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Subseries 11.1
Audio recordings,1915-1988
Boxes 121-131, AV1-AV9 and LP1-LP9

Scope and Content Note

The subseries contains William Levi Dawson's audio library. The library includes audiotapes and phonograph records collected or created by Dawson from 1915-1988.

A portion of the subseries contains recordings related to Dawson. They include early recordings of performances and rehearsals at the Tuskegee Institute when Dawson was a student and a conductor, recordings of festival choirs Dawson guest conducted, and recorded speeches, events, and interviews. The series also includes several reel-to-reel tapes of African music recorded by Dawson while he traveled through Western Africa in 1952-1953.

The remainder, and largest section, of the subseries contains mostly commercially-produced recordings collected by Dawson. He maintained an extensive phonograph record collection that ranged from early classical recordings to jazz and comedic albums. This collection does not contain Dawson's entire audio library. Only rare recordings unavailable at other libraries and rare recordings of African American musical organizations were retained. A listing of the remainder of Dawson's audio library is available in the collection file at the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library (the Rose Library).

Arrangement Note

The series is divided into three categories: Dawson-related recordings, African American organizations, and General recordings. The recordings related to William Levi Dawson are arranged chronologically. All other categories arranged alphabetically by artist

Restrictions on Access

Use copies have not been made for all of the audio recordings at this time. Researchers must contact the Rose Library in advance for access to these materials. Items in boxes 126-147 require use copies; items in boxes 121-125 are open to research use.

Dawson-related recordings
Box Folder Content
123 1 Tuskegee Institute Singers, "Good News," "Live a-Humble," Victor Records (17663), 1915 [phonograph record]
123 2 Tuskegee Institute Singers, "Go Down Moses," "I Want to Be Like Jesus," Victor Records (17688), 1915 [phonograph record]
123 3 Tuskegee Institute Singers, "The Old Time Religion," "Heaven Song," "Inchin' Along," Victor Records (18075), 1916 [phonograph record]
123 4 Tuskegee Institute Singers, "Roll, Jordan Roll," "I Want God's Heaven to be Mine," "Nobody Knows the Trouble I See," Victor Records (18237), 1917 [phonograph record]
123 14 Tuskegee Choir, "Ain-a That Good News," May 1937 [phonograph record]
LP8 1-4 Tuskegee Choir on the National Broadcasting Corporation, inc. radio broadcast from Tuskegee, Alabama, October 10, 1937 [phonograph record]
LP8 5 Tuskegee Choir, "Every Time I Feel the Spirit," January 20, 1940 [phonograph record]
LP8 6-7 Columbia Concert Orchestra on the Columbia Broadcasting System's (CBS) Folk Music of America radio broadcasts, "A Negro Work Song for Orchestra," February 20, 1940 [phonograph record]
LP8 8-9 Tuskegee Choir, Christian Foreign Service Convocation, March 16, 1940 [phonograph record]
123 15 Tuskegee Choir, "Deep River," April 1, 1940 [phonograph record]
LP8 46 Tuskegee Choir, "Every Time I Feel the Spirit," "Deep River," April 7, 1940 [phonograph record]
LP8 10-11 Bernard Herman-Columbia Orchestra, "A Negro Work Song," CBS, March 6, 1943 [phonograph record]
122 Tuskegee Choir, "There Is a Balm in Gilead," ABC, March 28, 1943 [phonograph record] [damaged]
LP8 12-15 Tuskegee Choir, CBS, February 3, 1946 [phonograph record]
LP8 16-18 Tuskegee Choir, CBS, February 10, 1946 [phonograph record]
LP8 19-21 Tuskegee Choir, CBS, February 17, 1946 [phonograph record]
LP8 22-24 Tuskegee Choir, CBS, February 24, 1946 [phonograph record]
LP8 25 Tuskegee Choir, "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring," February 17, 1946 [phonograph record]
LP8 26-29 Charlie McCarthy Show, CBS radio, February 5, 1950 [phonograph record]
122 Tuskegee Choir, WPAX, April 12, 1950 [phonograph record]
LP1 1 Tuskegee Institute Choir, "Spirituals," New York: Westminster, 1951 [record cover]
LP6 1 Tuskegee Institute Choir, "Spirituals," New York: Westminster, 1951 [phonograph record]
LP8 30-31 Tuskegee Choir, ABC, December 23, 1951 [phonograph record]
LP8 40-41 United Negro College Fund (featuring the Tuskegee Choir), April 6-8, 1952
LP8 32-33 Tuskegee Choir, ABC, July 11, 1952 [phonograph record]
AV1 - William Levi Dawson's African field recordings, 1952-1953 [reel-to-reel audiotape, reel 1]
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AV1 - William Levi Dawson's African field recordings, 1952-1953 [reel-to-reel audiotape, reel 2]
AV1 - William Levi Dawson's African field recordings, 1952-1953 [reel-to-reel audiotape, reel 3]
AV1 - William Levi Dawson's African field recordings, 1952-1953 [reel-to-reel audiotape, reel 4]
AV1 - William Levi Dawson's African field recordings, 1952-1953 [reel-to-reel audiotape, reel 5]
AV1 - William Levi Dawson's African field recordings, 1952-1953 [reel-to-reel audiotape, reel 6]
AV1 - William Levi Dawson's African field recordings, 1952-1953 [reel-to-reel audiotape, reel 7]
AV1 - William Levi Dawson's African field recordings, 1952-1953 [reel-to-reel audiotape, reel 8]
AV1 - William Levi Dawson's African field recordings, 1952-1953 [reel-to-reel audiotape, reel 9]
AV1 - William Levi Dawson's African field recordings, 1952-1953 [reel-to-reel audiotape, reel 10]
AV1 - William Levi Dawson's African field recordings, 1952-1953 [reel-to-reel audiotape, reel 11]
AV1 - William Levi Dawson's African field recordings, 1952-1953 [reel-to-reel audiotape, reel 12]
AV1 - William Levi Dawson's African field recordings, 1952-1953 [reel-to-reel audiotape, reel 13]
AV1 - William Levi Dawson's African field recordings, 1952-1953 [reel-to-reel audiotape, reel 14]
AV1 - William Levi Dawson's African field recordings, 1952-1953 [reel-to-reel audiotape, reel 15]
AV2 - William Levi Dawson's African field recordings, 1952-1953 [reel-to-reel audiotape, reel 16]
AV2 - William Levi Dawson's African field recordings, 1952-1953 [reel-to-reel audiotape, reel 17]
LP8 34-35 Tuskegee Choir, Eddie Fisher's "Coke Time" Christmas Program, NBC, December 25, 1953 [phonograph record]
LP8 36-37 Tuskegee Choir, Eddie Fisher's "Coke Time" Christmas Program, NBC, January 1, 1954, [phonograph record]
LP8 38-39 Tuskegee Choir, ABC, July 12, 1954 [phonograph record]
LP8 42-45 United Negro College Fund convocation, March 20, 1955 [phonograph record]
123 9 United Negro College Fund, A Musical Christmas Card, "Carol of the Bells," "Mary Had a Baby," "Go Tell It On The Mountain," "I Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray," "Oh Mary What You Gonna Name That Pretty Little Baby," "Twelve Days of Christmas," "Holly and the Ivy," "Hear Little Angels," 1955 [phonograph record]
AV3 Choral group in Madrid, Spain led by WLD, September 15, 1956 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
LP1 2 New York State School Music Association Annual Conference [WLD conducts], 1956 [record cover]
LP6 2-3 New York State School Music Association Annual Conference [WLD conducts], 1956 [phonograph record]
LP6 4-5 White Plains Sectional All-State Program [WLD conducts], 1957 [phonograph record]
LP6 6 Rockland County Music Festival [WLD conducts], 1958 [phonograph record]
AV5 Fisk College Choir Christmas Concert, December 1958 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV4 Pearl High School Band rehearsal [WLD conducting], [1959?] [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV3 Fisk University Choir [WLD conducts] Hiawatha's Wedding Feast, [1959] [reel-to-reel audiotape]
LP1 3 Fisk University Choir [WLD conducts], "Fisk University Choir," (with Hiawatha's Wedding Feast), 1959 [record cover]
LP6 7-8 Fisk University Choir [WLD conducts], "Fisk University Choir," (with Hiawatha's Wedding Feast), 1959 [phonograph record]
AV5 Fisk University Choir [WLD conducts], concert, April 26, 1959 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV3 1960 Choral Clinic, Alexandria Minnesota, 1960 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
LP1 4 New York State School Music Association Directors' Conference [WLD conducts], Rochester, New York, 1960 [record cover]
LP6 9-11 New York State School Music Association Directors' Conference [WLD conducts], Rochester, New York, 1960 [phonograph record]
LP1 5 William Dawson Chorale, "Merry Are the Bells" [WLD conducts], New York: SESAC Recordings, [1960s] [record cover]
LP6 12 William Dawson Chorale, "Merry Are the Bells" [WLD conducts], New York: SESAC Recordings, [1960s] [phonograph record]
LP6 13 All-Maryland High School Chorus [WLD conducts], 1961 [phonograph record]
AV3 Minnesota Music Educators Association Annual Mid-Winter Music Clinic, chorus, Minneapolis, Minnesota, January 26-27, 1962 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV3 Minnesota Music Educators Association Annual Mid-Winter Music Clinic, band, Minneapolis, Minnesota, January 26-27, 1962 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
LP1 6-8 New York All-State High School Concert [WLD conducts], 1962 [phonograph cover]
LP6 14-15 New York All-State High School Concert [WLD conducts], 1962
LP1 9 Massachusetts Music Educators' Association All-State Festival Concert [WLD conducts], Springfield, Massachusetts, 1963 [record cover]
LP6 16-18 Massachusetts Music Educators' Association All-State Festival Concert [WLD conducts], Springfield, Massachusetts, 1963 [phonograph record]
123 16 Unknown, Negro Folk Symphony, WQXR, 1964 [phonograph record]
LP1 10 New York State School Music Association Festival Concert [WLD conducts], Buffalo, New York, 1965 [record cover]
LP6 19 New York State School Music Association Festival Concert [WLD conducts], Buffalo, New York, 1965 [phonograph record]
123 17 Toledo Public School High School Choral Festival, March 28, 1965
AV3 Negro Folk Symphony rehearsal [unknown group], March 16, 1966 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV3 Negro Folk Symphony rehearsal [unknown group], March 23, 1966 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
LP1 11 Tuskegee Institute Choir, "15 Spirituals," New York: Westminster, 1968 [record cover]
LP1 12 Talladega College Choir, "The Ordering of Moses," [WLD conducts] New York: Crest Records, 1968 [record cover]
LP6 20 Talladega College Choir, "The Ordering of Moses," [WLD conducts] New York: Crest Records, 1968 [phonograph record]
AV7 3 North Carolina Festival Chorus, 1971 [audiocassette]
LP1 13 North Carolina Music Festival [WLD conducts], 1971 [record cover]
LP6 21 North Carolina Music Festival [WLD conducts], 1971[phonograph record]
AV3 Interview of WLD, James Hall, Houston, Texas, 1971 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV3 Houston, Texas Choral Festival [rehearsal and part of concert], May 13, 1971 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV4 Houston, Texas Choral Festival, Houston, Texas, 1970 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV3 Houston, Texas Choral Festival [part of performance], May 13, 1971 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
LP1 14 Tuskegee Institute Choir, "Spirituals," Los Angeles: Westminster Recording, 1971 [record cover]
LP6 22 Tuskegee Institute Choir, "Spirituals," Los Angeles: Westminster Recording, 1971 [phonograph record]
AV7 19 Tuskegee Alumni, Philadelphia Chapter, Golden Anniversary Dinner, Ralph Ellison speaking, (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,) 4 December 1971 [audiocassette]
AV7 2 Ethnic Arts Festival, Dallas, Texas, [WLD conducts], [2 parts] 1972 [audiocassette]
LP1 15 American Symphony Orchestra, Leopold Stokowski, conductor, "Negro Folk Symphony," New York: Decca, 1973 [record cover]
LP6 23 American Symphony Orchestra, Leopold Stokowski, conductor, "Negro Folk Symphony," New York: Decca, 1973 [phonograph record]
AV7 25 Columbus College choral concert, (Columbus, Georgia), February 8, 1974 [side A] [audiocassette]
AV6 29 Wayne State Men's Glee Club, 3 Spirituals Alumni Concert, [WLD conducts] 1976 [part 1] [audiocassette]
AV6 30 Wayne State Men's Glee Club, 3 Spirituals Alumni Concert [WLD conducts], 1976 [part 2] [audiocassette]
AV7 24 "The Black Composer" radio broadcast, WHRO FM (Hampton Roads, Virginia), 12 March 1979 [audiocassette]
AV5 Interview with William Levi Dawson, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 1979
AV2 - William L. Dawson Choral Concert, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 8, 1979 [reel-to-reel audiotape, reel 1 of 2]
AV2 - William L. Dawson Choral Concert, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 8, 1979 [reel-to-reel audiotape, reel 2 of 2]
LP8 47-48 William L. Dawson concert, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 8, 1979 [phonograph record]
LP1 16 Stephen Smith Home For the Aged Benefit Concert, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 1979 [record cover]
LP6 24 Stephen Smith Home For the Aged Benefit Concert, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 1979 [ phonograph record]
AV2 - Stephen Smith Home For the Aged Benefit Concert, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 1979 [reel-to-reel recording]
LP1 17 Georgia Music Educators Association All-State College Chorus [WLD conducts], Atlanta, Georgia, 1980 [record cover]
LP6 25 Georgia Music Educators Association All-State College Chorus [WLD conducts], Atlanta, Georgia, 1980 [phonograph record]
LP1 18 Gainesville Chorale, "A Choral Concert," [WLD conducts], Atlanta: Bill Bailey, 1981 [record cover]
LP6 26 Gainesville Chorale, "A Choral Concert," [WLD conducts], Atlanta: Bill Bailey, 1981 [phonograph record]
AV7 21 Mendelssohn Singers concert, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1981 [audiocassette]
AV7 20 Interview with William Levi Dawson, The Sunday Show (National Public Radio), 1982 [audiocassette]
LP1 19 Louisiana All-State Concert [WLD conducts], Northwestern State University, 1984 [record cover]
LP6 27-28 Louisiana All-State Concert [WLD conducts], Northwestern State University, 1984 [phonograph record]
AV7 18 Louisiana All-State Concert [WLD conducts], Northwestern State University, 1984 [audiocassette]
AV7 22 Union Baptist Senior Choir, concert [WLD conducts], Baltimore, Maryland, 1984 [audiocassette]
AV7 23 WQXR Broadcasts [featuring WLD], New York, August 31, 1987 [audiocassette]
AV5 Huntsville Symphony, Negro Folk Symphony, undated [reel-to-reel recording]
AV7 4 John Work Chorale, concert [WLD conducts], Chicago, Illinois, undated [audiocassette]
AV7 6 National Association of Musicians, Chicago Illinois [WLD conducts], undated [audiocassette]
LP8 49-52 Tuskegee Institute Choir, "Christmas Concert," undated [phonograph record]
123 5 Tuskegee Institute Choir, Spirituals, William Dawson director, Westminster/ Cosmo records, "Hail Mary," "Behold the Star," "Ain'-a Good News" [FM 8505, phonograph record 1 of 4], undated
123 6 Tuskegee Institute Choir, Spirituals, William Dawson director, Westminster/ Cosmo records, "Ev'ry Time I Feel The Spirit," "Behold the Star," [FM 8506, phonograph record 2 of 4], undated
123 7 Tuskegee Institute Choir, Spirituals, William Dawson director, Westminster/ Cosmo records, "There Is a Balm in Gilead," "Deep River," [FM 8507, phonograph record 3 of 4], undated
123 8 Tuskegee Institute Choir, Spirituals, William Dawson director, Westminster/ Cosmo records, "Dat Suits Me," "Peter On the Sea," "Soon--Ah Will Be Done," [FM 8508, phonograph record 4 of 4], undated
AV4 Tuskegee Institute Choir rehearsal, undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV3 Tuskegee Institute Choir, undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV6 25 Tuskegee Institute Quartet, undated [audiocassette]
123 10 Tuskegee Institute Quartet, "The Old-Time Religion," "Steal Away to Jesus," Victor Records (20519), undated [phonograph record]
123 11 Tuskegee Institute Quartet, "Go Down Moses," "I Want To Be Like Jesus," Victor Records (20518), undated [phonograph record]
123 18 Tuskegee Institute Quintet, "My God Is So High," undated [phonograph record]
AV7 14 Unidentified, African American folk songs, 1984 [audiocassette]
123 19 Unidentified, "Ain't That A-Good News," undated
LP8 53 Unidentified "Dahomy and Nigeria," undated [phonograph record]
AV7 16 Unidentified concert [WLD conducts?], Dallas, Texas, undated
AV7 11 Unidentified concert [WLD conducts?], Dallas, Texas, undated
AV7 1 Unidentified, "Ezekiel Saw de Wheel," undated [audiocassette]
AV4 Unidentified, Hiawatha's Wedding Feast, See Unidentified, "Hiawatha's Wedding Feast"
123 20 Unidentified, Hiawatha's Wedding Feast, undated [phonograph record]
AV4 Unidentified, "I Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray," undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
123 21 Unidentified, In the Fields, undated, [phonograph record]
AV2 - Unidentified, In the Fields, undated, [reel-to-reel audiotape]
123 22 Unidentified, "My God Is So High," undated [phonograph record]
AV5 Unidentified, Negro Folk Symphony, undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV7 9-10 Unidentified, WLD receiving an award, undated [audiocassette]
AV7 17 Unidentified, "Slumber Song," [WLD present], undated [audiocassette]
AV7 13 Unidentified, "Soon-Ah Will Be Done," undated [audiocassette]
African American organizations
LP1 20 Abyssinian Baptist Church Choir, New York, "Blessed Art Thou: A Tribute," undated [record cover]
LP6 29 Abyssinian Baptist Church Choir, New York, "Blessed Art Thou: A Tribute," undated [phonograph record]
AV6 Atlanta Junior College Choir, November 1985 [audiocassette]
LP1 21 Billups, Rev. W.A., "Amazing Grace," N.S. Sound, undated [record cover]
LP6 30 Billups, Rev. W.A., "Amazing Grace," N.S. Sound, undated [phonograph record]
LP1 22 Boggs Academy a cappella Choir, Keysville, Georgia, Atlanta: Mark Educational Recordings, undated [record cover]
LP6 31 Boggs Academy a cappella Choir, Keysville, Georgia, Atlanta: Mark Educational Recordings, undated [phonograph record]
LP6 32 Cass Technical High School Symphony Band, "MENC Biennial Convention," Silver Crest, 1968 [phonograph record]
LP1 23 Christ Ebons Contemporary Singers, "Perfect Peace," Kansas City, 1979 [record cover]
LP7 15 Christ Ebons Contemporary Singers, "Perfect Peace," Kansas City, 1979 [phonograph record]
LP1 24 Cleveland, James and the Angelic Choir, "The Grace of God" (volume 6), Newark, New Jersey: Savoy Record Company, undated [record cover]
LP6 33 Cleveland, James and the Angelic Choir, "The Grace of God" (volume 6), Newark, New Jersey: Savoy Record Company, undated [phonograph record]
AV7 28 Pennsylvania District 101 Educational Association chorus, February 1987
LP1 25 Douglas Memorial Community Church Choir, Baltimore, Maryland, "Douglas Memorial Community Church Choir," 1972 [record cover]
LP6 34 Douglas Memorial Community Church Choir, Baltimore, Maryland, "Douglas Memorial Community Church Choir," 1972 [phonograph record]
LP1 26 Douglas Memorial Community Church Choir, Baltimore, Maryland, "In His Care," 1973 [record cover]
LP6 35 Douglas Memorial Community Church Choir, Baltimore, Maryland, "In His Care," 1973 [phonograph record]
LP1 27 Douglas Memorial Community Church Choir, Baltimore, Maryland, "Sweet Home," 1978 [record cover]
LP6 36 Douglas Memorial Community Church Choir, Baltimore, Maryland, "Sweet Home," 1978 [phonograph record]
LP1 28 Ebenezer Seventh-Day Adventist Church Choir, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, "Heaven: What's It All About?" undated [record cover]
LP6 37-38 Ebenezer Seventh-Day Adventist Church Choir, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, "Heaven: What's It All About?" undated [phonograph record]
LP1 29 Ebenezer Seventh-Day Adventist Church Choir, Thousand Oaks, California, "The Lord Is My Light," Mountain View, California: Chapel Records, 1981 [record cover]
LP6 39-40 Ebenezer Seventh-Day Adventist Church Choir, Thousand Oaks, California, "The Lord Is My Light," Mountain View, California: Chapel Records, 1981 [phonograph record]
LP1 30 Florida A and M University Marching Band, "FAMU Spirit," Redwood City, California: Fidelity Sound Recordings, undated [record cover]
LP6 41 Florida A and M University Marching Band, "FAMU Spirit," Redwood City, California: Fidelity Sound Recordings, undated [phonograph record]
LP5 8 Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University Symphonic Band, Dr. William P Foster conductor, undated [record cover]
123 12 Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University Symphonic Band, Dr. William P. Foster conductor, "La Fiesta Mexicana," "Au Pays Lorrain," "The Flying Dutchman," Fidelity Records, [phonograph record 1 of 2]
123 13 Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University Symphonic Band, Dr. William P. Foster conductor, "La Fiesta Mexicana," "A Mozart Festival," "Symphonic Suite," "Intrda-Chorale-March-Antique Dance-Jubilee," Fidelity Records, [phonograph record 2 of 2]
LP1 31 Houston Post Office Chorale, Clyde Owen Jackson, conductor, Austin Custom Records, 1967 [record cover]
LP7 16 Houston Post Office Chorale, Clyde Owen Jackson, conductor, Austin Custom Records, 1967 [phonograph record]
LP1 32 Howard D. Woodson Senior High School Male Chorus, "1975 MENC Eastern," Huntington Station, New York: Crest Records, 1975 [record cover]
LP6 42 Howard D. Woodson Senior High School Male Chorus, "1975 MENC Eastern," Huntington Station, New York: Crest Records, 1975 [phonograph record]
LP1 33 McLin, Lena, "Live Performance at Wheeler Avenue," Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church, Houston, Texas, 1977 [record cover]
LP6 43 McLin, Lena, "Live Performance at Wheeler Avenue," Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church, Houston, Texas, 1977 [phonograph record]
LP2 1 Morgan State College Choir, "Music of Early Black Composers: ACDA Live Concert," 1975 [record cover]
LP6 44 Morgan State College Choir, "Music of Early Black Composers: ACDA Live Concert," 1975 [phonograph record]
LP2 2 Morgan State University Choir, "Black Composers: Music of Praise," [1977] [record cover]
LP6 45 Morgan State University Choir, "Black Composers: Music of Praise," [1977] [phonograph record]
LP2 3 Morris College Chorale, "Morris College Chorale," volume 2, Century Records, undated [record cover]
LP6 46 Morris College Chorale, "Morris College Chorale," volume 2, Century Records, undated [phonograph record]
AV6 20 Mt. Carmel Church, Sacred Music Concert, 1989 [audiocassette]
LP2 4 Nashville First Baptist Church, "First Baptist Sings," Columbia Productions, [1960s] [record cover]
LP6 47 Nashville First Baptist Church, "First Baptist Sings," Columbia Productions, [1960s] [phonograph record]
AV6 19 Norfolk State University, "A Salute to Black Composers," 1988 [audiocassette]
LP4 3 Norfolk State University, Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Crest Records, 1980 [record cover] [signed]
LP7 17 Norfolk State University, Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Crest Records, 1980
LP2 5 North Jersey Philharmonic Glee Club, "An Afro-American Song Book," undated [record cover]
LP6 48 North Jersey Philharmonic Glee Club, "An Afro-American Song Book," undated [phonograph record]
LP2 6 Oakland College Aeolians, Huntsville, Alabama, "Oh Freedom," Los Angeles: Beegee Records, 1974 [record cover]
LP6 49 Oakland College Aeolians, Huntsville, Alabama, "Oh Freedom," Los Angeles: Beegee Records, 1974 [phonograph record]
LP2 7 Pearl High School, "Symphonic Band in Concert," 1967 [record cover]
LP6 50 Pearl High School, "Symphonic Band in Concert," 1967 [phonograph record]
LP2 8 Prairie View A and M University Chorale, "Prairie View A and M University Chorale," Austin, Texas: ACR, undated [record cover]
LP6 51 Prairie View A and M University Chorale, "Prairie View A and M University Chorale," Austin, Texas: ACR, undated [phonograph record]
LP2 9 Public Schools of the District of Columbia, "All-City Choral Music Festival," Washington, DC: Edgewood Recording Studio, 1968 [record cover]
LP6 52 Public Schools of the District of Columbia, "All-City Choral Music Festival," Washington, DC: Edgewood Recording Studio, 1968 [phonograph record]
LP2 10 Scott High School Symphonic Choir, "Scott High School Symphonic Choir in Concert," Toledo, Ohio, 1964-1965 [record cover]
LP6 53 Scott High School Symphonic Choir, "Scott High School Symphonic Choir in Concert," Toledo, Ohio, 1964-1965 [phonograph record]
LP2 11 St. Philip's Boys and Young Men's Choir, "Buffalo Arts and Music School in Concert," Buffalo, New York, Clarence, New York: Mark Records, 1981 [record cover]
LP7 1 St. Philip's Boys and Young Men's Choir, "Buffalo Arts and Music School in Concert," Buffalo, New York, Clarence, New York: Mark Records, 1981 [phonograph record]
LP2 12 Tougaloo College Choir, "To You, From Tougaloo," Waco, Texas: Word Records, undated [record cover]
LP7 2 Tougaloo College Choir, "To You, From Tougaloo," Waco, Texas: Word Records, undated [phonograph record]
LP2 13 Tuskegee Institute Choir, "Tuskegee Institute Choir Live," undated [record cover]
LP7 3 Tuskegee Institute Choir, "Tuskegee Institute Choir Live," undated [phonograph record ]
LP2 14 Tuskegee Institute High School, "Sonic Boom in Concert," undated [record cover]
LP7 4 Tuskegee Institute High School, "Sonic Boom in Concert," undated [phonograph record]
LP2 15 Union Baptist Church Senior Choir, Baltimore, Maryland, "Keep on Singing," Baltimore: VIP Productions, undated [record cover]
LP7 5 Union Baptist Church Senior Choir, Baltimore, Maryland, "Keep on Singing," Baltimore: VIP Productions, undated [phonograph record]
AV6 27 Virginia State College Choir, Tuskegee Choir Series, 1973 [audiocassette]
LP2 16 Virginia State College Choir, "Hal Johnson Song Book," Black Heritage Series, Volume I, 1969 [record cover]
LP7 18 Virginia State College Choir, "Hal Johnson Song Book," Black Heritage Series, Volume I, 1969 [phonograph record]
LP2 17 Virginia State College Choir, "William Dawson Song Book," Black Heritage Series, volume II, Black Heritage Recordings, 1970 [record cover]
LP7 6 Virginia State College Choir, "William Dawson Song Book," Black Heritage Series, volume II, Black Heritage Recordings, 1970 [phonograph record]
LP2 18 Virginia Union University Choir, Richmond, Virginia, "I Got a Robe," Arlington, Virginia: Gerald Lewis Recording, undated [record cover]
LP7 7 Virginia Union University Choir, Richmond, Virginia, "I Got a Robe," Arlington, Virginia: Gerald Lewis Recording, undated [phonograph record]
LP2 19 Washington Chapel AME Church, Tuskegee, Alabama, "Inspirational Reflections," Coral Gables, Florida: Golden Ram Records, 1977 [record cover]
LP7 8 Washington Chapel AME Church, Tuskegee, Alabama, "Inspirational Reflections," Coral Gables, Florida: Golden Ram Records, 1977 [phonograph record]
LP2 20 Wendell Philips High Choir, "Spirituals in Europe and Christmas Joy," 1970, 1973 [record cover]
LP7 9 Wendell Philips High Choir, "Spirituals in Europe and Christmas Joy," 1970, 1973 [phonograph record]
AV6 35 Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church Choir, concert, 1989 [audiocassette]
LP2 21 Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church Youth Choir, "Bless His Holy Name," Houston, Texas: ACA Recording Studios, undated [record cover]
LP7 10 Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church Youth Choir, "Bless His Holy Name," Houston, Texas: ACA Recording Studios, undated [phonograph record]
LP2 22 Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church Youth Choir, "Chapel Choir," Houston, Texas: ACA Recording Studios, undated [record cover]
LP7 11 Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church Youth Choir, "Chapel Choir," Houston, Texas: ACA Recording Studios, undated [phonograph record]
LP2 23 Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church Choir, "Handel's Messiah and Other Sacred Works," undated [record cover]
LP7 12 Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church Choir, "Handel's Messiah and Other Sacred Works," undated [phonograph record]
AV6 34 Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church Choir, Grambling Concert Choir, 1985 [audiocassette]
LP2 24 Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church Choir, "Songs to Remember," undated [record cover]
LP7 13 Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church Choir, "Songs to Remember," undated [phonograph record]
LP2 25 Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church Choir, "Twentieth Anniversary Concert of Sacred and Secular Songs," undated [record cover]
LP7 14 Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church Choir, "Twentieth Anniversary Concert of Sacred and Secular Songs," undated [phonograph record]
General
AV7 16 Aaron, Hank, awards ceremony, undated [audiocassette]
123 26 Aceves Mejia, Miguel, "Cu-Cu-Rru-Cu-Cu Paloma," "A Grito Abierto," RCA Victor Records (70-9353), undated [phonograph record]
AV8 1 Adams, Ralph, "Devoted to You," "From Me to You," BMI (MG005), 1978 [phonograph record]
AV4 African version of the Latin Mass, undated [possibly from Ralph Ellison?], [reel-to-reel audiotape]
123 27 Al Cooper's Savoy Sultans, "Fish For Supper," "Boats," Decca Records Sepia Series (8598), 1942 [phonograph record]
AV8 2 Alexander, Joe Thomas, "He Won't Let Me Fall," "I've Been Set Free," Wam Records (311072, 1983 [phonograph record]
123 28 Ammons, Albert, and His Rhythm Kings, "Boogie Woogie at the Civic Opera," "Swanee River Boogie," Mercury Records (8210), undated [phonograph record]
LP2 26 Anderson, Marian, Songs and Spirituals, Victor Red Seal Records, 1941 [record cover]
123 29 Anderson, Marian, Songs and Spirituals, "Elegie," "When Night Descends," Victor Red Seal Records (10-1122), 1941 [phonograph record 1 of 4]
123 30 Anderson, Marian, Songs and Spirituals, "Die Schnur, Die Perl An Perle," "Will 'O The Wisp," Victor Red Seal Records (10-1123), 1941 [phonograph record 2 of 4]
123 31 Anderson, Marian, Songs and Spirituals, "My Soul's Been Anchored In The Lord," "Hard Trials," "Dere's No Hidin' Place Down Dere," Victor Red Seal Records (10-1124), 1941 [phonograph record 3 of 4]
123 32 Anderson, Marian, Songs and Spirituals, "Comin' Through The Rye," "The Cuckoo," Victor Red Seal Records (10-1122), 1941 [phonograph record 4 of 4]
LP9 1 Anderson, Marian, "Ave Maria," Aufenthalt," Victor Records (14210), undated [phonograph record
123 33 Anderson, Marian, "Der Tod Und Das Mädchen," "Die Forelle (The Trout)," Victor Records (1862), undated [phonograph record]
LP9 2 Anderson, Marian, "Dido and Aeneas," "Se Florindo E Fedele," Victor (17257), undated [phonograph record]
123 34 Anderson, Marian, "Let Us Break Bread Together," "Oh! What A Beautiful City," Victor Records (10-1040), undated [phonograph record]
123 35 Anderson, Marian, "My Mother Bids Me Bind My Hair," "She Never Told Her Love," Victor Records (10-1199), undated [phonograph record]
123 36 Anderson, Marian, "Lullaby, Op. 57, No. 2," "Hear The Wind Whispering," Victor Records (10-1260), 1947 [phonograph record]
123 37 Anderson, Marian, "Poor Me," "Hold On!" Victor Records (10-1278), 1948 [phonograph record]
LP9 3 Anderson, Marian, "Samson and Delilah," Victor Records (18008), undated [phonograph record]
LP9 4 Anderson, Marian, "Stille Tranen," "Der Nussbaum," Victor Records (11-9173), undated [phonograph record
AV3 Armstrong, Louis, undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
123 38 Arsenio Rodriguez, Conjunto, "Tú No Eres Culpable," "Timbilla," Victor Records (23-0362), undated [phonograph record]
123 39 Associated Glee Clubs of America, "Viking Song," "Songs My Mother Taught Me," Victor Records (20494), undated [phonograph record]
123 40 Augustana Choir, "Fireflies," "Echo Song," "Oh! Susanna," Victor Records (1971), undated [phonograph record]
123 41 Babs' 3 Bips and a Bop, "Oop-Pop-A-Da," "Stomping At the Savoy," Blue Note Records (534), undated [phonograph record]
123 42 Babs' 3 Bips and a Bop, "Lop-Pow," "Pay Dem Dues," Blue Notes Records (535), undated [phonograph record]
123 43 Bailey, Pearl, "St. Louis Blues," "Get It Off Your Mind," Columbia Records (37570), undated [phonograph record]
123 44 Bailey, Pearl, "I Ain't Talkin' (Though It's All Over Town)," "He Didn't Ask Me," Columbia Records (37068), undated [phonograph record]
123 45 Bailey, Pearl, "But, What Are These!" "I Need Ya Like I Need A Hole In The Head," Columbia Records (38028), undated [phonograph record]
123 46 Bailey, Pearl, "Legalize My Name," "Its A Woman's Prerogative," Columbia Records (36969), 1946 [phonograph record]
123 47 Bailey, Pearl, "Row, Row, Row," That's Good Enough For Me," Columbia Records (37280), 1947 [phonograph record]
LP2 27 Baker, Josephine, Columbia Records, undated [record cover]
123 48 Baker, Josephine, "Si J'etais Blanche," "Sans Amour," "Aux Iles Hawai," "J'ai Deux Amours," "Le Petite Tonkinoise," "Haiti," "Pardon Si Je T'importune," Columbia Records (FL 9532), undated [phonograph record]
123 49 Baker, Josephine, Chansons americaines, "Easy to Love," "Afraid to Dream," "There's a Small Hotel," "Knock-Knock," "I've Got You Under My Skin," "There's a Lull in My Life," "I'm Feelin' Like a Million," "Goodnight My Love," Columbia Records (FL 9533), undated [phonograph record]
LP2 28 Baker, Josephine, Chansons americaines, Columbia Records, undated [record cover]
LP3 1 Bando da Lua, Sambas and Marchas of Brazil, Decca Records, 1941 [record cover]
123 50 Bando da Lua, Sambas and Marchas of Brazil, "Cansado De Sambar," "N'Aldeia," Decca Records (Album No. A-289), 1941 [phonograph record 1 of 3]
123 51 Bando da Lua, Sambas and Marchas of Brazil, "Lig-Lig-Lig-Le!!!" "Maria Boa," Decca Records (Album No. A-289), 1941 [phonograph record 2 of 3]
123 52 Bando da Lua, Sambas and Marchas of Brazil, "Coo-Coo," "E Bom Parar," Decca Records (Album No. A-289), 1941 [phonograph record 3 of 3]
124 1 Barker, Blue Lu, "Here's A Little Girl from Jacksonville (Let's See What She Can Do)," "Leave My Man Alone," Capitol Records (15347), 1949 [phonograph record]
124 2 Barnet, Charlie, and his Orchestra, "Cement Mixer," "Madame Butterball," Decca Records (18862), 1946 [phonograph record, broken]
124 3 Barnet, Charlie, and his Orchestra, "Cherokee," "(Stay Up Stan) The All Night Record Man," Bluebird Records (B-10373), undated [phonograph record]
AV3 Belafonte, Harry, New York performance, November 20, [?] [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV6 36 Bell, Willie, "They Found Him Guilty of Loving," undated [audiocassette]
AV3 Bell Telephone Hour, Casals at Marlboro, December 29, 1967 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV4 Bernstein, Leonard, conducts the New York Philharmonic, undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV4 Bernstein, Leonard, conducts the Young People Concert, April 9, 1961 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV4 Bickers, Sharon, recital, undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
124 4 Big Bill, "I Feel So Good," "Tell Me Baby," Columbia Records (37088), undated [phonograph record]
124 5 Boogie Woogie, "Shout for Joy" by Albert Ammons, "Bear Cat Crawl" by Meade Lux Lewis, Columbia Records (35961), undated [phonograph record 4 of 8]
LP9 5 Booth, Webster, "Elijah," Victor Records (12609), undated [phonograph record]
LP9 6 Booth, Webster, "O Vision Entrancing," "Onaway Awake, Beloved," His Masters Voice (C.3407), undated [phonograph record]
124 6 Bostic, Earl, and His Orchestra, "September Song," "Sleep," King Records (4444), 1951 [phonograph record]
AV4 Boston Orchestra and Chorale, Mozart, Hall Johnson, and Frederick Hall, undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
124 7 Bradshaw, Tiny, and His Orchestra, "Straighten Up and Fly Right," "Bradshaw Bounce," Regis Records (1011), undated [phonograph record]
124 8 Bradshaw, Tiny, "I Hate You," "Well Oh Well," King Records (4357), undated [phonograph record]
AV3 Brahms, Johann, Symphony #1, rehearsal conducted by Charlotte Gibson, March 23, 1966 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV8 15 Branko Krsmanovich Chorus of Yugoslavia, "Salangadou," "Soon Ah Will Be Done," Monitor records (MO8W 1911), undated [phonograph record]
124 9 Braslau, Sophie, "My Jesus, as Thou Wilt," Victrola Records (64845), 1920 [phonograph record]
LP9 7-8 Brice, Carol, "Songs of a Wayfarer," Columbia Masterworks (12369-D), undated [phonograph record]
124 10 Brooks, Hadda, "Tootsie Timesie," "What Have I Done," Modern Hollywood Records (20-602), undated [phonograph record]
AV5 Brown, Oscar, "Kicks interview," March 28, 1961 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV4 Brown, Oscar, "Rags and Old Iron," January 22, 1961 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV3 Browning, John and the CBS Symphony Orchestra, Rachmaninov's 2nd Piano Concerto, June 9, 1960 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
124 11 Buckner, Milton, "Milt's Boogie," "Buck's Bop," MGM Records (10410), undated [phonograph record]
AV6 16 Burrs, Leslie, Compositions including "Mr. Dawson's Strut," undated [audiocassette]
AV6 12-13 Burrs, Leslie, "St. Ann's Motion," undated [audiocassette]
124 12 Buster Bennett Trio, "I Want to Woogie Woogie," "Don't Jive Me Baby," Columbia Records (37071), 1946 [phonograph record]
124 13 Butterfield, Erskine, "Jelly Jelly," "I Dreamt I Dwelt In Harlem," Decca Records Sepia Series (8552), 1941 [phonograph record]
124 14 Byrne, Bobby, and his Orchestra, "Down, Down, Down," "You Started Something," Decca Records (3891), undated [phonograph record]
124 15 Calloway, Cab, and his Orchestra, "I Got a Gal Named Nettie," "Hey Now, Hey Now," Columbia Records (37081), undated [phonograph record]
124 16 Calloway, Cab, and his Orchestra, "Blues In the Night," "Says Who? Says You, Says I!" OKeh Records (6422), 1941 [phonograph record]
124 17 Calloway, Cab, and his Orchestra, "A Blue Serge Suit With a Belt in the Back," "Afternoon Moon," Columbia Records (36993), 1945 [phonograph record]
124 18 Calloway, Cab, and his Orchestra, "Hi-De-Ho Man," "Necessity," Columbia Records (37312), 1947 [phonograph record]
124 19 Capilla del Monasterio de Montserrat, "O Sanctissima," "Ave Maria," La Voz De Su Amo (GY 294), 1940 [phonograph record]
LP3 2 Capitol Jazzmen, New American Jazz, Capitol Records, [1943-1944] [record cover]
124 20 Capitol Jazzmen, New American Jazz, "Clambake in B-Flat," "I'm Sorry I Made You Cry," Capitol Records (Album A-3), [1943-1944] [1009, phonograph record 1 of 4]
124 21 Capitol Jazzmen, New American Jazz, "In My Solitude," "Casanova's Lament," Capitol Records (Album A-3), [1943-1944] [1010, phonograph record 2 of 4]
124 22 Capitol Jazzmen, New American Jazz, "Sugar," "Ain't Goin' No Place," Capitol Records (Album A-3), [1943-1944] [1011, phonograph record 3 of 4]
124 23 Capitol Jazzmen, New American Jazz, "That Old Feeling," "Someday Sweetheart," Capitol Records (Album A-3), [1943-1944] [1012, phonograph record 4 of 4]
124 24 Carlisle, Una Mae, "I'm Tryin'," "Don't Tetch It!" Bluebird Records (B-11491), undated [phonograph record]
AV5 Carver, George Washington, speech at Selma University, Selma, Alabama, [reel-to-reel recording], May 27, 1942
124 25 Casals, Pablo, "Spanish Dance," "Vito," Victrola Records (1311), undated [phonograph record]
AV7 17 Carter, Dan, Palmer Weber [?], May 1982 [audiocassette]
AV4 Casals, Pablo, master class recordings, April 6, 1961 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV3 Casals, Pablo, master class recordings, April 27, 1961 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV3 Casals, Pablo, master class recordings, May 1961 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV3 Casals, Pablo, master class recordings, May-June 1961
AV4 Casals, Pablo, master class recordings, June 15, 1961 [reel-t-reel audiotape]
AV3 Casals, Pablo, master class recordings, July, 1961 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
LP3 3 Catelli Trinidad All-Stars, "Classical Jewels," 1974 [record cover, signed]
LP7 19 Catelli Trinidad All-Stars, "Classical Jewels," 1974 [phonograph record]
AV3 Catholic University of America A Cappella Choir, undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
124 26 Chamblee, Eddie, "Back Street," "Lazy Mood," Miracle Records (M-133), undated [phonograph record]
124 27 Chester, Bob, "Wait Till The Sun Shines Nellie," "I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me," Bluebird Records (B-11332), undated [phonograph record]
LP3 4 Choeur Kattialinie, circa 1970s [phonograph cover, signed]
LP7 20 Choeur Kattialinie, circa 1970s [phonograph record]
124 28 Churchill, Savannah, and the Sentimentalists, "Foolishly Yours," "I Want To Be Loved (But Only By You)," Manor Records (1046), undated [phonograph record]
124 29 Cleveland-Orpheus Male Chorus, Charles Daws Director, "The Rosary," "The Long Day Closes," Victor Records (20328), 1926 [phonograph record]
124 30 Collegiate Chorale, Robert Shaw director, "Set Down, Servant," "Soon-A Will Be Done," RCA Victor (10-1277), 1948 [phonograph record]
124 31 The Columbia History of Music by Ear and Eye, Vol. 2, Parts 15-16, Bach Cantata Club of London directed by Kennedy Scott, "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring," "Rondeau and Badinerie from Suite in B Minor, No.2," undated [DB-507, phonograph record 8 of 8]
LP3 5 Commodores, "Natural High," Motown Records, 1978 [phonograph cover, signed]
LP7 21 Commodores, "Natural High," Motown Records, 1978 [phonograph record]
AV8 4 Crest Records, "The Best of Crest," Crest records, undated [phonograph record]
124 32 Crosby, Bob, and his Orchestra, "Its Great to Be In Love Again," Christopher Columbus," Decca Records (753), 1936 [phonograph record]
124 33 Crosby, Bob, and his Orchestra, "Honky Tonk Train," "The Big Noise From Winnetka," Decca Records (2208, album 32), 1938 [phonograph record 4 of 6]
124 34 Cugat, Xavier, and his Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra, "Zombie--Afro-Cuban Rumba," "Elube Chango," Victor Records (26735), undated [phonograph record]
124 35 Cugat, Xavier, "Francesca," "Mambo No.5," Columbia Records (39349), undated [phonograph record]
124 36 Cugat, Xavier, "Bambarito," "Babalu," Columbia Records (36068), 1941[phonograph record]
124 37 Cugat, Xavier, "Adios Africa," "Enlloro," Columbia Records (36808), 1945 [phonograph record]
AV5 Davis, Alison, panel discussion, undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
124 38 Davis, Chicago, Hal Davis and His Orchestra, "I Feel So Good," "Travelin' Shoes," Savoy Records (5560), undated [phonograph record]
LP3 3 Davis, Ellabelle, Recital of Operatic Airs and a Collection of Lieder, London Records, 1950 [record cover]
124 39 Davis, Ellabelle, Recital of Operatic Airs and a Collection of Lieder, "Tu Che Vanita Conoscesti Del Mondo," "Ebben? Ne Andro Lontana," "Wanderers Nachtlied," "Lachen Und Weinen," "Wohin?" "Allerseelen," "Befreit," London Records (LPS 181), 1950 [phonograph record]
AV4 Dawson, William [Congressman], July 14, 1960 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
124 40 Day, Margie, with Griffin Brothers Orchestra, "Little Red Rooster," "Blues All Alone," Dot Records (1019), 1950 [phonograph record]
AV3 Dayton Westminster Choir, undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
124 41 Deep River Boys, "The Story of EE Bobba Lee Bob," "That Chick's Too Young To Fry," RCA Victor Records (20-1863), undated [phonograph record]
124 42 De la Rosa, Oscar, and his Orquesta "La Conga," "Una Dos Tres," "El Ruego," Victor Records (82550), undated [phonograph record]
124 43 Delta Rhythm Boys, "Just A-Sittin' and A-Rockin'," "Don't Knock It," Decca Records (18739), 1945 [phonograph record]
LP3 4 De Paur Infantry Chorus, Leonard De Paur conductor, arranged by William Dawson, Swing Low, Columbia Records Masterworks Series, 1953 [record cover]
124 44 De Paur Infantry Chorus, Leonard De Paur conductor, arranged by William Dawson, Swing Low, "In Dat Great Gittin'-up Mornin'," "I Want Jesus to Walk Wid Me," "Nobody Knows De Trouble I've Seen," "Soon Ah Will Be Done," Columbia Records Masterworks Series (AL 45), 1953 [phonograph record]
AV7 8 Doc Cook's Dreamland Orchestra, "Cookie's Gingersnaps," undated [audiocassette]
124 45 Doctor Rhythm Johnson, "Shoot the Japs for Craps," "Wash the Japs Away," Decca Records (7890), undated [phonograph record]
AV6 11 Dodson, John L. Sermon: Rider of Dreams, Los Altos, California, 1985 [audiocassette]
125 1 Don Byas Quartet, "Slamboree," "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes," Arista Records (5001), undated [phonograph record]
125 2 Dorsey, Tommy, and his Orchestra, "The Night We Called It a Day," "Another One Of Them Things," Victor Records (20-1553), undated [phonograph record]
125 3 Dorsey, Tommy, and his Orchestra, "Chloe," "At The Fat Man's," Victor Records (20-1737), undated [phonograph record]
AV6 18 Earl-Brown, Melvin, undated [audiocassette]
125 4 Eastman-Rochester Symphony Orchestra, Howard Hanson Conductor, "Joe Clark Steps Out," "Scherzo," Victor Records (2059), 1940 [phonograph record]
125 5 Eldridge, Roy, and His Orchestra, "Twilight Time," "Fish Market," Decca Records Personality Series (23383), 1945 [phonograph record]
125 6 Eldridge, Roy, and His Orchestra, "All The Cats Join In," "Ain't That A Shame," Decca Records Personality Series (23532), 1946 [phonograph record]
125 7 Ellington, Duke, and Orchestra, "Mood Indigo," "The Mooche," Victor Records (24486), undated [phonograph record]
125 8 Ellington, Duke, and Orchestra, "The Wonder of You," "I'm Just a Lucky So-and-So," Victor Records (20-1799), undated [phonograph record]
125 9 Ellington, Duke, and Orchestra, "I Don't Mind," "What Am I Here For?" Victor Records (20-1598), undated [phonograph record]
125 10 Ellington, Duke, and his Orchestra, "Just Squeeze Me," "Swamp Fire," RCA Victor Records (20-1992), undated [phonograph record]
125 11 Ellington, Duke, and his Orchestra, "Magenta Haze," "Tulip or Turnip," Musicraft Records (483), undated [phonograph record] [2 copies]
125 12 Ellington, Duke, and Orchestra, "Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me," "Chlo-e," Victor Records (20-1547), undated [phonograph record]
125 13 Ellington, Duke, and Orchestra, "My Heart Sings," "Carnegie Blues," Victor Records (20-1644), undated [phonograph record] [2 copies]
125 14 Ellington, Duke, and Orchestra, "Come to Baby, Do!" "Tell Ya What I'm Gonna Do," Victor Records (20-1748), undated [phonograph record]
125 15 Ellington, Duke, and Orchestra, "My Little Brown Book," "Someone," Victor Records (20-1584), undated [phonograph record]
125 16 Ellington, Duke, and Orchestra, "Solitude," "Delta Serenade," Victor Records (24755), 1934 [phonograph record]
125 17 Ellington, Duke, and Orchestra, "Grievin'," "Tootin' Through The Roof," Columbia Records (35310), 1939 [phonograph record]
125 18 Ellington, Duke, "Dusk," "Warm Valley," Victor Records (20-1534), 1943 [phonograph record]
125 19 Ellington, Duke, and Orchestra, "Main Stem," "Johnny Come Lately," Victor Records (20-1556), 1943 [phonograph record]
125 20 Ellington, Duke, and Orchestra, "Happy Go Lucky Local," Musicraft Records (461), [1946-1947] [phonograph record]
LP9 9-10 Ellington, Duke and Orchestra, Black, Brown, and Beige, Victor Records (28-0401), undated [phonograph record]
LP3 5 La Escolania de Montserrat, Canticos Vespertinos A La Virgen, Alahambra Records, undated [record cover]
125 21 La Escolania de Montserrat, Canticos Vespertinos A La Virgen, "Salve Montserratina," "Rosa Vera," "Oh Cel Blau," "Virolai," "Moreneta En Sou," "No Mireu La Morenor," Alahambra Records (MC 25.011), undated [phonograph record]
LP3 6 Ethnic Series, Folk Music of Haiti, Disc Company of America, 1947 [record cover]
125 22 Ethnic Series, Folk Music of Haiti, "Congo Dance Song," "Mais Dance Song," "Ibo Dance Song," "Work Song," recorded under supervision of Harold Courlander, Disc Company (1501), 1947 [phonograph record]
125 23 Ethnic Series, Folk Music of Haiti, "Voudoun Incantation," "Moundongue Dance Song," "Wake Song," "Mosquito Drum," "Rara Trumpets," recorded under supervision of Harold Courlander, Disc Company (1502), 1947 [phonograph record]
125 24 Ethnic Series, Folk Music of Haiti, "Mais Dance Song," "Quitta Choche Dance Song," "Ibo Dance Song," recorded under supervision of Harold Courlander, Disc Company (1503), 1947 [phonograph record]
125 25 Ethnic Series, Folk Music of Haiti, "Quitta Chêche Drums," "Nago Drums," "Mascaron Drums," recorded under supervision of Harold Courlander, Disc Company (1504), 1947 [phonograph record]
125 26 Fat Man Robinson Quintet, "Don't Drink," "Lavender Coffin," Motif Records (M 2001), undated [phonograph record]
LP9 11 Ferrier, Kathleen, "Gretchen Am Spinnrade," "Die Junge Nonne," undated, Decca (1632), undated [phonograph record]
AV4 Fine Arts Quartet, Haydn quartet, March 7, 1960 [reel-to-reel audiotape] See "Brown, Oscar"
AV3 Fine Arts Quartet, Haydn Op. 72 in D minor, September 9, 1960 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
125 27 Fitzgerald, Ella, "Oh, Lady Be Good!" "Flying Home," Decca Records Personality Series (23956), undated [phonograph record]
125 28 Fitzgerald, Ella, and The Keys, "All I Need Is You," "Mama Come Home," Decca Records (18347), 1942 [phonograph record]
125 29 Fitzgerald, Ella, and the Delta Rhythm Boys, "(I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons," "It's a Pity to Say Goodnight," Decca Records Personality Series (23670), 1946 [phonograph record]
125 30 Fitzgerald, Ella, "Love You Madly," "Smooth Sailing," Decca Records Personality Series (27693), 1951 [phonograph record]
125 31 Flagstad, Kirsten, "Die Walküre--Ho-Yo-To-Ho," "Allerseelen," Victor Records (1726), undated [phonograph record] [2 copies]
125 32 Fletcher, Dusty, with Jimmy Jones and his Band, "Open the Door, Richard!" Parts I and II, National Records (4012), undated [phonograph record]
125 33 Foley, Red, and the Cumberland Valley Boys, "Blues in My Heart," "Tennessee Saturday Night," Decca Records (46136), 1948 [phonograph record]
125 34 Flowers, Pat, and his Rhythm, "Ain't That Just Like A Woman," "Horizontal," RCA Victor (20-1980), undated [phonograph record]
125 35 Font, Ralph, and His Rumba Music, "Mambo," "Estoy Acabando," Majestic Records (7219), undated [phonograph record]
125 36 Foresythe, Reginald, Two Hymns to Darkness, Columbia Records (CA 14655), undated [phonograph record]
125 37 Fouga, Bernardo, "La Ramera," Vocalion Records (8331), undated [phonograph record]
125 38 Foxx, Redd, and Kenny Watt's Brooklyn Buddies, "Let's Wiggle A Little Woogie," "Lucky Guy," Savoy Records (630), undated [phonograph record]
AV5 "Freedom March," Washington, DC, August 1963 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV5 Frost, Robert, undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV6 22-23 Gailman, Albert, Sermon: The Seven Last Words of Christ, Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, 1990 [audiocassette]
125 39 Gant, Cecil, "Cecil Boogie," [circa 1940s] (cardboard record)
125 40 Garrido, Juan, "La Bamba," "La Raspa," Peerless Records (3096), undated [phonograph record]
125 41 Gillespie, Dizzy, Salted Peanuts, Manor Records (W-1225-W/W-1226-W), 1945 [phonograph record, 2 copies]
126 1 Gillespie, Dizzy, Lover Man, Musicraft Records (5388/5389), 1945 [phonograph record]
126 2 Gillespie, Dizzy, "Groovin' High," Blue'n Boogie," Guild Records (1001), 1945 [phonograph record]
126 3 Gillespie, Dizzy, "Minor Walk," "Algo Bueno," RCA Victor (20-3186), [1947-1948] [phonograph record]
126 4 Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet, "Noah," "I Heard Zion Moan," Bluebird Records (B-7692), undated [phonograph record]
126 5 Golden Gate Quartet, "He Never Said A Mumblin' Word," "Didn't It Rain," Okeh Records (6529), undated [phonograph record]
126 6 Golden Gate Quartet, "Time's Winding Up," "Anyhow," Okeh Records (6238), undated [phonograph record]
126 7 Golden Gate Quartet, "Blind Barnabus," "The Sun Didn't Shine," Okeh Records (6345), undated [phonograph record]
126 8 Golden Gate Quartet, "Daniel Saw The Stone," "Jezebel," Okeh Records (6204), undated [phonograph record]
126 9 Golden Gate Quartet, "Atom and Evil," "Shadrack," Columbia Records (37236), 1946 [phonograph record]
AV8 5 Goldman Band, "The Governor's Own Ceremonial March," (VI82567), undated [phonograph record]
126 10 Glasgow Orpheus Choir, Sir Hugh Roberton conductor, His Master's Voice Gramophone Company (B9464), 1945 [phonograph record]
126 11 Glasgow Orpheus Choir, Sir Hugh Roberton conductor, His Master's Voice Gramophone Company (B 9549), 1946 [phonograph record]
126 12 Glasgow Orpheus Choir, Sir Hugh Roberton conductor, His Master's Voice Gramophone Company (B9722), 1948 [phonograph record]
126 13 Goodman, Benny, "Six Flats Unfurnished," "Why Don't You Do Right," Columbia Records (36652), 1942 [phonograph record]
126 14 Goodman, Benny, "Jersey Bounce," "A String Of Pearls," OKeh Records (6590), 1942 [phonograph record]
126 15 Green, Lil, with Willy Broonzy, "Keep Your Hand On Your Heart," "Don't Know What I Will Do," Bluebird Records (B-8949), undated [phonograph record]
126 16 Green, Lil, "Mr. Jackson From Jacksonville," "Now What Do You Think," Bluebird Records (34-0733), undated [phonograph record]
126 17 Gruen, Rudolf,The Juba Dance, Roycroft Records (No. 170), undated [phonograph record]
126 18 Guillot, Olga, "Stormy Weather," "At Last," Pan-Art Records (1028), undated [phonograph record]
126 19 Hal Singer Sextette, "Plug For Cliff," "Corn Bread," Savoy Records (671), undated [phonograph record]
126 20 Hall Johnson Choir, Hall Johnson conductor," I Know a City Called Heaven," "I Got A Mule," Victor Records (4497), [1939-1940] [phonograph record]
126 21 Hall, Juanita, "Love's A Precious Thing," "Don't Cry Joe," RCA Victor (20-3557), undated [phonograph record]
126 22 Hampton, Lionel, "Jack the Bellboy," "Central Avenue Breakdown," Victor Records (26652), 1940 [phonograph record]
126 23 Hampton, Lionel, "Hamp's Boogie Woogie," "Chop-Chop," Decca Records (18613), 1944 [phonograph record]
LP3 7 Handy, W.C., Blues Revisited, Heritage Records, 1953 [record cover]
126 24 Handy, W.C., Blues Revisited, "St. Louis Blues," "Mr. Crump," "Memphis Blues," "Joe Turner," "Beale Street Blues," "Loveless Love," "Big Stick Blues--March," "Way Down South Where The Blues Began," "St. Louis Blues--closing," Heritage Records (LP-H-0052), 1953 [phonograph record]
126 25 Happy Johnson and His Sextette, "Splat," and Clarence Williams "I'm Drunk," Modern Music Records (127), undated [phonograph record]
AV8 6 Harmonizing Four, "Without Him" "Standing Here Wondering," Vee-Jay Records (VJ-948), undated [phonograph record]
126 26 Harris, Wynonie, "Good Rockin' Tonight," "Good Morning Mr. Blues," King Records (4210), undated [phonograph record]
126 27 Harris, Wynonie, "Luscious Woman," "Lovin' Machine," King Records (4485), undated [phonograph record]
126 28 Harrold, Orville, "My Mother," "Tell Her I Love Her So," Victrola (669), 1922 [phonograph record]
LP3 8 Harvey, Trevor, conducting the New Symphony Strings, African Suite, Decca Records, undated [record cover]
126 29 Harvey, Trevor, conducting the New Symphony Strings, African Suite, "Joyful Day," "Nostalgia," "Onipe," Lullaby," "Akinla," Decca Records (LM 4547), undated [phonograph record]
LP9 12 Hawkins, Coleman, "On the Sunny Side of the Street," "Louise," Keynote Recordings (1308), undated [phonograph record]
126 30 Hawkins, Erskine, and his Orchestra, "After Hours," "Song of the Wanderer," Bluebird Records (B-10879), 1940 [phonograph record]
126 31 Hawkins, Erskine, and his Orchestra, "Sad Eyes," "Feelin' Low," RCA Victor (20-2963), undated [phonograph record]
LP9 13 Hayes, Roland, "Were You There," "Hear De Lambs a Cryin'," "Plenty Good Room," Columbia (1132), undated [phonograph record]
LP9 14 Hayes, Roland, "Were You There," "Lit'l Boy," Angel-Mo' Recordings (AN 3122), undated [phonograph record]
126 32 Haymes, Dick, and The Song Spinners, "You'll Never Know," "Wait For Me Mary," Decca Records (18556), 1943 [phonograph record]
126 33 Haymes, Dick, and The Song Spinners, "It Cant Be Wrong," "In My Arms," Decca Records (18557), 1943 [phonograph record]
AV5 Herfetz, master class recording, February 26, 1963 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
126 34 Hines, Earl, and his Orchestra, "Boogie Woogie on St. Louis Blues," "Jelly, Jelly," RCA Victor (20-1757), 1945 [phonograph record]
126 35 Hodges, Johnny, and his Orchestra, "That's The Blues Old Man," "Good Queen Bess," Bluebird Records (B-11117), undated [phonograph record]
126 36 Hodges, Johnny, and his Orchestra, "Things Ain't What They Used to Be," "Squaty Roo," Bluebird Records (B-11447), 1941 [phonograph record]
126 37 Hodges, Johnny, and his Orchestra, "Jeep's Blues," "Castle Rock," Mercury Records (8944), 1951 [phonograph record]
126 38 Holiday, Billie, "No More," "You Better Go Now," Decca Records Personality Series (23483), 1946 [phonograph record]
AV6 2 Holt, G.P., Sermon: Blowing in the Wind, Indianapolis, Indiana, undated [audiocassette]
AV6 3 Holt, G.P., Sermon: Christ has the Prominence Chicago, Indianapolis, Indiana, undated [audiocassette]
AV6 4 Holt, G.P., Sermon: A Hunch that Paid Off, Indianapolis, Indiana, undated [audiocassette]
AV6 5 Holt, G.P., Sermon: Let's Get It All Together, Tuskegee Church of Christ, 1986 [audiocassette]
AV6 6 Holt, G.P., Sermon: Lord Teach Us to Play Together, Indianapolis, Indiana, undated [audiocassette]
AV6 7 Holt, G.P., Sermon: The Lost Sheep, Coin, Sons, Indianapolis, Indiana, undated [audiocassette]
AV6 8 Holt, G.P., Sermon: Prayer and Things Only Jesus Can Claim, Indianapolis, Indiana, undated [audiocassette]
AV6 9 Holt, G.P., Sermon: The Wine Ran Out, Indianapolis, Indiana, undated [audiocassette]
AV6 25 Holt, G.P., Sermon: What God Has Joined Together, Indianapolis, Indiana, undated [audiocassette]
AV8 9 Horace Silver Quintet, "Camouflage," "Enchantment," Blue Note Records (45-1654), undated [phonograph record]
AV8 21 Horace Silver Quintet, "Sister Sadie," "Break City," Blue Note Records (45-1750), undated [phonograph record]
LP3 9 Horne, Lena, "Moanin' low" torch songs, Victor Records, [1940s] [record cover]
126 39 Horne, Lena, "Moanin' low" torch songs, "Moanin' Low," "I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues," Victor Records (27817), undated [phonograph record 1 of 4]
126 40 Horne, Lena, "Moanin' low" torch songs, "The Man I Love," "Where Or When," Victor Records (27818), undated [phonograph record 2 of 4]
126 41 Horne, Lena, "Moanin' low" torch songs, "Mad About the Boy," "What Is This Thing Called Love? " Victor Records (27820), undated [phonograph record 4 of 4]
126 42 Horne, Lena, "I Feel So Moochie," "Take Love Easy," MGM Records (10108), undated [phonograph record]
126 43 Horne, Lena, "Squeeze Me," "You Go To My Head," Black and White Records (819), 1946 [phonograph record]
126 44 Horne, Lena, "I Didn't Know About You," "One For My Baby," Victor Records (20-1616), undated [phonograph record]
AV8 10 Horton, Johnny, "All for the Love of a Girl," "The Battle of New Orleans," Columbia (4-41339), undated [phonograph record]
LP9 15 Houston, Elsie, "Bahia," "Dansa de Caboclo," "Fo N'uma Noite Calmosa," Victor Records (13667), undated [phonograph record]
LP9 16 Houston, Elsie, "Tayeras," "Bambalele," Tres Potos de Santo," Victor Records (13669), undated [phonograph record]
AV4 Howard, Molly, [with the New York Philharmonic and Louis Armstrong?], undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV5 Illich, Ivan and John Holt on schooling, undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV8 11 Illinois Wesleyan Collegiate Choir, Summy Records (Q2400), undated [phonograph record]
AV8 12 Illinois Wesleyan Collegiate Choir, Summy Records (Q2427), undated [phonograph record]
AV8 13 Illinois Wesleyan Collegiate Choir, Summy Records (Q2445), undated [phonograph record]
127 1 Infante, Pedro, Penjamo, Peerless Records (3924), undated [phonograph record]
127 2 Infante, Pedro, and Mariachi Los Mamertoz, "Las Mañanitas," "En Tu Dia," Peerless Records (3293), undated [phonograph record]
127 3 Ink Spots, "Brown Gal" and "Pork Chops and Gravy," Decca Records (2044), 1938 [phonograph record]
127 4 Ink Spots, "Shout, Brother, Shout," "It Isn't A Dream Anymore," Decca Records (4194), 1942 [phonograph record]
127 5 Ink Spots, "Who Wouldn't Love You," "Don't Tell A Lie About Me, Dear," Decca Records (18383), 1942 [phonograph record]
127 6 Ink Spots, "Street of Dreams," "Don't Get Around Much Anymore," Decca Records (18503), 1942 [phonograph record]
127 7 Ink Spots, "Don't Believe Everything You Dream," "A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening," Decca Records (18583), 1943 [phonograph record]
127 8 Ink Spots and Ella Fitzgerald, "I'm Making Believe," "Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall," Decca Records Personality Series (23356), 1944 [phonograph record]
127 9 Ink Spots, "To Each His Own," "I Never Had a Dream Come True," Decca Records (23615), 1946 [phonograph record]
127 10 Ink Spots, "Either Its Love or It Isn't," "I Get the Blues When It Rains," Decca Records Personality Series (23695), 1946 [phonograph record]
AV8 14 Instrumental Music Concert Band, Instrumental Music Records (H8OU-8383), undated [phonograph record]
127 11 Jackson, Bull Moose and his Buffalo Bearcats, "All My Love Belongs to You," "I Want a Bowlegged Woman," King Records (4189), undated [phonograph record]
127 12 Jackson, Bull Moose, "Going Back to Cleveland Ohio," and Charlie White "Short Man," King Records (4165), undated [phonograph record]
127 13 Jacquet, Russell, "Scamparoo," "Relaxing," King Records (4259), undated [phonograph record]
127 14 James, Harry, and his Orchestra, "When You're A Long, Long Way From Home," "Strictly Instrumental," Columbia Records (36579), [1941-1942] [phonograph record]
127 15 Jeffries, Herb, "When I Write My Song," "Why Can't I Forget About You?" Exclusive Records (EXC-115/ EXC-1117), 1947[phonograph record]
AV8 7 John Halloran Choir, "Black Is the Color," "Free at Last," Summy Records (U3806 2361), undated [phonograph record]
AV8 8 John Halloran Choir, "When Lilace Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd," "Gloria," Summy Records (U-338), undated [phonograph record]
127 16 Johnny Guarnieri Trio, "Bowing Singing Slam," "Gliss Me Again," Savoy Records (530), 1944 [phonograph record]
127 17 Johnson, Buddy, "Boogie Woogie's Mother-in-Law," "I'd Be Ever So Grateful," Decca Records Sepia Series (8546), 1941 [phonograph record]
127 18 Johnson, Buddy, "New Please Mr. Johnson," "In There," Decca Records Sepia Series (8555), 1941 [phonograph record]
LP9 17-18 Johnson, James Weldon, "Readings from God's Trombones by the Author," Musicraft Records (1083-1084), undated [phonograph record]
127 19 Johnson, Pete, "Basement Boogie," "Death Ray Boogie," Decca Records (3830), album no. 235, undated [phonograph record 1 of 5]
127 20 Jordan, Louis, "Knock Me a Kiss," "I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town," Decca Sepia Series (8593), 1941 [phonograph record]
127 21 Jordan, Louis, "I'm Gonna Leave You On the Outskirts of Town," "It's Low Down Dirty Shame," Decca Records (8638), 1942 [phonograph record]
127 22 Jordan, Louis, "What's the Use of Getting Sober," "The Chicks I Pick Are Slender and Tender and Tall," Decca Records (8645), 1942 [phonograph record]
127 23 Jordan, Louis, "Ration Blues," "Deacon Jones," Decca Records (8654), 1943 [phonograph record]
127 24 Jordan, Louis, "You Can't Get That No More," "Mop! Mop!" Decca Records (8668), 1945 [phonograph record]
127 25 Jordan, Louis, "Beware," "Don't Let The Sun Catch You Cryin'," Decca Records (18818), 1946 [phonograph record]
127 26 Jordan, Louis, "Let the Good Times Roll," "Ain't Nobody Here But Us Chickens," Decca Personality Series (23741), 1946 [phonograph record]
127 27 Jordan, Louis, "Look Out," "Early in the Mornin'," Decca Personality Series (24155), 1947 [phonograph record]
127 28 Jordan, Louis, "Beans and Corn Bread," "Chicky-Mo Craney Crow," Decca Personality Series (24673), 1949 [phonograph record]
127 29 Jordan, Willie, "Cecelia, Cecelia," "Going Down to the Bottom," Alert Records (207), undated [phonograph record]
AV4 Joselito, "Ave Maria," January 22, 1961 [reel-to-reel audiotape] See "Brown, Oscar"
127 30 Jurgens, Dick, and his Orchestra, "Cecilia," "I Wont Be Home Anymore When You Call," Columbia Records (37342), undated [phonograph record]
127 31 King Cole Trio, Get Your Kicks on Route 66,"Route 66," "Everyone Is Sayin' Hello Again," Capitol Records (256), 1946 [phonograph record]
127 32 Kirk, Andy, and His Clouds of Joy, "Hip Hip Hooray," "Take It And Git," Decca Recods (4366), 1942 [phonograph record]
127 33 Kirk, Andy, and His Clouds of Joy, "Hey Lawdy Mama," "McGhee Special," Decca Records (4405), 1943 [phonograph record]
127 34 Kreisler, Fritz, Speech by Fritz Kreisler, given at dinner for Musicians Emergency Fund, February 1, 1950 [phonograph record, 1 of 2]
127 35 Kreisler, Fritz, Speech by Fritz Kreisler, given at dinner for Musicians Emergency Fund, February 1, 1950 [phonograph record, 2 of 2]
127 36 Kreisler, Fritz, "Nobody Knows De Trouble I've Seen," Victrola Records (64824), 1919 [phonograph record]
127 37 Kyser, Kay, and his Orchestra, "A Swan Song to a Dyin' Duck," "St. Louis Blues," Columbia Records (35563), 1939 [phonograph record]
127 38 Laine, Frankie, and Harry Geller's Orchestra, "Mam'selle," "All of Me," Mercury Records Celebrity Series (5048), undated [phonograph record]
127 39 Le Baron, Eddie, and His Orchestra, Decca Presents 10 Favorite Cuban Congas, "Negra Quirina," "Buche Pluma No Mas," Decca Records (18013), album 80, 1939 [phonograph record 1 of 5] (2 copies?)
127 40 Le Baron, Eddie, and His Orchestra, Decca Presents 10 Favorite Cuban Congas, "La Runidera," "Colorin Colorao," Decca Records (18015), album 80, 1939 [phonograph record 3 of 5] (2 copies?)
127 41 Lee, Julia, and her Boy Friends, "Don't Save It Too Long," "Ain't It a Crime?" Capitol Records (838), undated [phonograph record]
127 42 Lee, Julia, and her Boy Friends, "Lies," "Gotta Gimme Watcha Got," Capitol Records (308), 1946 [phonograph record]
127 43 Lee, Julia, and her Boy Friends, "Snatch And Grab It," "I Was Wrong," Capitol Records Americana (40028), 1947 [phonograph record]
127 44 Lee, Julia, and her Boy Friends, "That's What I Like," "Crazy World," Capitol Records (15060), 1948 [phonograph record]
127 45 Lee, Julia, and her Boy Friends, "Tonight's the Night," "After Hours Waltz," Capitol Records (57-70013), 1949 [phonograph record]
128 1 Lester Young Quartet, "Afternoon of a Basie-ite," "Sometimes I'm Happy," Keynote Phonograph records (604), [1943-1944] [phonograph record]
LP3 10 Lewis, Meade Lux, Blues Boogie Woogie, Asch Records, undated [record cover]
128 2 Lewis, Meade Lux, Blues Boogie Woogie, "Boogie Tidal," "Yancey's Pride," Asch Records (352-1), undated [phonograph record 1 of 3]
128 3 Lewis, Meade Lux, Blues Boogie Woogie, "Glendale Glide," "Denapas Parade," Asch Records (352-2), undated [phonograph record 2 of 3]
128 4 Lewis, Meade Lux, Blues Boogie Woogie, "Randini's Boogie," "Lux's Boogie," Asch Records (352-3), undated [phonograph record 3 of 3]
128 5 Liggins, Joe, and his Honeydrippers, "The Blues," "Blow Mr. Jackson," Exclusive Records (244), undated [phonograph record]
128 6 Liggins, Joe, and his Honeydrippers, "The Honeydripper," Exclusive Records (207), 1945 [phonograph record]
AV6 17 Lillian Chambers Darth and the Celestial Choir, Cincinnati, Ohio, undated [audiocassette]
128 7 Lion, with Clark, Gerald, "Fan Me Saga Boy," "Turn Around Baby," Guild Records (125), 1945 [phonograph record]
AV8 17 Little Milton, "Driftin' Drifter," "Let Me Down Easy," Checker Records (1208), undated [phonograph record]
128 8 Lunceford, Jimmie, "Gone," "Impromptu," Decca Records (4083), 1941 [phonograph record]
128 9 Lunceford, Jimmie, "Easy Street," "You're Always In My Dreams," Decca Records (18534), 1942 [phonograph record]
128 10 Lunceford, Jimmie, "Back Door Stuff," Decca Records (18594), 1944 [phonograph record]
128 11 Lutcher, Joe, "Bebop Blues,""Shuffle Woogie," Capitol Records Americana (40071), undated [phonograph record]
128 12 Lutcher, Nellie, and Her Rhythm, "He Sends Me," "Come and Get It, Honey," Capitol Records (15064), undated [phonograph record]
128 13 Lutcher, Nellie, and Her Rhythm, "Reaching For The Moon," "There's Another Mule In Your Stall," Capitol Records (10109), undated [phonograph record]
128 14 Lutcher, Nellie, and Her Rhythm, "My New Papa's Got to Have Everything," "Say A Little Prayer for Me," Capitol Records (15352), undated [phonograph record]
128 15 Lutcher, Nellie, and Her Rhythm, "The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else," "Chi-Chi-Chi-Chicago," Capitol Records (10108), undated [phonograph record]
128 16 Lutcher, Nellie, and Her Rhythm, "You Better Watch Yourself, Bub," "My Mother's Eyes," Capitol Records Americana (A-40042), undated [phonograph record]
128 17 Lutcher, Nellie, and Her Rhythm, "He's A Real Gone Guy," "Let Me Love You Tonight," Capitol Records Americana (40017), 1947 [phonograph record]
128 18 Lutcher, Nellie, and Her Rhythm, "Hurry On Down," "The Lady's In Love With You," Capitol Records Americana (40002), 1947 [phonograph record]
128 19 Lutcher, Nellie, and Her Rhythm, "Cool Water," "Lake Charles Boogie," Capitol Records (15148), 1948 [phonograph record]
128 20 Lutcher, Nellie, and Her Rhythm, "Alexander's Ragtime Band," "My Little Boy," Capitol Records (15180), 1948 [phonograph record]
LP3 11 Luther, Frank, Rolito: Songs and Stories About the Life and Adventures of a Little Mexican Boy, Decca Records, 1949 [record cover]
128 21 Luther, Frank, Rolito: Songs and Stories About the Life and Adventures of a Little Mexican Boy, Decca Records (Album No. A-313), 1949 [phonograph record, 1 of 6]
128 22 Luther, Frank, Rolito: Songs and Stories About the Life and Adventures of a Little Mexican Boy, Decca Records (Album No. A-313), 1949 [phonograph record, 2 of 6]
128 23 Luther, Frank, Rolito: Songs and Stories About the Life and Adventures of a Little Mexican Boy, Decca Records (Album No. A-313), 1949 [phonograph record, 3 of 6]
128 24 Luther, Frank, Rolito: Songs and Stories About the Life and Adventures of a Little Mexican Boy, Decca Records (Album No. A-313), 1949 [phonograph record, 4 of 6]
128 25 Luther, Frank, Rolito: Songs and Stories About the Life and Adventures of a Little Mexican Boy, Decca Records (Album No. A-313), 1949 [phonograph record, 5 of 6]
128 26 Luther, Frank, Rolito: Songs and Stories About the Life and Adventures of a Little Mexican Boy, Decca Records (Album No. A-313), 1949 [phonograph record, 6 of 6]
LP9 19 MacDonald, Jeanette, "Un Bel Di, Vedremo," "Mi Chiamano Mimi," Victor Records (11-9599), undated [phonograph record]
128 27 Malneck, Matty, and His Orchestra, "Shangri-La," Columbia Records (37877), 1947 [phonograph record]
AV8 16 Martin, Dean, "Outta My Mind," "Volare," Capital Records (F4208), undated [phonograph record]
LP9 20 Martinelli, Giovanni, "No Pagliaccio Non Soni," "Vesti La Giubba," Victor Records (6754), undated [phonograph record]
AV6 10 Massey, James Earl, Sermon: God's Strange Work, Tuskegee Institute, 1987 [audiocassette]
LP9 21 Maynor, Dorothy, "Ave Maria," "Gretchen Am Spinnrade," Victor Records (15752), undated [phonograph record]
LP9 22 Maynor, Dorothy, "Louise," "L'enfant Prodigue," Victor Records (17698), undated [phonograph record]
LP9 23 Maynor, Dorothy, "Oh, Sleep! Why Dost Thou Leave Me," "The Magic Flute," Victor Records (15826), undated [phonograph record]
AV7 12 Mays, Ben E. funeral service, Morehouse College, March 1984 [audiocassette]
AV6 24 McFernin, Robert, Concert at 15th Avenue Baptist Church, 1980 [audiocassette]
LP9 24 Melchior, Lauritz, "Rienzi's Prayer," "O Konig," Victor Records (71388), undated [phonograph record]
128 28 Mikhailov, M, "Aria Sussanin," Stinson Records (3148), 1948 [phonograph record]
128 29 Milburn, Amos, and his Aladdin Chicken-Shackers, "Tell me How Long Has The Train Been Gone," "I'm Just A Fool In Love," Aladdin Records (3043), 1950 [phonograph record]
128 30 Miller, Glenn, and his Orchestra, "In the Mood," "I Want To Be Happy," Bluebird Records (B-10416), 1939 [phonograph record]
128 31 Millinder, Lucky, and his Orchestra, "Slide Mr. Trombone," "Rock! Daniel," Decca Records (3956), 1941 [phonograph record]
128 32 Millinder, Lucky, and his Orchestra, "Don't Cry Baby," "Sweet Slumber," Decca Records (18569), 1943 [phonograph record]
128 33 Millinder, Lucky, and his Orchestra, "Darlin'," "All The Time," Decca Records (18779), 1946 [phonograph record]
LP3 12 Mims, A. Grace Lee, Spirituals, [signed], HandGM Records, 1981 [record cover]
128 34 Modernaires with Paula Kelly, "To Each His Own," "Holiday For Strings," Columbia Records (37063), 1946 [phonograph record]
AV8 18 Modugno, Domenico, "Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu," "Mariti in Citta," Decca Records (9-30677), undated [phonograph record]
128 35 Monroe, Vaughn, and his Orchestra, "I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good," "Harvard Square," Bluebird Records (B-11310), 1941 [phonograph record]
128 36 Morse, Ella Mae, "Shoo-Shoo Baby," "No Love, No Nothin'," Capitol Records (143), 1943 [phonograph record]
LP8 54 Montgomery, Jack, January 15, 1937 [phonograph record]
LP3 13 Morton, Jelly Roll, A King of the Piano, Volume 1, Brunswick Collectors Series, 1945 [record cover]
128 37 Morton, Jelly Roll, A King of the Piano, Volume 1, "King Porter Stomp," "The Pearls," Brunswick Collectors' Series (80067), 1945 [phonograph record 1 of 2]
128 38 Morton, Jelly Roll, A King of the Piano, Volume 1, "Sweetheart O' Mine," "Fat Meat and Greens," Brunswick Collectors' Series (80068), 1945 [phonograph record 2 of 2]
AV8 19 Mouangue et Son Ensemble Africain, "Chants d'Afrique Cameroun," Le Chant du Monde, undated [phonograph record]
128 39 Murphy, Rose, "A Little Bird Told Me," "Baby, Baby," RCA Victor (20-3320), undated [phonograph record]
128 40 Murphy Rose, "Cecelia," "I Can't Give You Anything But Love," Mercury Records (8111), undated [phonograph record]
AV3 Murrow, Edward R. "Who Speaks for the South," June 7, 1960 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
LP4 1 Musica Colonial Latinoamericana, Buenos Aires, Qualiton, 1973 [phonograph cover, signed]
LP7 22 Musica Colonial Latinoamericana, Buenos Aires, Qualiton, 1973
AV6 21 National Public Radio, "Paul Robeson: A Man and His Song," 1982 [audiocassette]
LP9 25-28 Negro America Transcribed, undated [phonograph record]
128 41 New Light Symphony Orchestra, "Four Characteristic Valses No. 1 Valse Bohemienne," "Four Characteristic Valses No. 2 Valse Rustique," Victor Records (27225), 1934 [phonograph record]
AV4 New York Philharmonic, Prokofiev's 5th Symphony, April 8, 1961 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV8 20 Newark Boys Chorus, "Something For Tomorrow," "N-R-G," Avco Records (AV4631), 1974
128 42 Nichols, Red, and his Orchestra, "Poor Butterfly," "A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody," Bluebird Records (B-10522), 1939 [phonograph record]
LP4 2 Noone, Jimmie, Dean of Modern Hot Clarinetists, Brunswick Collector's Series, 1950 [record cover]
128 43 Noone, Jimmie, Dean of Modern Hot Clarinetists, "Apex Blues," "Sweet Lorraine," "I Know That You Know," "Sweet Sue--Just You," "Four or Five Times," "Every Evening," "My Monday Date," "Blues (My Naughty Sweety Gives To Me)," Brunswick Collector's Series (BL 58006), 1950 [phonograph record]
128 44 Obukhova, Nadezhda, "Snilsya Mnye Sad," "Belaya Akatsiya," Argee Records (1070), undated [phonograph record]
128 45 Orquesta Hermanos Palau, "Yo Como Gente," "Chango Me Pide Tambo," Victor Records (23-0343), undated [phonograph record]
128 46 Orquesta Hermanos Palau, "Ciriaco," "Que Calo!" Victor Records (83978), undated [phonograph record]
129 1 Pastor, Tony, "Doin' the Ratamacue," "Flag Waver," Bluebird Records (B-11421), 1942 [phonograph record]
129 2 Paul Williams Sextette, "Spider Sent Me," "Waxey Maxie," Savoy Records (670), undated [phonograph record]
129 3 Petroff, Ivan, "Aria Igor," Stinson Records (3071), undated [phonograph record]
129 4 Piano Red, "Rockin' With Red," "Red's Boogie," RCA Victor Records (22-0099), undated [phonograph record]
AV3 Pinkham, Daniel, Symphonie Sacrae, undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
LP4 4 Pixinguinha, Musica Popular Brasileira, Abril Cultural, 1970 [record cover]
129 5 Pixinguinha, Musica Popular Brasileira, "Carinhoso," "A Vida E Um Buraco," "Samba De Fato," "Lamento," "Rosa," "Urubu," "Pagina De Dor," "I X O," Abril Cultural , 1970 [phonograph record]
LP4 5 Porgy and Bess, Volume 2, Decca Records, 1942 [record cover]
129 6 Porgy and Bess, Volume 2, Album A-283, Matthews, Edward,"A Woman Is a Sometime Thing," "It Take a Long Pull To Get There," Decca Records (23250), 1942 [phonograph record 1 of 3]
129 7 Porgy and Bess, Volume 2, Album A-283, Dowdy, Helen, and Woolfolk, William,"Street Cries," Brown, Anne, and Duncan, Todd, "What You Want Wid Bess?" Decca Records (23251), 1942 [phonograph record 2 of 3]
129 8 Porgy and Bess, Volume 2, Album A-283, Duncan, Todd, and Brown, Anne,"I Loves You, Porgy," Long, Avon and Brown, Anne,"There's a Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon For New York," Decca Records (23252), 1942 [phonograph record 3 of 3]
AV5 Plange, Kojo, June 28, 1953 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
LP5 9 Playtime Columbia Record, Old King Cole, Fiddle-De-Dee, Simple Simon, undated [record cover]
LP4 6 Presbyterian College Choir, Dr. Edouard Patte conductor, undated [record cover]
129 9 Presbyterian College Choir, Dr. Edouard Patte conductor, "Alma Mater," "Glory and Worship Are Before Him," "Blessed Be The Day," Nelson Cornell Custom Records (CB 301, CB 302) undated [phonograph record 1 of 4]
129 10 Presbyterian College Choir, Dr. Edouard Patte conductor, "O Bone Jesu," "Adoramus Te," "Easter Hallelujah," Nelson Cornell Custom Records (CB 303, CB 304) undated [phonograph record 2 of 4]
129 11 Presbyterian College Choir, Dr. Edouard Patte conductor, "Improperia," "Cantate Domino," "Bless The Lord, O My Soul," Nelson Cornell Custom Records (CB 305, CB 306) undated [phonograph record 3 of 4]
129 12 Presbyterian College Choir, Dr. Edouard Patte conductor, "There Is A Balm in Gilead," "Standin' in the Need," "O' Prayer," Nelson Cornell Custom Records (CB 307, CB 308) undated [phonograph record 4 of 4]
AV8 21 Raelettes, "All I Need Is His Love," "I'm Gett'n Long Alright," Tangerine Records (TRC-984), undated [phonograph record]
129 13 Ramblers, "'Taint What You Do," "Honey Is Honey," Decca Records (2470), undated [phonograph record]
129 14 Redman, Don, and his Connie's Inn Orchestra, "Chant of the Weed," "Two Time Man," Columbia Records (35689), 1932 [phonograph record]
129 15 Reizen, M.O., "Tuman Stelet Po Doline," "Letal Po-Nad Volgoy," Stinson Records (3185), undated [phonograph record]
129 16 Rey, Alvino, and his Orchestra, "Bloop-Bleep," "Cumana," Capitol Records (428), 1947 [phonograph record]
129 17 Rey, Alvino, and his Orchestra, "We'll Gather Lilacs," "Cement Mixer," Capitol Records (248), undated [phonograph record]
129 18 Rhodes, Betty, "Bless You," "You'll Always Be The One I Love," RCA Victor (20-2043), undated [phonograph record]
LP9 29 Robin Hood Dell Orchestra, "Go Down Moses," "Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child," Columbia (M668), undated [phonograph record]
LP4 7 Rosa, Noel, Abril Cultural, Musica Popular Brasileira, 1982[record cover]
129 19 Rosa, Noel, Abril Cultural, "Ultimo Desejo," "Tres Apitos," "Dama Do Cabare," "Conversa De Botequim," "Palpite Infeliz," "Quem Ri Melhor," "O Orvalho Vem Caindo," "Come Que Roupa?" Musica Popular Brasileira, RCA, 1982 [phonograph record]
AV4 Rose, Leonard, with the Houston Symphony Orchestra, Schuman's Song of Orpheus and Tschaikowsky's Rococo Theme for Violincello and Orchestra, December 18, 1964 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
129 20 Rubinstein, Artur, "Forgotten Waltz" by Liszt, "The Prophet Bird" by Schumann, RCA Victor Records (10-1272), 1946 [phonograph record]
AV4 Sandburg, Carl, undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
129 21 Saunders, Red and his Orchestra, "Boot 'Em Up," "Hambone," OKeh Records (6862), undated [phonograph record]
129 22 Schola Cantorum De La Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, "Pueri Hebraeorum," "Popule Meus," Columbia Records (R 18032), undated [phonograph record]
129 23 Schola Cantorum De La Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, "Tenebrae," Columbia Records (R 18033), undated [phonograph record]
129 24 Schola Cantorum De La Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, "Pan Divino," "Adios," Columbia Records (R 18029), undated [phonograph record]
AV3 Schuller, Gunther, Symphony for Brass and Percussion [unknown performers], undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
LP9 30 Schumann-Heink, Ernestine, "Danny Boy," The Kerry Dance," Victrola (6276), undated [phonograph record]
LP4 8 Scott, Hazel, Great Scott! Her Piano and Vocals, Columbia Records, 1948 [record cover]
129 25 Scott, Hazel, "The Man I Love," "Fascinating Rhythm," Decca Records Personality Series (23429), 1945 [phonograph record]
129 26 Scott, Hazel, "I'm Glad There Is You," "Take Me In Your Arms," Decca Records Personality Series (23551), 1946 [phonograph record]
129 27 Scott, Hazel, Great Scott! Her Piano and Vocals, "Love Me Or Leave Me," "Soon," Columbia Records (C-159), 1948 [37996, phonograph record 1 of 4]
129 28 Scott, Hazel, Great Scott! Her Piano and Vocals, "Emaline," "Love Will Find a Way," Columbia Records (C-159), 1948 [37997, phonograph record 2 of 4]
129 29 Scott, Hazel, Great Scott! Her Piano and Vocals, "Mary Lou," "Dancing On the Ceiling," Columbia Records (C-159), 1948 [37998, phonograph record 3 of 4]
129 30 Scott, Hazel, Great Scott! Her Piano and Vocals, "Brown Bee Boogie," "Nightmare Blues," Columbia Records (C-159), 1948 [37999, phonograph record 4 of 4]
129 31 Scott, Mabel, "Give Me a Man," "That Ain't The Way To Love," Exclusive Records (EXC-1350 and 1352), undated [phonograph record]
AV8 22 Scott, Shirley, "Hip Soul," Prestige Records (45-200), undated [phonograph record]
AV3 Sebastian, John, conducting the Concerto for Harmonica and Orchestra by Alexander Tcherepin, June 9, 1960 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
129 32 Seidel, Toscha, "Intermezzo," "Hungarian Dance No.1," Victor Records (4458), undated [phonograph record]
LP9 31 Shavers, Charlie Quintet, "Curry in a Hurry," "Stardust," Keynote Recordings (1305), undated [phonograph record]
129 33 Shaw, Artie, and his Gramercy Five, "Hop, Skip and Jump," "Mysterioso," Victor Records (20-1800), undated [phonograph record]
LP9 32 Shaw, Robert, and his RCA chorus, "Christmas Carols," Victor Records (11-9316), undated [phonograph record]
129 34 Shore, Dinah, "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes," "How Come You Do Me Like You Do?" Bluebird Records (B-10824) undated [phonograph record]
AV8 23 Simon, Joe, "Moon Walk," Sound Stage Records (SS7-2651), undated [phonograph record]
129 35 Skobtsov, I, "As I Strolled In the Grove, "A Little Farm Beyond the River," Aprelelevskii zavod (14124and14125), 1951 [phonograph record]
129 36 Slam Stewart Quartet, "Doctor Foo," "Oh Me, Oh My, Oh Gosh," Musicraft Records (367), undated [phonograph record]
129 37 Slam Stewart Quartet, "Dark-Eyesky," "Play Fiddle Play," Savoy Records (537), 1945 [phonograph record]
129 38 Slam Stewart Quartet, "Coppin' Out," "Blues Collins," Musicraft Records (396), undated [phonograph record]
129 39 Slim Gaillard Trio, Boip! Boip! MGM Records (10111-AandB), undated [phonograph record]
129 40 Slim Gaillard Quartette, Melodisc (M1012), Undated [phonograph record]
129 41 Smith, Bessie, "Back Water Blues," "Preachin' The Blues," Columbia Records (14195-D), 1927 [phonograph record]
129 42 Smith, Tab, and Orchestra, "Pitch A Boogie Woogie," parts 1 and 2, Hub Records (3026), undated [phonograph record]
129 43 Sonora Matancera, "Quiero Un Sombrero," "Yo Pico Un Pan," Panart Records (1050), undated [phonograph record]
AV8 24 Soul Searchers, "It's All In Your Mind," "Soul To the People," Sussex Records (244), undated [phonograph record]
LP4 9 Spencer, Kenneth, Underground Train, Young People's Record Club, 1947 [record cover]
129 44 Spencer, Kenneth, Underground Train, Young People's Record Club (YPR 406), 1947 [phonograph record]
129 45 Stafford, Jo, with Paul Weston and his orchestra, "Jambalaya," "Early Autumn," Columbia Records (39838), undated [phonograph record]
129 46 Starr, Kay, "Hold Me, Hold Me, Hold Me," "Come On-A My House," Capitol Records (1710), undated [phonograph record]
LP9 33 Steber, Eleanor, "Dove Sono," "Porgi Amor," Victor Records (11-8850), undated [phonograph record]
129 47 Stewart, Slam and Garner, Errol, "Jumpin At the Dueces," "Laff Slam Slam," Savoy Records (538), undated [phonograph record]
AV4 Still, William Grant, C.C. White, S. Coleridge Taylor [compositions by?], undated [reel-to-reel audiocassette]
129 48 Stitt, Sonny, "Sunset," "All God's Children," Prestige Records (705), undated [phonograph record]
AV4 Stokowski, Leopold and the American Symphony Orchestra, Tschaikowski's 4th Symphony, October 9, 1964 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV4 Sullivan, Ed, interview with Oscar Hammerstein, September 4, 1960 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
129 49 Sullivan, Maxine, "When Your Lover Has Gone," "My Ideal," Decca Records (18555), [1942-1943] [phonograph record]
AV8 25 Suzuki, Pat, "A Sunday Kind of Love," "Lazy Afternoon, "Enjoy Being a Girl," "Just for Once," RCA Victor, undated [phonograph record]
LP5 10 Suzuki, Pat, Your Studebaker Dealer Presents Pat Suzuki Starring in "Flower Drum Song," RCA Records, 1959 [record cover]
129 50 Swarthout, Gladys, "Into The Night," "A Spirit Flower," Victor Records (10-1001), undated [phonograph record]
LP9 34-35 Tatum, Art, Trio, "If I Had You," "Boogie," "Soft Winds," "Topsy," Asch Recordings (452-1, 452-2), undated [phonograph record]
AV3 Bill Taylor Trio, August 15, 1960 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
130 1 Tempo Jazz Men, Dynamo, Dial Records (D-1003), 1946 [phonograph record]
LP9 36 Teyte, Maggie, "Clair de Lune," "Extase," His Master's Voice (DB5937), undated [phonograph record]
130 2 Thompson, Sonny, and Orchestra, "Still Gone" parts 3 and 4, Miracle Records (M-139), 1948 [phonograph record]
130 3 Thompson, Wallace, Burleigh's Go Down Moses, promotional recording, Star Artists Bureau, undated [phonograph record]
LP8 55 Thompson, Wallace, Coleridge-Taylors's "Onaway! Awake, Beloved!," promotional recording, Star Artists Bureau, undated [phonograph record]
130 4 Thompson, Wallace, Puccini's La Boheme and Mendelssohn's Ye People Rend Your Hearts, promotional recording, Star Artists Bureau, undated [phonograph record]
130 5 Tibbett, Lawrence, "None But the Lonely Heart," "Myself When Young," Victor Records (1706), [1935-1936] [phonograph record]
LP9 37 Tibbett, Lawrence, "Song of the Flea," "Pilgrim's Song," Victor (7779), undated [phonograph record]
AV3 Today Show featuring Aaron Copeland [recorded with "Wright, Tre,"] [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV5 Today Show featuring Ralph Ellison, October 26, 1964 [recorded with Philadelphia speech] [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV4 Today Show featuring Leopold Stokowski, April 1964 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV7 15 Today Show featuring Leopold Stokowski, 1972 [audiocassette]
LP9 38 Traubel, Helen, "La Giocconda," "Voi Lo Sapete," Columbia Masterworks (MM675), undated [phonograph record]
LP4 10 Tribal, Folk and Cafe Music of West Africa, recorded and edited by Arthur Alberts, Field Phonograph records, New York, 3 volumes, 1950 [record cover]
130 6 Tribal, Folk and Cafe Music of West Africa, recorded and edited by Arthur Alberts, Field Phonograph records, New York, volume 1, "Spirit Songs of the Baoule Bush," "Song To Allah," "Bambara Dance," "Moslem Village Dance," 1950 [phonograph record 1 of 4]
130 7 Tribal, Folk and Cafe; Music of West Africa, recorded and edited by Arthur Alberts, Field Phonograph records, New York, volume 1, "Fanti Jamboree," "Two Pagan Dances," 1950 [phonograph record 2 of 4]
130 8 Tribal, Folk and Cafe Music of West Africa, recorded and edited by Arthur Alberts, Field Phonograph records, New York, volume 1, "Barrel Drums and Gong-Gong," "Prince's Dance," "Message Drums," "Gong-Gong Passage," "Barrel Drum Passage," "Children's War Songs," "Fish Song (Make Women Fertile)," 1950 [phonograph record 3 of 4]
130 9 Tribal, Folk and Cafe Music of West Africa, recorded and edited by Arthur Alberts, Field Phonograph records, New York, volume 1, "Talking Drums," "Hourglass Drum Passage," "Anansi," "Battle Song," "Muezzin's Song," "Mossi Chant," 1950 [phonograph record 4 of 4]
130 10 Tribal, Folk and Cafe Music of West Africa, recorded and edited by Arthur Alberts, Field Phonograph records, New York, volume 2, "In Praise of the Moro Naba," "Imperial Drums," "Dagomba (I Found My Love)," 1950 [phonograph record 1 of 4]
130 11 Tribal, Folk and Cafe Music of West Africa, recorded and edited by Arthur Alberts, Field Phonograph records, New York, volume 2, "Welcome to the White Chief," "Ancient Kissi Dance," "Novi Lolo (Love Is Slow But Sure)," 1950 [phonograph record 2 of 4]
130 12 Tribal, Folk and Cafe Music of West Africa, recorded and edited by Arthur Alberts, Field Phonograph records, New York, volume 2, "Kahira (Good Fortune)," "Sondiata (The First Kissi Chief Came From The North)," "Za," "Go," 1950 [phonograph record 3 of 4]
130 13 Tribal, Folk and Cafe Music of West Africa, recorded and edited by Arthur Alberts, Field Phonograph records, New York, volume 2, "Doubajabija (Nostalgia)," "Bangalifassa (Song for a Big Chief)," "Malinke Love Song," "Woman Refuse The Ring," "Buzi Dance," 1950 [phonograph record 4 of 4]
130 14 Tribal, Folk and Cafe Music of West Africa, recorded and edited by Arthur Alberts, Field Phonograph records, New York, volume 3, "You Be Sorry For Me," "Kokoleo-ko (Chicken Crowing For Day)," "Jebe, Na Uhn Fa Sa (Jebe, Come Pleasure Me Small)," 1950 [phonograph record 1 of 4]
130 15 Tribal, Folk and Cafe Music of West Africa, recorded and edited by Arthur Alberts, Field Phonograph records, New York, volume 3, "Soldier's Lament," "People! Go Mind Your Business," 1950 [phonograph record 2 of 4]
130 16 Tribal, Folk and Cafe Music of West Africa, recorded and edited by Arthur Alberts, Field Phonograph records, New York, volume 3, "Chicken Is Nice (With Palm Butter and Rice)," "Hold Me Tight," 1950 [phonograph record 3 of 4]
130 17 Tribal, Folk and Cafe Music of West Africa, recorded and edited by Arthur Alberts, Field Phonograph records, New York, volume 3, "Bush Cow Milk," "Nana Kru (Sweet Nana Kru)," 1950 [phonograph record 4 of 4]
AV4 Tureck, Rosalyn, December 20, 1971 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
130 18 Turner, Big Joe and Pete Johnson Trio, "It's The Same Old Story," "Rebecca," Decca Records (11001), 1944 [phonograph record]
AV3 Umbrian Scene [African folk ensemble], undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
130 19 Unidentified, Silvertone Record Disc [phonograph record 1 of 3]
130 20 Unidentified, Silvertone Record Disc [phonograph record 2 of 3]
130 21 Unidentified, Silvertone Record Disc [phonograph record 3 of 3]
AV4 University of Michigan Glee Club, April 9, 1961 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV4 Unidentified, African American folk songs, undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV4 Unidentified, African music, undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV4 Unidentified, African music, undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV5 Unidentified, African music, September 7, 1958 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV5 Unidentified, African music, April 22, 1960 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV4 Unidentified, J.S. Bach, July 1967 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV4 Unidentified, Congo in Africa, October 4, 1960 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
LP8 56 Unidentified, "Crucifixion," March 11, 1948 [phonograph record]
AV4 Unidentified, Dvorak Concerto in B minor, undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
130 22 Unidentified, Paul Dunbar's Slow Thru the Dark, undated [phonograph record]
AV4 Unidentified, "Fredonia, NY Concert," undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV7 5 Unidentified, "Happy Birthday Sweet Jesus," undated [audiocassette]
AV4 Unidentified, "Hospodi Pomilui," undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
130 23 Unidentified, "Old Man River," undated [phonograph record]
AV7 7 Unidentified, "Rap Session," undated [audiocassette]
LP8 58 Unidentified, "Think on Me," undated [phonograph record]
LP8 57 Unidentified, woodwind trio, January 15, 1937 [phonograph record]
AV4 Unidentified, "Youth Concert-Hindemith," February 23, 1964 [reel-to-reel audiotape]
AV4 Unidentified, unidentified performance, undated [reel-to-reelaudiotape]
LP8 59-63 Unidentified recordings, undated [phonograph record]
LP7 24-76 Unidentified recordings, undated [aluminum phonograph records]
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AV8 26 University of Minnesota Chamber Singers, Summy-Bichard (Q-2482), undated [phonograph record]
AV8 27 University of Minnesota Chamber Singers, Summy-Bichard (Q-2481), undated [phonograph record]
AV8 28 University of Minnesota Chamber Singers, Summy-Bichard (Q-2480), undated [phonograph record]
130 24 Vinogradov, G, "Aria Lenskovo," Argee Records (1035), undated [phonograph record]
LP4 11 Vocal Students Practice Aid Records, The Concert Choir of Heidelberg, Dr. Ferris E Ohl director, unaccompanied, Choral Selections, undated [record cover]
130 25 Vocal Students Practice Aid Records, The Concert Choir of Heidelberg, Dr. Ferris E Ohl director, unaccompanied, "Thy Word Is a Light," "Advent Motet," "Carol of the Drum," "The Lord Bless You and Keep You," "O Mistress Mine," "Come Let Your Hearts Be Singing," "There's a Lit'l Wheel A-Turnin' In My Heart," "Amen," "Ride the Chariot," Choral Selections (CS 7004), undated [phonograph record]
LP4 12 Vocal Students Practice Aid Records, Choral Selections From the Early Renaissance Period, Concert Choir of Teachers College Columbia University, Dr. Harry Robert Wilson director, unaccompanied, Choral Selections, undated [record cover]
130 26 Vocal Students Practice Aid Records, Choral Selections From the Early Renaissance Period, Concert Choir of Teachers College Columbia University, Dr. Harry Robert Wilson director, unaccompanied, "Adoremus Te," "Cantate Domino," "Agnus Dei," "Resonet In Laudibus," "Call to Remembrance," "Let All Ye Sons and Daughters Sing," "Dancing and Springing," "Mother, I Will Have a Husband," "The Silver Swan," "He is Good and Handsome," "Sweet Love Doth Now Invite," "Which is the Properest Day to Sing?" Choral Selections (7002), undated [phonograph record]
130 27 Waldman, Leibele, "Shuvi Nafshi," Asch Phonograph records (H-6000), undated [phonograph record]
130 28 Waller, "Fats," and his Rhythm, "All That Meat and No Potatoes," "Buckin' the Dice," Bluebird Records (B-11102), 1941 [phonograph record]
130 29 Waller, "Fats," and his Rhythm, "Sad Sap Sucker Am I," "Rump Steak Serenade," Bluebird Records (B-11296), undated [phonograph record]
130 30 Waller, "Fats," and his Rhythm, "Your Socks Don't Match," "Up Jumped You With Love," Bluebird Records (30-0814), undated [phonograph record]
130 31 Waller, "Fats," and his Rhythm, "Mighty Fine," "Eep, Ipe, Wanna Piece of Pie," Bluebird Records (B-10744), undated [phonograph record]
130 32 Waring, Fred, and his Pennsylvanians. Songs of Devotion, "Were You There When They Crucified My Lord?" "The Lord's Prayer," Decca Records Album No. A 315, undated [18303, phonograph record 3 of 4]
130 33 Waring, Fred, and his Pennsylvanians, "Sleep Lagoon," "The Fountain," Decca Records (18392), undated [phonograph record]
LP9 39 Warren, Leonard, "Credo in Un Dio Crudel," "Eri Tu?" RCA Victor (11-9292), undated [phonograph record]
130 34 Washington, Booker T, speech to the Atlanta Cotton States and International Exposition (Atlanta, Georgia), 18 September 1895 [phonograph record]
LP8 63-64 Washington, Booker T., stamp commemoration, NBC, April 7, 1940 [phonograph record]
130 35 Waters, Ethel, with J.C. Heard Orchestra, "Taking a Chance on Love," "Cabin in the Sky," Continental Records (C-10006), undated [phonograph record]
130 36 Waters, Ethel, with J.C. Heard Orchestra, "U Shoulda Quit When I Was Ahead," "Honey In a Hurry," Continental Records (C-10009), undated [phonograph record]
130 37 Waters, Ethel, "Love Is The Thing," "Stormy Weather," Columbia Records (36329), undated [phonograph record]
130 38 Watson, Deek and Brown Dots, "Patience and Fortitude," "Is It Right," Manor Records (1017), undated [phonograph record]
130 39 Watson, Paula, "Pretty Papa Blues," "A Little Bird Told Me," Supreme Records (1507), undated [phonograph record]
AV8 29 Wayne, Jerry, "Playtime," Columbia Records (CO41635), undated [phonograph record]
AV6 28 Wayne State Men's Glee Club, Concert, 1974 [audiocassette]
AV6 30 Wayne State Men's Glee Club, Spring Concert, 1984 [audiocassette]
AV6 32 Wayne State Men's Glee Club, Spring Concert, 1988 [audiocassette]
AV6 31 Wayne State Men's Glee Club, Alumni Concert, 1988 [audiocassette]
LP4 13 Wayne State University Varsity Glee Club, "Honor! Honor!" 1968 [phonograph cover, signed]
LP7 23 Wayne State University Varsity Glee Club, "Honor! Honor!" 1968 [phonograph record]
130 40 Webb, Chick, "Rock It For Me," "Strictly Jive," Decca Records (1586), 1937 [phonograph record]
AV4 Welch, Nat, undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
130 41 Wetmore, Dick, "Rondette," "Sad Walk," "Re-Search," "Piece Caprice," "Just Duo," "Pomp," "Brash," "Shiftful," Bethlehem Records (BCP-1035), 1957 [phonograph record]
130 42 Wheeler, Doc and Sunset Orchestra, "How 'Bout That Mess," "Foo-Gee," Bluebird Records (B-11314), 1941 [phonograph record]
LP5 1 White, Josh and his Carolinians, Chain Gang, Columbia Records, 1940 [record cover]
130 43 White, Josh and his Carolinians, Chain Gang, "Nine Foot Shovel," "Chain Gang Boun'," Columbia Records album C22, 1940 [35559, phonograph record 1 of 4]
130 44 White, Josh and his Carolinians, Chain Gang, "Trouble," "Goin' Home, Boys," Columbia Records album C22, 1940 [35560, phonograph record 2 of 4]
130 45 White, Josh and his Carolinians, Chain Gang, "Cryin' Who? Cryin' You! " Columbia Records album C22, 1940 [35561, phonograph record 3 of 4]
130 46 White, Josh and his Carolinians, Chain Gang, "Told My Cap'n," "Jerry," Columbia Records album C22, 1940 [35562, phonograph record 4 of 4]
LP5 2 White, Josh, Ballads and Blues, Decca Records, 1946 [record cover]
130 47 White, Josh, Ballads and Blues, "I Gave My Love a Cherry," "The Lass With The Delicate Air," Decca Records Album No. A-447, 1946 [23651, phonograph record 1 of 4]
130 48 White, Josh, Ballads and Blues, "Evil Hearted Man," "Nobody Knows You When You Are Down and Out," Decca Records Album No. A-447, 1946 [23652, phonograph record 2 of 4]
130 49 White, Josh, Ballads and Blues, "Frankie and Johnny," "John Henry," Decca Records Album No. A-447, 1946 [23653, phonograph record 3 of 4]
130 50 White, Josh, Ballads and Blues, "Sometime," "Strange Fruit," Decca Records Album No. A-447, 1946 [23654, phonograph record 4 of 4]
LP5 3 White, Josh, Songs By Josh White, Asch Records, [1940s] [record cover]
131 1 White, Josh, Songs By Josh White, "I Got a Head Like a Rock," "Fare Thee Well," Asch Records Album 348, [1940s] [phonograph record 1 of 3]
131 2 White, Josh, Songs By Josh White, "Outskirts of Town," "One Meat Ball," Asch Records Album 348, [1940s] [phonograph record 2 of 3]
131 3 White, Josh, Songs By Josh White, "When I Lay Down and Die Do Die," "The House I Live In," Asch Records Album 348, [1940s] [phonograph record 3 of 3]
LP5 4 White, Josh, Southern Exposure An Album of Jim Crow Blues, Keynote Phonograph records Album No. 107, 1941 [record cover]
131 4 White, Josh, Southern Exposure An Album of Jim Crow Blues, "Southern Exposure," "Uncle Sam Says," Keynote Phonograph records Album No. 107, 1941 [K 514, phonograph record 1 of 3]
131 5 White, Josh, Southern Exposure An Album of Jim Crow Blues, "Hard Time Blues," "Defense Factory Blues," Keynote Phonograph records Album No. 107, 1941 [K 516, phonograph record 3 of 3]
LP5 5 Williams, Bert, Famous Songs, Columbia Records, [1940s] [record cover]
131 6 Williams, Bert, Famous Songs, "The Moon Shines on the Moonshine," "O Death, Where Is Thy Sting?" Columbia Records (album C 25), [1940s] [35590, phonograph record 1 of 4]
131 7 Williams, Bert, Famous Songs, "Everybody Wants a Key to My Cellar," "Bring Back Those Wonderful Days" Columbia Records (album C 25), [1940s] [35591, phonograph record 2 of 4]
131 8 Williams, Bert, Famous Songs, "Unlucky Blues," "Brother Low Down" Columbia Records (album C 25), [1940s] [35592, phonograph record 3 of 4]
131 9 Williams, Bert, Famous Songs, "It's Getting So You Can't Trust Nobody," "It's Nobody's Business But My Own," Columbia Records (album C 25), [1940s] [35593, phonograph record 4 of 4]
LP5 6 Williams, Camilla, with Borislav Bazala, Camilla Williams Sings Spirituals, MGM Records, undated [record cover]
131 10 Williams, Camilla, with Borislav Bazala, Camilla Williams Sings Spirituals, "Hold On," "Poor Me," "On Ma' Journey," "Talk About a Child," "His Name So Sweet," "When I've Done," "City Called Heaven," "Oh, What a Beautiful Cty," MGM Records (E-156), undated [phonograph record]
LP5 7 Williams, Camilla, with Borislav Bazala, A Camilla Williams Recital, MGM Records, undated [record cover]
131 11 Williams, Camilla, with Borislav Bazala, A Camilla Williams Recital, "Beau Soir," "Si Tu Le Veux," "Eglogue," "Que L'Heure Est Donc Breve," "Crepuscolo," "Pioggia," "Si Tu M'Ami," "Yarmouth Fair," "When I Bring To You Colour'd Toys," "The K'E," MGM Records (E140), undated [phonograph record]
LP9 40 Williams, Evan, "No Sun! No Moon!" Victor (19635), undated [phonograph record]
AV6 15 William Penn Jazz Ensemble, undated [audiocassette]
AV5 Williams, Mary Lou, undated [reel-to-reel audiotape]
131 12 Williams, Mary Lou, and White, Josh, "The Minute Man," "Froggy Bottom," Asch Records (2001), undated [phonograph record]
AV8 30 Wilson, Nancy, "Can't Take My Eyes Off You," Do You Know Why," Capital Records (2644), undated [phonograph record]
131 13 Teddy Wilson Quintet, "I Surrender Dear," "Runnin' Wild," Musicraft Records (319), 1945 [phonograph record]
AV8 31 Wooley, Lonesome Bill, "Play Me a Good Ole Country Song," "If You Need a Lot of Love," Baker-Wooley Music, undated [phonograph record]
AV3 Wright, Tre [recorded with "Today Show featuring Aaron Copeland" [reel-to-reel audiotape], See "Today Show"
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