|Title||Sheet Music, Evening Song; Hazel Gertrude Kinscella|
|Object Name||Music, Sheet|
"Ten Little Pieces fore the Young Pianist" by Hazel Gertrude Kinscella contains music for the song "Evening Song", which is marked by an orange dash. The sheet music consist of two pages binded together, as well as one loose page containing a preface and music. The cover shows a mand playing a flute, surrounded by dancing children.
Colors: off-white, orange, blue
|Artist||Kinscella, Hazel Gertrude|
|Made||Kinscella, Hazel Gertrude, G. Schirmer|
|Place of Origin||USA: New York, New York|
Kinscella, Hazel Gertrude
Kinscella moved to Nebraska in 1908. She was a piano student of Robert W. Stevens at the University School of Music, graduated from there in 1916, and was herself a faculty member for several years. She took a B.A. from the University in 1928 , a Masters Degree from Columbia University, and a PhD from the University of Washington. She was on the piano faculty at Washington and also taught at the Juilliard School of Music in their summer program. She lived in Lincoln from 1908 to 1938. She was a composer, educator, musician, and author. She originated the Kinscella system ("Lincoln Way") of group piano instruction which was used throughout the United States and some foreign countries. She published more than 100 articles and several series of books as well as many musical compositions.
Source: "Music of Old Nebraska" located at http://www.lincolnlibraries.org/depts/polley/Authors_Catalog.htm#K
More information is also available on the NSHS webpage, under the search term Hazel Gertrude Kinscella
|Credit line||W.H. Ferguson Family, Lincoln (Lancaster), Nebraska|