Christmann, Francis 2011-11-03

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This interview features Francis Christmann of Lubbock, Texas. Christmann talks about her experiences with both Allegro and the Lubbock Music Club. As such, Christmann discusses how these groups functioned in her life and the manner in which these groups have evolved over time. Christmann also talks about the structure of the groups and her involvement at local, state, and national levels.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Francis Crhistmann

Additional Parties Recorded: n/a

Date: November 3, 2011

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Elissa Stroman

Length: 01:28:19 (1 hour, 28 minutes)


Background; High school years; Early involvement in music clubs; Changes in club demographics; Children; Other music club involvement; Working way up in music clubs, roles held in the club; Club meetings, order, locations; Favorite programs; Current involvement; Federated aspect of the club, hierarchy and structure; Summer music camps; Changes in the process to become a club member; Singing in churches; Legacy of the clubs

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Access Information

Original Recording Format: born digital audio

Recording Format Notes: CD copy available in Reading Room

Transcript: found here:

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