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Boys will be girls, girls will be boys: Cross-gender roles in opera
Summary of exhibit curated by Nara Newcome in 2004 featuring illustrations from a variety of sources, including the J. Warren Perry Collection.
Bradley (Carol June) Music Librarianship Oral History Recordings, 1973-1988 (Mus. Arc. 76)
135 cassette containing recordings of interviews conducted by Carol June Bradley with noted music librarians in the United States.
Bradley (Carol June) Music Librarianship Collection (Unprocessed)
Papers collected by Carol June Bradley for her research into the history of music librarianship in the United States.
Bradley (Carol June) Papers (Unprocessed)
Consists of papers of librarian Carol June Bradley
Brigham-Dimiziani (Sylvia) Collection of Annotated and Manuscript Scores (Mus. Arc. 70)
Contains scores owned and marked by soprano Sylvia Brigham-Dimiziani
British Vocal Music Collection, late 18th to mid 19th-century (Mus. Arc. 51)
A miscellaneous collection consisting of eighty volumes of songs, song texts, and associated vocal works, together with eight hundred seventy-two separately issued items, published mostly in London from the late 18th to the mid-19th centuries. Included are many folk and anonymous songs as well as works by significant British composers.
Bruyas (Florian) Collection of French Opera Scores, circa 1830-1935
Contains 128 volumes of operas in vocal score format with piano accompaniment. The scores were published, mainly in Paris, between 1830 and 1935. They were collected by Florian Bruyas, many bearing his autograph on the cover or t.p. Several also have tipped-in pages with newspaper clippings and other illustrations as well as notations on the cast lists and scores. All items fully cataloged in the University Libraries Catalog accessible through a call number search: M9 A3 B84