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-10, -55 Map of Brazil

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'C' miscellaneous correspondence

File contains correspondence between Elisabeth Mann Borgese and the following individuals: Sanjay Chaturvedi; Richard V. Carter; Dr. Hans Corell; Lucien Chabason (on the Regional Seas Programme); Krista Singleton-Cambage; Peter Cramer (concerning Thomas Mann); Pietro Carrigliol; Kevin Coady (concerning the death of one of Mann Borgese's dogs); Christopher Corkett (critiquing one of Mann Borgese's talks); Aldo Chircop; Dr. Edward Carr; Senator Alan Cranston; Christo and Jean Claude (outgoing only, includes prints of various art installations); Liara Covert; Winifred Caponigri; Rideau Hall; Pluto Press; Senator Alan Cranston; Ignacio Perez Caldentey; Fernando Henrique Cardoso (President of Brazil); Sergio D. Claure; Dr. Maria della Costa; Richard V. Carter; Erksine Childers; Professor Jonathan Charney; Judge Maurice Caruana Curran (Chancellor of University of Malta); Arthur H. Campeau; H. Reuben Cohen (Chancellor of Dalhousie); Elisabeth Cyran; Hon. David Coore; Ana Luisa Cortez; Frederick Clairmonte; Ingvar Carlsson (Prime Minister of Sweden); and others. Also includes copies of the following papers: "The Training Programme of the International Ocean Institute" by Elisabeth Mann Borgese; "Professionalization of the Field of Marine Affairs" by Aldo Chircop; "NATO's War of Aggression Against Yugoslavia: An Overview by Michel Chessudovsky. Some correspondence may be personal.

Bachianas Brasilieras no. 3 : [conductor's score]

Item is a copy of an autograph version of Heitor Villa-Lobos' Bachianas Brasileiras No. 3, including performance notes. The score was reproduced and bound by Independent Music Publishers of New York City.

Villa-Lobos, Heitor

Brazil and Sudan

File is an audio reel containing an episode of Wired for Freedom, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode features Brazil, and an amputation in Sudan. The episode was recorded on May 7, 1988, and was broadcasted on May 10, 1988.

Brazil's rainforests and the spirit of the west

File is an audio reel containing an episode of Earth Action, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode features an interview with Jose Lutzenberger, a Brazilian environmentalist who became famous for defending the environment during the time of military government in Brazil. It also involves Adrienne Scott of the Latin American Information Group (LAIG). The episode aired on November 19, 1987, and was rebroadcasted on February 29, 1988 at 5:30.

Brazilian rain forests with Jose Lutzenberger

File is an audio reel that contains an episode of The Latin Quarter. This episode is on Brazilian rain forests with Jose Lutzenberger. It aired November 17, 1987 and was rebroadcast April 19, 1988 and July 5, 1988 on The Evening Affair, CKDU's evening public affairs program.

Brochure for Independent World Commission on the Oceans

File contains an informational and promotional brochure for the Independent World Commission on the Oceans (IWCO). Includes reproductions of children's drawings of the ocean. Brochure also contains background information (in French) on the Commission and it's membership, and on the second plenary session to be held in Rio de Janerio (July 1996).

Capoeira of Brazil

File is an audio reel containing an episode of Black Cultural Centre Presents, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode is on capoeira, a Brazilian martial art developed by slaves and former slaves. The episode aired May 10, 1990 and was rebroadcasted May 15, 1990.

Concerto for piano and orchestra : [performance guidelines]

File includes liner notes, recording timing notes, and notes for corrections to the score, all for the recording of Heitor Villa-Lobos' first piano concerto. The liner notes were written by Ralph Gustafson, a friend of Villa-Lobos and Ellen Ballon, to whom the concerto is dedicated and who performed the concerto for its recording in 1948. The concerto was written in Rio de Janeiro in 1945. The file includes directions for transcribing Villa-Lobos' piano concerto from the records of its American premiere in Dallas, Texas with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Antal Dorati.

Concerto para piano e orquestra

Subseries contains scores and parts for Villa-Lobos's first piano concerto, dedicated to Ellen Ballon. It includes the autograph manuscript, copies of the manuscript, a two-piano reduction of the concerto, and parts for each of the orchestral instruments (piccolo, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, English horn, 2 clarinets, bass clarinet, 2 bassoons, contrabassoon, 4 horns, 3 trumpets, 4 trombones, tuba, timpani, tam-tam, triangle, bass drum, harp, strings). The concerto premiered on October 11, 1946 at the Teatro Municipal in Rio de Janeiro, featuring Ellen Ballon as the piano soloist with Heitor Villa-Lobos conducting the Orquestra do Teatro Municipal. The score and orchestral parts were presumably used at the premiere performance as well as a few subsequent performances, indicated on several of the individual instrumental parts.

Villa-Lobos, Heitor

Concerto para piano e orquestra : celesta

Item is the celesta part for Heitor Villa Lobos' first piano concerto, dedicated to Ellen Ballon. The part was copied by Fran Averede. The instrumentation has been crossed out in pencil and re-labelled "harpa" (harp).
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