history of music in Canada, 1534-1914. by Helmut Kallmann

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Written in English

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  • Canada

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  • Music -- Canada -- History and criticism.

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Includes bibliographies.

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LC ClassificationsML205 .K34
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Pagination311 p.
Number of Pages311
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Open LibraryOL5816709M
LC Control Number61001123
OCLC/WorldCa599753

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Related Collections. In addition to the Harris Collection, Canada-related materials may be found in the John Buchan Collection in the John Hay Library. Buchan (), in later life Lord Tweedsmuir, was an author, editor, journalist, historian, member of the British Parliament, and Governor-General of Canada from to A History of Music in Canada Toronto: University of Toronto Press, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, Re-issued with a list of corrections.

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E. R. Vollmar. Manuscripta () (online only): EUR Brepols Publishers Author Information Contact Us About Us. Brepols Online.The view of the composer participants that educational music from the major publishers is generally of a lesser quality than music composed for professional musicians is .His History of Music in Canada (University of Toronto Press, ) was the first historical account of Canadian musical life; he also founded the Canadian Association of Music Libraries and was senior editor of the Encyclopedia of Music in Canada.

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