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John Hawkins fonds
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Letters and printouts of emails from correspondents

File contains correspondence from the following, divided into four folders:

  • Folder 1: Michael Albano; Doreen Allison Ryan; Istvan Anhalt; Cindy Babyn; Bob Becker; John Beckwith; Mary Bella; Dylan Benson; JoAnne Bentley; Robert Birgeneau; Stephen Chenette; George Crumb; Eric Domville; Kondrad Eisenbichler; Timothy Findlay; Charles Foreman; Timothy Francom; Pierrette Froment-Savoie; John (Greer ?); James Grier
  • Folder 2. Doreen Hall; Barbara Hannigan; Fred D. Hinger; Syd Hodkinson; Guy Huot (Canadian Music Council); Michael I. Kim; Lubka Kolessa; Gary Kulesha; John B. Lawson; Ralph Lindheim; Alasdair MacLean; Timothy McGee; Oskar Morawetz; David Myska
  • Folder 3. Bruce Mather
  • Folder 4. Donna Orwin (Tolstoy Studies Journal); Paul Pedersen; Eugene Plawutsky; Erik Ross; Clare Scholtz; (Pierre Souvairan ?); Peter Stoll; Cathy Stone; Richard Truhlar (Canadian Music Centre); Bruce Ubukata; Cameron Walter; and Christopher Wilson.

Printouts of emails and copies of letters addressed to recipients

File contains correspondence with the following individuals: Atis Bankas; Christopher Barnes; David Beach; Sterling Beckwith; Stephen Chenette; Barry Cole; Robin Engelman; Globe and Mail; Ian Grundy; Christos Hatzis; Sally Holton; Gary Kulesha; Matthew Leigh; Wade Li (Canadian Music Centre); Elizabeth Loewen; Don MacLean; New Yorker; Mary Ann Parker; Dennis Patrick; Stephen Ralls; Barry Shiffman; Scott St. John; Jeffrey Stokes; Peter Stoll; Carolyn Tuohy; Richard Truhlar; Brian Vincent; Jenny Wakeling (Spiritus Chamber Choir); and, Robert Woolfrey.

Buffalo jump

File is a video recording of a performance by John Kim Bell, narrator; Randy Glynn Dance Project; John Hawkins, piano; Lawrence Cherney, oboe; Peter Schenkman, violoncello; Trevor Tureski, percussion; and John Greer, conductor.

The first fable

File is a video recording of a performance by Gerard Parkes, narrator; Ingrid Attrot, soprano; and, Norine Burgess, mezzo soprano.

The first fable

File is a video recording of a performance by Maureen McRae, narrator; Adrianne Pieczonka, soprano; Jean Stilwell, mezzo-soprano; Felix Mirbt, Barbara Poggemiller, Jane Tataryn, performers; Lawrence Cherney,oboe; Russell Hartenberger, percussion; Peter Schenkman, violoncello; and John Hawkins, piano.

John Hawkins, piano

File is an audio recording of a concert by John Hawkins, where he performed the following: Five pieces by George Crumb; Celebration by William Douglas; Sonata in A flat by Haydn; and, Piano sonata by Elliott Carter.

Recordings of compositions by John Hawkins

File includes the following compositions: Summerdances (first performance); No stronger than a flower (performed by the Trinity College Chapel Choir); no man, if men are gods… (first performance); and, 4 Chansons de Don Quichotte.

Teaching materials

File contains the following: MUS 4615 musical examples, exercises and tests 2003; MUS 3218 teaching materials 2004; Notes on 20th-century works, 1971-2000; TMU 101 exercises and tests 1989-2000; TMU 110 exercises and tests 1990-1995; TMU 200 musical examples, exercises and tests 1986-1989; TMU 201 exercises and tests 1986-2000; TMU 203 exercises 1987; TMU 220 exercises and tests 2000; TMU 302 exercises and tests 1971-2003; and, TMU 314 musical examples and exercises.

Biographical documents

File includes John Hawkins's Birth and baptism certificate; High school diploma; Basel Musik-Akademie certificate; notebook (1985-1991); passport; McGill diploma (1968); Conservatoire du Québec Prix (1967); snapshots, school photos, early portraits; and, performance photographs.

Program notes

File contains program notes by John Hawkins for the following: The Cicada’s song to the sun; Dance, improvisation and song; Dance variations; Eight movements for flute, clarinet; Etudes for two pianos; Five pieces for piano; Light to dark; Music for an imaginary musical; No stronger than a flower; Quintet for winds; Spring song; Substance-of-we-feeling; Three archetypes; Trio for flute, violoncello, xylophone; Two pieces for orchestra; Two popular pieces; and Waves.

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