Fonds 1592 - Carl Morey fonds

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UTA 1592


Carl Morey fonds


  • 1974-1993 (Creation)

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0.07 m of textual records (1 box)

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Carl Morey was a musicologist and teacher (born July 14, 1934 in Toronto, Ontario; died December 3, 2018 in Toronto). He received his Associate of the Royal Conservatory of Toronto (ARCT) in 1953, Bachelor of Music (University of Toronto) in 1957, Master of Music (Indiana University) in 1961, and PhD (Indiana University) in 1965. He taught at Wayne State University, Detroit (1962-1963), the University of Windsor (1964-1970, head 1967-1970), and the University of Toronto (1977-2000). Morey was Dean of the Faculty of Music and chairman of the Graduate Department of Music at the University of Toronto from 1984-1990. In 1991, he was appointed as the Jean A. Chalmers professor of Canadian music and director of the faculty’s Institute of Canadian Music.

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Correspondence, notes, memoranda, minutes of meetings and reports documenting the activities of Professor Carl Morey in the Faculty of Music, including the Faculty's Curriculum Review Task Force, 1974-1975; the discontent in the Department of History and Literature (Musicology), 1974-1976; the campaign to remove Paul Peterson from the deanship of the Faculty of Music, 1990-1992; and the Provostial Committee on the Governance of the Faculty of Music, 1992-1993. With covering notes by Carl Morey.

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