Duke University

http://scriptorium.lib.duke.edu/findaids/burke/

http://scriptorium.lib.duke.edu/sheetmusic/

Sonny Burke Collection

Historic American Sheet Music (which also appears in different form as part of the American Memory Project)

 

Both of the finding aids have modifications to enhance display (e.g., labels) or retrieval of specialized information.

 

Sonny Burke

In the Sonny Burke finding aid, the first part of the document follows the standard format but the container list, which gives information about each title within the container, contains special modifications for music in the form of "origination labels".  The labels provide some degree of specific search capability, since the word "composer," or "arranger" is within 2-3 words of the name.

 

Display:

Title: Artistry en mambo

Chart no.: 00

Composer: Stan Kenton

Arranger/Copyist: Johnny O'Valle

Instrumentation: Alto sax (2), tenor sax (1), baritone sax (1), trumpets (4), trombones (4)

 

SGML tags:

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<unittitle label="Title: ">Artistry en mambo</unittitle>

<physloc label="Chart no.: " type="chart">00</physloc>

<origination label="Composer: "><persname>Stan Kenton</persname></origination>

<origination label="Arranger/Copyist: "><persname>Johnny O'Valle</persname></origination></did>

<scopecontent><head>Instrumentation: </head>

<p>Alto sax (2), tenor sax (1), baritone sax (1), trumpets (4), trombones (4)</p></scopecontent>

</c01>

 

Historic American Sheet Music (as accessed at Duke)

Technical information about the project: http://scriptorium.lib.duke.edu/findaids/findaids_tech.html

 

Display (of one record):

 

Collection/Call Number/Copies: Music #733

Title: Barnum's baby show polka

Publication Date: 1855

Composer: Brown, Francis H. (Francis Henry), 1818-1891

Engraver: Rosalia

Lithographer: Sarony & Co.

[Image displayed here]

/sheetmusic/n/n07/n0733/View this piece

 

Publication Information

City of Publication: New York

State of Publication: New York

Publisher: S.T. Gordon

Publication Date: 1855

Pagination: 6

Instrumentation: piano

Notes

Flowers Collection

 

Subject Headings

HASM Subject Content: Dance music--Polkas

HASM Illustration Type: Human Activities of Ordinary People--Women

HASM Illustration Type: Human Activities of Ordinary People--Children

LCTGM: Mothers & children

AAT: mothers

AAT: offspring

LCSH: Polkas (Piano)

 

SGML tags:

 

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<unitid type="Collection/Call Number/Copies">Music #733</unitid>

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<unittitle label="Title">Barnum's baby show polka</unittitle>

<unitdate label="Publication Date">1855</unitdate>

<origination label="Composer">Brown, Francis H. (Francis Henry), 1818-1891</origination>

<origination label="Engraver">Rosalia</origination>

<origination label="Lithographer">Sarony &amp; Co.</origination></did>

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<odd><head>Publication Information</head>

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<item><geogname role="City of Publication">New York</geogname></item>

<item><geogname role="State of Publication">New York</geogname></item>

<item><corpname role="Publisher">S.T. Gordon</corpname></item>

<item><date type="Publication Date">1855</date></item></list></p>

<p><list type="simple">

<item>Pagination: 6</item>

<item>Instrumentation: piano</item></list></p></odd>

<note><p>Flowers Collection</p></note>

<controlaccess><head>Subject Headings</head>

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<item><subject source="othersource" othersource="HASM Illustration Type">Human Activities of Ordinary People--Children</subject></item>

<item><subject source="LCTGM">Mothers &amp; children</subject></item>

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Harvard University. Loeb Music Library

(http://findingaids.harvard.edu/dfap/mus.html)

Blake, Eubie, 1883- . Papers, 1970-1977:

Guide is available in SGML or HTML and uses the standard DTD, with item level description.

 

Display:

[snip]

(7) Ivan Browning, presumably to the Smiths, 1p. Note at bottom of invitation to concert by Eubie Blake and Ivan Browning at The Church of Divine Guidance in Los Angeles.

(8) Marion and Eubie Blake, presumably to the Smiths, [n.d.]. 4 printed Christmas cards.

(9) Ivan [Browning], presumably to the Smiths, [n.d.]. Christmas card with note.

(10) Ivan [Browning], presumably to the Smiths, [n.d.]. Card signed "Most sincerely Ivan and his family.

(11) Ivan [Browning], presumably to the Smiths, [n.d.], 1p.

(12) Ivan [Browning] to Peggy and Bill Smith, [n.d.], 1p., envelope. Apparently sent with newspaper clippings and articles about Eubie Blake.

Series::II. Other MaterialsBox 1

(1) Miscellaneous biographical material about Eubie Blake and Ivan Browning: newspaper clippings, journal articles, profiles, concert programs, publicity photographs, record reviews, obituaries.

(2) Photocopy of newspaper clippings about Ivan Browning.

(3) "Date Log 1979", calendar book for 1979 and envelope addressed to "Mr. &Mrs. William Smith". Printed on the front cover: "MEMORIES OF YOU From Marion & Eubie Blake."

(4) 8 issues of The Rag Times from1970-1977. Each issue of this newsletter published by the Maple Leaf Club features Eubie Blake.

(5) The Ragtimer, (Nov./Dec. 1975), published by The Ragtime Society. Issue features Eubie Blake.

Series::III. Sheet MusicBox 2

(1) I'm Just Wild About Harry, pub. M. Witmark & Sons, New York. Copyright 1921. Song from Shuffle Along. Lyrics and music by Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake.

(2) It Ain't Being Done No More, pub. Handy Brothers Music Co. Inc., New York. Copyright 1935. Music by Gene Irwin and Eubie Blake; lyrics by George Sherzer.

(3) Love Will Find a Way, pub. M. Witmark & Sons, New York. Copyright 1921. Lyrics and music by Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake. Song from Shuffle Along.

(4) Loving You the Way I Do, pub. Shapiro, Bernstein &Co. Inc., New York. Copyright 1930. Music by Eubie Blake. Lyrics by Jack Scholl and Will Morrissey. Song from Hot Rhythm.

(5) Memories of You, pub. Shapiro, Bernstein &Co. Inc. New York. Copyright 1930 and 1954. Music by Eubie Blake; words by Andy Razaf. Featured in the film The Benny Goodman Story. (cover features film)

(6) Memories of You, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., New York. Gem edition. Copyright 1930.

(7) Memories of You (featured in Lew Leslie's Blackbirds of 1930)

(8) My Handy Man Ain't Handy No More (photocopy), pub. Shapiro, Bernstein &Co., Inc., New York. Copyright 1930. Music by Eubie Blake. Lyrics by Andy Razaf. From Lew Leslie's Blackbirds of 1930.

[snip]

 

SGML tags:

Uses standard DTD, item level description for sheet music

 

[snip]

<C level="item">

<DID>

<UNITID>(7) </UNITID>

<UNITTITLE>Ivan Browning, presumably to the Smiths,

<UNITDATE></UNITDATE>1p.</UNITTITLE>

</DID>

<NOTE>

<P> Note at bottom of invitation to concert by Eubie Blake and Ivan Browning at <CORPNAME>The Church of Divine Guidance </CORPNAME> in <GEOGNAME>Los Angeles.</GEOGNAME></P>

</NOTE>

</C>

 

Miscellaneous material:

<UNITTITLE>II. Other Materials</UNITTITLE>

<CONTAINER>Box 1</CONTAINER>

</DID>

<C level="item">

<DID>

<UNITID>(1) </UNITID>

<UNITTITLE>Miscellaneous biographical material about Eubie Blake and Ivan Browning: newspaper clippings, journal articles, profiles, concert programs, publicity photographs, record reviews, obituaries. </UNITTITLE>

</DID>

</C>

<C level="item">

<DID>

<UNITID>(2) </UNITID>

<UNITTITLE>Photocopy of newspaper clippings about Ivan Browning.</UNITTITLE>

</DID>

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<C level="item">

<DID>

<UNITID>(3) </UNITID>

<UNITTITLE>"Date Log 1979", calendar book

for <UNITDATE>1979 </UNITDATE>and envelope addressed to "Mr. &amp;Mrs. William Smith".</UNITTITLE>

</DID>

<NOTE>

<P>Printed on the front cover: "MEMORIES OF YOU From Marion & Eubie Blake."</P>

</NOTE>

</C>

 

Newsletter (note the use of "CORPNAME" for indexing):

<C level="item">

<DID>

<UNITID>(4) </UNITID>

<UNITTITLE>8 issues of <TITLE>The

Rag Times</TITLE> from<UNITDATE>1970-1977. </UNITDATE></UNITTITLE>

</DID>

<NOTE>

<P>Each issue of this newsletter published by the <CORPNAME>Maple Leaf Club </CORPNAME>features Eubie Blake. </P>

</NOTE>

</C>

 

Sheet music:

<C level="item">

<DID>

<UNITID>(9) </UNITID>

<UNITTITLE><TITLE>Shuffle Along: One step song </TITLE>(photocopy), pub. <CORPNAME>M.

Witmark &amp;Sons. </CORPNAME> Copyright <UNITDATE>1921.</UNITDATE></UNITTITLE>

</DID>

<NOTE>

<P>Words &amp;Music by <PERSNAME>Noble Sissle </PERSNAME>& <PERSNAME>Eubie Blake. </PERSNAME>From <TITLE>Shuffle Along.</TITLE></P>

</NOTE>

</C>

 


New York Public Library

http://digilib.nypl.org/dynaweb/ead/music/

Charles Griffes Collection

I was unable to view the SGML of the NYPL finding aids.

 

[snip]

List of Manuscripts

 

Classmark JPB 84-1 no. 1.

Allegro assai quasi presto. Vivace / Charles T. Griffes. [1917]

1 ms. score ([17]p.); 34 cm.

Holograph signed, in ink and pencil.

For string quartet.

Anderson 97, p. 385, ms. 1.

 

Classmark JPB 84-1 no. 2.

[Allegro assai quasi presto (Sketches) / Charles T. Griffes]. [1917]

4 folders of ms. music; 39 cm.

Holographs, in pencil (2 p. photocopies).

For string quartet.

Includes some sketches from Lento e mesto (completed version published in: Two sketches for string quartet based on Indian

themes. New York: G. Schirmer, 1922).

Anderson 97, p. 390-391.

Alt Title: Sketches based an Indian themes.

 

Classmark JPB 84-1 no. 3.

[Allegro energico ma maestoso (Sketches) / Charles T. Griffes]. [1919]

[3] p. of ms. music; 34 cm.

Holograph, in pencil.

Includes some sketches from Allegro giocoso (completed version published in: Two sketches for string quartet based on Indian

themes. New York: G. Schirmer, 1922).

Anderson 98, p. 395.

Accompanied by 4 parts (copyst's mss.) and note in the hand of Oscar Sonneck.

Additional name: Sonneck, Oscar George Theodore, 1873-1928.

Alt Title: Sketches based on Indian themes.

 

[snip]


University of California, Berkeley

http://www.oac.cdlib.org:80/dynaweb/ead/ead/berkeley/music/

1750 Arch Tape Collection and Bay Area Musicians Collection

 

1750 Arch Tape Collection

            This example was selected because it includes sound recordings.  Although it includes a variety of visual and sound resources, the actual SGML tags of the finding aid closely correspond to the standard implementation of EAD.  The other finding aids seem to follow the standard manuscript traditions as well.

 

Display:

Descriptive Summary

Title

1750 Arch Tape Collection, 1972-1985

Collection number

ARCHIVES 1750 ARCH

Extent

Number of containers: 26 boxes

Number of reels: 768

Number of video cassettes: 2

Repository

The Music Library

Berkeley, California 94720-6000

 

Container List

 

Box

Dates

Reel

NRLF #

1

11/4/72--11/12/72

8

X 26 290

2

11/24/72--12/10/72

12

X 26 291

3

12/10/72--1/20-73

13

X 26 292

4

1/20/73--3/23/73

13

X 26 293

5

5/11/73--11/30/73

19

X 26 294

6

12/14/73--6/14/74

19

X 26 295

 

[snip]

 

 

24

3/28/80--5/9/80

18

X 26 313

25

5/9/80--5/3/81

19

X 26 314

26

5/5/81--1/19/85 (Plus 2 video cassettes)

7

X 26 315

 

Box

Dates

Reel

Concert

1

11/4-5/72

4

The Elizabethan Trio: Laurette Goldberg, virginals, Judith Nelson, soprano, Rella Lossy, reader, with guest artists

1

11/11-
12/72

4

Musica Mundana: Judith Nelson, soprano, Stephen Hart, tenor, Thomas Buckner, baritone, Penny Hanna, viol, Pamela Crane, viol, David Fallows, lute and organetto, "Women for Peace Benefit Concert"

2

11/24/72

2

Lea Neiman (substituting for Nathan Schwartz), piano, Bonnie Hampton, cello

2

12/1-2/72

4

Flowing Stream, "Chinese Classical and Folk Music of Ancient and Modern China"

2

12/9/72

3

Anna Carol Dudley, soprano, Ted Flath, conductor and continuo, Berkeley Chamber singers, Alden Gilchrist, conductor

2

12/10/72

3

Thomas Buckner, baritone, Stephanie Friedman, mezzo-soprano, David Hammer, tenor, Judith Nelson, soprano, Ted Flath, conductor & continuo, "Bach Cantata Concert"

3

12/10/72

1

[4th reel of above performance]

3

12/15/72

2

Nathan Schwartz, piano, Bonnie Hampton, cello

3

1/13-
14/73

6

Donald O'Brien, clarinetist, Robert Krupnick, pianist, Judiyaba, cellist

3

1/19-
20/73

4

Jospeh Kubera, pianist

4

1/19-
20/73

1

[5th reel of above performance]

4

2/3/73

6

Laurette Goldberg, harpsichordist, Frank Hubbard, guest harpsichordist

4

2/9/73

2

Nathan Schwartz, pianist, Bonnie Hampton, cellist

4

2/18/73

2

Nathan Schwartz, piano, Larry Blackshere, percussion, "An Evening of Pieces by Karlheinz Stockhausen"

4

3/23-
24/73

2

Jeanne Stark, pianist

5

5/11-
12/73

4

Joan Benson, "Playing a Broadwood pianoforte (1795) & a Verwolf clavichord (1970)"

5

5/18/73

3

Lorene Adams, soprano, Daniel Kobialka, violin, Robert M. Adams, piano

 

SGML tags:

Notice that there is no special treatment for performers or instruments.  They are simply added as if they are part of a title. 

 

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<unittitle>Flowing Stream, "Chinese Classical and Folk Music of Ancient and Modern China"</unittitle></dentry></drow></c01>

Bay Area Musicians Collection

Display:

Container List

Series I: Musicians

Subseries A: Bacon, Madi

Box      Folder            Contents

1          1            "Concerning Madi Bacon"- Press release including résumé.

2          1            Gifts of Madi Bacon. Ozalid copies of music composed by Karl Weigl: Thy Will Be Done, Hymn, [set of 7 songs] (illegible title), Shouting Sun and Black Cat.

1          2            Sing and We Chant It! San Francisco Boys Chorus conducted by Madi Bacon. LP.

 

Subseries B: Basart, Robert

Box      Folder            Contents

1          3            Memorial concert program (Dec 18, 1993).

 

Subseries C: Callaway, Ann

Box      Folder            Contents

2          2            Concerto for Bass Clarinet and Chamber Orchestra. Manuscripts originally inserted in 12''x18'' sketchbook, now separated. Uncorreted score.

1          4            Prelude [Fantasia for John Butt, Based on a Ricercar]. Sketch in pencil, 2 lvs.

1          5            Fantasia for John Butt, Based on a Ricercar. Fair copy in pencil, 3 lvs. Concert porgram for premier performance.

1          6            NGC 2997 for Piano. Cassette tape.

 

Subseries D: Gruenberg, Louis - from Gruenberg's daughter

Box      Folder            Contents

1          7            Newspaper articles (Dec 1944). re: violin concerto.

 

Subseries E: Jones, Edgar

Box      Folder            Contents

1          8            Correspondence with Howard Skinner regarding engagement in performance of Milhaud's David.

1          9            Milhaud. Cantate de Psaumes, full score. Jones's performance copy.

1          10            Milhaud. Catalogue de Fleurs. Jones's performance copy.

[snip]

 

SGML tags:

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<unittitle>Gifts of Madi Bacon. Ozalid copies of music composed by Karl

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<unittitle><title>Sing and We Chant It! </title>San Francisco Boys Chorus

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<unittitle>Memorial concert program

<unitdate>(Dec 18,

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<unittitle>Subseries C: Callaway, Ann</unittitle></did>

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<unittitle><title>NGC 2997 for Piano. </title>Cassette

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<unittitle>Subseries D: Gruenberg, Louis - from Gruenberg's

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<unittitle>Newspaper articles

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<entry spanname="c1-3">Box</entry>

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<entry spanname="c7-20">Contents</entry></row></thead>

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<dentry spanname="c7-20">

<unittitle>Correspondence with Howard Skinner regarding engagement in

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<unittitle>Milhaud. <title>Cantate de Psaumes, </title>full score. Jones's

performance copy.</unittitle></dentry></drow></c03>

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<drow>

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<container type="box">1</container></dentry>

<dentry spanname="c4-6">

<container type="folder">10</container></dentry>

<dentry spanname="c7-20">

<unittitle>Milhaud. <title>Catalogue de Fleurs. </title>Jones's performance

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<c02 level="subseries">

[snip]

 


University of California at Los Angeles

http://www.oac.cdlib.org/dynaweb/ead/berkeley/music/

Excerpts of finding aids for the Walter Lantz collection of Woody Woodpecker scores and CBS Television and Film Music Collection

 

Walter Lantz Collection

Display:

PRODUCTION SCORES

 

AFTER THE BALL Year: 1956 Production: U-52

Box      Folder            Description

6          8            Clarence Wheeler holograph score.

34        2            Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.

 

ALLEY TO BALI Year: 1954 Production: U-30

Box      Folder            Description

9          5            Clarence Wheeler holograph score.

30        5            Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch. File also includes music effects sketches.

 

AMERICAN RED CROSS: BLOOD IS NEEDED Year: 1953 Production: RX-1

Box      Folder            Description

5          10            Clarence Wheeler holograph score. [Cues M-7 thru M-9 of U-19 are the score for RX-1.]

29        5            Bar sheets & detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.

 

ARTS AND FLOWERS Year: 1956 Production: U-60

Box      Folder            Description

15        6            Clarence Wheeler holograph score.

32        6            Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch. File also contains sketches for Cues M-31(Main Title), M-32T, & M-32DT.

 

BANQUET BUSTERS Year: 1948 Production: UA-3

Box      Folder            Description

25        8            Sheet music for "Zampa" (overture) by F. Herold with Darrell Calker annotation.

25        14            Darrell Calker short score (master copy).

 

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CBS Television and Film Music Collection

Example of the left frame:

 

Descriptive Summary

Administrative Information

   Scope and Content

   Container List

      1. Gunsmoke

      2. Have Gun Will Travel

      3. Hawaii 5-0

      4. Perry Mason

      5. Pete and Gladys

      6. Playhouse 90

      7. Rawhide

      8. Scrooge

 

Example of the right frame (if Gunsmoke is selected)

1. Gunsmoke

Description                        Box

Gunsmoke. Broughton, William (composer). TV Series. Score no:

GS2000-2099.                        243

Gunsmoke. Broughton, William (composer). TV Series. Score no:

GS2300-2399.                        291

Gunsmoke. Davis, Joel (composer). TV Series. Score no: GS0100-0200.

1965-66 season.            244

Gunsmoke. Dunlap, Paul (composer). "Brother Whelp." TV Series. Score

no: CPN5821. Full score. Format: MS. Also includes copy of orchestra                        sheet 97

[snip]

 

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Score no: GS0100-0200. 1965-66 season.</unittitle></dentry>

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