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Hedda Gabler : incidental music for radio play for orchestra

File includes the script, score, and parts for a production by Esse Ljungh with the script by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by John Bethune. The score is number 10019 in Phil Nimmons's "Group Library" list, as indicated on the original envelope (discarded).

The exile : incidental music for orchestra

File contains the script, score, and parts from a CBC broadcast on September 30, 1953. The scores is number 10007-A in Phil Nimmons's "Group Library" list, as indicated on the original envelope (discarded).

The adventure story : incidental music for orchestra

File contains the script, score, and parts for a CBC broadcast on January 6, 1954. The first page of the script is missing. The score is number 10007-M in Phil Nimmons's "Group Library" list, as indicated on the original envelope (discarded).

The nymph and the lamp

File contains the script for a CBC broadcast on January 24, 1951. The score was not returned to Phil Nimmons by CBC.

Curtain call : incidental music for orchestra

File contains the script, score, and parts for a production by J. Frank Willis, with the script by Joseph Schull. The score is number 10024 in Phil Nimmons's "Group Library" list, as indicated on the original envelope (discarded).

Autumn : an anthology : incidental music for orchestra and chorus

File contains scripts, scores, and parts for a CBC broadcast on October 31, 1951 with the script by Alan Anderson and production by J. Frank Willis. The score is number 10011 in Phil Nimmons's "Group Library" list, as indicated on the original envelope (discarded).

Dr. Dogbody's leg : incidental music for orchestra

File contains the scripts and scores for CBC broadcasts on February 5, 12, 19, 26; March 4, 11, 18, 25; (9th installment not dated); April 22, 29, 1952. The script is by Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall, adapted by Joseph Schull.

The homeless home teacher : incidental music for instrumental ensemble

File contains the script, score, and parts for a CBC "White Cane Broadcast" on February 6, 1955" for "White Cane Week." The script is by Magaret Winnifred Liggett. The score is number 10007-E in Phil Nimmons's "Group Library" list, as indicated on the original envelope (discarded).

Cottage for sale : incidental music for orchestra

File contains the scripts, score, and parts for a CBC broadcast on August 10, 1955. The script is by Len Peterson. The file also includes a letter from the Toronto Musicians Association regarding complaints.

So much to do : music for orchestra

File includes two copies of rehearsal schedules and a cast, dancer, and singer list from the CBC Folio production "Ring around the Square" on March 6, 1957. The lyrics are by Saul Ilson.

Joseph Howe : part 1 : incidental music for orchestra

File contains the script, score, and parts for a production on CBC Wednesday Night on March 21, 1956. Cues include "Cruel mother title", "Printing press", Sable Island", "Spanish lady waltz", "Dark eyed sailor", "Peter Rambelay", "As I rode out", and "Nova Scotia E T".

Barris beat

File contains scripts dated August 15, 1956; November 3, 1956 (2 copies); December 1, 1956 (2 copies).

Barris beat

File contains scripts dated January 22, 1958; February 5, 1958; February 19, 1958; February 26, 1958; March 12, 1958 (2 copies); April 2, 1958 (2 copies); April 16, 1958 (2 copies); April 23, 1958; April 30, 1958; May 7, 1958; May 14, 1958 (2 copies); and May 28, 1958.

Barris beat

File contains the Showday schedule and rundown for February 5, 1958; rehearsal schedule for January 22, 1958; list of musicians with addresses; script for the poem "Politics; and partial scripts.

The age of innocence : incidental music for radio play for orchestra

File contains the script, score (with musical cues nos. 1 to 22), and parts for the first in a series of 17 hour-long CBC radio programs that were broadcast weekly starting on November 11, 1964 called "Sunday Night." The file includes two blind embossed pamphlets entitled "Flanders Fields," which describe the 17 programs. The script is by Joseph Schull.

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