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Harris--Henry B. (Music Faculty)

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1 Radio and television at Iowa State Teachers College
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 2:0, p.163
7/1/1995 The beginnings of radio and television at the college, including the controversy with KXEL.
2 Former music professor dies at 54 of heart attack
College Eye 59:52, p.2
8/13/1965 Henry Harris died July 30, 1965.
3 Faculty notes . . . .
Alumnus 38:3, p.4
9/1/1954 Eighteen changes in faculty.
4 Music
Old Gold 0:0, p.241
6/1/1954 Brief description of the department; photo.
5 Orchestra
Old Gold 0:0, p.109
6/1/1954 Brief description of the group; photo.
6 Henry Harris resigns; takes job in Michigan
College Eye 45:32, p.3
5/28/1954 Will teach at Michigan State University.
7 Present seventh faculty concert
College Eye 45:22, p.1
3/5/1954 Betty Barney and Henry Harris will perform.
8 Four departments take part in meetings and conventions
College Eye 45:20, p.1
2/19/1954 A quick look at faculty convention participation.
9 Harris presents solos in concert
College Eye 45:15, p.3
1/15/1954 Performance program.
10 Faculty to give concert Sunday
College Eye 45:8, p.1
10/30/1953 Performance program.
11 Radio programs aired over WOI
College Eye 45:5, p.3
10/9/1953 Six programs will be broadcast weekly.
12 Music
Old Gold 0:0, p.53
6/1/1953 The Department of Music starts three WOIU television programs in addition to its radio performances; photo.
13 'Tolerant examination needed for understanding of arts'
Harris--Henry B. (Music Faculty)
Northern Iowa Today 44:28, p.2
4/24/1953 Teaching art and music is a challenge.
14 College Eye Bulletin Board
College Eye 44:17, p.3
1/30/1953 News from campus organizations.
15 Departments give varied TV shows
College Eye 44:7, p.1
10/24/1952 Survey of WOI television shows to which ISTC faculty contribute.
16 Faculty members play before music teachers
College Eye 44:6, p.7
17 Henry Harris to offer unusual piano recital Tuesday night
College Eye 44:6, p.1
10/17/1952 Will play Chopin preludes.
18 Twenty-one faculty members make latest promotion list
College Eye 44:1, p.1
9/12/1952 List of those who received promotions.
19 Harris to teach at summer term camp
College Eye 43:34, p.4
6/27/1952 At Interlochen.
20 Music
Old Gold 0:0, p.152
6/1/1952 Brief description of the department with photos of the faculty and the Symphony Orchestra; photo.
21 Seven Staff members are scheduled to participate in a Career Day at Forest City, Wednesday, April 16
Public Relations News Release 1951:574, p.1
4/9/1952 They are Harold E. Bernhard, director of the bureau of religious activities; Donald F. Howard, assistant professor of history; Elisabeth Sutherland, head of the home economics department; Harry G. Guillaume, Ada McLeod, Leonard J. Keefe, and Henry Harris.
22 Gordon J. Rhum, Henry Harris, and Gail E. Myers will participate in the Hancock County Career Day at Britt Monday, April 7
Public Relations News Release 1952:490, p.1
3/26/1952 Rhum was born in Wayland, Iowa, and he holds three academic degrees. Harris was born in Brooklyn, N. Y. He spent nearly two and a half years in the Navy. Myers, a native of Clark, S. D., holds two academic degrees. He spent three years in the Air Force.
23 Bock and Harris to give recital
College Eye 43:20, p.7
2/29/1952 Will present sonatas.
24 The Music Goes Round
Weldin--Patricia Lee (Student--1951-1952)
College Eye 43:20, p.6
2/29/1952 News and commentary from the world of music.
25 Violinist Emil Bock and pianist Henry Harris will present a sonata recital Sunday, March 2nd
Public Relations News Release 1952:408, p.1
2/23/1952 The recita is seventh in the series of faculty recitals during the current academic year. Program for the recital will be the Sonata in C Minor, Op. 30, No. 2 by Beethoven; Brahms' Sonata in D Minor, Op. 108, and Sonata by Bloch.
26 Faculty notes
Alumnus 35:4, p.4
12/1/1951 Special achievements of faculty; photo.
27 Harris to give recital series
College Eye 43:8, p.8
11/9/1951 Will play in Iowa and Minnesota.
28 Henry Harris, assistant professor of iano, will present concerts at Austin, Minn., and Boone during the next week
Public Relations News Release 1951:106, p.1
11/5/1951 The major works to be played at the concerts were selected by the local committees at Austin and Boone. Two of the major works to be played at Austin and Boone respectively are the Sonata Pathetique and the Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven.
29 Harris has friend via audio waves
College Eye 43:6, p.5
10/26/1951 Robert Bruere enjoys Henry Harris radio performances.
30 Recital by Harris set for Sunday
College Eye 43:5, p.6
10/19/1951 Performance program.
31 The Music Goes Round & Round
Weldin--Patricia Lee (Student--1951-1952)
College Eye 43:5, p.2
10/19/1951 Looking at the concerts on campus and other miscellaneous music.
32 Pianist Henry Harris' program for the second music department faculty recital was announced today by Myron Russell
Public Relations News Release 1951:84, p.1
10/18/1951 Russell, head of the music department, said the Harris recital will be open to the public without charge. The recital program is listed.
33 Henry Harris and Robert E. Bruere begin a friendship
Public Relations News Release 1951:83, p.1
10/17/1951 The friendship began last year when Bruere heard one of Harris' "Piano Profiles" programs over radio station WOI, Ames. Through correspondence Harris has learned that Bruere, now 27, ranked seventh scholastically in his 1945 Oskaloosa high school class.
34 The second music department faculty recital of the 1951-52 season will be held in the college auditorium, Sunday, October 21
Public Relations News Release 1951:78, p.1
10/15/1951 Pianist Henry Harris, assistant professor of piano, the featured pianist, joined the college faculty in 1941. He was absent from the campus for two and a half years during the war while serving in the Navy.
35 Music
Old Gold 0:0, p.60
6/1/1951 Brief description of the department; photo.
36 Compositions of four faculty members and two students will be performed Sunday night, April 22 at the annual Original Compositions concert
Public Relations News Release 1950:324, p.1
4/20/1951 The SAI chorus will sing two songs by Edward Kurtz, retiring head of the music department. Words for both songs were written by Mrs. Kurtz. Pianist Henry Harris will play a piano sonatina by William Latham. Juanita Yearous will sing a song.
37 Dr. Edward Kurtz was honored Tuesday night, April 17, at a dinner party given by fellow musicians and music faculty
Public Relations News Release 1950:320, p.1
4/17/1951 The 69-year-old violinist, composer and conductor will retire at the end of the summer quarter. He has been head of the music department since 1934, and a member of that department since 1924.
38 A Cappella Choir, orchestra to give concerts next week
College Eye 42:24, p.3
3/30/1951 Performance program.
39 ISTC concerts April 4-5
Public Relations News Release 1950:282, p.1
3/29/1951 On Wednesday (April 4) the 60-piece orchestra will play a morning concert directed by Roland Searight. The 62-voice college choir will sing its home concert Thursday (April 5) conducted by Assistant Professor Maurice Gerow.
40 Piano recital presented by assistant professor
College Eye 42:14, p.3
1/12/1951 Program for performance by Professor Harris.
41 Pianist Henry Harris to play Sunday, January 7
Public Relations News Release 1950:166, p.1
1/2/1951 Henry Harris, popular assistant professor of piano, will play in the college auditorium. Before coming to the college in 1941, Harris was a faculty member of the Philadelphia Conservatory of Music. He graduated from Germany's Leipzig conservatory in 1932.
42 Henry Harris recital to be given Jan. 7
College Eye 42:13, p.1
12/14/1950 Performance program.
43 Harris to play with Missouri Symphony
Public Relations News Release 1950:144, p.1
11/29/1950 Pianist Henry Harris of the College music department faculty will appear as soloist Sunday at Independence, Missouri with that city's symphone orchestra. On Monday he will play a recital at Graceland junior college, Lamoni.
44 Waterloo concert to feature Harris
College Eye 42:10, p.6
11/17/1950 Henry Harris will perform with symphony orchestra.
45 Fifth Student Recital at Teachers College
Public Relations News Release 1950:123, p.1
11/11/1950 Eight soloists and a brass quartet presented the fifth student recital of the fall term last Friday afternoon. Those participating were from the classes of Russell Baum, Jane Birkhead, Emil Bock, Henry Harris, and Willard Starkey. Students listed.
46 Music Students to Give Recital
Public Relations News Release 1950:109, p.1
11/2/1950 Music stuents and one students from the College campus school will present the fourth student recital of the fall quarter in Gilchrist chapel. The musicians are students of Jane Birkhead, Rose Reugnitz and Henry Harris.
47 The second student piano recital of the fall quarter was presented in Gilchrist chapel Friday, October 20
Public Relations News Release 1950:76, p.1
10/18/1950 The five musicians who performed are students of Henry Harris, Russell N. Baum, and Rose L. Ruegnitz, assistant professors of music. The students and their selections are listed.
48 Student pianists to give recital
Public Relations News Release 1950:47, p.1
10/2/1950 The five musicians are students (listed) of Russell N. Baum and Henry Harris.
49 Sweet and Lowdown
Porter--Phyllis Marion (Class of 1950)
College Eye 41:34, p.3
7/7/1950 News about music on campus.
50 H. Harris to conduct own radio program
College Eye 41:32, p.3
6/23/1950 Will present "Piano Personalities" on WOI.


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