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Classical scores

Series contains various classical scores and parts, many of which were arranged and/or composed by Doug Riley.

Sound recordings

Series consists of materials for: Cascando (1963-1965), Wordsong (1971-1973), Guitarmusic for John Cage (1972-1975), Wordmusic (1973-1974), Mikemusics (1973-1977), Silencesong (1974), Minutemusics (1977-1980), Thunderword (1978-1979), Nonologue (Onemanshow, 1980), and Sh! (Mikemusics, 1973-1977).

Toronto music education

Series consists of materials relating to music education in Toronto, including at the Toronto Conservatory of Music and the Toronto College of Music.

Photographs and Microforms

The series F. Photographs and Microforms covers the years 1965 to 1995 and 1999 to 2005. The collection, which mostly depicts the university and campus events and individuals, is a compilation of photographic materials that were taken by staff and students at UTSC for a variety of purposes. There are two subseries in series F

B3 quartet projects

Series contains sheet music and set lists relating to projects of the B3 Quartet from years 1980-1998.

Recordings

Series consists of recordings of performances of John Beckwith's compositions, and interviews and lectures by Beckwith.

External Sources of Information

The series E. External Sources of Information covers the years 1956 and 1960 to 2007. The series contains items that are relevant to UTSC’s history and operations but were not created at the university or by university bodies. The materials have been placed in subseries based on their institution of origin or a perceived similarity in use. There are nine subseries in series E.

Audio recordings

Series consists of audio recordings of works by Talivaldis Kenins, including some recordings of performances conducted by Kenins and some world premieres. Many of the recordings were made for CBC broadcast. Others were performed at the University of Toronto. The series also includes three audio cassettes from a 1996 program on CJRT-FM that featured an interview with Kenins interspersed with recordings of his compositions, and recordings of Kenins' son George Juris Kenins performing the cello.

Autographs

Series consists of the following autographs, collected by Florence L. Clarke, first wife of Henry John Cody, president of University of Toronto (1932-1945): Emma Abbott (1882); Teresa Carreño (1883); Emma Juch (1885); Clara Louise Kellogg (1885); Sofia Scalchi-Lolli; Ede Remenyi; Marcella Sembrich (1883); Potta (1882); Blatchford Kavanagh; Etelka Gerster Gardini (1882); Gabriella Boema; Emma Thursby (1883); Eugenia Pappenheim; Helena Modjeske (1882); Camilla Urn (1883); Mary F. Scott-Siddons (1880); Kate Claxton (1882); Zelia Trebelli; Minnie Hauk (1882); Rose Coghlan (1882); Rafael Joseffy; August Wellesley; Geneviève Ward (1882); five other illegible signatures.

Biographical

Series includes awards and honours, radio transcripts, portraits, journal articles, and other bibliographic documents.

Photographs

Series contains photographs of Greta Kraus (professional and candid), Elizabeth Benson Guy, Beulah Bondi, Jon and Hatti Vickers, Lois Marshall, and various other friends, musicians, and family members.

Teaching materials

Series consists of examination papers set, lecture notes, and student papers from Kenins's time at the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto.

Postmortem documents

Series consists of documents created after Leslie Bell's death, including letters of condolence written to his wife Leona Bell; copies of his obituaries; and, documents pertaining to the Leslie Bell Scholarship, which was established in his name by the Leslie Bell Singers Alumnae in 1971. The award was created to support choral conductors further their professional careers and enhance their conducting abilities. The award is managed by the Ontario Arts Council (OAC).

Services

Series D, Services, covers the years 1949 and 1952 through 2009. The university provides many services for faculty, staff, and students. The series is has been arranged base on the department providing services (i.e. the library); some smaller service providers are grouped together based on a common target audience (i.e. faculty and staff organizations). The series is divided into ten subseries.

Teaching and performance materials

Series consists of materials created by J. Churchill Arlidge in the course of his teaching and performance career, including sheet music with added vocal parts, written in his own hand, a practice record booklet that he published in Toronto in 1907, and the script and program for a concert that he gave in the 1880s.

Concerts

Series consists of materials produced by the Aldeburgh Connection for each of their concerts, including the Sunday Afternoon Concert Series, held at Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto (1982-2013); the Recital Series at the Glenn Gould Studio, Toronto (1993-2013); the Discovery Series (also called the Young Artists Series), held at Walter Hall (1998-2011); the Bayfield Festival of Song (2007-2012); and various concerts performed on tour in North America and Great Britain. Each file contains the records created and used in the production of the concert, including promotional materials (programs, posters, and pamphlets); correspondence with musicians, sponsors, and venues; newspaper clippings of concert reviews; contracts with performers and venues; research notes; narrative scripts for the Sunday Afternoon Concert Series; scores annotated by Stephen Ralls and Bruce Ubukata; arrangements and transpositions of songs; stage, set, and lighting designs; subscriber lists; and ticket sales records.

Financial records

Series contains budgets, financial reports, grant applications, and records of New Music Concerts' fundraising efforts that contributed to the daily operations of the organization, the presentation of individual concerts, and new works commissioned from composers.

Photographs

Series consists of promotional and professional photographs of Elizabeth Benson Guy, as well as photographs from her personal life, including from her 25th school reunion at Netherwood School, [New Brunswick] and in Chester, [Nova Scotia?]. The photographs pertaining to her career as a musician include photographs from her appearance in The Bartered Bride at the Toronto Conservatory of Music (1947) and in a performance of Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute, unknown date).

Programs and reviews

Series consists of programs, program notes, and reviews of concerts involving Gustav Ciamaga and/or his music, predominantly at the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto and Brandeis University. The file also includes articles and a copy of the trial proceedings for a plagiarism trial that Ciamaga testified in, and the program for the "In Memory of Gustav" concert that the Faculty of Music presented on November 4, 2012, featuring the music of Ciamaga and his colleagues. The three PDF files included are a copy of the in memoriam for Gustav Ciamaga written by Dennis Patrick for the CMC Notations newsletter (Winter 2012); a digital copy of the program for the "In Memory of Gustav" concert; and a digital copy of the program for Ciamaga's memorial service.

Microfilms

Series consists of microfilm copies of scrapbooks, correspondence, and programs relating to Theodore Thomas's career, which Ezra Schabas used for the biography Theodore Thomas : America's conductor and builder of orchestras, 1835-1905.

Ontario College of Art projects

Series consists of Udo Kasemets's notebooks, posters, and plans for projects at the Ontario College of Art (OCA). Series also contains Kasemets's OCA teaching materials and notes.

Other correspondence

Series consists of personal and professional correspondence, including letters from and to many Canadian musicians and composers.

Performance records

Series contains a programs from concerts that Greta Kraus performed in or attended, lecture notes on the topic of "the art of singing", newspaper clippings relating to Kraus or her family, and audio recordings of three concerts. The programs include the memorial tribute to Greta Kraus in Walter Hall (May 8, 1998) and "The Greta Kraus Schubertiad" produced by the Aldeburgh Connection (May 9, 2006 at the Glenn Gould Studio). Recordings include the memorial tribute; a concert produced by the Aldeburgh Connection ("Greta's Choice, January 16, 1994); and, "Celebrating Greta Kraus" (September 23, 1993). The series also contains a summary of her principal career dates, and two articles written by Thomas Hathaway: "Greta Kraus: 'A Crazy Career - Upside Down from A to Z'" and "What is a Song, How do You Sing it and What is Tradition all About?: Lois Marshall and Greta Kraus on Music-Making."

1999-2000 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1999-2000 concert season including faculty, student, and guest artists as well as ongoing concert series and faculty ensembles.

1998-1999 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1998-1999 concert season including faculty, student, and guest artists as well as ongoing concert series and faculty ensembles.

1987-1988 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1987-1988 concert season, including faculty, student, and guest artists. All recordings were made at the Faculty of Music.

1985-1986 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1985-1986 concert season including faculty, student, and guest artists as well as ongoing concert series and faculty ensembles.

1984-1985 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1984-1985 concert season, including faculty, student, and guest artists. All recordings were made at the Faculty of Music.

1983-1984 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1983-1984 concert season, including faculty, student, and guest artists. All recordings were made at the Faculty of Music.

1982-1983 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1982-1983 concert season, including faculty, student, and guest artists. All recordings were made at the Faculty of Music.

1981-1982 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1981-1982 concert season, including faculty, student, and guest artists. All recordings were made at the Faculty of Music.

1980-1981 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1980-1981 concert season, including faculty, student, and guest artists. All recordings were made at the Faculty of Music.

1979-1980 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1979-1980 concert season, including faculty, student, and guest artists. All recordings were made at the Faculty of Music.

1978-1979 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1978-1979 concert season, including faculty, student, and guest artists. All recordings were made at the Faculty of Music.

1977-1978 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1977-1978 concert season, including faculty, student, and guest artists. All recordings were made at the Faculty of Music.

1976-1977 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1976-1977 concert season, including faculty, student, and guest artists. All recordings were made at the Faculty of Music.

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