Special Collections

The Carolina Bands Collection

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-Descriptive Summary
-Administrative Information
-Scope and Content
-Series Description
-Container List

Container List

Series I: Carolina Bands Materials

Box 1: No Date to 1959

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Map Case Drawer 11 One sign made from a clipping of The State's Carolina Magazine page one, section E of "Gamecock Get-Together." Short article includes large photograph of a five member ensemble called the "Gamecock Orchestra." This ensemble was revived for Homecoming tea and dance and was popular during the 1920's through 1940's. See music library map case for this item. 
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Media

Exact date unknown.

Photographs, newspaper clippings, and other media without a date reference.

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Sheet Music - Krypton Fanfare

Exact date unknown.

Provenance: James K. Copenhaver thought of this tune. He says they first used it in a circle drill at a Kentucky game with smoke machines and the crowd and "students loved it." He speculates it premiered between 1979-1983, although the band archives show no record of Krypton. (Interview and archives search, 10/6/06).

According to band alumni Joyce Shealy, "This would have premiered in 1983 (Ron Lordo was the directing drum major), and it was the opening song in the 'Space Show.'"
Click here to view the drill charts for this show.

Contains copy of manuscript score, four pages. Includes one copy each wind part, and multiple arrangements of percussion parts. This arrangement used until 2006 season. Arrangement by Dick Goodwin/Bridwell.

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Sheet Music - Carolina Moon Fanfare

Exact date unknown.

Provenance: A thematic piece for band, used from about 1980-2006. (From interview 10/6/06 with James K. Copenhaver). Dick Goodwin states, "This fanfare is based roughly on a fragment from the traditional sentimental waltz entitled Carolina Moon."

Contains one manuscript photocopied score, three pages, standard size. One copy each wind and percussion part. Arranged by Dick Goodwin.

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Sheet Music - USC Cheer

Exact date unknown.

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Sheet Music - US Hooray

Exact date unknown.

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Drill Charts

Exact date unknown.

Drill charts and corresponding information without a date reference.

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Sheet Music - Carolina's Day - 1914

Provenance: "Carolina's Day" may be the earliest Gamecock Fight Song. Composer and author Reed Smith was head of the Department of English at USC when the song was (self-) published in 1914. At that time, as the words make clear, the three chief opponents of the Gamecocks were the Clemson Tigers, The Charleston Bulldog, and the "Alligator."

Contains four copies of the original 1914 sheet music from "Carolina's Day," 1914. Words and music by Reed Smith, arranged by P.S. Gilman, piano score with words incorporated.

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Sheet Music - The NC-4 (March) - 1919

Provenance: James Pritchard notes: "Carolina's first 'Fight Song' was taken from the Trio of this March. If there were words I have never seen nor heard them. This fight song [was] played each year by the 'Gamecock Orchestra' when they play[ed] for the annual Tea Dance just prior to the Homecoming football game."

This example reproduces the solo Bb Cornet and 1st Clarinet parts, with the Trio marked. The composer was F.E. Bigelow. Other schools, such as Kansas University in Lawrence, KS, likewise used NC-4 as their fight song.

Contains one solo B-flat cornet part, flip folder sized. Also contains 3 photocopies of flip folder-sized Bb solo cornet and 1st Bb clarinet.

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Sheet Music - Carolina, Hail! - 1925

Contains two copies of the 1925 piano vocal score entitled "Carolina, Hail!" This set also includes the words to the songs of "America" and "Dixie." The catalog record indicates the author as Mrs. Leize F.B. Lockwood, although the introduction makes clear that she is only the arranger of the music.

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Sheet Music - Carolina Football Song - 1927

Provenance: The use (if any) and history of the "Carolina Football Song" remain hazy. Words specific to the Gamecocks (by Sanders R. Guignard '32) were pasted into a copy of "Campus Song (Ursinus College)" from the Intercollegiate Song Book. Alma Mater and Football Songs of the American Colleges, composed and arranged Thornton W. Allen (New York, NY: Intercollegiate Song Book, Inc., 1927).

Folder includes "Campus Song (Ursinus College)," music by Frances Shackelton (photocopy from Intercollegiate Song Book) and two copies of the same with new title ("Carolina Football Song") and new words (by Sanders R. Guignard '32) pasted over.

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Sheet Music - Carolina Fight Song (The Old Fight Song) - 1933

Provenance: The "official" fight song immediately predating "The Fighting Gamecocks Lead the Way" was composed by Columbia native M. Carrêre Salley (d. 1981). In a letter of 16 May 1969 to James Pritchard, Salley describes the origin of the piece, including some wry comments concerning the pecuniary reward for his efforts:

"In about 1933, ODK fraternity sponsored a contest for a fight song for the University of South Carolina. The winner of this contest was to receive $500.00. I entered this contest and my song was declared the winning song. Later the award was reduced to $300.00. I was paid $50.00 and promised the rest as the pledges were collected. I didn't press for the remainder because I felt I was lucky to get fifty and would have entered the contest if there had been no reward offered."

Salley provides a bit more information on the later history of the song in a letter to Coach Paul Dietzel of 10 December 1968:

"['Carolina Let Your Voices Ring'] was first introduced by Dean George Olson, who at that time, was acting bandmaster. It wasn't until Mr. James Pritchard came to us as bandmaster that interest was revived in this slightly used song. Mr. Pritchard, to whom I'm deeply grateful, has tried his best to make this song a success but, as you know, it is not necessarily the song writer who makes the song a 'hit' or successful, but . . . the audience or, in this case, the students. Also I think it would have little chance without the band and director."

Pritchard's account (1999) of the song's use (on jacket of cassette tape "Carolina Songs" in USC Music Library Special Collections) is: "Was first used in 50s arrangement by Zimmerman. Paul Yoder arrangement used '59-'61. Arr. 1962 by Pritchard & melody changed [in] 1963 in mm. 29-32 . . . as used through '69 and currently."

Pritchard elsewhere comments: "This fight song was rearranged by myself and used throughout my 10 years as Director of Bands (Fall 1959 though Spring 1969). It was not used the following year when Ralph Wahl became director. For Homecoming 1980, it was requested and played as a Salute to the Class of '55 during the Homecoming Pregame ceremonies with James Pritchard as guest conductor of the Gamecock Marching Band." This fight song is now known by the title "Old Fight Song."

Contains  manuscript copy of "Carolina Pep Song written for the University of South Carolina" (tune and words, with piano score copied in pencil on other parts of the music paper) by M. Carrêre Salley ("Carolina let your voices ring, To you we sing our praises high"), together with a four-part vocal printed copy and three photocopies of the same, handwritten bass, baritone, and first tenor parts, and two copies of the tune with words.

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Media - 1934

A very early photograph taken at University High School of the University Concert Band. With accompanying receipt and envelope from Toal's Studio, Columbia, SC. This is the second oldest photo of any of the University of South Carolina's Bands. Three copies.

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Sheet Music - The Gamecocks of South Carolina U. - 1940

Provenance: In the 1940s Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians paid tribute to various colleges and universities by featuring a freshly-minted fight song on their weekly radio broadcast, Chesterfield Pleasure Time. This is the version for the South Carolina Gamecocks, with words somewhat more "interesting" than those of many fight songs. James Pritchard noted that this song was played in concert by the USC Symphonic Band in May 1961.

Contains one copy of printed score published by Words and Music Inc. (New York), one photocopy of the same with label-over for new publisher, Shawnee Press, Inc. (Delaware Water Gap, Pennsylvania), and a photocopy of a note by James Pritchard mentioning some historical details concerning his song.

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Correspondence - 1940/41

Letters to and from Hugh Williamson and Reed Smith concerning publication of a USC songbook, and (1941) letters to and from Williamson and Elinor Taylor Engelmann (University of Chicago) concerning the inclusion of the most popular USC song in The University of Chicago Songbook. Also a letter from Smith to Williamson concerning a ballad concert (1940), and an anonymous letter from Royal Oak, Michigan (1942) offering two tunes to which the author has written the last two stanzas, for any club, military, etc. use desired (tunes no longer with the letter).

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Correspondence - 1942

One letter (June 14, 1942) from Harold Langtry of Hagood, S. C. to Mr. Hugh Williamson, Director of the men's Glee Club at USC. The letter includes newspaper clippings of two poems: "Beyond the Congaree" and "In South Carolina." Langtry suggests these poems would make wonderful songs for the Glee Club to perform.

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Media - 1950

One black and white photograph of the USC concert band.

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Drill Charts - 1959

Various drill charts from the 1959 football season.

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Media - 1959

Mostly photographs of various sizes. A few newspaper and press clippings are included.

    Two 4"x5" black and white photos of Drum Major Donald Clary.
    One 3.5"x2.5" black and white photo of Band Director James D. Pritchard, Sr.
    Three 8"x10" black and white photos of the Baton Twirling Corps, later known as the "Coquettes."
    Eight 8"x10" black and white photos of the Carolina Marching Band rehearsing and in performance during "Band Day."
    Four black and white photos of the feature twirlers.
    Two 8"x10" black and white photos of the Carolina Concert Band.
    1959 Band Day Panorama: One 16.5" x 6" panoramic photograph of the Carolina Stadium and Band Day participants at half-time.
    Photograph of Lyndon B. Johnson shaking hands with James Pritchard, with several Carolina Bandsmen in the background. : One 8" x 10" black and white photograph.
    Photograph of the University Band performing an outdoor concert: One 8" x 10" black and white photograph.
    "Pritchard New Band Director": One article with photograph from "The Gamecock" student newspaper.
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Correspondence - 1959

One letter (August 14, 1959) from James Pritchard sent to students to recruit for the Carolina Band.

One letter (October 6, 1959) from James Pritchard to the managing editor of "The Gamecock" to announce the winning name in the "Name the Majorette Corps Contest."

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Programs & Scripts - 1959

Includes USC football programs, voice over scripts, and other items.

    Information about USC Pre-Game Show for Radio and Press: USC vs. Duke, September 19, 1959
    Information about USC Pre-Game Show and Halftime for Radio and Press: USC vs. Furman, September 26, 1959
    Information about USC Pre-Game Show and Halftime for Radio and Press: USC vs. Georgia, October 3, 1959
    Information about USC Pre-Game Show for Radio and Press: USC. vs. UNC, October 10, 1959
    Information about USC Pre-Game Show and Halftime for Radio and Press: USC vs. NC State, November 21, 1959 (Band Day and Boy Scout Day)
    Information about USC Halftime for Radio and Press: USC vs. Wake Forest, November 28, 1959
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Box 2: 1960 to 1961

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Drill Charts - 1960

Includes various drill from the 1960 season, including:

USC vs. Duke, September 24, 1960
Mimeographed notes along with roughly sketched drill in colored pencil. Show selections include "Carolina Fight Song," and "Blue and White."

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Media- 1960

    Portrait of feature twirler, Robin Gaylord of Inman, SC. Black and white photo by Jim B. Simons.
    Six 8"x10" black and white photographs of the Carolina Coquettes.
    Seven 8"x10" black and white photographs of students marching on to the field for the halftime production on Band Day.
    Two 8"x10" black and white photographs of the Carolina Band on the field in performance. Photos by Seth Harrison.
    Three 8"x10" black and white photographs of a banquet. Photos by Seth Harrison.
    Eight 8"x10" black and white photographs of the "South Carolina Band Camp," including a portrait of Charles Minelli.
    One 8"x10" black and white photograph of an outdoor concert given by the Carolina Band.
    One 8"x10" black and white photograph of Director James Pritchard greeting the University of North Carolina band and directors.
    One 8"x10" black and white photograph of Director James Pritchard.
    One 8"x10" black and white photograph of Drum Major Don Clary.
    One 8"x10" black and white photograph of the University Band.
    One 5"x7" black and white photograph of the Carolina Band in a diamond shaped formation.
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Notes and Correspondence- 1960

Contains many letters, carbon copies, and telegrams, including:

    One memo (October 7, 1960) from James Pritchard to students in the Carolina Band about a performance at the State Capitol Steps for President John F. Kennedy.
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Programs & Scripts - 1960

    1960 Georgia vs. South Carolina Football Program
    Information about Pre-Game Show for Radio, Television and Press use, September 24, 1960
    Marching Gamecocks Band, Information for Radio, Television and Press Use, October 1, 1960
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Sheet Music - Fight, Fight for Victory - 1961

Includes one condensed conductor's score of "The Game" by Gordon Jenkins. One photocopied version with USC-appropriate words written in. Another photocopied version (not SATB), again with USC-appropriate wording.
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Drill Charts - 1961

USC vs. Clemson, November 11, 1961
Contains  13 pages of pencil-sketched drill on paper along with some mimeographed sheets. Show includes selections from "Fanfare (Fight Song)," "Fanfare (flag raising ceremony)," "Daughters of American Revolution," "Carolina Fight Song," "Star Spangled Banner," and "You're a Grand Old Flag."
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Media - 1961

    Twenty 8"x10" black and white photographs of the Carolina Band in various formations on the field.
    One photograph most likely taken from a helicopter or airplane of Carolina Stadium (now Williams Brice Stadium), showing the Band Day participants spelling the word "DIXIE" on the football field. One 8" x 10" black and white photograph.
    Six 8"x10" black and white photographs and one 5"x7" black and white photo relating to the "South Carolina Band Camp."
    One 8"x10" black and white photograph of the University Band.
    One 5"x7" color photograph of feature twirler, Judy Penland, in a patriotic costume while on the field with the Carolina Band.
    One 8"x14" black and white pseudo-panoramic photo of band members in formation on the field.
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Media - 1961

    Twenty 8"x10" black and white photographs of the Carolina Band in various field formations.
    Two 8"x10" black and white photographs of the University Band.
    Ten 8"x10" black and white photographs relating to the "South Carolina Band Camp" and Baton Twirler's Institute.
    Four contact sheets. Three are black and white, one is color.
    Two 6"x8" black and white photographs. One of Judy Penland and Don Clary on the field; the other is of ROTC members raising the flag.
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Media - 1961

Various newspaper clippings, including:
    "Musicians Hold Annual Band Camp": Clipping from "The State" Newspaper. Article with picture about the Carolina Band Camp. Includes information on guest conductor James W. Dunlop and guest clinician Robert Lowry.
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Programs & Scripts - 1961

    USC vs. LSU, "USC Dad's Day" Football Program, October 14, 1961
    Marching Gamecocks Band, Information for Radio, Television and Press Use, October 14, 1961
    One program from the July 14, 1961 concert of the "South Carolina Band Camp."
    One program from the May 3, 1961 concert of the University Band.
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Correspondence & Notes - 1961

Includes letters to Mr. Pritchard and information to band directors for Band Day.
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Box 3: 1962 to 1964

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Drill Charts - 1962

USC vs. Georgia, October 6, 1962
Contains 12 pages. Some are mimeographed instructions, while others are roughly sketched drill in colored pencil. Show includes selections from "Fanfare No. 2," "March No. 1," "Carolina Fight Song," "March Grandioso," and the National Anthem.
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Programs & Scripts - 1962

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Media - 1962

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Correspondence & Notes - 1962

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Sheet Music - Shake a Tailfeather - 1962

Piece was most likely not used by the Carolina Bands this early. Placed in 1962 due to copyright date on the sheet music.

Eight page score. Two flip folder size copies of each wind and percussion part. Composed by Rice, Hayes, Williams. Arranged by Tom Wallace, percussion by Tony McCutchen.

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Media - 1963

    Photograph of the participants of the Baton Twirling Institute at USC.
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Programs & Scripts - 1963

    Marching Gamecocks Band, Information for Radio, Television and Press Use, September 28, 1963.
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Correspondence & Notes - 1963

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Drill Charts- 1963

Various Drill Formations
Contains six pages of roughly sketched drill in pencil and colored pencil. Show includes selections from "Illinois March," and "NC-4 March."
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Programs & Scripts - 1964

    South Carolina vs. The Citadel, Official Program, November 7, 1964
    Marching Gamecocks Band, Information for Radio, Television and Press Use, November 7, 1964
    Marching Gamecocks Band, Information for Radio, Television and Press Use, October 1, 1964
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Drill Charts - 1964

Pre-Game Formations
Contains 21 pages of roughly sketched drill in pencil and colored pencil. Show includes selections from "Carolina in the Morning," "Blue and White," "Carolina Fight Song," "This Game," "Alma Mater," and "Fight for Victory."
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Media - 1964

    One 8" x 10" black and white photograph of the 1964 Symphonic Band
    "Musicians Hold Annual Band Camp": Clipping from "Sumter Daily Item" Newspaper. Photo of James Pritchard with President Lyndon B. Johnson, with caption
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Correspondence & Notes - 1964

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Box 4: 1965 to 1966

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Media - 1965

    Photograph of a female and male marching band student, one posing with a bass drum and the other a clarinet. One 8" x 10" black and white photograph.
    "Clemson, USC Bands Prior to Kickoff at Carolina Stadium": Clipping from "The Columbia Record" Newspaper. Photo with caption of USC and the newly renamed Clemson University's bands.
    One undated photograph (most likely from July 16, 1965) of "The Torchbearer."
    One 11"x14" black and white photo of both the Carolina and Clemson Bands. See oversized photo box.
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Correspondence & Notes - 1965

One three page mimeographed letter from Brian G. Gordon (Mathematics Teaching Assistant and Band Assistant) to University President, Dr. Thomas F. Jones, about an incident with a drunken Carolina fan.
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Drill Charts - 1965

Drill Formations
Contains 18 pages of roughly sketched drill. Show includes selections from "Finlandia," and "Alla Marcia.”
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Programs & Scripts - 1965

    University of South Carolina Department of Music presents Sixth Annual South Carolina Music Camp, July 16, 1965. The dedication of "The Torchbearer."
    South Carolina vs. N.C. State official program, November 2, 1965
    Marching Gamecocks Band, Information for Radio, Television and Press Use, November 2, 1965
    USC vs. Wake Forest, "Band Day," November 16, 1965
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Drill Charts - 1966

Halftime Music- Homecoming
Contains Two pages of text directions followed by several pages of roughly sketched drill. Show includes selections from "Happiness Is," "You Gotta Be a Football Hero," "Taste of Honey," "Hey Look Me Over," and "Dr. Zhivago."
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Media - 1966

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Correspondence & Notes - 1966

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Sheet Music - Fight!!! USC! - 1966

Provenance: Marine recruiter, gunnery sergeant, and musician George Tideman, Jr. wrote "Fight!!! U.S.C." while stationed in Columbia, and dedicated the work to the USC Band and to director James Pritchard. The page reproduced for this exhibit includes the dedication, words, and tune. Pritchard noted that "Fight!!! U.S.C." was played during the football seasons of 1966 and 1967, and that it was played in concert by the Symphonic Band in 1967 and 1969. The key in this example has been lowered from the original F major to Db major.

Tideman relates his motivation to write the fight song in a letter (6 Sept. 1966) in the USC Music Library Special Collections: "My desire to devise some new, simulative school song for the USC organizations came from the courteous and kind reception they gave me when they performed my composition "The D.I." The enthusiastic and musically complete rendition of my march gave me tremendous thrills and encouragement...Composed composition "Fight, U.S.C." in one day. Words came in two days. I hope it sells the team spirit of all sports and of the school's full meaning.

Contains: Various copies of melody parts (1st Cornet) for George Tideman, Jr's "Fight U.S.C., Go on to Victory" (1966), along with note of dedication and address information for Mr. Tideman.

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Programs & Scripts - 1966

    One program from May 8, 1966 concert of the University Symphonic band and Concert Choir.
    University of South Carolina Department of Music presents The University Symphonic Band, The University Concert Choir and The Faculty Woodwind Quintet, May 8, 1966.
    S. Carolina, Memphis State, September 24, 1966.
    Marching Gamecocks Band, Information for Radio, Television and Press Use, September 24, 1966.
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Box 5: 1967 to 1968

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Sheet Music - Frei Weg! - 1967

Provenance: USC bands envelope of music given by James K. Copenhaver from "Pritchard's Drawer" in his office, May 2006. USC Bands Catalog Number O-777 [O was marching band, C for concert band]. Used from 1967-1969. James Pritchard was responsible for introducing C. Latann's German march Frei Weg! (Foward March) as a USC fight song. Pritchard may first have heard the march on the EMI LP (T10481), Best of the German Marches, yet it was only after some considerable effort that he was able to track down a copy of the music, which he rearranged for the USC Band. Words were provided by John C. Gilbert, but a note by Pritchard suggests that the words were never employed: "Was used (without words) by band only during football season '67 & '68 and played by the Symphonic Band in concert during Spring '68 and Spring '69." USC Music Library Special Collections houses a handwritten copy of Pritchard's instrumental arrangement, with no words entered. In part, the Gilbert text reads: "Carolina on to victory,/Beat the rest, Beat the best/Wherever they may be./Carolina on to victory,/Beat the rest, Beat the best,/Gamecock(s?) Fight, FIGHT! Here's to the team... where ever they fight: Ye Champion Men of Caroline...Carry the torch...to Victory Height/Ye men who have courage that will win./Carry the torch...to Victory Height/Ye Champion Men of Caroline...Fight, team, Fight, Win, team, Win. Carolina, Victory...Hurrah!" The Bb trumpet and 1st trombone (Posaune) parts reproduced here from the original German arrangement include the complete tune between them.

Contains flip-folder sized booklets of 8 songs, Frei Weg is number 6. Includes 53 Booklets. "Marschsammlung fur Blasmusik, 1. Heft. Ed. Bote & G. Bock copyright 1951, hers. Hans Felix Husadel." Also includes 1 bassoon I and 1 trompete in B parts with no cover or incomplete. Also consists of heavily worn flip folder size copies of only "Frei Weg!," numbered 1-118, with student markings. It also contains the original German parts. Includes four horn parts, manuscript. Also includes one misfiled copy of the NC-4 march, solo cornet part, USC Bands Catalog Number O-960.

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Sheet Music - Fighting Gamecock Song - 1967

Provenance: E.B. Buzz Purcell, a Lexington attorney, wrote "The Fighting Gamecock Song" (words: "South Carolina, Let's ring the bell..."). The song was published in 1967 in a piano arrangement by Darrell E. Richardson, which is the version reproduced here. USC Band Director James Pritchard introduced the song in 1967 (Marching Band) and featured it in concerts by the Symphonic Band in '68 and '69.

Contains  "The Fighting Gamecock Song," words and music by Buzz Purcell (piano arr. by D.E. Richardson); Two copies of 1967 Whippoorwill Music edition (Lexington, SC).

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Sheet Music - Fight!!! USC! - 1967

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Media - 1967

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Drill Charts - 1967

Maryland- Pregame
Contains four pages of roughly sketched pre-game drill, plus notes. Show includes selections from "Strike up the Band," "Maryland Victory March," and "Dixie."
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Programs & Scripts - 1967

    USC/UNC Official Program, "Band Day," September 23, 1967
    Marching Gamecocks Band, Information for Radio, Television and Press Use
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Correspondence & Notes - 1967

    Frei Weg!:
    One original plus one photocopied envelope that "Frei Weg!" was sent in from Heeresmusikkorps at the Hanover Airport. Two copies "Carolina Victory March"- the words to "Frei Weg!" One cover plus one copy of Bote & Bock "Marschsammlung fur Blasmusik" showing German handwritten notes where USC ordered from publisher and returned rush air mail. One typed (plus one photocopy) of a letter from Pritchard to Mr. Bice at Boosey and Hawkes for initial request of "Frei Weg!" (July 5, 1967). One typed (plus one photocopy) of a letter from John Bice of Boosey and Hawkes to Pritchard saying Boosey & Hawkes has no info on "Frei Weg!" (July 10, 1967). One letter (plus one photocopy) from Pritchard to Bice asking him to please contact the German office of Boosey and Hawkes (July 13, 1967). One Boosey and Hawkes inter-office memo (plus one photocopy) from John Bice (July 15, 1967) asking to contact Boosey and Hawkes in Bonn, Germany. Handwritten note (8/14/67) asking for more info-Germany has no info on that composer. Two copies of "Best of German Marches" showing which band recently played "Frei Weg!" This was sent to Bonn to confirm the piece existed. One letter (plus one photocopy) from Pritchard to Bice with extra info to give to Germany to find this piece. Handwritten phone number at top: "Call 8/24/67 requested Mr. Bice to cable Germany and proceed with haste." (8/8/67) One letter (plus one photocopy) from Herzberg to USC Prof. Bub in German (translation on note). One letter (plus one photocopy) from Pritchard to Bice about receiving this piece and publisher info (9/6/67).
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Sheet Music - Step to the Rear - 1968

Provenance: "The Fighting Gamecocks Lead the Way" (to the melody of "Step to the Rear" from How Now Dow Jones (1967) by Elmer Bernstein (music) and Carolyn Leigh (lyrics). Former USC Band Director James Pritchard (retired 1985) introduced this, the present Gamecock Fight Song, in 1968. In a copy of a handwritten note in USC Music Library Special Collections, Pritchard describes the origins of the piece:

"Step to the Rear, and let a winner lead the way"

"A band arrangement of the above song was published in 1968, although the Broadway Musical How Now, Dow Jones [from which the song came; music by Elmer Bernstein] was copyrighted in 1967. When I first heard the music with original words, I knew that this was a 'must' for the Marching Band for the 1968 football season. We began using the music at first game that season, although many people did not know the music. During the season I was requested to meet with Coach Paul Dietzel, and he presented the idea of using this as 'the' USC fight song instead of the Salley 'Fight Song.' He wrote the words himself, but requested that this be kept confidential because he hoped that the song would be accepted by the students and athletes for all sports at Carolina. He felt that if it was known that he had written the words, there might be some objection to its use for basketball. Paul had written words for [the] fight song at L.S.U. to 'Hey, Look Me Over,' and it is still used there. The [Gamecock Fight] song was officially introduced on Nov. 16, 1968 [,] played by the Massed Bands for the 10th Annual Band Day--during pre-game ceremonies--under the direction of James Pritchard. Since Fall of 1969 it has been the fight song used at USC."

Contains two copies (condensed score) of a published arrangement for band by John Warrington (Edwin H. Morris & Co., Inc., 1968); one copy of a band arrangement (Permission authorized for the University of South Carolina) by James D. Pritchard (photocopy of condensed score in manuscript) with the fight song words (Hey ! Let's give a Cheer, Carolina is here . . .) by head football coach Paul Dietzel; four copies of the tune (in Pritchard's arrangement) with words, in the same copy inserted into the program of 16 Nov. 1968 (10th Annual Carolina Band Day); four pages from the 16 Nov. program, three of them copies of the Fight Song plus pre-game ceremonies, the fourth a page from the same program with description of the half-time program; one typescript of the 28 Sept. 1968 band program (USC vs. UNC); one typescript of the 5 Oct. 1968 program (USC vs. Georgia); one typescript of the 26 Oct. 1968 program (USC vs. FSU); one typescript of the 16 Nov. 1968 Band Day program; one photocopy of James Pritchard's comments on "Step to the Rear."

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Sheet Music - We Hail Thee, Carolina - 1968

Contains one three page manuscript photocopied instrumental score, non-standard size. Includes four copies of large sized SATB score, and three of the same with an introduction marked. Includes the manuscript of an alternate vocal arrangement from which the current version was based. Includes two flip folder sized SATB vocal scores and one flip folder size copy of each wind part. With one universal percussion part. One copy of an alternate setting of the same text by D. E. Richardson, '32 (8/12/68); two copies of "Carolina, Hail!" (1925), words by Yates Snowden to a version of the tune "Santa Lucia." 
See also "Carolina Coranata" Call number 1825.

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Sheet Music - Carolina Coranata - 1968

Included in the "Collegiate Song Book," published by M.M. Cole Publishing Co., Chicago.
See also, "We Hail Thee, Carolina," and Sheet Music 1825.

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Media - 1968

    Photograph of the Symphonic Band in performance at "The Liberty Tree" Amphitheater, Sesquicentennial Park, Columbia, SC.
    Carolina vs. VA Tech: Clipping from a football program. Cover of football program shows the Coquettes, with other Carolina Bandsmen in the background.
    "Band: Biggest, But Is It Best?": Clipping from "The Technician" student newspaper of NC State University. Article details halftime programs of both bands. Concerning the Marching Gamecocks: "Although the Wolfpack fried the Gamecocks, the Gamecock Marching Band all but put the N.C. State Band to shame….The Gamecock Band performed a fast-moving and interesting halftime show...Forming a gigantic trombone, the Gamecock Band played '76 Trombones' as the slide of the trombone moved in and out...."
5/75

Correspondence & Notes - 1968

5/76

Programs & Scripts - 1968

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Box 6: 1969 to 1977

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6/77

Sheet Music - Zarathustra - 1969


Provenance: James K. Copenhaver (Director of bands, 1972-Current) said that Tommy Suggs (of USC athletics) suggested this tune because 2001 was the bicentennial of USC. However, LP 18531 "University of South Carolina Bands 1969-1970" lists "fanfare from THUS SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA" as the first track on side one. This suggests that this tune was used prior to Copenhaver's appointment.

Contains basic wind parts with extended percussion parts (timpani, mallets, etc.). No score.

6/78

Programs & Scripts - 1969

6/79

Correspondence & Notes - 1969

    Old (Carolina) Fight Song:
    In a letter of 16 May 1969 to James Pritchard, Salley describes the origin of the piece, including some wry comments concerning the pecuniary reward for his efforts: "In about 1933, ODK fraternity sponsored a contest for a fight song for the University of South Carolina. The winner of this contest was to receive $500.00. I entered this contest and my song was declared the winning song. Later the award was reduced to $300.00. I was paid $50.00 and promised the rest as the pledges were collected. I didn't press for the remainder because I felt I was lucky to get fifty and would have entered the contest if there had been no reward offered." Salley provides a bit more information on the later history of the song in a letter to Coach Paul Dietzel of 10 December 1968: "['Carolina Let Your Voices Ring'] was first introduced by Dean George Olson, who at that time, was acting bandmaster. It wasn't until Mr. James Pritchard came to us as bandmaster that interest was revived in this slightly used song. Mr. Pritchard, to whom I'm deeply grateful, has tried his best to make this song a success but, as you know, it is not necessarily the song writer who makes the song a 'hit' or successful, but . . . the audience or, in this case, the students. Also I think it would have little chance without the band and director." One letter from Salley to Pritchard, one letter from Salley to Dietzel, and one note from Pritchard about the use of this fight song.
6/80

Media - 1969

Oversized

Media - 1970

    One 11"x14" black and white photo of the Carolina Marching Band donated by band alumna Patsy Prunty George. See oversized photo box.
6/81

Correspondence & Notes - 1970

6/82

Media - 1970

6/83

Programs & Scripts - 1971

    One concert program from February 7, 1971
6/84

Correspondence & Notes - 1971

6/85

Programs & Scripts - 1972

6/86

Programs & Scripts - 1975

    Carolina/Wake Forest, November 15, 1975
6/87

Media - 1976

6/88-89

Drill Charts - 1976

USC vs. Duke
Contains complete set of drill (over 25 pages). Show includes selections from "Theme from S.W.A.T.," "Autumn Leaves," "Fiddler on the Roof," and “Elton John Medley."
6/90

Correspondence & Notes - 1976

6/91-92

Programs & Scripts - 1976

    South Carolina/N.C. State Game Script, October 30, 1976
    South Carolina/N.C. State Official Football Program, October 30, 1976
6/93-94

Programs & Scripts - 1977

    Carolina/Clemson Official Football Program, November 19, 1977
    University of South Carolina '77 Marching Gamecocks
6/95

Media - 1977

6/96

Sheet Music - USA Medley - 1977

6/97

Correspondence & Notes - 1977

3/98-100

Drill Charts - 1977

USC vs. Wake Forest and Clemson
Contains complete set of drill (with written instructions), totaling over 30 pages. Show includes selections from "Artistry," "C and W Medley," "Behind Closed Doors," "What I Did for Love," and "Big Band Medley."
USC vs. Miami of Ohio
Contains complete set of drill (over 30 pages). Show includes selections from "South Rampart Street," "Bill Bailey," "Bye Bye Blues," "Hungarian Dance," and “Feelings."
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Box 7: 1978

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6/101

Band Uniforms - 1978

7/102

Media - 1978

    "USC Band to Unveil New Uniforms Saturday": Clipping from "The State" Newspaper. Article about the Marching Gamecocks and their new uniforms. Also includes photo of sax soloist Frank Thornton.
7/103

Correspondence & Notes - 1978

7/104-106

Programs & Scripts - 1978

    South Carolina/Georgia Game Script, September 30, 1978
    South Carolina/Georgia, September 30, 1978
7/107-109

Drill Charts - 1978

Show #2 USC vs. Kentucky
Contains complete set of drill (over 40 pages). Show includes selections from "My Favorite Things," "Grady," (featuring soloist Dick Goodwin) "Feels So Good," and "Fight Song."
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Box 8: 1979

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8/110

Media - 1979

    "Sandlapper: The Magazine of South Carolina": Cover of "Sandlapper: The Magazine of South Carolina." Caption (page 2): "The color of football is the only rival in splendor to face the fall leaves. University of South Carolina junior theatre major Candi Blades, a Carolina Coquette, Pocomoke City, MD, radiates the excitement of every football fan."
    "USC Band to make first album in four years": Clipping from "The Gamecock" Newspaper. Article details plans for upcoming album make by the Marching Gamecocks.
8/111-113

Drill Charts - 1979

Pre-Game
Contains complete set of drill (43 total pages, including special instructions for flag corps and coquettes) on legal size paper. Show includes selections from "Strike up the Band," "Carolina," "Fight Song," and "America."
USC vs. UNC and W. Michigan Show
Contains complete set of drill (41 total pages). Show includes selections from "Show Biz Medley," and "Rhythm/Rainbow."
8/114-115

Programs & Scripts - 1979

    Carolina Band: 31 page Carolina Band program that includes synopses from every performance of the season, along with staff and student information.
    South Carolina/North Carolina State, November 3, 1979.
8/116

Correspondence & Notes - 1979

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Box 9: 1980 to 1981

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9/117

Miscellaneous - 198-

Includes items from the 1980s where the specific year cannot be identified.

9/118

Sheet Music - 1980

    Go Carolina

    Provenance: Premiered at the 1980 Gator Bowl when the school was looking for another fight song to use. (From interview 10/6/06 with James K. Copenhaver-confirmed by USC band archives). Also appears on 1980 "University of South Carolina marching band-Carolina Band" LP 5262 c.2. Dick Goodwin states, "Go Carolina is my original composition meant to be used independently or with a cheer."

    Contains one manuscript photocopied score, two pages, non-standard size. One copy each wind part, one percussion score. Dick Goodwin autographs "8/79." This piece is still in use by Carolina Bands.

9/119-120

Drill Charts - 1980

USC vs. Pacific and Wichita State
Contains complete set of drill (35 total pages). Show includes selections from "People," "My Man," "Second Hand Rose," "Stoney End," "The Way We Were," and "Fight Song."
9/121

Correspondence & Notes - 1980

9/122

Media - 1980

"Rowdy drummers boost spirits": Clipping from "The Carolina Reporter" Newspaper. Article with three captioned photos.
9/123-125

Programs & Scripts - 1980

    Carolina/Pacific Official Football Program, September 6, 1980
    South Carolina/Pacific Game Script, September 6, 1980
    Carolina Gamecock Football '80
9/126

Drill Charts - 1981

USC vs. Pittsburg and Virginia
Contains complete set of drill (27 pages, with 3 handwritten drill pages). Show includes selections from "Come in from the Rain," "Don't Rain on My Parade," "Here's that Rainy Day," and "Fight Song."
9/127

Correspondence & Notes - 1981

9/128-129

Programs & Scripts - 1981

    Carolina/Virginia Official Football Program, September 17, 1981
    Carolina Band: 42 page band program, complete with synopses from each show and student and staff information about the Carolina Band.
9/130

Media - 1981

"Sound Off": Clipping from "The State" Newspaper. Caption: "The giant bells of the sousaphones beat a retreat as band practice breaks up at the University of South Carolina. In their half-time shows, the tuba players march as well-drilled precision unit. They're still a unit when practice is over, but another image prevails--they just turn off the sound and shuffle off the field."
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Box 10: 1982 to 1983

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10/131-132

Drill Charts - 1982

Halftime Production No. 3: Homecoming
Contains complete set of drill with special instructions for the Alumni Band. Show includes selections from "Homecoming Medley," and "USA Medley."
Halftime Production No. 1
Contains complete set of drill (over 30 pages). Show includes selections from "Slaughter," "On Broadway," "Softly," "Fame," and "They're Playing our Song."
10/133

Correspondence & Notes - 1982

10/134-135

Programs & Scripts - 1982

    Carolina/Duke Official Football Program, September 18, 1982.
    Carolina Band: 26 page band program, complete with synopses from each show and student and staff information about the Carolina Band.
10/136

Media - 1982

"It's No Battle of the Bands": Clipping from "The State" Newspaper. Long article accompanies several photographs. Caption: "There is not the rivalry between the USC and Clemson bands that pervades the athletic contests. 'Our bands have professional respect and mutual admiration for each other. Our job is to entertain the crowd,' Copenhaver said."
10/137-138

Drill Charts - 1983

Halftime Production No. 2
Contains complete set of drill (over 30 pages). Show includes selections from "Krypton," "Magic Flea," "Don't Get Around Much Anymore," "Mood Indigo," "'A' Train," and "Space Closer."
10/139

Correspondence & Notes - 1983

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Box 11: 1983

Folder Contents
11/140-141

Drill Charts - 1983

Halftime Production No. 1
Contains complete set of drill (over 30 pages). Show includes selections from "My Favorite Things," "Swing, Swing, Swing," "Through the Years," and "Fight Song."
11/142-145

Programs & Scripts - 1983

    The Gamecock News: The North Carolina Game: Partial Football Program, September 3, 1983
    Carolina Band: One sheet of halftime musical compositions for the North Carolina State game, along with the script from pre-game and halftime on legal paper. From October 29, 1983
11/146

Media - 1983

    "Name that tune! South Carolina has had many Fight Songs over the Years": Clipping from "Spurs & Feathers" Newspaper. Four photocopies and one original intact newspaper. Article by Don Barton details the history of all the fight songs used by USC.
    One copy of the 5 October 1983 Spurs & Feathers with article by Barton on USC Fight Songs, together with four off prints of the same article.
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Box 12: 1984

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12/147

"Low Brass Cheer" Controversy - 1984

12/148

Drill Charts - 1984

12/149-150

Programs & Scripts - 1984

12/151

Media - 1984

12/152

Correspondence & Notes - 1984

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Box 13: 1985 to 1986

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13/153

Media - 1985

13/154

Drill Charts - 1985

13/155-156

Programs & Scripts - 1985

13/157

Band Uniforms - 1985

13/158

Correspondence & Notes - 1985

13/159

Sheet Music - 1986

    Thus Spake Cocky (Cocky's 2001)

    Provenance: (From arranger Dick Goodwin:) "This is a boogie/rock arrangement that I did on the Zarathustra theme."

    Contains one photocopied manuscript score (autographed "DG © '86 CMP"). One photocopy each of wind and percussion parts in manuscript.

13/160

Programs & Scripts - 1986

13/161

Drill Charts - 1986

13/162

Correspondence & Notes - 1986

13/163

Media - 1986

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Box 14: 1987

Folder Contents
14/164-165

Drill Charts - 1987

14/166-167

Programs & Scripts - 1987

14/168

Correspondence & Notes - 1987

14/169

Media - 1987

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Box 15: 1988

Folder Contents
15/170-171

Drill Charts - 1988

15/172

Programs & Scripts - 1988

15/173

Correspondence & Notes - 1988

15/174

Media - 1988

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Box 16: 1989

Folder Contents
16/175

Drill Charts - 1989

16/176

Correspondence & Notes - 1989

16/177

Programs & Scripts - 1989

16/178

Media - 1989

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Box 17: 1990 to 1991

Folder Contents
17/179

Media - 199-

Media from unknown dates within the 1990s.

17/180

Drill Charts - 1990

17/181

Programs & Scripts - 1990

17/182

Correspondence & Notes - 1990

17/183

Drill Charts - 1991

17/184

Programs & Scripts - 1991

17/185

Band Uniforms - 1991

17/186

Correspondence & Notes - 1991

17/187

Media - 1991

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Box 18: 1992

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18/188

Sheet Music - 1992

    Silverado
    Includes conductors score with markings and flip folder parts.
    The Devil Went Down to Georgia
    Arranged by Dick Goodwin. Includes reduced conductor's score.
    We Shall Be Free
    By Garth Brooks, arranged by Dick Goodwin. Includes reduced conductor's score.
    Gridiron/Cocks Closer
    Provenance: This first appeared in 1992 for a special pre-game and halftime show honoring 100 years of Carolina football and the first year in the South Eastern Conference (SEC). Dick Goodwin wrote a quick opening and closing fanfare, and the band played one song honoring all the other SEC schools in between. (Interview D.O'Shields 10/5/06).

    Contains two scores, three pages each. One copy each wind and percussion part. One page showing student version (reduced for flip folder size).

18/189

Band Uniforms - 1992

18/190

Programs & Scripts - 1992

18/191

Drill Charts - 1992

18/192

Correspondence & Notes - 1992

18/193

Media - 1992

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Box 19: 1993 to 1994

Folder Contents
19/194

Drill Charts - 1993

19/195

Programs & Scripts - 1993

19/196

Correspondence & Notes - 1993

19/197

Band Uniforms - 1993

19/198

Media - 1993

19/199

Drill Charts - 1994

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Box 20: 1994 to 1995

Folder Contents
20/200

Programs & Scripts - 1994

20/201

Correspondence & Notes - 1994

20/202

Media - 1994

20/203

Sheet Music - 1995

    A Tribute to Brad Scott and the 'Fighting Gamecocks'
    Words and music by Darrell E. Richardson (piano-vocal score, photocopy of manuscript), submitted in 1995. See also: Ten copies of "This is my song to you" by words by Bernard Burk and music by Darrell E. Richardson (Lexington, SC: Whippoorwill Music, 1972), from their musical comedy Bureau "X".
20/204

Media - 1995

20/205

Drill Charts - 1995

20/206

Programs & Scripts - 1995

20/207

Correspondence & Notes - 1995

    A Tribute to Brad Scott and the 'Fighting Gamecocks'
    Contains two letters in regard to this piece from Dr. Darrell E. Richardson to Mr. William Boggs (incorrectly addressed as Director of Bands-handwritten note explains Boggs was cheerleader coordinator) and to Mr. John M. Palms (President of USC). Return letter from President Palms giving thanks for the song. All letters are labeled January, 1995.
20/208

Alumni Band - 1995

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Box 21: 1996 to 1997

Folder Contents
21/209

Alumni Band - 1996

21/210

Drill Charts - 1996

21/211

Programs & Scripts - 1996

21/212

Correspondence & Notes - 1996

21/213

Media - 1996

21/214

Media - 1997

21/215

Low Brass Cheer Controversy - 1997

21/216

Drill Charts - 1997

21/217

Correspondence & Notes - 1997

21/218

Programs & Scripts - 1997

21/219

Alumni Band - 1997

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Box 22: 1998 to 1999

Folder Contents
22/220

Alumni Band - 1998

22/221

Drill Charts - 1998

22/222

Correspondence & Notes - 1998

22/223

Programs & Scripts - 1998

22/224

Drill Charts - 1999

22/225

Correspondence & Notes - 1999

22/226

Band Uniforms - 1999

22/227

Programs & Scripts - 1999

22/228

Media - 1999

22/229

Alumni Band- 1999

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Box 23: 2000 to 2002

Folder Contents
23/230

Alumni Band - 2000

23/231

Drill Charts - 2000

23/232

Correspondence & Notes - 2000

23/233

Programs & Scripts - 2000

23/234

Media - 2000

23/235

Alumni Band - 2001

23/236

Correspondence & Notes - 2000

23/237

Drill Charts - 2001

23/238

Sheet Music - 2001

23/239

Programs & Scripts - 2001

23/240

Media - 2001

23/241

Drill Charts - 2002

23/242

Correspondence & Notes - 2002

23/243

Programs & Scripts - 2002

23/244

Media - 2002

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Box 24: 2003 to 2004

Folder Contents
24/245

Sheet Music - 2003

24/246

Alumni Band - 2003

24/247

Media - 2003

24/248

Drill Charts - 2003

24/249

Programs & Scripts - 2003

24/250

Correspondence & Notes - 2003

24/251

Sheet Music - 2004

24/252

Drill Charts - 2004

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Box 25: 2004 to 2007

Folder Contents
25/253

Alumni Band - 2004

25/254

Correspondence & Notes - 2004

25/255

Media - 2004

25/256

Drill Charts - 2005

25/257

Correspondence & Notes - 2005

25/258

Alumni Band - 2005

25/259

Programs & Scripts - 2005

25/260

Correspondence & Notes - 2006

25/261

Media - 2006

25/262

Drill - 2006

25/263

Band Uniforms - 2006

25/264

Alumni Band - 2006

25/265

Correspondence & Notes - 2007

25/266

Media - 2007

25/267

Alumni Band - 2007

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Box 26: 2008 to 2010

Folder Contents
26/268

Media - 2008

26/269

Alumni Band - 2008

26/270

Correspondence & Notes - 2008

26/271

Media - 2009

26/272

Correspondence & Notes - 2009

26/273

Alumni Band - 2009

26/274

Media - 2010

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Series II: Director's Files- James D. Pritchard

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27/275

Reports

Two faculty record reports from the National Association of Schools of Music on James D. Pritchard, dated August 14, 1968 and January 19, 1979.
27/276

Teaching materials

Created or used by James D. Pritchard, professor emeritus at the University of South Carolina. Items include "Band Musicianship: 1st Studies/Senior Studies," a sheet of major scales and arpeggios,two copies of a saxophone embouchure instructional sheet, five copies of saxophone major scales, and two copies of "Major and Minor Scales in All Keys," with handwritten notes in pencil.
27/277

Documents

"The Musical Needs of the Newberry City Schools" by James Pritchard. Bachelor of Arts thesis from Newberry College.
27/278

Miscellaneous

Various materials relating to the life of James D. Pritchard, professor in the USC School of Music.
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Director's Files: James K. Copenhaver

Folder Contents
27/279

Documents

Promotion file of James K. Copenhaver.
27/280

Autographs

Three autographed scores by Karel Husa, an autographed photo of former football coach Lou Holtz, and others.
27/281-283

Teaching Materials

Marching band class resources.
28/284-290

Teaching Materials

Marching band class resources.
29/291

Adjudication - 1976-77

29/292

Adjudication - 1978-79

29/293

Adjudication - 1980-81

29/294

Adjudication - 1982-83

29/295

Adjudication - 1984-85

29/296

Adjudication - 1986-87

29/297

Adjudication - 1988-89

29/298

Adjudication - 1990-93

29/299

Adjudication - 1994-97

29/300

Adjudication - 1998-2002

29/301

Adjudication - 2003-07

29/302

Adjudication - 2008-10

30/303

Correspondence - 1976-80

30/304

Correspondence - 1981-82

30/305

Correspondence - 1983-84

30/306

Correspondence - 1985-88

30/307

Correspondence - 1989-92

30/308

Correspondence - 1993-97

30/309

Correspondence - 1998-2009

30/310

Programs - 1970

30/311

Programs - 1971

30/312

Programs - 1975

30/313

Programs - 1976

30/314

Programs - 1977

30/315

Programs - 1978

30/316

Programs - 1979

30/317

Programs - 1980

30/318

Programs - 1981

31/319

Programs - 1982

31/320

Programs - 1983

31/321

Programs - 1984

31/322

Programs - 1985

31/323

Programs - 1986

31/324

Programs - 1987

31/325

Programs - 1988

31/326

Programs - 1989

31/327

Programs - 1990

31/328

Programs - 1991

31/329

Programs - 1992

31/330

Programs - 1993

31/331

Programs - 1994

31/332

Programs - 1995

31/333

Programs - 1996

31/334

Programs - 1997

31/335

Programs - 1998

31/336

Programs - 1999

31/337

Programs - 2000

31/338

Programs - 2001

31/339

Programs - 2002

31/340

Programs - 2003

31/341

Programs - 2004

31/342

Programs - 2005

31/343

Programs - 2006

31/344

Programs - 2007

31/345

Programs - 2008

31/346

Programs - 2009

31/347

Programs - 2010

31/348

Ephemera

James K. Copenhaver's name tags as Director of Bands.
31/349

Miscellaneous - Baton Twirling Institute

Brochures, correspondence, and other items relating to the Baton Twirling Institute held by USC in the 1960s.
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Scrapbook

South Carolina Band Directors Association (SCBDA) 2004 Hall of Fame inauguration scrapbook for James K. Copenhaver.
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Series III: Sound Recordings


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