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Leslie Hall fonds

  • F 773
  • Fonds
  • 1999-2000

Leslie Hall is a classically trained musician and singer and an associate professor in the Department of Philosophy and Music at Ryerson University. Hall received her MA in Musicology and her PhD in Ethnomusicology from the University of Toronto. Her research interests include: European Classical and Folk Music; Film Music; World Music; Middle Eastern Music; Latin Dance and Dance Music; and the potential use of music by people with COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease).

Fonds consists of two articles authored by Hall.

Hall, Leslie

Glen Pearce fonds

  • F 93
  • Fonds
  • 1956-1958

F 93.01: One publication: Sport-a-Rama Band Folio by Harold L. Walters. Rubank, Inc. Publishers.

F 93.02: One (blank) greeting card: Greetings of the Season from Ryerson Institute of Technology.

Prelims and surround materials

File contains editing comments, and rough drafts for books written by Dean and Nancy Tudor. All of the published works this file has source material for are in the Archives collection:

F 80.2.4 Contemporary Popular Music
F 80.2.3 Black Music
F 80.2.10 Grass Roots Music

Tudor, Dean

Card index

File contains paper cards with information about various musical artists, albums etc. Was used in the writing of the "American Popular Music on Elpee" books by Dean and Nancy Tudoe. The series consisted of 4 books - "Contemporary Popular Music", "Black Music", "Jazz", and "Grass Roots Music". All of the published books are currently in the Archives collection.

Tudor, Dean

Big Band, and Stage and Screen

File contains editing comments, and rough drafts for book written by Dean and Nancy Tudor. Book titled "Contemporary Popular Music". The book can be found in the Archives collection F 80.2.4.

Tudor, Dean

Folk No. 2

File contains editing comments, and rough drafts for book written by Dean and Nancy Tudor. Book titled "Grass Roots Music". The book can be found in the Archives collection F 80.2.10.

Tudor, Dean

Pop

File contains editing comments, and rough drafts for book written by Dean and Nancy Tudor. Book titled "Contemporary Popular Music". The book can be found in the Archives collection F 80.2.4.

Tudor, Dean

Rock and Roll

File contains editing comments, and rough drafts for book written by Dean and Nancy Tudor. Book titled "Contemporary Popular Music". The book can be found in the Archives collection F 80.2.4.

Tudor, Dean

Blues

File contains editing comments, and rough drafts for book written by Dean and Nancy Tudor. Book titled "Black Music". The book can be found in the Archives collection F 80.2.3.

Tudor, Dean

Gospel, Soul, and Reggae

File contains editing comments, and rough drafts for book written by Dean and Nancy Tudor. Book titled "Black Music". The book can be found in the Archives collection F 80.2.3.

Tudor, Dean

Jazz - J1-J4

File contains editing comments, and rough drafts for book written by Dean and Nancy Tudor. Book titled "Jazz". The book can be found in the Archives collection F 80.2.5.

Tudor, Dean

Jazz - J1-J4

File contains editing comments, and rough drafts for book written by Dean and Nancy Tudor. Book titled "Jazz". The book can be found in the Archives collection F 80.2.5.

Tudor, Dean

Folk No. 1

File contains editing comments, and rough drafts for book written by Dean and Nancy Tudor. Book titled "Grass Roots Music". The book can be found in the Archives collection F 80.2.10.

Tudor, Dean

John Stratton fonds

  • F 342
  • Fonds
  • 1989, 1995

Fonds consists of articles authored by Stratton.

Stratton, John

Buffy Sainte-Marie Concert rundown

File contains Union Top Sheet and annotated lyrics from the production of the Buffy Sainte-Marie televised concert. Buffy Sainte-Marie (b. 1941) is one of Canada's most celebrated singer/songwriters. She is also an actress, record producer, visual artist and teacher. She reached international fame early on and has won many prestigious awards throughout her career. Sainte-Marie's music is often political and inspired by her Aboriginal heritage.

Sampson, Paddy

The Canadian Express program 1978

File contains with the 1978 series outline for the CBC television variety show, "Canadian Express "produced by Paddy Sampson. The show aired on CBC Television between September 22, 1977 and September 12, 1980. The show was hosted by Ryan's Fancy in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Gabrielle in Edmonton, Alberta, Terry Jacks in Toronto, Ontario, Terry David Mulligan in Vancouver, British Columbia, Gerry and Ziz in Winnipeg, Manitoba and Jim Bennett in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The item description includes show number, working title, producer, host, cast, location, segments, packaging and segment deadlines. Musical guests of note include: Loreena McKennitt (b. 1957), CBC's The Friendly Giant (played by Bob Home, 1919-2000), Gianetta Baril (harpist, b. ?), Stan Rogers (1949-1983) , Bruce Innes (b. ?), Dixie Lee (Stones) Innes (b. 1946) , Jimmy Arthur Ordge (b. ?), Lauren Vinson (b. 1947), Ivan Daines (b. ), Elaine Overholt (b. ?) and The Good Brothers.

Sampson, Paddy

Lena Horne : The Lady and Her Music television production

File contains one television script - Lena Horne : The Lady and Her Music Routine (June 1982, RKO Pictures, 90 mins. ) by Executive producer Robert Many and Producer Bill Siegler, two RKO Pictures' promotional posters and one "Lena Horne: The Highlights" biography proposal compiled by Diane M. Giola. The success of Lena Horne: The Lady and Her Music, which opened at the Netherlander Theater on Broadway on May 12, 1981, and ran 333 performances, until June 30, 1982 (Horne's 65th birthday). Later that same week, the entire show was performed again and videotaped for television broadcast and home video release. The Lady and Her Music toured 41 cities in the U.S. and Canada through June 17, 1984. Lena Horne (1917 - 2010) was an African-American singer, actress, civil rights activist and dancer.

Sampson, Paddy

The Place and the Music 20thC East/West Part I II III

File contains scripts of the FM network of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation three part Radio series. Part I : The Place and The Music - The United States from 1900 to the present and the story of "A Man of His Time", Part II : The Place and the Music - Russia from 1900 to the present and the story "The Need for a Hero" and Part III: The Place and the Music - 20th C East/West music present and future.

Sampson, Paddy

Buffy Sainte-Marie television program script

This file contains a script for a televised Buffy Sainte-Marie program. Buffy Sainte-Marie (b. 1941) is one of Canada's most celebrated singer/songwriters. She is also an actress, record producer, visual artist and teacher. She reached international fame early on and has won many prestigious awards throughout her career. Sainte-Marie's music is often political and inspired by her Aboriginal heritage.

Sampson, Paddy

American Music: Through the Back Door - Proposal

File contains "American Music : Through the Back Door" - a presentation by Richard and Frank Garcia. It is the title for a television series that will explore Blues, the cornerstone of American music.

Sampson, Paddy

Buffy Sainte-Marie First and Second Draft

File contains first and second draft for a televised Buffy Sainte-Marie program. Buffy Sainte-Marie (b. 1941) is one of Canada's most celebrated singer/songwriters. She is also an actress, record producer, visual artist and teacher. She reached international fame early on and has won many prestigious awards throughout her career. Sainte-Marie's music is often political and inspired by her Aboriginal heritage.

Sampson, Paddy

Journal articles

This file contains articles authored by Leslie Hall, including:
-The Therapeutic Use of Music for Dyspnea and Anxiety in Patirns with COPD Who Live at Home
-Once More 'Round the Dance Floor: The Competitive Couple Dancing Makes a Comeback

Kodak mc3 portable media device

Item consists of a Kodak mc3 portable media device outfit. The device featured an MP3 player, a digital camera, and a digital video recorder. Included in the outfit are the device, headphones, a CD-ROM with required software, users guide, etc., a USB cable, 3 AAA batteries and a documentation kit. For use with Kodak Picture Cards, which were available in sizes ranging from 16 MB to 96 MB.

Eastman Kodak Company

Lantern Slides, Songs(Words)

Slides feature the words to different songs. Titles are: "S-M-I-L-E," "Love's Old Sweet Song," "The Old Gray Mare," "Rosie O'Grady," "When Irish Eyes are Smiling," "Down by the Old Mill Stream," "School Days," "Long, Long Ago" and "Jingle Bells"