File MS-5-19, Box 1, Folder 10 - Philip Glass : From New York to Nova Scotia

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Philip Glass : From New York to Nova Scotia

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MS-5-19, Box 1, Folder 10

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  • November 16, 1981 - November 17, 1989 (Creation)

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58 pages ; 13.8 x 21.2 cm and larger

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File contains documents regarding the creation of the Rock Meets Bone episode titled "From New York to Nova Scotia" with Philip Glass, which aired on November 17, 1989. The episode features an interview and music from Glass in Cape Breton. Materials include handwritten production and interview notes, an introduction, praise and awards, a discography, and newspaper articles about Glass.

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Writing on the front of the original folder says "Philip Glass: From New York to Nova Scotia. This acclaimed composer wrote much of his opera, theatre and film music during his past twenty summers on the seacoast of Cape Breton. With excerpts from his 'portrait operas'," and "(9) Nov. 17, 1989"

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