File 23 - Hide and Seek (2001) Roughs and Lyrics

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CA OTUFM 40-A-23

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Hide and Seek (2001) Roughs and Lyrics

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  • 2001 (Creation)

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Textual Records

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(1945-2007)

Archival history

Material was arranged by Doug Riley's family following his death in 2007 and was then donated to the University of Toronto Music Library in 2011. In 2016 the material was accessioned and a finding aid created. Materials were left in the order which they were in when presented to the University of Toronto Music Library.

Immediate source of acquisition or transfer

Material donated to the University of Toronto Music Library by Doug Riley's son under the authorisation of his (Riley's son's) mother.

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Scope and content

File includes the script of Hide and Seek (A Game of Human Spirit) by Diane Dupuy. Also includes manuscript sheet music, lead sheets, and printed lyrics. Titles include Rattle My Bones; Xmas Waltz; Can't You Feel The Magic; Hope by Doug Riley; Hide and Seek; Love Is by Amy Sky; Touch by Amy Sky and Steven MacKinnon; It Don't Mean A Thing; Pedal To The Beat (4 possibilities); On A Party Ride lyrics by J.D. Ibay; Can't You Feel The Magic; I Just It Love word by Jeff Buttler music by Doug Riley; Hustle and Bustle.

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The original order that the material was presented in has been maintained.

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No restrictions of access

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Copyright is retained by the artist.

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