Music--British Columbia

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"Pop" Green's Orchestra, 1942

RECORDED: Victoria (B.C.), 1942 SUMMARY: "Pop" Green's Orchestra, a five-piece dance band from Victoria, recorded in 1942 by CJVI Victoria. TRACK 1, recorded live in the CJVI studio, consists of two old-time dances followed by the b...

Best of Emerson, no. 15

SUMMARY: "Best of Emerson" is a twice-a-week series (Monday and Friday) that ran from July 2 to September 28, 1962. In this series Vancouver's provocative conversationalist, John Emerson, discusses unusual asp;ects of Vancouver hist...

Best of Emerson, no. 16

SUMMARY: "Best of Emerson" is a twice-a-week series (Monday and Friday) that ran from July 2 to September 28, 1962. In this series Vancouver's provocative conversationalist, John Emerson, discusses unusual asp;ects of Vancouver hist...

Best of Emerson, no. 19

SUMMARY: "Best of Emerson" is a twice-a-week series (Monday and Friday) that ran from July 2 to September 28, 1962. In this series Vancouver's provocative conversationalist, John Emerson, discusses unusual asp;ects of Vancouver hist...

Best of Emerson, no. 20

SUMMARY: "Best of Emerson" is a twice-a-week series (Monday and Friday) that ran from July 2 to September 28, 1962. In this series Vancouver's provocative conversationalist, John Emerson, discusses unusual asp;ects of Vancouver hist...

Between ourselves : B.C. : colour and sound

SUMMARY: "Between Ourselves" was a weekly series of hour-long radio programs that presented Canada to Canadians. It featured aspects of Canadian life in docudramas, plays, music, and interviews, originating fr;om different regions of Can...

Between ourselves : B.C. : colour and sound

SUMMARY: "Between Ourselves" was a weekly series of hour-long radio programs that presented Canada to Canadians. It featured aspects of Canadian life in docudramas, plays, music, and interviews, originating fr;om different regions of Can...

Between ourselves : The Luck of La Chance ; Folk songs

SUMMARY: "Between Ourselves" was a weekly series of hour-long radio programs that presented Canada to Canadians. It featured aspects of Canadian life in docudramas, plays, music, and interviews, originating fr;om different regions of Can...

Correspondence and other material

Letters of introduction from Colonial Office and H.B.C., 1858; correspondence with P.H. Nind and T. Elwyn, 1865; agreements, indentures, etc., 1850-1875; record of investments of Joseph Bushby in B.C. and V.I., music composed by A.T. Bushby (overs...

Bushby, Arthur Thomas, 1835-1875

Cultural Services Branch grant applications

  • GR-1789
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  • 1982-1984

Cultural Services Branch grants applications. Records of grant applications (1982/83 1983/84) by a wide variety of bodies including art galleries, museums, orchestras, choirs, opera and concert societies, music and dance groups, Community Arts Cou...

British Columbia. Cultural Services Branch

Eugene Wilson : Piano trio

CALL NUMBER: T4303:0578 SUMMARY: The CBC Times refers to "Vancouver Recital" as "a serious music program featuring BC artists". It appears in the CBC Times during the new fall season of 1969. This episode features Eugene Wilson...

Eugene Wilson music

SUMMARY: This program features performances of two pieces composed by Eugene Wilson, recorded at UBC. One performance is "Trio for Violin, Cello and Piano"; musicians include John Loban, Eugene Wilson and Rob;ert Rogers. The other perfo...

Gertrude Huntly Green Durand personal papers

Correspondence, clippings and concert programs relating to her career as a concert pianist in Europe and North America. The correspondence is in English, French and German. The scrapbook is on microfilm. Photographs have been transferred to Vis...

Durand, Gertrude Huntley, 1888-1987

Gifted children

SUMMARY: This episode is about the musical talent coming out of Vancouver. It features talks with young musicians, and examines the time they devote to practicing their instruments. The focus is on pianists an;d violinists.;

Happening : Al Neil Trio

RECORDED: [location unknown], 1966 SUMMARY: Recording of a performance by the Al Neil Trio at the Sound Gallery, Vancouver.;

Hurrah For Columbia

SUMMARY: "Hurrah For Columbia" is a special thirty-minute program that features North American folksongs, including selections native to BC. The program features singers Bud Spencer, Claire Klein and James L. ;Johnson ,with the orchestra...

In concert : Student composers

SUMMARY: "Midweek Theatre" is a series of hour-long dramas which alternated between four CBC production centers: Winnipeg, Montreal, Halifax and Vancouver. The series began on December 2, 1964. This episode, e;ntitled "In Concert - ...

Jean Coulthard : Duo sonata for violin and piano

SUMMARY: The CBC Times refers to "Vancouver Recital" as "a serious music program featuring BC artists". It appears in the CBC Times during the new fall season of 1969. This episode features Jean Coulthard's "D;uo Sona...

Jean Coulthard : [part 1]

SUMMARY: "CBC Tuesday Night" was a multi-part series that featured performances of classical music, opera and drama, as well as readings, documentaries and talks. The series ran from Oct 26, 1965 into the 1970;s in the 7:30 to 11:00 p.m....

Michael Baker musical excerpts

SUMMARY: Music sampler by composer Michael Baker, who scored the Borsos films "Nails" and "The Grey Fox".SIDE ONE: 1-2. Piano concerto, first and second movements. 3. "Harrison's Yukon" (NFB film score). 4. Symph...

Monitor : [program 01]

SUMMARY: "Monitor" was a radio series devoted to the arts in British Columbia. This episode apparently includes an item on the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, as well as a "radio ballet".;

Monitor : [program 13]

SUMMARY: "Monitor" was a radio series devoted to the arts in British Columbia. This episode features an interview with Strindberg biographer Michael Meyer and a look at "New Music" by Ray Chatelin.;

Monitor : [program 14]

SUMMARY: "Monitor" was a radio series devoted to the arts in British Columbia. This episode includes a documentary by Norman Newton called "Music Composed for Computer", as well as a feature on the arts in Vic;toria.;

Monitor : [program 22]

SUMMARY: "Monitor" was a radio series devoted to the arts in British Columbia. This episode offers a look at the Vancouver Recital Society, a discussion of art censorship with Jill Pollock, a review of the pla;y "Noises Off", a...

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