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Beth Follett Papers

  • Manuscript Collection
  • 1960-2020

Including manuscripts, proofs and correspondence – related to Follett’s small press imprint, Pedlar Press, which she founded in 1997. It also includes manuscript drafts for Follett’s first published novel, Tell it Slant (Toronto: Coach House Press, 2001), as well as other professional and personal material relating to the life and work of Beth Follett.

Follett, Beth

Derek Healey's 60th birthday tribute concert

File consists of programs, tickets, and newspaper clippings relating to the 60th Birthday Tribute concert (November 2, 1996) for Derek Healey at the Dublin Street United Church, arranged by Barrie Cabena. The program included the following works by Healey:

  • Cantata "Praise the Lord" : for SATB chorus and solos, recorders, harpsichord
  • In Flanders Fields : for choir and organ
  • The Shepherd Boy's song : for choir and organ
  • Sonata barocca, op. 61 : for soprano instrument, bass Baroque instrument, and clavier
  • Twelve preludes, op. 6 : for piano
  • Sonata II, op. 75 : for organ
  • Sonata III, op. 80 : for organ (premiered by Jonathan Oldengarm).

Christmas newsletters

File consists of copies of the annual Christmas newsletter from Derek and Olive Healey with personal and professional highlights and updates.

A Celebration of Derek Healey's 80th birthday by family, friends, musicians, and all

File consists of a scrapbook compiled for Derek Healey's 80th birthday, collected and compiled by Olive Healey with support from Jacqueline Healey. It consists contributions from family, friends, colleagues, and musicians, and includes an index of contributors and their relationship to Healey. Materials include a portrait of Derek Healey by Akwesi M. Asante in charcoal and chalk, photographs, correspondence, and other memorabilia.

Biographical articles about Derek Healey

File consists of drafts and copies of biographical articles about Derek Healey, and related correspondence:

  • Michael Schulman, "Country of residence an influence on Healey's music," The Music Scene (November-December 1973)
  • "Meet the Composer," interview with Derek Healey by Mark Hopkins, Canadian Winds (Spring 2009)
  • Sheila M. MacRae, "Introduction to Derek Healey," CAMMAC Toronto Region Newsletter (September 2016)
  • Interview with Elizabeth Newton, Creators Vancouver (April 18, 2017).

Miscellaneous advertisements and announcements, assorted information

File consists of advertisements for Derek Healey's orchestral works in the Symphony magazine (2004-2005); announcements in The Music Scene for performances of Healey's op. 41b, 45, 47, 48, and 53 (1977); and various announcements and advertisements for Healey's music for wind ensembles and bands, choral music, and organ music.

Royal College of Organists

File consists of a copy of Derek Healey's degree as a Fellow of the Royal College of Organists (RCO, 1958) and a copy of the RCO Year Book (1986-1987), which lists Healey as a life member and fellow of RCO.

University of Victoria

File consists of programs from performances by Derek Healey and performances of his compositions at the University of Victoria, where he was a lecturer in the Music Department, teaching musicianship, aural training, and composition. He also founded and directed the University Orchestra.

University of Toronto

File consists of the announcement of Derek Healey's appointment as a Visiting Special Lecturer at the University of Toronto (September-October 1971) and materials from his collaborations with Doreen Hall while teaching at the University of Toronto, which resulted in the educational music tape "Music for Children." Healey taught musicianship, counterpoiunt, orchestration, and band and choral arranging.

Doctor of Music, University of Toronto

File consists of the convocation program, announcements, an excerpt from the School of Graduate Studies, and confirmation of Derek Healey's fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of Music at the University of Toronto (1974).

Royal Air Force, United Kingdom

File consists of correspondence relating to Derek Healey's time as an Academic Professor for the Royal Air Force (RAF) in Uxbridge, Middlesex, England. He taught harmony, counterpoint, analysis, composition, orchestration, history, and aural and keyboard skills.

Derek Healey, organist, choirmaster, and recitalist

File consists of programs, reviews, and other materials relating to Derek Healey's career as an organist, including his time at the following institutions:

  • Organist and Choirmaster: St. Peter and St. Paul's Church, Shiplake, Oxfordshire, England (1952-1956)
  • Organist and Choirmaster: All Saints' Church, Wandsworth, London, England (1956-1959)
  • Continuo organist for concerts: Maidenhead Christian Council (1968-1969)
  • CBC Organist in recital announcements: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (1969, 1976)
  • Organist and Choirmaster: St. George's Church, Guelph, Ontario (1972-1973)
  • Interim organist: All Saint's Church, Richmond Hill, Queens, New York (August - November 1996)
  • Organist and Choirmaster: St. Alban's Church, Eltingville, Staten Island, New York (1996-1998)
  • Director of Music: St. Peter's, St. Paul's, and Out Lady of Pilar Church, Brooklyn, New York (1998-1999)
  • Organist and choirmaster: St. Stephen's Church, Jamaica, New York (1999-2002).

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

File consists of lists of Derek Healey's works that were broadcast on the Canadian Broadcast Corporation (CBC), recordings by CBC of his compositions, and "Organists in Recital" broadcasts that featured Healey as a soloist.

Scrap album

File consists of a scrapbook (1947-1969) of newspaper clippings, programs, reports, collected by Derek Healey. The scrapbook includes comments from Dr. Herbert Howells on Healey's Royal College of Music (RCM) reports, and the program from "The President's Concert" (November 7, 1957) at RCM for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, who presented medals and prizes, including the Farrar Prize for Composition to Derek Healey. Healey selected a copy of the vocal score for Benjamin Britten's The Turn of the Screw, op. 54 (Hawkes & Son (London) Ltd., 1957); the specially-bound score is also included in this file. The scrapbook also includes programs from Composers Concerts at RCM that Healey organized, often filling in for last-minute cancellations; programs and newspaper clippings from his time in Italy at the Accademia Musicale Chigiana, where he studied with Boris Porena (1961-1963), and programs and newspaper clippings relating to the Cookham Arts Festival (1967) that Healey organized. A complete contents listing is included inside the front cover of the scrapbook.

Henley Grammar School

File consists of a program for a football match in the Berkshire Schools' Rugby Football Union (November 13, 1950). Derek Healey played rugby for Oxfordshire in the under 15 year group. The match was at The Grove, Surley Row, Emmer Green.

University of Durham

File consists of a copy of the University of Durham Gazzete supplement, which includes announcements of conferred degrees, including Derek Healey's Bachelor of Music (1961); the convocation program; and certificates of Healey's examination results for the Bachelor of Music degree.

Accademia Musicale Chigiana

File consists of programs, copies of photographs, and copies of certificates from Derek Healey's time at the Accademia Musicale Chigiana in Siena, Italy (Summers of 1961, 1962, 1963, 1966. At the Accademia, Healey studied with Vito Frazzi (composition), Goffredo Petrassi (composition), Francesco Lavagnino (film music), and Sergio Celibidache (conducting).

Royal College of Music and St. Michael's Singers

File consists of programs, Derek Healey's entrance exam result and acceptance into the Royal College of Music (RCM), copies of testimonials from his teachers, a copy of his transcript, and newspaper clippings.

School teacher in state and private schools

File consists of programs from performances as part of Derek Healey's time teaching at various English state and private schools as a music specialist, including:

  • West Borough School, Maidstone, Kent (1957-1959)
  • Shiplake College, Shiplake, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire (1959-1962)
  • Gordon School, Maidenhead, Berkshire (1964-1969).

Healey formed orchestras and choirs; taught music classes to all students in each school; and conducted many concerts, including a version of The Beggar's Opera (1968) and his own opera for children Mr. Punch (1969).

Cookham Festival

File consists of programs, newspaper clippings, and an overview of the Cookham Festival. Derek Healey was the founder and music director of the national arts festival, which included the commission and premier of Malcolm Williamson's opera Dunstan and the Devil.

University of Guelph

File consists of announcements, programs, newspaper clippings, and bulletins relating to Derek Healey's time at the University of Guelph, where he was an Assistant Professor and then Associate Professor. Healey taught musicianship (harmony and counterpoint), electronic music, and world music, and formed and directed the Orchestra and the Collegium and Chamber Singers.

University of Oregon

File consists of programs from concerts of Derek Healey's music and a representative selection of concerts by Healey's students while at the University of Oregon. Healey was appointed as an Associate Professor and promoted to full professor of theory and composition at the School of Music. He taught composition, counterpoint and ethnic music. File also includes programs from concerts at the American Guild of Organists (AGO), American Society of University Composers (ASUC), and other regional concerts.

Messa per San Corrado = A Mass for San Corrado : Musica di Derek Healey

Item is a poster from the premiere performance of Healey's A Mass for San Corrado, op. 116 as performed by Carmelo Corrado Caruso, baritone; the G. De Cicco choir, directed by Carmelo De Cicco; Quartetto do Sassofoni ARCADIA; Sikelia Saxophone Quartet; Barbara Rosana, flute; Sebastiano Nane, friscaletto (Sicilian flute); Salvatore Scucces and Andrea Ferraguto, percussion; Cunegonda De Cicco, organ; and Gabriele Verdinelli, conductor. The performance took place at the Cathedral of SSan Nicolo, Noto, Sicily.


Series consists of rough notes, lecture notes, final copies, correspondence, press releases, and photographs from books, articles, presentations, and poetry by Derek Healey.

The Influence of African-American music on the works of Frederick Delius

File consists of records relating to Derek Healey's second study on the influence of African-American music on the works of Frederick Delius. The study led to a lecture (in Philadelphia and Jacksonville) and a monograph, published by The Delius Society (2003).

File includes:

  • Letters and e-mails (2001-2015) concerning Healey's monograph The Influence of African-American music on the works of Frederick Delius (The Delius Society, 2003).
  • Healey's lecture "The Influence of African-American music on the works of Frederick Delius", conference program, handouts, and related notes for a talk that Healey gave at The 44th Annual Delius Festival in Jacksonville (March 6, 2004). Healey had previously presented this lecture in Philadelphia at St. Mary's Episcopal Church for a meeting of the Delian Society (February 20, 2004).
  • Research notes, rough notes, and correspondence for Healey's lecture and monograph. The notes for each were previously stored in two three-ringed binders.
  • Reviews of Healey's lecture and monograph, as they appeared in The Delian [newsletter] (April 2004), the AAMP Calendar (June-September 2001), and The Delius Society Journal (Fall 2003).

Cherry Blossom musical arts presents : Visual Music 2012 : The C's have it : the composer-choreographer connection featuring BodyVox and Portland Festival Ballet

Item is a poster from a concert at Bodyvox, Portland, Oregon, featuring the premiere of The Coast of Oregon: The Quest for Aztian, op. 128 by Nancy Wood, soprano; Paul Safar, piano; Sydney Carlson, flute; Diane Chaplin, cello; Florian Canzetti, percussion; Keith Clark, conductor.

Elmer Iseler in my life

File consists of a copy of the article and related correspondence that Derek Healey wrote for the CAMMAC Toronto Region Newsletter, February-March 2022.

Französische Friedrichstadtkirche : Musikalische Vesper

Item is a poster from a concert with Claudia Tesorino, saxophone and Lukas Storch, organ, which featured the premiere performance of Healey's from the Spanish: 7 preludes on Latino hymns, op. 133 or soprano saxophone and organ, during the Musikalische Vesper at Französische Friedrichstadtkirche in Berlin.


Series consists of a typeset collection of Derek Healey's poetic output, including a preliminary introduction to the set, written by Healey upon compilation of the texts in 2023. The bulk of the poems were written in Maidenhead, England (1963-1968) and Brooklyn, New York (2004-present), when time permitted. Healey wrote very few poems in Guelph, Ontario and Eugene, Oregon, and wrote nothing in Victoria, British Columbia or Ruislip, England. Many of the texts were set to music. In 2004, Healey studied poetry at the Gotham Writers' Workshop in Manhattan with Mary Donnelly.

A Presentation of choral works by Derek Healey and Brian McAnuff

File consists of a copy of the handout, photograph of performers with Derek Healey, and related correspondence for a concert by the choir of Church on the Hill, Flushing, New York, with organist Andrew Andela. Healey presented a paper at this concert for the American Guild of Organists, Queens Chapter. The concert took place at Christ Evangelical Church, Little Neck, Queens, New York, February 9, 2003.

Biographical material

Series consists of articles about Derek Healey, scrapbooks, and other ephemera.

Music at Dublin : Derek Healey 60th birthday tribute : Dublin Street United Church, Guelph

Item is a poster advertising two concerts at the Dublin Street United Church, including the 60th Birthday Tribute to Derek Healey "featuring selections of his music for choir, organ, piano, and recorder including a world premiere composed and performed by Dr. Healey with Boyd McDonald, Matthew Jones, Jan Overduin, Barrie Cabena, and Dublin Street Senior Choir."

The Writing of Six Canadian folk songs

File consists of a copy of the article and related correspondence that Derek Healey wrote for the CAMMAC Toronto Region Newsletter, December 2016-January 2017.

Correspondence and publishing schedules from Paraclete Press

File consists of correspondence and publishing schedules for Paraclete Press. The following of Healey's works were published by Paraclete Press:

  • The Garden (2012)
  • The Prayer of St. Francis (2009)
  • Shepherds, Keeping Watch by Night (2011)
  • Thou Whose Birth on Earth (2008)
  • Liber Natalis, op. 84. Ye Angels, Whose Harmonious Strains (2008).

A recital of choral and organ music : Holy Trinity Church, Cookham

Item is a poster from a concert by Derek Healey and the Cookham Church Choir, whichs included the premiere performance of Healey's Partita '65 as well as some of his settings of anthems, and music by Johann Sebastian Bach, Vivaldi, Boyce, Mozart, Vittoria.

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