Item is a recording from "3 for the Show" at the 1973 Nova Scotia Festival of the Arts. The recording includes two three-part inventions for alto flute and vibraphone; Fauré's Fantaisie, op. 79; Hindemith's Flute Sonata; and percussion pieces.
Item is a video recording of the Dalhousie Departments of Music and Theatre production of The Threepenny Opera by Bertolt Brecht with music by Kurt Weill, performed from 4 to 6 April 2002. The item is a recording of act II. The production was directed by Tara Patriquin and David Overton and produced by Dalhousie Theatre Department Productions and the Department of Music with musical direction by Lisa St. Clair. The production was staged at the Sir James Dunn Theatre.
File contains multiple copies of parts for Graham Collier's "4. Blue Monolith," some of them annotated: three concert parts; four guitar parts; two trumpet parts; three trombone parts; two alto baritone part; two tenor/bass clarinet parts; and three bass parts.
Item is the instructions for Norman Adams' improvisational composition, "6 of one," for performance by Adams (cello); Suzanne Lemieux (oboe); Jeff Reilly (bass clarinet and clarinet); and Paul Cram (tenor saxophone and clarinet). The composition has an approximate tonality of D and textual instructions regarding rhythm, entrances, intervallic relationships of parts, dynamics, range, and timbre.
File contains a script for the second concert of the fourth annual season of "Concerts in Historic Settings" of the Heritage Trust; the concert was held at University Hall, Acadia University. There is also a program for a Heritage Trust concert at St. George's Anglican Church, Halifax.
File contains two copies of a poster for a concert by the Halifax Camerata Singers in collaboration with Camerata Xara Young Women's Choir and John Hancock (CBC Radio National Sports Host), which took place at the First Baptist Church in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
File contains two copies of a poster for a concert by the Halifax Camerata Singers in collaboration with the Maritime Brass Quintet and John Hancock (CBC Radio National Sports Host), which took place at the First Baptist Church in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Item is a poster for a John Cage concert that is part of the program of events surrounding the exhibition 'Fluxus: a Conceptual Country.' This concert was held at Dalhousie Art Gallery on 7 April 1994.
Item is a manuscript of Edith J. Archibald's song for solo voice and piano in F Major entitled "A Nocturne," including the score and a separate typed sheet with the poem in English and French, also written by Archibald.
File contains two copies of a poster for a concert by the Halifax Camerata Singers in collaboration with Jeff Reilly on bass clarinet at the First Baptist Church in Halifax, Nova Scotia and the St. James United Church in Antigonish, Nova Scotia.
File contains a script and scores for A Titanic Memorial Evening, words compiled by Lorne Elkin Rozovsky and music compiled by Stephen A. Pedersen, presented by the Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia on July 12, 1978 at Saint David's Church, Halifax.
Item is a copy of a manuscript composition by Alan Hovhaness, inscribed to Ellen Ballon. The composition is based on an Armenian folktale and is comprised of two movements, each of which imitates Armenian instruments (tmpoog for the first movement and the kanoon and oud in the second movement).
Series contains records pertaining to the management of the Halifax Camerata Singers, including financial records, correspondence, minutes from meetings of the Board of Directors, and records relating to the plans for each concert season. The records are organized by concert season, starting with the inception of the Camerata Singers in 1986-1987.
Item is a poster for the African Nova Scotian Music Association's third annual awards show on November 11, 2000. The event featured Adrian Gough, Linda Carvery, Cindy Cain, Dutch Robinson, Marko Simmonds, Shane Colley, and musical group, Touch of Hope.
Item is a copy of Sandy Moore's "Aikata," written for any combination of instruments for an indefinite length of time. The composition is based on 11 cluster chords and 11 melodic tone rows, which can be performed in retrograde, inversion, or retroinversion. The 11 chords are taken from the given chords for the Sho, a Japanese mouth organ.
Item is a program for a concert featuring soprano Rosa Raisa, sponsored by the Dramatic Soprano Chicago Opera Association, accompanied by S. Smallens and the Boston Symphony Ensemble under the direction of Augusto Vannini.
File contains tenor saxophone and clarinet parts for the Paul Cram Orchestra's second Canadian tour in September 2001 in support of the band’s debut CD on the Victo Label: “Campin Out.” The group played Halifax, Ottawa (National Library of Canada), Guelph (Guelph Jazz Festival), Vancouver (Western Front), and Montreal (Sala Rossa). Works included are: "Trouble in Paradise"; "Kafka's Chair"; "Eye of the Storm"; "High Ground"; "Have a Heart"; "Tip of the Iceberg"; various works from "B flat Restaurant"; "March of the Philistines"; various works from "Thunder"; "Urban Desperado"; "Campin' Out"; "Life of Crime"; "Taiwanese Bootleg"; "Zebra Zone"; and "Immortal Coil."
File contains Curwen Edition's "An Eriskay Love Lilt (Gradh Geal Mo Chridh)." Melody and text by Mrs. Marjory Kennedy-Fraser, and arranged by Hugh S. Robertson. File also includes a printed page of lyrics by R. MacLeod.
File contains Anthony Pugh's handwritten analytical excerpts for the Manfred overture by Robert Schumann, Cariolan overture by Ludwig van Beethoven, Piano Concerto No.14 in E-flat major, K.449 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and an unidentified work by Johann Sebastian Bach. The file also includes programs for the Brunswick String Quartet and Valerie Tyron's Waater Baker Memorial Concert, both with program notes by Anthony Pugh.