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1908-03-06/Netherlands/Amsterdam

  • OTUFM 02-5-10-Prog-1075
  • Item
  • March 6, [1908]
  • [இதன்] பகுதியானKathleen Parlow fonds

Concert features Kathleen Parlow, accompanied by Johan Wijsman.
Performers: Parlow, Kathleen, 1890-1963 ; Wijsman, Johan 1872-1913

Books

Series consists of 2 published books about La Troupe des Anciens and Paulette Collet.

Recordings

Series consists of various video and audio recordings of La Troupe des Anciens' performances over the years, including recordings of "Tartuffe", "L’Avare", "Le bourgeois gentilhomme", "Les precieuses ridicules", "Le malade imaginaire", "Le medecin malgre lui", and more.
Series additionally includes several videos of commercial productions of Molière's plays.

Programmes

Series consists of collected programmes from performances of La Troupe des Anciens from 1975 to 2019. Series also includes ticket examples from several shows, as well as records relating to the group's 50th anniversary event.

Media

Series consists of publications about La Troupe des Anciens and Professor Paulette Collet. Publications include articles, reviews, and promotional material for the troupe's various theatrical productions, all of which are largely found in full-length issues of newspapers and newsletters.

Posters

Series consists of promotional posters for performances put on by La Troupe des Anciens over the years, as well as one poster celebrating the troupe's 50th anniversary.

Photographs

Series largely consists of photographs documenting La Troupe des Anciens' various performances throughout 1971 to 2011, but also includes photographs of cast members, production members, and several after-parties.

La Troupe des Anciens fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1971 - 2019

Fonds consists of records created by La Troupe des Anciens, a theatre group founded within the University of Toronto. Records in this fonds illustrate the troupe’s various theatrical operations since its founding, including photographs, posters, sample tickets, books, newspaper articles, audio recordings, video recordings, and performance programmes.

La Troupe des Anciens

Pete White Fonds

  • CA ON00349 2017.020
  • Fonds
  • 1888 - 2022

This fonds has been arranged into five series based on the creator’s order. These series are as follows:
Series One: Songwriting
Series Two: Screenwriting
Series Three: Digital Print Writing
Series Four: Writers Guild of Canada
Series Five: Kaslo/Kootenays and Mining
Series One: Songwriting includes records pertaining to White’s songwriting career with Paul Hann. This series has been arranged into subseries as follows:
Subseries One: Commercial Releases includes Paul Hann’s commercial albums and singles, with songs written by White. Records in this series include 12 in. vinyl LPs for “A Fine White Thread,” “Another Tumbleweed,” “Paul Hann,” “High Test” and “Hometown Hero.” It also includes 8-track cassettes of “A Fine White Thread,” “Another Tumbleweed,” and “Paul Hann.” This subseries also features commercially released compilation albums featuring Paull Hann, including “In the Dawning: A Story of Canada” on 12 in. vinyl as well as compact disc. It also includes “The ACME Sausage Company,” a compilation of CKUA radio featuring a performance by Paul Hann. Finally, this subseries includes the limited release compact disc “Acrid Smoke and Amber Drink: The Lost Songs of Pete White and Paul Hann 1968-1978.”
Subseries Two: Original Recordings and Digital Transfers includes various recordings made by White and Hann on ¼ in. audio tape as well as 2 in. audio tape. This includes registration demos for BMI, outtakes, unreleased singles, interim mixes, and master recordings of songs and albums. This also includes recordings made by Paul Hann and the band Canadian Club for CKUA radio. Finally, this subseries includes digital transfers of audio tapes to compact disc.
Subseries Three: Film and Television Soundtracks
This subseries includes recordings made by White and Hann for film and television soundtracks on ¼ in. audio tape. This includes compositions for “The Parent Puzzle,” “Faces of Yesterday: History of Schooling in Alberta”, “Prairie Years,” and “Come Alive.”
Subseries Four: Songs Lists, Lyrics, Chronologies includes records related to White’s songwriting and publishing career with Paul Hann. Records in this subseries include songs lists and publisher share information, music and lyrics, contracts, and correspondence.
Subseries Five: Business Affairs includes records related to the business and management side of White’s work with Paul Hann. Included in this subseries are correspondence, performance contracts, mechanical license agreements, songwriting and publishing agreements, recording contracts, original music service agreements and composers’ agreements, song registration forms, and royalties statements.
Subseries Six: Promo Materials and Photos includes records related to the promotional aspects of White’s work with Paul Hann. Included in this subseries are press kits, aggregated reviews, and promotional photographs.
Subseries Seven: Clippings and Ephemera includes newspaper and magazine clippings related to White and Hann’s music career, as well as festival and performance programmes. This subseries also includes copies of the book “The Game of Our Lives” by Peter Gzowski, which includes the lyrics to White and Hann’s song “Hometown Hero” in its preface.
Series Two: Screenwriting includes records related to White’s screenwriting career, and it has been arranged into the following subseries based on a career chronology provided by the creator:
Subseries One: One-Off Short Films includes records related to short films written by White. Records in this subseries include screenplays, shooting scripts, and script outlines. Works represented in this subseries include: “Starting Over,” “The Treasure,” “Generations”, “The Ballet Class,” “Snowbirds,” “Years of Sorrow, Years of Shame,” and “Scarlet Heritage.”
Subseries Two: Television Series includes records related to television shows written by White. Records in this subseries include screenplays, shooting scripts, treatments, outlines and premises, episode screeners and dubs, correspondence, press clippings, show prep memos, cast lists, shooting schedules, day out of days schedules, beat sheets, and notes. Works represented in this subseries include: “The Parent Puzzle,” “Stony Plain,” “The Beachcombers,” “Danger Bay,” “The Campbells,” “Bordertown,” “Airwolf II,” “Family Pictures,” “War of the Worlds,” “Jericho 911,” “Northwood” and “Da Vinci’s Inquest.”
Subseries Three: Television Movies includes records related to television movies written by White. Records in this subseries include correspondence, treatments, outlines, screenplays, shooting scripts, production stills, promotional one-sheets, crew lists, call sheets, press clippings, preliminary VHS screeners, a production cap and crew t-shirt, as well as research interviews on audio tape. Works represented in this subseries include: “Striker’s Mountain,” “The Legend of Ruby Silver,” and “Peacekeepers.”
Subseries Four: Screenplays includes records related to screenplays written by White. Records in this subseries include screenplays, one-sheets, film proposals, and research materials. Works represented in this series include: “Four by Four,” “Slug Addiction: A Rock & Roll Fairy Tale”, “Nighthawk Crossing” (also known as “Crossing the Line”), “Scarlet Ladies,” “Mungo” and ‘Love and Genius.”
Subseries Five: Mini-Series includes records related to mini-series written by White. Records in this subseries include screenplays, development and series outlines, correspondence, notes, outlines, beat sheets, writer’s agreement and transfer of rights agreement, and research reports. Works represented in this subseries include: “The Temptations of Big Bear,” “Mountain Men,” “The Columbia Dams,” “Midnight Son,” “Thompson & Tyrell” and “The On-to-Ottawa Trek.”
Subseries Six: Movie Treatments includes records related to movie treatments written by White. Records in this series include treatments, synopses, and outlines. Works in this subseries include: “Bernie & The Guy,” “Craig’s Man,” “Lawrence After Arabia,” and “The Flying Bandit.”
Subseries Seven: Pitches includes records related to various pitches written by White. Records in this series include one-sheet pitches, story pitches, synopses, outlines, notes and research materials. Works in this series include, but are not limited to “Headless Valley,” “The Cheaters,” “Fall of a Prince,” and “Detachment.”
Subseries Eight: Screenwriting Projects Research Materials consists of records related to research done by White, predominantly pertaining to a potential series entitled “The Denisons of Canada.” Records in this subseries include grant applications, correspondence, a television series treatment, and a project description. It also includes a substantial amount of research materials, including books, book and journal excerpts, copies of historical records including maps, photographs, correspondence and diaries, archival finding aids, genealogical records, and bibliographies. Also included in this subseries are research files for a potential new instalment of “Peacekeepers,” set in Cyprus, in 1974, as well as research for a project entitled “Graveyard of the Pacific.”
Subseries Nine: Awards consists of awards and nominations received by White over the course of his screenwriting career. Included in this series are Gemini nomination certificates for “Striker’s Mountain,” “The Legend of the Ruby Silver,” and “Peacekeepers.” It also includes awards statuettes from the Writer’s Guild of Canada Top Ten Awards, for “Ruby Silver” and “Peacekeepers.”
Subseries Ten: Miscellaneous Files includes records labeled as miscellaneous by the creator, as well as records not easily ascribed to a particular title or production. Records in this series include correspondence, WGC project registrations for various titles, matted postcards, research clippings, a brochure for White’s production company (Kicking Horse Productions), writer’s contracts and purchase agreements, and a disc containing professional photographs of White.
Subseries Eleven: Books and Reference Materials consists of books related to White’s screenwriting career. Works in this series include “Telling It: Writing for Canadian Film and Television,” (which includes a chapter by White), and “Big Screen Country: Making Movies in Alberta.” It also includes two screenplays not written by White, a book about the Avro Arrow, and an Orenda Engines branded lighter.
Series Three: Digital Print Writing includes records related to White’s digital print writing work (including novels, novelizations, and memoirs). Included in this series is a copy of White’s novel, Crimea Sabre, as well as printing order details pertaining to this book. Also included in this series are research clippings pertaining to “Crimea Sabre.” This series also includes an essay by White about the founding of the Council of Canadians. This series also includes personal short stories, genealogical research records (including family trees, correspondence, copies of military service records, and scans of family photos), and a small amount of White’s personal materials (high school report cards, membership cards, track and field ribbons).
Series Four: Writer’s Guild of Canada includes records related to White’s work with the ACTRA Writer’s Guild as well as the Writer’s Guild of Canada, and the arrangement is largely based on the creator’s original order. Records in this series include correspondence, clippings, policy and discussion papers, policy proposals, lists of guild personnel and portfolios, meeting minutes and agendas, reports, forum and working group agendas, priorities and action items lists, speeches, and notes. It also includes a full run of “The WGC News” newsletter, as well as a run of “Canadian Screenwriter” magazines from White’s time as Guild president. Finally, this subseries includes a USB key of digital files relating to White’s time as WGC president.
Series Five: Kaslo/Kootenays and Mining includes records related to White’s time as a miner, resident of Kaslo, British Columbia, and work with the Kootenay Lake Historical Society. Records in this series include newspaper and magazine clippings and brochures pertaining to home design and home building. It also includes research and copies of archival materials pertaining to the history of mining in British Columbia. It also includes historical publications by the Geological Survey of Canada, and books pertaining to the Kootenays, including a first edition of the 1888 travelogue “A Ramble In British Columbia.”

White, Pete

80th birthday celebrations

File consists of programs, newspaper clippings, and photographs from various events celebrating John Beckwith's 80th birthday, including concerts at the University of Toronto Faculty of Music and the Institute for Canadian Music (ICM).

Other awards, tributes, and honours

File contains correspondence, programs, reviews, and photographs relating to various awards, honours, and other tributes given to John Beckwith.

Loons : [meeting reports]

File consists of reports for a series of informal meetings of the self-titled "Loons," a group of artists, musicians, and writers in Toronto. Members included Harry Freedman, David Partridge, P.K. Page, Sylvia Fraser, Connie Rooke, Jack Behrens, Duncan de Kergommeaux, Alexina Louie, Vera Frenkel, Margaret Laurence, Adele Wiseman, Leon Rooke, Alex Pauk, Carol Bolt, Earle Birney, John Beckwith, Rachel Wyatt, Miriam Waddington, Elizabeth Smart, Helen Weinzweig, John Weinzweig, Harry Somers, Ron Bloore, Tony Eckhart, Gwendolyn MacEwen, Colleen Thibaudeau Reaney, James Reaney, Norman Symonds, Murray Schafer, and Joy Kogawa.

Occupational force travel permit

File consists of John Beckwith's travel permit for travelling from Vienna to Salzburg in June-July 1952.

Friends of Canadian Music award

File contains the award certificate and a copy of John Beckwith's speech for the award, which was given by the Canadian Music Centre (CMC) and the Canadian League of Composers (CLC).

Arts and Letters Club award

File consists of the program, correspondence with Robert Aitken, and a copy of Robin Elliott's talk given on the presentation of the Arts and Letters Award to John Beckwith. The program included performances of works by Beckwith, including the world premiere of Sonatina on "Mairi's Wedding". File also includes a copy of John Beckwith's tribute to Ann and Ezra Schabas (October 6, 2019).

General biographical material

  • OTUFM 10-I-4
  • Subseries
  • 1911, 1950-1990
  • [இதன்] பகுதியானJohn Beckwith fonds

Subseries consists of biographies of John Beckwith, family records, and other miscellany.

Biographical materials

File contains correspondence, lists of works, and promotional material.

Mount Allison University honorary doctorate

File contains correspondence, programs, newspaper articles, and a copy of the citation read by James A. Stark at Mount Allison University's Fall Convocation (October 18, 1974).

Canadian Music Council : best performance of Canadian works

File consists of a poster advertising the "Best performance of Canadian works" award from the Canadian Music Council for the Orford String Quartet's recording Beckwith and Schafer Quartets (Melbourne Records, 1980).

Toronto Arts Foundation award

File consists of correspondence, John Beckwith's acceptance speech, and publicity material for the Toronto Arts Foundation award (1994).

University of Guelph honorary doctorate

File consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, and a copy of John Beckwith's convocation address at the University of Guelph (February 2, 1995), which was entitled "Will you have any musicke?".

University of Victoria honorary doctorate

File consists of correspondence, programs, newspaper clippings, photographs, and a copy of John Beckwith's convocation address at the University of Victoria (November 27, 1999), which was entitled "Lucky Star."

McGill University honorary doctorate

File contains correspondence and a copy of the citation read by Paul Pedersen at McGill University's convocation (June 9, 1978).

Taking a stand : festschrift

File contains correspondence and reviews relating to the festchrift in honour of John Beckwith, edited by Timothy J. McGee. File also includes a page of caligraphy advertising the festchrift, which was previously framed.

Queen's University honorary doctorate

File consists of correspondence, programs, photographs, and a copy of John Beckwith's convocation address at Queen's University (May 28, 1998), which was entitled "We blanks are proud people; or, the call to semi-greatness."

P.R.O. Canada Award

File contains John Beckwith's plaque from the Performing Rights Organization of Canada Limited (Société de Droits d'Exécution du Canada Limitée) for "oustanding success in the concert music field".

Musical chairs : Jean A. Chalmers Chair of Canadian Music

File includes correspondence, programs, drafts of speeches, and typescript of poem "Serinette" by James Reaney. "Musical Chairs" was an event in honour of Floyd S. Chalmers, Jean A. Chalmers, and John Beckwith, the inaugural Jean A. Chalmers Professor in Music. Beckwith's talk was titled "Musical Canada: a Contraditiction in Terms?". File also includes annotated copies of his talk "An institute for CanMus."

Member of the Order of Canada

File includes colour photographs with Governor-General Jeanne Sauvé, correspondence, programs, and correspondence. John Beckwith was appointed a Member of the Order of Canada on December 21, 1987.

CJRT-FM : John Beckwith retrospective

File consists of programs, reviews, press releases, and correspondence regarding a retrospective series on CJRT-FM radio featuring John Beckwith (December 1988)

Canadian Conference of the Arts : diplôme d'honneur

File consists of correspondence and a copy of the speech by Helmut Kallmann regarding the Diplôme d'honneur that John Beckwith received from the Canadian Conference of the Arts (1996).

Awards and honours

Subseries consists of records relating to honours and awards that John Beckwith received during his lifetime, including honorary doctorates from several Canadian universities, Member of the Order of Canada, and various other tributes. Records include medals, certificates, photographs from award ceremonies, related correspondence, and copies of acceptance and convocation speeches given by Beckwith.

Student records

Subseries consists of John Beckwith's certificates, degrees, yearbooks, and select papers from his education at Oak Bay High School (Victoria, British Columbia), Victoria College (Victoria, British Columbia), and the University of Toronto (Bachelor of Music and Master of Music).

The Craigdarroch

File consists of a yearbook from Victoria College, Victoria, British Columbia, of which John Beckwith was the editor. Beckwith was also co-head of the Music Appreciation Club.

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