Item MS-2-26, Box 4, Folder 20 - Sonata for solo cello, third movement

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Sonata for solo cello, third movement

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Violet Archer

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MS-2-26, Box 4, Folder 20

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  • 1981 (Creation)
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    Archer, Violet
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    Item is a photocopy of Archer's manuscript. Date of photocopying and annotation by Anthony Pugh unknown.

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1 part (3 p.)

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(1913-2000)

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Dr. Violet Balestreri Archer is a distinguished Canadian composer. She wrote more than 280 compositions and was an active promoter of Canadian and twentieth-century music. She was born in Montreal, Quebec in 1913, lived most of her life in Edmonton, Alberta, and passed away on February 22, 2000 in Ottawa, Ontario.

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Item is a copy of the third movement from Violet Archer's Sonata for Solo Cello, annotated by Anthony Pugh.

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This items was originally included with the "Research and program notes pertaining to Canadian composers" (MS-2-26, Box 4, Folder 17).

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  • Box: MS-2-26, Box 4