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Davis, Chip

 Person

Louis F. "Chip" Davis is an American new age, neo-classical music composer. He is best known as the creator of the music group Mannheim Steamroller and the founder of the American Gramaphone record label. He was born in Ohio in 1947 and moved to Omaha, Nebraska, in the early 1970s.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

"Da-Dl" 2004 personal correspondence

 File — Box: 17: Personal Papers
Scope and Contents Chuck Hagel's personal correspondence from 1997-2015. Arranged chronologically in 22 boxes (boxes 5-27). Bulk of the material is from his time in the U.S. Senate (1997-2009).

"Da-Dl" 2006 personal correspondence

 File — Box: 19: Personal Papers
Scope and Contents Chuck Hagel's personal correspondence from 1997-2015. Arranged chronologically in 22 boxes (boxes 5-27). Bulk of the material is from his time in the U.S. Senate (1997-2009).

"Da-Dl" 2007 personal correspondence

 File — Box: 20: Personal Papers
Scope and Contents Chuck Hagel's personal correspondence from 1997-2015. Arranged chronologically in 22 boxes (boxes 5-27). Bulk of the material is from his time in the U.S. Senate (1997-2009).

First Ring Composition Written for the Dedication of the Carillon, 1989

 Item — Object: Books [4]
Scope and Contents A framed and signed copy of "First Ring" by Chip Davis. Davis composed the piece for the dedication of the carillon on the UNO campus. Inscribed by the composer: "To the University of Nebraska for the Opening Ceremony and dedication of your carillon. Chip Davis composed May 9, 1989."