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Martin Mailman Recordings | Music Library

By Maristella Feustle

Collection Overview

Title: Martin Mailman RecordingsAdd to your cart.
ID: 06/050
Primary Creator: Mailman, Martin (1932-2000)
Extent: 4.0 Boxes
Subjects: University of North Texas. College of Music

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Scope and Contents of the Materials

The collection consists of four boxes, three of which contain reel-to-reel tape recordings of Mailman's work, along with a fourth box which includes works by other composers and concerts and recitals featuring his wife, Mary Nan Mailman.

Collection Historical Note

Martin Mailman was a former College of Music faculty member, and a renowned composer and educator.

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Administrative Information

Repository: Music Library
Accruals: 2 boxes received on November 4, 2016.
Access Restrictions: Access to this collection is provided only by special arrangement. Please contact the Music Library for more information.
Use Restrictions: Reproduction and publication of materials in this collection are subject to the policies of the UNT Music Library. Copyright restrictions may apply.
Physical Access Note: Collection is housed in remote storage. Advance notice for use is required. Please contact the Music Library for further information.
Technical Access Note: Collection consists of reel-to-reel tape recordings. Please allow advance notice to arrange playback of materials.
Finding Aid Revision History: Major revision, April 19, 2018.

Box and Folder Listing

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Box 1Add to your cart.
Barcode 706856.
Item 1: Works by Martin Mailman, performed at the Eastman School of Music, 1956 June 23Add to your cart.
Promenade; Jubilate; Hanson talk - Benjamin award; Autumn Landscape. 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel. Container also dated June 29, 1993.
Item 2: Blank for E recording; 1. Holy, Holy, Holy, NP Church, 1957 September 29Add to your cart.
7-inch reel.
Item 3: Compositions by Martin Mailman performed at the 1958 Festival of American Music at the Eastman School of Music, Rochester, New York, 1958Add to your cart.
1. Holy, Holy, Holy, 2. Autumn Landscape; 3. Partita for Band: Entrada, Arietta, Passacaglia. Autumn Landscape "avail. Mercury Record (Hanson). Container also dated June 29, 1993. 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.
Item 4: I. Cantiones - Reading (1958 Symphony); II. Holy, Holy, Holy; III. Partita., 1958Add to your cart.
Container also dated July 5, 1993. 7-inch reel.
Item 5: Works by Martin Mailman, performed at the Eastman School of Music, circa 1960Add to your cart.
1. Alleluia for band and chorus written during spring 1960. First performed at sunrise service at Jacksonville Beach, Easter 1960. 2. Prelude and Fugue for orchestra written 1960. First performed by Jacksonville Youth Orchestra. Performed 1961 at MTNA Convention, Philadelphia, PA. Both works recorded at the Brevard Music Center, Summer 1960. 5-inch reel.
Item 6: 4 Miniatures for Band by Martin Mailman, 1961 SpringAdd to your cart.
Greensboro High School Band, Hazelman. 7.5 ips mono, 5-inch reel.
Item 7: Prelude and Fugue., 1961 February 28Add to your cart.
All-Philadelphia Senior High School Orchestra. Conductor, Louis G. Weson. 7.5 ips mono, 5-inch reel.
Item 8: Mailman Works I, 1958-1961Add to your cart.
Side 1: Autumn Landscape, Op. 4, Eastman Rochester Orchestra, Howard Hanson conducting. Holy, Holy, Holy, for mixed choir, soprano, and organ, Op. 8. 1958 Festival of American Music, Eastman School of Music. Partita for Band: Arietta, Passacaglia, Op. 10, same event as previous selection. The Hunted, an opera in one act (beginning). Side 2: The Hunted (conclusion). Prelude and Fugue No. 1 for Orchestra, Op. 13. All Philadelphia Senior High School Orchestra, Lenis G. Werson, conductor, February 28, 1961. Program inside container, also with date of August 27, 1993. 7-inch reel, blank Ampex 407 container.
Item 9: Genesis Resurrected, by Martin Mailman., 1961 March 19Add to your cart.
Recorded at the Riverside Methodist Church by the Jacksonville Youth Chorus and Orchestra. Clem Boatwright, conductor. 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.. Container also dated June 6, 1994.
Item 10: Geometrics No. 3, 1966 January 21Add to your cart.
1/2 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 4-inch reel.
Item 11: Sinfonietta (ECC Orchestra, 5/66); Geometrics No. 3 (ECC Band, 4/66), 1966 April-MayAdd to your cart.
Conducted by Martin Mailman. Stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel. ECC may refer to East Carolina College.
Item 12: Martin Mailman: Four Divisions for Percussion, East Carolina College Percussion Ensemble, 1967 AprilAdd to your cart.
Southern division, MENC, Atlanta, Georgia. 2-track mono, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel. Container also dated June 29, 1993.
Item 13: Mailman Works IV, 1968 February 13; 1974 April 21; 1975 August 7Add to your cart.
Side 1: Partita No. 4 for nine players, op. 42, first performance, North Texas State University, David McGuire, conductor, February 13, 1968; A Simple Ceremony (In Memoriam John Barnes Chance), Op. 53, University of Kentucky, April 21, 1974, Mailman conducting; Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, Op. 56, first performance, National Intercollegiate Band, August 9, 1975, Houston, TX. Container: "Already recorded from other tapes." 7-inch reel.
Item 14: Martin Mailman: Opus 44, U-T, 1969 MayAdd to your cart.
7-inch reel. Container also dated June 2, 1994.
Item 15: Geometrics No. 4, by Martin Mailman, 1970 January 16Add to your cart.
Memphis State University Wind Ensemble, Thomas Ferguson, conductor. Container also dated August 24, 1993. 5-inch reel.
Item 16: Geometrics No. 4, by Martin Mailman, 1970 January 16Add to your cart.
Memphis State University Wind Ensemble, Thomas Ferguson, conductor. 5-inch reel.
Item 17: Hosanna by Martin Mailman, 1970 March 9Add to your cart.
(Tulsa) Edison High School Chorus, Laver Sonell, conductor, at MENC Chicago. 5-inch reel.
Item 18: In Memoriam Frankie Newton, Op. 50, by Martin Mailman, 1970 November 23Add to your cart.
Recorded live by the NTSU One O'Clock Lab Band, Leon Breeden, director, Jay Sollenberger, trumpet. 1/2-track stereo, 7.5 ips, 5-inch reel. Container also dated June 26, 1993, with note that tape is broken.
Item 19: In Memoriam Frankie Newton, Op. 50, by Martin Mailman, 1970 November 23Add to your cart.
Recorded live by the NTSU One O'Clock Lab Band, Leon Breeden, director, Jay Sollenberger, trumpet. 7.5 ips, 5-inch reel. Additional copy of previous item, with note that this tape is also broken.
Item 20: 3 Madrigals by Martin Mailman, 1971 November 30Add to your cart.
NTSU Madrigal Singers, Robert Ottman, conductor. 5-inch reel.
Item 21: Mailman Works II, 1968-1971Add to your cart.
Side 1: Three Madrigals for Chorus, Op. 16. NTSU Madrigal Singers conducted by Robert Ottman, November 30, 1971; Gateway City Overture, Op. 18, conducted by Guy Fraser Harrison; Geometrics No. 1, Op. 22 for Band, Eastman Wind Ensemble conducted by Donald Hunsburger; Hosanna for chorus, Op. 25, (Tulsa) Edison High School chorus, conducted by Laver Sonell, MENC, Chicago, March 9, 1970; String Quartet in one movement, Op. 26, Contemporary Art Festival; Alarums for Band, Op. 27. Side 2: Four songs for soprano and piano, op. 28, Anitra Lynch, soprano, Margaret Grubb, piano, March 15, 1968; Prelude and Fuguer, Op. 30, no. 1; Leaves of Grass for narrator, chorus and band, Op. 30, no. 2, Arkansas Polytechnic College Symphonic Band, NTSU Choir, Mailman conducting. 7-inch reel. Container also dated June 2, 1994.
Item 22: North Texas State University: Andraud Woodwind Quintet, 1968 February 13Add to your cart.
Program includes first performance of Martin Mailman's Partita No. 4. 7-inch reel. Container notes "on DAT #18."
Item 23: Shouts, Hymns, and Praises by Martin Mailman, 1973 March 23Add to your cart.
Performed by the Henderson State College Band, conducted by Martin Mailman. Southwest MENC, Wichita, Kansas. 7-inch reel.
Item 24: Alarums - NTSU Campus Band, 1972 March 23Add to your cart.
5-inch reel.
Item 25: Shouts, Hymns, and Praises by Martin Mailman, 1973 March 23Add to your cart.
Performed by the Henderson State College Band, conducted by Martin Mailman. Southwest MENC, Wichita, Kansas. 7.5 ips mono, 5-inch reel.
Item 26: Shouts, Hymns, and Praises, Op. 52, by Martin Mailman, 1973 March 23Add to your cart.
Performed by the Henderson State College Band, conducted by Martin Mailman. Southwest MENC, Wichita, Kansas. Half-track stereo, 5-inch reel.
Item 27: Shouts, Hymns, and Praises - Dr. Mailman, 1973 March 4Add to your cart.
2-track mono, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.
Item 28: A Simple Ceremony (In Memoriam John Barnes CHance), 1974 April 21Add to your cart.
University of Kentucky, conducted by Martin Mailman. 7.5 ips, 5-inch reel.
Item 29: Mailman's Martha's Vineyard, 1974 January 22Add to your cart.
NTSU Recital Hall, Sigma Alpha Iota. 3-inch reel.
Item 30: 4 Songs, 1974 January 22Add to your cart.
Jeannine Crader, soprano, Jean Mainous, piano. Container also dated December 3, 1993. 5-inch reel.
Item 31: Decorations - by Martin Mailman, 1974 July 20Add to your cart.
Henderson State Band Camp rehearsal, Martin Mailman conducting. 7.5 ips, 1/4 track, 7-inch reel, unedited. I. Of a Greeting. II. Of Lights. III. Of the Night. IV. Of the Past. V. Of a Song. Various takes.
Item 32: Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, Op. 56, by Martin Mailman, 1975 August 7Add to your cart.
Commissioned by Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma, recorded at the first performance by the National Intercollegiate Band, Houston, Texas. 15 ips stereo, 7-inch reel. Container also dated November 30, 1993
Item 33: In Memoriam Silvio Scionti, Op. 55, by Martin Mailman, 1975 January 22Add to your cart.
Mary Nan Mailman, pianist. NTSU School of Music. 7.5 ips, 5-inch reel.
Item 34: In Memoriam Silvio Scionti, Op. 55, by Martin Mailman, 1975 January 23Add to your cart.
Mary Nan Mailman, pianist. NTSU School of Music. 5-inch reel. Date differs from previous item.
Item 35: In Memoriam Silvio Scionti, Op. 55, by Martin Mailman, 1975 January 23Add to your cart.
Mary Nan Mailman, pianist. NTSU School of Music. 7.5 ips, 1/4 track stereo, 5-inch reel.
Item 36: In Memoriam Silvio Scionti, Op. 55, by Martin Mailman, 1975 January 23Add to your cart.
Mary Nan Mailman, pianist. NTSU School of Music. 7.5 ips, 1/4 track stereo, 5-inch reel. Additional copy of previous item.
Item 37: Requiem, Requiem, by Martin Mailman, 1975 March 7Add to your cart.
Movements V, VI, VII, VIII, IX. North Texas State University. 7.5 ips, 1/4 track stereo, 5-inch reel. See Box 2, item 38 for previous movements.
Box 2Add to your cart.
Barcode 706851.
Item 38: Requiem, Requiem, by Martin Mailman, 1975 March 7Add to your cart.
Movements I, II, III, IV, V. North Texas State University. 7-inch reel. See Box 1, Item 37 for remaining movements.
Item 39: Requiem, Requiem, by Martin Mailman, 1975 March 7Add to your cart.
Unclear which movements are on this reel. North Texas State University. 1/2 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel. Container also dated July 6, 1993.
Item 40: Requiem, Requiem, by Martin Mailman, 1975 March 7Add to your cart.
Movements VIII and IX. North Texas State University. 5-inch reel.
Item 41: Geometrics 5, Op. 58, by Martin Mailman, 1976 May 2Add to your cart.
Clarion State College. 5-inch reel.
Item 42: Geometrics 5, Op. 58, by Martin Mailman, 1976 May 2Add to your cart.
Clarion State College. 5-inch reel. Additional copy of previous item.
Item 43: Geometrics 5, Op. 58, by Martin Mailman, 1976 November 18Add to your cart.
North Texas State University Wind Ensemble, conducted by Mailman. Master tape, 5-inch reel.
Item 44: Geometrics 5, Op. 58, by Martin Mailman, 1977 April 20Add to your cart.
North Texas State University "GWE," conducted by Mailman. 5-inch reel.
Item 45: Clastics: Formations for Solo Cello, Op. 61, by Martin Mailman, 1978 April 26Add to your cart.
First performance, by Adolfo Odnoposoff. 5-inch reel.
Item 46: Clastics: Formations for Solo Cello, Op. 61, by Martin Mailman, 1978 April 26Add to your cart.
First performance, by Adolfo Odnoposoff. Additional copy of previous item. Container also dated December 10, 1993. 5-inch reel, tails out.
Item 47: Symphony No. 1 by Martin Mailman, 1978 October 4-5Add to your cart.
North Texas State University Orchestra, conducted by Anshel Brusilow. 5-inch reel.
Item 48: Symphony No. 1 by Martin Mailman, 1978 October 4Add to your cart.
North Texas State University Orchestra, conducted by Anshel Brusilow. 5-inch reel. Specifically dated October 4. Container also dated August 23, 1994.
Item 49: Symphony No. 1 by Martin Mailman, 1978 October 5Add to your cart.
North Texas State University Orchestra, conducted by Anshel Brusilow. 5-inch reel. Specifically dated October 5. Container also dated August 23, 1994.
Item 50: Simple Ceremony by Martin Mailman, 1979 April 19Add to your cart.
North Texas State University Wind Ensemble and Women's Chorus, conducted by Robert Winslow. 5-inch reel. Container also dated January 23, 1995.
Item 51: NTSU Symphonic Wind Ensemble; Colorado MENC, 1979 February 1; 1979 February 23Add to your cart.
Selections at Colorado MENC: Rocky Point Holiday, Simple Ceremony. Recording engineer: Michael D. Brinb[?]. 1/4 track, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.
Item 52: Clastics for Euphonium and Percussion, Op. 62, by Martin Mailman, 1979 October 23Add to your cart.
First performance, by Royce Lumpkin, euphonium, and Robert Schietroma, percussion. 7-inch reel. Container also dated June 22, 1994.
Item 53: Soft Sounds of a Wordless Night, Op. 64, by Martin Mailman, 1980 April 24Add to your cart.
1/4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 5-inch reel.
Item 54: Soft Sounds of a Wordless Night for divided chorus, Op. 64, by Martin Mailman, 1980 April 24Add to your cart.
5-inch reel. Container notes "on DAT."
Item 55: Mailman: Symphony No. 2, 1980 February 6Add to your cart.
North Texas State University Symphony Orchestra. 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.
Item 56: Symposium of Contemporary Music, Program VI, 1980 January 26Add to your cart.
Side 1: Liturgical Music, From the Leaves of Grass. Side 2: Christus resurrexit, Prophesies. 4-track stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.
Item 57: Symposium of Contemporary Music, 1980 January 24-26Add to your cart.
Presented by Texas Tech University. Side 1: The Hunted (1959), an opera in one act. NTSU School of Music Opera Workshop, Thomas Holliday, director. Side 2: Liturgical Music for Band (1964), Texas Tech University Concert Band, conducted by Martin Mailman; From the Leaves of Grass, for narrator, chorus, and band, Texas Tech University Choir and Concert Band, conducted by Martin Mailman. 4-track stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel. Container also dated June 9, 1994.
Item 58: Symposium of Contemporary Music, 1980 January 24-26Add to your cart.
Presented by Texas Tech University. Side 1: Martha's Vineyard (1969), Jo Ann Purley, piano; Four Songs for Soprano (1962), Sue Arnold, soprano, Jennifer Garrett, piano; Winds Across the Nations (1975), Sarah Summers, soprano, Michael Stoune, flute, James Bogle, guitar, Georgette Geitel, piano. Side II: Four Divisions for Percussion Ensemble (1966), Texas Tech Percussion Ensemble, conduver by Ron Dver; In Memoriam: Frankie Newton (1970), TTU Stage Band, conducted by Don Turner; Generations III: Messengers (1977). TTU Woman Singers (conducted by W. Hartwell) and Stage Band (conducted by Don Turner), led by Dr. Martin Mailman. 4-track stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.
Item 59: Symphony No 2 by Martin Mailman, 1980 September 24Add to your cart.
Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Terre Haute, Indiana, conducted by Kenneth Kiesler. Time: 27:46. 1/4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel, heads out. Container also dated May 28, 1993.
Item 60: Symphony No 2 by Martin Mailman, 1980 September 24Add to your cart.
Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Kenneth Kiesler. 1/4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel. Container: "on DAT #2."
Item 61: Clastics 3: Music for Two Pianos, Op. 65, 1981 February 15.Add to your cart.
Jean Mainous and Mary Nan Mailman, pianos. 1/4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 5-inch reel. Container: "On DAT. Short false start on tape."
Item 62: Violin Concerto, 1982 April 30Add to your cart.
Philip Lewis, violin, NTSU Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Anshel Brusilow. Engineer: DuPree. 1/4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.
Item 63: Generations 3: Messengers, 1982 February 25Add to your cart.
NTSU, conducted by Mailman. 1/4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.
Item 64: Exaltations, 1982 October 21Add to your cart.
NTSU Wind Ensemble, conducted by Robert Winslow. 1/4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 5-inch reel.
Item 65: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra (Variations), 1983 May 11Add to your cart.
World premiere, radio performance Suisse Romande Orchestra, Jean Piguet, violin, conducted by Horst Stein. Queen Marie-Jose Prize (1982), Geneva. 1/4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 5-inch reel. Container: "On DAT."
Item 66: Violin Concerto, 1983 November 29Add to your cart.
NTSU Symphony, Philip Lewis, violin, conducted by Geoffrey Simon. 1/4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 5-inch reel.
Item 67: Night Vigil (1980), 1985 December 4Add to your cart.
NTSU Concert Band, conducted by Martin Mailman. 1/4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 5-inch reel, heads out. Container also dated January 23, 1985.
Item 68: Symphony No. 3 (Fantasies), 1985 March 27Add to your cart.
Southern Methodist University Orchestra, conducted by Anshel Brusilow. 1/4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel. Container: "On DAT with UNT."
Item 69: Prelude and Fugue No. 1 for orchestra, undatedAdd to your cart.
5-inch reel. Container: "On DAT."
Item 70: Prelude and Fugue No. 1: Suite in 3 Movements, undatedAdd to your cart.
East Carolina Orchestra, conducted by David Serrins. Container later dated May 31, 1994. 5-inch reel.
Item 71: Mirrors Part 2: Dance, 1986 September 4Add to your cart.
5-inch reel.
Item 72: Symphony No. 3 (Fantasies), undatedAdd to your cart.
1/2 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel, tails out. Container: "On DAT."
Item 73: Symphony No. 2, undatedAdd to your cart.
1/4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.
Box 3Add to your cart.
Barcode 706850.
Item 74: Concerto pour violon + orch., 1983 May 11Add to your cart.
1/2 track stereo, 7.5ips, 7-inch reel. Container also dated June 28, 1993.
Item 75: Geometrics in SoundAdd to your cart.
Two performances: East Carolina College Band, and Shawnee Mission East High School Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Kansas. Stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.
Item 76: Mozart: Piano Concerto in C major KV; Brahms: Sonata in D minor, Op. 108, both with Mailman on piano, 1961 February 5; 1960 November 5Add to your cart.
Mozart: Jacksonville [?] Chamber orchestra. Container also dated August 11, 1994 (Mozart), and August 25, 1994 (Brahms). 7-inch reel.
Item 77: Andraud Woodwind Quintet: Partita No. 4 (first performance) by Mailman, 1968 February 13Add to your cart.
North Texas State University. 7-inch reel. Container also dated December 2, 1993.
Item 78: Contemporary Arts Festival: String Quartet; Prelude and Fugue No. 2Add to your cart.
1/4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel. Container also dated December 10, 1993.
Item 79: Exultations, performed by the U.S. Air Force Band.Add to your cart.
1/2 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel. Container also dated December 3, 1993.
Item 80: Geometrics No. 1, Op. 22Add to your cart.
Eastman Wind Ensemble, conducted by Donald Hunsberger. 7-inch reel. Container also dated November 30, 1993.
Item 81: Exultations, performed by the U.S. Air Force Band., 1983Add to your cart.
Recorded at Crest Recording Studios. Issue number ATH-5056. 7-inch reel. Container labeled "tape 3."
Item 82: Geometrics 5Add to your cart.
7-inch reel.
Item 83: From the Leaves of GrassAdd to your cart.
East Carolina College Band and Choir, conducted by Martin Mailman. "There is a false start on the tape. Narrator not audible." 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.
Item 84: Liturgy for Four CitiesAdd to your cart.
Brevard Music Center. 1/2 track, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel. Container also dated December 3, 1993.
Item 85: Trumpet Concertino, Geometrics, Lithurical [sic] Music, AcarmsAdd to your cart.
4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel. Container also dated December 2, 1993.
Item 86: Overture for Band; Hosanna; Overture for BandAdd to your cart.
7-inch reel.
Item 87: Trumpet Concertino (Barry Shank, soloist); To Everything There Is a SeasonAdd to your cart.
Stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.
Item 88: Autumn LandscapeAdd to your cart.
7-inch reel.
Item 89: In Memoriam Silvio Scionti; Clastics 3: Music for Two PianosAdd to your cart.
In Memoriam performed by Mary Nan Mailman. Clastics 3 performed by Mary Nan Mailman and Jean Mainous. "No tape available for Wind Across the Nations." 7-inch reel. Container also dated December 3, 1993.
Item 90: Variations on a Short ThemeAdd to your cart.
7-inch reel. Container also dated December 3, 1993.
Item 91: Gotham City Overture rehearsalAdd to your cart.
Jacksonville Symphony, Pfohl. 7-inch reel.
Item 92: "Composition (Music) France": Autumn Landscape for orchestra; Holy, Holy, Holy, anthem for choirAdd to your cart.
Container stamped for Eastman School of Music recording department. 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.
Item 93: Generations 3: MessengersAdd to your cart.
7.5 ips full track. Time: 19:01. 7-inch reel. "NMC# 56."
Item 94: Overture (1962) for Band; Hosanna for chorusAdd to your cart.
7.5 ips, 7-inch reel. Container: "On DAT."
Item 95: Geometrics No. 1; Sinfonietta for OrchestraAdd to your cart.
Geometrics No. 1 performed by the Eastman Wind Ensemble, conducted by Donald Hunsburger. Sinfonietta performed by the East Carolina Orchestra, conducted by Martin Mailman. 7-inch reel.
Item 96: A Simple Ceremony for band and unison voicesAdd to your cart.
NTSU Wind Ensemble and Women's Chorus, conducted by Robert Winslow. 1/4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 5-inch reel.
Item 97: Night VigilAdd to your cart.
1/4 track, 7.5 ips, 5-inch reel. Container also dated January 23, 1995.
Item 98: Shouts, Hymns, and PraisesAdd to your cart.
4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 5-inch reel.
Item 99: Geometrics 5Add to your cart.
5-inch reel. Container also dated January 23, 1995.
Item 100: MessengersAdd to your cart.
5-inch reel.
Item 101: GeometricsAdd to your cart.
"Original." 5-inch reel.
Item 102: Associations No. 1 for bandAdd to your cart.
Half-track stereo, 5-inch reel.
Item 103: Shakespearian Serenade for chorus and 4 instruments, Op. 44; Associations No. 1 for band, Op. 45Add to your cart.
5-inch reel.
Item 104: Geometrics for band No. 2Add to your cart.
Apparently recorded over May 11, 1962 broadcast of "Pirate Sports" at East Carolina College. 5-inch reel.
Item 105: Geometrics for bandAdd to your cart.
"Rehearsal tape recorded in Jacksonville, Florida." "Copy #2." 7.5 ips, 5-inch reel.
Item 106: Exaltations for bandAdd to your cart.
5-inch reel.
Item 107: Geometrics No. 4Add to your cart.
"GWE." "Tape 2." 1/4 track stereo, 5-inch reel.
Item 108: Mailman: CantataAdd to your cart.
1/4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 5-inch reel. Container also dated June 24, 1993.
Item 109: Geometrics No. 4Add to your cart.
1/4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 5-inch reel.
Item 110: Night VigilAdd to your cart.
1/4 trakc stereo, 7.5 ips, 5-inch reel.
Box 4Add to your cart.
Includes works by other composers. Barcode 706849.
Item 1: Franck Sonata; Hudgins-Kartman, Mozart K. 454, 1957 July 10Add to your cart.
1/2 track, 7-inch reel. "Mary Nan" on front of container. Container also dated August 15, 1994.
Item 2: Mailman: Concertino for Trumpet and BandAdd to your cart.
Robert Nagel (trumpet soloist) and the J.H. Rose High School Symphonic Band. 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.
Item 3: Debussy - Sonata; Brahms - Sonata in D minor; Tratini - Devil's Trill, 1961 March 12Add to your cart.
Stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.
Item 4: Mailman: Symphony No. 1, Op. 46Add to your cart.
1/4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.
Item 5: Mailman: Symphony No. 1, 1972 February 23Add to your cart.
Performed by Youth Symphony of Greater Fort Worth, conducted by John Giordano. 7-inch reel.
Item 6: The Symphonic Band, East Carolina University, 1968 February 9Add to your cart.
Mailman: Overture for Band; Persichetti: Chorale Prelude: So Pure the Star; Warren Benson: Polyphonies for Percussion; Wallingford Riegger: Dance Rhythms for Band. Stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.
Item 7: North Texas State University, Faculty Composer's Concert honoring Robert Kelley (Professor of Composition, University of Illinois), 1968 March 15Add to your cart.
Program includes Mailman's Four Songs for soprano, voice, and piano (1962), Op. 28. 7-inch reel.
Item 8: North Texas State University, Sigma Alpha Iota Denton Alumnae Chapter, 1969 October 13Add to your cart.
Program includes Jean Mainous and Mary Nan Mailman on Poulenc's Concerto in D minor for Two Pianos. 7-inch reel. Container also dated August 25, 1994.
Item 9: North Texas State University, Sigma Alpha Iota alumnae recital, 1973 January 23Add to your cart.
Program includes Jean Mainous and Mary Nan Mailman on Bach Concerto in C minor for Two Pianos, Adagio/Allegro. 1/4 track, 7.5 ips, 5-inch reel. Container also dated August 23, 1994.
Item 10: Mary Nan Mailman and Jean Mainous - duo piano, 1976 March 7Add to your cart.
7.5 ips, 7-inch reel. Container also dated August 18, 1994. Front of container labeled "master."
Item 11: Jean Mainous and Mary Nan Mailman, duo piano, 1977 November 8Add to your cart.
1/4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel. Container also dated August 18, 1994.
Item 12: Beethoven Sonata, Op. 24, F MajorAdd to your cart.
Myron Kartman and Mary Nan Hudgins. Reel number 75T-3108, Recorded Publications Laboratories, Camden, New Jersey. 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.
Item 13: Jean Mainous and Mary Nan Mailman, duo piano, 1981 February 15Add to your cart.
1/4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel. Container also dated August 16, 1994.
Item 14: George Papich, viola, and Mary Nan Mailman, piano, 1981 October 20Add to your cart.
1/4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.
Item 15: Jean Mainous and Mary Nan Mailman, piano, 1984 January 29Add to your cart.
1/4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel. Container also dated August 17, 1994. Engineer: Rutland. Master 1 of 3.
Item 16: Jean Mainous and Mary Nan Mailman, piano, 1984 January 29Add to your cart.
1/4 track stereo, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel. Container also dated August 17, 1994. Engineer: Rutland. Master 2 of 3.
Item 17: NTSU Chamber Choir and A Capella Choir, conducted by Henry Gibbons: Works by NTSU Composers, 1985 April 23Add to your cart.
Program includes Mailman's Secular Hours. 5-inch reel.
Item 18: Mary Nan Hudgins: Beethoven Sonata in E Major, Op. 109; Chopin Mazurka, Op. 17, no. 4Add to your cart.
Single track, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel. Container also dated August 8, 1994. "Rewind to play."
Item 19: Mary Nan Mailman, Jean Mainous, Anshel Brusilow, NTSU orchestra: Poulenc 2-Piano Concerto in D minorAdd to your cart.
5-inch reel. Container also dated August 23, 1994.
Item 20: Mary Nan Hudgins: Scarlatti: Three Sonatas (G major, C minor, G major); J.S. Bach Partita No. 2 in C minor; Chopin, Barcarolle in F-sharp major, Op. 60Add to your cart.
Single track, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel. Container also dated August 8, 1994. "Rewind to play."
Item 21: Jean Mainous and Mary Nan Mailman at East Field College, 1985 February 6Add to your cart.
Bach-Maier: Sicilienne; Bach-Scionti: Rejoice, Beloved Christians; Mozart: Larghetto and Allegro; Debussy: Petite Suite; Mendelssohn: Scherzo from A Midsummer Night's Dream; Tcherepnin: Rondo; Milhaud: Carnaval a la Novelle Orleans; Milhaud: Braziliera. 3.75 ips, -inch reel.
Item 22: George Papich, viola, and Mary Nan Mailman, piano, 1978 July 16Add to your cart.
7-inch reel.
Item 23: Mary Nan Hudgins and Myron KartmanAdd to your cart.
"Dub of Beethoven." Stamped for Eastman School of Music Recording Department. Single track, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.
Item 24: Mailman [Mary Nan?] - Sonata in E MajorAdd to your cart.
"Side 2, 3rd movement entire." 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.
Item 25: Concepts ThemeAdd to your cart.
7.5 ips, 7-inch reel.
Item 26: No information on tape or containerAdd to your cart.
Container dated January 20, 1995.
Item 27: Mary Nan Mailman and Jean Mainous - duo piano, 1986 March 2Add to your cart.
1/4 track, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel. Tape #86-271, engineer Seebeck. Container also dated August 23, 1994.
Item 28: Kappa Kappa Psi HoustonAdd to your cart.
4-track, 7.5 ips, 7-inch reel. Container: "Already done."

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