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Finkleman show

File includes manuscript and photocopied manuscript lead sheets and parts. Titles include Pity The Fool; Tossin' and Turnin'; Closer; You Don't Know; When Something Is Wrong; Soul Shake; It's All Right; Edwin Starr Medley; Show Me; Hide Away; Mr. Big Stuff; Storybook Children; Mocking Bird; World/Hashville Cats; It Takes Two; With Every Beat of My Heart; Tell It Like It Is; Bad Boy; Moulin Rouge; Across The Line; Respect as recorded by Aretha Franklin; Hide Away. File also includes input lists, playlists, and Danny Finkleman's 2 Day World Tour 2003 travel information.

Miscellaneous jazz arrangements: Salome Bey 1

File includes various manuscript, photocopied manuscript, and printed parts and lead sheets. Many of the pieces have the name Salome Bey written on the top. Titles include I Just Live My Life; Lover Man; Indigo; Too Shy/Lately; Bli-Blip by Duke Ellington and Sid Kuller; The Fish & The Worm; Come Together; My Man's Gone Now; My Man; You Never Give Me Any Money; Mood Indigo; Once Upon A Summertime; I'm Having a What...; Sunshine/I Just Called; Dreamy; Misty; Solitude; Don't Get Around Much Anymore; Round Midnight; See See Rider; It Ain't Necessarily So; Untitled Love Song; As Time Goes By; Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me; I Let A Song; Lush Life; Warren; Stairway To Paradise; Ring Dem Bells by Duke Ellington and Irving Mills; But Not For Me; Come Sunday. Also includes a list of song titles titles "Salome".

B-3 quartet music

File includes various manuscript, photocopied manuscript, and printed, guitar, drums, tenor, alto, organ parts, scores, and lead sheets used by the B-3 Quartet. Titles include Windows by Chick Corea; A Subtle One by Stanley Turrentine; Nothing Personal by Don Grolnick as played by Michael Brecker; Firm Roots by Cedar Walton; Con Alma by Dizzie; Wabash by Cannonball Adderly; St. Thomas by Sonny Rollins; Dolphin Dance; My Foolish Heart by Washington and Young; Blues 4 Jim Sam by Don Thompson; Old Folks; Good Bait; Safari by Horace Silver; Totem Pole by Lee Morgan; Peace by H. Silver; Gary's Notebook by Lee Morgan; I'll Take Les; Sister Sadie by Horace Silver; This Here by Bobby Timmins; Holy Land by Cedar Walton; All About My Girl by Jimmy McGriff; Boy What A Night by L. Morgan; Games by N. Adderley; Work Song by N. Adderley; Hook Up by Mike Stern; Roads Travelled and Days Gone By by Bill Dobbins; Summertime by Gershwin; Django by John Lewis; Come Sunday by Duke Ellington; Little Sunflower by Freddie Hubbard; The Jive Samba by N. Adderley; Guess I'll Hang; Mode Swing by Jake Langley; Blue N' Green; Buster Rides Again by Bud Powell; Favourite Things; Time After Time; Nancy (With The Laughing Face); Lady Is A Tramp by Rodgers and Ham; The Jive Samba by N. Adderley; Shake A Lady by Ray Bryant; Messin' Around by Jimmy Smith; Mo-Jo; Filthy McNasty by Horace Silver; Birdland; Silver's Serenade; My Heart Belongs to Daddy; Guess I'll Hang My Tears; 'Round Midnight by Monk; The Fog; Wild Mountain Thyme arr by T. Roach; Blue Heads by T. Roach; Afro Blue by M. Santamaria; No Moe by Sonny Rollins; S.B. by Sandro Dominelli; Suite Things by Sandro Dominelli; Groovin' High by Dizzie; Beautiful Friendship by Stanley Styne and Donald Kahn.

Photographs of Canadian musicians

File contains photographs of Canadian musicians, many of which are signed, and most of which are not dated: S. C. Eckhardt-Gramatté with string quartet including Peggie Sampson and Victor Feldbrill; Herman Geiger-Torel; Irene Jessner; Greta Kraus; Sir Ernest MacMillan; Lois Marshall (2 photographs); Oskar Morawetz; Charles Peaker; and Redferne Hollinshead.

Arrangements by Doug Riley

File includes photocopied manuscript scores arranged by Doug Riley. Titles include Norwegian Wood; Across the Universe; Octopus's Garden; For No One; Something String Quartet; She's Leaving Home; Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End; Act Naturally; Yesterday; Strawberry Fields-Fool On The Hill String Quartet.

Juba script

File includes script of Juba as well as a brochure of R.S.V.P. Broadway:The New 1930s Musical Comedy

Scores and parts

Subseries includes manuscript scores with parts for various ensembles with Phil Nimmons acting as main author. The subseries includes music for orchestra, for orchestra and chorus, for jazz ensemble (Nimmons ‘N’ Nine), for jazz combo, for instrumental ensemble, and incidental music for radio plays.

Letters

Subseries includes correspondence both written and sent to Kathleen Parlow from 1868-1967. Subseries also includes envelopes and a few newspaper clippings, perhaps included in the letters. Notable writers include Leopold Auer who was Kathleen Parlow's teacher.

Correspondence, writings, and publicity material

File contains autographed letters, signed (ALS) from Deems Taylor (February 17, 1927), Gordon V. Thompson (May 4, 1927), and Edna St. Vincent Millay (October 6, 1927); letters to Earle Poling (1923-1937); texts of lectures (1925-1952); and, press releases and magazine articles (1928-1960).

Snapshots

File contains an album of snapshots that includes photographs of England and Italy (1925-1929); New York (1929); and, Banff (1931).

Opera libretti

File includes libretti for : Heloise and Abelard by Charles Wilson, libretto by Eugene Benson (1973) ; Samson et Dalilah by Camille Saint-Saëns with French and English text (English version by M.J. Barnett for the National Opera Company of Canada, 1913-1914 season) ; Louis Riel by Harry Somers, libretto by Mavor Moore with the collaboration of Jacques Languirand (1967) ; Crazy to Kill by John Beckwith, libretto by James Reaney (for the Guelph Spring Festival, May 11, 1989) ; The Golden Ass, libretto by Robertson Davies (1999) ; The Luck of Ginger Coffey by Raymond Pannell, libretto by Ronald Hableton (commissioned by the Canadian Opera Company, 1967) ; Deirdre by Healey Willan, libretto by John Coulter (1965) ; The Shivaree by John Beckwith, libretto by James Reaney (1982) ; and, Mario and the Magician by Harry Somers, libretto by Rod Anderson (1992).

Scrapbook compiled by Milton Blankstein

File consists of a scrapbook compiled by the Milton Blankstein (later, Blackstone), consisting of newspaper clippings of reviews and press notices, photographs, and programs relating to his career in New York City, Toronto, and other Canadian cities. The scrapbook includes a signed photograph of Eugène Ysaÿe and and Boris Hambourg (dated in Toronto, 1918).

Blackstone, Milton

Boyd Neel scores lists

File contains various typescript lists of Boyd Neel's music library, including scores and parts.

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