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Mary Howe collection of noncommercial recordings, 1945-1955.
Howe, Mary, 1882-1964.
- 175 sound recordings : analog.
- 144 sound discs : analog, acetate, mono.; 12 in.
- 20 sound discs : analog, acetate, mono.; 10 in.
- 11 sound tape reels : analog.
Access to discs restricted; advance notification required.
These noncommercial sound recordings were collected by Mary Howe and primarily consist of her own compositions, in particular her vocal and chamber works. Several performances feature Mary Howe as pianist or accompanist. Additional performers include Celius Dougherty, Emerson Meyers, Mona Paulee, and William Strickland.
Mary Howe was an American pianist and composer. She studied composition under Nadia Boulanger, and received anhonorary doctorate from George Washington University.
Controlled Access Terms
- Composers -- United States.
- Women composers.
- Sound recordings.
Additional Creator Names
- Dougherty, Celius, 1902-1986. prf
- Meyers, Emerson. prf
- Paulee, Mona, 1916-1995. voc
- Strickland, William. cnd