Showing Collections: 1 - 3 of 3
The Alfred H. Bartles Papers (1874-2015) were donated to the Anne Potter Wilson Music Library from 2008-2015. A native of Tennessee and a former George Peabody College student, Bartles was active in New York, Germany, and Tennessee as a composer, arranger, cellist, pedagogue, and jazz pianist. His varied compositional output illustrates this mixture of influences, and reveals him as one of the first in a generation of composers equally at home in the Classical and jazz genres.
This small collection consists of materials related to the Vanderbilt University Student Research project of Blair School of Music student John Dick, Jr., gathered in May-June 2004 in Uganda. This work focused on the intersection of HIV/AIDS, traditional musical culture, and activism, and resulted in a thesis. This collection consists of 24 DAT audio tapes and 16 Digital Video Cassette tapes.
- AIDS (Disease) -- Uganda -- Songs and music 1
- AIDS (Disease) and the arts -- Uganda -- Kampala 1
- Autobiographies 1
- Bartles, Alfred H.--Archives 1
- Bartles, Alfred H.--Correspondence 1
- Composers--United States--Archives 1
- Composers--United States--Correspondence 1
- Composers--United States--Manuscripts 1
- Conductors (Music) -- United States -- Biography 1
- Craft, Robert 1
- Field recordings 1
- Folk music -- Uganda 1
- Folk musicians -- Uganda -- Interviews 1
- Folk songs -- Uganda 1
- Instrumental music 1
- Jazz 1
- Music -- Social aspects -- Uganda -- Kampala 1
- Music--Manuscripts 1
- Vocal music 1 + ∧ less
- Craft, Robert 1
- Dick, John, Jr. 1
About this Site
This site contains collection guides, or finding aids, to the archival collections held by Vanderbilt University Special Collections and University Archives, the History of Medicine Collection, and the Scarritt Bennett Center. Finding aids describe the context, arrangement, and structure of archival materials, allowing users to identify and request materials relevant to their research.
Each finding aid contains a link to request materials from the collections. Collections can also be requested by emailing the repository directly through the library website. Each repository has its own location, hours, and contact information. Please consult the repository with questions about using the materials. Collections are non-circulating and must be used in the repository’s reading room. In many cases, the collections are stored off-site and require advance notice for retrieval.