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A. Jack Thomas and band
Many of the men who performed with A. Jack Thomas (standing, center) were highly skilled, classically trained musicians. Harrison Ward (seated 4th from left), who played flute, piccolo and violin with equal facility, studied ...
[Photograph of Frances Schillinger]
Undated photograph of Frances Schillinger (née Singer), presumably taken after her marriage to Joseph Schillinger.
Statement (Inglenook Tea Rooms)
Statement of accounts from "Inglenook Tea Rooms", listing various expenses incurred by the Friedheims.
Gwendolyn L. Nichols
Photograph and oral history.
Letter from Edvard Grieg, Geneva, to Steenberg, 1894 March 15
Autograph letter thanking Steenberg for his letter, offering encouragement, and discussing Grieg's activities. Written on stationery imprinted 'Hotel Beau-Rivage, Genève, Mayer & Kunz.' Accompanied by English translation.
March of the Orient, Op. 11
Manuscript score of Joseph Schillinger's March of the Orient, Op. 11, in the composer's hand. The cover page and title page are in Russian, while the music score is in modern notation.
Letter from composer Henry Cowell to Frances Schillinger, regretfully declining her offer to "administer the exploitation program for Joseph's system…I am devoted to the Schillinger System, and feel that anything I can do ...
Program of recordings and transcriptions of Joseph Schillinger and his students
Manuscript listing Joseph Schillinger's students and compositions.
[Wax crayon drawing]
Wax crayon drawing by Joseph Schillinger illustrating his theories about the "Mathematical Basis of the Arts". Crayon on paper.
Postcard from composer Henry Cowell to Joseph Schillinger: "I am glad t0 have the card on your article on Swing, and shall look it up with interest."