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Chautauqua By Don L. Bell
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The first published book by Don L. Bell. Written in 1990, this book provides insight into a man forged in religion, but reformed by science, logic and life.
Chautauqua Orchestra Sketches 2009 By Lauralynn White
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A collection of pen and ink drawings of the orchestras at Chautauqua by Lauralynn White during the summer of 2009.
Chautauqua Sketchbook 2009 By Lauralynn White
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This book is almost a page for page copy of my sketchbook recording the summer of 2009 as a member of the Chuatauqua community. It was not originally intended for publication. It is my version of a... More > journal. Everyday as I criss-crossed the Institution grounds, I sketched the events and took a few notes. Occasionally someone would ask to see my book. I would oblige. Many times I was asked if the drawings were for sale. The originals are not. The sketchbook is a tool for me. Drawing every day, constantly trying to catch movement in line, has become a most challenging and enjoyable exercise. Many people showed an acute interest in my obsessive drawing of the ballet and orchestra, so I was just going to publish those.. But every time I tried to edit out a page, it seemed wrong, so I decided to publish the book in it’s entirety, imperfections and all. I hope lifelong Chautauquans and new visitors alike will experience Chautauqua through new eyes.< Less
Ethel Morton at Chautauqua By Mabell S. C. (Mabell Shippie Clarke) Smith
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My Dakota Chautauqua Journal By Roland Trenary
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journal that can be used for just about any purpose, but especially for creative writing, and particularly song writing
Chautauqua’s Hostess: Winnie of the Wensley House By Wendy Lewellen
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Chautauqua’s Hostess: Winnie of the Wensley House By Wendy Lewellen Winnie Lewellen served as hostess at worldfamous Chautauqua Institution’s Wensley House for three decades. The... More > nine-room guest house provided accommodations for the best and the brightest who provided the program for this cultural and recreational mecca in upstate New York. This book, written by Winnie’s daughter, Wendy Lewellen, draws from her mother’s thirty-year accumulation of photographs and memorabilia. Winnie died unexpectedly in 2006 before she got around to writing the memoir she always intended to craft. Wendy shares in its stead, this contribution to the celebrity-saturated history of the Wensley House, of Chautauqua Institution, and of Chautauqua County. Proceeds from this labor of love will finance the Winnie Lewellen Memorial Scholarship at the high school where she taught Latin and English in nearby Bemus Point, New York.< Less
Brass Chamber Music in Lyceum and Chautauqua By Raymond David Burkhart
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This study of brass chamber music in lyceum and chautauqua fills a lacuna in brass history. It explores the forgotten phenomenon of the many chamber brass ensembles that entertained millions of... More > Americans from coast to coast from 1877 to 1939 and presents histories of sixty-one ensembles that performed music for brass trio, brass quartet, brass quintet, and brass sextet for lyceum and chautauqua audiences. The author also writes about the large repertoire of music for small brass ensembles that he discovered was published in America from 1875 through the 1920s. This First American Chamber Brass School is discussed in one of five overviews of the principal eras in brass chamber music history that form the most comprehensive history of brass chamber music written in fifty years. Hardbound.< Less
Brass Chamber Music in Lyceum and Chautauqua By Raymond David Burkhart
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This study of brass chamber music in lyceum and chautauqua fills a lacuna in brass history. It explores the forgotten phenomenon of the many chamber brass ensembles that entertained millions of... More > Americans from coast to coast from 1877 to 1939 and presents histories of sixty-one ensembles that performed music for brass trio, brass quartet, brass quintet, and brass sextet for lyceum and chautauqua audiences. The author also writes about the large repertoire of music for small brass ensembles that he discovered was published in America from 1875 through the 1920s. This First American Chamber Brass School is discussed in one of five overviews of the principal eras in brass chamber music history that form the most comprehensive history of brass chamber music written in fifty years. Paperback.< Less
A HISTORY OF 17-FOSTER-AVE. Chautauqua, NY By Richard "Rick" Zuegel
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The Wounds of War: A Tale of Two Americas - Chautauqua 2010 By Eddie D. Wilcoxen
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The memory of the trying pivotal time in American history is brought to life as Civil War characters stories take you back in time to see the war from their perspectives. Wm Seward, Clara Barton,... More > Martin Delany, Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson and more tell about the joy and pain, about their life and times.< Less