Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
The Experimental Music Studio recordings is a collection of reel to reel audio tapes produced by students and staff involved with MIT's Experimental Music Studio and with the New England Conservatory. The physical materials in the collection are reel to reel audio tapes in 7” and 10.5” reels, using ¼”, ½”, and 1” tape. Some recordings have been digitized thank to a CLIR Recordings at Risk grant in 2020.
Songs include "A Stein Song" (written by Albert Bullard, class of 1887), "Dear Old MIT" (written by Harold Wonson, class of 1907), "Take Me Back to Tech" (written by Isaac Litchfield, class of 1885), and "Sons of MIT" (written by John B. Wilbur, class of 1926).
In 1890, the Glee Club, Banjo Club, and Mandolin Club joined to create the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Combined Musical Clubs. After several dormant periods and name changes, the Combined Musical Clubs reappeared in 1908 and persisted as an umbrella organization for undergraduate musical groups until 1986. The collection includes correspondence, photographs, financial and administrative reports, brochures, concert programs, and a scrapbook.
Humanities Series concert performed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on March 23, 1950.