Browse Items (32 total)

  • Collection: Alfred H. Bartles Digital Collection

Bartles All The Things You Are.mp3
1 audio file (11:10) : digital, mp3, stereo.

Bartles Wien Wien.mp3
1 audio file (7:53) : digital, mp3, stereo.

Bartles_Sewanee_2_001.jpg
A photo of Alfred H. Bartles (back, left) with his cello students at the Sewanee Summer Music Festival.

Bartles_Seven_Easy_Pieces_Cover.pdf
The cover and first page of Alfred H. Bartles' Seven Easy Pieces for Beginning Cellists, a pedgagogical book.

Bartles_MFSOAJE_Cover-Page.pdf
The cover page and first page of the score of Alfred H. Bartles' Music for Symphony Orchestra and Jazz Ensemble, a work he wrote for the Nashville Symphony and the Nashville Jazz Machine in 1966.

Bartles_MFSOAJE_review_Nashville_Banner-1966-04-05.png
A newspaper clipping from the Nashville Banner reviewing the premiere performance of Alfred H. Bartles' Music for Symphony Orchestra and Jazz Ensemble.

Bartles_Dick_Bluntz_001_need_to_redo.jpg
A photograph of Alfred H. Bartles (far left) playing jazz piano with Dick Bluntz and his big band.

Bartles-Lindsay_Letter_Radio-Station.pdf
A letter from Alfred H. Bartles and Bryan Lindsay to the DJ and manager of a radio station. The letter was sent with two recordings - one of "Come Ride the Wind With Me" and one of "Miss Amanda Lee" - with a request that they be played on the radio.

Bartles_Lindsay_Rhythm Sheets_I Love New York.pdf
Lyric sheets sent by Bryan Lindsay to Alfred H. Bartles. Above the lyrics, Bartles has written tentative rhythms for the tunes he will later write for the lyrics. The tunes shown are "I Love New York," "It's Always Darkest Just Before The Dawn," and…
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