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Sydney Hodkinson : Edward Johnson Building

File contains program notes, composers' biographies, and correspondence for a NMC concert on January 19, 1974. The concert took place at Edward Johnson Building, University of Toronto and featured guest conductor Sydney Hodkinson and guest composers Norma Beecroft, David Foley, Sydney Hodkinson, R. Murray Schafer, and Thorkell Sigurbjörnsson.

Nexus, John Keane, and Riki Turofsky : Walter Hall

File contains correspondence regarding the NMC concert on September 14, 1982, presented in coordination wit the Music Critics Association. The concert featured guest soloists Nexus, John Keane, and Riki Turofsky and composers Harry Freedman, Bruce Mather, John Oliver, and R. Murray Schafer.

University of Toronto Concert Choir

File consists of a recording of the concert, which took place in MacMillan Theatre.
Performers : University of Toronto Concert Choir ; Lloyd Bradshaw, conductor
Event details :

  • Trois Chansons / Maurice Ravel
  • To the Lands of Yonder / John Weinzweig
  • Miniwanka / R. Murray Schafer
  • Five Songs of the Newfoundland Outports

New music festival : choirs in concert : Snowforms

File consists of a recording of the concert.
Performers : MacMillan Singers ; Women's Chamber Choir ; Hilary Apfelstadt, conductor ; Frances Farrell, Tracy Wong, assistant conductors.
Event tracks :

  • Drop Thy Still Dews Of Quietness / Matt Gaskin
  • Süßer Friede / Aiden Hartery
  • Trois Chansons. Yver, vous n'estes qu'un villain / Claude Debussy
  • Six Chansons. En Hiver / Paul Hindemith
  • Un soir de neige / Francis Poulenc
  • Simple Songs for Modern Life. Lieu Commun ;Stuck in the past ; Tsukainasai / Gabriel Prokofiev
  • Snow by Morning / Joshua Shank
  • Snowforms / R. Murray Schafer
  • Winter Solstice / Paul Carey.

Composers :

  • Gaskin, Matt
  • Hartery, Aiden
  • Debussy, Claude, 1862-1918
  • Hindemith, Paul, 1895-1963
  • Poulenc, Francis, 1899-1963
  • Prokofiev, Gabriel
  • Shank, Joshua, 1980-
  • Schafer, R. Murray, 1933-
  • Carey, Paul, 1954-

Orchestra series : University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra

File consists of a recording of the concert, which took place at MacMillan Theatre.
Performers : University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra ; Raffi Armenian, music director, conductor ; Nexus, artists-in-residence ; Tany Ell, cello soloist ; Elizabeth Kuehn, graduate student conductor ; Misha Rohac, graduate student conductor ; Petar Dundjerski, graduate student conductor ; Melanie Paul Tanovich, graduate student conductor.
Event tracks :

  • Variations on a rococo theme / Tchaikovsky
  • Shadowman / R. Murray Schafer (world premiere)
  • Entry of the Gods into Valhalla ; magic fire music ; forest murmurs ; Siegfried's rhine journey / Wagner

Composers :

  • Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, 1840-1893
  • Schafer, R. Murray, 1933-
  • Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883

Correspondence

Series contains letters, cards, and correspondence, including letters from George Crumb; John Leberg; Witold Lutoslawski; R. Murray Schafer; Pierre Trudeau (2). Cards: Vera [Frenkel]; Michael [Snow] (2); Veronica Tennant; Grant [?]; and, David [?] (2). Series also contains autographed photographs from Elly Ameling and Philippe Entremont, and a photograph of Taussig with Natalia Granados (Barcelona, 1980).

Almost opera....

File consists of a recording of the concert.
Event tracks :

  • Arioso and Scherzo / Menotti, Gian Carlo, 1911-2007 (Samuel Bisson, cello ; Anthony Bacon, cello ; Katherine Dowling, piano)
  • Trio sonata / Harbison, John (Victoria Hong, oboe ; Candice Barnes, English horn ; Lance McMillan, bassoon)
  • Clarino quartet : in three movements / Zwillich, Ellen Taaffe, 1939- (Alix Haywood, clarinet ; Peter Pinteric, clarinet ; Angelina Lopez-Frank, clarinet ; Tiffany Tsai, clarinet ; Kerim Anwar, conductor)
  • Cinq Pieces Faciles (1917). / Stravinsky, Igor, 1882-1971 (Matthew Poon, piano ; Saman Shahi, piano)
  • Five studies on texts by Prudentius. 1 / Schafer, R. Murray, 1933 (Kristin Mueller-Heaslip, soprano ; Tim Crouch, flute ; Jiajia Li, flute ; Katherine Watson, flute ; Roseen Giles, flute ; Gary Kulesha, conductor)
  • Concerto for 4 solo violins. 1st movement / Schäffer, Boguslaw (Mark Johnston, violin ; Kenin McKay, violin ; Maia Broido, violin ; Takayo Noguchi, violin ; Gary Kulesha, conductor)

Composers :

  • Menotti, Gian Carlo, 1911-2007
  • Zwillich, Ellen Taaffe, 1939-
  • Harbison, John
  • Stravinsky, Igor, 1882-1971
  • Schafer, R. Murray, 1933-
  • Schäffer, Boguslaw

Choirs in concert

File consists of a recording of the concert.
Performers : The university of Toronto MacMillan Singers ; Doreen Rao, conductor ; Mark Vuorinen, conductor ; The university of Toronto Master Chorale ; Caron Daley, conductor ; The university of Toronto Women's Chorus ; Lori-Anne Dolloff, conductor ; Andrei Streliaev, piano ; Jeanne Yuen, piano ; Lily Kang, soprano
Event tracks :

  • Salve Regina / Javier Busto
  • Gloria Deo per immensa saecula / Healey Willan
  • Ave Maria / Johannes Brahms
  • Magnificat / Z. Randall Stroope
  • Alleluia / Algiradas Martinaitis
  • In paradisum / Edwin Fissinger
  • Magnificat / Francesco durante
  • O magnum mysterium / Morten Lauridsen
  • O nata lux, from "Lux Aeternam" / Morten Lauridsen
  • Holy is God, from "three hymns" / R. Murray Schafer
  • Hymn to the creator of light / John Rutter
  • Jesu, joy of man's desiring / Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Laudate dominum, from "A Christmas cantata" / Arthur Honegger
  • Jubilate Deo / Giovanni Gabrieli
  • O holy night / Adolphe Charles Adam

Composers :

  • Busto, Javier
  • Brahms, Johannes, 1833-1897
  • Stroope, Z. Randall
  • Fissinger, Edwin
  • Durante, Francesco,1684-1755
  • Willan, Healey, 1880-1968
  • Martinaitis, A.(Algirdas),1950-
  • Lauridsen, Morten,1943-
  • Schafer, R. Murray, 1933-
  • Rutter, John, 1945-
  • Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750
  • Honegger, Arthur, 1892-1955
  • Gabrieli, Giovanni, 1557-1612
  • Adam, Adolphe, 1803-1856

New music festival : choral concert

File consists of a recording of the concert, which took place at Grace Church on-the-Hill.
Performers : Choir West ; Eunseong Cho, Collaborative pianist ; University of Toronto Women's Chorus ; Elaine [Choi] and Tracy Wong, Co-Conductors ; Mélisande Sinsoulier, Collaborative pianist ; MacMillan Singers Women's Ensemble ; Dr. Hilary Apfelstadt, Conductor ; Choir East.
Event tracks :

  • Laetatus Sum / Johann Michael Haydn (Ryan Jenkins, Conductor)
  • Dixit Maria / Hans Leo Hassler (Melissa Lalonde, Conductor)
  • Come Let's Rejoice / John Amner (Trevor Dearham, Conductor)
  • Verleih uns Frieden / Felix Mendelssohn (Melissa Lalonde, Conductor ; Stephen Frketic, Organist)
  • The River / Ruth Watson Henderson (Ryan Jenkins, Conductor)
  • Set Down Servant / Arr. Robert Shaw (Trevor Dearham, Conductor)
  • Day Break / Stephen Paulus
  • Miniwanka (The Moments of Water) / R. Murray Schafer
  • Ancient Voices / Allan Gordon Bell (Katherine Jeruzalski, Soprano)
  • I Arise Today / Matthew Emery (Julia Li, Flute)
  • O Virtus Sapientiae (O Strength of Wisdom) / Alice Parker (With MacMillan Singers' Women's Ensemble ; Dr. Hilary Apfelstadt, Conductor)
  • Awake the Trumpet's Lofty Sound / George Frideric Handel (Elise Naccarato, Conductor ; Artun Miskciyan, Collaborative pianist)
  • Hosanna in excelsis / Brent Pierce (Sarah Maria Leung, Conductor)
  • The Long Day Closes / Arthur Sullivan (Sarah Maria Leung, Conductor)
  • La Lluvia / Stephen Hatfield (Elise Naccarato, Conductor)
  • Requiem. Introit/Kyrie ; Sanctus ; Agnus Dei / Gabriel Fauré (Brad Barnham, Conductor ; Stephen Frketic, Organist ; Julia Mirzoev, Violinist).

Composers :

  • Haydn, Johann Michael, 1737-1806
  • Hassler, Hans Leo, 1564-1612
  • Amner, John, 1579-1641
  • Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, 1809-1847
  • Henderson, Ruth Watson, 1932-
  • Shaw, Robert, 1916-1999
  • Paulus, Stephen
  • Schafer, R. Murray, 1933-
  • Bell, Allan, 1953-
  • Emery, Matthew, 1991-
  • Parker, Alice, 1925-
  • Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759
  • Pierce, Brent, 1940-
  • Sullivan, Arthur, 1842-1900
  • Hatfield, Stephen

Music for a Sunday afternoon

File consists of a recording of the concert.
Performers : MacMillan Singers David Fallis, conductor Trevor Dearham, assistant conductor Lara Dodds-Eden, collaborative pianist Women's Chorus Dr. Elaine Choi, conductor Eunseong Cho, collaborative pianist Women's Chamber Choir Dr. Lori-Anne Dolloff, conductor Valeska Cabrera, assistant conductor Eunseong Cho, collaborative pianist Men's Chorus Dr. Mark Ramsay, conductor Kevin Stolz, collaborative pianist
Event tracks :

  • Alleluia / Murray Schafer
  • Rise up, my love / Stephanie Martin (Rayna Crandlemire, soprano soloist)
  • Frostiana. Choose something like a star / Randall Thompson
  • Sleep / Eric Whitacre
  • Rise up, my love / Healey Willan (Trevor Dearham, conductor)
  • Alleluia / Randall Thompson
  • Hebrew love songs / Eric Whitacre (Alexa Frankian, soprano ; Julia Wang, speaker ; Andrew Bell, tambourine ; Felipe Luzuriaga, violin)
  • Quant j'ai ouy le tambourine / William Brown (Joelle Wong, Teresa Lin, Rosemonde Desjardin, soloists ; Andrew Bell, Mateen Mehri, percussionists)
  • Choral hymns from the Rig Veda. 3rd group. Hymn of the travellers / Gustav Holst
  • Magnificats, no. 16 / Cristóbal de Morales
  • Stabat Mater / Joseph Gabriel Rheinberger (Olga Rykov and Kyle Yuen, violin ; Cameron Ting, viola ; Else Sather, cello ; Nicholas Hladio, double bass ; Kevin Stolz, organ).

Composers :

  • Schafer, R. Murray, 1933-
  • Martin, Stephanie, 1962-
  • Thompson, Randall, 1899-1984
  • Whitacre, Eric, 1970-
  • Willan, Healey, 1880-1968
  • Brown, William, 1962-
  • Holst, Gustav, 1874-1934
  • Morales, Cristóbal de, approximately 1500-1553
  • Rheinberger, Josef, 1839-1901

Faculty artist series : Canadian and American songs from morning until evening

File consists of a recording of the concert.
Performers : Monica Whicher, soprano ; Russell Braun, baritone ; Steven Philcox, piano.
Event tracks :

  • My Lord What a Morning - duet / Norman Nurmi
  • The Year's at the Spring / Amy Beach
  • Early in the Morning / Ned Rorem
  • The Daisies / Samuel Barber
  • Will There Really Be a Morning? / Lori Laitman
  • The Song of the Chore (from A Sarah Binks Songbook) / John Greer
  • A Cassandre / Keith Bissell
  • Si os partiéredes al alba (from Three Spanish Lyrics) / Imant Raminsh
  • In the Dark Pine Wood / Ben Moore
  • In the Wand of the Wind / Lee Hoiby
  • Tom Sails Away / Charles Ives
  • Little David Play on Your Harp / Arr. John Greer
  • Get Me to the Church on Time (My Fair Lady) / Lerner and Loewe
  • Not Getting Married Today (Company) / Stephen Sondheim
  • In the Still of the Night ; Night and Day / Cole Porter
  • Tonight (West Side Story) / Leonard Bernstein
  • Hymnen an die Nacht / Claude Vivier
  • Oh Boundless, Boundless Evening ; Promiscuity ; Nocturne / Samuel Barber
  • Nuit d'étoiles / Jeff Smallman
  • Wiegenlied / R. Murray Schafer
  • Elegy / Oskar Morawetz
  • The Little Horses / Arr. Aaron Copland
  • Mine Eyes Are Now Closing to Rest / Trad. American Folk Song
  • Sure on This Shining Night / Morten Lauridsen.

Composers :

  • Nurmi, Norman Gabriel
  • Beach, Amy
  • Rorem, Ned, 1923-
  • Barber, Samuel, 1910-1981
  • Laitman, Lori, 1955-
  • Greer, John, 1954-
  • Bissell, Keith, 1912-1992
  • Raminsh, Imant,1943-
  • Moore, Ben, 1960-
  • Hoiby, Lee
  • Ives, Charles, 1874-1954
  • Greer, John, 1954-
  • Loewe, Frederick, 1901-1988
  • Sondheim, Stephen
  • Porter, Cole, 1891-1964
  • Bernstein, Leonard, 1918-1990
  • Vivier, Claude, 1948-1983
  • Barber, Samuel, 1910-1981
  • Smallman, Jeff, 1965-
  • Schafer, R. Murray, 1933-
  • Morawetz, Oskar, 1917-2007
  • Copland, Aaron, 1900-1991
  • Lauridsen, Morten,1943-

Seasons of song

File consists of a recording of the concert.
Performers : Tenor/Bass Choir ; Dr. Mark Ramsay, conductor; Kevin Stolz, collaborative pianist ; Soprano/Alto Chorus ; Dr. Elaine Choi, conductor ; Eunseong Cho, collaborative pianist

Event tracks:

  • Songs of travel. Vagabond / Ralph Vaughan Williams
  • Talk
  • Winter proverbs. Pine in winter / Frances Farrell
  • Winter proverbs. Winter’s dance / Frances Farrell
  • Winter proverbs. Cold comfort / Frances Farrell
  • Talk
  • Myrthen. Nussbaum / Robert Schumann, arr. by D. Jason Bishop
  • Talk
  • Sleep now / Matthew Emery
  • Talk
  • When October Goes (with Autumn Leaves) / Joseph Kosma and Barry Manilow, arr. by Paul Langford
  • Lake Isle of Innisfree / Eleanor Daley
  • Talk
  • Three seas. There is solitude of space / Alice Parker
  • Three seas. As if the Sea should part / Alice Parker
  • Three seas. A soft Sea washed around the House / Alice Parker
  • Traverse Bay / Jeff Smallman
  • Talk
  • Snowforms / R. Murray Schafer
  • Talk
  • Spring / E.K.R. Hammell
  • Talk
  • Voice on the wind / Sarah Quartel (Jacob Valcheff, percussion)

Personal correspondence with musicians

File contains correspondence with: William Aide, Robert Aitken, Tim Brady, Howard Brown, Joan Bulley, Stanley Bulley, Chan Wing-Wah, Brian Cherney, Hugh Davidson, Ray Dudley, Charles Foreman, John Hawkins, Sydney Hodkinson, Talivaldis Kenins, Edna Knock, Hope Lee, Ramona Luengen, Michio Mamiya, Bruce Mather, Brock McElheran, Paul McIntyre, Geoffrey and Mary Lou Payzant, Kenneth Peacock, Lucien Poirier, James Rolfe, Clark Ross, R. Murray Schafer, Robert Stevenson, Stephen Walsh, Mark Widner, Peter Williams, Ken Winters, and Stephen Young.

Faculty artists series : program 2

File consists of a recording of the concert, which took place in Walter Hall.
Performers : Nora Shulman, flute ; David Zafer, violin ; David Hetherington, cello ; Douglas Bodle, harpsichord ; Judy Loman, harp ; Marc Widner, piano ; Melvin Berman and Hamish Gordon, oboes ; Joaquin Valdepenas and Richard Hornsby, clarinets ; Eugene Rittich and John Simonelli, horns ; Christopher Weait and Peter Lutek, bassoons ; Thomas Monohan, bass
Event details :

  • Trio sonata in B-flat major : W. 161, no. 2 / C. P. E. Bach (Nora Schulman, flute ; David Zafer, violin ; David Hetherington, cello ; Douglas Bodle, harpsichord)
  • The crown of Ariadne / R. Murray Schafer (Judy Loman, harp)
  • Rhapsody no. 2 / Bela Bartok (David Zafer, violin ; Marc Widner, piano)
  • Serenade in C minor : K. 388 / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Melvin Berman and Hamish Gordon, oboes ; Joaquin Valdepenas and Richard Hornsby, clarinets ; Eugene Rittich and John Simonelli, horns ; Christopher Weait and Peter Lutek, bassoons ; Thomas Monohan, bass)

Personal correspondence

File includes correspondence with István Anhalt, Milton Babbitt, Norma Beecroft, John Beckwith, Jack Behrens, Lars-Gunnar Bodin, Benjamin Boretz, Walter Buczynski, Brian Cherney, Kathyrn (Kathy) Ciamaga, Lillian Ciamaga, George Crumb, Derek Healey, Lejaren Hiller, Gottfried Michael Koenig, Otto Joachim, Lothar Klein, Larry Klug, Hugh Le Caine, Douglas Lilburn, Neil McKay, Oskar Morawetz, Carl Morey, Eric Regener, George Rochberg, Clark Ross, Pierre Schaeffer, R. Murray Schafer, Barry Truax, and John Weinzweig, among others.

To Hold Off Winter's Chill : Choirs

Chamber Choir ; Dr. Lori-Anne Dolloff, conductor ; Eunseong Cho, collaborative pianist ; Tenor/Bass Choir ; Dr. Mark Ramsay, conductor ; Kevin Stolz, collaborative pianist ; Soprano/Alto Chorus ; Dr. Elaine Choi, conductor ; Eunseong Cho, collaborative pianist
Event details:

  • Salve regina / Javier Busto (Chamber Choir ; Dr. Lori-Anne Dolloff, conductor ; Eunseong Cho, collaborative pianist)
  • Oyfn Pripetchik / Mark M. Warshawsky, arr. Mara Bowman (Chamber Choir ; Dr. Lori-Anne Dolloff, conductor ; Eunseong Cho, collaborative pianist)
  • Cedit Hyems / Abbie Betinis (Joey Zhang, flute ; Chamber Choir ; Dr. Lori-Anne Dolloff, conductor ; Eunseong Cho, collaborative pianist)
  • Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind / Sherri Porterfield (Tenor/Bass Choir ; Dr. Mark Ramsay, conductor ; Kevin Stolz, collaborative pianist)
  • Toku-Toku / Braeden Ayres (Tenor/Bass Choir ; Dr. Mark Ramsay, conductor ; Kevin Stolz, collaborative pianist)
  • Dans les chantiers / Traditional Québecois, arr. Mark Sirett (Tenor/Bass Choir ; Dr. Mark Ramsay, conductor ; Kevin Stolz, collaborative pianist)
  • Ding-a Ding-a Ding / Greg Gilpin (Tenor/Bass Choir ; Dr. Mark Ramsay, conductor ; Kevin Stolz, collaborative pianist)
  • Winter Proverbs / Frances Farrell (Tenor/Bass Choir ; Dr. Mark Ramsay, conductor ; Kevin Stolz, collaborative pianist)
  • Frobisher Bay / James Gordon, arr. Braeden Ayres (Tenor/Bass Choir ; Dr. Mark Ramsay, conductor ; Kevin Stolz, collaborative pianist)
  • Christus ist geboren / Franz Liszt (Soprano/Alto Chorus ; Dr. Elaine Choi, conductor ; Eunseong Cho, collaborative pianist)
  • Da Pacem / Charles Gounod (Soprano/Alto Chorus ; Dr. Elaine Choi, conductor ; Eunseong Cho, collaborative pianist)
  • Snowforms / R. Murray Schafer (Soprano/Alto Chorus ; Dr. Elaine Choi, conductor ; Eunseong Cho, collaborative pianist)
  • Gloria Kajoniensis / Levente Gyöngyös (Lara Moshaver, Alisha Suri, soprano 1 soloists ; Camille Labonte, Diyara Toktamyssova, soprano 2 soloists ; Maria Fedyushina, Emily Harris, soprano 3 soloists ; Sam Kerr, Jacob Valcheff, percussion ; Justin Azerrad, David Baik, violin ; Soprano/Alto Chorus ; Dr. Elaine Choi, conductor ; Eunseong Cho, collaborative pianist)

Contemporary music and ethnomusicology : concert and discussion

File consists of a recording of the concert, which took place in MacMillan Theatre.
Performers : various
Event details :

  • Floating Cloud for Small Orchestra / Liang Min-yueh
  • Sinfonía India / Carlos Chávez (University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra ; Victor Feldbrill, conductor)
  • First Rhapsody for Violin and Piano / Béla Bartók (Lorand Fenyves, violin ; Pierre Souvairan, piano)
  • Dahomey Suite for Oboe and Piano / Mieczyslaw Kolinski (Barbara Bolte, oboe ; Charles Foreman, piano)
  • Yün / Chou Wen-chung (Peg Rannem, flute ; Richard Thomson, clarinet ; Kathy Husband, bassoon ; Norah Fraser, horn ; Tim Watson, trumpet ; Rick Carswell, trombone ; Allen Beard, Jerry Ronson, percussion ; Lawrence Brown, piano ; John Beckwith, conductor)
  • To the lands Over Yonder : Eskimo Hunting Song / John Weinzweig
  • Miniwanka / R. Murray Schafer
  • Five Songs of the Newfoundland Outports. Si j'avais le bateau / Harry Somers (University of Toronto Concert Choir ; Lloyd Bradshaw, conductor)

Personal correspondence

File includes letters from Raymond Dudley, Udo Kasemets, Bruce Mather, Colleen and James Reaney,R. Murray Schafer, Peter Williams, Robert Fleming, Stanley Bulley, Lee Hoiby, W. S. Morrison, Glenn Gould, Harry Somers, Jean Howson, Walter Herbert, Ray Pierce, John Sidgwick, John Hawkins, Lothar Klein, Jean Papineau-Couture, Timothy McGee, Dorothy Freed, Elizabeth Gallat-Morin, Chan Wing-Wah, Carl Morey, Otto Joachim, Peter Hatch, Albert Greer, Talivaldis Kenins, Andrew Benson, Gwendoline Harper, Myra Hess, Spencer H. Elliott, Ira Dilworth, H. C. Hamilton, Leo Smith, Alberto Guerrero, Richard Johnston, John Felice, Gustav Ciamaga, Barbara Pentland, Robert Aitken, Ezra Schabas, Sydney Hodkinson, John Weinzweig, Ruth Humphrey, Pierre Souvairan, Lois Marshall, Gabriel Charpentier, Nicholas Slonimsky, William Wright, Stephen Young, Robert Stevenson, Harry Hickman, Lubomyr Melnyk.

Jacques is 50 : the concert

Performers : various
Program : Adaskin, Colgrass, Croall, Henderson, Luedeke, Schafer, Science Nye
Venue : Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto

[Unidentified orchestras : n.d.]

Compilation of recordings of Canadian music:

  • Champagne dances vallagroises / Ridout
  • Barn dance / Weinzweig
  • Piano concerto / Weinzweig
  • Piece concertante / Jean Papineau concerto
  • Symphony in 10 parts, second movement / Barbara Pentland
  • Flute, percussion / Gilles Tremblay
  • Electronic studios (Dance music) / Ann Southam
  • Concerto grosso / Symonds
  • Moonlight / Schafer
  • Influence of country / Somers

Canavangard : correspondence with contributing composers

File contains correspondence with: Istvan Anhalt, George Caccioppo, Barney Childs, Lowell Cross, Serge Garant, Hugh Hartwell, Syd Hodkinson, Peter Huse, Otto Joachim, Lynn Lonidier, Alvin Lucier, John Mills-Cockell, Gordon Mumma, Pauline Oliveros, John Rea, Murray Schafer, and Gilles Tremblay.

Correspondence with composers and performers, mainly of the 1960s avant-garde

File contains correspondence with: Frances (James) Adaskin, Murray Adaskin, Bill Aide, Anne Aitchison, Istvan Anhalt, Robert and Mary Ashley, Stanley Lunetta, Larry Austin (Source magazine), John Beckwith, Michael van Biel, George Caccioppo, Barney Childs, Oliver Daniel, Marvin Duchow, Judith Dunn, Morton Feldman, Dick Higgins, Harold Henderson, Otto Joachim, Burton Kaplan, Karl Kohn, Ernst Krenek, Brian Longworth (student composer at McGill), Alvin Lucier, William Maraldo, Edward Miller, John Mills-Cockell, Gordon Mumma, Roger Reynolds, Gardner Read, Raymond Rendall, George Rochberg, Donald Scavarda, Murray Schafer, Harry Somers, Bertram Turetzky, Aurelio de la Vega, Raymond Wilding-White, Eugene Wilson, and Klaus van Wrochem.