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Louis Riel / Harry Somers

File contains score, with inscription from composer to Feldbrill: "with boundless appreciation for performing miracles without which this score could not have been realized." File also contains typed pages with questions and notes about specific parts of the score, dated 2008. Victor Feldbrill conducted the premiere performance of the opera by the Canadian Opera Company on October 1967. He conducted another performance by the COC on October 1975.

Somers, Harry

Passacaglia and fugue : for orchestra / Harry Somers

File contains an annotated copy of the score. Victor Feldbrill conducted this piece at least twice: the world premiere by the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra (October 22, 1959), and a performance by the Shinsei Nihon Orchestra in Japan (September 14, 1984).

Somers, Harry

Serinette : a chamber opera in two acts / Harry Somers

File contains score, with inscription from the composer to Feldbrill, the 'Great Helmsman' (dated 1990). File also includes a contact sheet for the orchestra. It was commissioned by "Music at Sharon" at performed at the Sharon Temple in Sharon, Ontario.

Somers, Harry

Enkidu / Harry Somers

File contains score, with inscription from composer to Feldbrill. Victor Feldbrill conducted the premiere performance of this opera in December 1977.

Somers, Harry

Symphony no. 1 / Harry Somers

File contains score, with inscription from composer to Feldbrill. Victor Feldbrill conducted a few performances of this symphony: with the CBC Symphony Orchestra (April 1953); BBC Scottish Orchestra (July 1, 1957); CBC Symphony Orchestra (December 23, 1962); RCM Orchestra (April 15, 1988); and, with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (n.d.).

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The fool / Harry Somers

File contains the score for Harry Somers' The Fool, inscribed by the composer to Feldbrill, and a copy of the recording schedule for this piece at RCA Victor Studios (Montreal). The RCA Victor recording (1969) features Patricia Rideout, the Queen; Roxolana Roslak, the Lady-in-waiting; David Astor, the Fool; Maurice Brown, the King; and, Victor Feldbrill, conductor.

Somers, Harry