The James B. Peterson Papers comprise primarily handwritten scores of Peterson's original music compositions, along with some "autograph copies" (photocopies) of his scores; a reel-to-reel audio recording of Peterson's retirement dinner, April 30, 1978; a newspaper clipping, and a handwritten note. Peterson's compositions include a woodwind quintet, quartet in C, fantasy for oboe and piano, concerto for oboe and wind ensemble, sinfonia for string orchestra, improvisation with two oboes and English horn, quartet for brass, sonatas for violin with piano or with piano and cello, a suite of modes, and a requiem.
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.66 Cubic Feet (2 boxes)
.66 Cubic Feet
Arranged into boxes and folders.
Professor Ruetz collected and organized this collection prior to donating it to University Archives.
Donated by Robert G. Ruetz in 2002.
Processed by Criss Library staff prior to 2014.
Part of the UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections Repository