Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
The Bank of America Black American Sheet Music Collection consists of approximately 4000 pieces of published sheet music created, performed, or published by African American musicians in the nineteenth or twentieth centuries or that portrays African American themes during these periods in the United States.
Sheets are individually catalouged. Use the USF Libraries catalogue to search specific titles, authors, or performers.
Beginning in 1957, poet John Hall Wheelock corresponded with Dr. Lee Shackson, chairman of the Music Department at the University of South Florida and author of a musical composition based on Wheelock’s poem, “Noon: Amagansett Beach.” Materials in this collection relate to the composition and exhange of ideas in relation to the aforementioned project.
This collection consists of over 300 scores of music by Japanese performers issued by the Japan Federation of Composers along with their Catalogue of Publications (1925-). The compositions in this collection contain pieces for violin, piano, cello, flute, clarinet, guitar, harp, electric organ, harpsichord, horns and other instruments. Miscellaneous materials include books, sound discs, records and pamphlets.