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    • Ellis Larkins (adult) 

      Unknown author (2011-08-12)
      Known as the connoisseur's jazz artist, pianist Ellis Larkins began his early musical training at home in Baltimore. By the age of seven, young Larkins was playing Mozart. Ellis Larkins studied on full scholarship with ...
    • Ellis Larkins (child) 

      Unknown author (2011-08-12)
      Ellis Larkins (far left) is seen here with the contestants in a musical talent contest sponsored by the Hecht Company in the late 1930s.
    • En bateau; extrait de la Petite suite. Flute et piano. Transcription pour flute et piano par L. Lafleurance. 

      Lafleurance, L.; Debussy, Claude, 1862-1918 (Paris : Durand ; New York : Marks Music, c1906., 1906)
    • [Eric Friedheim] 

      Unknown author (2011-08-30)
      Photograph of Eric Friedheim (1910 - 2002), son of Arthur and Madeleine Friedheim.
    • [Eric Friedheim] 

      Unknown author (2011-08-30)
      Arthur and Madeleine's son, Eric Friedheim (1910 - 2002).
    • Ethel Ennis 

      Unknown author (2011-10-11)
      Photograph, oral history and transcript of interview.
    • Ethel Ennis 

      Unknown author (2011-08-12)
      Ethel Ennis at age 17, just before she recorded her first release on the Savoy Label. (Photo courtesy of Ethel Ennis)
    • "Eubie" Blake 

      Unknown author (2011-08-12)
      James Hubert "Eubie" Blake was born on February 7, 1883, in a four room house, 319 Forrest Street (near Belair Market). Blake studied harmony with W. Lewellyn Wilson and conducting with Will Marion Cook (who had studied ...
    • Eugene Prettyman 

      Unknown author (2011-10-11)
      Photograph, oral history and transcript of interview.
    • Excerpt from "Experimental Cinema No. 5" 1934 

      Schillinger, Joseph, 1895-1943 (1940-05-13)
      Typed excerpt from an article by Joseph Schillinger on theories of music in cinema and philosophies of art in general.
    • Famous Musicians of a Wandering Race [title page] 

      Saleski, Gdal, 1888-1966 (1928-02-04)
      Title page of "Famous Musicians of a Wandering Race" autographed by Gdal Saleski and presented to the Friedheim Music Library of the Peabody Institute.
    • Fannie Newton Moragne 

      Unknown author (2011-10-11)
      Oral history and transcript of interview.
    • Flink Johnson Combo 

      Unknown author (2011-10-04)
      From the "Sounds & Stories" online exhibit.
    • [Friedheim's private teaching studio] 

      Unknown author (1920)
      Photograph of the exterior of Arthur Friedheim's private teaching studio, located on Riverside Drive in Manhattan (New York City).
    • The future of American music 

      Schillinger, Joseph, 1895-1943 (2011-04-12)
      Manuscript in Joseph Schillinger's hand discussing the state of American music: "The progress of American arts can only be compared with the economic and industrial progress of this country."
    • Giulia Gonzaga 

      Friedheim, Arthur, 1859-1932 (2011-08-23)
      Holograph sketch from Arthur Friedheim's uncompleted opera "Giulia Gonzaga."
    • "Grandpa's House" 

      Unknown author (2011-08-30)
      Photograph identified only as "Grandpa's House"; inscription presumably written by Eric Friedheim to describe the London home of his maternal grandfather Wilhelm Sander, a German shipbroker.
    • Great Lakes Training Center Octet 

      Unknown author (2011-10-04)
      From the "Sounds & Stories" online exhibit.
    • Gwendolyn L. Nichols 

      Unknown author (2011-10-11)
      Photograph and oral history.
    • Henry Baker and Reppard Stone 

      Unknown author (2011-10-11)
      Photographs, oral history and transcript of interview