Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Approximately 511 issues of rare popular music periodicals compiled by Berklee College of Music's Stan Getz Library, featuring the following titles: The Broadside, Broadside (Boston), Broadside (NY), Jazz, Jazz and Pop, Jazz Quarterly, and Metronome.
Materials collected and organized by Alma Berk during her tenure as Chief Public Affairs Officer (1959-1994), including press clippings and releases, photographs, institutional reports, files on faculty and students, promotional materials, college publications and curricular material, and other records documenting the college's first 50+ years.
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 Liebman's papers include published and unpublished compositions and arrangements, over two thousand individual audiovisual recordings, posters, clippings, photographs, and other memorabilia from Liebman’s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).
The Donald Bacon papers represent the work of journalist and photographer Donald Bacon, who documented the jazz scene in New England between 1970 and 1997. The collection includes writings, clippings, promotional material, and ephemera created and compiled by Bacon; incoming and outgoing correspondence to jazz musicians, agents, and other correspondents; photographs of musicians; and recordings of interviews with musicians and concerts on audio cassette.
This collection comprises the work of sound engineer Ed Williams and photographer Ruth Williams, who together documented the New England jazz scene for over 15 years. Materials include multi-track audio recordings of live performance and related indices by Ed Williams; photograph books by Ruth Williams; and a Yamaha audio workstation.
Memorabilia compiled by Franklin McGinley about Duke Ellington and the rise of swing music, including a scrapbook, clippings, and commemorative materials.
The personal papers of American saxophonist, clarinetist, and educator John D. LaPorta (1920-2004), who taught at Berklee College of Music from 1959-1985. LaPorta's papers include published and unpublished compositions and arrangements, teaching materials, correspondence, clippings, programs, assorted writings, photographs, awards, and performance recordings collected by LaPorta over the course of his career as a performer and teacher.
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.