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Études : performances and analyses

File contains analytical notes, programs, and correspondence, including letters from Paul Grant (VNMS), Stephen Savage, Bruce Mather, Norma Beecroft, and Gail Dixon.

mostlyminimal@walterhall.calm : percussion ensemble

File consists of a recording of the concert.
Performers : Percussion Ensemble ; Beverley Johnston, director ; Bruce Chi ; Rafael Ponciano ; Edna Teguibon ; Dorian Cox ; Tim Francom, coach ; Stefan Kitai ; Greg Harrison ; Alejandro Cespedes ; Joel Cormier, coach ; Greg Harrison ; Jonathan Smith ; Dorian Cox ; Ed Reifel, coah ; Jamie Drake ; Jonathan Smith.
Event tracks :

  • Chamada suite / Igor Lesnik
  • I riti : ritual march / Giacinto Scelsi
  • What to do till the power comes on / Ann Southam
  • ...and bells remembered... / John Luther Adams
  • Glass houses. no. 1 ; no. 2 / Ann Southam
  • Dark river / John Zorn
  • ...Dust into dust... / John Luther Adams.

Composers :

  • Lešnik, Igor, 1956-
  • Adams, John Luther, 1953-
  • Scelsi, Giacinto, 1905-1988
  • Southam, Ann, 1937-
  • Zorn, John, 1953-

[family passions]

File includes printed and manuscript parts and scores for the music for Family Passions. Titles include Love Theme by Doug Riley; Opening Theme; Closing Theme by Doug Riley.

[Y. Coreaco Hood postcard to Kathleen Parlow, June 27 1938]

Caption reads: A Corner in Westminster, London; Date from postmark and related item. Message: disappointed about concerts starting later; will not need tickets; Dr. and Mrs. Archibald couldn't stay so long.
Subjects: Buildings
Geographic locations: England ; London, England
Genre: Personal Correspondence
Publisher: William Beecroft
From: Hood, Y Coreaco (?)
To: Parlow, Kathleen, 1890-1963

[Y. Coreaco Hood postcard to Kathleen Parlow, June 21 1938]

Caption reads: Entrance to Eaton Hall, Cheshire; Date from postmark. Message: Concerts start 1st Sunday in July; dreadful to ask for 7 tickets? Bobby will be with us for a week; Dr. and Mrs. Archibald driving down and want to hear you.
Subjects: Eaton Hall (England)
Geographic locations: England
Genre: Personal Correspondence
Publisher: William Beecroft
From: Hood, Y Coreaco (?)
To: Parlow, Kathleen, 1890-1963

[Y. Coreaco Hood postcard to Kathleen Parlow, April 18 1938]

Caption reads: A West Country Farm, Dunsford; Date from postmark. Message: going for holiday and to have fiddle fixed; call and hear where you are teaching this summer?
Subjects: Farms
Geographic locations: England
Genre: Personal Correspondence
Publisher: William Beecroft
From: Hood, Y Coreaco (?)
To: Parlow, Kathleen, 1890-1963

[Willem Willeke]

Subjects: Willeke, Willem
Photographer: Moffett
Dedicator: Willem Willeke

[Walill (?) postcard to Kathleen Parlow, July 17 1936]

Caption reads: Tower of London. White Tower
Message: here since Monday, rejoicing in city; you'll never know how much we enjoyed seeing you again.
Subjects: Tower of London (London, England)
Geographic locations: England ; London, England
Genre: Personal Correspondence
Publisher: Harrison and Sons, Ltd.
From: Walill (?)
To: Parlow, Kathleen, 1890-1963

[W. O. (Orwin?) postcard to Kathleen Parlow, April 5 1906]

Caption reads: Arundel Castle; Date from postmark. Message: Here for day, glorious; sorry not to ring on Monday/Tuesday; hope had nice time with Uncle A; do write.
Subjects: Castles
Geographic locations: England
Genre: Personal Correspondence
Publisher: The \National\ Series
From: W. O.
To: Parlow, Kathleen, 1890-1963

[Virginia Peterson postcard to Kathleen Parlow, April 29 1933]

Caption reads: Tower Bridge, London; [Viriginia Peterson, cellist, later married maestro Milton Katims (1909-2006), changing her name to Virginia Katims.] Message: love your native land [referring to England]; lovely summer; London is gayest city in the world; having good time, studying with Ivor James; haven't heard from H. Goodson.
Subjects: Bridges
Geographic locations: England
Genre: Personal Correspondence
Publisher: B. P. Co. Ltd.
From: Peterson, Virginia, 1912-2008
To: Parlow, Kathleen, 1890-1963

[Viole Blumen? postcard to Kathleen Parlow]

Signature unclear. Item is a postcard bearing the image of the Louvre Palace, Paris.
From: Blumen, Viole?
To: Parlow, Kathleen, 1890-1963
Subject: Parlow, Kathleen, 1890-1963
Genre: Personal correspondence

[V. Q. postcard to Kathleen Parlow, May 29 1909]

Caption reads: Canterbury Cathedral (S. W. View).; Date from postmark. Message: notes on travel, weather; hope to see you and mother on Tuesday.
Subjects: Cathedrals
Geographic locations: England
Genre: Personal Correspondence
Publisher: Unknown
From: V. Q.
To: Parlow, Kathleen, 1890-1963

[Untitled]

File contains sketches and draft scores, and a PrimePhonetic Musicαβ for 1 to 7 octaves.

[Untitled]

Manuscript ; Likely part of Kathleen Parlow's composition notebook.
Instrumentation: Violin and piano

[Untitled]

Manuscript (most likely the composer's) dedicated to Kathleen Parlow.
Instrumentation: Violin and piano

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