SC/PP. Personal Papers
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Personal papers of musician, composer, bandleader, and educator Benedict J. Pullo, Jr. (1906-1996), including published and unpublished compositions and related copyright documentation, as well as audio recordings, clippings, and ephemera.
The personal papers of American saxophonist, educator, and NEA Jazz Master David Liebman (1946-). Liebman's papers include published and unpublished compositions and arrangements, over two thousand individual audiovisual recordings, posters, clippings, photographs, and other memorabilia from Liebman’s fifty-year career.
Musical manuscripts, photographs, book drafts, and other personal materials belonging to lyricist Don George (1909-1987).
Personal papers of multi-instrumentalist, Berklee alumnus, and former Berklee faculty member John McGann (1960-2012). McGann’s papers include transcriptions, compositions, teaching materials, and orchestral arrangements created by McGann over the course of his career as a performer, educator, and owner and operator of The Original Custom Transcription Service.
The personal papers of American saxophonist, composer, and educator Laurdine Kenneth “Pat” Patrick, Jr. (1929-1991). Patrick’s papers include published and unpublished compositions and arrangements, teaching materials, correspondence, clippings, programs, and photographs that reflect Patrick’s career as a musician with Sun Ra’s Arkestra, a theatrical composer, and the leader of the Baritone Saxophone Retinue.
Multiple binders containing notes, formulas, and other figures compiled and created by Lawrence Berk, founder of Berklee College of Music, likely produced in the 1930s as a result of Berk’s private study with Joseph Schillinger, creator of the Schillinger System of Musical Composition. These papers presumably contain the foundation of Berklee’s early curriculum.
The papers of American composer, poet, artist, and craftsman Renick E. Ross (1940-2012) primarily pertain to Ross’s composing activities between the 1960s and 2011. Materials primarily include unpublished manuscripts, unpublished sound recordings, and biographical material.