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Heintze, James R. "Alexander Malcolm: Musician, Clergyman, and Schoolmaster." Maryland Historical Magazine 73 (September 1978): 226-35.
Heintze, James R. Music in Colonial Annapolis. M.A. thesis, American University, 1969.
Heyl, Edgar. "Plays by Marylanders, 1870-1916." Maryland Historical Magazine 62 (1967): 438-447.
Heyl, Edgar. "Plays by Marylanders, 1870-1916." Maryland Historical Magazine 63 (1968): 70-77, 179-187, 420-426.
Heyl, Edgar. "Plays by Marylanders, 1870-1916." Maryland Historical Magazine 64 (1969): 74-77, 412-419.
Heyl, Edgar. "Plays by Marylanders, 1870-1916." Maryland Historical Magazine 65 (1970): 181-184, 301-303.
Heyl, Edgar. "Plays by Marylanders, 1870-1916." Maryland Historical Magazine 67 (1972): 71-83.
Hildebrand, David K. "Music of the Early Chesapeake and its Performance (Re-creating 18th century musical life)." Sonneck Society Bulletin of American Music 15 (Fall 1989): 103-6.
Hildebrand, David K. Musical Instruments: Their Implications Concerning Musical Life in Colonial Annapolis. M.A. thesis, George Washington University, 1987.
Hildebrand, David K. Musical Life in and Around Annapolis, Maryland, (1649-1776). Ph.D. diss., Catholic University of America, 1992.
Annotation / Notes: A thorough description of musical practice organized by place - theatre, tavern church, at home, military settings, and slave quarters, and also by activity - such as teaching, dancing, and club life. Several important local manuscripts are described, as is the general repertory. This multi-disciplinary study includes biographical index, and recent advances in social history are incorporated.
Hildebrand, David, and Ginger Hildebrand. Over the Hills and Far Away: Being a Collection of Music From 18th Century Annapolis. Annapolis: David & Ginger Hildebrand, 1990.
Annotation / Notes: Compact disc musical recording, extensive liner notes, Albany Records TROY042.
Hildebrand, David, and Ginger. Music of the Charles Carroll Family, 1785-1832. Annapolis: David & Ginger Hildebrand, 1991.
Annotation / Notes: Compact disc recording, extensive liner notes, Albany Records TROY056.
Hodes, Michael C. "From Towson to Broadway." Maryland 28 (March 1996): 18-23.
Hodes, Michael C. "An Unscripted Life." Maryland 28 (November/December 1996): 26-29.
Categories: Music and Theater
Hoffman, Hiram Alan. "Jewish Music Then and Now." Generations 5 (April 1985): 35-40.
Howard, James H. "The Nanticoke-Delaware Skeleton Dance." American Indian Quarterly 2 (Spring 1975): 1-13.
Jones, James Nathan. Alfred Jack Thomas (1884-1962) Musician, Composer, Educator. M.A. thesis, Morgan State University, 1978.
Annotation / Notes: Through Army records, the pages of the Afro American, and interviews with musicians who worked and studied with Alfred Jack Thomas, Jones brings to life the world of the classically trained African-American musician during segregation. One of the first Black bandmasters in the U.S. Army, composer, and conductor (the first Black conductor to lead the all-white Baltimore Symphony Orchestra) A. Jack Thomas was a major force in Maryland's African-American musical community from World War I until his retirement in 1955. Thomas, an outstanding athlete who attended college on a boxing scholarship, rode with the 10th U.S. Cavalry in the American West and served under General John J. Pershing during his campaign to put down the revolutionary forces under Pancho Villa. In 1921 Thomas fought to establish the first Black municipal band in Baltimore and became its conductor. He chaired the Music Department at Morgan College and was a member of the faculty of Howard University.
Kahn, Philip, Jr. "The Yiddish Theater." Generations (Fall 1993): 17, 19.
Kares, M. "Baltimore: Center of German-American Organ Building." Tracker 39, no. 3 (1995): 10-17.
Katz, Adam. "Conducting History." Annapolis Quarterly (Spring 1996): 18-22.
Categories: Music and Theater
Katz-Stone, Adam. "'Green' Pastures." Annapolis Quarterly (Fall 1996): 86-88.
Categories: Music and Theater
Keefer, Lubov. Baltimore's Music: The Haven of the American Composer. Baltimore: J. H. Furst Co., 1962.
Annotation / Notes: As eccentric as its author, the incomparable Lubov Breit Keefer, Baltimore's Music is a dizzying stream of consciousness that rushed from Colonial Maryland headlong into the 'sixties. Keefer covers everything from church music to tin pan alley, packing in histories of all of the city's major musical organizations, amateur and professional, along with glimpses of composers, performers and musical trends. It helps to remember that no on else had the nerve to take on this topic. Keefer did, publishing it herself, without the benefit of an editor, and this is all we have to date.
Kelbaugh, Jack. "The Star: Anne Arundel's Only Black Movie Theater." Anne Arundel County History Notes 31 (October 1999): 3-4, 9.
Koenig, Linda Lee. The Vagabonds, America's Oldest Little Theater. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1983.
Kracke, Robert D., and Carol Bench. "Through the Cracks of History: Those Shape Notes." Harford Historical Bulletin (Summer 1984): 38-46.
Annotation / Notes: Hymnal scores and their use in Harford County.