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William E. Beckel fonds

  • CA UTSC 020
  • Fonds
  • 1964-1966, 1995

Fonds contains university records, university publications, and newspaper clippings and magazines regarding aspects of the beginnings of Scarborough College.

Beckel, William E.

From Scarborough College' TV Series

Includes Press Release No. 1 with information on the television series, as well as a programme listing the 39 television lectures, listing them by date, title, host, and lecturer.

Architectural Forum

Features long article with colour photographs, "The New Campus" by Oscar Newman, on Scarborough College. Front cover shows Scarborough College, signed by W. E. Beckel.

Harper's Magazine

Scarborough College is featured in article "Canada's New Turn in Architecture" by Edgar Kaufman, Jr. with images by John Reeves (page 63-64).

Time Magazine

Featuring an article "A Satellite Built for TV" on television at Scarborough College with five photographs in colour.

Formal Opening records

Contains the programme of the formal opening of Scarborough College, a letter about parking, and typed speech by Principal A. F. W. Plumptre.

Catalogue and CV of W. Beckel by D. Beckel

Contains lists of the material provided in this fonds in four separate lists: speeches, programs, ephemera; newspaper clippings; official publications; other publications. Not all material listed was found among the material.

A.B.B. Moore fonds

  • CA ON00357 2167
  • Fonds
  • 1924-2004

Fonds consists of the following series: Student records, 1928-1931; Diaries and journals, 1924-1989; Writing, 1937-1992; Tributes/memorabilia, 1927-2004; and Memoirs, [ca. 1983] - [ca. 1988]. In addition, there is one class stick.

Moore, Arthur Bruce Barbour

Tributes / Memorabilia

Series consists of records, including correspondence, scrapbooks, certificates, printed material, and photographs,1927-2004, relating to various tributes and honours accorded A.B.B. Moore, primarily from Victoria University; as well as memorabilia accumulated by him, 1930-1945, relating to his wife and father. There is also a Victoria University class stick (n.d.).

Great composers of the 20th century

File consists of a program and recording of the concert, which took place in Walter Hall.

Performers: Student Chamber Ensemble ; Ka Nin Chan, conductor.

Program:

  • Eight pieces for four timpani. Canaries / Elliott Carter (John Thompson, timpani)
  • Sonata for two pianos. Theme with variations / Igor Stravinsky (Kent Price, Amanta Scott, piano)
  • Sonatine / Karlheinz Stockhausen (Nancy Borusiewich, violin ; Leslee Lebar, piano)
  • 15 pieces for harp. Shadows / John Weinzweig (Sharlene Wallace, harp)
  • 15 pieces for harp. Quick march / John Weinzweig (Laura Stephenson, harp)
  • Sonatas and interludes (excerpts) / John Cage (Michael Karswick, prepared piano)
  • Sharon fragments / John Beckwith (Christine Sawicki, Sandra Schwartz, Susan Westmacott, Mirium Wolf, sopranos ; Francine Himelfarb, Carol Richardson, Jacqueline Tracy, Sheila Wills, altos ; Robert Kirstein, Jay Lambie, tenors ; Bruce Alcock, David Parker, Craig Penrose, Steve Warkentin, bass ; Julia Iacono, accompanist)
  • Funf Stucke fur Orchester, op. 10 / Anton Webern (Christine Feierabend, flute, piccolo ; Genevieve Graham, oboe ; Ameene Shishakly, E-flat clarinet ; Laurie Bell, B-flat clarinet ; Janet Parker, horn ; Valerie Cowie, trumpet ; John Loretan, trombone ; Laura Stephenson, harp ; Ian Wright, Craig Penrose, percussion ; Tony Streisslberger, celeste ; Janet Peaker, harmonium ; Liz Alford, violin ; Sheila Smyth, viola ; Margot Marlatt, cello ; Jeremy Webster, contrabass ; Any Charron, mandolin ; Rachel Gauk, guitar)
  • Baroque variations. Phorion / Lukas Foss (Jennifer Cluff, piccolo ; Christine Feierabend, flute ; Genevieve Graham, Lawrence Charge, oboe ; Brian Simpson, Ameen Shishakly, Laurie Bell, clarinet ; Maurizio Rossetto, soprano saxophone ; Eric Degray, bassoon ; Janey Sargent, Jennifer Wilson, Colleen Young, horn ; Mary Jay, Craig Penrose, Steve Warkentin, trumpet ; Lee Milliken, trombone ; Bruce Alcock, tuba ; Ian Wright, Craig Penrose, Lee Milliken, percussion ; Srah Tay, electric piano ; Andy Charron, electric guitar ; Paul Jenkins, electric organ ; Carol Fujino, Anita Buttemer, Valerie Sylvester, Marie-Andree Demers, Vicky Dvorak, Joanna Zabrowarna, violin ; Sheila Smyth, Marie-Claude BRunet, Rena De Coursey, viola ; Margot Marlatt, cello).

Student chamber groups

File consists of a recording and program from the concert in Walter Hall. The chamber ensembles were coached by Margaret Parsons-Poole, John Kruspe, and Eugene Rittich.

Program:

  • Suite no. 1, op. 5. La nuit...l'amour / S. Rachmaninoff (Monika Kasprazak, Renata Kasprazak, piano)
  • Variations on a theme by Paganini / W. Lutoslawski (Monika Kasprazak, Renata Kasprazak, piano)
  • Trio for clarinet, violin and piano / A. Khatchaturian (Scott Nykalyk, clarinet ; Valerie Selander, violin ; Marta McCarthy, piano)
  • Kleine Kammermusik / P. Hindemith (Leslie Newman, flute ; Joanne Allen, oboe ; Ameen Shishakly, clarinet ; Linda Bronicheski, French horn ; Bill Cannaway, bassoon).

Student chamber music groups

File consists of a program and recording of the concert in Walter Hall.

Program:

  • Quintette / Jean Francaix (Christine Feierabend, flute ; Brian Simpson, clarinet ; Genevieve Graham, oboe ; Jenny Wilson, horn ; Larkin Hinder, bassoon)
  • Divertimento no. 1 in B-flat / Josef Haydn (Jody Evans, flute ; Eric Evans, clarinet ; Pippa WIlliams, oboe ; Neil Spaulding, horn ; Sterling MacNay, bassoon)
  • Divertissement, op. 36 / Emile Bernard (Christine Feierabend, flute ; Brian Simpson, clarinet ; Jody Evans, flute ; Eric Evans, clarinet ; Genevieve Graham, oboe ; Neil Spaulding, horn ; Pippa Williams, oboe ; Jenny Wilson, horn ; Larkin Hinder, Sterling MacNay, bassoon).

Student chamber music groups

File consits of a program and recording from the concert in Walter Hall.

Program:

  • Sonata for trumpet and piano / Paul Hindemith (Robert DiVito, trumpet ; Eila Jackson, piano ; Patricia Parr, coach)
  • Fantaisie / J.S. Bach
  • Teddy trombone / Henry Fillmore (Robert DiVito, Dan Timmermans, trumpets ; Madeline Levinson, horn ; Kevin Thompson, trombone ; Michael Redner, tuba ; Claude Engli coach)
  • Swiss folk melodies / traditional (John Loretan, alphorn).

Steven Staryk

File cosnsists of a recording and program of a lecture by Steven Staryk, concertmaster of the Toronto Symphony on "The Role of the Concertmaster."

Music by student composers

File consists of a program and recording from the concert.

Program:

  • 3 songs / Mary Soulis (Mary Hahn, soprano ; Mary Soulis, piano)
  • 4 pieces for four hands / Kent Price (Mary Soulis, Kent Price, piano)
  • Music for claves / Michael Kerwin (Joe Cordi, John Thompson, Michael Shiner, Mark Mazur, Paul Ormandy)
  • 4 shsort movements for horn and piano / Alexander Rapoport (Jenny Wilson, horn ; Omar Daniel, piano)
  • Safari / Paul N. Brown (Ui-Kyung Park, flute ; Mike Marcuzzi, trumpet ; Janet Sargent, horn ; Bernardo Padron, alto saxophone ; John Dugan, trombone).

Student chamber music groups

File consists of a program and recording from the concert.

Program:

  • Sonata for flute and harp. Larghetto / Gaetano Donizetti
  • Piece en forme de habanera / Maurice Ravel
  • Adagio / J.S. Bach
  • Entr'acte pour flute et harpe / Jacques Ibert (Leslie Newman, flute ; Laura Stephenson, harp ; Judy Loman, coach)
  • Sonata in A major / Cesar Franck (David Greve, flute ; Peter Krochak, piano ; John Kruspe, coach)
  • Sonata no. 5 in F, op. 24. Allegro / Ludwig van Beethoven (Joanne Opgenorth, violin ; Paul Lachance, piano ; Patricia Parr, Lorand Fenyves, coaches)
  • Quintet / John Weinzweig (Leslie Newman, flute ; Joanne Allen, oboe ; Ameene Shishakly, clarinet ; Bill Cannaway, bassoon ; Linda Bornicheski, French horn ; Eugene Rittich, coach).

Student chamber music groups

File consits of a program and recording from the concert in Walter Hall.

Program:

  • String quartet no. 16 in F, op. 135 / Ludwig van Beethoven (Paul Zafer, Dean Marshall, violins ; Jonathan Craig, viola ; Margot Marlatt, cello)
  • String quartet no. 4 in E minor, op. 44, no. 2 / Felix Mendelssohn (Marc Sabat, Carol Fujino, violins ; Rifat Qureshi, viola ; Laura Jones, cello)
  • String quartet no. 1 in C minor, op. 51, no. 1 / Johannes Brams (Geoff Nuttall, Nicole Zarry, violins ; Anya Aide, viola ; Zoltan Rozsnyai, cello)
  • String quartet no. 1 in C minor, op. 51, no. 1 / Johannes Brahms (Joanne Opgenorth, Michael Sproule, violins ; Carol Fujino, viola ; Janet Kuschak, cello).

Student percussion ensemble

File consists of a program and recording of a concert by the student percussion ensemble, coached by Robin Engelman.

Program:

  • Fanfare for percussion ensemble / Robin Engelman
  • Three pieces for percussion quartet ; Streams / Warren Benson
  • So long and thanks for the fish / Blair MacKay
  • Song of Queztecoatl / Lou Harrison
  • Trio for percussion ; Variations on a handmade theme / Warren Benson.

Gianni Schicchi / Puccini ; Les mamelles de Tiresias / Poulenc

File consists of a program and recording of the University of Toronto Opera Division productions of Gianni Schicchi by Puccini and Les Mamelles de Tiresias by Poulenc, which took place in the MacMillan Theatre. Both productions were in English, conducted by James Fraser-Craig, and directed by Constance Fisher.

Gianni Schicchi performers: Peter Barnes, Gianni Schicchi ; Sung-Ha Shin, Lauretta ; Stephen McClare, Rinuccio

Les Mamelles de Tiresias performers: Robert Ursan, Director of the Theatre ; Jane Leibel, Therese ; Gary Rideout, Therese's Husband ; Robert Dirstein, Monsieur Lacouf ; Robert Milne, Monsieur Presto ; Mark Wilson, A Gendarme ; Lisa Gaasenbeek, A Newspaper Vendor ; Louise Van Winkle, A Reporter from Paris ; Anne Demougin, The Sonuccini.

Opera excerpts

File consists of a recording and program from the concert by the University of Toronto Opera Division, which took place in the MacMillan Theatre.

Program:

  • L'Ormindo : Act 1, Scene 3 / Francesco Cavalli (Sung-Ha Shin, Erisbe ; Anne Demougin, Mirinda ; Kenneth Beal, Ormindo ; Robert Ursan, Amide ; Michael Evans, Musical Director and Pianist ; Constance Fisher, Stage Director)
  • Werther : Scene from Act III / Jules Massenet (Louise Van Winkle, Charlotte ; Karen Davis, Sophie ; Gary Rideout, Werther ; Michael Evans, Musical Director ; Michael Albano, Stage Director ; Michael Evans, pianist ; Stephen Ralls, pianist)
  • Don Pasquale : Act I, Scene 2 / Gaetano Donizetti (Sherri Curtis, Norina ; Mark Wilson, Malatesta ; Adrianne Pieczonka, Norina's Maid ; John Green, Musical Director and Pianist ; Martin Chambers, Stage Director)
  • Romeo et Juliette : Act V, Scene 2 / Charles Gounod (Stephen McClare, Romeo ; Susan Sereda, Juliette ; James Fraser-Craig, Musical Director ; Constance Fisher, Stage Designer ; Stepen Ralls, pianist)
  • Boris Godounov : Act III, Scene 1 / Modest Moussorgsky (Gabrielle Prata, Marina Mnishek ; Mark Wilson, Rangoni ; Gary Rideout, Dmitri ; John Green, Musical Director and Pianist ; Constance Fisher, Stage Director)
  • The Bartered Bride : Act II, Scene 2 / Bedrich Smetana (Adrianne Pieczonka, Marenka ; Robert Dirstein, Vasek ; Stephen Ralls, Musical Director and Pianist ; Martin Chambers, Stage Director)
  • La Fille du Regiment : Scene from Act II / Gaetano Donizetti (Jane Leibel, Marie ; Marcia Swanston, Marquise de Birkenfeld ; Regan Grant, Sergeant Sulpice ; Louise Van Winkle, Servant ; Lenard Whiting, Servant ; Michael Evans, Musical Director ; Michael Albano, Stage Director ; Michael Evans, pianist ; John Green, pianist)

Opera excerpts

File consists of a recording and program from the concert by the University of Toronto Opera Division, which took place in MacMillan Theatre.

Program:

  • The love for three oranges. Act 3, scene 2 / Sergei Prokofiev (Lenard Whiting, The Prince of Clubs ; Kenneth Beal, Truffaldino ; Regan Grant, Creonta ; Stephen Ralls, musical director and pianist ; Constance Fisher, stage director)
  • Lucia Di Lammermoor. Act 1, scene 2 / Gaetano Donizetti (Sherri Curtis, Lucia ; Gary Rideout, Edgardo ; Adreana Braun, Alisa ; James Fraser-Craig, musical director ; Michael Albano, stage director ; Stephen Ralls, pianist)
  • Faust. Act 2 / Charles Gounod (Susan Sereda, Marguerite ; Gabrielle Prata, Siebel ; Elizabeth Forster, Marthe Schwertlein ; Benoit Boutet, Faust ; Robert Milne, Méphistophélès ; James Fraser-Craig, musical director ; Martin Chambers, stage director ; John Greer, pianist)
  • Cendrillon. Act 3, scene 1 / Jules Massenet (Anne Demougin, Cendrillon ; Adrianne Pieczonka, Noémie ; Lisa Gaasenbeek, Dorothée ; Marcia Swanston, Madame de la Haltière ; Mark Wilson, Pandolfe ; Stephen Ralls, musical director ; Constance Fisher, stage director ; Michael Evans, pianist)
  • The secret of Susanna / Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari (Sung-Ha Shin, Susanna ; Robert Ursan, Count Gil ; Regan Grant, Sante ; Alison Pybus, a maid-servant ; John Greer, musical director, pianist ; Michael Albano, stage director ; Stephen Ralls, pianist)

Opera excerpts

File consists of a recording and program from the concert by the University of Toronto Opera Division, which took place in the MacMillan Theatre.

Program:

  • The Love for Three Oranges : Act III, Scene 2 / Sergei Prokofiev (Stephen McClare, The Prince of Clubs ; Robert Dirstein, Truffaldino ; Robert Milne, Creonta ; Stephen Ralls, Musical Director and Pianist ; Constance Fisher, Stage Director)
  • Lucia Di Lammermoor : Act I, Scene 2 / Gaetano Donizetti (Jane Leibel, Lucia ; Benoit Boutet, Edgardo ; Elizabeth Forster, Alisa ; James Fraser-Craig, Musical Director ; Michael Albano, Stage Director ; Stephen Ralls, Pianist)
  • Faust : Act II / Charles Gounod (Karen Davis, Marguerite ; Anne Demougin, Siebel ; Lisa Gaasenbeek, Marthe Schwertlein ; Lenard Whiting, Faust ; Regan Grant, Méphistophélès ; James Fraser-Craig, Musical Director ; Martin Chambers, Stage Director ; John Greer, Pianist)
  • Cendrillon : Act III, Scene 1 / Jules Massenet (Louise Van Winkle, Cendrillon ; Adreana Braun, Noémie ; Elizabeth Forster, Dorothée ; Marcia Swanston, Madame de la Haltière ; Robert Ursan, Pandolfe ; Stephen Ralls, Musical Director ; Constance Fisher, Stage Director ; Michael Evans, Pianist)
  • The Secret of Susanna / Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari (Alison Pybus, Susanna ; Mark Wilson, Count Gil ; Kenneth Beal, Sante ; Sung-Ha Shin, A Maid-Servant ; John Greer, Musical Director, Pianist ; Michael Albano, Stage Director ; Stephen Ralls, Pianist)

Thursday series

Subseries consists of programs and recordings of concerts in the Thursday Afternoon series. This series features faculty artists as well as guests, and usually feature small ensemble chamber music and vocal or instrumental recitals.

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