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Fanny Eaton: The 'Other' Pre-Raphaelite Model

Roberto C. Ferrari
This article traces the life of Fanny Eaton (1835-1924), the mixed-race Jamaican-born daughter of a former slave, who emigrated to London and became a model for painters in the Pre-Raphaelite circle during the 1860s. Her mixed-race status made her an exotic in the theatrical sense, allowing her to adopt different guises as subjects in their paintings, and offer an alternative form of the Pre-Raphaelite 'stunner.'

Infrastructure Development: Multiple Digital Content Types in a Single Collection

Dina V. Sokolova & Jane Gorjevsky
In 2011, CUL received a grant to permanently preserve and provide access to the archives of the Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program (IFP). The program offered fellowships for post-graduate study to social justice leaders from underserved communities in Asia, Africa, Latin America, Russia, and the Middle East who lacked access to higher education. One of the key objectives of the grant was to build a set of repository-based preservation, management, and access systems and services,...

Adding Metadata and Ingesting Large Born-Digital Archives with Archivematica

Dina Sokolova & Jane Gorjevsky
Columbia University Libraries is working on a large-scale project, funded by the Ford Foundation grant, to permanently preserve and make accessible the archives of the International Fellowships Program. Active in 2001-2013, the IFP offered fellowships for post-graduate study to social justice leaders from underserved communities in Asia, Africa, Latin America, Russia, and the Middle East. The IFP records included a substantial digital component: 3.6 TB from 22 countries, in 245 file formats, 10 languages and...

Acquisition of Digital Records: Lessons of the Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program project

Jane Gorjevsky & Dina Sokolova
Columbia University Libraries is working on a large-scale project, funded by the Ford Foundation grant, to permanently preserve and make accessible the archives of the International Fellowships Program. At this time, the acquisition phase has been completed. The Ford IFP collection, now part of the Columbia University Rare Book and Manuscript Library, includes 3.6 TB of electronic materials gathered from 22 countries around the globe, in 245 separate file formats, 10 languages and 7 non-Roman...

“Im Wasser wogt die Lilie” for Male Chorus and Piano.

Anthony J. Elia
“Im Wasser wogt die Lilie” is a song composed by A. Elia, based on the poem by August von Platen-Hallermünde (1796-1835) and is in this set of "Fünf neue deutsche lieder." ~~ “Five New German Songs for Male Chorus” is a collection of choral works written for the Indianapolis Liederkranz in April 2014. (All of these pieces were composed during Easter Week in NY). The composer has utilized the poetry of German language writers, some...

“Traumbilder: Mir träumte einst von wildem Liebesglühn” for Male Chorus and Piano

Anthony J. Elia
“Traumbilder: Mir träumte einst von wildem Liebesglühn” is a song composed by A. Elia based on the poem by Heinrich Heine (1797-1856) and is in this set of "Fünf neue deutsche lieder." ~~ “Five New German Songs for Male Chorus” is a collection of choral works written for the Indianapolis Liederkranz in April 2014. The composer has utilized the poetry of German language writers, some humorous, some serious, and set them to music. German musical...

“Der Schmied (“The Smith”): A German Madrigal”

Anthony J. Elia
“Der Schmied (“The Smith”): A German Madrigal” is a song composed by A. Elia, based on the poem by Ludwig Uhland (1787-1862) and is in this set of "Fünf neue deutsche lieder." ~~ “Five New German Songs for Male Chorus” is a collection of choral works written for the Indianapolis Liederkranz in April 2014. The composer has utilized the poetry of German language writers, some humorous, some serious, and set them to music. German musical...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (VIOLINS 1)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (VIOLINS 2)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (VIOLAS)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (TENOR SAX)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (TROMBONE)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (SOPRANO)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (SCORE)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (OBOE)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (FLUTE)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (HORN)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (HARP)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (CONTRABASSOON)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (ENGLISH HORN)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (Bb TRUMPET)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (BASSOON)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano ('CELLI)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (Bb CLARINET)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Sonata for Oboe and Piano (1st Movement)

Anthony J. Elia
The Sonata for Oboe and Piano was written in late 2010 and early 2011. Only the first movement has been completed, but the composer plans on writing two more movements. The work is an energetic piece, and performers are encouraged to have fun with the work. As usual, dynamics may be worked to fit various performance needs and spaces.

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