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Singers

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Walter Carringer (1924-2006) Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 19/3/8
Abstract The Walter Carringer Papers document Carringer's busy and successful singing career, and consist for the most part of newspaper clippings, publicity and repertoire information, though biographical information and correspondence are also included.

Nancy Dussault (1936- ) Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 31/6/153
Abstract Nancy Dussault (1936- ), a graduate of Northwestern University's School of Music (1957), is a singer and actress. Her long career includes starring roles in many Broadway musicals and on television. Her collection spans the years 1936-2014 and contains mostly scripts, programs, and news clippings from performances, along with some personal and biographical materials and correspondence.

John Giles music manuscripts and papers

 Collection
Identifier: Giles
Overview The John Giles music manuscripts and papers consist of music manuscripts (predominantly vocal music including art songs, duets and choral works), programs, photographs, audio recordings on compact disc and correspondence.

Edith Mason Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Mason
Abstract Edith Mason was an American soprano whose performing career, primarily in opera, spanned the late 1910s through early 1940s. The collection includes photographs, clippings, programs and musical scores, as well as recordings and costumes.

Elizabeth Wysor (1908-2000) Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 19/3/13
Abstract Elizabeth Wysor was an American opera singer and educator. On May 15, 1953 she was appointed assistant professor of voice at the School of Music at Northwestern University, where she taught mainly applied voice, phonetics and diction. She retired in 1970. Her papers fill 7 boxes and span the years 1927 through 2000. Included are professional biographical materials, concert programs, recital announcements, correspondence, publicity materials, and phonograph records.