Browse School of Music by Subject "History, United States"

  • Carrell, Cynthia Thompson (1996)
    The Carl Busch Collection contains approximately 250 wind instruments of the early-nineteenth through the early-twentieth centuries. Perhaps the most significant of the 119 brass instruments are a set of American Civil War ...

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  • Silverberg, Ann Louise (1992)
    "Cecilian Reform in Baltimore, 1868-1903" traces the reform of Roman Catholic liturgical music during one of its most controversial and least researched phases. Focusing on a single American city illustrates how a portion ...

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  • Rowden, Martin Lawrence (1996)
    This study documents chronologically the history of The Salvation Army Chicago Staff Band (CSB), between 1954 and 1994. Significant events occurring since the Chicago Staff Band's foundation in 1907, but prior to 1954, are ...

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  • Weiss, Scott Anthony (2004)
    The organization that L. Bryan Shelburne, Jr. inherited in 1990 was constituted essentially as it is today, and only minor changes were made to the unit's structure. In 1997, however, 10 Master Sergeant (E8) positions were ...

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  • Bryant, Rebecca Ann (2003)
    Part II discusses the dances themselves, focusing on the contrasting pair of the fox trot and shimmy, two dances that have previously received little scholarly attention. Chapter 4 discusses the development and dominance ...

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