Music -- Performance
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content The collection consists of images of club members and performers, club member meetings, and concerts and events produced by the Atlanta Music Club. A variety of images of events are represented in the collection such as color and black and white images from the Atlanta Community Symphony Orchestra's 26th Annual Young Artists' Concerto Concert (2000); the club's Spring Promenade (1982); the All-Star Concert Series (1985) and a fashion show (1993). There are a small number of unidentified events,...
Dates: 1950-2001, undated
Scope and Content The clippings, correspondence, programs, and articles in this collections, pertain primarily to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and the Atlanta Symphony Guild, and secondarily with the Atlanta Music Club and the Atlanta Junior League. Of particular note is a signed proclamation by Mayor William B. Hartsfield that declared September, 6-13, 1954, Atlanta Symphony Week, the script of the orchestra’s tenth anniversary radio program, (which includes a history of the group), and several articles...
Dates: 1938-1956, undated
Scope and Content This collection contains programs from recitals at which Lilla Lynam Noble sang. Most of the recitals occurred at Atlanta Conservatory of Music, The collection also contains recital invitations and a wedding invitation for the marriage ceremony of Lilla Lynam and Clymer Marlay Noble.
Scope and Content This collection consists of one scrapbook kept by Louise Locklin during 1945-1946. The scrapbook contains souvenir programs, clippings, and other related materials regarding musical performances in Atlanta, Georgia. Many of the items in the scrapbook appear to have been related to or presented through the sponsorship of the Atlanta Music Club.
Scope and Content This collection contains a souvenir program of the Knights Templar Entertainment under the auspices of Coeur de Lion Commandery, No. 4 and Atlanta Commandery, No. 9 held at the Auditorium-Armory on November 18, 1921 and a program of the Buckhead Symphony Orchestra which performed at the Buckhead Stadium on September 16, 1934.
Scope and Content This collection consists of four scrapbooks kept by Ruth Dabney Smith as a young musician in Atlanta, Georgia. The earliest scrapbook consists of programs of concerts and performances she attended. The majority of the other three scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings regarding Smith, her family and friends, her students, and musical performances.
Scope and Content The collection includes financial statements, checkbooks, and a music book. The financial statements detail items such as dental procedures, clothing costs, and Westminster tuition among other items. The music book contains fight songs played by university marching bands.
Dates: 1939-1963, undated