9 Archival description results for Conductors (Music)
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- CA ACU SPC F0116
Fonds consists of correspondence and contracts; notebooks; manuscript scores of vocal, choral, instrumental, chamber, orchestral and electronic works; manuscripts of articles and program notes; concert programs and promotional material; newsclippings of articles and reviews, as well as scrapbook, 1949-1961, tracing a. lanza's musical career; photographs; sound recordings, film and videocassette featuring performances of a. lanza's works; material relating to Electronic Music Studio, McGill University, and to teaching; sound recordings of others' music; recorded interviews with a. lanza and a. lanza interviewing others; and miscellaneous material. Also includes draft of Pamela Jones's biography of a. lanza.
- CA ACU SPC F0185
Fonds consists of manuscript scores of compositions, adaptations and arrangements by B. Steinberg, correspondence, programs, posters, newspaper clippings, contracts, radio scripts, reviews, published works, material relating to B. Steinberg's activities as composer/scholar-in-residence, lecturer, conductor, etc., and sound recordings.
- CA ACU SPC F0194
- [ca. 1910-1985]
Fonds consists of correspondence; manuscript scores of compositions for organ, piano, violin and piano, chorus, and solo voice; programs for various recitals and concerts, some relating to Eunice M. Coutts; newsclippings of articles about G. Coutts; scrapbook; and published work.
- CA ACU SPC F0058
Fonds consists of variety of materials spanning majority of Howard Cable's professional life including: correspondence; financial materials such as budgets, payroll sheets, and account statements; royalty statements and contracts (some with riders); manuscript sketches and scores as well as published scores of works composed, co-authored, or arranged by Howard Cable including those based on Canadian folk music and those used in large-scale productions such as Canadian National Exhibition Grandstand shows and General Motors automobile shows; scripts and playlists for Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio and television programmes as well as theatrical productions; programmes, promotional material and newsclippings related to productions or performances in which Howard Cable participated; administrative materials (e.g., meeting minutes, proposals, etc.) concerning professional associations or committees with which Howard Cable was involved; academic programmes and other materials related to courses or clinics taught by Howard Cable; some graphical materials such as technical drawings concerning stage schematics for Sea to Sea, Expo 67 and Canada Day shows in particular; photographs primarily relating to major productions with which Howard Cable was involved such as CNE Grandstand show Sea to Sea; and sound recordings of works that Howard Cable either composed or produced. MsC 300 consists of five orchestral parts/arrangements of popular songs by Howard Cable.
- CA ACU SPC F0100
Fonds consists of business and personal correspondence; manuscripts, ranging from sketches to master scores, of compositions for voice, chorus, orchestra and various chamber ensembles; manuscripts of articles and lectures; programs and newsclippings of articles about concerts featuring K. Bissell's works; published works; sound recordings of works by K. Bissell and others; and videotape of K. Bissell's retirement reception.
- CA ACU SPC F0182
Fonds consists of records related to the professional and personal life of Malcolm Forsyth that reveal the many aspects of his career as music composer and arranger, conductor and music director, educator, and scholar. The fonds is arranged into seven record series: Music Composing series consisting of music sketches and scores composed by Forsyth, and other records related to his compositions (1960-2010); Music Arranging series consisting of music sketches and scores arranged by Forsyth, and related material (1960-2011); Music Business series consisting of records related to the business and administrative aspects of Forsyth’s music career (1957-2010); Other Musical Activities series consisting of sound recordings of Forsyth’s works, sound recordings of interviews with him, records related to his teaching, conducting, and adjudicating activities, and concert programs of his works (1961-2010); Scholarship series consisting of records related to Forsyth’s music education and his academic career (1960-2000); Personal series consisting of biographies, curriculum vitae, photographs, and art sketches (1960-2010); and Correspondence series consisting of professional and personal correspondence (1967-2011).
- CA ACU SPC F0122
Fonds consists of manuscripts ranging from preliminary work and sketches to full scores. Includes orchestral, chamber and solo music. Compositions represented include Notturno for string orchestra, opus 29, Musica post prandia, opus 31, Sinfonia concertante, opus 34, and Escalations for harpsichord, opus 41.
- CA ACU SPC C0035
Fonds consists of notes and models of three fascicles from Missa Ave Regina Caelorum by Guillaume Dufay, Missa L'Amy Baudichon and Missa L'Homme Armé by Josquin des Prés realized by students Susan Baines and Joanne B. Pickell and presented at a musicological conference in Calgary in 1986.
- CA ACU SPC F0183
Fonds consists of correspondence, contracts, newsclippings and other miscellaneous material, chiefly relating to Canadian Broadcasting Corporation music programs produced by S.I. Glick; manuscripts of CBC radio scripts of music programs produced by S.I. Glick; manuscript sketches and scores of instrumental, orchestral and vocal works; sound recordings of a variety of music including compositions by S.I. Glick; conference papers; concert programs; and awards. Fonds also includes two appendices. MsC 313 consists of 15 audiocassettes which are amateur recordings of S.I. Glick rehearsing and teaching (1994-2001) the Kol Shira Choir of Beth Tikvah Synagogue. MsC 316 consists of an audiocassette recording of a tribute to S.I. Glick broadcast on CBC Radio, April 22, 2002.
Glick, Srul Irving