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Claude T. Smith Collection

Abstract

Title:
Claude T. Smith Collection
Author/Creator:
Smith, Claude Thomas
Collection number:
06-31-ABA
Size:
31.00 Linear Feet
Bulk dates:
1964-1987
Inclusive dates:
1964-1987
Collection Area:
Special Collections in Performing Arts
Repository:
Special Collections in Performing Arts, Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library, Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742. Contact the curator: http://www.lib.umd.edu/scpa/contact
Abstract:

Claude Thomas Smith was an American educator, conductor, and composer born in Missouri in 1932. A prolific composer, Smith completed over 110 compositions for band, twelve orchestral works, and fifteen choral pieces. His compositions include the works Emperata Overture which was featured at the 1964 Mid-West Band and Orchestra Clinic; Eternal Father Strong to Save which was commissioned in 1975 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the U.S. Navy Band and premiered at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C; and Flight which was adopted as the "official march" of the Smithsonian Institute's National Air and Space Museum. Smith worked as an instrumental music educator in Nebraska and Missouri until 1976, developing during that time a pedagogical system that was later codified in his band method books, and from 1976-1978 was a professor at Southwest Missouri State University. Upon leaving the University in 1978, Smith's focus became primarily on composing, which he continued until his death in 1987. The collection, part of the ABA Research Center, contains manuscript condensed and full scores, editing/correction scores, and published scores written throughout Smith's career. All scores are arranged alphabetically by composition title. The bulk of these manuscripts are editing/correction scores that document the final stages of Smith's creative process.

Important Information for Users of the Collection

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Preferred citation:

Claude T. Smith Collection, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries.

Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1903.1/1221
Publication rights:

Materials from this collection must be used in the Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library's Irving and Margery Morgan Lowens Special Collections Room, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Contact the curator for an appointment: http://www.lib.umd.edu/scpa/contact

Status:

This collection is PROCESSED.

Historical Note

Claude Thomas Smith, a prominent American educator, conductor, and composer, was born in Monroe City, Missouri on March 14, 1932 to Claude Melvin and Harriet Thomas Smith. The family moved twice in Smith's early years: to Kansas City shortly after his birth and to Carrollton, Missouri around the time that he entered school. Smith took dancing lessons in both locations, and began piano lessons and participated in school music and theater productions while living in Carrollton. During this time, his grandmother, a piano teacher and organist, indirectly influenced him through informal musical contact. Smith first participated in band in the eighth grade after receiving a cornet for Christmas. Harold Arehart assumed the band directorship at the Carrollton Schools in 1947, and had a significant influence on Smith who studied cornet with him and served as his assistant. Smith's conducting can be traced to this time, both at high school and with a local Boy Scout band.

In 1950, Smith entered the Central Methodist College in Fayette, Missouri where he played under band director K.K. Anderson and switched his primary instrument from cornet to horn. He left that institution in 1952 to join the 371st US Army Band during the Korean War. Stationed in Leavenworth, Kansas, Smith served as both hornist and librarian for the band, the latter of which prompted him to begin arranging and composing. Later that year, on October 5, 1952, he married Maureen Morrison. Smith returned to higher education in 1955 when entered the University of Kansas. There, he played horn in several ensembles, most notably in the band led by Russell Wiley who encouraged Smith's interest in composition and arranging. Representative pieces from this period include Prelude and Allegro for brass choir and The World Freedom March for band. Smith graduated in 1958 with a Bachelor of Music Education degree.

After college, Smith worked as an instrumental music educator in Nebraska and Missouri until 1976. Following the birth of his daughter Pamela Kay in August 1958, he taught band in Cozad, Nebraska, conducted a local church choir, and composed pieces such as Honor Guard and Citation. Both pieces are band works that were published by Wingert-Jones Publications, a publisher with whom Smith would maintain a relationship throughout his life. In 1963, Smith began teaching at Center High School in Kansas City, Missouri where he stayed until 1966. Particularly important from these years was the composition of Emperata Overture which was featured at the 1964 Mid-West Band and Orchestra Clinic and is one of Smith's most performed and highly regarded works. Smith moved from Kansas City to Chillicothe, Missouri in 1966 where he stayed for ten years. During this time, he resumed his activities as a church choir director, began teaching a high school theory/composition course, and developed, with the help of his assistant Bill Maupin, the pedagogical system that was later codified in his band method books. Notably, Smith's compositional output increased during these years, and he was inducted into ASCAP in 1970. Perhaps his most important composition from this time was Eternal Father Strong to Save which was commissioned in 1975 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the U.S. Navy Band and premiered at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C.

In 1976, Smith left public school teaching to take a faculty position at Southwest Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri where he taught composition, theory and horn, and conducted the University Symphony Orchestra. The demands placed on Smith by this position were such that his composition activities dropped off significantly until he left in 1978 and moved to Raytown, Missouri. The years following 1978 were Smith's most prolific; during this time he conducted the Blue Ridge Presbyterian Church choir, but otherwise focused primarily of writing music. Smith became an educational consultant for Wingert-Jones, though he also began working for Jenson Publications as a staff writer. Noteworthy compositions from the last part of Smith's life include Flight, commissioned by the Air Force Band in 1984 and adopted as the "official march" of the Smithsonian Institute's National Air and Space Museum; Variations on a Hymn by Louis Bourgeois, commissioned by the Marine Band in 1986; and Variations on a Revolutionary War Hymn, commissioned by the Army Field Band. Smith died of a heart attack on December 13, 1987 shortly after conducting a Christmas concert. He is survived by his wife and daughter who, along with his son-in-law Jim Kelly, founded Claude T. Smith Publications Inc. in 1993 which publishes over sixty of Smith's works, a method book, and several recordings.

Claude T. Smith was a prolific composer, having completed over 110 compositions for band, twelve orchestral works, and fifteen choral pieces that were described by one critic as "contemporary romantic." His pitch language is essentially analogous to Western common practice traditions, with particular emphasis on striking melodic material and bass lines that articulate functional harmonic progressions. Multiple scholars have noted, however, that toward the end of his life, Smith was using "dissonances" with increasing frequency and postulated that had he continued writing, this aspect would have become a more pervasive characteristic of his music. Smith is perhaps best known for his rhythmic practice, particularly introducing asymmetrical meters into the band idiom in 1964 with the 7/8 and oddly subdivided 9/8 measures of Emperata Overture. Some of Smith's other compositions feature continually changing meters, such as the 3/4 - 6/8 - 1/4 - 7/8 - 3/4 metrical sequence found in Acclamation. Smith is also recognized for using triplet quarter notes and hemiola techniques in many of his pieces. Taking these two facets in combination, it is apparent that through the majority of his career, Smith's use of pitch was firmly rooted in 19th-century practice, while his rhythmic syntax owed much to certain composers of the early to mid 20th-century such as Igor Stravinsky and Aaron Copland. A final notion that is frequently cited regarding Smith's music is his attention to all ensemble lines; partly stemming from his pedagogical perspective, Smith continually strove to write engaging parts for each member of the ensembles for which he composed, a facet that is particularly apparent in his percussion writing.

Smith maintained a very active career throughout his life. In addition to the aforementioned and numerous other commissions, he wrote solo works for prominent performers such as "Doc" Severson, Brian Bowman, Gary Foster, and Rich Matteson. Smith also received frequent awards including multiple ASCAP Composer's Awards, a Missouri House of Representatives recognition resolution (1976), the Hall of Fame Award from the Missouri Bandmaster's Association (1988), the National Band Association Award from the Academy of Wind and Percussion Arts (1988), and the Distinguished Service to Music Award from Kappa Kappa Psi (1989). He was sought as a clinician throughout the United States, Australia, Canada, and Europe. Claude T. Smith memorial scholarships are given at Central Methodist College, Southwest Missouri State University, and Central Missouri State University. Smith's music is still often performed, as demonstrated by studies published in the Journal of Band Research in 1987 and 2005, and both he and his work have profoundly affected musicians and music education throughout the United States and beyond.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

Claude T. Smith Collection covers the period from 1964 to 1987. The collection contains manuscript condensed and full scores, editing/correction scores, and published scores written throughout Smith's career.

Custodial History and Acquisition Information

The manuscripts were donated to the ABA Research Center by Smith's wife, Maureen, in 2005

Processing Information

Processed by:

Processed by Michael Boyd with assistance from Kevin Pace. October 2006

Encoded by:

EAD markup created using EAD database in Microsoft Access. Markup completed by Colleen McKnight, January 2007.

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Condensed Score Manuscripts, 1968-1982 (5.50 Linear Feet)

Contains thirty-seven handwritten scores that condense a full score to 2-4 staves

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
American Folk Song Trilogy, undated series 1box 1folder 1
Anthem for Winds and Percussion, undated series 1box 1folder 2
Ballad and Presto Dance for Solo Tuba, undated series 1box 1folder 3
Boys of the Old Brigade -- Contains text notes from memo pad, 1981 series 1box 1folder 4
Chorale and Allegro, 1968 series 1box 1folder 5
Chorale - Prelude, God of Our Fathers, 1974 series 1box 1folder 6
Citation March [formerly "Midwestern Music Camp March"] -- Manuscript copy with editing annotations, undated series 1box 1folder 7
Concert Celebration, undated series 1box 1folder 8
Concert Variations, 1977 series 1box 1folder 9
Credence: A Concert Overture, 1973 series 1box 1folder 10
Dance Prelude, undated series 1box 1folder 11
Distant Trumpet, The (A Choral Prelude) -- "Commissioned by Clint and Damon Ladd in memory of Steve Ladd", undated series 1box 1folder 12
Emperata Overture (for Winds and Percussion), 2 copies -- One copy in pencil; one copy in pen, undated series 1box 1folder 13
Eternal Father, Strong to Save (The Navy Hymn) -- "Dedicated to the US Navy Band, N.E. Muffley Conductor", 1975 series 1box 1folder 14
Festival Variations, undated series 1box 1folder 15
Flight -- "Commissioned by the United States Air Force Band, Washington, DC and dedicated to the National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution", undated series 1box 1folder 16
Flourish and Hymn of Praise [was re-titled from "Prelude Concertante"; then to "Fanfare and Hymn of Praise"; then to present title in 1981] -- "Written for the Air Academy H.S. Band, U.S. A.F. Academ, Colo. Larry Perkins, Cond.", 1981 series 1box 1folder 17
Flourish, Song and Toccata, undated series 1box 1folder 18
Gala XXV -- "Commissioned by the California Band Directors Ass'n[sic]." With 6 pages of related MS material, 1982 series 1box 1folder 19
God of Our Fathers -- "National Hymn"; optional Trumpet IV part; Bass Clarinet part, undated series 1box 2folder 1
The Heavens Resound [for String Orchestra] -- Beethoven, arr. Claude T. Smith, undated series 1box 2folder 2
Introduction & Caccia -- "Prelude and Caccia" under title on first page; related manuscript material, undated series 1box 2folder 3
Joyance -- "To the Central Methodist College Band, Fayette, Mo., Keith House, Conductor", 197[7] series 1box 2folder 4
Jubilant Prelude [re-titled from "Epiclude"; titled "Epiclude" on first page] -- "Commissioned by the Guymon, Oklahoma High School Band, Jerry Toler, Director", 1977 series 1box 2folder 5
Legacy for Band [included memo from Smith re-titles work from "Gunnison Festival Overture" which is the title listed on the first page] -- "Commissioned By the Scottsbluff, Nebraska H.S. Ban, Dean Maxwell, Conductor, for its European Tour", undated series 1box 2folder 6
March Spiritoso, undated series 1box 2folder 7
Overture for a Celebration -- Separate 8-page piano part (paginated); rest of pages stapled together (not paginated), undated series 1box 2folder 8
Overture on an Early American Folk Hymn -- "Commissioned by and Dedicated to the South Carolina Bandmasters Association", undated series 1box 2folder 9
Overture Romantique [titled "An Occasional Overture" on first page (apparently re-titled)] -- "Commissioned by the Univeristy of Kansas Band, Kenneth Bloomquist, Director" [no page 9; only two unnumbered pages between pp. 11 and 15], 1970 series 1box 2folder 10
Prelude - Variations -- [Paginated 1-20; no page 10], undated series 1box 2folder 11
Rhapsody for Trombone -- "Written for Warren Covington", 1971 series 1box 2folder 12
Rondo for Trumpet -- "Commissioned by the Getzen Company"; "Written for 'Doc' Severinsen"; post-it note with instructions to printer on p.2; pp.3-4 printed, undated series 1box 2folder 13
Symphonic March on an English Hymn Tune -- "Commissioned By the Northshore Concert Band, John P. Paynter, Conductor - For the First Adult Band Conference", undated series 1box 2folder 14
Symphonic Psalm -- "Commissioned By the 1979 Texas AA Honor Band, Bellville H.S., Robert McElroy, Cond.", 1979 series 1box 2folder 15
Hymn for Band [Re-titled from "Divertimento" or "Divertimento I"] -- "Commissioned by Kappa Psi[sic] and Tau Beta Sigma, 1977", 1977 series 1box 2folder 16
Three Contrasts for French Horn [15 page piano score, 4 page solo (stapled out of order); solo part titled "Three Contrasts for Solo Horn and Wind Ensemble"] -- "Commissioned by the New Rochelle, N.Y. Wind Ens. Jim Wayne, Cond."; on solo part: "Written for Barbara Vladenides, Horn Soloist", 1977 series 1box 2folder 17
Variations On A Revolutionary Hymn [12 page score, paginated 1-14 (no pages 7 and 9); 3 page organ part; 15 pages related material] -- On last page of score: "Commissioned by and Written for the United States Army Field Band, Col. William Clark, Conductor. In Commeration[sic] of the 200th Anniversary of the U.S. Constitution", ca. 1987 series 1box 2folder 18
Variations on an English Folk Song, undated series 1box 2folder 19

Series 2: Full Score Manuscripts, 1966-1987 (13.75 Linear Feet)

Contains forty-one handwritten scores [some are editing/correction scores]

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Across the Wide Missouri -- Includes optional fanfare, 1974 series 2box 3folder 1
Cresset Variations, undated series 2box 3folder 2
Allegheny Portrait [originally titled "Allegheny Winds" on this manuscript. Note with title change information included] -- "Commissioned for the PMEA District 5 Band Festival, John Manhollan, Host. In Memory of Raymond C. Schweinberg", undated series 2box 3folder 3
Ballad and Presto Dance. For Solo Tuba and Band. [Score is a photo copy. Includes MS of the solo tuba part 4p] -- "Written for Steve Seward", undated series 2box 3folder 4
Beguine on a Brazilian Folk Song -- 2p of related MS material, undated series 2box 3folder 5
Bombasto March ["O.R. Farrar edited by Claude T. Smith"] -- "Dedicated to the 7th Ward Military Band, Omaha Neb", undated series 2box 3folder 6
Chorale-Prelude, God of Our Fathers, 1974 series 2box 3folder 7
Chorale Prelude on a German Hymn Tune (I Sing the Almighty Power of God), undated series 2box 3folder 8
Chorale Prelude: Rejoice Ye Pure In Heart -- "Commissioned by Tau Chapter (Phi Beta) and Beta Mu Chapter (Phi Mu Alpha) for the Central Methodist College Band in Commeration [sic] at its 75th Anniversary, Prof. Keith House, Cond.", undated series 2box 3folder 9
A Christmas Prelude: O Come, O Come, Emmanuel -- "Commissioned by the Papillion, Nebraska Junior High School Symphonic Band, Kenneth A. Molzer, Conductor", undated series 2box 3folder 10
Concert Celebration -- "Written for the Geneseo, Ill. High School Concert Band, Victor Bianchetta, conductor", undated series 2box 3folder 11
Concert Dance and Intermezzo -- "Commissioned by Dr. Neill H. Humfield for the Clay Center, Kansas Community High School Band - In Memory of Wayne Snodgrass, Director (1937-1969)", 1972 series 2box 3folder 12
Dance Prelude -- "Commissioned for the Central Mo. State U. Concert Band, Dr. Russell Coleman, Cond. By Epsilon Gamma Chapter, Phi Mu Alpha" [sic], undated series 2box 3folder 13
Declaration Overture -- "To My Wife, Maureen", 1986 series 2box 4folder 1
Fanfare, Ballad & Jubilee [also contains condensed score material] -- "Commissioned by Beta Theda Chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon, XI Chi Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha, the Tennessee Tech. Fine Arts Foundation and the Tennessee Tech. Dept. of Music", undated series 2box 4folder 2
Fanfare & Hymn of Praise [re-titled "Flourish & Hymn of Praise", however, the title on the score is "Fanfare..."] -- "Written for the Air Academy High School Symphonic Band, U.S.A.F. Academy, Colorado, Larry Perkins, Conductor" [there is a blank staff page after page 30], undated series 2box 4folder 3
Festive Episode [re-titled "Festive Proclamation", however, the title on the score is "Festive Episode"] -- "Commissioned by the Merrillville, Indiana High School Band, Susan A. Williams, Conductor"; short memo also included, undated series 2box 4folder 4
Festival Variations -- "Commissioned by the United State Air Force Band, Colonel Arnald D. Gabriel, Commander/Conductor, and dedicated to the Music Educators National Conference on the occasion of it's 75th Anniversary (1907-1982)" [sic]. BRITTLE, 1982 series 2box 4folder 5
Flight -- "The Official March of the National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution", 1985 series 2box 4folder 6
Galop Humoresque -- "Festive Fanfare Series", undated series 2box 4folder 7
Incidental Suite: Tarantella -- [copy removed from binding], 1966 series 2box 4folder 8
Indiana State Band March -- "O.R. Farrar, edited by Claude T. Smith", undated series 2box 4folder 9
Inscriptions for Band, undated series 2box 4folder 10
Introduction & Caccia --"Festive Fanfare Series" -- "Commissioned by the American Youth Symphony, Band, and Chorus for the Deleware Valley Symphonic Band (Media, Pa.) Bonnie Strang, Conductor"; [there is a blank staff page after page 36], undated series 2box 4folder 11
Joyance -- "To the Central Meth. College Band, Fayette, Mo., Keith House, Conductor", undated series 2box 5folder 1
Jubilee for Winds -- "Commissioned for the Sinclair Community College - Community Wind Ensemble, Clarence Walls, Conductor, In Celebration of the Sinclair Community College Centennial", undated series 2box 5folder 2
Jubilo, A Concert Overture, undated series 2box 5folder 3
March on a Scottish Air (Auld Lang Syne), undated series 2box 5folder 4
March Russe, undated series 2box 5folder 5
Meramec Rhapsody -- "Commissioned by the Missouri Bandmaster's Association", undated series 2box 5folder 6
Our Creed is Our Shield -- Condensed score ms copy (2); full score ms copy; letter/envelope; parts (ms and ms copies), 1980 series 2box 5folder 7
Overture for a Celebration -- "Commissioned by and written for the Kansas City Youth Symphony, David Circle, Cond.", undated series 2box 5folder 8
Prelude & Toccata -- "Commissioned by the VanderCook College Band, Victor Zajec, Conductor, to Commemorate the 41st Anniversary of the Midwest International Band and Orchestra Clinic", undated series 2box 5folder 9
Prelude - Variations [also included cover of notebook that originally contained the score with notes written on one side of cover] -- "Commissioned by the Fresno Calif. St. College Wind Ens., Lawrence Sutherland, Conductor", undated series 2box 5folder 10
Rhapsody On Christmas Carols "For Band" -- "Commissioned By and For the United States Marine Band, Col. John R. Bourgeois, Director", undated series 2box 6folder 1
Rhapsody On Christmas Carols "For Orchestra", undated series 2box 6folder 2
Serenade & Dance -- "Commissioned By The West Virginia Band Director's Assn.", undated series 2box 6folder 3
Shenandoah, A Sea Fantasy -- Other titles on score [all start with "Shenandoah"]: "A Ballad of the Sea", "A Song of the Sea", "A Sea Chanty"; "concert band level", undated series 2box 6folder 4
Silver Salutation -- Contains folder of working notes [9 pages]; title info on page 2; "A Concert Overture"; "Commissioned by Duncan Music Co., Winston-Salem, N.C.", 1982 series 2box 6folder 5
Sonus Ventorum "Sound of the Winds" -- BRITTLE; correction inserts falling off - some may be missing - glue spots may be from missing inserts or residue, undated series 2box 6folder 6
Spirit of Texas -- Working notes, not completed score, undated series 2box 6folder 7
Suite for String Orchestra, undated series 2box 6folder 8
Summer in Rio -- Paginated 1-24, no page 14, originally titled "Summer in Brazil" and "Brazilian Summer", undated series 2box 6folder 9
Sunbird -- "Fest-Fanfare Series", undated series 2box 6folder 10
Symphonic Prelude; re-titled "Affirmation & Credo" -- "Commissioned for the Southwest Mo. State U. Concert Band, Robert Scott, Cond., by Delta Rho Chapter, Tau Beta Sigma"; one page memo, 1978 series 2box 6folder 11
Symphonic Prelude on Adeste Fideles, undated series 2box 6folder 12
Symphonic Prelude on Amazing Grace -- Contains folder of working notes [8 pages]; "Commissioned by the Dixie Band Camp (Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, Arkansas) to Celebrate It's 50th Anniversary" [sic], undated series 2box 6folder 13
Symphonic Variations on In Dulci Jubilo -- "Concert Band Level", undated series 2box 7folder 1
Symphony No. 1 for Band; formerly "Hymn for Band & Divertimento I" -- Contains folder of related material; Attached note: "Pages 40 & 41 are in reverse order. DO NEXT PAGE FIRST!"; separate cover page with memo, ca. 1977-1979 series 2box 7folder 2
A Thousand Hills Overture -- "Young Band Level", undated series 2box 7folder 3
Variations on a Revolutionary Hymn -- "Commissioned by the United States Army Field Band, Col. William E. Clark, Commander/Conductor - In Commemoration of the 200th Anniversary of the U.S. Constitution", September 1987 series 2box 7folder 4
Variations on an English Folk Song -- "To My Friend, Bill Maupin", undated series 2box 7folder 5
The Water Is Wide; alternate title on first page "Ballad, The Water Is Wide" -- Contains folder of working notes alternate title on first page "Ballad, The Water Is Wide", undated series 2box 7folder 6
Windgate Festival -- "Dedicated to the Missouri Music Educator's Association in Celebration of it's 50th Anniversary" [sic], undated series 2box 7folder 7
Windstar (Concert Overture) -- "Commissioned by Epsilon Gamma Chapter, Phi Mu Alpha Central Missouri State University", undated series 2box 7folder 8
Zia, Zia (Spanish March) -- Contains folder of working notes, undated series 2box 7folder 9

Series 3: Published Scores, 1966-1987 (2.75 Linear Feet)

Contains nine published scores

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Acclamation -- Full score, 1969 series 3box 8folder 1
Chorale and Fugue (J.S. Bach) -- Full score, 1986 series 3box 8folder 2
Commemoration Fanfare and Chorale -- Full score, 2 copies, 1985 series 3box 8folder 3
Danse Folâtre -- Full score, 1987 series 3box 8folder 4
Declaration Overture -- Full score, 1986 series 3box 8folder 5
Dramatic Prelude -- Condensed score, 1966 series 3box 8folder 6
Fantasy for Trumpet -- Condensed score and solo part, 1967 series 3box 8folder 7
God of our Fathers -- Full score, 1977 series 3box 8folder 8
Prelude on an Early American Folk Hymn "My Shepherd Will Supply My Need" -- Full score, 1984 series 3box 8folder 9

Series 4: Oversized Score Manuscripts, 1964-1984 (9.00 Linear Feet)

Contains twenty-nine oversized scores

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Anthem for Winds and Percussion -- Photocopy included (oversize), October 12, 1978 series 4box 9folder 1
Avondale Overture (oversize), undated series 4box 9folder 2
Bainbridge Fair March -- With related working notes (oversize), undated series 4box 9folder 3
Canticle: All Creatures of Our God and King (oversize), undated series 4box 9folder 4
Chorale Prelude: All Things Bright and Beautiful (An Old English Melody) (oversize), undated series 4box 9folder 5
Chorale Prelude: For the Beauty of the Earth -- With related working notes and sketches [4p] (oversize), undated series 4box 9folder 6
Concert Piece for Euphonium -- With post-it note; score removed from plastic binder (oversize), 1980 series 4box 9folder 7
Danza Sonora (oversize), undated series 4box 9folder 8
Emperata Overture (oversize), 1964 series 4box 9folder 9
Fantasia for Alto Saxophone (oversize), 1983 series 4box 9folder 10
Flight (oversize), undated series 4box 10folder 1
Golden Regiment March (oversize), undated series 4box 10folder 2
Horizons West (oversize), undated series 4box 10folder 3
Hymn to St. Avold (oversize), undated series 4box 10folder 4
Incidental Suite -- Possibly incomplete; related working notes (oversize), undated series 4box 10folder 5
Intrada: Adoration and Praise -- With working notes (oversize), undated series 4box 10folder 6
Introduction and Fugato -- BRITTLE (oversize), undated series 4box 10folder 7
Invocation and Jubiloso (oversize), undated series 4box 10folder 8
Island Fiesta -- Previous title: Latin Magic (oversize), undated series 4box 10folder 9
Jubilant Prelude (oversize), October 20, 1978 series 4box 10folder 10
March on an Irish Air (oversize), October 16, 1978 series 4box 11folder 1
Overture for a Festival (oversize), undated series 4box 11folder 2
Oxford Point Overture (oversize), undated series 4box 11folder 3
Prelude for Band (oversize), undated series 4box 11folder 4
Santiago Carnival -- Previous title: Guadalajara Nights (title info included) (oversize), undated series 4box 11folder 5
Star Song (oversize), undated series 4box 11folder 6
Stone Mountain Overture -- With working notes (oversize), undated series 4box 11folder 7
Symphonic Psalm (oversize), 1979 series 4box 11folder 8
Variations on a Hymn by Louis Bourgeois (oversize), 1984 series 4box 11folder 9

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