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Counterpoint 1975/76 ; Fugue 1977/78

    1. Birth and baptism -- High school -- Basel Musik-Akademie -- Notebook 1985-1991-- Passport
    1. McGill diploma 1968
    1. Conservatoire du Québec Prix 1967
    1. Snapshots, school photos, early portraits
    1. Performance photographs

Notes, talks, papers

1988,Dec.12, The first fable: 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; John Hawkins, piano -- 1989, May 20, The first fable: Gerard Parkes, narrator; Ingrid Attrot, soprano; Norine Burgess, mezzo-soprano; Donald Rieder, Barbara Poggemiller, Valerie Dean, performers; Lawrence Cherney, oboe; Russell Hartenberger, percussion; Peter Schenkman violoncello; John Hawkins, piano -- 1993, Mar.20, Buffalo jump: John Kim Bell, narrator; Randy Glynn Dance Project; John Hawkins, piano; Lawrence Cherney, oboe; Peter Schenkman, violoncello; Trevor Tureski, percussion; John Greer, conductor

Programs and reviews of performances as pianist and composer

  • Electronic data: archived on the Music Library fileserver1. MUS 4615 musical examples, exercises and tests 2003
  • 2.MUS 3218 teaching materials 2004
    1. Notes on 20th-century works, 1971-2000
    1. TMU 101 exercises and tests 1989-2000
    1. TMU 110 exercises and tests 1990-1995
    1. TMU 200 musical examples, exercises and tests 1986-1989
    1. TMU 201 exercises and tests 1986-2000
    1. TMU 203 exercises 1987
    1. TMU 220 exercises and tests 2000
    1. TMU 302 exercises and tests 1971-2003
    1. TMU 314 musical examples and exercises

Biographical documents

1974, Nov, Five pieces: Douglas Finch, piano -- 1975, Nov.22,Trio: Robert Aitken, flute; Robin Engelman, percussion; Gisela Depkat, violoncello. 1 sound tape, 7 in. 7.5 ips + 1 cassette tape --
1977, Oct., Etudes: Bruce Mather, Pierrette LePage, pianos. 1 cassette tape -- 1981, Feb.3, 4, Prelude and prayer: James McLean, tenor; Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Andrew Davis, conductor. 1 sound tape, 10 in. 7.5 ips. -- Undated, 1 sound tape, 7 in. 7.5 ips -- 1983, Jan.29, Breaking through: Christine Frolick, soprano; David Kent, percussion; John Hawkins, piano. 1 sound tape, 7 in. 7.5 ips + 1 cassette tape -- 1984, Five pieces: Charles Foreman, piano. 1 cassette tape -- 1984, April 13, Dance variations: Nexus. 1 sound tape, 7 in. 7.5 ips + 2 cassette tapes --
1985, Apr.11, Breaking through: Kim Barber, soprano; Trevor Tureski, percussion; John Hawkins, piano. 1 cassette tape -- 1986, Apr17, Three archetypes: Parisii Quartet. Substance-of-we-feeling: Bob Becker, Russell Hartenberger, percussion. Interviews. 1 sound tape, 10 in. 7.5 ips + 1 cassette tape -- 1986, Nov.5, Three archetypes: Franciscan Quartet. Interview. 1 cassette tape -- 1987, Nov.9, Light to dark: Atlantic Arts Trio: Carolyn Hart, soprano; Paul Bendzsa, clarinet; Edmund Dawe, piano. 1 cassette tape -- 1988, Feb.29, The Cicada’s song to the sun: Joanne Kolomyjec, soprano; Norbert Kraft, guitar; Lawrence Cherney, oboe. 1 cassette tape. -- 1993, Mar.20,Buffalo jump: 1 pm and 4 pm performances. 1 cassette tape --
1994, Apr.15, Light to dark: Wendy Humphries, soprano; Ray Luedeke, clarinet, ? piano. 1 cassette tape -- 2001,Dec.1, Summerdances: Peter Stoll, clarinet; Volga Band; Stephen Chenette, conductor. 1 cassette tape -- 2003,May 24,No stronger than a flower; Spiritus Chamber Choir. 1 compact disc. --
UndatedThree songs. Performers unidentified. 1 sound tape, 7 in. 7.5 ips -- Waves: Margo McKinnon, soprano; Bruce Mather, piano (1977?) 1 cassette tape

Curricula vitae, including degrees, appointments, works written and performed, etc.

1973, Dec. 6, Five pieces / George Crumb. Celebration / William Douglas. Sonata in A flat / Haydn. Piano sonata / Elliott Carter: John Hawkins, piano. 2 sound tapes, 7 in. 7.5 ips -- 1973, Dec.14, Recital / Carter. 2 sound tapes, 7 in. 7.5 ips -- 1977, April 23, Duo / Elliott Carter: Otto Armin, violin; John Hawkins, piano. 1 sound tape, 7 in. 7.5 ips -- 1983, Mar. 26, Cantata / Stravinsky: John Hawkins, conductor. 1 sound tape, 7 in. 7.5 ips

The Stripper

File includes photocopied manuscript score and parts for The Stripper. Written on the front of the envelope which material came in is as follows: To Famous People Players-The Stripper Score and Parts From Victor Davies.

Can Can [Echos of John John]

File includes manuscript parts and score for Echos of John John/Can Can arr by James Pirie. Also includes Tombone part of Lullaby Of Broadway arr by James Pirie.

Oklahoma

File includes manuscript and photocopied manuscripts score and parts for Oklahoma.

Vice Regal Salute

File includes manuscript and photocopied manuscript score and parts for Vice-Regal Salute arr by James Pirie. There is a sketch of a man on the back of one of the parts.

Fossiles and Aquarium

File includes printed parts and scores. Titles include Aquarium by Saint-Saens; Fossiles by Saint Saens.

Superman

File includes printed and manuscript parts for Theme From Superman.

James Bond

File includes manuscript and photocopied manuscript parts and score for James Bond.

A Little Like Magic

File includes manuscript and photocopied manuscript parts and score for A Little Like Magic.

Wonderful Guy

File includes manuscript and photocopied manuscript score, lead sheets, and parts for the piece Wonderful Guy by Doug Riley.

Pop Goes To The Movies

File includes manuscript and photocopied manuscript parts, score, and inserts for Pop Goes To The Movies.

Shall We Dance

File includes manuscript and photocopied manuscript score and parts for Shall We Dance. Also includes The Night They Invented II Violin part arr by James Pirie.

Get Me To The Church

File includes manuscript and photocopied manuscript score and parts for Get Me To The Church by Doug Riley.

Petit Concerto

File includes manuscript and photocopied manuscript score and parts for Petit Concerto. File also includes Carignan sheet music "writ by hand by Bill Richards" and Me and by Shadow bass part.

Animal Capers

File includes manuscript and photocopied manuscript score and parts for Animal Capers by Victor Davies.

Me and My Shadow

File includes manuscript and photocopied manuscript score and parts for Me and My Shadow arr by Victor Davies

That's Entertainment

File includes manuscript and photocopied manuscript score and parts for That's Entertainment (Medley) by Howard Dietz. Also includes Ease On Down The Road alto and II trombone part and Send In the Clowns flute part arr by James Pirie.

Porchlight Music

File includes printed lyrics, manscript and photocopied manuscript lead sheets and scores. Titles include Dreams by Jeff Butler and Doug Riley; Fly lyrics by L.D. Moore music by Doug Riley; Practice by Jeff Butler and Doug Riley; Leave The Porch Light On by Lynne Deragon-Moore; That's When The Stars Stay Out All Night; Freedom by Doug Riley; T.V. Show Theme; Practice by Jeff Butler and Doug Riley; I Want To Live My Whole Life With You by Doug Riley; I Love You Forever by Doug Riley; Love Takes No Holiday by L. Deragon-Moore and Doug Riley; Dreams (Angle's Song) by Doug Riley; File also includes a set lists and a photocopied Famous People Players programme.

Alice in Funkyland

File includes printed parts, manuscript and photocopied manuscript lead sheets, scores, and lyrics. Titles include Time Tickin' Time; Howl; I'll Be You Good Times; Happy To Be Dry; Prizes; Funkyland; Spinning Wheel; A Real Fantasy; Winning To Win; Off To The Funky Funhouse; Bunny Boy From Dreamland; The Groove Show; Prizes. File also includes correspondence To Diane Dupuy From Doug Riley, GST and Addresses notes, set lists, and character maps. Envelope that material came in addressed For Doug Riley From John McGreger.

Lullaby of Broadway

File includes manuscript and photocopied manuscript score and parts for Lullaby of Broadway, composer Harry Warren, arr by James Pirie, Produced by Doug Riley.

[Good Rockin']

File includes manuscript lead sheets and printed lyrics. Titles include The Great Unknown; Mistress Propmaker; Smelly Jacket Music; Will You Still Be Magic; Static Cling; Where All The Socks Go; Beach Blanket Boogie; Afraid To Jump In; Blind Sun; Your Eyes are Loved By The Seas by JD Ibay; Nobody Needs You by JD Ibay; Always A Need-Elvis by JD Ibay; Always a Need For Believing (Zerena Version) by JD Ibay; Also includes Good Rockin' Character and Voices list; script with lyrics and music notes written by JD Ibay; and correspondence To Doug Riley From J.D. Ibay (april 23 2007).

Hide and Seek (2001) Band Parts

File includes manuscript and photocopied manuscript lead sheets and parts. Titles include I Just Call I Love by Doug Riley and Jeff Butler; Hide and Seek; Christmas Waltz by Doug Riley; Can't You Feel The Magic by Doug Riley and Michael Kirton; Take You There by Doug Riley; Hustle and Bustle; I Like by Doug Riley and Danny B.; Bows by Doug Riley; Clown Tune; Clock Song by Doug Riley; Party Ride by Doug Riley and J.D. Ibay; Rattle My Bones by Doug Riley; Bows by Doug Riley; Hope.

Hide and Seek (2001) Roughs and Lyrics

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.

The Night They Invented Champagne

File includes manuscript and photocopied manuscript score and parts for the piece The Night They Invented Champagne, produced by Doug Riley, composed by Lerner/Loewe, arr by Some guy on the elevator [sic] / James Pirie.

Wonder Bread

File include manuscript lead sheet and score for Wonder Bread jingle

Nellie-Lead Sheets

File includes manuscript and photocopied manuscript lead sheets. Titles include The Stars Go Twist by Doug Riley and G. Matteo; A Simple Song (Love Duet) by Doug Riley and G. Matteo; Everything's Normal in London by Doug Riley and G. Matteo; Pepy's Song by Doug Riley and G. Matteo; On The Other Side of the Candle by Doug Riley and G. Matteo; Charles and Nellie Seduction Scene by Doug Riley.

Olympic Music

File includes manuscript and photocopied manuscript lead sheets, parts, and lyrics. Titles include O Canada; Imagine-New Age (Finale); Playons and Playoffs; Olympic Hymn; Fanfare For The Common Man; Playons and Playoffs, Winter Games 1988 Winter Olympic Theme by David Foster; A New Age Has Begun; When You Put Your Heart In It; "Movement" for Olympic Gymnast; Accentuate The Positive. File also includes set lists ("Olympic Rehearsal Schedule-Revised June 8, 1994", "June 1 1994, Prelimiary Schedule: Olympic Gala 100th Anniversary Rehearal Schedule"); correspondence dated June 9th 1994 regarding June 23th Schedule; Olympic Gala Draft Technical Program; and Hymne Olympique 1896 music book.

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