Music -- 20th century

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Harold Goddard Papers

Identifier: AC 0588

Violinist Harold "Rusty" Goddard was born in 1924 and obtained a B.A. and M.A. in music from the University of Colorado. The collection includes campus music performance programs, campus publications, correspondence, Lake Tahoe Music Camp material, issues of "Nevada Notes," and newspaper clippings.

Dates: 1960-1982

In Rawhide where young and old are finding gold: letter to a sweetheart

Identifier: NC625

Sheet music with lyrics by Fred E. Jones about mining in Rawhide.,Cover contains photos of Rawhide. The collection contains material from 1908 created by Glenn W. Ashleigh.

Dates: 1908

Daniel Lanza Sheet Music

Identifier: 90-66

Daniel Lanza was a New York City composer. The collection includes sheet music composed by Lanza and includes: Forever Lasting Peace; Do What You Can; Wars and Peace; Wars; Stop Fighting; The Policeman; The United States of America; Colognes, Perfumes and Flowers; and The Library.

Dates: 1957-1966

Sheet music

Identifier: 91-38

Manuscript music includes the following songs: Serenade in the night, Jim Crow, Jimmy Weaver's song, Little rosewood casket, Bury me not on the lone prairie, The night will never stay, and The pale moon climbs the midnight sky.

Dates: circa 1940s

Bruce R. Thompson Collection

Identifier: AC 0642

Bruce R. Thompson (1911-1992) was appointed to the Nevada federal district in 1963 by President John F. Kennedy, a position in which he served until his death. The collection consists of "The Blue Book for Male Voices: Twice 55," that was used by the Reno Men's Chorus, and an edited copy of a debate paper.

Dates: 1926-1932