College of William and Mary--Students
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: UA 6.017
Scope and Contents The collection contains materials related to Dr. Carl A. Fehr's music professorship as well as his direction of the College of William and Mary's choral program and those of The Common Glory and The Founders summer pageants and the Williamsburg Baptist Church choir. In addition to his reflections on choral direction and discipline, the collection includes extensive materials on Dr. Fehr's professional management of the College's choral program, a series of published choral programs, a...
Identifier: UA 212
Scope and Contents This collection includes fliers, announcements, programs, newsletters, and related material generated by the Department of Music of the College of William and Mary. Topics covered relate to departmental business, visiting performers, recitals and performances by College students and faculty, the Choir and other student vocal and instrumental ensembles, Ewell Concert Series, Jazz Combo, Gallery Players Materials, and other related topics.
Identifier: 00/05/UA 5.149
Scope and Contents Contains newsclippings, correspondence, tickets, scrapbook, and other material related to the planning of the three Fehr-Well Fest reunions for the William and Mary Choir in 1974, 1983, and 2005. The Fehr-Well Fest reunions were created in celebration of Carl "Pappy" Fehr, director of the William and Mary Choir from 1945-1974. The scrapbook was created by Lavinia Phillips, class of 1959, and features newsclippings about the reunions, events scheduled during the reunions, and publications about...
Identifier: UA 7.051
Identifier: UA 211.1
Scope and Contents Scrapbook featuring 65 photographs of the William and Mary Symphony Orchestra in practice, at rehearsals, and socializing as a group. One of their performances was billed as a symphony of horror and features pictures of the students dressed in Halloween attire. Director at the time was E. W. Williams, Jr. Most of the photographs are undated and none are labeled. Some of the photographs indicate that they are from 1998. The photographs are both in color and black/white.