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Jan Matejcek

File consists of correspondence between Oskar Morawetz (1917-2007) and Jan Matejcek (1926-2017), including correspondence regarding the 1994 SOCAN award; an audio recording of immigration discussions between Morawetz and Matejcek; recordings of performances of Zpěv naděje (Singing of hope) and Symfonietta-chvalozpěv (Sinfonietta-hymn) by Jan Hanuš; Matejcek’s compilation of Morawetz’s jokes from conversations and lectures; and, Matejcek’s history of BMI Canada Ltd. and PROCAN (Performing Rights Organization of Canada). File also contains a transcripts from radio broadcasts on the Czech composer Alois Hába, from Devega Edizioni Musicali.

Matějček, Jan

Mikemusic I : chimes

Item is a reel-to-reel tape, which was recorded at Ontario College of Art (OCA) East.

Wordsong

Item is a reel-to-reel tape. The label is signed by Udo Kasemets.

Wordsong

Item is a reel-to-reel tape with two readings, one recorded in either direction. The box is signed by Udo Kasemets.

Wordsong

Item is a reel-to-reel tape with two readings, one recorded in either direction. The box is signed by Udo Kasemets.

Cascando : tape 1 of 3

Item is the master reel-to-reel tape, which includes two versions each of "Mashed potatoes" and "Instant Tea."

Cascando : tape 2 of 3

Item is a reel-to-reel tape, which includes Spitzer, Mills & Bates Limited; Sani-Flush "Hospital Clean"; and, 30-sec. French TV, according to its label.

Cascando : tape 3 of 3

Item is the master reel-to-reel tape, which includes All Clear "Du Barry"; 1-20 sec.; and, Beep on No. 3 dead sync, according to its label.

Wordmusic mix

Item is a reel-to-reel tape, which was recorded at the Electronic Music Studio (EMS) at McGill University by Alcides Lanza, Ted Dawson, Margaret Henry, Michel Longtin, and Bill Miller with a Scully and two Ampex tape machines.

Wordmusic

Item is a reel-to-reel tape, which was made by Dick Higgins and Michael Cooper. According to the description on the box, it was "recorded on round hook rug in library of Dick Higgins's house on Cisco Road in Barton, Vermont from 9:15 pm on. Read by Dick Higgins and Michael Cooper, recorded on Sony E.S.P. auto reverse machine at 19 cm, 8-track (mostly blank) stereo. Was supposed to include version by Clive Robertson which failed to arrive in time - proceeded without." The dictionaries used include Svensk-Engelsk ordbok (Stockholm: Läromedelsförlagen, Språkförlaget, 1970); David Kin, ed., Dictionary of American Proverbs (New York: Philosophical Library, 1955); Pierre Artigue, ed., Qui sont les leaders congolais? (Brussels: Editions Europe-Afrique, 1961); Heinz Küpper, ed., Wörterbuch der Deutschen Umgangsprache, Band I (Hamburg: Claassen Verlag, 1963); J.E. Mansion, ed., Mansion's Shorter French and English Dictionary (Boston: D.C. Heath and Co., 1940); Richard Burn, A New Law Dictionary (Dublin: Brett Smith, 1792); Bruce Rodgers, ed., The Queen's Vernacular, a Gay Lexicon (San Francisco: Straight Arrow Books, 1972); Hans Sperber and Travis Trittschuh, eds., Dictionary of American Political Terms (New York: McGraw Hill Book Company, 1962); Hyman E. Goldin, ed., A Treasury of Jewish Holidays (New York: Twayne Publishers, 1952); Marjorie Tallman, Dictionary of American Folklore (New York: Philosophical Library, 1959); Hyman E. Goldin, Frank O'Leary, and Morris Lipsius, Dictionary of American Underworld Lingo (New York: Twayne Publishers, Inc., 1950); and, Gustav Davidson, A Dictionary of angels including Fallen angels (New York: Free Press, 1957).

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