Marshall, D'aun 1983-07-28

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D’aun Marshall discusses various music clubs and organizations in Lubbock.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: D'aun Marshall

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: July 28, 1983

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Jan Zimmerman

Length: 1 hour


Tape 1, Side 1: Became involved in clubs in 1940, Organization of Allegro Music Club, Growth of membership, Other music clubs, Music Appreciation Club, Texas Federation of Music Clubs, Directory, National Federation of Music Clubs, 50th Anniversary of Lubbock Music Club, Photographs discussed, D’aun Marshall musical scholarship, Photographs (again), Bill Harrod, Original involvement in Lubbock Symphony, Involvement of Allegro music club, Madrigal group at Texas Tech University, National convention: Kansas City, Missouri, Involvement of Allegro, Photographs (again), Past Presidents of Allegro, Mrs. Ernest Knox, Mrs. Croslyn playing for Symphony, Total performing membership early on, Children’s concerts with Symphony, Split profits between Symphony and Lubbock, Independent School District, Twilight Music Hour, Tech Scholarships, Allegro’s contribution, Photographs (again), William and D’aun Marshall, David Guine, Musician from Odessa.

Tape 1, Side 2: Mrs. Marshall, Lone Star District President (1970s), Duties, Piano at Lubbock Women’s Club, Benefit to put piano in officers’ club, Piano returned when base closed, Difference between two music clubs in Lubbock, Meeting times, Typical meeting, Program planning, Charitable contributions made by Allegro, Fund raising activities, Programs for club, Planning (again), Public performances no longer staged, Reasons, Recognition paid to Club, Bill Harrod (again), Background, Gathering musicians for Symphony, Music club members in Symphony, Lubbock Symphony, Local donors, Jimmy Allen’s service on Board of Directors, Music Club presidents on Symphony Board, Symphony Guild—evolution, Persons to contact for Symphony information, Mrs. Marshall’s connection to Tech Membership, Phi Epsilon, How Lubbock Symphony has survived, Attendance, Bill Harrod’s abilities as director, Programming, Tech Music Department, Expense of using Lubbock Civic Center, Children’s concerts (again), Music club membership, Exclusivity of Allegro, Membership capacity, Meeting places, Women’s Club, First Methodist Church production, Allegro’s connection with, Allegro’s courses of study, Variation, Opinion relative to teaching state song in schools, Reciprocity programs, Exchanges between district clubs, Junior clubs in Lubbock.

Range Dates: 1940-1983

Bulk Dates: 1940-1983

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