Music teachers -- Louisiana -- New Orleans
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of three bound manuscripts that document some of the activities of Doris Lurie Chesky, vocal music teacher at Alcee Fortier High School, New Orleans, during the middle of the twentieth century. There are letters regarding special personal sick leave, a proposed program about improving human relations for teachers and students, and a pageant written by Chesky.
This collection consists of personal and professional correspondence, biographical information, scores, music manuscripts, concert programs, handwritten and typed notes, printed material, and clippings regarding the life and career of music professor and composer, Giuseppe Ferrata. Ferrata founded the Newcomb College Piano Department in 1909 and taught there until his death in 1928.
The collection consists of research notes Louis Panzeri (1902-1983) used for his book, Louisiana Composers; programs and brochures; music associations material; and early letters on musical subjects. Panzeri, a music teacher and voice coach in New Orleans, collected Louis Moreau Gottschalk correspondence, mementoes, and newspaper clippings, which are also included. There are obituaries of other musicians as well as a photograph of the choir at St. Patrick's Church, New Orleans.
The collection consists of photocopies of music from the Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, and Romantic periods that Kock used in her classes. In addition, there are placement tests, quizzes, and final examinations. Material written by Virginia Downman Kock include a seminar report, a bound copy of Gaude Barbara: An Analysis of the 1st Movement of Webern's 2nd String Quartet, and a dissertation notebook.