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This collection consists of photocopies of music scores and sheet music primarily composed by Alfred Harding Yopp, Wilmington musician and businessman, as well as correspondence, newspaper clippings, and programs.
This collection is composed of undated piano and choral sheet music consisting of music from play productions and operas, official United States military songs, and other songs of the era. Well-known pieces such as People Will Say We Are In Love from the musical Oklahoma and the musical score from Gone With The Wind are contained within this sheet music collection. The only dated source, The Marine's Hymn, is from 1942 and is the oldest and official song of the United State Marine Corps.
Original sheet music, mostly of the the late nineteenth century, for voice and piano.
Collection of sheet music, both vocal and instrumental, from the early to mid 20th century.
This collection contains the personal music library of Laura Harriss Howell and includes opera librettos, music books, and sheet music meant to be sung and played on piano, organ or guitar by musicians in the home. Published primarily in the first half of the nineteenth century but including some Confederate imprints, the music reflects the parlor music tastes of the period and contains popular part-singing classics of the day.
This collection includes sheet music and songbooks of popular music during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Most of the selections are written for piano, however there are several arrangements for the ukulele and guitar.
- Choral music 2
- Composers -- United States 1
- Hymns 1
- Military music 1
- Musicals 1
- Opera 1
- Piano ensembles 1
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 1
- Wilmington (N.C.) 1
- correspondence 1
- photocopies 1 ∧ less
- Howell, Laura M Harriss, 1836-1911 1
- National Federation of Music Clubs 1
- North Carolina Federation of Music Clubs 1
- Thursday Morning Music Club (Wilmington, N.C.) 1
- Yopp, Alfred Harding, 1876-1973 1
- deRosset, Fanny Bowdoin, 1887-1983 1 ∧ less