Scrapbook containing cuttings of photographs and articles relating to musicians of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. Also includes programmes of performances by Dorothy Barrie (later Dorothy Lee) by herself or as part of the Elsie Owen Quartet, photographs and her reports from the Royal Academy of Music, 1916-1918. c 1916-c1940.
A large collection of various items including several vinyl albums, shellac albums, CDs, sheet music and publications. The majority of the items relate to scottish and folk music although other genres of music are included such as classical, swing and pop.
Students' Asscociation society: includes correspondence, minutes of general annual meeting and committee meetings. Programme booklets for productions, 'The Boyfriend', 'The Gondoliers', 'Mikado', 'Kiss me Kate', 'Iolanthe', 'Orpheus in the Underworld', 'Godspell', 'Guys and Dolls', 'Oklahoma', 'The Merry Widow'.
CD of digital photographs of Bert Barnett and fellow architecture students including those taken in the Art College, 1967-1968, canteen, miscellaneous images 1964-1966 and 'Sleepy People' , a college band at rehearsals featuring Ric Russell and Dick Cannon amongst others; 2 printed emails giving a brief history of Bert's time at Art College and a list of captions for the photographs.
Transcript - "The Panmure MS", and related notes, photographs and correspondence. The volume is a transcript of the words, though not the music, from Robert Edward's 'Commonplace Book' which dates from the end of the seventeenth century. Edward, it's compiler, was minister of Murroes, and was the man responsible for the first printed description of Forfarshire. His musical commonplace book is one of the collection of early Scottish Music books in the possession of Lord Dalhousie. The transcription was made in 1895 by Hutcheson
Minute book 1955-1965, letters to Gordon Sneddon, secretary, from or relating to Pee Wee Russell 1959-1967, file of correspondence with Gordon Sneddon 1952-1962, brochures, programmes, newspaper supplements mainly 1960s (one from 1979).
Photographs and transparencies of Dundee Jute Industries Pipe Band and works outing c1950-1960; Register with inserted sheet music, inside cover notes, 'Attendance register, probably form Bowbridge Works, Dundee. Acquired by James Dixon, a metal-worker at Bowbridge Works, and used by his son Charlie Dixon, a member of Jute Industries Pipe Band, to keep pipe music scores' dated May 1947 - September 1949 and includes names of weavers.
Pdf version and hard copy of memoir by Iain Forbes, 2016, plus concert tickets, membership cards, posters and flyer relating to Dundee University Jazz Club, 1969-1970, with copies of 'The Old Dundonian', 1960s-1970
Bound volume of musical scores. Musical score of 'Ballads of Battle' set to music by J F Heyde (aka James H Foote, a Dundee musician and music seller), published in London by Collar Moutrie. Autographed by Joseph Lee 'From the Author to the Composer'. 2 copies. 1916. Also includes advert for Two Indian Songs, words by Laurence Hope, music by Egerton Catchside. Musical score of 'Songs from Somewhere (5 further Ballads of Battle)' by J F Heyde (aka James H Foote), published in London by Collar Moutrie. Includes Lee's autograph and dedication 'To my friends Mr and Mrs Foote'. 1917.