Floyd Barnard was born on the 20th of January, 1897. He was a music teacher (Roosevelt High and Jefferson Junior High), composer, and Minneapolis Symphony musician. He received his B.A. from the University of Minnesota, and a Masterâs degree from the University of Idaho. He died on the 15th of October, 1987. Margaret was born on the 13th of November, 1909 and died on the 21st of November, 1987. She attended the Northern State Teachers College and the University of Iowa, and taught voice at MacPhail School of Music.
Four boxes. Collection consists of musical scores, Minneapolis Symphony programs, tour itineraries, and college yearbooks. Also includes photos, drawings, and miscellaneous papers. A separate scrapbook includes clippings, programs, cards etc.
Box one contains twenty-three folders and three items. Contains Minneapolis Symphony programs, scores, papers of Floyd and Margaret, and yearbooks.
Box two contain twenty-seven folders. Contains musical scores, largely compositions of or transcriptions for band by Floyd Barnard, in various forms: manuscript, parts, published scores. Pieces include "All Season Orchestra Folio," "Arrowhead Country," "Desert Twilight," selections from Mendelssohn, "Miniature Tone Poem," "News and Weather Concert March," "Puppet Ballet," "Salute to the Mid-West," "Silver Mountain Overture," "Trio Brilliante," and "Woodland Journey." 1918-1965. Scores in alphabetical order by title.
Box three has three folders and seven items. Contains photographs, drawings by Floyd Barnard, as well as miscellaneous items, including programs, a score, and Roosevelt High School reunion booklet.
Box 4 is a scrapbook.
Introduction to musical knowledge, by Archie N. Jones and Floyd P. Barnard.
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