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Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Mary Jeanne van Appledorn:

An Inventory of her Collection, 1912-2009, at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library



Descriptive Summary

CreatorTexas Tech University. Music Department
Title:Mary Jeanne van Appledorn Collection,
Dates:1912-2009
Abstract:The collection contains materials from Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, a well noted professor of music at Texas Tech University.
Collection #U 333.1
Quantity:18 boxes manuscripts (18.0 linear feet) and 45 boxes miscellaneous formats (23 linear feet)
LanguageEnglish
Repository:Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Biographical Sketch

Mary Jeanne van Appledorn was born October 2, 1927 in Holland, Michigan, to John and Elizabeth van Appledorn. Neither of her parents were professional musicians; her father was, however, organist of the Ninth Street Christian Reformed Church and active in music circles in Holland. As a child, van Appledorn studied piano, as did her older sister Ruth. Following the death of her father in 1944, she and her mother moved to Topeka, Kansas (where her sister was a music teacher at Alma College) for van Appledorn's senior year of high school. Van Appledorn graduated from Topeka High School in 1945 as valedictorian.

Van Appledorn studied both piano and theory at the University of Rochester's prestigious Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York. Van Appledorn earned the George Eastman Honorary Scholarship each year, and in 1948 received her Bachelor of Music with Distinction (piano); she studied under Cecile Straub Genhart. Van Appledorn received her Master of Music Degree (theory) from the Eastman School of Music in 1950; from 1948 she was a Teaching Fellow of the Eastman School of Music. In the fall of 1950 Van Appledorn accepted a position at Texas Technological College (now Texas Tech University). She received her Ph.D. (music) from the Eastman School of Music in 1966, and was awarded a Graduate Fellowship from 1961-1962. She was also awarded the Delta Kappa Gamma International Scholarship from 1959-1960; one of three awards granted to outstanding women for furthering and completing the doctorate degree. Dr. van Appledorn's dissertation for this degree is titled A Stylistic Study of Claude Debussy's Opera Pelleas et Melisande (completed in 1965).

During her studies at Eastman, Dr. van Appledorn received training in composition from renowned composers Bernard Rogers and Alan Hovhaness.

In 1982 Dr. van Appledorn was one of nine faculty members of Texas Tech University to receive a faculty development leave, during which she studied computer-synthesized sound techniques at the Studio for Experimental Music, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dr. Barry Vercoe, professor.

As an educator, Dr. van Appledorn taught at Texas Tech University from 1950-2008. Dr. van Appledorn taught a wide range of courses during this time, from undergraduate music theory to graduate composition courses. Dr. van Appledorn served as chairman of the Division of Music Literature and Theory (1950-1968) in the school of music, and played an important role in the development of the curriculum of the undergraduate and graduate music degrees, alongside Chairman of the School of Music, Gene Hemmle.

Dr. van Appledorn also served as chairman of the Graduate Studies Committee of the Department of Music. She founded and served as chairman of the annual Symposium of Contemporary Music at Texas Tech (1951-1981), and obtained the commission of many new works by renowned composers such as Dr. Howard Hanson (Streams in the Desert, 1969). In 1989 she was named a Paul Whitfield Horn Professor of Texas Tech University.

As a composer, van Appledorn has had a very successful career. She composed music in many genres, both instrumental and vocal. She received her first awards for composition (Mu Phi Epsilon National Composition Contests) for Set of Five (1951) for piano and Contrasts for Piano (1953). Other honors include the Premier Prix, Dijon, awards from the Texas Composers Guild and ASCAP, and other commissions from the Music Teachers National Association and National Intercollegiate Bands. Many of Dr. van Appledorn's compositions have been published by Carl Fischer, Oxford University Press, and E.C. Schirmer Music Company, among others. Numerous recordings of her compositions have been made by world-renowned musicians and ensembles, and her music has been performed in festivals and concerts both nationally and internationally.

Dr. van Appledorn has been included in a number of published biographies, not limited to: International Who's Who in Music, 10th, 11th and 12th editions, The World Who's Who of Women, ASCAP Biographical Dictionary, 4th edition, Bakers Biographical Dictionary, Scribner Music Library Dictionary of Composers, and the Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians.


Scope and Content

This collection is divided up into five series: manuscript, books, recordings, artifacts, and oversize materials. It contains materials relating to the personal and professional life of Mary Jeanne van Appledorn.

The manuscript collection includes family photographs, personal and professional correspondence, class notes and materials from Eastman School of Music and Texas Tech University. Other materials in this series includes published works, programs of performances of her music, ASCAP correspondence and awards, information regarding the music curriculum development at Texas Tech University, minutes from the numerous committees she served on while at Texas Tech, materials used for her dissertation, material from various presentations made at conferences, and handwritten sketches and manuscripts of her compositions.

The book collection includes many books van Appledorn used as a student at the Eastman School of Music, Eastman School of Music yearbooks, and books she used as a professor at Texas Tech University.

The collection of recordings includes cassettes, CDs, reel to reels, records, video cassette tapes, and DVDs of her music, as well as other artists. The recordings vary from recordings of the composer at the piano, to professional CDs recorded by musicians and ensembles from around the world.

The artifacts collection includes plaques and awards given to van Appledorn throughout her career. The oversize materials contain scores and sketches of Dr. van Appledorn's compositions as well as scrapbooks, diplomas, and posters.


Organization

The collection is organized alphabetically into five series: manuscripts, books, recordings, artifacts, and oversize materials. Due to the size of the inventory, this finding aid has been split up into four pages:
Manuscripts
Oversized
Audio/Visual Recordings
Memorabilia and Books

Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Open for research


Index Terms

The subject headings used by the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library are derived from the Library of Congress and/or locally developed.
Subjects (Persons)
Hemmle, Gene
Van Appledorn, Mary Jeanne,1927-
Subjects (Organizations)
Lubbock Symphony Orchestra (Lubbock, Tex.)
Texas Association of College Teachers
Texas Music Educators Association
Texas Technological College. Dept. of Music--Faculty
Texas Technological College. Dept. of Music--Records and correspondence
Texas Tech University. College of Music--Faculty
Texas Tech University. College of Music--Records and correspondence
Texas Tech University. Dept. of Music--Faculty
Texas Tech University. Dept. of Music--Records and correspondence
Texas Tech University. School of Music--Faculty
Texas Tech University. School of Music--Records and correspondence
Places
Lubbock (Tex.)
Subjects
Band music
Carillon music
Composers--Texas
Harpsichord music--20th century
Masses--scores
Music
Music in universities and colleges--Texas--History
Native American flute music
Organ music
Percussion ensembles--Scores and parts
Piano music
String orchestra music--Scores and parts
Suites (Carillon)
Women composers--Texas--Lubbock

Related Materials in the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library:

Mary Jeanne van Appledorn Collection, 1956-2016

Mary Jeanne van Appledorn oral history interview [sound recording], 1976

Mary Jeanne van Appledorn oral history interview [sound recording], 2000


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Mary Jeanne van Appledorn Collection, 1912-2009, Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

Acquisition

Collection accession #(s):
2000-0225-B, 2000-0311-C, 2000-0340-A, 2000-0357-B, 2005-0201-B, 2008-0116-B, 2008-0140-B

Gifts, 2000-2008

Processed by

Amanda Cox, 2009, and Heather Darnell, 2010


Collection Inventory

Audio-Visual Recordings

Van Appledorn Cassettes
boxrecording
11Allegro, Native American Flute, Master Copy, undated
2Atmospheres, 1993
3Atmospheres, Master Copy, undated
4Atmospheres, Opus One CD Recording Preview, January 27, 1994
5Atmospheres; Rhapsody; Sonic Mutation, Copied from Final DAT, August 11, 1994
6Atmospheres for Trombone Ensemble, January 27, 1993
7Ayre, undated
8Ayre, undated
9Ayre, undated
10Ayre, 1989
11Ayre; Postcards to John, undated
12Ayre for Chamber Strings, (Demonstrated on the Piano), undated
13Ayre for Strings, undated
14Ayre for Strings, undated
15Ayre for Strings; Incantations, undated
16Ayre for Strings, (Piano Demonstration), undated
17Ayre for Strings or Consort in Six Parts, (Piano Demonstration Tape), 1989
18Ayre for Strings or Music in Six Parts for Viola da Gamba Consort, (Piano Demonstration), 1989
19Ayre for Viola da Gamba Consort, (Demonstrated on the Piano) undated
20Ayre, Clarinets, Texas Tech University Clarinet Choir, Robert Walzel, Director, April 18, 1991
21Ayre, Clarinet Version, undated
22Ayre, Music in Six, (for Clarinets), Excerpt from the TTU Clarinet Choir/Trombone Ensemble, Hemmle Hall, April 18, 1991
23Ayre, New York Viola da Gamba Consort, Viola da Gamba International Conclave, Burlington, VT, August 5, 1989
24Ayre, New York Viola da Gamba Consort, Viola da Gamba International Conclave, Burlington, VT, August 5, 1989
25Ayre, Piano Only, 1989
26Ayre, Rehearsal Tape, undated
27Ayre, Sax Version, undated
28Ayre, University of Heron? New Music Group, February 23, 1993
29Azaleas, undated
30Azaleas, undated
31Azaleas, undated
32Azaleas, undated
33Azaleas, Kyung Wook Shin, Baritone, Michael Stoune, Flute, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, 1987 Delius Performance Award, Jacksonville, Florida; Communiqué, Judith Klinger, Soprano, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, Opus One Record #52, undated
34Azaleas, Kyung Wook Shin, Baritone Voice, Michael Stoune, Alto Flute and C Flute, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, undated
boxrecording
21Azaleas for Baritone Voice, Flute, and Piano, undated
2Burlesca for Piano, Brass, and Snare Drum; Two Shakespeare Songs for SATB and Piano, 1951
3Cacophony, undated
4Cantata, undated
5Cantata; Final Exam? , undated
6Cantata, “Layla”, undated
7Cantata (1979), Texas Tech Choir, Texas Tech Orchestra, Paul R. Ellsworth, Conductor; Passacaglia and Chorale (1972), Texas Tech Orchestra, Phillip Lehrman, Conductor, Opus One CD; Concerto Brevis (1954), Rodney Mason, Piano, Lubbock Symphony Orchestra, Patrick Flynn, Conductor, undated
8Cantata; Two Shakespeare Songs, undated
9Cantata; Two Shakespeare Songs, undated
10Cantata: Rising Night After Night; Nom de Plume: Layla, undated
11Cantata: Rising Night After Night; Passacaglia and Chorale; Concerto Brevis, undated
12Cantata: Rising Night After Night; Passacaglia and Chorale; Concerto Brevis, undated
13Cantata: Rising Night After Night; Passacaglia and Chorale; Concerto Brevis, undated
14Cantata: Rising Night After Night (Only Performance, Non-Professional), undated
15Cantata: Rising Night After Night (January 27, 1979); Passaccaglia and Chorale (October 3, 1984); Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, February 16, 1976
16Cantata: Rising Night After Night (1978), Premiere Performance, Symposium of Contemporary Music, Texas Tech University Music Department, Sue Arnold (Mezzo Soprano), John Gillas (Tenor), William G. Hartwell (Bass Bariton), Charles Post (Tenor), Texas Tech University Choir, Tecas Tech University Orchestra, Paul Ellsworth, Conductor, January 27, 1979
17Cantata: Rising Night After Night, Recorded for Vienna Modern Masters CD, “Music from Six Continents”, Slovak Radio Orchestra and Chorus, Oliver Dohnanyi, Conductor, CD to be released in, 1992
18Cantata: Rising Night After Night, Slovak Radio Orchestra and Chorus, Bratirlava, Czechoslovakia, Vienna Modern Masters Compact Disc, December 1990
19Cantata: Rising Night After Night, Slovak Radio Orchestra and Chorus, Oliver Dohnanyi, Conductor, Recorded for Vienna Modern Masters CD, Bratirlava, Czechoslovakia, December 3, 1990
20Cantata; Two Shakespeare Songs, undated
21I. Cantiga, II. Café Jose, III. Cante Hondo, IV. El Vito, V. Final, undated
22Caprice for Carillon, on piano, 1987
23Caprice for Carillon: University of Chicago; Rochester; Logumkloster, Denmark; Suite for Carillon: Svendborg, Denmark; Tienen, Belgium; Dendermonde, Belgium; Caprice for Carillon: Nijmegen, Netherlands; Breda, Netherlands; Genk, Belgium; Suite for Carillon: Amersfoort, Netherlands; Caprice for Carillon: Aalst, Belgium; Brussells, Belgium, Tour, 1988
24Caprice for Carillon: Yale University, New Haven, CT; Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT; University of the South, Sewanee, TN; First Presbyterian, Stamford, CT; Luray Cavernus, Luray, VA; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; McDonough School, McDonough, MD, undated
25Catherine Nix, Soprano, Faculty Recital, Mary Jean van Appledorn, Piano, Texas Tech University, Communique (1960), on Poem of Everett Gillis, Professor of English, TTU (1949-1979), January 23, 1998
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262A Celestial Clock Work, Ann Adcock, Texas Tech University, July 22, 1990
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227A Celestial Clockwork, Lubbock, TX, July 3, 1983
28A Celestial Clockwork, Performance by Judson Maynard, First Baptist Church, Corpus Christi, TX (June 23, 1983), July 3, 1983
29A Celestial Clockwork, Soldiers’ Tower, University of Toranto; Suite for Carillon, Washington Memorial Chapel, Valley Forge, PA, undated
30A Celestial Clockwork, Soldiers’ Tower, University of Toranto; Suite for Carillon, Washington Memorial Chapel, Valley Forge, PA, undated
31Cellano Rhapsodie (undated), A Liszt Fantasie, undated
32Cellano Rhapsody for Violoncello and Piano, Arthur Follows, Violoncello, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano; Azaleas, Kyung Wook Shin, Baritone, Michael Stoune, Flute, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, undated
33Cellano Rhapsody for Violoncello and Piano, Arthur Follows, Violoncello, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano; Azaleas for Baritone Voice, Flute(s), and Piano, Kyung Wook Shin, Baritone, Michael Stoune, Flute(s), Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, undated
34Choral Music; Love Divine, All Loves Excelling, Church of the Holy Cross, undated
35Choral Music; Two Shakespeare Songs; Peter Quince at the Clavier; Cantata: Rising Night After Night, undated
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31A Choreographic Overture, undated
2A Choreographic Overture; Cacophony, undated
3A Choreographic Overture; Cacophony, undated
4A Choreographic Overture, Houston Concert Band, Dr. Ken Dye, Conductor, ACB Convention, Plano, TX, April 4, 1992
5Choreographic Overture for Band; Patterns for Tuba Ensemble, undated
6A Choreographic Overture for Concert Band, Youth Wind Ensemble undated
7Communique; Set of Five, undated
8Communique; Set of Five; Four Duos, First Prize, Texas Composers’ Guild, 1987
9Communique for Voice and Piano, Kathryn Barnes-Burroughs, Voice, John Hollins, Piano, undated
10Composer Concerto?, Lubbock Symphony Orchestra, Jack Sheridan, February 16, 19??
11Composite Copy Number 1, undated
12Concerto; Cacophony; LUX, undated
13Concerto Brevis, Two Pianos; Concerto Brevis, Piano and Orchestra, undated
14Concerto Brevis, (2 Piano Version); Concerto Brevis, (Piano and Orchestra Version), undated
15Concerto Brevis; Missa Brevis, Contemporary Music Festival, National Festival Orchestra, John Russo, Conductor, Furman Civic Wind Ensemble, John C. Carmichael, Conductor, undated
16Concerto Brevis, (2 Piano), First tape, Blinderman, Rehearsal, undated
17Concerto Brevis, Rodney Mason and Rebecca O’Connor, December 8, 1985
18Concerto Brevis, Rodney Mason and Rebecca O’Connor, December 8, 1985
19Concerto Brevis, Susan Blinderman, Unedited, (All Rehearsals), undated
20Concerto Brevis for Piano and Orchestra, undated
21Concerto Brevis for Piano and Orchestra, undated
22Concerto Brevis; Missa Brevis, Contemporary Music Festival, undated
23Concerto for Trumpet, undated
24Concerto for Trumpet; Cacophony; LUX, undated
25Concerto for Trumpet, Lake Agassiz Concert Band, Daniel Kiser, Trumpet, February 3, 1990
26Concerto for Trumpet, Lake Agassiz Concert Band, Daniel Kiser, Trumpet, February 3, 1990
27Concerto for Trumpet, Mark Heidel, Trumpet and Flügelhorn, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, undated
28Concerto for Trumpet and Band, undated
29Concerto for Trumpet and Band, undated
30Concerto for Trumpet and Band; Cacophony for Winds, Percussion, and Toys; LUX: Legend of Sankta Lucia, undated
31Concerto for Trumpet and Band; Cacophony for Wind Ensemble, Percussion, and Toys; LUX: Legend of Sankta Lucia, undated
32Concerto for Trumpet and Band, CBDNA National Conference, Boulder, CO, Texas Tech Band, 1985
33Concerto for Trumpet and Band, Henk Haan, Trumpet, Harmonie-Orkest, St. Jozef, Kerkrade, Netherlands; A Choreographic Overture, undated
34Concerto for Trumpet and Band, Robert Birch, Trumpet, U.S Navy Concert Band, undated
35Concerto for Trumpet and Band, Robert M. Birch, Trumpet, December 1, 1984
36Concerto for Trumpet and Band, Robert M. Birch, Trumpet and Flügelhorn, U.S. Navy Concert Band, Commander Joseph Phillips, Conductor; Cacophony for Winds, Percussion, and Toys; LUX: Legend of Sankta Lucia; Trumpet-Piano Version of Concerto, undated
37Concerto for Trumpet and Band, Texas Tech Symphonic Band, Robert M. Birch, Trumpet, Transcribed from live concert tape of, December 4, 1984
boxrecording
41Concerto for Trumpet and Band, Trial Master, November 13, 1984
2Concerto for Trumpet and Band, Trial Master for Opus One Records, Texas Tech Symphonic Band, November 13, 1984
3Concerto for Trumpet and Piano; Missa Brevis, 1987
4Concerto for Trumpet and Piano, Dr. Mark Heidel, Trumpet, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano; Incantations for Trumpet and Piano, Will Strieder, Trumpet, Jennifer Garrett, Piano, undated
5Concerto for Trumpet and Piano, Mark Heidel, Trumpet, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, undated
6Concerto for Trumpet and Piano, Mark Heidel, Trumpet, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, undated
7Contemporary Music Festival, 28th Annual, Sam Houston State University, First Program, April 10, 1989
8Contemporary Music Festival, 28th Annual, Sam Houston State University, Second Program, April 11, 1989
9Contrasts for Piano, undated
10Contrasts for Piano (1948); Opus One: Set of Five, 1952
11Cornucopia for solo Trumpet, undated
12Cornucopia, Reading, 1988
13Cornucopia, undated
14Cornucopia, III. Little Blue Rag, Bryan Edwards, undated
15Cornucopia, IV. Flight of Another Bee, Pat Brink, undated
16Cycles of Moons and Tides (1995); Les Hommes Vides (1994); Reeds Afire (1994); Postcards to John (1993); Variations on Jerusalem the Golden, 1995
17Cycles of Moons and Tides, Copy of Digital Master, Final Edit, December 19, 1995
18Cycles of Moons and Tides, Texas Tech University Symphonic Band, First Copy, Hemmle Recital Hall, James Sudduth, Conductor, October 15, 1995
19Cycles of Moons and Tides for Symphonic Band, undated
20Cycles of Moons and Tides for Symphonic Band, Commissioned for 50th Aniversary of Tau Beta Sigma, University of Central Arkansas Symphonic Band, Russell Langston, Conductor, Premier, April 18, 1995
21Cycles of Moons and Tides for Wind Ensemble; Rhapsody for Solo Violin and Orhcestra; Les Hommes Vides for Unaccompanied Choir, Based on T.S. Elliot’s “The Hollow Men” with French Translation by Pierre Leyris, undated
22Cycles, Takes, October 22, 1995
23Danza Impresion de Espana for Ballet of the Six Flags, 1979
24Danza Impresion de Espana for Ballet of the Six Flags, 1979
25Demo, Master Cassette, undated
26Demo, van Appledorn, undated
27Demo, van Appledorn, undated
28Demo, van Appledorn, undated
29Demo, van Appledorn, undated
30Demo, van Appledorn, undated
31Demo, van Appledorn, undated
32Demo, van Appledorn, undated
33Demo, van Appledorn, undated
34Demo, van Appledorn, undated
35Duos, (Clarinet and Bassoon), undated
36Duos for Don and Dale, 1985
37Duos for Viola and Violoncello, Performance of, February 11, 1986
38Duos for Viola and Violoncello, Performance of, February 11, 1986
39Faculty Fun Band, Texas Tech University Band and Orchestra Camp, Dale Underwood, Saxophone, 1990
40Fantasia for Piano, Eugene Zapata, Piano, 2004
41Five Psalms, undated
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51Five Psalms, Karl Dent, Tenor, Will Streider, Trumpet, Clinton Barrick, Piano, Recorded in Hemmle Recital Hall, Texas Tech University, July 8, 1999
2Five Psalms for Tenor, Trumpet, and Piano, Karl Dent, Tenor, Will Strieder, Trumpet, Clinton Barrick, Piano, undated
3Five Psalms for Tenor Voice, Trumpet, and Piano, January 23, 1999
4Four Duos, undated
5Four Duos, undated
6Four Duos for Two E-Flat Alto Saxes, Reading During Texas Tech Band Camp, Summer, 1985
7Four Duos for Viola and Cello, 1986
8Four Duos for Viola and Cello, undated
9Four Duos for Viola and Violoncello, undated
10Four Duos for Viola and Violoncello, undated
11Franz Liszt Fantasie, Two Versions by William Westney, undated
12Franz Liszt Fantasie, Two Versions by William Westney, undated
13Freedom of Youth, Lori Berg, Reader, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Synthesizer, undated
14Freedom of Youth, Lori Berg, Reader, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Synthesizer, undated
15Freedom of Youth, Lori Berg, Reader, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Yamaha DX-7, undated
16Freedom of Youth, Reader, Yamaha DX-7 Synthesizer, undated
17Freedom of Youth for Reader and Yamaha DX Synthesizer, undated
18Freedom of Youth for Reader and Yamaha DX7 Synthesizer; Four Duos for Viola and Cello, 1986
19Freedom of Youth for Speaker and Yamaha DX7 Synthesizer, 1986
20Galilean Galaxies, undated
21Gestures for Clarinet Quartet, United States Naval Academy Annapolis Clarinet Quartet, The “Caine Mutiny” Quartet, undated
22Incantations, undated
23Incantations; Patterns, (Takes), September 12, 1992
24Incantations, (Takes), undated
25Incantations, (Takes), undated
26Incantations for Oboe and Piano, undated
27Incantations for Oboe and Piano, undated
28Incantations for Oboe and Piano, May 28, 1998
29Incantations for Oboe and Piano, Portales Performance, Amy Anderson, Oboe, William F. Westney, Piano, undated
30Incantations for Oboe and Piano, Tape Copy of Final DAT, 1998
31Incantations for Oboe and Piano (1998); Rhapsody for Violin and Orchestra, Charles Rex, Violin (Assistant Concert Master – New York Philharmonic), Polish National Radio Orchestra, March 17, 1998
32Incantations for Oboe and Piano; Sonatine for Clarinet and Piano; Ayre for String Sextet, undated
33Incantations for Trumpet and Piano, undated
34Incantations for Trumpet and Piano; Patterns for Horn Quintett, undated
35Incantations for Trumpet and Piano, Reading, 1991
36International Peace Concert Tour, Inoue Chamber Ensemble, New York, Oberlin Conservatory String Orchestra, Ohio, First Concert, Tsuzuki, Yokohama, Japan, July 29, 1995
37Jason’s Tune, Jason Hamilton, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, undated
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61Jason’s Tune, Jason Hamilton, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Performed on the Piano in my Studio, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, December 19, 1992
2Jirgenson’s Lecture, van Appledorn music, May 6, 1987
3Kaleidoscope; Cornucopia, undated
4KOHM Radio-thon, Jim Howard, Host, Program featuring poetry of Horn Professor Walter McDonald (TTU) and music of Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Given by Dean of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Joe R. Goodin, May 5, 1990
5KOHM Radio-thon, Jim Howard, Host, Program featuring poetry of Horn Professor Walter McDonald (TTU) and music of Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Given by Dean of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Joe R. Goodin, Copy May 5, 1990
6Laments, Dr. van Appledorn, August 2, 2001
7Legacy, (Takes), undated
8Legacy for Baritone and Piano, undated
9Les Hommes Vides; Reeds Afire, undated
10Les Hommes Vides; Reeds Afire; Variations on Jerusalem the Golden, undated
11Les Hommes Vides, Double Premiere, Two Performances: 1. Texas Tech University Choir, Lubbock, Dr. Kenneth Davis, conductor, (October 27, 1994), 2. Temple University Concert Choir, Philadelphia, Alan Harler, conductor, October 28, 1994
12Les Hommes Vides, Final Edit for Opus One, Master, undated
13Les Hommes Vides, Philadelphia, undated
14Les Hommes Vides, Piano Accompaniment, Rhearsal Only, undated
15Les Hommes Vides, (Piano), undated
16Les Hommes Vides, (Piano Only), undated
17Les Hommes Vides, (Piano Only), 1994
18Les Hommes Vides, (Piano Only), undated
19Les Hommes Vides, Premiere, Texas Tech University Choir, Dr. Kenneth Davis, Director, Hemmle Recital Hall, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, October 27, 1994
20Les Hommes Vides, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA; Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, 1994
21Les Hommes Vides, Texas Tech University Choir; Les Hommes Vides, Temple University Choir, Philadelphia, PA, undated
22Les Hommes Vides, Text: T.S. Eliot The Hollow Men, (French Translation, Pierre Leyris), for Unaccompanied Chorus, Piano Demo, 1994
23Les Hommes Vides, (T.S. Eliot: The Hollow Men), SATB Unaccompanied Chorus, (Piano Rendition), 1994
24Les Hommes Vides, TTU Choir, Kenneth Davis, Conductor, Master Copy, Premiere, October 27, 1994
25Les Hommes Vides for SATB Unaccompanied Chorus, 1994
26Liquid Gold, 1982
27Liquid Gold, undated
28Liquid Gold, undated
29Liquid Gold, undated
30Liquid Gold; Matrices; Four Duos, undated
31Liquid Gold, Copy of Master Opus One, undated
32Liquid Gold, Dale Underwood, Alto Sax, Ron Chiles, Piano, undated
33Liquid Gold, Dale Underwood, Saxophone, Ron Chiles, Piano; Matrices, Dale Underwood, Saxophone, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, undated
34Liquid Gold, Dale Underwood, Saxophone, Ron Chiles, Piano, 7th World Saxophone Congress, Nuremberg, Germany (1982); Matrices, Dale Underwood, Saxophone, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, undated
35Liquid Gold, Dale Underwood, Saxophone, Ron Chiles, Piano, World Premiere, 7th World Saxophone Congress, Nuremberg, Germany (July 10, 1982); Matrices, Dale Underwood, Saxophone, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, undated
36Liquid Gold, Dale Underwood, Saxophone, Performance of, July 13, 1982
37Liquid Gold, Dale Underwood, Senior Chief Musician, US Navy Band, E-flat Alto Saxophone, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, undated
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71Liquid Gold, Raw Piano Material, undated
2Liquid Gold for E-flat Alto Saxophone and Piano (1982), Dale Underwood, Senior Chief Musician US Navy Band, Saxophone; Concerto for Trumpet and Concert Band; LUX: Legend of Sankta Lucia (1981); Matrices for E-flat Alto Saxophone and Piano, Dale Underwood, Saxophone, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano; Communique for Soprano and Piano, undated
3Liquid Gold for E-flat Alto Saxophone and Tape (or Live Piano), World Premiere Performance (July 10, 1982), 7th World Saxophone Congress, Nuremberg, Germany; Matrices, A Sound-light Composition for E-flat Alto Saxophone and Piano, undated
4Liquid Gold Work Tap; (Del Borgo?), undated
5A Liszt Fantasie, Colomer, undated
6A Liszt Fantasie, “Layla”, 1984
7A Liszt Fantasie, Max Lifchitz, Final for CD, North/South Records, Incorporated, undated
8A Liszt Fantasie, Piano, Max Lifchitz, undated
9A Liszt Fantasie, Two Performances on Tape, undated
10A Liszt Fantasie, Use for Copy, No Dolby, undated
11A Liszt Fantasie, William Westney, Faculty Recital, undated
12A Liszt Fantasie for Piano, undated
13A Liszt Fantasie for Piano, Written and Studio-performed by Mary Jeanne van Appledorn; Azaleas, Michael Stoune, Flute, Kyung Wook Shin, Baritone Voice; Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, undated
14Louisiana Sinfoniette: Purcell, Constant?, M.J. van Appledorn, April 12, 2001
15Love Divine (Manual Only on Piano), undated
16Love Divine, All Loves Excelling; Spirit Divine, undated
17Love Divine, All Loves Excelling, (Manual Part Only Played on Piano), undated
18Love Divine, All Loves Excelling, for SATB Chorus and Organ, (Piano Only Playing Manual Part), undated
19LUX: Legend of Sankta Lucia for Band, undated
20LUX: Legend of Sankta Lucia, Commissioned by National Intercollegiate Bands, Century Records (1981); Ayre for Strings, undated
21LUX: Legend of Sankta Lucia, Master Cassette, undated
22LUX: The Legend of Sankta Lucia, Northwestern University Wind Symphony, undated
23LUX: The Legend of Sankta Lucia, University of Massachusetts Amherst Symphony Band, Malcolm Rowell, Jr., Conductor, MENC Convention, Hartford, CT (April 26, 2985); Fine Arts Center Concert Hall, University of Massachusetts, May 4, 1985
24LUX: Legend of Sankta Lucia, (Partial Reading); Liquid Gold, undated
25 LUX: Legend of Sankta Lucia (1981); Suite for Carillon, undated
26March, undated
27March, undated
28Meliora, Fanfare 2000 for Orchestra; Terrestrial Music for Violin, Piano, and String Orchestra, undated
29Miniatures, US Naval Academy Band Trombone Quartet, July 20, 2000
30Miniatures for Trombone Quartet, undated
31Missa Brevis, undated
32Missa Brevis; Concerto for Trumpet, (piano only), undated
33Missa Brevis; Spirit Divine, undated
34Missa Brevis, Birch/Martin, American Premiere, Foundry Methodist Church, Washington, DC, May 2, 1987
35Missa Brevis, Brass Quintet, Reading, undated
36Missa Brevis, Fairbanks/Harbach, undated
37Missa Brevis, On Piano, Rehearsal Tape, undated
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81Missa Brevis, Premiere, Birch/Martin Recital, Foundry United Methodist Church, Washington, D.C., May 2, 1987
2Missa Brevis, Reading, undated
3Missa Brevis, Reading, Washington, D.C., Robert Birch, Trumpet, Carol Feather Martin, Organ, 1986
4Missa Brevis, Reading Tape, undated
5Missa Brevis, Recorded dub of takes 2-45; Missa Brevis, Take 1, Complete Work Recorded, February 25, 1990
6Missa Brevis for Brass Quintet, (Reading); Missa Brevis for Trumpet and Organ, undated
7Missa Brevis for Trumpet and Organ, 1986
8Missa Brevis for Trumpet and Organ; Missa Brevis for Voice and Organ, undated
9Missa Brevis for Trumpet and Organ; Missa Brevis for Voice and Organ, undated
10Missa Brevis for Voice and Organ, undated
11Missa Brevis for Voice and Organ, Billie Hagemeier, Voice, Judson Maynard, Organ, undated
12Missa Brevis, Gloria, (on Piano), Rehearsal Tape, undated
13Missa Brevis, Kyrie, undated
14Missa Brevis, Kyrie, Gloria, 1986
15Missa Brevis, Kyrie, On Piano, undated
16Missa Brevis, Laura Ellis, Organ, Christine Schumann, Piano, April 19, 1990
17Missa Brevis for Trumpet and Organ, undated
18Missa Brevis; Concerto Brevis, Pieces 1-6 on A, 7-12 on B, undated
19Music by Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Music of Enchantment; Terrestrial Music; Reeds Afire; LUX: Legend of Sankta Lucia; Les Hommes Vides; Trio Italiano; Four Duos; Liquid Gold; Cycles of Moons and Tides, undated
20Music of Enchantment, Piano Version, October 7, 1999
21Music of Enchantment (1997), Premiere, James J. Pellerite, Native American Flute, Texas Tech University Symphony Orchestra Strings and Percussion, Albert-George Schram, Conductor, December 9, 1997
22Music of Enchantment, Reading Orchestra, No Flute, December 1, 1997
23Music of Enchantment for Native American Flute, Strings, and Percussion, undated
24Native American Flute Introduction, undated
25A Native American Mosaic, undated
26Native American Mosaic, J. Pellerite, Native American Flute, undated
27A Native American Mosaic for Solo Flute, World Premiere, James Pellerite, Flute, Guest Artist Recital, Texas Tech University, The Native American Flute Meets Classical, January 31, 1997
28New Vienna, Strings and Solo Violin, 1-20, undated
29Organ and Carillon Works; Variations on Jerusalem the Golden; Suite for Carillon; Caprice for Carillon, A Celestial Clockwork for Carillon, undated
30Parquet Music, Harpsichord Work, Not Complete, Original, undated
31Parquet Music for Harpsichord, undated
32Parquet Music for Harpsichord, Dr. Barbara Harbach, Harpsichord, undated
33Parquet Music for Harpsichord, Premiere, Rice University, Harbach undated
34Parquet Musique pour Clavecin; A Liszt Fantasie for Piano, undated
35Parquet Musique pour Clavecin (1990); Sonic Mutation for Harp, 1986
36Parquet Music pour Clavecin (1990), Premiere by Dr. Barbara Harbach, Harpsichord, Rice University, Houston, TX, January 21, 1991
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91Parquet Music, (Work Tape), Complete, undated
2Parquet Musique pour Clavecin, Barbara Harbach, Harpsichord, Recorded for Gasparo Records CD; A Liszt Fantasie for Piano, Max Lifchitz, Piano, Recorded for North/South Records CD, undated
3Parquet Music; Gestures, Texas Tech University School of Music Faculty Composer’s Concert, February 27, 2001
4Passacaglia and Chorale, undated
5Passacaglia and Chorale, undated
6Passacaglia and Chorale, undated
7Passacaglia and Chorale, (Band), undated
8Passacaglia and Chorale, Band Transcription by Mark Heidel, Texas Tech Concert Band, Mark Heidel, Conductor; Cornucopia, Richard Tolley, Trumpet, New York City Premiere, November 6, 1989
9Passacaglia and Chorale, Take 3 and 2, Trial Master Session of, September 19, 1984
10Passacaglia and Chorale, Transcribed and Conducted by Mark Heidel, Texas Tech Symphonic Band, December 10, 1987
11Passacaglia and Chorale, Transcribed by Mark Heidel, Texas Tech University Symphonic Band, Hemmle Recital Hall, December 10, 1987
12Passacaglia and Chorale, Transcribed by Mark Heidel, Texas Tech University Symphonic Band, Hemmle Recital Hall, December 10, 1987
13Passacaglia and Chorale, WTSU, undated
14Passacaglia and Chorale for Concert Band or Orchestra, undated
15Passacaglia for Chamber Orchestra, undated
16Passacaglia for Chamber Orchestra, undated
17Passacaglia for Chamber Orchestra, Reading, undated
18Passage, Dolby B undated
19Passages II, undated
20Passages II for Trombone and Percussion, undated
21Passages II for Trombone and Percussion, Don Lucas, Trombone, Alan Shinn, Percussion, undated
22Passages III, Montecino Trio, undated
23Passages 3, Shea Trio, undated
24Passages III for Clarinet, Cello, and Piano, 2003
25Passages III for Clarinet, Cello, and Piano, 2003
26Passages III for Clarinet, Cello, and Piano, undated
27Patterns, Texas Tech Horn Choir, International Horn Symposium, University of North Texas, Denton, TX, May 16, 1991
28Peter Quince at the Clavier, undated
29Peter Quince at the Clavier, Women’s Chorus, Narrator, Flute, Oboe, Horn in F, Piano, undated
30Postcards, May 3, 1994
31Postcards to John for Guitar, John Scott Ford, Guitar, May 3, 1994
32Postcards to John for Guitar, John Ford, Guitar, undated
33Postcardsto John, John Scott Ford, Guitar, Bryce H. Lowrance, Engineer, Recorded June 20, 1995, Texas Tech University, Hemmle Recital Hall; Edited Texas Tech University Experimental Music Studio, June 21-23, 1995
34Potpourri for Carillon, Demonstrated on Piano, 1993
35Potpourri for Carillon, Played on DX-7 Synthesizer Bells, July 1993
36Reeds Afire, undated
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101Reeds Afire; Postcards to John; Cycles of Moons and Tides, undated
2Reeds Afire, Bob and Scott Walzel, February 25, 1996
3Reeds Afire for Clarinet and Bassoon, 1994
4Reeds Afire for Clarinet and Bassoon, Paul Gallo, Clarinet, Gilbert Dejean, Bassoon, New York City Premiere, June 3, 1997
5Reeds Afire, New York City Premiere, June 3, 1997
6Rhapsody, Inou Chamber Ensemble, Donner Library Center, New York, November 24, 2007
7Rhapsody, Charles Rex, Polish National Radio Orchestra, 1998
8Rhapsody, First Sequential Record Before Opus One, November 12, 19??
9Rhapsody, Willie Strieder, Trumpet, Gail Barber, Harp, Reading (November 12, 1993); Incantations, Opus One CD (September 12, 1992); Patterns, undated
10Rhapsody for Solo Violin and Orchestra, Cynthia Scully, Violin, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, undated
11Rhapsody for Trumpet and Harp; Reeds Afire for Clarinet and Bassoon, undated
12Rhapsody for Trumpet and Harp, Copy of Takes, undated
13Rhapsody for Trumpet and Harp, Reading; Postcards to John, Reading, undated
14Rhapsody for Violin and Orchestra, undated
15Rhapsody for Violin and Orchestra, 1997
16Rhapsody for Violin and Orchestra, 1997
17Rhapsody for Violin and Orchestra, Charles Rex, Concertmaster, New York Philharmonic, Violin, Polish Radio National Orchestra, Joel Subia, Conductor, undated
18Rhapsody for Violin and Orchestra, Charles Rex, Violin, Polish National Radio Orchestra, undated
19Rhapsody for Violin and Orchestra, Cynthia Scully, Violin, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, undated
20Rhapsody for Violin and Orchestra, Keyboard Demo Only, undated
21Rhapsody for Violin and Orchestra, Piano Demo, undated
22Rhapsody for Violin and Orchestra, Violin and Orchestra Reduction Demo, 1997
23Rhapsody for Violin and Orchestra, Violin and Orchestra Reduction Demo, 1997
24Rhapsody for Violin and Orchestra, Violin and Piano, December 1996
25Sax Quartet, undated
26Set of Five, Opus One, 78 rpm disc, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, 1978
27Set of Five, Lifchitz Master Copy, undated
28Skybells for Carillon, Master Copy, (Piano Reading), undated
29Skybells for Carillon, Commissioned by James Lawson for the Arrella Schuller Carillon, The Crystal Cathedral, (Demonstrated on Piano), 1991
30Sonata for Guitar, Milen Parashkevov, Guitar, 2003
31Sonata for Guitar, Milen Parashkevov, Guitar, undated
32Sonatine, undated
33Sonatine, 1988-1989
34Sonatine, Ed and Kazuko CD Performance, undated
35Sonatine (1988), Keith McCarty, Clarinet, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Studio Performance, August 27, 1988
36Sonatine (1988), Keith McCarty, Clarinet, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Studio Performance, August 27, 1988
37Sonatine, National Association of American Composers, New York City, St. Stephen’s Church, Original, April 17, 1994
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111Sonatine, National Association of Composers, USA, NYC, April 17, 1994
2Sonatine, National Association of Composers, USA, NYC, April 17, 1994
3Sonatine, National Association of Composers, USA, NYC, April 17, 1994
4Sonatine, National Association of Composers, USA, NYC, April 17, 1994
5Sonatine, Piano Only, undated
6Sonatine, Piano Only, undated
7Sonatine, Piano Only; Missa Brevis; Layla?, undated
8Sonatine, Premier, Weill Hall NYC (October 17, 1988); Second Performance, Donnell Library NYC, November 7, 1988
9Sonatine (1988); Ayre (1989), MTNA and TMTA Convention, San Antonio Texas, June 19, 1990
10Sonatine for Clarinet and Piano, undated
11Sonatine for Clarinet and Piano, undated
12Sonatine for Clarinet and Piano, undated
13Sonatine for Clarinet and Piano, undated
14Sonatine for Clarinet and Piano, Edward Gilmore, Clarinet, Kazuko Inoue, Piano, Bard College, New York, January 22, 1989
15Songs Without Words, May 2, 2000
16Songs Without Words, undated
17Songs Without Words, undated
18Songs Without Words, Copy of Master, undated
19Songs Without Words, Kathy McNeil and Linday McNeil, Faculty Recital, February 3, 2000
20Sonic Mutation, 1986
21Sonic Mutation, Ending, undated
22Sonic Mutation, Gail Barber, Harp; Missa Brevis, on Piano, undated
23Sonic Mutuation, Harp, 1986
24Sonic Mutation for Harp, Demonstrated on the Piano, undated
25Sonic Mutation for Harp, Here Played on the Piano, 1986
26Sonnet: Ely Cathedral, Ely, England; Heilig Geist Kirche, Bergisch-Gladbach, West Germany; Mattauskirche, Munich, West Germany; Suite for Carillon: Svendborg, Denmark; Westminster Presbyterian, Oklahoma City, undated
27Sonnet for Organ, Gerre Hancock, Organ, Dedication of the Holtkamp Organ, Hemmle Recital Hall, Texas Tech University; Sound the Trumpet (1994), Willie Strieder, Trumpet, Dr. Stephen Weber, Organ, Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, December 6, 1994
28Sonnet for Organ, Holtkamp Organ Dedication, Gerre Hancock, February 13, 1977
29Sonnet for Organ, Jeremy Bruns, Organ, undated
30Sound the Trumpet, undated
31Sound the Trumpet, undated
32Sound the Trumpet, Willie Strieder, Trumpet, Stephen Weber, Organ, Master Copy, Composers Concert, December 6, 1994
33Soundscapes, undated
34Spirit Divine, undated
35Spirit Divine, 1986
36Spirit Divine, Texas Tech University Choir, November 11, 1986
37Spirit Divine, Texas Tech University Choir, November 11, 1986
38Spirit Divine, Texas Tech University Choir, Dr. Donald Bailey, Director, Dr. Judson, Maynard, Organ, Premiere, November 4, 1986
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121Spirit Divine; Missa Brevis, undated
2Spirit Divine for SATB and Organ; Five Psalms for Tenor, Trumpet, and Piano; Missa Brevis for Soprano and Organ, undated
3Suite for Carillon, Dr. Judson Maynard, Carilloneur, Carillon Concert, July 4, 1976
4Suite for Carillon, Performed by Ann Adcock, Texas Tech University, June 25, 1989
5Symphony for Percussion Orchestra, 2000
6Symphony for Percussion Orchestra, 2000
7Symphony for Percussion Orchestra, Texas Tech University Percussion Ensemble I, Dr. Lisa Rogers, Conductor, 2000
8Symphony for Percussion Orchestra, Texas Tech University Percussion Ensemble I, Dr. Lisa Rogers, Conductor, 2000
9Symphony for Percussion Orchestra, Texas Tech University Percussion Ensemble I, Dr. Lisa Rogers, Conductor, undated
10Symphony for Percussion Orchestra (2000), Texas Tech University Percussion Ensemble I, November 14, 2000
11Synthesizer Improvisation, Dr. van Appledorn, undated
12Synthesizer Improvisation, Dr. van Appledorn, undated
13Tape I, Including Cellano Rhapsody, undated
14Tape II, Including Missa Brevis, undated
15Tape III, Including Freedom of Youth, undated
16Tape V, Conclusion of Lecture, undated
17Terrestrial Music, undated
18Terrestrial Music, II. Barren Land, Kellog and van Appledorn, undated
19Terrestrial Music, III. New Vienna, (original), undated
20Terrestrial Music, IV. White Mountains Rising, Piano Part, undated
21Terrestrial Music, 5. Continental Drift, Solo Violin, Solo Piano (with Piano Reduction of Strings), Missing bars 44, 51, undated
22Terrestrial Music, A Double Concerto for Solo Violin, Solo Piano, and String Orchestra, 1992
23Terrestrial Music, Japan Tour, Inoue Chamber Ensemble, 1995
24Terrestrial Music, Nagano, Japan Premiere, August 8, 1992
25Terrestrial Music, Polish National Radio Orchestra, Richard Luby, Violin, Barry Salwen, Piano, undated
26Terrestrial Music, Premiere, 1994
27Terrestrial Music, Premiere, Inoue Chamber Ensemble, Miller Theatre, New York, November 5, 1992
28Texas Tech University Composers’ Chamber Music Recital, Sonatine (1988), Keith McCarty, Clarinet, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, Hemmle Recital Hall, December 6, 1988
29Texas Tech University Composers’ Concert, Atmospheres, December 7, 1993
30Texas Tech University Composers’ Concert, Ayre, November 6, 1990
31Texas Tech University Composers’ Concert, Incantations for Trumpet and Piano, May 5, 1992
32Texas Tech University Composers’ Concert, Three for Two, November 26, 1996
33Texas Tech University Composers’ Concert, “End of the Millennium Concert I”, Galilean Galaxies, Performed by The Devienne Trio, May 4, 1999
34Texas Tech University Composers’ Concert, Students of Dr. van Appledorn, Atmospheres, December 7, 1993
35Three for Two, Duos for Recorders, Demonstration on Piano, 1989
36Three for Two, Duos for Recorders or Flutes, Demonstrated on Piano, 1989
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131Three for Two for Recorders, Demonstrated on Piano, undated
2Three for Two for Flutes, 1989
3Three For Two for Recorders or Flutes, (Piano Demonstration), undated
4Three For Two; Azaleas, undated
5Tower Music, undated
6Tower Music, Premiere, Maynard, Corpus Christi, June 8, 1990
7Trio Italiano; Legacy, William Hartwell, Basso Profundo, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Astonished Piano; Cycles of Moons and Tides, Texas Tech University Symphonic Band, James Sudduth, Conductor, October 15, 1995
8Trio Italiano, Willie Strieder, Trumpet, Anthony Brittin, Horn, Don Lucas, Trombone, undated
9Trio Italiano for Trumpet, Horn, and Trombone, International Trumpet Guild Award, Trumpet Guild Brass Trio Competition, 1996
10Trio Italiano for Trumpet, Horn, and Trombone, Piano Demonstration, undated
11Trumpet Concerto; Clarinet Quartet, undated
12Trumpet Concerto, First Movement, Original Copy and Cleaned Copy, Scott Couch, Trumpet, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, Recorded by Professor D.O. Wiley at Texas Technological College Music Building, 1957
13Trumpet Concerto, First Movement, Original Copy and Cleaned Copy, Scott Couch, Trumpet, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, Recorded by Professor D.O. Wiley at Texas Technological College Music Building, 1957
14Trumpet Concerto, Hungarian Symphony Orchestra, undated
15Trumpet Concerto, Robert Birch, University of New Hampshire, Durham, Cadenza by Robert Birch, undated
16Trumpet Concerto for Trumpet, undated
17Two Shakespeare Songs (1952), Contemporary Choral Compositions, Western Kentucky University, 1990
18Two Shakespeare Songs, Gregg Smith Singers, Charles Ives Center, 1993
19Two Shakespeare Songs, Symposium for New Choral Music, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, Kentucky, undated
20Two Shakespeare Songs, A Symposium of New Choral Chamber Music, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, Kentucky, March 24, 1990
21Two Shakespeare Songs, Gregg Smith Singers, (Reading of texts precedes performance), undated
22Two Shakespeare Songs; Peter Quince at the Clavier, undated
23Two Shakespeare Songs; Spririt Divine; Darest Thou Now, O Soul; Peter Quince, undated
24Uptown Blue for Piano, undated
25van Appledorn, Mary Jeanne: Class Tapes: MUCP 5312 – Advanced Orchestration, February 2, 2005
26van Appledorn, Mary Jeanne: Class Tapes: MUCP 5312 – Advanced Orchestration, February 4, 2005
27van Appledorn, Mary Jeanne: Class Tapes: MUCP 5312 – Advanced Orchestration, February 9, 2005
28van Appledorn, Mary Jeanne: Class Tapes: MUCP 5312 – Advanced Orchestration, February 11, 2005
29van Appledorn, Mary Jeanne: Class Tapes: MUTH 3303 – Form, January 31, 2005
30van Appledorn, Mary Jeanne: Class Tapes: MUTH 3303 – Form, February 2, 2005
31van Appledorn, Mary Jeanne: Class Tapes: MUTH 3303 – Form, February 4, 2005
32van Appledorn, Mary Jeanne: Class Tapes: MUTH 3303 – Form, February 11, 2005
33van Appledorn, Mary Jeanne: Class Tapes: MUTH 3303 – Form, February 21, 2005
34van Appledorn, Mary Jeanne: Class Tapes: MUTH 3303 – Form, February 23, 2005
35van Appledorn, Mary Jeanne: Class Tapes: MUTH 3303 – Form, March 7, 2005
36van Appledorn, Mary Jeanne: Class Tapes: MUTH 3303 – Form, March 9, 2005
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141van Appledorn, Mary Jeanne: Class Tapes: MUTH 5304 – Styles, February 1, 2005
2van Appledorn, Mary Jeanne: Class Tapes: MUTH 5304 – Styles, February 3, 2005
3van Appledorn, Mary Jeanne: Class Tapes: MUTH 5304 – Styles, February 10, 2005
4van Appledorn, Mary Jeanne: Class Tapes: MUTH 5304 – Styles, February 22, 2005
5van Appledorn, Mary Jeanne: Class Tapes: MUTH 5304 – Styles, March 8, 2005
6van Appledorn, Mary Jeanne: Class Tapes: MUTH 5304 – Styles, March 10, 2005
7Variations on “Jerusalem the Golden,” undated
8Variations on “Jerusalem the Golden”, Luis Gonzales, Organ, Hemmle Recital Hall, December 1995
9Viola da Gamba, (work tape), undated
10V.J.’s Report on Dr. van Appledorn, Text Master, undated
11West Texas Suite, undated
12Windsongs for Brass Quintet (through measure 119), Brass Readings, May 2, 1991
13Work Tape, undated
14Work Tape, undated
Cassette Recordings – Other Musicians and Artists
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1415Alonso de Mudarra: Fantasia X; Isaac Albeniz: Leyenda, Sevilla; Mavio Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Sonata “Homage to Boccherine”, Mussorgsky Transcribed by Segovia: “The Old Castle” from Pictures at an Exhibition; “The old Castle” Transcribed for Orchestra by Ravel; Bartok: Roumanian Folk Dances; Britten: Simple Symphony, Op. 4; Barber: Adagio for Strings, Op. 11; Mussorgsky: “Pictures at an Exhibition,” undated
16 Anderson, Amy, Oboe, Faculty Recital, November 10, 1997
17Antologia De La Musica Cusquena, Siglos XIX – XX, undated
18Barber, Gail, Harpist, 1985
19Barber, Gail, Harpist, 1985
20Barber, Violin Concerto, undated
21 Bartok, Third Piano Concerto, Second Piano Concerto, undated
22 Bartok, Violin Concerto Number Two (1946); Contrasts for Clarinet, Violin, and Piano, undated
23Bell Tower/Yamaha DX-7 Synthesizer, Lawson plays Crystal Cathedral Carillon, April 21, 1991
24Belshaw, Gary D., Wind Sculptures for Trombone and Band, Synthesizer: ENSONIQ SD-1, undated
25Biggs, E. Power: The Organ in Sight and Sound, Columbia KS 7263; A Mini Discourse on the Rheinbergers Concertos, Columbia BTQ 158473; Rheinberger: Concerto No. 1, Op. 137; Barber: Toccata Festiva, Op. 36, undated
26Boretz, Benjamin: “...my chart shines high where the blue milk’s upset…”, Sarah Rothenberg, Piano, Recorded in Olin Auditorium, Bard College (1988); J.K. Randall: “…such words as it were vain to close…”, J.K. Randall, Piano, Recorded in Princeton, New Jersey (1977), from Open Space CD 1, undated
27Brink, Paul, Ein Feste Burg (Bach Chorale) for Organ, undated
28Britten: Nocturnal, Op. 70; Boccherini: Introduction and Fandango; Ravel: Pavane pour une infante de Junte?; Gomez-Crespo: Nortena; Albeniz: Mallorca; Ponce: Scherzino Mejicano; Pavana: Pisador con Pavot Recordo; Milan: El Movo; Milan: Fantasia, undated
29Burch, Gary, Senior Composition Recital, December 3, 1994
30Byong-Kon Kim, Sori for Orchestra (1978), Performed by Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra; Dick: Flute, undated
31 Cablegram, The Paxton Group with Paula Claire, undated
32A Carillon Recital at Bok Tower Gardens, Milford Myhre, Carillonneur, undated
33Christmas Carillon from Bok Tower Gardens, Milford Myhre, Carillonneur, 1986
34The Clarinet and Flute Soloists, John Russo, Clarinet, Samuel Baron, Flute, Billings Symphony Orchestra, Uri Barnea, Conductor, Society Orchestra of New York City, Thomas Crawford, Conductor, undated
35Composers in Recital, Students of Dr. Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, April 20, 1989
36Concerto for Percussion and Wind Symphony; Composed and Conducted by Jeffrey Hoover, Alan P. Shinn, Soloist, Texas Tech University Symphonic Band, April 24, 1990
37Dedication of the Memorial Organ, FUMC, Floydada, Texas, Jeremy Bruns, Organist, undated
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151Donaueschingen; Hindemith: Clarinet Sonata; Pepping: Suite for Trompete, Saxophon und Posaune; Krenek: Drei Lustige Marsche; Pepping: Kleine Serenade Fur Militarorchester; Toch: Spiel Fur Blasorchester, Op. 39; Hindemith: Konzertmusik Fur Blasorchester, Op. 41; Furman Civic Wind Ensemble, John C. Carmichael, Conductor, 1990
2DX Performance Demonstration, FM Digial Keyboards; DX7 and DX9 Performances by Gary Leuenberger and Don Lewis; L’Lady (Paich) (1984); The One (Porcaro); Performed by David Paich, Steve porcaro, and James Newton Howard, 1984
3”The DX Zone”, DX7 Programming Instructions; “The DX Zone”, DX9 Programming Instructions, undated
4Eben, Peter: Okna; Plog, Anthony: Four Themes on Paintings of Edvard Munch; Houhannes, Alan: Prayer of St. Gregory, Op. 62b; Persichetti, Vincent: The Hollownen?; JoLivet, Andre: Arioso barocco; Lowry, Douglas: Suburban Measures; Anthony Plog, Trumpet, Hans-Olq? Ericsson, Organ, MUSI 7000, November 4, 1994
5Electronic Pieces?, undated
6 Faculty Fun Band, Texas Tech University Band and Orchestra Camp, July 15-27, 1990
7Faris, Amy, Senior Composition Recital, Texas Tech University, March 4, 1993
8Festival a Kerkrade, Nederland, Harmonie-Orkest Saint Jozef, Mcluder? Trumpet Concerto, undated
9Festival of Texas Composers, Concert III, March 10, 1988
10 Garner, Erroll, The Best of Erroll Garner, undated
11Geigen, Beriot - Duo Concertante, Op. 57 No. 1; Rossini – Sonata; Kodaly – Serenade, Op. 12; Dvorak – Serenade, Op. 22, E Major, undated
12 Glazer, Stuart, Concerto for Flute and Concert Band, Premiere Performance, May 1, 1988
13Grainger, Percy: English Dances, Danny Boy, Organ and Orchestra; Richard Strauss: Joseph Legend, undated
14Inoue Chamber Ensemble, undated
15Joplin, Scott, Piano Rags, Myra Hernandez, Pianist, undated
16 Kallstrom, Michael J., Intro the Deep for bass voice, synthesizer, and electronic tape; A Lion’s Tale for voice and piano, a song with dialogue, undated
17Kelly, John-Edward, Saxophone, Bob Versteegh, Piano, undated
18Kent, Gary, Senior Composition Recital, Texas Tech University, Hemmle Recital Hall, July 6, 1997
19 Kirk, Theron, Ode to Music, undated
20KOHM Radio Tape Copies, undated
21KTEZ Cassette, undated
22KTEZ Lubbock, undated
23Kvernes, Paul, Senior Composition Recital, Texas Tech University, Hemmle Recital Hall, August 13, 1987
24Lance, Scott A. : Testament, 1992
25Lawson, James R., Bells of Riverside, Laura Spelman Rockefeller Carillon, The Riverside Church, New York, New York, undated
26 Legrand, Michel, Summer of ’42 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, 1971
27Listening to Women and Men, Side 1, October 1, 1996
28Listening to Women and Men, Side 3, October 1, 1996
29Lopez, Reginald Martin, Graduate Woodwind Recital, Texas Tech University, June 9, 1997
30Lowrance, Bryce H., Senior Composition Recital, February 20, 1993
31Mahler, Gustav: Symphony No. 2 in C Minor “The Resurrection”, Philharmonia Chorus and Orchestra, undated
32Mahler, Gustav: Symphony No. 8 in E-flat Major, (Symphony of a Thousand), undated
33Major 3rd Bells; Cranbrook Pipe Band (bagpipes): Kirk of the Hills; Barber Adagio; F. Mariott Variations on “So long”, der alte Peter, Evi de vos, Olson – Nauen, C. Played Georg, Koppel, Air Vol. 13; Burton Tower University of Michigan, Major 3rd Carillon, undated
34A Man of Our Times: Jean Berger, St. Martin’s Chamber Choir, A birthday concert (recorded live), including some of his many choral works, given on the occasion of Jean Berger’s 89th birthday, September 27, 1998
35Mason, Charles, The Blazing Macaw, undated
36 McConnell, Adagio for Strings, Rehearsal, February 15, 1998
37McConnell, Daniel J., Composition Recital, March 11, 1998
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161 Messiaen: Turngalila; Takemitsu: November Steps, undated
2 Messiaen: Turngalila; Takemitsu: November Steps, undated
3Miller, Robert, Sonatina; Gary Kent, When I Hoped, I Feared, Composers’ Concert, Fall, 1990
4Mitsopoulou, Evangelia, Piano, Teloglio Foundation, Manolis Kalomiris: Ballad No. 1, Op. 1 in mi minor inspired by the poem “Les chansons de Pirates” by Victor Hugo; Claude Debussy: Four Preludes, November 30, 2002
5Nero, Peter, Summer of ’42, undated
6New Music from Texas Tech, Composers’ Recital, November 12, 1989
7New Music from Texas Tech, Composers’ Recital, April 26, 1990
8 Olson, Kenneth, Toccata Fantasy; Charles Jones, Piano, undated
9 Orchestra Music; Zwilich, Celebration for Orchestra; Tower, Sequoia; Larsen, Symphony: Water Music, undated
10 Orchestra Reading, Piano Concerto, Belshaw; Psalm 46, Miller; Overture to Easter Cantata, Lowrance; Cantata, Weber, December 11, 1991
11Parnassus, 15 Etudes for Euphonium, Piano Demonstration, 1990
12Pellerite, James J., Native American Flute, Colors Fall, Wind Songs, Prism, Winter Sky, undated
13 Pellerite, James J., Native American Flute, Prayer and Celebration, S. Weber; Dances, K. Purrone, undated
14Perspectives of New Music, School of Music, University of Washington, No. 28, 1989-1990
15 Pervazov, Andrian, Music of Andrian Pervazov, undated
16Piano- Theatre, Martha Anne Verbit, Piano, 1987
17 Rauscher, Jim, Piano, Ph.D. Recital, October 16, 1988
18Ravel, Maurice, Daphnis et Chloé, undated
19Recuerdos de la Alhambra, Tarrega; Tonadilla, Granados; Leyenda, Albeniz; Serenata Burlesca, Moreno Torroba; Minuet, F.J. Hayon; Hill Runes, Davies; Five Impromptus, Bennett; Royal Winter Music, Hans Werner Henze, undated
20 Reynolds, Belinda, Interference Patterns for 2 Violins (1990)l; A Shattered Peace for Solo Piano, Berkeley University, 1988-1989
21Saxton, Robert, Processions and Dances, undated
22Schild?, Largo and Toccatta for Organ, undated
23 Sheng, Brights, Four Movements for Piano Trio, undated
24Shostakovitch, Symphony No. 1, Op. 10, undated
25Songs of a Season Blessed, undated
26Sounding the New Violin, Malcolm Goldstein, 1991
27Study Tape, undated
28 Suk, J.; Works by F. Mendelssohn, J.S. Bach, B. Martinu, undated
29Symphony for Band, undated
30Tape 3: Association of Concert Bands Convention; Houston Concert Band; Plano Community Band, April 4, 1982
31Tape Number 1 for Mary Jeanne van Appledorn; Villa Lobos: Twelve Etudes; Suite Populaire Bresilienne; Five Preludes; Ferdinand Sors: Lessons, Exercises, Studies, May 5, 1992
32Tape Number 2 for Dr. van Appledorn; Sir William Walton, Five Batatelles; Albert Harris; Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Handel; Albert Harris, Sonatina; Joaquin Turina, Sonata; Turina, Sonata; Turina, Fandanguillo; Federico Moreno Torroba, Preludia; Manuel de Falla, Homenade; Joaquin Rodrigo, Envocation et Danse, May 5, 1992
33Tape Number 3 for Dr. van Appledorn; Manuel M. Ponce: Theme, Variations, and Finale; Paganini-Ponce: Andantino Variato; Ponce: “Folles d’Espagne”, Theme, Variations, et Fugue; J.S. Bach: Prelude, Fugue; Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Platero y Yo, Op. 190; Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Guitar Quintet, Op. 143; Manuel M. Ponce: Sonata for Guitar and Harpsichord; Joaquin Rodrigo: Fantasia para un Gentilhombre, undated
34Texas Tech University Hemmle Scholarship Concert, Gary Lewis and Cody Birdwell, Conductors, January 23, 1999
35Texas Tech University New Music Ensemble, Steve Paxton/Gregg Koyle, Directors (April 27, 1992); Gene Williams, Parnassus Takes, undated
36Texas Tech University Student Composers’ Concert, April 17, 1988
37Texas Tech University Student Composers’ Concert, November 6, 1990
38Texas Tech University Student Composers’ Concert, November 6, 1990
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171Texas Tech University Student Composers’ Concert, Master Tape, April 30, 1991
2Texas Tech University Student Composers’ Concert, van Appledorn Students’ Recital, November 26, 1991
3Texas Tech University Student Composers’ Concert, van Appledorn Students’ Recital, May 5, 1992
4Texas Tech University Student Composers’ Showcase, Summer Term I, 1984
5Thames, Jeffrey, Prologue and Four Psalms for Tenor Voice and Piano, undated
6’Tis the Season, John Giordano conducting the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, 1985
7Tradition and Renewal in the Music of Japan, from Perspectives in New Music, PNM 27, undated
8Trumpet Hits, undated
9Trumpet Kings, undated
10Twentieth Century Harpsichord Music, Volume III, Barbara Harbach, Harpsichord, 1990
11Unlabeled, undated
12Unlabeled, undated
13Unlabeled, undated
14Untitled, Side 1, Piece 3, undated
15Untitled, Side 1, Piece 2, undated
16Varèse, Edgard, Ionization, undated
17 Villa-Lobos, Sexteto Mistico, Orquesta de Camara, Jean-Francois Paillard, Turibio Santos, Guitar, undated
18Vivace Press Choral Anthems, 1990
19Weihnachts Manner, (unopened), undated
20Yao, Sha, Impromptu (piano); Duet (clarinet and piano); Piano Suite “Portrait”, undated
21Barber: Songs; Turkish, undated
22Cycles, (Copy), undated
23Cycles, Recording Session, (Master), undated
24Cycles of Moons and Tides; Weber: Suite for Percussion, Back Up of Edits, 1995
25Five Psalms, Karl Dent, Tenor, Will Streider, Trumpet, 1998
26Galilean Galaxies, (Copy), undated
27Les Hommes vides, Editing, May 1995
28Les Hommes vides, Safety Copy, undated
29Opus One, Final Master, Rhapsody, undated
30Passages II, Trombone and Percussion, Production Master, undated
31Postcards, Recording Session, Master Takes, 170 Takes, undated
32Postcards to John, John Scott Ford, Guitar, Recorded at Texas Tech University, Hemmle Recital Hall, June 20, 1995
33Rhapsody; Atmospheres, Safety Copy, undated
34Sonic Mutation; Rhapsody, Backup #2, May 24, 1994
35Sonic Mutations; Weber: 8 Etudes, Safety Copy undated
36Texas Tech University Composers’ Concert, December 8, 1998
37Trio Italiano, undated
38Trio Italiano, DAT, (Original), undated
39Two Organ Pieces; Postcards, Back Up of Master, undated
40Weber - Percussion, October 22, 1995
41Weber: Suite for Percussion, Session, October 22, 1995
C.D.’s
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11American Women Composers, Fantasia, Max Lifchitz, Piano, 2006
2American Women Composers, Fantasia, Max Lifchitz, Piano, 2006
3Ayre, Live Performance, North/South Chamber Orchestra, New York City, June 10, 2008
4Chamber Music Festival of Saugatuck, Woman’s Club of Saugatuck, Excerpt from Woman’s Club 100th Anniversary Gala, Cellano Rhapsody, July 8, 2004
5ClarinetFest 2000, Gestures, July 15, 2000
6Communique for Voice and Piano, Poetry by Dr. Everett Gillis; Kathryn Barnes-Burroughs, Mezzo soprano, John Hollins, Piano, undated
7Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University School of Music, May 1, 2007
8Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University School of Music, May 1, 2007
9Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University School of Music, Guest Artist: Jeff Martindale, Native American Flute and Shakuhachi, April 19, 2005
10Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University School of Music, Hemmle Recital Hall, April 27, 2004
11Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University School of Music, Hemmle Recital Hall, December 3, 2002
12Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University School of Music, Hemmle Recital Hall, December 3, 2002
13Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University School of Music, Musique for Trombone and Piano, December 9, 2003
14Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University School of Music, Musique for Trombone and Piano, December 9, 2003
15Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University School of Music, Parquet Music, Mimi Noda, Piano, April 24, 2001
16Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University School of Music, Sonata for Guitar, Milen Parashkevov, Guitar, April 27, 2004
17Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University School of Music, Sonatine for Clarinet and Piano, Sonia Capuzzo, Clarinet, Regina Shea, Piano, December 4, 2001
18Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University School of Music, Sonnet for Organ, Sigurd Øgaard, Organ, May 1, 2007
19Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University School of Music, Trio Devienne for Flute, Bassoon and Piano, May 2, 2006
20Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University School of Music, Variations on Jerusalem the Golden, Sigurd Øgaard, Organ, (8 copies), April 21, 2008
21Compositions for Carillon by Dr. Mary Jeanne van Appledorn; Caprice, Performed by C. Roy Wilson (August 3, 2003); Potpourri for Carillon, Performed by Wes Gomer (July 27, 2003); Suite for Carillon (inscribed to Jud Maynard), Performed by Arla Jo Anderton (July 20, 2003); Celestial Clockwork, Performed by Ann Adcock, August 10, 2003
22Compositions for Carillon by Dr. Mary Jeanne van Appledorn; Caprice, Performed by C. Roy Wilson (August 3, 2003); Potpourri for Carillon, Performed by Wes Gomer (July 27, 2003); Suite for Carillon (inscribed to Jud Maynard), Performed by Arla Jo Anderton (July 20, 2003); Celestial Clockwork, Performed by Ann Adcock, August 10, 2003
23Contemporary American Composers, Sonic Mutation (1986), Gail Barber, Harp, 2003
24Contemporary Romantics, A Liszt Fantasie, Max Lifchitz, Piano, 1992
25Contrasts, Matrices for Alto Saxophone and Piano, Harvey Pittel, Saxophone, Craig Williams, Piano, 2006
26Cycles of Moons and Tides for Wind Ensemble; Meliora Symphony for Winds and Percussion, undated
27Danish/American Composers, Contrasts for Piano, Kristian Rasmussen, Pianist, 1996
28Danish/American Composers, Contrasts for Piano, Kristian Rasmussen, Pianist, 1996
29Drama in Music from 1800-2000 Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra, Hungarian Symphony Orchestra, Zoltan Molnar, Trumpet, 2000
30Elan: Vocal and Instrumental Music by Composers from Mexico and the US, Passages, Don Lucas, Trombone, Max Lifchitz, Piano; Passages II, Don Lucas, Trombone, Alan D. Shinn, Percussion, 1999
31Evangelia Mitsopoulou Piano Recital, A Liszt Fantasy (1984), Concert Hall at the University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece, April 7, 2003
32Excursions, Ayre for Strings, 1992
33Exultant Voices, Gestures for Clarinet Quartet; Five Psalms; Galilean Galaxies, 2000
34Faculty Composers’ Concert, Miniatures, Texas Tech University School of Music, Hemmle Recital Hall, November 27, 2001
35Faculty Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University School of Music, Hemmle Recital Hall, November 27, 2001
36Faculty Recital, Communiqué, Catherine Nix, Soprano, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, Texas Tech University School of Music, Hemmle Recital Hall, January 23, 1998
37Fantasia, Pre-Master Edit, May 26, 2006
38Fantasia for Piano, Inscribed to Eugenio Zapata, Eugenio Zapata, Piano, June 24, 2004
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21Festive Bells, Carillon, undated
2Five Psalms for Tenor, Trumpet and Piano (1988), Karl Dent, Tenor, Willie Streider, Trumpet, Clinton Barrick, Piano, Recorded in Hemmle Recital Hall, School of Music, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, July 8, 1999
3The Indian Flutes, undated
4James Pellerite Plays Works for Indian Flute, Music of Enchantment, undated
5Judson Maynard, Carillonist, Suite for Carillon (1975), 2003
6Landscapes for Chamber Orchestra: Ayre, Max Lifchitz, conductor, 2008
7Living Music Days – U.S.A., Disc I, December 6-7, 1999
8Living Music Days – U.S.A., Disc II; Reeds Afire, Florin Catina, Clarinet, Marius Neag, Bassoon, December 6-7, 1999
9Living Music Days – U.S.A., Disc III; Trio Italiano, Sebastian Serfimovici, trumpet, Traian Cioc, Horn, Ruslan Solcan, Trombone, December 6-7, 1999
10Lubbock Symphony Orchestra, Meliora Fanfare, Andrews Sill, Music Director, Civic Center Theatre, November 1, 2002
11Mary Jeanne van Appledorn Festival of New Music, Texas Tech University School of Music, Sonic Mutation for Solo Harp; Azaleas for voice, flute and piano; Galilean Galaxies; Missa Brevis; Rhapsody for Violin and Orchestra; Meliora Symphony for winds and percussion, September 18, 2005
12Meliora: Fanfare for Orchestra, Lviv Philharmonic Orchestra, Yuriy Lutsiv, Conductor, 2003
13Meliora: Symphony for Winds and Percussion, 2002
14Meliora: Symphony for Winds and Percussion, 2002
15Meliora: Symphony for Winds and Percussion, 2002
16Mirrors for Flute, Clarinet, and Piano, USNA Band, Catherine LeGrand, Flute, MUC Marcia Diehl, clarinet, Kenneth Grigg, Piano, Chamber Music Recital, World Premiere Performance, May 14, 2005
17Music From Six Continents: 1991 Series, Rising Night After Night, Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra of Bratislava/Bratislava City Chorus, Oliver Dohnanyi, 1991
18Music from Texas Tech University, Opus One, Number One Hundred Forty Seven, Sonatine (1988), Inoue Chamber Ensemble, Edward Gilmore, Clarinet, Kazuko Inoue, Piano; Four Duos, Arthur Follows, Violoncello, Susan Schoenfeld, Viola; Liquid Gold (1982), Ronald Chiles, Piano, Dale Underwood, Alto Saxophone, undated
19Music from Ukraine, Passacaglia and Chorale, Lviv Philharmonic Orchestra, Yuriy Lutsiv, Conductor, 2003
20Music from Ukraine, Passacaglia and Chorale, Lviv Philharmonic Orchestra, Yuriy Lutsiv, Conductor, 2003
21Native American Flute and Shakuhachi, Jeff Martindale, Piano Playing Flute Parts, Piano and Flutes, Shakuhachi Solo for NYC, Native American Flute Drone for NYC, undated
22New American Romantics, Music for Solo Piano, Set of Five, Max Lifchitz, Piano, 1996
23New Music Festival, Festival Recital, Galilean Galaxies, Franziska Nabb, Flute, Jason Edwards, Bassoon, Nathan Buckner, Piano, University of Nebraska at Kearney, March 31, 2003
24New Music for the Northern Plains Flute, Opus One, Number One Hundred Eighty Nine, Music of Enchantment, James Pellerite, Native American Flutist, National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Conducted by David Oberg, undated
25New Music for the Northern Plains Flute, Opus One, Number One Hundred Eighty Nine, Music of Enchantment, James Pellerite, Native American Flutist, National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Conducted by David Oberg, undated
26Opus One, Number One Hundred Seventy, Cycles of Moons and Tides, Texas Tech University Symphonic Band, James Sudduth, Conductor, undated
27Opus One, Number One Hundred Seventy Seven, Rhapsody for Solo Violin and Orchestra, Polish Radio National Symphony Orchestra, Charles Rex, Violin, Joel Eric Suben, Conductor, undated
28Opus One, Number One Hundred Seventy Seven, Rhapsody for Solo Violin and Orchestra, Polish Radio National Symphony Orchestra, Charles Rex, Violin, Joel Eric Suben, Conductor, undated
29Opus One, Number One Hundred Sixty Nine, Atmospheres, Texas Tech Trombone Ensemble, Robert Deahl, Director; Rhapsody, Willie Strieder, Trumpet, Gail Barber, Harp; Sonic Mutation, Gail Barber, Harp, undated
30Passages 3, Trio Montecino, Texas Tech University School of Music, Hemmle Recital Hall, undated
31Pellerite, March 20, 2003
32Postcards: Vocal and Instrumental Music by American Composers, Postcards to John, John Scott Ford, Guitar; Trio Italiano, Will Strieder, Trumpet, Anthony Brittin, Horn, Don Lucas, Bass Trombone, 1997
33Remembrances/Recuerdos: Music by Composers from Cuba and the US, Soundscapes, The North/South Chamber Orchestra, Max Lifchitz, Conductor, 2007
34Salute to Women Composers, Ayre for String Orchestra, Southeastern Ohio Symphony Orchestra, Laura E. Schumann, Conductor, April 22, 2001
35Sinfonietta Orchestra, Rhapsody for Violin and Orchestra, Texas Tech University School of Music, Gary Lewis, Conductor, John Gilbert, Violin, September 11, 2005
36Shirley R. Barasch, Mary Shelley and Her Frankenstein, 2007
37Soliloquy for Native American Flute and Shakuhachi (and Piano), Practice, March 20, 2005
38Songs from the Heart: A Multi-Media Faculty Recital, Communiqué, Kathryn Barnes-Burroughs, Mezzo-soprano, John Hollins, Pianist, Texas Tech University School of Music, Hemmle Recital Hall, January 23, 2005
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31Songs Without Words, Dats, CD (finalized), 2 DATs: Copy of Raw Takes (good takes only); 2 CDs: 1st General? Copy of Computer Edited Version of La La La, Straight Run Through of Entire Recording Session, Original Master, May 4, 2000
2The Sonorous Landscape, Opus One, Number One Hundred Sixty Two, Incantations for Trumpet and Piano; Patterns, undated
3Soundscapes, undated
4Soundscapes, Pre-Master Edit, April 27, 2007
5Soundscapes for Bassoon and Strings, Texas Tech University School of Music, Hemmle Recital Hall, undated
6Soundscapes for Bassoon and Strings, Texas Tech University School of Music, Hemmle Recital Hall, undated
7Strings Attached: Music for Strings and Piano by American Composers, Uptown Blue, Max Lifchitz, Piano, 2005
8Summer Shimmer: Women Composers for Organ, Shabat Shalom, Barbara Harbach, Organ, 1996
9Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Meliora Symphony for Winds and Percussion, Texas Tech University School of Music, September 18, 2005
10Symphony of Celebration, undated
11Texas Tech Carillon, Played by Judson Maynard, Transfer from 10-inch 33 1/3 r.p.m. record (c. 1980) to Digital Disk by Eric Blackwell; Suite for Carillon, February 10, 2004
12Trio Devienne, Track 6, undated
13Trio Montecino, Passages III for Clarinet, Cello, and Piano (2003), David Shea, Clarinet, Pablo Mahave-Veglia, Violincello, Paulina Zamora, Piano, 2004
14Trio Montecino, Passages III for Clarinet, Cello, and Piano (2003), David Shea, Clarinet, Pablo Mahave-Veglia, Violincello, Paulina Zamora, Piano, (unopened), 2004
15The Trumpet Works of Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Dr. Thomas Pfotenhauer, Trumpet (Guest Artist), Susan Wass, Piano, Texas Tech University School of Music, Hemmle Recital Hall, October 12, 2001
16Uptown Blue, Pre-Master Edit, December 17, 2004
17Winds and Voices: Living Artist Recordings, Volume 5, Incantations, Amy Anderson, Oboe, William Westney, Piano; Songs Without Words, Kathy McNeil, Soprano, Linda McNeil, Soprano, Sallie Pummill Pollack, Piano, 2000
18Women Composers for Organ: Music Spanning Five Centuries, Sonnet, Barbara Harbach, Organ, 1993
19Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, Hemmle Recital Hall, Disc 1, Departures for Voice and Chamber Ensemble – Daniel Todd; Tango for Solo Guitar – Rade Amanovic; Trio Devienne for Flute, Bassoon and Piano – Mary Jeanne van Appledorn; The Fair Laurel Tree – Christopher Lord; Rhythmic Layers for Brass Quintet – Scott Strovas, May 2, 2006
20Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, Hemmle Recital Hall, Disc 2, Piano Quartet #3 – James Edmonds; Sur la Nuit for Voice and Chamber Strings – Alex Edgemon, May 2, 2006
21Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, Hemmle Recital Hall, Disc 3, Genesis for Narrator-Baritone and Midi Orchestra – Wallace Turner, May 2, 2006
22Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University School of Music, Hemmle Recital Hall, Disc 1, May 1, 2007
23Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University School of Music, Hemmle Recital Hall, Disc 2, May 1, 2007
24Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University School of Music, Hemmle Recital Hall, December 5, 2007
25Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University School of Music, Hemmle Recital Hall, April 21, 2008
26Unlabeled, Composers’ Concert?, undated
27Unlabeled, Composers’ Concert? (copy), undated
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11Black is the Color of My True Love’s Hair (1953); Two Shakespeare Songs, undated
2Burlesca (1951), First Performance, Lubbock Symphony (1952), Won Mu Phi Epsilon National Composition Contest in 1953, Performed in Salt Lake City, Utah National Convention of Mu Phi Epsilon (1954); This Recording: University of Texas Performance, Gerhardt Wunsch?, Piano, 1955
3Cellano Rhapsody for Cello and Piano, undated
4Communique; Three Schubert Lieder, Marion Chandler Mueller, Soprano, undated
5Communique for Dramatic Soprano and Piano, undated
6Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, undated
7Contest and Concert Solos for the Flute, Frank Bowen, Flute, Byrnell Figler, Pianist, November 1965
8Four American Women, Virginia Eskin, Piano, Set of Five (1976-1978), 1981
9Gems of the Keyboard, Consuelo Colomer, Pianist, A Liszt Fantasie, 1986
10National Intercollegiate Bands Recording, Gary T. Garner, Guest Conductor, Terry G. Milligan, Host Conductor, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Commissioned Composer, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, LUX: Legend of Sankta Lucia, Commissioned by Kappa Kappa Psi, National Honorary Band Fraternity and Tau Beta Sigma, National Honorary Band Sorority, 1981
11Opus One, Number 52, Communique: Judith Klinger, Soprano, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano; Set of Five: Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, January 9, 1979
12Opus One, Number 110, Passacaglia and Chorale (1973), Texas Tech Symphony Orchestra, Phillip Lehrman, Conductor; Concerto for Trumpet and Band (1960) (transcription by Mark Rogers), Robert M. Birch, Trumpet Soloist, Texas Tech University Symphonic Band, James Sudduth, Conductor, Recorded on Location at Texas Tech University, Hemmle Recital Hall, Lubbock, TX, (2 Copies), undated
13Passacaglia; Choreographic Overture, The University of Texas Recording Studio, University of Texas College of Fine Arts, undated
14Patterns for French Horn Quintet; Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, undated
15Piano Concerto, First Movement; Second Movement, Austin Texas Symphony, Alessandro, Conductor, undated
16Piano Concerto, Third Movement, Austin Texas Symphony, Alessandro, Conductor; Patterns for French Horn Quintet, undated
17Songs of Finland, The Sibelius Male Chorus of Chicago, Illinois, Ralph Harju, Director, undated
18St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota, Arthur M. Campbell, Applying for Belgium, Three Pieces for Piano; Song of Songs, undated
19Texas Tech Carillon, Played by Judson Maynard, Suite for Carillon (dedicated to the performer), First Prize Composition, International Carillon Competition, Dijon, France, 1980
20Texas Tech Symphony Orchestra, Paul Ellsworth, Director, 1965
21Unlabeled, undated
22What Wondrous Love: The Organ and Vocal Artistry of Janet and Paul Harms with the Combined Choirs of the First Presbyterian Church of the Covenant (Erie, Pennsylvania) and the Erie Philharmonic Chorus, Spirit Divine (1986), 1990
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11Azaleas, Rehearsal-Reading, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, undated
2 Burlesca, Gerhardt Wunsche, Piano, University of Texas Brass Ensemble; Two Shakespeare Songs, University of Texas Madrigal Singers, 7 ½ ips, 2 track, undated
3Cacophony, 7 ½ ips, undated
4Cacophony, 7 ½ ips, ½ track, 1980
5Cacophony, Texas Tech University Wind Ensemble, Keith McCarty, Conductor, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, undated
6Cacophony, Texas Tech University Wind Ensemble, Keith McCarty, Conductor, 1/4 track, 7 ½ ips, 1980
7Cantata: Rising Night After Night, 7 ½ ips, ¼ track, undated
8Cantata: Rising Night After Night (1978), Premiere Performance, Symposium of Contemporary Music, Texas Tech University Music Department, Paul Ellsworth, Conductor, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, January 27, 1979
9Cantata: Rising Night After Night (1978), Texas Tech University Choir, Texas Tech University Orchestra, Paul Ellsworth, Conductor, Program VI, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, January 27, 1979
10Cantata: Rising Night After Night (1979), Texas Tech University Choir, Texas Tech University Symphony, Paul Ellsworth, Conductor; Letter from KOHM regarding re-recording of material to 4 track, 7 ½ ips, May 1, 1989
11Cantata: Rising Night After Night, Two Piano Reading, undated
12I. Cantiga, II. Café Jose, III. Cante Hondo, IV. El Vito, V. Final, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, undated
13I. Cantiga, II. Café Jose, III. Cante Hondo, IV. El Vito, V. Final (copy), 4 track, 7 ½ ips, undated
14A Celestial Clockwork, 15 ips, June 23, 1983
15 Cellano Rhapsody, Art Follows, Cello, Jennifer Garrett, Piano, 7 ½ ips, undated
16A Choreographic Overture, 2 track, 7 ½ ips, undated
17A Choreographic Overture, Best Recording, 7 ½ ips, undated
18A Choreographic Overture, Texas Tech Band (May 1, 1978); Patterns, Tuba Power, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, October 11, 1978
19A Choreographic Overture, Texas Tech Band Camp, Band I, W. Francis McBeth, Conductor, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, 1978
20A Choreographic Overture for Band, Performed by the Texas Tech University Concert Band, Robert Mayes, Conductor, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, May 1, 1978
21A Choreographic Overture for Band, Performed by the Texas Tech University Concert Band, Robert Mayes, Conductor, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, May 1, 1978
22Communique, Text by Dr. Everett A. Gillis, Professor, Department of English, TTU, Judith Klinger, Faculty Recital, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, March 15, 1976
23Communique for Soprano and Piano, 7 ½ ips, undated
24Communique for Soprano and Piano, Text by Everett A. Gillis, Texas Poet, 2 track, 7 ½ ips, undated
25Concerto Brevis, Rodney Mason, Piano, Lubbock Symphony Orchestra (November 24, 1985), Two Piano Version, 7 ½ ips, December 8, 1985
26Concerto for Piano, Original, 2 track, 7 ½ ips, undated
27Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Robert De Gaetano, Piano, Lubbock Symphony Orchestra, William A. Harrod, Conductor, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, February 16, 1976
28Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Texas Tech University Symposium of Contemporary Music, Program V, Westminster Presbyterian Church, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, February 22, 1974
29Concerto for Trumpet, Arranged by Mark Rogers, First Movement, Texas Tech Band Camp, Band Two, Jim Sudduth, Conductor, Richard Tolley, Soloist, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, 1978
30 Concerto for Trumpet, Richard Tolley, Trumpet, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, ¼ track, 7 ½ ips, October 27, 1977
31Concerto for Trumpet, Richard Tolley, Trumpet, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, Performance at the American Society of University Composers Region VI Conference, University of Houston, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, November 11-12, 1977
32Concerto for Trumpet, Robert Mayes, Trumpet, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, 26th Annual Symposium of Contemporary Music, Texas Tech University Department of Music, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, January 28, 1977
33Concerto for Trumpet and Band, 7 ½ ips, undated
34Concerto for Trumpet and Band, 7 ½ ips, ¼ track, undated
35Concerto for Trumpet and Band, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, undated
36Concerto for Trumpet and Band, Cincinnati, 7 ½ ips, July 10, 1981
37Concerto for Trumpet and Band, Cincinnati, University of Cincinnati Concert Band, Terry Milligan, Conductor, 7 ½ ips, ½ track, April 10, 1981
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21Concerto for Trumpet and Band, Festival of Texas Composers, Texas Tech University Concert Band, Dean Killion, Conductor, 7 ½ ips, February 24, 1979
2Concerto for Trumpet and Band, John Haury?, Trumpet, UC Concert Band, Dr. Terry Milligan, Director, 7 ½ ips, April 10, 1981
3Concerto for Trumpet and Band, Texas Tech University Symphonic Band, James Sudduth, Conductor, Robert M. Birch, Trumpet, 7 ½ ips, December 4, 1984
4Concerto for Trumpet and Wind Ensemble, 7 ½ speed, undated
5Contrasts for Piano, undated
6 Danza Impresión de España, I. Cantiga, II. Café Jose, III. Cante Hondo, IV. El Vito, V. Final, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, undated
7 Danza Impresión de España, I. Cantiga, II. Café Jose, III. Cante Hondo, IV. El Vito, V. Final, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, undated
8Darest Thou Now, O Soul; Text by Walt Whitman; Commissioned for the International Womens’s Year by Hood College, Frederick, Maryland; Texas Tech Singers, Dr. Judson Maynard, Organ, William Hartwell, Conductor, Texas Tech University 25th Annual Symposium of Contemporary Music, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, January 29, 1976
9Freedom of Youth, undated
10Freedom of Youth, undated
11I Hear America Singing; Communique, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, undated
12Improvisations, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, 1972
13Liquid Gold, Piano Part Only, Both Piano and Saxophone on Piano, 7 ½ ips, undated
14Liquid Gold, Raw Piano Material, undated
15A Liszt Fantasie for Piano, Original, 7 ½ ips, undated
16LUX:, 2 track, 7 ½ ips, undated
17 LUX: Legend of Sankta Lucia, National Intercollegiate Band, Dr. Gary Garner, Conductor, University of Cincinnati College – Conservatory of Music (August 6, 1981); Azaleas, Kyung Wook Shin, Baritone Voice, Michael Stoune, Alto Flute/Flute, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, 7 ½ ips, ½ track, undated
18LUX: Legend of Sankta Lucia, NTSU Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Robert Winslow, Director, Tails Out, 7 ½ ips, February 25, 1982
19 LUX: Legend of Sankta Lucia, Premiere: Cincinnati, Dr. Gary Garner, Conductor, 7 ½ ips, ½ track, August 6, 1981
20 LUX: Legend of Sankta Lucia, Premiere: Cincinnati, Dr. Gary Garner, Conductor, 7 ½ ips, ½ track, August 6, 1981
21LUX: Legend of Sankta Lucia; Matrices; Azaleas; Cacophony, 7 ½ ips, undated
22Matrices; Azaleas, 7 ½ ips, undated
23Matrices, Dale Underwood, Alto Saxophone, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, 19 cms, undated
24Matrices, Dale Underwood, Saxophone, 19 cms, undated
25 Matrices, Don Turner, Saxophone, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, 29th Symposium, 1980
26Matrices for E-flat Alto Saxophone and Piano, Memphis Tape, Underwood/van Appledorn, February 1981
27Matrices for E-flat Alto Saxophone and Piano, Premiere Performance, Don Turner, Saxophone, Michael Medley, Lights, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, 1979
28Missa Brevis, Final Edit (copy) from Digital Masters, Recorded, 7 ½ ips, November 13, 1987
29Passacaglia and Chorale; Trumpet Concerto, undated
30Passacaglia and Chorale, Tech Archive Copy, 1. Opus One Work Master, 2. Edited “Original”, 2 track, 15 ips, October 8, 1984
31Passacaglia and Chorale, Texas Tech Symphony Orchestra, Phillip Lehrman, Conductor, 7 ½ ips, October 3, 1984
32Passacaglia and Chorale for Orchestra, Trial Master, Take 3 and 2, 7 ½ ips, September 19, 1984
33Passacaglia for Orchestra (1973); Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, 1958
34Patterns, Texas Tech University Symposium of Contemporary Music, Program IX, Westminster Presbyterian Church, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, February 15, 1974
35 Pepe II, Composed for Computer, MIT Studio for Experimental Music, ¼ track, 7 ½ ips, 1982
36Piano Concerto, Lubbock Symphony with Robert DeGaetano, Rehearsal 3rd Movement; Performance 3rd Movement, Original, 2 track, 7 ½ ips, February 13, 1977
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31 Program II, Matrices for E-flat Alto Saxophone and Piano (1979), Premiere Performance, Don Turner, Saxophone, Michael Medley, Lights, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, January 24, 1980
2 Rising Night After Night, Reading of Text by Dr. Yairi, undated
3Scenario; Nostalgia; Dance-Epilogue, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Solo Piano, 2 track, 7 ½ ips, undated
4Scenario; Nostalgia; Dance-Epilogue, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Solo Piano, 2 track, 7 ½ ips (copy), undated
5Set of Five, George Robert, Piano, UNM, 7 ½ ips, March 7, 1980
6Sonatine, 2 track, 7 ½ ips, undated
7Sonic Mutation for Harp, 7 ½ ips, undated
8Sonic Mutation for Harp, Gail Barber, Harpist, Personal File Copy, Transcribed from Original of Recording Session, Final Edit, 7 ½ ips, undated
9Sonic Mutation for Harp (1986), Gail Barber, Harp, Published by Arsis Press, Washington, D.C., Recorded CRS #8741, 15 ips, 1987
10Sonnet, Judson Maynard, Albuquerque, I. Edited, II. Straight Thu (No Editings), 2 track, 7 ½ ips, undated
11Sonnet for Organ (1974), Gerre Hancock, Organ; Set of Five (1952), Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano; Concerto for Trumpet (1977); Richard Tolley, Trumpet, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano; Passacaglia and Chorale for Chamber Orchestra (1973); Darest Thou Now, O Soul for Women’s Choir and Organ, Texas Tech Women Singers, W. Hartwell, Conductor, Judson Maynard, Organ, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, 1975
12Sonnet for Organ, Gerre Hancock, Organ, Dedication Recital of the Holtkamp Organ, Texas Tech University Recital Hall, 2 track, 7 ½ ips, February 13, 1977
13Sonnet for Organ, Judson Maynard, Organist, 7 ½ ips, undated
14 Splical Work Tape, 7 ½ ips, undated
15Suite for Carillon, 7 ½ ips, undated
16Suite for Carillon, Carillon Concert, Dr. Judson Maynard, Carilloneur, 7 ½ ips, July 4, 1976
17Suite for Carillon, Dr. Judson Maynard, Carilloneur (tape also includes a piano performance of Suite for Carillon), 4 track, 7 ½ ips, July 4, 1976
18 Suite for Carillon, Premier Prix, 1980 International Carillon Festival Composition Contest, Dijon, France, Performer: Dr. Judson Maynard, ½ track, 7 ½ ips, 1980
19 Symposium of Contemporary Music, Texas Tech University Department of Music, Program IV, Patterns, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, February 15
20 Symposium of Contemporary Music, 27th Annual, Texas Tech University Department of Music, Lesslie Bassett, Guest Composer and Lecturer; Peter Quince at the Clavier, Gail Littleton, Flute, Sally Whitlock, Oboe, David Lewis, French Horn, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, Dr. Moses Turner, Narrator, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, January-February 1978
21 Trumpet Concerto, undated
22Trumpet Concerto, 7 ½ ips, 1983
23Trumpet Concerto, Reading, Robert M. Birch, Trumpet, US Navy Band, Commander Joseph Phillips, Conductor, 7 ½ ips, 1983
24 Two Shakespeare Songs, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, undated
25 Two Shakespeare Songs, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, undated
26West Texas Suite, Harmonica Part, undated
27West Texas Suite, Lubbock All-City Junior High Choir, Accompanied by the Monterey High School Band, Marjore Newton, Piano, Bill Cormack, Conductor, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, November 9, 1976
28 West Texas Suite, Lubbock All-City Junior High Choral Festival, Bill Cormack, Conductor, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, November 1976
29 West Texas Suite, Text by Everett A. Gillis, Performed by the All-City Choir, Lubbock Junior High Schools, Accompanied by Monterey High School Band Members, Marjore Newton, Piano, Bill Cormack, Conductor, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, with Program and List of Music by Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, November 9, 1976
30 Winifred Worsham, Junior Organ Recital, Sonnet for Organ, May 3, 1981
31Work Tape, Liquid Gold, Piano and Saxophone Together, Dale’s Work Tape, undated
32Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University Department of Music, Lubbock, Texas, Hemmle Recital Hall, 7 ½ ips, January 17, 1984
33Composers’ Showcase, Compositions of Students from the Classes of Dr. Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, 2 track, 7 ½ ips, July 10, 1975
34Composers’ Showcase, Electronic Music Arp Synthesizer, May 6, 1975
35 Dissertation Performance in Original Composition; John George Scecina, Candidate for the Ph.D. in Fine Arts (Music), Music Building, Room 2, 7 ½ ips, 4 track, October 22, 1975
36 Expansions (1973); Matador Fanfare (1973); Chorale and Fughetta (1973); Pecos Ruins (1973); The Toll of the Sea (1973); Whimsy; He’s Gone Now; Gertoude? and Heathcleft; Fanfare; Prelude; Piano Concerto; Passacaglia; First Movement Clarinet Sonata, 1973
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41Griffu? Sonate, Lorma?, Bess and Encores, undated
2Jazz Concert Featuring Ed Shaughnessy, Joel Leach Directing, Lubbock Municipal Auditorium, July 17, 1975
3Liturgical Music for Band, Martin Mailman; Christus Resurrexit for Band, Jeff Whitmill; Prophecies, Steve Paxton; From the Leaves of Grass, Martin Mailman, Program VI, University Center Theater, 7 ½ ips, January 26, 1980
4 Lubbock Symphony Orchestra, William A. Harrod, Conductor, Polovetsian Dances, Alexander Borodin, Concerto No. 2 in C Minor for Piano and Orchestra, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Robert De Gaetano, Soloist, 2 track, 7 ½ ips, February 16, 1976
5 Program I, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, January 24, 1980
6 Program III, Texas Tech University Student Composers Concert, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, January 25, 1980
7 Program IV, 13th Annual Comparative Literature Symposium: “The Teller and the Tale: Aspects of the Short Story”, co-sponsored with 29th Annual Symposium of Contemporary Music, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, January 25, 1980
8 Program V, The Hunted (1959), An Opera in One Act, based on the Television Play by Morton Fine and David Friedkin, presented by North Texas State University School of Music Opera Workshop, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, January 26, 1978
9 Senior Composition Recital, Stuart Hinds, May 2, 1978
10 The Shepherds, Dissertation Performance of an Original Composition by Mary Thorington Guerrant, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, March 12, 1976
11 Sonata for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet and Continuo, Gordon Goodwin, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, undated
12 Symposium of Contemporary Music, 21st Annual, with The International Center’s Festival of the Arts of the Americas, Program I, Texas Tech University Music Faculty; Tech Percussion Ensemble, Reel I, 2 track, 7 ½ ips, October 24, 1971
13 Symposium of Contemporary Music, 21st Annual, with The International Center’s Festival of the Arts of the Americas, Program I, Texas Tech University Music Faculty; Tech Percussion Ensemble, Reel II, 2 track, 7 ½ ips, October 24, 1971
14 Symposium of Contemporary Music, 21st Annual, with The International Center’s Festival of the Arts of the Americas, Louis W. Ballard, Guest Composer-Lecturer, Final Concert, Reel I, 2 track, 7 ½ ips, October 28, 1971
15 Symposium of Contemporary Music, Texas Tech University Department of Music, Program I, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, January 24, 1974
16 Symposium of Contemporary Music, Texas Tech University Department of Music, Program II, Concert of Works by Alan Hovhaness, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, January 25, 1974
17 Symposium of Contemporary Music, Texas Tech University Department of Music, Program III, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, January 27, 1974
18 Symposium of Contemporary Music, 26th Annual, Texas Tech University Department of Music, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, January 25-February 2, 1977
19 Symposium of Contemporary Music, 27th Annual, Texas Tech University Department of Music, Lesslie Bassett, Guest Composer and Lecturer, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, January-February 1978
20 Symposium of Contemporary Music, 27th Annual, Texas Tech University Department of Music, Program 8, Texas Tech Jazz Ensemble, Don Turner, Director, 4 track, 7 ½ ips, January 29, 1978
21Texas Tech Choir, Gene Kenney, Conductor; Texas Tech Symphony Orchestra, Howard Hanson, Conductor, 2 track, 7 ½ ips, 1969
22Unlabeled, undated
VHS Tapes
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11American Music Festival, April 26-May 15, 1988
2Composers’ Chamber Concert, Texas Tech University, December 6, 1988
3Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, New Music from Texas Tech, November 12, 1989
4Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, New Music from Texas Tech, April 26, 1990
5Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, April 30, 1991
6Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University; Parquet Music pour Clavecin, Judson Maynord, Harpsichord (with program), November 26, 1991
7Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, May 5, 1992
8Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, December 8, 1992
9Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University (copy), December 8, 1992
10Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University; Parnassus, 15 Etudes for Euphonium – 10. Maestoso, grandioso e molto espressivo, 4. Lento, sostenuto, 3. Presto e marcato, (with program and program notes), May 4, 1993
11Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University; Atmospheres, December 7, 1993
12Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, May 3, 1994
13Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, December 6, 1994
14Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University (master copy), December 6, 1994
15Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, Missa Brevis (with program), April 27, 1995
16Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, December 5, 1995
17Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, Passages for Trombone and Piano (with program), April 30, 1996
18Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, Fall 1996
19Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, Three for Two (with program), November 26, 1996
20Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, Trio Italiano (with program), April 29, 1997
21Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, December 9, 1997
22Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, Music of Enchantment (with program), (copy), December 9, 1997
23Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, Ayre for Strings (with program), April 28, 1998
24Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, December 8, 1998
25Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, May 4, 1999
26Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, December 7, 1999
27Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University; Songs Without Words for Two Coloratura Sopranos and Piano (with program), May 2, 2000
28Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University; Symphony for Percussion Orchestra (with program), December 5, 2000
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21Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University; Sonatine for Clarinet and Piano (with program), December 4, 2001
2Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University; Galilean Galaxies for Flute, Bassoon and Piano (with program and program notes), April 23, 2002
3Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University; Variations on Jerusalem the Golden (with program and program notes), December 3, 2002
4Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University; Shabat Shalom (with program and program notes), April 29, 2003
5Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University; Shabat Shalom (with program and program notes), (copy), April 29, 2003
6Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University; Musique for Trombone and Piano, (with program), December 9, 2003
7Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University; Sonata for Guitar (with program), April 27, 2004
8Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University; Soliloquy for Native American Flute, Shakuhachi and Piano - Jeff Martindale, Guest Artist, Native American Flute and Shakuhachi (with program and notes), April 19, 2005
9Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University; Soliloquy for Native American Flute, Shakuhachi and Piano - Jeff Martindale, Guest Artist, Native American Flute and Shakuhachi (with program), (copy), April 19, 2005
10Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University; Uptown Blue for Piano – Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano (with program), November 29, 2005
11Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University; Trio Devienne for Flute, Bassoon and Piano (with program), May 2, 2006
12Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, Variations on Jerusalem the Golden, Sigurd Øgaard, Organ, (2 copies), April 21, 2008
13Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University (with program notes), undated
14Evangelia Mitsopoulou, Piano Recital, Live Recording, Concert Hall at the University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece, July 4, 2003
15Four Duos, Opus One, Hemmle Recital Hall, Taping of, February 5, 1989
16Freedom of Youth, undated
17Freedom of Youth, TTU Arts and Sciences Commission, 1986
18Interview of Dr. Gene Hemmle with Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, November 2, 1987
19Interview of Dr. Gene Hemmle with Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, November 2, 1987
20Interview of Dr. Gene Hemmle with Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, November 2, 1987
21Interview of Dr. Gene Hemmle with Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, (copy), November 2, 1987
22Joaquin Rodrigo, “Shadows and Light”, Concierto de Aranjuez, A Film Tribute to Rodrigo Pepe Romero, Academy of Saint Martin in the Fields, Neville Mariner, Conductor, undated
23The Piano Teacher’s Video Magazine, Volume I featuring: Laura Spitzer, John Steinmetz, Brenda Dillon, William Westney, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Keyboard Star System, 1995
24Samuel Jones, Composer, Discusses his compositional process with regard to the Palo Duro Canyon, undated
25Set of Seven, New York City Ballet, 40th Anniversary Celebration, Violette Verdy, Choreographer, Virginia Eskin, Piano, May 10-13, 1988
26Set of Seven (1988), New York City Ballet, Violette Verdy, Choreographer, Virginia Eskin (Boston), Pianist, Lincoln Center, NYC (May 10, 13); Tea Rose by George Gershwin, Peter Martino, Choreographer, New York City Ballet, 40th Anniversary, American Music Festival, 1988
27Society of Composers, Incorporated, Region VI Conference, University of Central Oklahoma, February 4-6, 1993
28TMTA Annual Convention, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn Commissioning Program, June 19, 1990
29TV on TV, Heartbeat, Smith/Kneupper, undated
Eight Track Tapes
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230Darest Thou Now, O Soul, Texas Tech Singers, Judson Maynard, Organ, William Hartwell, Conductor; I Hear America Singing, Mary Kelly, Soprano, Trudi Post, Piano; Concerto for Piano and Orchestra; Concerto No. 2 in C minor for Piano and Orchestra – Rachmaninoff, Robert De Gaetano, Piano, Lubbock Symphony Orchestra, 1976
31KTEZ Lubbock, undated
32KTEZ Lubbock, undated
33Sonnet for Organ, Fantasy on “Divinum Mysterium”, Gerre Hancock, Organ (February 13, 1977); Concerto for Trumpet, Robert Mayes, Trumpet, Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Piano, January 28, 1977
34West Texas Suite, Text by Everett A. Gillis, Music by Mary Jeanne van Appledorn, Performed by the All City Choir, Lubbock Junior High Schools, Accompanied by Monterey HS Band Members, Marjore Newton, Piano, Bill Cormack, Conductor, November 9, 1976
MP Video Tapes
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235Composers’ Chamber Music Recital, Texas Tech University, Hemmle Recital Hall, December 6, 1988
36Composers’ Concert, Texas Tech University, November 6, 1990
37New Music from Texas Tech, In Celebration of American Music Week, Missa Brevis, Voice and Piano Version, November 12, 1989



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