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Printed Documents - Music

 Series
Identifier: PDMusic

Dates

  • Record Keeping: undated

Extent

.6 Linear Feet

Arrangement

PD #1 Song: The North Carolina Hills: n.d.

PD #2 Sheet Music: Robert Frank Jarrett, words and music: "In The Hills I Love:" 1946.

PD #3 Sheet Music: Robert Frank Jarrett, words; R.F. Jarrett and Sadie T. Hutchinson, music: "Occoneechee:" 1936.

PD #4 Sheet Music: Robert Frank Jarrett, words and music: "In the Land of Cherokee:" n.d.

PD #5 Words by Eva Plamondon Boyd; music by Margaret Stringfield. "Hymn to the Great Smokies." N.d.

PD #6 Dodge, May Hews and John Wilson Dodge. The Gypsy Rover: A Romantic Musical Comedy in Three Acts. Cincinnati: Willis Music Co., n.d.

PD #7 Songs the Soldiers and Sailors Sing! : A Collection of Favorite Songs As Sung By the Soldiers and Sailors. New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1918.

PD #8 Atkins, James, and William J. Kirkpatrick. The Young People’s Hymnal No. 2. Nashville: Publishing House Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1901. Belonged to E.V. Madison, wife of Robert Madison.

PD #9 “I Hear America Singing”. Liberty Ed. Boston: C.C. Birchard & Co., 1918. Belonged to Robert L. Madison.

PD #10 Song Collection For Use in Summer Schools. Raleigh: State Superintendent of Public Instruction, n.d. Belonged to Robert L. Madison. (3 copies)

PD #11 Parks’ Commencement Quartets for Male, Female, and Mixed Voices. York, Neb.: J.A. Parks Co., n.d. Belonged to Robert L. Madison.

PD #12 College Songs for Girls. Compiled by Florence Leonard. Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., 1891. Belonged to Robert L. Madison.

PD #13 The Laurel Music-Reader. Edited by W.L. Tomlins. Boston: C.C. Birchard & Co., 1915. Belonged to Esther Madison, wife of Robert L. Madison. PD #14 The Most Popular College Songs. New York: Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, 1904. Belonged to Robert L. Madison.

PD #15 Institute Note Book. Presented by American Book Co., New York. n.d. (2 copies)

PD #16 North Carolina Ballads. Sung by Artus Moser, edited by Kenneth S. Goldstein. New York: Folkways Records, 1955.

PD #17 Books donated by Marlene LeGrand, daughter of Kermit Broome (1909-1998), who owned the books.

Coleman’s Male Choir. Edited and compiled by Robert H. Coleman. Dallas: Robert H. Coleman, 1928. Coleman’s New Quartet Book. Edited and compiled by Robert H. Coleman. Dallas: Robert H. Coleman, 1925. Evangelistic and Worship Hymns. Edited and compiled by R.E. Magill. Richmond, Va.: Onward Press, 1932. Gospel Quartets. By Morris, Walton and Henson. Atlanta: Southern Music Plate Co., n.d.

PD #18 Sacred Harp: A Collection of Psalm and Hymn Tunes, Odes, and Anthems. Published by B.F. White and E.J. King, Philadelphia. Includes shape note transcriptions.

PD #19 Air Stream Song Book. Carolinas Unit WBCCI, 1968. Gift of Mountain Heritage Center, Gibbs collection, MHC 96.04.051.

PD #20 Dalley, Robert L. Appalachian Music Heritage: Work Stories Behind the Songs. N.d.

PD #21 Parrott, Hattie S. Music in the Public Schools of North Carolina. Raleigh: State Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1942.

PD #22 The New Cokesbury Hymnal. Music editor Charles C. Washburn. Nashville: Cokesbury Press, 1928.

PD #23 Black Musical Traditions in Virginia: Non-Blues Secular Music. “A three-part video series produced by the Blue Ridge Institute, Ferrum College, Ferrum, Virginia, with support from the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and Public Policy and WDBJ-Television, Roanoke, Virginia.” N.d.

Black Musical Traditions in Virginia: Religious Music. “A three-part video series produced by the Blue Ridge Institute, Ferrum College, Ferrum, Virginia, with support from the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and Public Policy and WDBJ- Television, Roanoke, Virginia.” N.d.

PD #24 LP’s: “Sylva-Webster High School Band in Concert.” N.d. “Our Mountain Musical Traditions: Haywood County Arts Council.” 1981.

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