The collection consists of materials related to Smithsonian Institution programs, including the Duke Ellington Youth Project, in addition to gospel sheet music and related research materials from George's personal collection.
Hardin, Boniface, Fr.
Archives of African American Music and Culture
College or university
Two-dimensional moving image, Performed music, Spoken word, Still image, and Text
Analog audiocassette, VHS (including SVHS and VHS-C), Photographic print, and Text document
Audiocassette, Videocassette, and Sheet
Dorsey, Thomas Andrew, Ellington, Duke, 1899-1974, Campbell, Lucie Eddie, 1885-1963, Martin, Roberta (Vocalist), Martin, Sallie, 1895-1988, Morris, Kenneth, 1917-1988, Bowles, Lillian M., Gospel music, Jazz, Pedagogy (Music), and Smithsonian Institution
This collection is open to the public.
The Archives of African American Music and Culture requires proof of permission to duplicate from the copyright owners before it is able to furnish photocopies of the sheet music and scores in this collection. All music comprising the Duke Ellington Youth Project series was photocopied from the originals held by The Smithsonian Institution National Museum of American History (NMAH). Users seeking to copy these materials must contact the NMAH directly. The Thomas A. Dorsey catalog is currently owned by Unichappel, c/o Warner Chappell Music. When requesting permission to copy from the publisher, applicants should specify whether the copy will be used for personal research or performance purposes.