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- CA ACU SPC F0053
Fonds consists of correspondence, photographs, notes and miscellaneous materials relating to German and Austrian writers and composers.
- CA ACU SPC F0127
Fonds consists of radio scripts for CJAY 92FM jazz program Jazz Space (April 3, 1981 - March 8, 1987) and Jazz Spectrum (March 15, 1987 - September 1, 1991). Also includes ten notebooks with notes on jazz recording albums considered for review in J. Reid's column in Calgary Sun newspaper as well as several record catalogues.
Reid, John (Musician)
- CA ACU SPC F0184
Fonds consists of manuscripts ranging from preliminary work and sketches to full scores. Includes orchestral, chamber, choral, vocal and operatic music. Composer's program notes for some compositions and photonegatives of some scores are present. Compositions represented include among others Lustro (a triptych comprising Divan i Shams i Tabriz, Music for the Morning of the World and Beyond the Great Gate of Light), Son of Heldenleben, Canzoni for Prisoners, Minnelieder, Sappho, Gita, Requiems for the Party Girl (from Patria II), television opera Loving, The darkly splendid earth, The falcon's trumpet, Gitanjali and Music for a Montreal solstice. Also includes programs, brochures, pamphlets, posters, publicity, reviews, articles and other newsclippings relating to R.M. Schafer and/or his work and lectures, workshops and symposia in which he participated.
Schafer, R. Murray
- 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 C0027
Fonds consists of framed page of music score, concert and conference programmes, newsclippings and sound recordings.
Eckhardt-Gramatté, S. C. (Sophie-Carmen)
- 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.