Collection on Barbara R. Lundquist: oral history and concert recordings, 1955-05-13-2018  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Pierce, Deborah; University of Wisconsin-Madison Music Department; Seattle Public Schools
Title
Collection on Barbara R. Lundquist: oral history and concert recordings
Dates
1955-05-13-2018 (inclusive)
Quantity
1 boxes  :  1 16mm file, 1 Vinyl disc, 1 Lacquer disc, 1 SD card (12.27 Gigabytes)
Collection Number
2018004
Summary
This collection includes oral history recordings, video broadcast programs, text files, and music performances of Barbara Lundquist.
Repository
University of Washington Ethnomusicology Archives
University of Washington
Ethnomusicology Archives
Box 353450
Seattle, WA
98195-3450
Telephone: 206-543-0974
ethnoarc@uw.edu
Access Restrictions

Contact ethnoarc@uw.edu for more information on how to access the material.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Barbara Reeder Lundquist was born in Hays, Kansas on Jan 3, 1934, is an american music educator. She attended the University of Wisconsin (BMus 1955), Montana State University (MS 1959), and University of Washington (DMA 1973). She taught music in the Seattle public schools (1959–71, 1977–80; supervisor 1965–71) and at the University of Washington (1971–77, 1980–91). She guest taught at several other institutions and was an educational consultant for the Smithsonian Global Sound Project (2002), U.S. Information Service in Malawi and Mozambique (1997), Yamaha Corporation (1989–91), Manhattanville Music Curriculum Project (1968), and Contemporary Music Project, among others. She held positions in the College Music Society (executive board 1976–80, 1988–91; national president 1992–94); National Association for Music Education (MENC) (executive committees for the Society for Music Teacher Education 1984–88 and Society for General Music 1986–88); Society for Ethnomusicology (music education standing committee 1980–92); and International Society for Music Education (world music advisory panel 1992–94). She served on journal editorial committees and authored articles on world music and arts education. She was inducted into the Washington Music Educators Association Hall of Fame (1988) and won the MENC National Black Music Caucus Outstanding Achievement Award (1981) and the Kennedy Center Arts in Education Award (1992).

- Grove Music Online, Shelly C. Cooper

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

This collection primarily contains recordings of Barbara Lundquist Oral History. The oral history was recorded June 20 - July 21, 2017 by Deborah Pierce, for a total of 10 hours. This collection includes a interview of Barbara Lundquist on the TV program "What's New in the Schoolhouse", a recodring of a ensemble directed by her, and a recording of her Cello Recital at the University of Wisconsin.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Analog Sound RecordingsReturn to Top

2 phonograph records : 1 lacquer and 1 vinyl disc
Description Dates
Fine Arts Festival 1968
Seattle Public Schools (rcd)
1968
Barbara Cooke: Cello Recital
University of Wisconsin-Madison Music Department (rcd)
1 phonograph records : 1 Laquer Disc (33 1/3)
1955-05-13

Film: What's New in the SchoolhouseReturn to Top

1 film : 1 Film: 16mm (30 min.): sound, black and white:

Digital Audio FilesReturn to Top

21 audio files : 21 digital audio files (11 WAV audio files, 10 MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3 files)
Description Dates
Barbara Lundquist Oral History Day 1 & 2: Becoming a Musician: Contexts, Blessings and Performing
Pierce, Deborah (ivr)
2 audio files : 2 digital audio files (1 WAV audio files, 1 MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3 files) Duration: 01:03:38
2017-06-20-2017-06-23
Barbara Lundquist Oral History Day 3: Becoming a Musician: Developing Listening Skills and Moving Your Ears
Pierce, Deborah (ivr)
2 audio files : 2 digital audio files (1 WAV audio files, 1 MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3 files) Duration: 01:22:16
2017-06-27
Barbara Lundquist Oral History Day 4: Improvisation, Composing, and the Challenges of Becoming a Musician
Pierce, Deborah (ivr)
2 audio files : 2 digital audio files (1 WAV audio files, 1 MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3 files) Duration: 01:23:47
2017-06-30
Barbara Lundquist Oral History Day 5 Part 1: Composing (cont.) and Becoming a Teacher
Pierce, Deborah (ivr)
2 audio files : 2 digital audio files (1 WAV audio files, 1 MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3 files) Duration: 00:57:23
2017-07-06
Barbara Lundquist Oral History Day 5 Part 2: Composing (cont.) and Becoming a Teacher
Pierce, Deborah (ivr)
2 audio files : 2 digital audio files (1 WAV audio files, 1 MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3 files) Duration: 00:20:52
2017-07-06
Barbara Lundquist Oral History Day 6: Becoming a Teacher: Semester at Sea - Moving Across Cultures
Pierce, Deborah (ivr)
2 audio files : 2 digital audio files (1 WAV audio files, 1 MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3 files) Duration: 00:39:51
2017-07-10
Barbara Lundquist Oral History Day 7: Sub-Saharan African Music Cultures and Time in Sub-Saharan African musics
Pierce, Deborah (ivr)
2 audio files : 2 digital audio files (1 WAV audio files, 1 MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3 files) Duration: 01:33:20
2017-07-14
Barbara Lundquist Oral History Day 8: Music in the Schools; Becoming a University Professor; Support and Colleagues at University of Washington; Courses and Instructional Contexts (Ethnomusicology in the Schools, etc.); Music Teacher Preparation and Certification
Pierce, Deborah (ivr)
2 audio files : 2 digital audio files (1 WAV audio files, 1 MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3 files) Duration: 01:36:00
2017-07-17
Barbara Lundquist Oral History Day 9 Part 1: Bi-temporality; minimal experiences for teachers; music cultures; cultural sense of time; musical community; enculturation; barriers/challenges; political realities
Pierce, Deborah (ivr)
2 audio files : 2 digital audio files (1 WAV audio files, 1 MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3 files) Duration: 00:31:02
2017-07-21
Barbara Lundquist Oral History Day 9 Part 2: Current teaching; understanding the other through music; crossing cultural boundaries; sustaining the work; the goal of music education; synchronicity and purpose; continuing blessings; the School of Life; a life defining moment
Pierce, Deborah (ivr)
2 audio files : 2 digital audio files (1 WAV audio files, MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3 files) Duration: 00:41:10
2017-07-21
Fine Arts Festival: Side 1 Track 3 Ethnic Music, Atsia & Kwazulu
1968; 2017-12-05

Digital Video File: What's New in the Schoolhouse, 2017-12-05Return to Top

1 video file : 1 digital video file (30 min, mov Quicktime video file)

Digital Text FilesReturn to Top

2 text files : 2 Microsoft Word docx
Description Dates
Biographical note and other description information
1 text files
2017-10-11
Stories of Becoming Barbara Lundquist Oral History Notes
1 text files
2017-09-28

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Cello
  • Concertos (Cello)
  • Ethnomusicology
  • Music--Africa
  • Oral history
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Audio recordings
  • Educational media
  • Video recordings
  • Other Creators :
    • Personal Names :
    • Lundquist, Barbara Reeder, 1934- (interviewee)
    • Lundquist, Barbara Reeder, 1934- (instrumentalist)
    • Lundquist, Barbara Reeder, 1934- (conductor)
    • Corporate Names :
    • Seattle Public Schools (recordist)