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Your search in the category "Music and Theater" returned 472 results in 24 pages.

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Kochakian, D. . “As Baltimore Goes, So Goes the Nation: Robert Banks tells his story.” Blues & Rhythm, 207 (March 2006): 8-10.

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Koenig, Linda Lee. "A History of the Vagabond Players, Baltimore, Maryland, 1916-1978." Ph.D. diss., Bowling Green State University, 1978.

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Koenig, Linda Lee. The Vagabonds, America's Oldest Little Theater. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1983.

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Kolodziej, B. A. “Realms in Conflict: Rationalism and Orthodoxy in Early Nineteenth-Century Hymnody.” The Hymn, 53 (July 2002): 21-29.
Category: Music and Theater

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Kosnett, Jeffrey R. "The Multiplex Problem." Preservation 52 (September/October 2000): 12-14.
Category: Music and Theater | Other

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Kracke, Robert D., and Carol Bench. "Through the Cracks of History: Those Shape Notes." Harford Historical Bulletin (Summer 1984): 38-46.
Annotations / Notes: Hymnal scores and their use in Harford County.

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Kraus, Joanna Halpert. "A History of the Children's Theatre Association of Baltimore, Maryland >From 1943-1966." Ed.D. diss., Columbia University, 1972.

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Kravetz, Sallie. Ethel Ennis, the Reluctant Jazz Star: An Illustrated Biography. Baltimore: Gateway Press/Hughes Enterprises, 1984.

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Kremen, Judith S. “A Little History About…The Concert Square Grand.” The Register, 1 (2003): [3].
Category: Music and Theater

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Krummel, D.W., Jean Geil, Doris Dyen, and Deane Root. Resources of American Music History, A Directory of Source Materials from Colonial Times to World War II. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1981.
Annotations / Notes: Here is a great single resource by which to determine where in Maryland one might find collections of music and music-related archival materials. The authors describe the contents of twenty-four Maryland repositories, from libraries and historical societies to educational institutions and privately owned collections. An excellent index allows searching for Maryland-related items being held in other states, too.

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Lanahan, Lawrence. “Secrets of the City: What ‘The Wire’ Reveals about Urban Journalism.” Columbia Journalism Review, 46 (January/February 2008): 22-31.

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LaRoche, Gerard. "Music at Riversdale." Riversdale Letter 12 (Summer 1995): 2-4.

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Lathroum, Stephen. "Renaissance Man." Annapolis 7 (October 1993): 15, 65.

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Latta, Judi M. "'Wade in the Water', The Public Radio Series: The Effects of the Politics of Production on Sacred Music Representations." Ph.D. diss., University of Maryland, College Park, 1999.
Category: Music and Theater | Other

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LeBlanc, Eric S. “Obituaries: Buzz Busby, Bluegrass.” Goldmine, 29 (April 4, 2003): 26.

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LeBlanc, Eric S. “Obituaries: William Boskent, Kent Records.” Goldmine, 29 (October 31, 2003): 50.

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Lerner, David. “Way Down in the Hole: Baltimore as Location and Representation in ‘The Wire’.” Quarterly Review of Film and Video, 29 (May 2012): 213-24.

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Levy, Lester S. "Recollections of a Sheet Music Collector." Notes 32 (March 1976): 491-502.

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Lewis, John, ed. “The Insider’s Guide to ‘The Wire’.” Baltimore, 101 (February 2008): 112-17.

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Lewis, John. “John Waters Meets Divine.” Baltimore, 100 (February 2007): 110-13.