Special Collections

The South Carolina Music Collection

Table of Contents

-Special Collections
-Front Page
-Descriptive Summary
-Administrative Information
-Scope and Content
-Series Description
-Container List

Container List

Series I: Sheet Music

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I/1 "The State Song: Carolina:" SATB (with lyrics) arrangement with provenance of the piece. From USC band library O-495. With copy of manuscript score arranged for USC bands by Charles Carter. Also includes one copy each part of wind and percussion.

The State Song "Carolina," text by Henry Timrod, music by Miss Anne Custis Burgess. Four-part vocal version (photocopy and short article concerning the state song on the same page) with attached photocopy of the USC Bands version (score), arranged by Charles Carter: the latter includes photocopy (stapled) of individual band parts, joined to a photocopy of an article on the state song (same as above) and another photocopy of the four-part vocal version (same as above). The South Caroliniana Library has a copy of the original sheet music for the state song "Carolina".

I/2 "Carolina Evermore: A patriotic song of Carolina:" (1927) 11 SATB/piano scores with lyrics and words by William Edwards Wickliffe, music by Daisey Lee Stuckey. Also: letter to J. D. Pritchard from Florence Lawson offering a copy of the song (no longer enclosed) (21 May '64).
I/3 "Carolina:" one roughly copied manuscript score and one each part wind and percussion (marching band arr.). Also includes program notes. (Patriotic Song of South Carolina from the War Between the States) Text by Mrs. C.A.B, music by A. E. Blackmar, in manuscript piano score. Program notes for "Songs of the Confederacy" (ditto and photocopy) include the text and ascriptions; photocopies of individual band parts in arrangement by Pritchard.
I/4 "Carolina in the Morning:" one condensed score by Walter Donaldson, arranged for band by William Teague, 1941 (Remick Music Corp. n. p.), photocopy.
I/5 South Carolina: the Palmetto State:" one piano/vocal score, with composer/lyricist bios on back along with state info. Words by Harry Russell Wilkins, music by Lily Strickland (188401958) (published by The Citizens and Southern National Bank; c1940 & 1968 by H. R. Wilkins, ©1970 by Converse College, Spartanburg, SC).
I/6 "Stand Tall for South Carolina:" One piano/vocal score, autographed by Nelle McMaster Sprott, composer. Theme song for the SC Electric Cooperative Association.
I/7 "Carolina's Calling Me:" one piano vocal score. Autograph: "Bill and Bob, Shell Oil Twins, NBC."
I/8 "My Carolina Rose:" One piano/vocal score. By Wendell W. Hall- "The Singing Xylophonist." Published by Forster Music Publisher, Chicago, IL.
I/9 "Carolina Racket" from A Collection of Popular Airs and Plantation Melodies.
Call # Sheet Music Large 475
I/10 "Lay Me Down to Sleep in Carolina"
Call # Sheet Music 1897
I/11 "There's a Cradle in Caroline!"
Call # Sheet Music 1923
I/12 "Dinah from Carolina"
Call # Sheet Music Large 832
I/13 “Carolina’s Calling Me” 
Call # Sheet Music 854
I/14 “Carolina Moon”
Call # Sheet Music 731 / 1206
I/15 “Carolina in the Morning”
Call # Sheet Music 972 / 973 / 37
I/16 “I’m Going Back to Carolina”
Call # Sheet Music Large 911
I/17 “South Carolina Croon Song”
Call # CSAM 72
I/18 “I’m Going Home to Clo”
Call # CSAM 103
I/19 “Carolina Sweetheart”
Call # 1922
I/20 “Cowpens Battleground”
Call # 1750
I/21 “Carolina Lullaby”
Call # CSAM 62
I/22 “Carolina Sunshine”
Call # Sheet Music Large 269
I/23 “Dreamy Carolina Moon”
Call # Sheet Music 1238
I/24 “Back to the Carolina You Love”
Call # Sheet Music Large 457 / Large 693
I/25 “I’m all bound ‘round with the Mason Dixon Line”
Call # Sheet Music Large 729
I/26 “Just a little bit South of North Carolina”
Call # Sheet Music 1237
I/27 “I’m gonna Charleston back to Charleston”
Call # Sheet Music 1562
I/28 “The ladies man Dapper Dan from Dixie Land”
Call # Sheet Music 1239
I/29 “Good evening Caroline”
Call # Sheet Music Large 843
I/30 “Wonderful Savior”: (Hodges Music Co. Greenville, SC): 1 piano vocal score.
I/31 “This is My Song to You”: (Whippoorwill Music, Lexington, SC): 13 copies of piano vocal score.
I/32 “Big Ben”: one piano vocal score. (See correspondence from EW Capen.)
I/33 "It's the Crack of a Home Run" by Phil Harmonic. (Columbia Publishing Company, Columbia, SC): 1 piano vocal score.
Call # Sheet Music 2625
I/N.F. "When I cross the line into Caroline"
Call # Sheet Music 3312
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Series II: Manuscripts

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I/34 Spiral-bound manuscript of "Reminiscences" by Walker Brody, 1984. Spiral-bound manuscript of "A Suite of Three Czechoslovakian Love Songs for Medium Voice, Cello and Piano" by Vera Kistler. Both manuscripts donated by Dick Goodwin. Also contains letter from Dick Goodwin explaining that both manuscripts are from doctoral composition students from USC.
I/35 Manuscript score and parts to Darrell E. Richardson's "Soliloquy" (Tone Poem). Includes original letter, dated February 14, 1995 from Richardson to "Skitch." Also includes letter from the New York Pops librarian, Arlo McKinnon to Jennifer Ottervik, head of the Music Library, explaining the unknown provenance of the manuscript.
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Series III: Correspondence

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I/36 Note from Mrs. W. B. Lawson to James D. Pritchard about “Carolina Evermore.”
I/37 Letter from EW Capen to Professor WP Williamson about the song “Big Ben.”

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Series IV: Recordings

Record Contents
Compact disc 3526 Christmas at Carolina [sound recording]
University of South Carolina. Concert Choir, Performer.
1 sound disc: digital; 4 3/4 in.
University of South Carolina Concert Choir; Larry D. Wyatt, conductor.
18302 c.2 1969 European tour [sound recording].
1 sound disc: analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in.
University of South Carolina Concert Choir; Arpad Darazs, conductor.
18532 A Carolina Christmas [sound recording] / USC Concert Choir [and] Palmetto Mastersingers, Arpad Darazs, director.
[Columbia, S.C.] : University of South Carolina Recordings, 1985.
1 sound disc: analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in.
USC Concert Choir; Palmetto Mastersingers; Arpad Darazs, director.
18533 Sing we noel [sound recording] / The University of South Carolina Concert Choir.
Columbia, S.C.: University of South Carolina Recordings, p1981.
1 sound disc: analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in.
University of South Carolina Concert Choir; Dr. Arpad Darazs, director.
Media Box USC Chamber Music Feb. 7, 1971: Wolf, Brahms, Ravel, Stravinsky. [sound recording]
One envelope with program and cassette tape from James D. Pritchard.
Limited Access, Call Number 78 disc 10 in. 1478 Clemson College Band and Glee Club [sound recording].
3 sound discs: analog, 78 rpm, mono. ; 10 in.
18438 12-string moonrise [sound recording].
Whitesburg, Ky. : June Appal Recordings, p1983.
1 sound disc (39 min., 58 sec.) : analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in.
Written and performed by John Stanfield, 12-string guitar and vocals.
Compact Disc 9070 The Altoona sessions [sound recording].
[Altoona, Pa.] : ViVadagio Records, p2006.
1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
John Valerio, piano ; Tom Hildreth, string bass.
18446 The best of both worlds [sound recording] .
[Orangeburg, S.C.?] : Triumvirate Records, [197-?]
1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in.
Mac Frampton, keyboard, synthesizer ; Lenny Balistreri, percussion ; Neal Starkey, bass.
Compact Disc 9075 Black magic [sound recording].
[Columbia, S.C.?] : DejaVoodoo Music, [2003]
1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Alone ; Lyrikal Buddah, lead vocals ; Senclair Guider, background vocals ; Barry Harp, drums ; Bobby Dread, bass ; Rod Franco, lead guitar ; Nic Thompson, rhythm guitar ; Jeff Dread, trumpet.
13648 Carolina Dreams. [Sound recording].
Capricorn Records CPK 0180. p1977.
1 disc. 33 1/3 rpm. stereo. 12 in.
Popular songs; the Marshall Tucker Band.
18470 1845 Henry Erben organ, French Protestant (Huguenot) Church. [sound recording].
Charleston, Charleston Chapter, American Guild of Organists, 1975.
1 disc. 33 1/3 rpm. 12 in.
Hazel King Cooper, playing the 1845 Henry Erben organ of the French Protestant (Huguenot) Church, Charleston, S. C.
Compact Disc 7969 Season of wonder [sound recording].
Columbia, S.C. : St. Joseph Church Choir, p2000.
1 sound disc : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
St. John Church Choirs ; Adult Handbells ; accompanying instrumental musicians ; Teresa Stucken Riley, organ, director ; Timothy Quay Smith, organ, assistant director.
Compact Disc 8982 That bad Eartha [sound recording] ; and, Down to Eartha.
[New York] : BMG Special Products ; Narberth, PA : [Distributed by] Collectables Records, p2002.
1 sound disc (70:57) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Eartha Kitt with Henri René and his orchestra.
Limited Access 18519 c.2 A gift of music [sound recording] : Home Federal's 40th anniversary gala concert / featuring the Columbia Philharmonic Orchestra ; Arthur M. Fraser, conducting.
Columbia, S.C. : Columbia Philharmonic Orchestra, [1971].
2 sound discs : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in. + 1 insert ([10] p. : ports., some col. ; 22 cm)
Columbia Philharmonic Orchestra ; John Kenneth Adams, piano ; Lanny Palmer ; Juanita Greene ; Elizabeth Tolar Buckner, sopranos ; Roger M. Arnett, guitar ; John Williams, baritone ; Guthrie Darr, oboe ; Arthur M. Fraser, conductor ; John R. Folsom, remarks.
Media Box An Emigrant's Farewell by Vera Kistler
1 audio cassette.
Unknown performers.
On Shelf Total Excitement: Reliving Highlights of Our 1969 Championship Season
1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in.
"An exciting review in sound of all ten gridiron contests...Featuring the ACC Football Champions, the University of South Carolina Fighting Gamecocks." Performed by sportscaster Bob Fulton "The Voice of the Gamecocks." From the Collection of James H. Ellison.
On Shelf Surely the Lord is in This Place: The Choirs of the First Presbyterian Church of Columbia, South Carolina
1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in.
Performances by the Adult Choir, the Youth & Junior Choirs, and the Cate Memorial Handbell Choir.
Special Collections Area South Carolina: from the LP 'Nothing But a Heartache'.
1 sound disc : analog, 7 in.
Written by Bickerton-Waddington, performed by The Flirtations. Housed in box 5 of the 7 inch record collection. Gift of Dr. Rodger E. Stroup, 2009.
Other Carolina Music Collection recordings are available for circulation. Please check each record in the online catalog carefully.

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Series V: Miscellanea

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Folder
Contents
1/38 History of Lost Gold Records: by unnamed author
1/39 Why the fuss over Dixie? By Harold Bachman. Essay on use of Dixie in performances.
1/40 Program from the 1999 South Carolina All-State Band, hosted by Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina.
1/41 One page from the April 19, 1959 edition of "The State" Newspaper. Headline reads, "Winthrop Plays Host To HIgh School Musicians." Includes 10 black and white photographs of bandsmen from Dillon High School, Lancaster, Gaffney, Sumter, Beaufort, Rock Hill, Walterboro, and Newberry.
1/42 Two 8" x 10" black and white photographs of the majorettes of Sumter High School. Most likely taken 1958-1959. One 5" x 7" matted black and white photograph with caption: "1958-59 Sumter High School Band Majorettes."
1/43 Confidential memo from the USC Development Research Office about USC's new spirit song, "Rockin with the Cocks" in 2000.
1/44 Various concert programs from the USC School of Music, circa 1976-1979. Gift of Tim Crenshaw.
1/45 "Palmetto Concert Band: History and Concert Repertoire." Presented by James K. Copenhaver.

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