Music -- Instruction and study
Found in 7 Records:
Ledwith received his M.B. in 1935 from the New England Conservatory and his M.A. from Harvard University in 1942. He joined the University of Kansas faculty in 1954, teaching music theory in the School of Fine Arts until 1975. He died in 1975. This collection consists of a manuscript, "Music a la Carte."
The collection consists of a song book compiled by George Heller from one of his music education and therapy classes in 1980, and also a book of instruction for guitar written by Heller from one of his classes in 2000; both volumes have accompanying CDs.
Cass taught Music Theory at the University of Kansas from 1940-1973. This collection consists of music scores and manuscripts.
This collection includes sheet music scores, teaching materials, correspondence, and other records from the career of John Pozdro, a composer who taught for most of his career at the University of Kansas during the latter half of the 20th century.
This collection consists of two books from the turn of the century, The Musicians' Yearbook and Elements of Harmony.
Raymond Stuhl taught cello at the University of Kansas from 1939-1977. This collection consists of music programs, photographs, and correspondence bewteen Raymond and Alberta.