Sarah B. Dorsey
There are 5 included publications by Sarah B. Dorsey :
|Cello Music since 1960: A Bibliography of Solo, Chamber, and Orchestral Works
Donald Homuth, cellist and Professor Emeritus of Music at San Jose University, began work on his bibliography of twentieth- century cello music during a sabbatical leave in 1974. Now, twenty years later, his work has come to fruition. The duration...
|Concerto for Solo Cello: One Stringed Instrument Takes Center Stage at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro
||The largest collection of cello music in the world is located at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro's Jackson Library, thanks to the vision and efforts of Elizabeth Cowling (1910-1997), 30-year UNCG cello professor who in 1963 asked the F...
|Janácek’s ‘Cunning Little Vixen
||The composer Leos Janácek was purely and proudly a product of his unique world. He was wholly Moravian; his life and his music point to this cultural origin. Janácek's love of his homeland was not only a political one, but also involved a deep apprec...
|Managing the Academic Library Through Teamwork: A Case Study
||If necessity is the mother of Invention, then perhaps desperation might be Inspiration’s father. How many useful innovations that seem to others like bright and shiny new ideas are created as the result of a last-ditch attempt to fix a part of the wo...
|Sarah, Anna and Louise– What No Thelma?: Discovering Louise Talma and Her Shorter Piano Works
||This is an adaptation of a presentation given at the SEMLA meeting in Columbus, GA, in October of 2006. After a brief description of her six-month sabbatical at the Library of Congress, Music Librarian Sarah Dorsey (UNC Greensboro) outlines the life ...