Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains music scores and sketches, audio and video, office records and other related materials created during the life and career of Elmer Bernstein. From Bernstein's early works and juvenilia through his transition from radio to film and television in the early 1950's all the way to his later compositions which include works for theatre, recordings, and live concert performance, the collection contains material spanning more than 50 years.
Collection consists of the collected musical manuscripts of Dr. Bing (b. 1909), Director of Experimental Cardiology and Scientific Development at the Huntington Medical Research Institutes in Pasadena, California.
This collection contains the music scores, manuscripts and books of American composer, organist and teacher, and USC alumnus Rayner Brown (1912-1999). American organist, composer, and teacher Rayner Brown was born in Des Moines, Iowa in 1912, and died in Los Angeles, California in 1999. He earned his BM and MM at USC, and served as the principle organist for the Wilshire Presbyterian Church from 1941 to 1977.
Collection consists of 550 items of sheet music dating from 1924; screenplays and miscellaneous material including budgets, correspondence, contracts and advertising brochures related to films that composer Mack David (1912-1993) had worked on.
This collection consists of Richard Lert’s video and audio recordings of performances, rehearsals and lectures, personal papers and his music score library. Lert was born in Vienna and trained as an orchestral conductor in Germany. He moved to the United States in 1932 with his family and was the conductor of the Pasadena Symphony Orchestra from 1932 until his retirement in 1972.
The Robert Linn papers contains drafts and final copies of music compositions by Robert Linn, along with a few programs for concerts and other events. Linn joined the faculty of the USC School of Music in 1957 and served as the Chairman of the Music Theory and Composition Department from 1973 to 1990. Over the course of his career, Linn published compositions for symphony and wind orchestras and chorus and chamber ensembles.