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Kenins retrospective no. 1 : CJRT-FM

File is an audio recording of a radio program, produced by Alex Baran and David Olds for CJRT-FM. This program contains clips from an interview with Kenins as well as some musical excerpts, including: Serenade for Oboe and Cello, performed by Normunds Sne and Diana Ozolina; Prlude, Chorale and Fugue, performed by Murray Perahia; Quintet, performed by Armands Abols, Sandis Steinbergs, Ilze Klava, Jurijs Savkins, and Reinis Birznieks; Beatae Voces Tenebrae, performed by the Beethoven Hall Orchestra, conducted by Boris Brott; Violin Sonata no. 2, performed by Rasma Lielmane and Ventis Zilberts; and Variations on a theme of Schubert, performed by Essex Winds.

Seventh Latvian-Canadian song and music festival : reel 2 of 2

File includes the following by Talivaldis Kenins (as well as other works by other Latvian-Canadian composers): Sonata no. 2 for violin and piano; Folk song and variations for trumpet and piano; Festival fanfares for brass ensemble; Songs of youth for mixed choir (Latvian folk music); and the Concerto da Camera no. 1 (world premiere). The festival took place in MacMillan Theatre, Edward Johnson Building, University of Toronto.

Carnet des arts : à l'arte

Item is a sample from the broadcast Carnet des arts from Montreal (Radio-Canada), where for several years Kenins served with music reportages from Toronto, occasionally travelling across Canada together with Mari-Yvonne Kendergi and Aline Legrand (the producer of the program).

Recording of George B. Kenins and Babby

File is an audio reel with recordings of Sonata op. 58 in D for cello and piano by Mendelssohn; Concerto in A minor for cello and string orchestra by Vivaldi; and Allegro Appassionato for cello by Saint-Saens. A note on the cover reads: "Solo cellist in this recording is George B. Kenins and Babby is the accompanist. Both play somewhat miserably because of a combination of over- and underwork, as this is the third day after the Grade 10 examination (May 24, 1969)."

A Kenins and Ciamaga project : music for Dizziness

File is a recording of electronic piano, electronic organ, and other electronic devices used to create music for the internationally-acclaimed film Dizziness (1975) by Dr. Hugh Barber of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto. The music was recorded by Ciamaga at the University of Toronto Electronic Music Studio (UTEMS) and was not edited.

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