower Music, 8/17/1965
Tower Music, 8/31/1965
Field Music, 9/2/1965
F. Brueggen, Recorder, 10/25/1965
Joan Benson, 12/7/1965
Alan Curtis, Harpsichord, 1/30/1966
University of Illinois Collegium, 2/27/1966
Mall and Tower Music, 1966
Tower Music, 6/21/1966
Tower Music, 6/28/1966
Revolutionary War Music, 6/29/1966
Tower Music, 7/5/1966
Tower Music, 7/12/1966
Tower Music, 7/14/1966
18th Century, 7/20/1966
Tower Music, 7/26/1966
Band Music, 8/3/1966
New Lost City Ramblers, 8/10/1966
Tower Music, 8/17/1966
Tower Music, 8/23/1966
Band Music, 8/24/1966
Tower Music, 8/30/1966
Music in America Before 1800, 8/31/1966
Music at the Smithsonian, 1966-1967
Boston Baroque Ensemble, 11/11-12/1966
Renaissance and Early Baroque Christmas Music, 12/13-14/1966
Chamber Music, 1/18-19/1967
Ripley Dinner, 2/22/1967
Lisa G. Crawford, 3/17/1967
400th Anniversary of Monteverdi, 4/28/1967
National Symphony Orchestra, 5/28, 30/1967
Tower Music Photographs
Tower Music, 6/5/1967
Tower Music, 6/12/1967
Tower Music, 6/19/1967
Photographs and Announcement for Music on the Mall, 6/21-8/9/1967
Music on the Mall, 6/21/1967
Announcement for Traditional Barber Shop Singing, 6/24-8/25/1967
Tower Music, 6/26/1967
Music on the Mall, 6/28/1967
Music on the Mall, 7/5/1967
Tower Music, 7/10/1967
Music on the Mall, 7/12/1967
Amsterdam Baroque Trio, 7/14/1967
Tower Music, 7/17/1967
Music on the Mall, 7/19/1967
Tower Music, 7/24/1967
Tower Music, 7/31/1967
Music on the Mall, 8/2/1967
Tower Music, 8/7/1967
Music on the Mall, 8/9/1967
Tower Music, 8/14/1967
Tower Music, 8/21/1967
Erick Hawkins Dance Company, 8/26/1967
Tower Music, 8/28/1967
Brochure for 1967-1968 Concert Session
Gregg Smith Singers, 10/24/1967
Frans Brueggen, Recorder, 12/25/1967
Baroque Players of New York, 11/14/1967
Bach Family Music, 12/5/1967
Chamber Music, 1/18/1968
Chamber Music, 2/12/1968
Lute Music, 4/9/1968
A. Fuller, Harpsichord, 4/16/1968
Chamber Music, 5/1/1968
Flore Wend, Soprano, 5/14/1968
Tower Music, 6/3/1968
Tower Music, 6/10/1968
Tower Music, 6/17/1968
Tower Music Concerts, 7/1/1968
Tower Music, 7/18/1968
Tower Music, 7/22/1968
Tower Music, 7/29/1968
Tower Music, 8/5/1968
Tower Music, 8/12/1968
Baird Youth Chamber Players, 8/18/1968
Tower Music, 8/19/1968
Tower Music, 8/26/1968
Chamber Music, 9/12/1968
Baroque Ensemble, 11/13/1968
Baroque Ensemble, 11/15/1968
Concentus Musicus, 11/18/1968
Hakes and Lincoln, 1/14/1969
Cuenod and Lynch, 2/4/1969
Danzi Woodwind Quintet, 3/3/1969
Sonya Monosoff, 3/11/1969
Music from the Court of Louis XIV, 5/6/1969
Alarius Ensemble of Brussels, 4/22/1969
Chamber Music, 9/29/1969
Tarr and Kent, 10/1969
Chamber Music, 10/28/1969
Syntagma Musicum, 11/10/1969
Christmas Music, 1/5/1970
J. Weaver, Harpsichord, 2/23/1970
J. Weaver, Harpsichord, 3/9/1970
Chamber Music, 3/25/1970
Estro Armonico Amsterdam, 4/13/1970
Chamber Orchestra, 5/4/1970
Smithsonian Tower Band, 6/22-27/1970
The Alarius Ensemble, 11/11/1970
I. Kipnis, Harpsichord, 4/26/1971
Brueggen and Weaver, 5/15/1971
Chamber Music, 5/25/1971
Chamber Music, 6/22/1971
Chamber Music, 6/28/1971
Concentus Musicus, Vienna, 10/2-4/1971
Schutz - The Christmas Story, 12/20/1971
Malcolm Bilson, 1/24/1972
Eva Maria Zuk, Piano, 2/28/1972
Chamber Music, 4/29/1972
Chamber Music, 5/11/1972
S. Kelber, Recorder, 5/22/1972
Songs by Stephan Foster, 9/3/1972
Les Menestriers, 10/21/1972
Gustav Leonhardt, 10/25/1972
Rameau Opera, 11/18/1972
Music by Robert Evett, 11/20/1972
Christmas Concert - Early America, 12/11/1972
Sour Cream, 1/13/1973
Baroque Before Brunch, 1/21/1973
All the Things They Were, 2/16/1973
Chamber Music, 2/19/1973
Jean Hakes, Soprano; Michael Rogers, Piano, 3/19/1973
James Weaver, Harpsichord, 3/29/1973
The Sunday Consort, 4/26/1973
Jeunesses Musicales - Ramon Coll Piano, 4/30/1973
Musical Weekend, 5/5/1973
Smithsonian Concert Series for 1973-1974
Judith Norell-Bruce Brewer, 5/14/1973
Music at the Smithsonian, 5/22/1973
The American Music Group, 11/24/1973
The Oberlin Baroque Ensemble, 12/7/1973
Albert Fuller and Scott Odell
Jean Hakes and Stoddard Lincoln
Barbara Owen and John Fesperman
UNESCO - Music Library Association Concert
The Western Wind, 1/7/1974
America Singing V - Paul Hill Chorale, 1/22/1974
The Maryland Chamber Ensemble, 1/29/1974
Bach Family Recital, 2/10/1974
American Music and Ballroom Dance, 1840-1860, 3/10-11/1974
Bach-Clavierubung I-IV - James Weaver, Harpsichord and Organ, 2/22-25/1974
The Baroque Ensemble of the Juilliard School and the Baroque Dance Ensemble, 3/24/1974
Brueggen-Curtis Recorder-Harpsichord, 3/31/1974
Brueggen-Curtis Recorder-Harpsichord, 4/1/1974
Bach-Clavierubung Goldberg Variations Weaver-Harpsichordist, 4/22/1974
Mozart Festival Brochure, 5/1974
Mozart Concert, 5/13/1974
Musical Weekend Mozart Concert, 5/11/1974
The Washington Consort, 6/3/1974
Mozart Concert, 5/12/1974
Mozart Festival, 5/26/1974
Concentus Musicus, Vienna, 10/30/1974
Michael Piguet, James Weaver, 11/2/1974
Quartetto Esterhazy, 11/11/1974
Jan Degaetani, Gil Kalish, 11/25/1974
Mark Kroll, Harpsichordist, 3/17/1975
Henry Clay Work, Renwick Concert, 3/31/1975
Virginia Pleasants, 4/17/1975
Joan Benson, Broadwood Concert, 4/21/1975
The Philidor Trio, 4/26/1975
Musical Weekend in Washington, 5/2-4/1975
Music for a While, 5/12/1975
Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, 6/15/1975
Haydn Festival and Conference, 10/3-10/1975
Gustav Leonhard, 10/25/1975
Age of Jefferson, 11/1975
Valentine's Day Concert, 2/14/1976
George Etheridge - Marge Huffman, 3/7/1976
Stanesby Ensemble, 3/15/1976
Alan Curtis/Lucy van Dael, 3/19/1976
Early Music Consort, 4/14/1976
Musical Weekend, 5/14-15/1976
Alan Mandel, 5/24/1976
Kennedy Center - US in World, 9/27/1976
Menvhin Students Concert, 7/5/1976
Burt Porter Concert, 10/15/1976
Smithsonian Chamber Ensemble, 11/8/1976
Viola da Gamba Trio of Basel, 11/22/1976
Steinway Presentation, 12/7/1976
David Bean/Renwick Gallery, 12/13/1976
Peter Gott, 1/14/1977
Ars Musica, 1/17/1977
Carter Inaugural, 1/1977
Traditional Music and Dance, 1/14/1977
Burt Porter, 1/22/1977
Louis Bagger, 1/24/1977
Kuyken Quartet, 2/21/1977
Oberlin Baroque Ensemble, 2/28/1977
Tommy Jarrell, 3/18/1977
Sonya Monosoff, Judith Davidoff, James Weaver, 3/28/1977
Bagpipes - John MacFadyen, 4/1/1977
John Solum, Albert Fuller, Fortunato Arico, 4/4/1977
Evelyn Garvey, 4/25/1977
Duo Geminiani, 5/2/1977
Smithsonian Chamber Players - Musical Weekend, 5/14/1977
Smithsonian Chamber Players, 5/16/1977
Seventh Army Symphony Orchestra, 8/23/1977
Issues and Forces Colloquium, 6/30/1977
Concert Series Announcement, 1977
Vocal Duets, 10/1/1977
Aston Magna, 11/14/1977
Singing Masters Assistant, 11/28/1977
Bach Gamba Sonatas, 12/12/1977
Museum of History and Technology Christmas, 12/26/1977-1/1/1978
Jaap Shroeder, 1/22/1978
Smithsonian Chamber Ensemble with Jaap Shroeder, 1/23/1978
Lionel Party, 1/30/1978
Piguet, Springfels, Weaver, 2/13/1978
Old Wire Symposium, 3/7/1978
Quardo Hotteterre, 3/20/1978
James Tyler - Music for America's Popular Instruments, 3/27/1978
Malcolm Bilson, 4/10/1978
John Gibbons, 5/1/1978
Friedman Hellung, 5/8/1978
Musical Weekend, 5/13/1978
Chamber Ensemble with Catharina Meints, 5/15/1978
Alan Curtis, 11/13/1978
Il Divertimento, 11/27/1978
Smithsonian Chamber Players, 12/17-18/1978
Smithsonian Chamber Ensemble/Joe Ceo and Jan DeGaetani, 1/7-8/1979
Orpheus Chamber Ensemble, 1/11/1979
Andy McGann/Paddy Reynolds/Felix Dolan, 1/22/1979
Penelope Crawford, Elizabeth Humes, 2/5/1979
Smithsonian Chamber Players, 3/5-6/1979
Monosoff, Lieberman, Kroll, 4/23/1979
Chamber Players, 5/5-7/1979
Smithsonian Chamber Players, 10/27/1979
Smithsonian Chamber Players, 10/28/1979
Jaap Schyroder and Smithsonian Chamber Players, 10/29/1979
Violin Society of America, 11/10-11/1979
Martin Pearlman, 11/12/1979
Smithsonian Chamber Players, 12/8-9/1979
Kenneth Drake, 1/14/1980
Smithsonian Chamber Players, 2/9/1980
Malcolm Bilson, 3/10/1980
Piano Colloquium, 3/18-19/1980
Six Lectures on Organ Building and Harpsichord Making, 4/24-25/1980
Music of Telemann - Smithsonian Chamber Players, 5/2-4/1980
Smithsonian Chamber Players, 9/29/1980
Lucy van Dael - Baroque Violin, 10/27/1980
August Wenzinger - Smithsonian Chamber Players, 11/23-24/1980
Smithsonian Chamber Players - Messiah, 12/17-18/1980
Boston Museum Trio, 1/12/1981
Smithsonian Chamber Players, 1/25-26/1981
Smithsonian Chamber Players, 2/2/1981
Kuiken Quartet, 3/16/1981
Smithsonian Chamber Players - Concerto Vocale, 3/22-23/1981
The Classical Quarted, 4/13/1981
Smithsonian Chamber Players, 5/3-4/1981
George Washington Concert Series, 10/26/1981
Smithsonian Chamber Players, 11/14-16/981
George Washington Concert Series, Vienna, 11/30/1981
Smithsonian Chamber Players, 5/8/1982
George Washington Concert - Paris - Smithsonian Chamber Players, 2/8/1982
George Washington Concert Series - Philadelphia, 4/26/1982
Music at Home in Washington's Time, 5/1982
Informal Concerts, 1962-1984
Viola da Gamba and Harpsichord, 7/19/1963
Late 18th Century Music, 2/7/1963
Band Concert - Museum of History and Technology, 8/11/1964
Concerts, 11/4, 11/1964
Lecture by Sylvia Kenney, 5/22/1964
Tower Music, Summer 1966
First Maryland Regiment, 6/29, 7/6/1966
Concerts on the Mall, Summer 1965
Department of Recreation Concerts, 5/28, 30/1966
National Symphony Concert, 5/30/1965
Division of Musical Instruments, 12/5/1967
Concert: Musical Instruments, 10/28/1968
Division of Musical Instruments, 11/1968
Tower Music, 1967-1968
Music and Dance from the Age of Jefferson, 3/24/1976
Music Making - American Style, Summer 1966
Informal Concerts, 1969
Other Informal Concerts, 1970
Collegium Musicum of Wagner College, 4/29/1970
The Washington Consort, 5/20/1970
John Fesperman, Organ, 6/10/1970
Chamber Music, 6/17/1970
August 5, 1970
James Weaver, 9/2/1970
Ornamenting the Messiah, 12/9/1970
For the American Guild of Organists, 12/29/1970
Music by Brahms, 6/7/1971
Lois Howard, Harpsichord, 6/9/1971
Chamber Music, 6/23/1971
Chamber Music, 6/7/1971
Chamber Music, 7/21/1971
John Fesperman, 8/4/1971
Chamber Music, 8/18/1971
Bach Family Music, 9/1/1971
September 10, 1971
John Fesperman, 9/15/1971
Howard Bass, Lute, 10/27/1971
R. Roeckelein, Organ, 11/10/1971
Christmas Music, 12/15/1971
Chamber Music, 4/19/1972
Keyboard Music, 5/24/1972
Judith Norell, Harpsichord, 10/31/1972
Chamber Music, 11/8/1972
19th Century Brass Band
Mostly Music, 1983-1984
Saturday Live, 1982
Latvian Kokle played by Karklis, 10/3/1968
Beethoven Sonata in F for horn and piano/Handelspring, 1975
Peruvian Silver Exhibit
Stella Music box
RL 1 VOA: Cynthia Hoover lecture on Steinway
RL 1 Disc: "Impact of Mech. on pop music in US," 10/22/1971
Unlabeled [glass harmonica?/Mozart record 1966 exhibit]
Music box [clariona/cylinder music box], 9/1/1970
"Grainger at home" RL 1
"Tape 2" Handel flute sonata/Scarlatti sonata
Folk instrument exhibit master tape
Clayton tapes piece 2 "take" 2 - in sync
15th century music at Freer Gallery, 6/30/1959 (2 copies)
"Exhibit Music" pt. I
D.J. Boorstin "Building Closing" 40 seconds long? unboxed
Early Piano Reels 2-6
"Early Pianos," 3/19/1980
Melkus Chamber Orchestra Reels 1-2
SI Chamber Players "second half," 5/14/1977
SI Chamber Players "Italian Music," 12/9/1979
SI Chamber Players, 11/8/1976
SI Chamber Players "2nd half," 1/8/1979
Violano Virtuoso/Beethoven violin concerto, 10/12/1983
Worley Gardner (copy)
H.E. Matheny pt. 1
Cloise Sinclair?, 7/23/1977
Sinclair (Marty?) - Cloise?
Rochard Family "A Rochard Performance," 2/23/1977 (2 copies)
Mrs. Hitchcock/R.Lambert-Jew's Harp/Harmonica Bob/Victor Shearsiuith/Mrs. Viola Cox
Jerri Albright - performance
Paul Gifford (2 reels)
Russell Fluharty I
Russell Fluharty II
Paul Van Arsdale (tape 2) Nancy Grove [interviewer]
Worley Gardner - dulcimer interview
Gardner Bros. continued
Music samples, 7/13/1966
Music from Jefferson Library
Mrs. B. J. Baxter
Kermac "Musical Chairs"
Mechanical musical instruments
Country Music - exhibit music
There's a Good Time Coming
Tape 1 Organ Building and Harpsichord Making, 4/24/1980
Tape 2, 4/25/1980
SCP-1 RL 1 SI Chamber Players, Music of Telemann, 11/14-16/1981
RL 2 SI Chamber Players, Music of Telemann
RL 3 SI Chamber Players, Music of Telemann
RL 4 SI Chamber Players, Music of Telemann
SCP-2 RL 1 SI Chamber Players "Music of Haydn," 1/16-18/1982
RL 2 SI Chamber Players Music of Haydn
RL 3 SI Chamber Players Music of Haydn
RL 4 SI Chamber Players Music of Haydn
SCP-3 RL 1 SI Chamber Players Music of Haydn, 3/27-29/1982
SCP-4 RL1 Music of Mozart, 5/8-10/1982
AGW-1 RL 1 Age of George Washington, 10/26/1981, London
RL 2 Age of George Washington
RL 3 Age of George Washington
AGW-2 RL 1 Age of George Washington, 11/30/1981, Vienna
RL 2 Age of George Washington
RL 3 Age of George Washington
RL 4 Age of George Washington
AGW-3 RL 1 Age of George Washington, 2/8/1982, Paris
RL 2 Age of George Washington
RL 3 Age of George Washington
RL 4 Age of George Washington
AGW-4 RL 1 Age of George Washington, 4/26/1982, Philadelphia
Early Pianos, 3/18/1980 (3 reels)
Early Pianos, 3/19/1980 (2 reels)
Sousa/Jazz/Piano Roll/Blues/Jug Band
George Houle concert - Praetorius
Herman (mandolin) and Francine (guitar) Bernewitz, 2/19/1976
Opening of special exhibit of musical instruments, 8/31/1962
Theremin/Mr. Malooff [Music Making American Style], 6/17/1966
CBS tape for Bruce Morton, 3/23/1966
"Slow Dog"/Alcide Pavageau interviewed by H. Oppenheimer, 1/20/1967
Music Making American Style, 7/1966-7/1967 (4 reels)
VOA tape: "reporter at large #22," 1/3/1962
SI Christmas Party rehearsal (2 copies)
D. Scarlatti - late sonatas
VOA tape: "reporter at large - music of a bygone era," 3/12/1962
Three scenes for soprano [Bogard/Weaver/Davidoff], marked CRS 2709
Music and Sound (film exhibit)/Karen & Weaver
Hoagy Carmichael Materials
Protection LP master (I-VIII)
I Walk with Music/I Get Along Without You...
The Nearness of You
Come Easy, Go Easy Love
One Morning in May
Memphis in June
Heart and Soul
Ol Rockin Chair
Ole Buttermilk Sky/Lazybones
24 digital masters:
Old Man Moon/My Resistance is Low
2 track stereo:
Old Man Moon/My Resistance is Low
2 track 1/2" master:
Old Man Moon/My Resistance is Low
Reel to reel:
Classic Hoagy Carmichael
Indiana Cassettes (53)
ASCAP Cassettes (3)
Fesperman, John T. "Museums and Music - The Smithsonian's Division of Musical Instruments." Music Education Journal, 1969.
Flentrop in America: Correspondence, 1977
Flentrop in America: Parsons and Sunbury, July 1977
Flentrop in America: Booklet Graphics; Organ Photographs and Drawings, 1972.
Flentrop in America: Correspondence, 1981-1982
Flentrop in America: Post-Publication and Reviews, 1982
Flentrop in America: "Organ Movement in Europe" (1978)
Flentrop in America: Summary for Sunbury Press, 1979
Flentrop in America: History, 1979
Flentrop in America: Correspondence, 1978-1979
Flentrop in America: Editing Copies of Publication, 1979
Flentrop in America: Parsons, 1980
Flentrop in America: Reviews, 1979
Correspondence: Fenner and Jane Douglass, 1951-1959
Correspondence: Fenner and Jane Douglass, 1960-1965
Correspondence: Fenner and Jane Douglass, 1966-1970
Correspondence: D.A. Flentrop, 1954-1959
Correspondence: D.A. Flentrop, 1960-1972
Organs in Mexico: Sunbury Press Publication, 1979
Organs in Mexico: Photographs and Negatives, 1978
Organs in Mexico: Editing Copies of Publication, 1981
Organs in Mexico: Correspondence and Reviews, 1981-1983
Organs in Mexico: Correspondence, 1977-1978
Organs in Mexico: D.A. Flentrop Correspondence, Regarding Mexican Cathedral Organs, 1977-1978.
Organs in Mexico: Sunbury Press Correspondence, 1977-1981
Spanish and American Organ Building: Abstracts, Drafts, and Contracts; Sunbury Press and R. Parsons, 1976-1978.
Fesperman, John T. "Early Organs in Mexico" (1979) . Review from the Research Center for the Arts (RCA).
Organs in Mexico: Publication Corrections and Additions, 1978
Organs in Mexico: Final Publication Corrections, 1978
Organs in Mexico: Early Publication Draft and Notes
Research Center for the Arts: Review, 1978
Grove's Dictionary: Flentrop Article, 1976
Fesperman, John T. "The Beginning of Mechanical Action Organ Building in the Eastern United States" (1975) .
Fesperman, John T. Book Review; Oshse, Orpha. The History of the Organ in the United States (1975).
Fesperman, John T. Duke University Symposium: "Organ Design and Organ Music," 1976.
Fesperman, John T. Publication Materials: The Organ as Musical Medium (ca. 1960); includes photographs.
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Publication Draft, 1970
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Publication and Photographs, 1970
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Restoration Photographs and Drawings, 1968-1969.
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Pipe Scales
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Correspondence/Restoration, 1968-1972
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Questioned Attributions, 1970
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Correspondence, 1968-1969; Biographical Information about John Snetzler.
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Correspondence/Reviews and Articles, 1970-1971; copy of "Three Snetzler Organs in the United States."
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Correspondence/Samuel Bard, 1969; also includes Bard Estate photographs and a copy of Bard's will.
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Restoration Photographs, 1968.
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Additional Photographs
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Peter Milliken Correspondence, 1968
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Snetzler Biography
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Correspondence, 1968; Snetzler Keyboard.
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Photographs; Birmingham, Alabama.
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Correspondence and Photographs, 1970; Blarsdon Hall, Gloucestershire, England.
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Photographs; Cambridge, England.
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Correspondence, 1969; Christ Church, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Correspondence, 1969, 1976; St. Michaels, Charleston, South Carolina.
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Correspondence, 1970; Groton School, Groton, Massachusetts.
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Correspondence and Photographs, 1969; City of Liverpool Museums, Liverpool, England.
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Correspondence/South Concert Hall, 1968-1971.
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Norwich Photographs Wonburg, Eleanor: Correspondence, 1969
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Photograph; John Wesley's Chapel, Bristol, England.
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Correspondence, Newspaper Articles, and Photographs, 1968; Williamsburg, Virginia.
Snetzler Chamber Organ: Correspondence, Photographs, and Drawings, 1968; Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut.
Fesperman, John T. "The Smithsonian's Musical Legacy from President Washington's Physician" (ca. 1969). Consists of manuscripts, bibliographical information, correspondence, and note cards. (3 folders)
Festival of American Folklife: Correspondence, 1978; Organ Demonstrations and Exhibits.
Festival of American Folklife: Photographs, Slides, and Negatives from the panel demonstration "Unchanging Crafts of Organbuilding," 1978.
Festival of American Folklife: Organ Building Program Article, 1978.
Festival of American Folklife: Organbuilding Exhibit Scripts and Photographs, 1978.
Festival of American Folklife: Organ Graphics Correspondence, 1978.
Festival of American Folklife: Organ Graphic Photographs, 1978
Fesperman, John T. "Organs and Organ Building in the Americas Before 1775" (1975) . Also includes correspondence and photographs, 1974-1977.
Aaron Copland/Boosey & Hawkes, Inc.: Correspondence, 1985-1987
Correspondence: Aaron Copland and American Organs, 1975-1984
Fesperman, John T. "Music for Small Organs." Journal of Church Music, April 1977.
Biggs, E. Power: Audiotape - "Organ in the Germanic Museum," January 1973.
Biggs, E. Power: Transcripts to Audiotape, and Correspondence, 1971-1973, 1980.
Covell, William King: "The Old Boston Music Hall Organ," Old-Time New England, April 1928.
Dispositions: Votteller-Holtkamp-Sparling Organ Company; History of the Cleveland Museum of Art Organ, 1971.
Dispositions: Saint Michael's Church, 1967; Stetson University, Elizabeth Hall Organ Dedication Recitals, 1962.
Dispositions: Correspondence/Rudolf von Beckerath, 1958
Dispositions: University Chapel in Coimbra, Portugal, 1975
The Jewett "Sweelinck Organ"
Mount Calvary Church: Organ Recitals, 1966
Article: Conclusioni Nel Suonodell Organo
Articles: "American Organ Building After the War" (1944) by Edward W. Flint; "Present-Day Trends in Organ Building (1940) by Walter Holtkamp; and "Some Historical Notes on Pipe Organs at Syracuse University" (1954) by Lester G. Wells.
Two Essays: Post-Publication, Corrections, and Reviews
Correspondence: Organ Builders, 1974-1975
Correspondence: Organists, 1974-1975
Fesperman, John T. "American Organ Design - Three Critical Decades" (1974)
Fesperman, John T. "Organ Design in the United States, 1933-1961" (1973)
Miscellaneous Manuscripts: "American Organ Design - Three Critical Decades."
Correspondence, 1974-1975: Referring to "American Organ Design - Three Critical Decades."
Correspondence: Sunbury Press, 1975-1976
Manuscript "American Organ Design"
Photographs: "American Organ Design - Three Critical Decades"
Flentrop, D.A. "The Organs of Mexico City Cathedral" (ca. 1975); translated by John T. Fesperman.
Bibliography for "The Organs of Mexico City Cathedral"
Gierveld, Arend Jan.: "The Flentrop Collection of Dutch Chamber Music." Translated by D.A. Flentrop and edited for publication by John T. Fesperman. (2 folders)
Translation Notes: "The Flentrop Collection of Dutch Chamber Music."
Correspondence: Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments, 1982-1984.
Fesperman, John T. "Finding Sources for Mexican Organ History" (1980)
Organs of Mexico City Cathedral: Corrections from D.A. Flentrop
Organs of Mexico City Cathedral: Editor Manuscript, 1985
Organs of Mexico City Cathedral: Copy of MAH Review
Organs of Mexico City Cathedral: Finished Translation, 1980
Organs of Mexico City Cathedral: Manuscripts (2 folders)
Organs of Mexico City Cathedral: Photographs
American Organ Builders, 1984
American Organ Academy: Symposium, January 1992
Correspondence: Organs of Alaska, 1985-1986
Berkeley Conference: The Organ in Music History, 1990
Owen, Barbara: Organs in the Eastern United States Before 1812
Organ Advisory Group, 1987
Maryland Diocesan Archives: American Organs, 1988
Charleston Church Music, 1962
Correspondence: American Organ Music/Moravian, 1981
American Organs: Concert Series Pamphlets and Dedications, 1977-1981
Organs: America, 1700-1900
Organ Historical Society
Warren F. Johnson Memorial Organ Music Library: Organ Repertoire, 1984
The Organ Resource Centre, Royal Canadian College of Organists
Postcards, ca. 1954 thru 1983
1874 Description and Price List of Chapel Organs, Manufactured by Standbridge Brothers
Buckle, Stephen R. "The Casting of Organ Pipe Metal - Lead! Tin Alloys" (1983)
Specifications of the Organs at the University of California at Berkeley
Adams, Welcome K.
Appleton, Thomas: Middle Haddam, Connecticut, 1988
Correspondence: Thomas Appleton Organ, 1979
Backus Pipe Organ
Eader, Thomas S. "Baltimore Organs and Organ Building" (1970)
Nineteenth Century Organs, Baltimore, Maryland
Fesperman, John T. "Music and Organs at 'The Old North' - Then and Now." Organ Institute quarterly, Vol. 3, Number 3.
Photograph: Organ at Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Roxbury, Massachusetts
Boston Music Hall
Organs of California in 1895
Davis, William H.
Correspondence: The Dieffenbach Organ Builders, 1972
Historical Information: The Dieffenbach Organ Builders, 1959
Henry Erben Organ
Hall & Erben Organ Building
Correspondence: Dieffenbach Organs, 1988-1989
Correspondence: English Organs in America, 1980
Correspondence: Henry Erben Organs, 1984; includes drawings, pictures, and postcards.
Organs at St. John's Church, Georgetown, D.C.
Goodrich, William Marcellus
German Organs in America
Correspondence: Thomas Hall, 1984
Presbyterian Meeting House Organ and Music
Mount Church Organ, Port Royal, Virginia
Correspondence: 1883 Hook & Hastings Organ, 1980. Also includes drawings, historical information, and cassette tape recording of organ music.
Historical Information: 1883 Hook & Hastings Organ
Photograph: Hutchings, Plaistead 1887; First Congregational Church, Riverside, California
Correspondence: William A. Johnson Pipe Organ, 1980, 1993-1994
The Krauss Organ, Huff's Union Church, Pennsylvania
Mount Vernon Plantation Organ
Correspondence: The Organ Historical Society, 1980
Labach & Kemp
Organ at The First Church in Belfast, Maine
Maryland Organ Company
Fesperman, John T. "Nantucket's Two Musical Treasures." Second Congregational Meeting House Society, 1974. Also includes correspondence referring to the publication, literature from Nantucket Historical Association, and articles.
Zalduondo, J. Antonio de
Odell Organ/Richard Howell, Organ Builder
Russell Tabernacle Christian Methodist Episcopal Church Pipe Organ, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Pomplitz Organ at St. James', Baltimore, Maryland
Roosevelt Organ at The First Congregational Church, Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Elmore Smith Organ
Father Smith Organ, Historic St. Luke's Restoration, 1966-1970
J.W. Sterre & Son Organ Company
Stevens & Jewett Organ, 1988
Stevens & Jewett Tracker Organs: the Norwich Congregational Church, Norwich, Vermont, and the Alfred Parish Church, Alfred, Maine.
Owen, Barbara. "Pitch and Tuning in Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century American Organs"
Owen, Barbara. "The Home Church Organ - David Tannenberg, 1798-1800" (1989) and "The 1797 Tannenberg Organ in the Single Brothers' House" (1989)
Organs of Virginia, 1981
Henry Pratt Organ
Correspondence: Tannenberg Organ, 1966, 1970
Photograph: Searles Memorial Organ, Grace Church, San Francisco, California.
Woodberry & Harris Organ
The Aeolian Company
Correspondence: Aeolian Skinner Organ, 1984
Photograph: Jeremy Adams Chamber Organ, 1983
Andover Organ Company
Bedient Pipe Organ Company: Videotape, "The Wind at One's Fingertips" (1992)
Bedient Pipe Organ Company, 1992-1994; includes photographs and brochures.
M.L. Bigelow & Company
St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Brookline, Massachusetts
The Brombaugh Organ; includes 1983 organ performance on cassette tape.
Dobson Organ Company
J. Allen Farmer, Inc.
Charles B. Fisk Organ; includes photographs. (2 folders)
Greg Harrold Organ Builders
The Holtkamp Organ
Jaeckel Organ Builders
Gabriel Kney Organ
Jan Leek Organ; includes photographs, 1986.
N.P. Mander Organs, London, England
A. David Moore & Company: Tracker Pipe Organ; includes photographs and drawings.
The Noack Organ Company; includes photographs and drawings. (2 folders)
Rosales Organ Builders, Inc.
The Karl Wilhelm Organ
Beckerath Organ; includes photographs.
Nineteenth Century Organs of England; includes historical literature and postcards, ca. 1974-1986.
Martin Goetze and Dominic Gwynn
1814 Elliott Organ
Flentrop Organs of Europe: Postcard Pictures
Flentrop Organs: includes historical information, photographs (including one of D.A. Flentrop at Alabama College, 1958), postcards, and drawings.
Photograph: Organ at St. Etienne du Mont, Paris, France
Nineteenth Century Organs of France; includes photographs.
The Frobenius Organ
Le Grand Orgue de la Salle Pleyel, 1986
Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Organs of Germany; includes photographs.
N.P. Mander, LTD
Philippine Bamboo Organs
Golos, Jerzy. "An Historical Survey of Organbuilding in Poland Until 1900." The Diapason, April 1976.
Organs of Spain; includes correspondence, 1978-1979, and historical information.
Organs of Switzerland
Twentieth Century Organs of England
Colonial Shipping Records
Correspondence: Organ at Mill Hill, North Carolina, 1966-1972; includes photographs.
Schudi Organ Company
Photograph: Schlicker Tracker Organ, 1973
E.M. Skinner Organs
Robert L. Sipe Organbuilders
Steiner-Rack Organ: Falls Church, Virginia, 1993
Taylor and Boody Organ; includes photographs.
Barton Theatre Organ; includes cassette tape of organ performance.
Visser-Rowland Associates, Organbuilders
Waters & Smith, Organbuilders
The Karl Wilhelm Organ
Wolff Organbuilders (2 folders)
Fesperman, John T. "The Restored Organ in the Church of San Cayetano, Valenciana (Guanajuato), Mexico." The Orcran, 1988.
Fesperman, John T. "1855 Stevens and Jewett Restored for Soldiers' and Airmen's Chapel." The Tracker, June 1988.
Fesperman, John T. "Keyboard News from the Smithsonian Collection." Westfield Center Newsletter, April 1988.
Fesperman, John T. "Mechanical and Electrical Stop Actions After 20 Years." The American Organist, January 1988. (2 folders)
Fesperman, John T. "Smaller Organs - Evolving American Attitudes Since 1933." For the publication Charles Brenton Fisk - Organ Builder, March 1985. (2 folders)
Fesperman, John T. "A Hass Clavichord of 1756 at the Smithsonian." For the Newsletter of Westfield Center, November 1984.
Fesperman, John T. Organ Planning. New York: Church Hymnal Corporation, 1984. Includes drafts, correspondence, and research notes. (3 folders)
Correspondence: Organ Planning, 1983-1984
Photographs: Organ Planning, 1984. Also includes portrait of John T. Fesperman.
Bibliographical information: Organ Planning
Fesperman, John T. "The Mexican Legacy of Organs." Musical Times, February 1984.
Santa Prisca, Taxco
Conference on Spanish Church Music in America, Dallas, Texas, 1983. Includes correspondence, personal notes, and itinerary. (4 folders)
Correspondence: Harvard Dictionary of Music, 1982-1985. (2 folders)
Harvard Dictionary of Music: Article Drafts. (2 folders)
Harvard Dictionary of Music: Photographs and Negatives for Article.
Fesperman, John T. "Early Organs in the United States." SEHKS, Charleston, South Carolina, January 1994.
Fesperman, John T. "Traditional Organ Building." Journal of the Association of Anglican Musicians, 1993.
Traditional Organ Building: Drafts. (4 folders)
Fesperman, John T. "Traditional Organ Building and the St. Margaret's Convent Organ." Draft, October 1992.
Fesperman, John T. The American Revival of Traditional Organ Building: Liturgical Instrument, Liturgical Repertoire. Drafts, 1992.
Fesperman, John T.: Book Review of The Organ by Peter Williams and Barbara Owen. For SEHKS Journal, August 1992.
Hymnal Survey: Occasional Papers from the Division of Musical History, John T. Fesperman, May 1992.
Fesperman, John T. "The Historical Organ in America." Early Keyboard Studies Newsletter, May 1992.
Fesperman, John T. "Tenth Anniversaries for Organs at St. Columba's and Grace, Georgetown." Washington Diocese, 1992.
The Spanish Organ in Mexico: Notes, 1992
Fesperman, John T. "Form and Substance: Liturgy, Art and Vocation." Cowley of the Society of St. John the Evangelist, October 1991.
Fesperman, John T. A. David Moore, Organ Builder, December 1991.
Fesperman, John T. "A New Organ for Boston's Old North Church," November 1991.
Fesperman, John T. "Old North Church and the Revival of Traditional Organ Building." Soundpost, Winter 1990/91.
Fesperman, John T. "William Dowd and the Smithsonian." The Diapason, February 1992.
Fesperman, John T. "Mexican Organs and Spanish Influences." Diccionario, ca. 1990. (2 folders)
Fesperman, John T. "Hymnody and Liturgy." Liturgy, 1990.
Fesperman, John T. "Musical Plans for St. Luke's Church, Kalamazoo," October 1990.
Fesperman, John T. Lecture paper for the University of Montevallo (October 1990) on the 30th Anniversary of the Flenthrop organ and the Three hundredth Anniversary of the Livre d' Orgue of Francois Couperin.
Fesperman, John T. "Organ Reform Movement." Encyclopedia of Keyboard Instruments, February 1990.
Fesperman, John T. Draft and notes for "Flentrop," 1990.
Fesperman, John T. "John Snetzler (Johann Schnetzler)." Encyclopedia of Keyboard Instruments, 1990.
Encyclopedia of Keyboard Instruments: Guidelines for Articles Copies of articles for the Encyclopedia of Keyboard Instruments, 1990, 1994.
Fesperman, John T. "The Return to Traditional Organ Building in the United States: The Fisk Organ in St. Paul." Drafts, 1990.
Fesperman, John T. "Hymns and the Teaching Vocation." Association of Anglican Musicians Newsletter, March 1989.
Organ Documentary Tapes, 1988
Organs of the Eastern Shore, Maryland
Chronology for Organs in St. John's Church, Georgetown, 1988
Index Cards: Harvard Dictionary Short Entries
Working Files: Correspondence
Johnson III, Rev. Pegram: St. Johns Chapel, Accokeek, Maryland, 1991-1992.
Willow, Garnet: Fairlington Presbyterian Church, 1991.
Andrews, Chaplain Robert: Goodwin House, 1991.
Godwith Sr., James B.: Trinity United Methodist Church, 1990, 1994.
Virginia Theological Seminary, 1975-1976, 1992
Trache, Rev. Robert C.: Immanuel Church-on-the-Hill, Alexandria, Virginia, 1990-1991.
Allen, Rev. David E.: St. Mary's Church, Barnstable, Massachusetts, 1985.
Saint James Church, Black Mountain, North Carolina, 1993-1994.
Old North Church, Boston, Massachusetts, 1987-1990. Also includes historical literature and postcards.
St. Michael's Church, Charleston, South Carolina, 1990.
St. Phillips Restoration, South Carolina.
Dulken, Rev. Glenn: Anglican Church, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1988.
Clarke, Garry E. : Emmanuel Church, Chestertown, Maryland, 1990-1994.
Garner Jr., Rev. Thomas: Old Trinity Church, Church Creek, Maryland, 1989.
Doughery, Rev. Burtis M.
Chapel at Gaithersburg, Maryland, 1984
Trefethen, Roger: St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Georgetown, Delaware, 1989-1992.
Lindstrom, Michael: Christ Church, Washington D.C., 1990.
Lingebach, David: Dumbarton United Methodist Church, Washington, D.C., 1990-1991.
Sherrill, Rev. Kit: St. Patrick's Church, Washington, D.C., 1976.
Wigener, Pastor William: Georgetown Lutheran Church, Washington, D.C., 1992-1993.
Georgetown University, 1984-1988
Schwennesen, Jarvis L.: Messiah Lutheran Church, Germantown, Maryland, 1984-1990.
Worthington, Jr., Rev. Daniel O.: Ware Episcopal Church, Gloucester, Virginia, 1988.
Guidotti, Don H.
White, David Ashley: Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church, Houston, Texas, 1981-1984.
Sacred Heart Church, Irving, Texas, 1994
Klingelhofer, Rev. Stephan: St. Luke's Church, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1990-1991.
Stohre, Rev. Dale: St. John's Church, La Pointe, Wisconsin, 1993.
Tinsley III, Rev. Samuel W.: St. Gabriel's Campus Mission, Morgantown, West Virginia, 1982.
Nashotah House, Nashotah, Wisconsin, 1988.
Koerner, Rev. Travers C.: Trinity Episcopal Church, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1986.
Swenson, Elizabeth: Canterbury Cathedral Trust in America, 1993.
Wright, Rev. John H.: Church of the Holy Spirit, Easton, Maryland, 1986.
Niepold, Martha: St. Peter's [Episcopal] Church in the Great Valley, Chester County, Pennsylvania, 1994.
Mozelle, Mary: Grace Church, The Plains, Virginia, 1993.
St. Anne's Church, Reston, Virginia, 1994.
St. John's Church, Randolf, Vermont
Fraser, Rev. Thomas A.: St. Paul's Parish, Riverside, Illinois, 1985.
Saint Margaret's Convent, Roxbury, Massachusetts
Jakobs & Associates International, 1994
Webb, Robert: St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Springfield, Virginia, 1991.
Christ Church, St. Michaels, Maryland, 1982.
Locklair, Paula: Old Salem, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 1991.
Trinity Church, Staunton, Virginia, 1993.
Wood, Jonathan R.
Davenport, Rev. Robert: Trinity Church, Upperville, Virginia, 1991.
College of Preachers, Washington Cathedral, 1980-1991.
O'Brien, Michael: Calvary Baptist Church, Washington, D.C., 1989.
Ziglar, Linda K.: The First Baptist Church of the City of Washington, D.C., 1982-1985.
St. Columba's Episcopal Church, Washington, D.C., 1980-1982.
Millar, Rev. Luther D.: St. David's Church, Washington, D.C., 1993.
John Brombaugh & Associates, Inc., St. Dominic Church, 1979
Sherer, Peter: St. Mark's Church, Washington, D.C., 1987.
Gallaghe, Robert: St. Mathew's Cathedral, Washington, D.C., 1993.
Doty, Shayne: St. Paul's Church (Rock Creek), Washington, D.C., 1993.
Brown, Julie: Church of St. Stephen and the Incarnation, Washington, D.C., 1984.
Darling, J.S.: Bruton Parish Church, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1992.
Wheeler, Gary: St. Timothy's Church, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 1990.
Boyer, Rev. Canon Donald: St. James' Church, Woodstock, Vermont, 1984.
Richardson, Rev. H.M.: Old Wye Church, Wye Mills, Maryland, 1984; Turner, Jr., Rev. Claude S.: Grace Church, Yorktown, Virginia, 1987.
Bach, J.S.: Clavier-Ubung (notes), 1991.
E.C. Schirmer Music Company, 1966-1973. Also includes biography on William Boyce.
C of P Library
Lambrechts-Douillez, J.: International Council of Museums, 1980-1982.
Couperin, Francois: Recording
Division of Musical Instruments: Publications, 1970s. Includes copy of A Snetzler Chamber Organ of 1761 (1970) by John T. Fesperman.
Division of Musical Instruments: Administrative Records, 1965-1984. (2 folders)
Checklist of Mechanical Musical Instruments and Related Items in the Collection, Division of Musical Instruments, 1973.
Exhibit: The Revival of the Harpsichord, 1970
Exhibit Planning: Development of American Organ Building, 1979-1980.
Charles Brenton Fisk - Organ Builder, 1983, 1987.
Flentrop, D.A.: Correspondence, 1989-1994
Church Hymnal Corporation Funding, 1989
Organ Music of Nicolas de Grigny, 1975-1976
Jacobus Kirckman Londini me Fecit 1770
Jacob Hilbus Photograph, 1966
Keyboard Lectures: Flentrop, April 1980
Series Publications of Annual Lectures on Musical Instruments, 1980-1981
Moravian Music, 1966
Eighteenth Century American Organs and Chamber Music, 1970
Eighteenth Century Snetzler Organ: Old North Church, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1959, 1964.
Moore, David A.: Small Organs and Designs, 1984-1994
Photograph Negatives: European Organs
Organ History Lecture Slides
Italian Organs, 1965
Philosophy for Musical Performances at the Smithsonian, 1970
Photographs: Miscellaneous Theatrical Performances
Working Files and Published Material
The Noack Organ Company/Pohick, 1966-1970
Praetorius Program, 1966
Mount Calvary Church, Baltimore, Maryland, 1982.
Correspondence: Organ History Series Recordings, 1979-1984.
Correspondence: Baltimore Organ Recordings, 1985.
Religious Community Arts, September 1981
Journal Reviews, 1987
Organ Planning: Reviews, 1984-1987
Reviews: Flentrop in America, 1983-1984
Reviews: Miscellaneous, 1981
Reviews: Two Essays on Organ Design, 1975-1976
Reviews: Organs in Mexico, 1977
Reviews: The Snetzler Organ in the Smithsonian, 1971
Reviews: The Organ as Musical Medium, ca. 1963-1966
S. Dillon Ripley Special Musical Programs, 1966. Also includes performance photographs.
All Souls Church, 1986
Fesperman, John T.: Copies of Publications, Reviews, and Performance Announcements, ca. 1966-1994. (4 folders)
Flentrop Lecture Texts, 1980
Fesperman, John T. "Finding Sources for Mexican Organ History." AMIS Lecture, April 1979.
Fesperman, John T. "Organ Design and Organ Music." [Revision] Duke University Lecture, 1976.
Correspondence: D.A. Flenthrop, 1980-1988
The Vottler-Holtkamp-Sparling Organ Company, 1947
Fesperman, John T. The Organ as Musical Medium [manuscript], ca. 1958-1959.
Fesperman, John T. "The Leading Ideas of Music Theory: Guide to Arezze to France of Cologne." Paper presented at Yale School of Music, ca. 1951.
Hindemith Course Notes/Outlines
Exhibition Proposal: Keyboards in America, 1985
Fesperman, John T.: Performance Announcements, ca. 1960-1965.
Fesperman, John T.: Performance Announcements, ca. 1965-1972.
Fesperman, John T.: Performance Announcements, 1973.
Fesperman, John T.: Publications. (6 folders)
PAEC/Reviews (4 folders)
Fesperman, John T.: Additional publications, performance announcements, and reviews. (3 folders)
Photographs: Traditional Organ Building in the United States, 1992.
Audiotapes and Slides
Reel 1: Back Cautata, Old North Singers, ca. 1963 [edited mono dub]
Reel 2: Old North Singers, ca. 1963
Reel 3: John T. Fesperman Recital, St. Mark's Cathedral, Seattle, Washington, March 18, 1966 [Part 1]
Reel 4: John T. Fesperman Recital, St. Mark's Cathedral, Seattle, Washington, March 18, 1966 [Part 2]
Reel 5: Old North Church, Boston, Massachusetts, ca. 1963 [master recording]
Reel 6: Chicorgan, Burlington and Grigny University of Vermont, January 1976
Reel 7: Couperin - Blanchet, May 1960
Reel 8: Monteverdi Mass, Old North Singers, ca. 1963
Reel 10: De Grigny Mass, February 1974
Reel 11: Couperin Organ Mass, February 1973
Reel 12: De Grigny Mass, January 1976
Reel: John T. Fesperman, 1963 Old North Church, Boston
Cassette Tape: John T. Fesperman, Bach, 1980
Cassette Tape: John T. Fesperman - "A Job Well Done." Stetson Chapel, 28 April 1989.
Slides: Dutch Organs and the De Grigny Program
The following boxes contain audiotapes of musical performances and special events in which the Division was involved.
4. John Shortridge playing English virginal music, pre-1964
5-7. Smithsonian concert II, early baroque, 3 reels, January 18, 1960
8-9. Smithsonian concert III, viola d'amore, one-keyed flute, 2 reels, March 1, 1960
10-12. Smithsonian concert IV, renaissance, 3 reels, November 29, 1960
13-14. Smithsonian concert V, late baroque 2 reels, April 17, 1962
15. Tape from Efrim Fruchtman, March 18, 1963
16-17. Smithsonian Concert VI, Late 18th century, 2 reels, February 7, 1963
18. Yale Club reception, May 6, 1964
19-21. Kenney lecture I, 3 reels, May 22, 1964
22. Ripley dinner, complete, rehearsal, June 8, 1964
23-24. Org. hists. rehearsal, 2 reels, July 1, 1964
25-36. Civil War band concert, 12 reels, August 19, 1964
37-39. English consort of viols, 3 reels, November 4, 1964
1. Hakes-Lincoln concert concluded, reel 2 of 2
2. "Star-spangled Banner", using mid-19th c. band instruments, recorded at SI, summer 1966
3. Virgil Thompson, Ode
4. John Perkins, Music for Brass, September 15, 1965
5-6. AMS concert, December 28, 1964
7. AMS lecture no. 1, Bowles, December 27, 1964
8. AMS lecture no. 2, Alan Curtis, December 27, 1964
9. AMS lecture no. 3, Robert Lord, December 27. 1964
10. AMS lecture no. 4, Sol Babbitz, December 27, 1964
11. AMS lecture no. 5, Paul Revitt, December 27, 1964
12-13. Breuggen/Leonhardt concert, November 11, 1964
14-17. Brass band concert, June 24, 1965, 2 reels per concert, 2 copies
18-21. Brass band concert, August 3, 1966
22-25. Albert Fuller, harpsichordist, April 16, 1968
26-28. Jean Hakes, soprano, January 18, 1968
29-30. Alan B. Curtis, musicologist, lecture on harpsichord music of the Bach family, December 4, 1967
31-32. Alan B. Curtis, harpsichord concert, December 5, 1967
33-35. Baroque Players of New York, November 14, 1967
36. Monteverdi concert (mass), reel 1, April 28, 1967
1. Monteverdi concert (mass), reel 2, April 28, 1967
2-4. Amsterdam Baroque Trio, July 14, 1967
4. George Etheridge and Emerson Head, trumpets, concert, October 12, 1968
5. George Etheridge and Emerson Head, trumpets, concert, April 15, 1970
6-7. Flore Wend, soprano, May 14, 1968
8. Bach sonata, September 12, 1968
9. Beethoven trio, September 12, 1968
10. G. F. Handel, Concerto XIII in G major, viola D'Amore, Viola da Gamba, Walter Trampler & Judith Davidoff; Cantata La Lucretia, O ______ eterni, Carole Bogard, James Weaver, Judith Davidoff, October 12, 1968
11. Carole Bogard, Handel, La Lucrezia, October 12, 1968
12. Beethoven, Trio in G major, Op. IX, no. 1, October 12, 1968
13. Salamanca Tower Musician, August 2, 1966, Smithsonian Building
14. Fred Grey's recordings from summer 1969 afternoon concerts
15. Praetorius, reel 5, December 14, 1966
16. Praetorius, reel 6, December 14, 1966
17. E. Tarr and G. Kent, trumpet and organ, October 22, 1969
18. Sonja Momosoff, violin, James Weaver, harpsichord, J.S. Bach, sonata VI for violin and harpsichord, April 25, 1969
19-20. Hector Garcia guitar concert, August 15, 1969
21-22. Syntagma Musicum, November 6, 1969
23. James Weaver and John Fesperman, November 6, 1969
24-25. L'Estro Armonico of Amsterdam, April 13, 1970
26. Franz Brueggen, recorder, James Weaver, harpsichord, March 15, 1971
27. Monosoff and Weaver, Bach sonata III in E major, 1970
28-30. Cuenod, Wend, Fuller, tape III, March 25, 1970
31. Brueggen, March 16, 1971
32. Russell family concert, March 18, 1970
33-36. Igor Kipnis, April 26, 1971
37. Barbara Holmquist, informal performance, February 1970
1-3. Estro Armonico, Amsterdam, Schroder, Hampe, Vittenbosch, reels 3-5, April 13, 1970
4-5. Camerata Chorus of Washington, May 4, 1970
6. Anderson, Anderson, Hollis, violin, cello, piano, August 5, 1970
7-10. Woodlawn, October 13, 1971 (reels A thru D)
11. Handel, Organ concerto no. 14 (Hallelujah), December 15, 1971
12. "Western Wind" concert, January 7, 1974
1-2. Schola Cantorum Basilienseis, baroque, November 13, 1968
3-6. Schola Cantorum Basilienseis, renaissance, November 15, 1968
1-2. Flore Wend, soprano, May 14, 1968
3-5. Gustave Leonhardt on the Stehlin harpsichord, October 28, 1968
6. Gustav Leonhardt and Franz Brueggen, harpsichord and recorder, November 11, 1964
1. War music, 1st Md. Regiment, for Jim Marshall, PCS, July 7, 1966
2. Bach sonata for violin and harpsichord, Weaver, March 28, 1965
3. Opening, Hall of Historic Americans, August 27, 1964
4. Frans Brueggen and Gustav Leonhardt, Couperin suite in D minor for harpsichord; sonata in D minor for recorder and basso continuo
5. Sonya Monosoff, Janos Scholz, Robert Conant, Telemann/Von Biber concert, January 19, 1967 (Hellier Stradivarius)
1. Sonya Monosoff, Janos Scholz, Robert Conant, Handel/Bach concert, January 19, 1967 (Hellier Stradivarius)
2. Sonya Monosoff, Janos Scholz, Robert Conant, Corelli/Marini concert, SI 1693 Italian harpsichord & Sacconi reconstructed baroque violin, January 19, 1967
3. Christmas music, December 14, 1966
4. Boston Baroque Ensemble, reel 1, November 11, 1966
5. Boston Baroque Ensemble, reel 2, November 11, 1966
6. Boston Baroque Ensemble, reel 3, November 11, 1966
1. Boston Baroque Ensemble, reel 4, November 12, 1966
2-6. New Lost City Ramblers, October 8, 1966
1-2. Danzi Woodwind Quintet, March 3, 1969
3-4. Hugues Cuenod, Raymond Lynch, tenor, February 4, 1969
5-6. Jean Hakes, soprano, Stoddard Lynch, piano, January 14, 1969
1. Jean Hakes, soprano, Stoddard Lynch, piano, January 14, 1969
2-4. Concentus Musicus, Vienna, November 18, 1968
5. Exhibit "This Thing Called Jazz," December 1968-January 1969
6. Anacostia tape (African), 1968
1, Edward Tarr, trumpet, George Kent, organ, October 24, 1969
2. James Weaver, Musical Chairs, June 24, 1969
3-6. New York Chamber Soloists, May 6, 1969
1-3. Alarius Ensemble of Brussels, April 22, 1969
4-5. Sonja Monosoff, violin, James Weaver, harpsichord, March 11, 1969
6. Ornamenting Handel's Messiah solos, December 4, 1970
1-2. Alarius Ensemble of Brussels, November 11, 1970
3-5. Hugues Cuenod, Flor Wend, Albert Fuller, March 25, 1970
6. Alan Curtis, The Bach Family, 1/2, December 5, 1967
1. Alan Curtis, The Bach Family, 2/2, December 5, 1967
2-5. Albert Fuller, harpsichord, April 16, 1968
6. Jean Hakes, soprano, John Fesperman, accompanist, January 18, 1968
1-2. Jean Hakes, soprano, John Fesperman, accompanist, January 18, 1968
3-4. Carol Bogard, soprano, April 24, 1967
5-6. Baroque Players of New York, November 14, 1967
1-3. Amsterdam Baroque Trio, July 14, 1967
4. Patricia Grignet, oboe; Helen Hollis, harpsichord and piano; Robert Sheldon, horn: concert, June 23, 1971
5-6. Concert, viola da gamba and harpsichord, June 28, 1971
1. Mary Price, baroque violin, Jim Weaver, harpsichord, concert, July 21, 1971
2. John Fesperman, chamber organ, concert, August 4, 1971
3. Gagliano Trio, concert, August 18, 1971
4-5. Concentus Musicus, concert, October 2, 1971
6. Music from Woodlawn, October 13, 1971
1-2. Concentus Musicus concert, October 4, 1971
3-4. Lute and guitar concert (Howard Bass), October 27, 1971
5. Richard Roekelein, organ concert, November 10, 1971
6. Malcolm Bilson, late 18th-century pianoforte concert, January 24, 1972
1. Danzi Woodwind Quintet, March 1, 1972
2-3. Martha Brickman, harpsichord, Anna Chornodolska, soprano, concert, March 20, 1972
4-5. Sonya Monosoff, violin, Judith Davidoff, violincello, James Weaver, harpsichord and organ, concert, May 11, 1972
6. Sebastian Kelber, recorder and flute, May 22, 1972, 1 of 2
1. Sebastian Kelber, recorder and flute, May 22, 1972, 2 of 2
2-3. Les Menestriers (early instruments: shawm, krummhorns, etc), October 21, 1972
4-5. American Music of the 20's and 30's, February 16, 1973
6. Bach, Prokofiev concert, February 19, 1973, 1 of 2
1. Bach, Prokofiev concert, February 19, 1973, 2 of 2
2-3. Jean Hakes, soprano, Michael Rogers, piano, concert, March 19, 1973
4-5. James Weaver, Harpsichord, March 29, 1973
6. Judith Norell, harpsichordist, October 31, 1972
1. Music of Robert Evett, concert, November 20, 1972
2-3. Frans Brueggen, Walter van Hauwe, Kees Boeke, recorders, concert, January 13, 1973
4. Music of Robert Evett, November 20,1972
5-6. Judith Norell, harpsichord, Bruce Brewer, tenor, concert, May 14, 1973
1-2. Ruth Drucker, soprano, David Flowers, baroque trumpet, Linda Jonas, one-keyed flute, Jacqueline Anderson, baroque violin, Eugene Enrico, recorder, concert, June 18, 1973
3-4. Sunday Consort, April 26, 1973
5-6. Sonya Monosoff, violin, James Weaver, harpsichord and piano, Helen Hollis, harpsichord, concert, May 5, 1973
1-2. Oberlin Baroque Ensemble, December 7, 1973
3-4. American Music Group, November 24, 1973
5-6. Paul Hill Chorale, January 22, 1974
1. A Bach Family Festival, Cantrick and Fesperman, February 10, 1974
2-3. James Weaver, concert, February 22, 1974
4. Page C. Long, harpsichord and recorder, Helen Hollis, harpsichord, Jacqueline Anderson, violin, Robert Sheldon, flute, Eugene Enrico, recorder, Lawrence Brown, violincello, Stephen Franse, bassoon, concert, July 15, 1972
5-6. Concentus Musicus, October 30, 1974
1-2. Michel, baroque oboe and baroque and renaissance recorders, James Weaver, harpsichord, concert, November 2, 1974
3-4. Quartetto Esterhazy, concert, November 11, 1974
5-6. 19th century American ballroom music, March 11, 1974
1-2. James Weaver, concert, February 23, 1974
3-4. James Weaver, organ concert, February 24, 1974
5-6. Bach, Goldberg Variations, April 22, 1974
1-2. Mozart concert, Jean Hakes, soprano, Sonya Monosoff, violin, Malcolm Bilson, May 12, 1974
3-4. Mozart concert, soprano, violin, viola, fortepiano and chamber orchestra, May 11, 13, 1974
5-6. Franz Brueggen, recorder and baroque flute, Alan Curtis, harpsichord, concert, April 1, 1974
1. Music and Ballroom Dance, 1840-1860
2-3. Baroque Music and Dance, March 24, 1974
4-5. Frans Brueggen, recorder and baroque flute, Alan Curtis, harpsichord, concert, March 31, 1974