|Manchester University Archives and Church of the Brethren Collection
Full listing > Accession MC2011/41
|Topic||Musical Performances at Manchester College: Stinebaugh, Vernon, |
|Keywords||Music, Performance, Pianist, Piano, Strings, Symphony, Vocalists, |
|Title||Musical Performances at Manchester College|
|Location||CD located in Media Cabinet, IIS, Wave Sound file created and placed on Archives' Network [W] in folder titled [Performances_Music_Theater and Musicals|
|Citation||Musical Performances at Manchester College, MC2011/41, Archives and Church of the Brethren Collection, Funderburg Library, Manchester University, North Manchester, Indiana.|
|Access||Researchers are responsible for determining copyright status of archived materials where this is relevant to their intended use of the materials.|
|Scope and Content|
The box of the reel-to-reel tapes has a handwritten label:
Property of V. H. Stinebaugh, Do Not Erase!, String Symph. Concert 1964, Also Janice singing The False Prophet 4/10/66.
The tape opens with a passionate piano solo.
Following the solo is another clip of an orchestra playing music from the "Nutcracker."
The remainder of the recording has not yet been described.
1. One reel-to-reel audio tape (discarded 2016, see archivist's note) after CD and Wave Sound file created.
2. Corresponding CD. Wave Sound file created and placed on Archives' Network [W] in folder titled [Performances_Music_Theater and Musicals].
|Date of Accession||03 February 2011|
|Bio History Note||Vernon Stinebaugh, himself a Manchester alumnus (Class of 1941), taught music and strings at Manchester College from 1946 - 1977. It is thought that the, Janice, referred to in the tape description is Professor Stinebaugh's daughter, Manchester alumna, Janice Stinebaugh Booz, who attended College circa 1969 - 1973.|
Reel-to-reel audio tape transferred to CD by Instructional Technologies Department in December 2010 or January 2011. Reel-to-reel tape discarded by Jeanine Wine October 2016 because the best possible copy had been made and the tape was only in a state of deterioration.
Description prepared 3 February 2011 by Jeanine M. Wine.