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John Beckwith fonds
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Critical correspondence

File consists of John Beckwith’s letters to the editor, reviews, and related correspondence concerning music performances, publications, and institutions.

Personal correspondence

File includes letters from Raymond Dudley, Udo Kasemets, Bruce Mather, Colleen and James Reaney,R. Murray Schafer, Peter Williams, Robert Fleming, Stanley Bulley, Lee Hoiby, W. S. Morrison, Glenn Gould, Harry Somers, Jean Howson, Walter Herbert, Ray Pierce, John Sidgwick, John Hawkins, Lothar Klein, Jean Papineau-Couture, Timothy McGee, Dorothy Freed, Elizabeth Gallat-Morin, Chan Wing-Wah, Carl Morey, Otto Joachim, Peter Hatch, Albert Greer, Talivaldis Kenins, Andrew Benson -- Gwendoline Harper, Myra Hess, Spencer H. Elliott, Ira Dilworth, H. C. Hamilton, Leo Smith, Alberto Guerrero, Richard Johnston, John Felice, Gustav Ciamaga, Barbara Pentland, Robert Aitken, Ezra Schabas, Sydney Hodkinson, John Weinzweig, Ruth Humphrey, Pierre Souvairan, Lois Marshall, Gabriel Charpentier, Nicholas Slonimsky, William Wright, Stephen Young, Robert Stevenson, Harry Hickman, Lubomyr Melnyk.

Personal and professional correspondence

File contains letters to and from: Hugh Anson-Cartwright, Arved Ashby, Irene Bailey, Duane Bates, Simon Beck (Globe and Mail), Guido Bimberg, William Blissett, Frank Callaway, Austin Clarkson, Helen Coates (for Leonard Bernstein), Nathalie Cooke, L. M. Cragg, Richard Crawford, Gail Dixon, Colin Eatock, George E. Evelyn, jr., Timothy Findley, Dorothy Freed, Elisabeth Gallat-Morin, Alan Gillmor, Rebecca Green, Albert Greer, Linda Hutcheon, Helmut Kallmann, David Lasker (Globe and Mail), Marshall McLuhan, Timothy McGee, Jeffrey Richards, Stanley Saunders, Erich Schwandt, Ray Smith, Barbara Somers, Teresa Stratas, Brian Thompson, Tanya Tintner, William Toye, Jennifer Waring, Marlene Wehrle, and William and Patricia Wright.

Miscellaneous correspondence

File contains letters to and from: Joanna Anonychuck (VNMS), Edith Binnie, Gordon Burnett (Jubilate Singers), Chan Wing-Wah, Gustav Ciamaga, Buddy Clark (Catholic University), Timothy J. Cooper, Edward Deckard, David Dorward, Tannis Fast, Paul Freeman, Wayne Gilpin, Bryan Gooch, Ivan Hammond (Bowling Green Brass Quintet), Neil Houlton (OIC), Guy Huot, Nick Kaethler, Karen Kieser, Odaline de la Martinez, Allan Mattes, Paul McIntyre, John A. Miller, John Poole, Doreen Rao, E. Michael Richards, John Rimmer, Elliott Schwartz, Ed Strenkowski, Wayne Strongman, Barbara Sweete (Rhombus Media), and Don Wherry (Sound Symposium).

Correspondence with musicians

File contains various forms of correspondence from musicians, including letters; a poem “Fuguing Tune” by Bill Aide; a flexi disc recording of R. Murray Schafer’s “Dédicace” (1976), given to John Beckwith and Kathleen McMorrow for new year’s 1983; and the manuscript and parts for a string quartet, written by Jack Behrens for John Beckwith’s 80th birthday.

Honours from Queen’s University and Victoria University, and for eightieth birthday

File contains photographs, nomination letters, introductory speeches, newspaper clippings, programs, and correspondence relating to John Beckwith’s awards and honours, including: Diplôme d’honneur (1996); an honorary doctorate from Queen’s University (1998); an honorary doctorate from Victoria University (1999); 80th birthday celebrations at the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto (2007); Lauréat du Prix Amis de la musique canadienne (2010); Friends of Canadian Music Award (2011); the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal (2013); Arts & Letters Award (2013); and Distinguished Fine Arts Alumni award from Oak Bay High School (2015).

The killdeer

File contains the score and parts for Beckwith's incidental music for the James Reaney play "The Killdeer," written for piano/celesta, clarinet, trumpet, violin, double bass, and percussion (2 players). The file also includes the music for "The River of Time" for unaccompanied medium voice.

A Chaucer suite : sketch

File contains sketches for the rondeau, first couplet, and second couplet of John Beckwith’s “A Chaucer Suite” for contralto, tenor, and baritone.

Jonah : chamber cantata

File contains a copy of the score for Beckwith's chamber cantata "Jonah," for alto, tenor and two baritone soloists, SATB chorus, and instrumental ensemble (clarinet, horn, strings and timpani).

Wednesday's child

File contains two copies of the score for Beckwith's composition, written for three speakers, soprano, tenor, flute, viola, piano, and percussion.

The trumpets of summer

File contains a copy of the vocal score for male speaker, SATB soloists, SATB chorus, and piano.

Canada dot

File contains score for S,A,T, and B soloists, 4 speakers and instrumental ensemble (flute/piccolo, clarinet, trumpet, trombone, percussion, piano/celeste, violin, viola, and double bass).

Circle, with tangents

File contains two scores for harpsichord, 7 violins, 3 violas, 2 violoncellos and 1 double bass.

Fanfare

File contains score and parts for 3 trumpets, 2 trombones, and bass trombone or tuba, as well as additional combined part for trumpets, and for trombones.

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