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A British Empire patriotic concert : [script]

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.

A Loyalist celebration

File contains a program, notes and correspondence regarding a concert by the The Atlantic Camera Trio: "A Loyalist Celebration," a King's Friends Heritage Event, held at The New Brunswick Museum.

A Titanic memorial evening

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.

At the café Khyber

Item is a poster for the event featuring Pest (from Montreal); hip club groove; trailer park hip hop; Essen and kick'n from the start.

Centre for Art Tapes fonds

  • MS-3-46
  • Fonds
  • 1979-2005
Fonds consists of records created and collected by the Centre for Art Tapes between 1977 and 2005. Materials reflect the artist-run centre's diverse functions and activities. Records include correspondence, meeting minutes, photographs, scholarship applications, funding applications, posters, programs, CDs, DVDs, audio cassettes, exhibition catalogues, reports, financial statements, public service announcements, news releases, blueprints, agreements, workshop materials and programming information.

Centre for Art Tapes

Concert programs

File contains programs for the Atlantic Symphony Orchestra's 6th subscription concert; The Banff School Festival Ballet; Scotia Festival's Conductors in Concert; Banff School Festival Orchestra, and St. Matthew Passion, sung by The Dalhousie Chorale.

Concerts in historic settings

File contains records about the Heritage Trust's concert series, for which Stephen Pedersen was musical director, including a 1979 annual report of the Heritage Trust; small posters; and a newspaper clipping. There are also notes and a script for An Evening with Adele Hugo in Halifax, and correspondence with Nimbus Publishing about the possibility of a book and cassette series based on the concert series.

Contact sheet of photographs of performance

Item is a contact sheet with thirty-two photographs of an unidentified performance. Several photographs show two artists performing on a stage with a projection of Ronald Reagan's face and the text "What Went Wrong? An Appraisal of Reagan's Foreign Policy."

Explaining art

Item is a set of two videos that documents a multi-media performance. In the performance, Clive Robertson dresses as Joseph Beuys while reading the news.

Robertson, Clive, 1946-

Halifax Explosion Memorial Evening

File contains notes, a script, correspondence, and newspaper clippings regarding a Halifax Explosion Memorial Evening held at St. George's Anglican Church, Halifax, with musical direction by Stephen Pedersen.

Hallelujah : series two, volume one : [television program]

Item is a video recording of the second series of Nova Scotia Mass Choir's television program, "Hallelujah," episodes fourteen to seventeen.

Episode fourteen features performances by Frank Mackay, Jackie Richardson, Jeremiah Sparks, and Novelee Buchan.

Episode fifteen features performances by the Holmes brothers, Jackie Richardson, Maryanne Boyd, and Novelee Buchan.

Episode sixteen features performances by Lorraine Klaasen, Jackie Richardson, Jeremiah Sparks, Joe Colley, and Novelee Buchan.

Episode seventeen features performances by Hart Rouge, Jackie Richardson, Jeremiah Sparks, Eileen Joyce, Novelee Buchan, Linda Carvery, and Michael Bailey.

Hallelujah : series two, volume three : [television program]

Item is a video recording of the second series of Nova Scotia Mass Choir's television program, "Hallelujah," episodes twenty-two to twenty-five.

Episode twenty-two features performances by Jackie Richardson, Wallace Smith, the Gospel Heirs Quartet, Rose Fraser, Linda Carvery, and Maryanne Boyd.

Episode twenty-three features recordings of performances by Mavis Staples, Jackie Richardson, Lela Coles, and Novelee Buchan.

Episode twenty-four includes performances by Jackie Richardson, Doug Mallory, Raylene Rankin, Linda Carvery, and Novelee Buchan.

Episode twenty-five includes performances by Jackie Richardson, Muzzy, Joe Colley, Jeremiah Sparks, Michael Bailey, and Novelee Buchan.

Hallelujah : series two, volume two : [television program]

Item is a video recording of the second series of Nova Scotia Mass Choir's television program, "Hallelujah," episodes eighteen to twenty-one.

Episode eighteen features performances by Joe Sealy, Jackie Richardson, Linda Carvery, and Novelee Buchan.

Episode nineteen features performances by Martha Reeves, Jackie Richardson, Jeremiah Sparks, Michael Bailey, and Novelee Buchan.

Episode twenty features performances by Giselle Cunningham, Shane Colley, Jamie Sparks, Oren Williams, Jackie Richardson, and Novelee Buchan.

Episode twenty-one features performances by David Sereda, Jackie Richardson, and Linda Carvery.

Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia concert scores

File contains published music scores used in Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia concerts, which were performed in historic settings. Scores include Sweet Polka Kiss; H.M.S. Pinafore; Polonaise from "Maignon"; Minute Waltz; We Sail the Ocean Blue; and El Capitan. There is also a handwritten score for Dickens in North America, with music by Stephen Pedersen and lyrics by Mark DeWolf. It was first performed in the Red Room, Province House, on August 24, 1979.

In a Drunken Stupor

Item is an audio recording of 'In a Drunken Stupor,' a performance by Clive Robertson presented on February 29, 1984 at the Treasure Cove Lounge in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia as part of the 1984 Audio by Artists Festival. This solo performance about domestic violence and war premiered in 1983 for Syntax, Calgary and widely performed across the artist-run centre network between 1983 and 1985. The performance has a backing track of read texts, sound effects, and music ending with the song, "What Can A Man Say?." The texts are read by Janet Martin, Lisa Steele, Lisa Wyndels, Carole Conde, Joyce Mason and Lillian Allen.

Robertson, Clive, 1946-

Loyalist concerts

File contains records—including multiple drafts of scripts, production and administrative notes, and programs—for Loyalist Gala concerts held in Middleton, NS, and Saint John, NB. File also contains an information folder from the Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia containing brochures and a newsletter.

Trotsky in Halifax

File contains notes and scores for a Trotsky in Halifax concert, including scores for Trotsky Medley; Tipperary; L'internationale; Visions Fugitive III; Adele's Theme; La Marseillaise; Solidarity Song; Glutton Waltz; Ich Habe gelerent; and Auprès de ma blonde.

United empire loyalist show scores

File contains scores used in Atlantic Camera Trio's concert "A Loyalist Celebration," as well as a copy of The Griffin, a publication of the Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia.