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Merrill--Barzille Winfred (Music Faculty)

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Title Date Summary
101 Miscellaneous jokes
Old Gold 0:0, p.269
6/1/1912 Jokes.
102 Schillerverein
Old Gold 0:0, p.232
6/1/1912 Roster of officers and members.
103 Last issue
College Eye 2:33, p.4
5/29/1912 College Eye says good-bye; thanks those who assisted with the newspaper.
104 Nikisch and the London Symphony Orchestra
Merrill--Barzille Winfred (Music Faculty)
College Eye 1:27, p.4
5/1/1912 Professor Merrill reviews a recent performance.
105 Professor B. W. Merrill
College Eye 1:25, p.7
4/17/1912 Along with Roy V. Coffey, C. A. Fullerton, and Adolph Kramer, will attend the London Symphony Orchestra in Des Moines on Thursday.
106 B. W. Merrill
College Eye 1:23, p.7
4/3/1912 Returned from Rochester, Minnesota.
107 Miss Riggs
College Eye 1:22, p.5
3/27/1912 Visited Mrs. Merrill in Rochester.
108 We regret to note
College Eye 1:22, p.5
3/27/1912 Mrs. B. W. Merrill is in the hospital in Rochester, Minnesota.
109 Athletic benefit makes big hit; entertainment Friday evening was well patronized
College Eye 1:19, p.1
2/21/1912 Included music and drama.
110 Department of orchestral instruments; B. W. Merrill, director
College Eye 1:19, p.7
2/21/1912 Professor Merrill comments that simplified spelling of the word choir "quire" is an injustice.
111 Department of orchestral instruments; B. W. Merrill, Director
College Eye 1:17, p.2
2/7/1912 Preview of the recital; schedule of performers and their work.
112 Mid-winter play makes big hit; work was of a high order.
College Eye 1:16, p.1
1/31/1912 Review of "The Girl from Montana".
113 Our orchestra; an appreciation
College Eye 1:13, p.3
1/10/1912 Praise for the work of Professor Merrill and the College Orchestra.
114 Department of orchestral instruments; the attitude of the performer
College Eye 1:12, p.6
12/16/1911 Professor Merrill comments on how the attitude of a performer is a critical aspect of a performance.
115 Department of orchestral instruments
Merrill--Barzille Winfred (Music Faculty)
College Eye 1:9, p.6
11/8/1911 Professor Merrill comments on different ways to "hear" music
116 Faculty entertains seniors; annual reception given in Gymnasium Friday evening
College Eye 1:9, p.8
11/8/1911 Faculty receives seniors; enjoys musical presentation.
117 Department of orchestral instruments
Merrill--Barzille Winfred (Music Faculty)
College Eye 1:8, p.2
11/1/1911 Professor Merrill comments on the importance of reliability when entering music careers.
118 Declamatory contest
College Eye 1:6, p.8
10/18/1911 Helen Smith received first place in campus oratorical contest.
119 Department of orchestral instruments; B. W. Merrill--director; a few thoughts on practice
Merrill--Barzille Winfred (Music Faculty)
College Eye 1:5, p.2
10/12/1911 Gives advice to those practicing their music lessons.
120 The Dream Song
Frampton--John Ross (Music Faculty)
College Eye 1:3, p.5
9/27/1911 Review of Professor Merrill's composition.
121 Orchestral Department
Old Gold 0:0, p.32
6/1/1911 Enrollment in music instruction; programs for recent performances; photo.
122 Last Thursday morning
College Eye 1:11, p.193
5/31/1911 Mrs. W. Merrill entertained a group of ladies at her home.
123 Kansas debate banquet
College Eye 1:8, p.142
5/10/1911 After the debate with Kansas, a banquet was served in honor of the winning team.
124 Orchestra concert
College Eye 1:3, p.50
4/5/1911 The thirty member college orchestra will give their Annual Spring Concert.
125 Orchestral concert a success; solo numbers please
Normal Eyte 21:21, p.365
2/22/1911 The Orchestral Department gave their second annual recital; roster of performers and their work.
126 Mr. Merrill
Normal Eyte 21:16, p.286
1/18/1911 Unable to meet with students, confined to his home because of illness.
127 Prof. Bruno Steindel
Normal Eyte 21:5, p.86
10/5/1910 Was a guest of Professor Merrill.
128 The recital given by Bruno Steindel
Normal Eyte 21:5, p.84
10/5/1910 A recital was given with the help of Professors Frampton and Merrill.
129 Bruno Steindel will give concert
Normal Eyte 21:4, p.68
9/28/1910 Professors Merrill and Frampton will perform with him.
130 Official Notes
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Normal Eyte 21:4, p.55
9/28/1910 Changes in faculty appointments and assignments; new tennis courts and sewing machines added; many faculty on program for upcoming teacher association meeting; hope to extend millage tax; new classification scheme for colleges.
131 Official Notes
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Normal Eyte 21:2, p.18
9/14/1910 Changes in assignments for Professors Fullerton and Merrill; Alice M. Heinz appointed to staff; Domestic Science Laboratory enlarged; great demand for manual training teachers.
132 Chresto open session
Old Gold 0:0, p.114
6/1/1910 Program for the Chresto open session with playbill for "A Mothers' Meeting"; photo.
133 Department of Instrumental Music
Old Gold 0:0, p.24
6/1/1910 Photos of the Faculty.
134 Music
Chase--Alida (Class of 1911)
Old Gold 0:0, p.253
6/1/1910 Information about the different music clubs and organizations on campus; includes group photos and information about programs.
135 Music and the May Festival; connection between good music and the festival is discussed by member of musical faculty
Merrill--Barzille Winfred (Music Faculty)
Normal Eyte 20:35, p.579
6/1/1910 Professor Merrill writes about the history of music in Iowa and the strength and influence of the ISTC Spring Music Festival.
136 The Teachers Almanac
Willson--Dixie (Class of 1910)
Old Gold 0:0, p.317
6/1/1910 Creative works and photos of the happenings of Iowa State Teachers College
137 Seniors are entertained; faculty gives pleasing reception to graduating class; special program is rendered
Normal Eyte 20:34, p.566
5/25/1910 Seniors and faculty greet one another; enjoy music.
138 Official
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Normal Eyte 20:26, p.428
3/30/1910 Brief Commencement week schedule; contractor putting roof on new Library; Lecture Committee has done fine work; committee assignments for Parish funeral; literary society work must be protected..
139 Awful wreck occurs; Professor L. W. Parish loses life in recent railroad catastrophe at Gladbrook
Normal Eyte 20:25, p.412
3/23/1910 Description of the wreck; Professor Parish survived the wreck, but died shortly after being removed.
140 Gym exhibition pleases; first of annual programs is a success; men's exhibit occurs next Saturday
Normal Eyte 20:23, p.391
3/2/1910 Description of the demonstration.
141 Physical training exhibition; annual display of regular class work in women's department will be made
Normal Eyte 20:22, p.373
2/23/1910 Lengthy program for the women's exhibition.
142 Orchestra concert a success; local musicians give extraordinary entertainment; solo numbers please
Normal Eyte 20:20, p.332
2/9/1910 A review of the orchestra concert; performance program.
143 The orchestra
Normal Eyte 20:20, p.336
2/9/1910 Gave a concert in New Hartford.
144 Chrestos delight public; audience is delighted with splendid two-part program; farce scores hit
Normal Eyte 20:19, p.313
2/2/1910 A review of the Chresto performance of "A Mother's Meeting".
145 Orchestra to give concert; organization of thirty pieces makes debut in first local concert of year
Normal Eyte 20:19, p.315
2/2/1910 Performance program.
146 Last open session for year; Chrestos will appear in interesting program Friday evening; clever farce prepared
Normal Eyte 20:18, p.299
1/26/1910 Performance program; will present one scene farce.
147 Professor B. W. Merrill
Normal Eyte 20:12, p.212
12/4/1909 Spent his vacation in Chicago.
148 Great violinist to play; Maud Powell to give a concert in auditorium, Friday evening; music lovers delighted.
Normal Eyte 20:11, p.188
11/17/1909 Performance preview; photo.
149 Commencement concerts
Normal Eyte 20:0, p.8
6/12/1909 Performance program.
150 Department of Instrumental Music
Old Gold 0:0, p.30
6/1/1909 Instructors; photo.


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