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Your search in the category "Music and Theater" returned 522 results in 27 pages.

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Gough, Al, Jr. "'It Don't Stop Here Anymore': The James Adams Floating Theater." Chronicles of St. Mary's 37 (Summer 1989): 209-29.

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Graham, Bob. "Librarian Hopes Song Index Evens the Score for Musicians." American Libraries (October 1996): 55-56.
Annotations / Notes: Discussion of the song index developed by the Enoch Pratt's Fine Arts and Recreation Department.

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Graham, David K. “‘She Spurns the Northern Scum’: Maryland’s Civil War Loyalty in Mass Culture and Memory.” Maryland Historical Magazine, 109 (Spring 2014): 34-50.

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Graham, Kresten A. “A (Christmas) Spectacular Opportunity.” Johns Hopkins Magazine, 59 (November 2007): 58-59.
Category: Music and Theater

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Grant, Daniel. “Arts & Culture Districts.” American Artist, 70 (June 2006): 72-73.
Category: Music and Theater

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Grant, John A. “‘ Mountaineer Red Coats’ Jr. Drum and Bugle Corps.” Glades Star, 11 (June 2008): 364-67.
Category: Music and Theater

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Griffith, Philip L. "Maryland's Anthem." The Record 77 (October 1997): 1-2.
Category: Music and Theater

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Grimes, Robert R. “The Emergence of Catholic Music and Ritual in Colonial Maryland.” American Catholic Studies, 114 (Summer 2003): 1-35.

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Grissom, Candace Ursula. Fitzgerald and Hemingway on Film: A Critical Study of the Adaptations, 1924-2013. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2014.

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Grissom, Candace Ursula. “Filming the Lost Generation: F. Scott Fitzgerland, Ernest Hemingway, and the Art of Cinematic Adaptation.” Ph.D. diss., Middle Tennessee State University, 2012.

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Guroff, Margaret. “The Secret of His, uh, Success.” Johns Hopkins Magazine, 58 (September 2006): 46-49.
Category: Music and Theater

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Guy, C. “Bring on the music: Trio plays at Smith Island school as part of program run by the BSO.” The Double Reed, 31 (no. 1, 2008): 67-68.

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Haile, Elmer R. and Ameila K. Haile. "The Hersey Family's War for the Union." History Trails, 17 (Summer 1983): 13-16; 18 (Autumn 1983): 1-2.

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Haims, Lynn. "First American Theatre Contracts: Wall and Lindsay's Maryland Company of Comedians, and the Annapolis, Fell's Point, and Baltimore Theatres, 1781-1783." Theatre Survey 17 (November 1976): 179-94.

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Haims, Lynn. "First American Theatre Contracts: Wall and Lindsay's Maryland Company of Comedians, and the Annapolis, Fell's Point, and Baltimore Theatres, 1781-1783." Theatre Survey 17 (November 1976): 179-94.

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Hanson, Christopher. “Some Last Words on the Wire.” Film Quarterly, 62 (Winter 2008/2009): 66-67.
Category: Music and Theater

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Harris, Dolly. "And the Band Played On-The History and Preservation of the Tolchester Park Bandstand." Weather Gauge 28 (Spring 1992): 20-24.

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Harty, Rosemary. “Music Man.” Chesapeake Life, (December 2007): 40-41.
Category: Music and Theater

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Harty, Rosemary. “Sir Mixalot.” Chesapeake Life, (November 2006): 52-53.
Category: Music and Theater

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Haspel, Paul. “Arthur on a Quest in Baltimore—Mythic Archetypes, Social Criticism, and Civic Self-Promotion in …And Justice for All (Norman Jewison).” Journal of Popular Film and Television, 35 (Fall 2007): 127-32.
Category: Music and Theater