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I surrender dear

File contains a score for "The Group" (Nimmons 'N' Nine). The score is an arrangement of the song by Harry Barris, published by Mills Music Inc.

Open house : music for jazz ensemble

File includes the outlines for the television show "Open House" and musical cues for the show, which aired on CBC television on April 12, 19, 26, 1956. File includes scores and parts for the following: "Blues," "Standard," "Open house," "The man I love," "Mountain Greenery," "Manhattan," "The three B's," "One step forward," "Cricket on the heart," "Possum dust," "All too soon," "Reflections," "Medley," "What is this thing called love?," "Body and soul," "Blooming Bud," "Blue moon," and "A pretty girl is like a melody."

Suite P.E.I. : music for jazz ensemble

File includes the score and parts. The cover of the score includes a listing of the performers for the premiere performance in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island in August 1973.

Parts only

Subseries includes manuscript music, parts only, with Phil Nimmons acting as main author, including music for jazz ensemble and music for chorus.

The nymph and the lamp

File contains the script for a CBC broadcast on January 24, 1951. The score was not returned to Phil Nimmons by CBC.

Dr. Dogbody's leg : incidental music for orchestra

File contains the scripts and scores for CBC broadcasts on February 5, 12, 19, 26; March 4, 11, 18, 25; (9th installment not dated); April 22, 29, 1952. The script is by Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall, adapted by Joseph Schull.

Joseph Howe : part 1 : incidental music for orchestra

File contains the script, score, and parts for a production on CBC Wednesday Night on March 21, 1956. Cues include "Cruel mother title", "Printing press", Sable Island", "Spanish lady waltz", "Dark eyed sailor", "Peter Rambelay", "As I rode out", and "Nova Scotia E T".

Big Geordie : incidental music for radio play

File contains incidental music for orchestra for a CBC broadcast on Tuesday Night on February 27, 1966. It was replayed in January 1967. The file includes a re-write for cue no. 1 and additional brass parts for the January 1967 version. The script is by J. Frank Willis.

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