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Ephemera Collection

  • Collectie
  • 1865-2018

Collection consists of items of collectible memorabilia significant to the history of Trinity College School.

Included are calendars, stationery, postcards, textiles, trophies, athletics equipment, dining and serving ware, slates, jewelry, medals, and musical instruments.

Trinity College School

Musical instruments

Series includes musical instruments associated with Trinity College School.

Included are a trumpet and a trombone.

Tony Prower '46 fonds

  • Archief
  • [ca.1951]-[ca.1991]

Fonds consists of musical scores used by Prower during his time as Music Master at Trinity College School. Included are scores and notations.

Prower, Tony

Elizabeth E. Minnitt Fonds 1892-1963

  • Archief
  • 1919-1968

The records consists of several series. One series is correspondence to E. Ann Lowthian from Marjorie Blosdale. The majority of correspondence is to Bessie from different cousins and friends. There is also a series of Greeting Cards for Christmas, Easter, and other occasions. Of special interest are the programmes of The Mozart Music Club which operated for eighteen years. There are also several copies of the programme "Suzanne" written by Eric Minnitt. Another series is from the University of Toronto's Royal Conservatory of Music which features invitation cards to Bessie for various student recitals. Other series include family photographs or negatives (not identified) and newspaper clippings.

Elizabeth E. L. Minnitt 1892-1963 Fonds

Harold Wevers fonds

  • Archief
  • 1968 - 2000

Musical works by Harold Wevers, Canadian composer and bassoonist. These include orchestral works, chamber music, and solo pieces for various instruments.

Wevers, Harold

Rosary Fallon

This sub-series contains records related to the life of Sister Rosary Fallon. In it are found the bound and draft memoirs of Sister Rosary including detailed personal accounts of her family and religious life. A newspaper clipping from the London Free Press mentions Sister Rosary Fallon and her musical talent, and contains information about her famous brother, Jack Fallon. He was known for his musical career both in Canada and abroad.

Sister Rosary Fallon, born Irene Josephine Fallon, whose autobiography is included in this series, was born in London, Ontario on August 2nd, 1917. At age 13, she joined her brothers in the Fallon Family Orchestra, where she performed throughout southwestern Ontario. She entered religious life on January 16th, 1937 and taught from 1942-1979. She continued to play music throughout her life, even playing the piano for weekly sing-a-longs at the new Motherhouse on Windermere Road in London. In addition to being a gifted musician, Sister Rosary was also a talented artist who painted more than 200 paintings. She was known to enjoy historical research.

Sisters of St. Joseph Concert Band sous-fonds

  • CA ON00279 F01-SF01
  • Deelarchief
  • 1955-2001

The sous-fonds consists of a variety of materials related to the Sisters of St. Joseph Concert Band, including photographs, various textual records, scrapbooks, audio cassettes, and compact discs.

Sisters of St. Joseph Concert Band

Diocese of London School of Christ series

  • CA ON00279 F01-S127
  • Reeks
  • 1943-1971

Series contains of bulletins, newsletters, and newspaper clippings discussing the School of Christ program. It also contains a variety of photographs depicting its participants and organizers. There is one audio cassette of Sister Mary Margaret Childs, director of the senior choir, talking about her memories of the program, and one vinyl plaque presented to Sisters Mary Margaret Childs and Maureen Dalton from a group of alumni.

Diocese of London School of Christ

Deane Cameron fonds

  • CA ON00353 AFC 370
  • Archief
  • [192-]-2013, predominant 1970-2013

The fonds consists of materials related to Deane Cameron’s professional career in the Canadian music industry ,predominantly as President of EMI Canada and as a member of various national music associations and committees. It also consists of material relating to Cameron’s personal life, including correspondence, photographs and ephemera, much of which involves musicians or individuals in the music industry.

Cameron, Deane

290-6

  • ON00120 023-1-.1-4-.290-1
  • Stuk
  • May 1942
  • Part of Sudbury Star

One image of a local brass band, including George Gibson (aka Gibby Gibson) playing the trombone (back row, second from left) performing on a make-shift stage. A jukebox can be seen in the background and a "POSITIVELY NO SMOKING ON STAGE" sign hangs above the door.

341-89

  • ON00120 023-1-.1-4-.341-1
  • Stuk
  • December 1942
  • Part of Sudbury Star

One image of Mrs. H. Kilpatrick's Kindergarten class performing for their mothers as the "Rhythm Band" at their annual Christmas Party. In the back row, from left to right, are Roy Hood, Catherine Cressey, Mitchell Wolrich, Patsy Ruddy, Ronny Bauslaugh and Bobby Savage. In the front row, from left to right, are Jane MacDowall, Fred Salsbury, Beverley McGinnis, Garry Martin, Deanna Strugness, Andy Grant and Scott Maitland.

Miscellaneous

Articles, clippings, research notes, correspondence, copies of organizational minutes, diaries, and other materials not categorized elsewhere in the TBFCHS collection. Includes materials related to the Finnish Building Company, Otava Male Choir, and a diary of the Finnish Civil War.

Amerikan Laulajat fonds

  • Archief
  • 1956 - 2002

An umbrella organization for Finnish male choruses in North America.

The records relate to the organization's administration and finances, and to major events including nine performing tours of Finland and performances in North America.

Member choirs have included:
Chicago: Sibelius Male Chorus
Detroit: Finlandia Male Chorus
Florida: Male Singers of Florida
Los Angeles: Finnish Male Chorus
New York: New Yorkin Laulumiehet
Sault Ste Marie: Sault Finnish Male Chorus "Kaleva"
Sudbury: Sudburyn Laulumiehet
Thunder Bay: Mieskuoro Otava Male Choir
Toronto: Toronton Mieslaulajat
Vancouver: Vancouverin Mieslaulajat

The Northumberland Choristers Program, 1991-1996

  • 2019.5.3
  • Bestanddeel
  • 1991 - 1996

Series of programs for 'The Northumberland Choristers' events that took place at Port Hope United Church, a) 'A Northumberland Christmas, December 4 1994 b) 'Music to Make You Smile', November 26 1995 c) 'With a Smile & A Song, November 24 1996 d) 'Messiah', December 8 1991

Northumberland Choristers

Musical Event Programs

  • 2019.5.4
  • 1997 - 2005

Series of programs of entertainment and musical events that took place in Port Hope, a) Vinyl Cafe with Stuart McLean, at the Capitol Theatre, 1998 b) 'A Spring Concert' by the Upper Canada Boychoir at Port Hope United Church, April 20 1997 c)'An Evening with La Jeunesse Youth Orchestra' at the Capitol Theatre, April 28 2005 d) The Oriana Singers present 'Lest We Forget', at St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Port Hope, November 7 1999 e) A promotional poster for a Friends of Music event

Friends of Music Programmes, 1976-1999

  • 2019.5.1
  • Bestanddeel
  • 1976 - 1999

Series includes programmes from various Friends of Music events, 1976-1999. All events took place at Port Hope United Church unless otherwise noted. a) Oshawa Symphony Orchestra, December 11 1977 b) Oshawa Symphony Orchestra, May 11 1980 c) Peterborough Symphony Orchestra, October 29 1978 d) 'The Messiah' by Northumberland Symphony Orchestra and Philharmonic Choir, April 2 1980 e) Anton Kuerti, November 29, 1981 f) Hagood Hardy, February 20 1983 g) Hamilton Philharmonic, April 24, 1983 h) George Zukerman, November 20 1983 i) An Evening of Opera with Roxolana Roslak, Jean Macphail, Gary Rideout, Stuart Hamilton, March 11 1984 j) Maureen Forrester and Derek Bampton, April 15 1984 k) The Tallis Choir, November 18 1984 l) North York Symphony, April 28 1985 m) Jon Kimura Parker, October 27 1985 n) Hugh McLean, January 19 1986 o) Gabrieli Brass, April 20 1986 p) Vancouver Chamber Choir, February 22 1987 q) Anagnoson and Kinton, March 2 1987 r) The Moscow Woodwind quintet, March 6 1987 s) Kingston Symphony, March 27 1987 t) Mary O'Hara, October 16 1987 u) The King's Singers, November 27 1987 v) The Allegri String Quartet, March 26 1988 w) Angela Hewitt, April 24 1988 x) Kitchener Waterloo Symphony, November 18 1988 y) Elmer Iseler Singers, December 10 1988 z) The Amadeus Ensemble, April 29 1990 aa) Carrol McLaughlin, February 18 1989 bb) Mirelle Lagace, March 31 1989 cc) Great Lakes Brass, May 12 1989 dd) Toronto Symphony at Port Hope High School, September 30 1990 ee) 'In Memorian' Helen Kyle ff) Louis Lortie, November 23 1990 gg) I Musici De Montreal with Anton Kuerti, February 8 1991 hh) Loreen McKennit, March 17 1991 ii) American Boychoir, April 21 1991 jj) Gene Dinovi and James Campbell, April 18 1998 kk) Le Studio De Musique Ancienne de Montreal, December 11 1999 ll) Daniel Domb and Oshawa Symphony Orchestra, May 16 1976

Peter Fergus-Moore fonds

  • Archief
  • 1990 - 2002

Records consist of interviews between Peter Fergus-Moore and various individuals, recorded as part of his work as a freelance journalist. Interviewees include:

Biljana Baker, artist (1 tape)
Confederation College film students, multiple interviews (1 tape)
Roy Coran, musician (1 tape)
Gloria Dowton, Magnus Theatre (1 tape)
GAMI, youth arts collective associated with Definitely Superior Art Gallery (1 tape)
Jorma Halonen, history of socialist bookstore in Port Arthur (2 tapes)
Dusty Miller, former mayor (1 tape)
Diane Potts, Magnus Theatre (1 tape)
Sleeping Giant Folk Society (1 tape)
Norman Sponchia, artist (1 tape)
Brad Stephenson, filmmaker (1 tape)
Charles Wilkins, author (1 tape)

Northwestern Ontario Prospectors’ Association Interviews:
Moe Lavigne, geologist (2 tapes)
Northwestern Ontario Prospectors’ Association Symposium (1 tape)
Ruth Petrunka, widow of prospector Dave Petrunka (2 tapes)
Stares brothers (3 tapes)
Mel Stewart, prospector (2 tapes)

Gustav Mahler-Alfred Rosé Collection

  • CA ON00353 AFC 382
  • Archief
  • [1780], [18-?-1996]

This collection consists of extensive personal correspondence, concert documents, scores, manuscripts, recognition, primary publications, secondary publications, university papers, photographs, recordings, memorabilia and artifacts mainly relating to the private and professional lives of Gustav Mahler, Alfred Rosé, Arnold Rosé, Alma Rosé, Bruno Walter, Justine Rosé, and Maria Rosé. Other material relating to Alma Mahler-Werfel, Marie Mahler, Otto Mahler, Maria Rosé, Albine Adler, Dorothy Beswick Hetherington, Lorraine Busby, Jacob Dont, Martha Freud, R.A. Loederer, Nora Nathan, Richard Newman, Richard Strauss, and Arturo Toscanini are included. Also included are materials in the collection whose connection is unclear

Mahler Rosé Families

Fonds Choeur Franc-Nord

  • CA ON00402 CFN
  • Archief
  • 1991 - 1998, 2001

The fonds Chœur Franc-Nord includes textual record, audio and audiocassette.

Choeur Franc-Nord

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