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            Albert Ward fonds
            PR1333 · Fonds · Copied 1983

            The fonds consists of images copied from glass negatives, originally dating 1916-1918, primarily of the Sedgewick, Alberta area, including a horse and cart, horse and sleigh, a girl and her doll, grain elevators, horse racing, Sports Days, buildings, farms, a baptism, musicians, harvesting, school construction, automobiles, a tractor, a sail boat, horses; also included are images of the Sports Day in Killam, Alberta and a view of Killam. Some of the glass negatives from which copies were made were quite damaged and this is reflected in the copies that were made.

            Ward, Albert
            PR3554 · Fonds · 1951-2006

            The records include financial statements of the association, related concert bulletins, periodicals, newsletters and convention schedules, as well as bylaws of the association over its history. These records document the history of the Alberta Band Association and its development over time.

            Alberta Band Association
            PR2539 · Fonds · 1985 - 1993

            The fonds consists of records used, maintained, and created by the Alberta Music Industry Association dating from 1987 to 1993 including office files consisting of correspondence, reports, press releases, resumes, mailing lists, membership lists pertaining to members, associations, and events; files related to the presentation of ARIA awards consisting of accounts, reports, forms, correspondence, contracts, and planning notes; and records pertaining to artists including artist biographies with accompanying video and sound recordings.

            Alberta Music Industry Association
            Anne Rivet fonds
            PR2758 · Fonds · [ca. 1929 - 1970]

            The fonds consists of copies sheet music for the piano dating from the 1920s to the 1970s of Canadian and Alberta folk songs, and popular music as well as sheet music written during classical, romantic, and baroque periods.

            Rivet, Anne
            Audrey and John Martyn fonds
            PR3665 · Fonds · 1949-2014

            The fonds consists of the records of John and Audrey Martyn. The records pertaining to Audrey Martyn comprise correspondence, mainly post cards, spanning a few decades; year books and report cards; records related to her advertising company; and presentations related to teaching. The fonds also includes certificates of recognition for both Audrey and John Martyn, family events memorabilia, and records related to John Martyn’s death. The photographs are of either family or related to Audrey and John’s professional work.

            The records related to John Martyn include class notes from his technical training in sheet metal, documents related to his involvement with the XI Commonwealth Games held at Edmonton in 1978, and with the Sourdough Raft Race and the Edmonton City Civic Truck Roadeo. Also included are audio recordings produced in majority in Alberta or with Albertan singers of Ukrainian folk music, recordings of various shows or events where John Martyn’s bands or other Albertan bands played Ukrainian folk, or original studio recordings of Ukrainian music, including a unique audio CD featuring the dulcimer player Nick Mischi and Peter Kassian’s orchestra, and a video recording of Nick Mischi performing live on a TV show.

            Martyn, Audrey and John
            Barford family fonds
            PR0403 · Fonds · 1862-1950

            Fonds consists of correspondence, photographs, souvenir and music programmes, newspaper clippings, birth and marriage certificates, reports, receipts, postcards, invitations, elections publications, a teachers guide, a scrapbook and a series of [radio or recording] scripts. The fonds has been divided into the following series: Vernon W. Barford (1926-1948); John C. (Jack) Barford (1903-1950); Marjorie Barker (ca.1893-1913); and K.A. Blatchford (1862-1933).

            Barford family
            Ben Tobiasson fonds
            PR2841 · Fonds · 1973 - 1993

            The fonds consists of 2 recordings of Frank Gay performing on CKUA radio dating from 1973 and 1980, and 2 recordings by Ben Tobiasson: Lotus in the Snow (1993) and Free Spirit (1992).

            Tobiasson, Ben
            Beta Sound Recorders fonds
            PR2252 · Fonds · 1973-1993

            The fonds consists of 97 multitrack and 102 safety master audio tapes featuring local Edmonton and Alberta musicians, and locally produced soundtracks and commercials dating from 1973 to 1993.

            Beta Sound Recorders
            Big Miller fonds
            PR2285 · Fonds · 1932 - 1992

            The fonds consists of sheet music used, annotated and created by Big Miller throughout his musical career including arrangements, transpositions, set lists, lyric sheets, compositions, and song books dating from the 1950s to the 1990s; financial records consisting of forms and correspondence dating from the 1990s; musical recordings consisting of studio recordings by Big Miller, live recordings of Big Miller performing with various bands including performances with Blues Machine at the Sidetrack Café in Edmonton, Alberta, dubbed recordings Big Miller created of jazz, big band, blues, funk, and soul musicians; recordings of local blues and jazz musicians from Edmonton recordings studios such as Beta Sound Recorders, Big Miller recording with Tommy Banks for CBC Radio, and Big Miller's appearances on The Tommy Banks Show and other radio programs dating from the 1960s to the 1990s; a biographical manuscript consisting of a chapter summary and first draft of Chapter 1 of Big Blues: The Autobiography of Clarence Horatius Miller written in 1990 with Nigel Darbasie; a National Film Board documentary film entitled Big and the Blues (1990); 2 VHS recordings featuring Big Miller performances dating from 1992; newspaper clippings documenting Big Miller's accomplishments dating from the 1980s and 1990s; and promotional photographs of Big Miller dating from the 1990s.

            Miller, Big
            Bob Ego fonds
            PR2346 · Fonds · Copied 1992

            The fonds consists of clippings related to Bob's career dating from 1967-1982; four RPM records dating from 1967- 1977 featuring Bob Ego on drums playing with Daisy Hill Puppy Farm, Painter, Su-Dora, and Nancy Nash; seven LP records dating from 1966- 1984 featuring Bob Ego on drums playing with the Antiquators, Painter, Hammersmith, and Streetheart; and two VHS recordings of Bob Ego performing with Streetheart dating from 1979- 1980.

            Ego, Bob
            Bob Walker fonds
            PR2197 · Fonds · 1978-1979

            The fonds consists of 4 LP record albums of Alberta Musicians collected by Bob Walker. The fonds includes the following Alberta musicians: Mel Deacon “It’s Been a Privilege”, Brian Fustukian “Fustukian”, “ Shannon Two Feathers “Dreams that Feed a Gypsy”, and 451 “451”.

            Walker, Bob
            PR0058 · Fonds · 1976-1978

            The fonds consists of 160 2-inch videotapes dubbed to Beta storage and VHS working copies. These videos contain popular musical variety television shows from the late 1970s.

            Baker, Brian E. and Donald G.
            Bruce Haack fonds
            PR3806 · Fonds · 1930-2010

            The fonds consists of correspondence, contracts, songbooks, sheet music, programs, notebooks, diaries, and promotional material created or collected by Bruce Haack or Dimension 5 Records. The photographs and negatives depict Haack as well as friends and family dating from his youth in Alberta to his later years in Pennsylvania. Many of the photographs are arranged in scrapbooks and photo albums. The film reels are home movies created in Alberta.

            The audio reels consist of master recordings of Haack’s music and commissioned work suck as advertising jingles. There are recordings of Dimension 5 albums, solo albums, as well as music written for theatre or film soundtracks. There are also digital files of all of these audio reels as well as published copies of his albums and re-issues on CD and vinyl record.

            Haack, Bruce
            Carolla Christie collection
            PR2288 · Collection · [1977] - 1981

            The fonds consists of six 45 RPM audio discs of the following artists: Give Your Head a Shake / It’s Raining over Morley (no date) by Marcel Tom Hawk Henry and the Country Royals; I’ll Come Running / Forget that Yesterday (no date) by Debbie (Davis) Stevenson; That Galavanting (sic.) Galveston Gal / In My Mind (no date) by Scotty Stevenson; High Fashion Queen / Rocky Mountain Skyline (1980) and Crazy Heart / Rollin Slow (1981) by Laura Vinson and Red Wyng; and Kenora / Mean Woman Blues (1977) by Wooden High.

            Christie, Carolla
            Christina Lee Clark fonds
            PR1579 · Fonds · [Copied ca. 1984]

            The fonds consists of lyrics and music by Christina Lee Clark, for "Wedding Hymn," "We Heard An Angel Sing," "Gay Paree," "I'll Caress You with my Eyes," "Wiping Away a Tear," "The Goodnight Kiss," and "The Clansmen."

            Clark, Christina Lee
            Crystal Plamondon fonds
            PR2170 · Fonds · 1990-2009

            The fonds consists of seven studio records made by Crystal Plamondon.

            Plamondon, Crystal
            Dale Fortier fonds
            PR2112 · Fonds · 1991

            The fonds consists of 1 audio cassette dating from 1991, recorded by Dale Fortier, and entitled “Stuck in the Middle Class”.

            Fortier, Dale
            Damon Productions fonds
            PR3228 · Fonds · 1966-2010

            The fonds consists of a wide range of material related to the company’s involvement in the Alberta music industry during its over 40 years in business. The records also include material related to McDonall’s time as president of the Alberta Recording Industry Association and material related to McDonall’s own career as a musician with the Nomads.

            Damon Productions
            David G. Latta fonds
            PR0226 · Fonds · 1902-[ca. 1920]

            Fonds consists of records pertaining to David G. Latta and the Latta family as well as records pertaining to Latta and Lyons, including a cashbook and photographs.

            Latta, David G.
            David Jackson fonds
            PR2135 · Fonds · 1989-1990

            The fonds consists of an audio cassette recording by Nowhere Blossoms and an audio cassette recording by Spoil Five.

            Jackson, David
            Dean Charles fonds
            PR0085 · Fonds · [195-]-[198-]

            The fonds consists of 219 ¼" reel to reel audio tapes of recordings of various Edmonton area musicians, dating from the 1950s to the 1980s, which were recorded by Dean Charles. Some of the tapes were recorded in Dean Charles' home studio, and some were recorded at the venues where the musicians were performing, such as the Yardbird Suite and Convocation Hall. Some of the tapes are of experimental electronic music composed and performed by Dean Charles.

            Fonds also includes two 8mm films of home movies and the MacMillan Bloedel Pulp Mill expansion at Port Alberni, B.C., as well as a silent film entitled Pianorama, which is a demonstration of an electric piano designed by Charles and features performances by Vancouver-based psychedelic rock band United Empire Loyalists and Edmonton-based rock band The Royal Family.

            A fourth film is also a demonstration of a Charles invention, in this case a prosthetic cuff designed to allow amputees to play the saxophone. The sound film features a performance of a Dixieland jazz ensemble with one of the saxophonists using the prosthetic device.

            Charles, Dean
            Dent family fonds
            PR3361 · Fonds · 1915-1994

            The fonds consists of records created and acquired by Leslie, Kathleen, and Ralph Dent in the course of their work and private lives. Leslie's records include photographs, training notes, and correspondence from his service during the First World War, correspondence and records related to his union activities and work for CNR, and a significant amount of material from his amateur performance career. This latter material includes annotated and non-annotated song sheets, programs, and song lyrics.

            Kathleen's records include a self-created cookbook, certificates received on significant dates such as birthdays and anniversaries, and photographs related to her personal life and performances with Leslie.

            Ralph's records consist of photographs from his service in the Second World War, training notebooks and other military-related textual material, scrapbooks, personal correspondence, and war-time publications related to flight education and training.

            Dent family
            Donald Kew fonds
            PR0054 · Fonds · 1985-2003

            The fonds consists of materials created or collected by Don Kew and dating from 1985-2003. The majority of the materials consists of original illustrations boards of cartoons published by the Edmonton Sun, and caricatures of politicians and illustrations published in various weekly newspapers. The fonds also includes textual materials relating to Don Kew's cartoons, research materials, oil paintings, and an audio compact disc Lost in Okotoks created by Kew.

            Kew, Donald G.
            Donovan Reimer fonds
            PR2753 · Fonds · 1988

            The fonds consists of an audio recording of music composed and performed by Donovan Reimer to accompany the Edmonton Space and Science Centre presentations "Black Holes"( 1988), and "Space Encounters"(1989).

            Reimer, Donovan
            Duke Street Records fonds
            PR2040 · Fonds · 1987-1988

            The fonds consists of promotional material and recordings for the Edmonton band NEO A4 (John Tisdwell, Douglas Radford, Joel Anderson and Rick Johnston).

            Duke Street Records
            PR0893 · Fonds · 1955-1987

            The fonds consists of the records of the Edmonton Chamber Music Society, including executive committee minutes, annual general meeting minutes, financial statements, correspondence, membership lists, programs, newspaper reviews, committee reports, and scrapbooks containing photographs, reviews and programs from Edmonton Chamber Music Society concerts.

            Edmonton Chamber Music Society
            PR2558 · Fonds · 1980 - 1991, Copied 1968

            The fonds consists of material documenting the activities of the Edmonton Folk Music Society and pertaining to the operation of the Edmonton Folk Music Festival. The fonds includes board minutes, alphabetical office files, performer biographies, performer applications, festival line-ups, correspondence, and contract files dating from 1980 to 1991.

            Edmonton Folk Music Festival Society
            PR1785 · Fonds · 1973-1986

            The fonds consists of the records of the Edmonton Overture Concert Association and includes minutes, agenda, programs, financial statements, and a cashbook.

            Edmonton Overature Concert Association
            PR2426 · Collection · [between 1970 - 1979]

            The collection consists of one LP recording by Olga Cunningham recorded at Damon Sound Studios in Edmonton in 1979, one LP recording by the Ruscheinski Family recorded at Century II Studios in Edmonton in the 1970s, and one 45 RPM recording by the Maclin Alouettes recorded at Project 70 in Edmonton in the 1970s.

            Unknown donor
            PR1588 · Fonds · 1965-1993

            The fonds consists of the records of the Edmonton Youth Orchestra and Edmonton Youth Orchestra Association and includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, orchestra member lists, programs and pamphlets, festival performance remarks, award certificates, financial statements, minutes, reports, newsletters, and an audio recording of reminiscences of Keith Bissell, the first EYO conductor.

            Edmonton Youth Orchestra Association
            Elephants Gerald fonds
            PR2348 · Fonds · 1992

            The fonds consists of a 1992 recording by Elephants Gerald entitled, “Fausto!”

            Elephants Gerald
            Elva Gouchee fonds
            PR2352 · Fonds · [1895 - 1960]

            The fonds consists of music theory exercises completed by members of the Gouchee family. The fonds also includes copies of sheet music for the piano dating from the 1895 to 1960s of Canadian and Alberta folk songs and popular music as well as music written during the classical, romantic, and baroque periods.

            Gouchee, Elva
            Evelyn Mitchell fonds
            PR1826 · Fonds · Copied 1989

            The fonds consists of audio recordings of Alberta artists and includes a 1967 recording of songs performed by Barry Allen and a 1973 recording of songs on “Rubes, Dudes and Rowdies,” written and performed by the Stampeders (Rich Dodson, Kim Berly and Ronnie King).

            Mitchell, Evelyn
            Frank Sklove fonds
            PR1488 · Fonds · 1935-1994

            The fonds consists of materials pertaining to life of Frank Sklove including correspondence, newspaper clippings, newsletters, programs, Edmonton Musicians' Association directories, information on the Goldrush Trio, a program from the memorial service of Clarence "Big" Miller, contracts, audio recordings of the Three Jays and Skylarks performances, 2 photographs of the Klimove store on the Gibson Block on Jasper Avenue, and photographs of bands and performances, including the Cecil Cameron Orchestra.

            Sklove, Frank
            Fried Puppy Dog Discs fonds
            PR2407 · Fonds · 1990-1991

            The fonds consists of cassette recording of Freak Me Green by Rex Morgan B.C. (1990), and a cassette recording of Fro-zen by Nervous Rex (1991), formerly Rex Morgan B.C.

            Fried Puppy Dog Discs
            Gaby Haas fonds
            PR1529 · Fonds · 1970-1986

            The fonds consists of a long play (LP) audio disc "Gaby Haas 'Live' at the Hofbräuhaus" (1973), and audio recordings of radio programs including "Continental Musicale" (March 31, 1985 to November 2, 1986), "European Music Shop," (September 12, 1970) and "Showcase of Music" excerpts.

            Haas, Gaby
            Gédéon Pépin fonds
            PR2167 · Fonds · 1912- 1925

            The fonds consists of four compositions by Gédéon Pépin dating from 1912- 1925.

            Pépin, Gédéon
            George Leighton fonds
            PR2601 · Fonds · [between 1964 - 1967]

            The fonds consists of 3 LP records by Shirley Ann, Rosaire and Maurice Parenteau, and the Canadian Sweethearts.

            Leighton, George
            Gordon Price fonds
            PR3704 · Fonds · 1966-1967

            The fonds consists of audio reels that contain recordings of six original songs written and performed by Gordon Price for Edmonton’s Klondike Days festival. The songs all have a Klondike theme. There is a master reel recorded at 15ips and two backup copies recorded at 7.5ips.

            The drawings are draft covers for possible sheet music to accompany the recorded music. The illustrations all feature Klondike imagery.

            Price, Gordon
            Graeme and the Waifers fonds
            PR2428 · Fonds · 1966-1971

            The fonds consists of publicity photographs of Graeme and Waifers, clippings documenting the band's performances in Edmonton, and promotional posters for the band dating from 1966 - 1971.

            Graeme and the Waifers
            PR2115 · Fonds · 1991

            The fonds consists of 1 audio CD recording of “Wind in the Wire” by Great Western Orchestra, and an accompanying leaflet dating from 1991

            Great Western Orchestra
            Green and Peets Family fonds
            PR4074 · Fonds · 1912-2006

            The fonds consists of personal letters, photographs, negatives, postcards, scrap books, day planners, sheet music, financial roll ups, journals, posters, insurance documents, manuals, newspaper clippings, recipes, event programs, poems, and drawings. These records were created and accumulated by several members of the Green and Peets family, and offer insights into their interests and daily lives.

            The fonds also contains audiovisual material of tapes of Harlan Green's musical performances and original music for the Plumbers Union group. These recordings include Alberta composers Tommy Banks, Roger Deegan, and Georgie Andix. There is also a collection of audio recordings from the Green and Peets family conversations and oral histories from neighbors at Greenridge Farm.

            The fonds consists of three series: Greenridge Fam series, Areta and Lee Green series, and Harlan and Mara (Marilyn) Green series.

            Green and Peets Family
            Greg Clark fonds
            PR2089 · Fonds · Copied 1991

            The fonds consists of 4 albums of Edmonton bands collected by Greg Clark: Down Syndrome, Rock and Roll Bitches, The Thieves, and 1 audio cassette of recording artist Greg Clark. The fonds dates from 1980 – 1984.

            Clark, Greg
            Guy Pariseau fonds
            PR2719 · Fonds · 1980-1984

            The fonds consists of seven audiocassettes including two series of Radio-Canada: "Père de radio français dans l'ouest" and "Matin de la fête", and one audiocassette recording commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the Faculte Saint-Jean, University of Alberta, in March 1983, featuring a song created by Guy Pariseau.

            Pariseau, Guy
            Handley’s Old Timers fonds
            PR2126 · Fonds · 1974

            The fonds consists of the LP Square Dance Jamboree by Handley’s Old Timers dating from 1974.

            Handley's Old Timers
            PR4074.0002 · Series · 1950-2006
            Part of Green and Peets Family fonds

            The series consists of photographs, day planners, sheet music, programs from several musical performances, posters and prints created and accumulated by Harlan and Mara Green. Audio visual material consists of audio and video tapes of Harlan Green's musical performances and original music by the Plumbers Union.

            The series also contains poems, cards, and other textual records related to Mara's father, John O.A. Peets.

            Green and Peets Family
            Harry Weisser fonds
            PR0961 · Fonds · 1919-1954

            The fonds consists of programs of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, the Edmonton “Pops” Orchestra, and the Edmonton Philharmonic Orchestra as well as programs for the Pantages Theatre, the Empire Theatre, and Charlie Barnet and his Orchestra, assorted menus and photographs of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, the Glenora Ice Carnival Orchestra, Billy Watson and His Wood Nymphs (a vaudeville production), Al Preston and his Cavaliers and views of Edmonton as decorated for the 1919 visit of the Prince of Wales.

            Weisser, Harry
            Helen Hawker fonds
            PR1036 · Fonds · 1901-1965, predominant 1935-1947

            Fonds consists of scrapbooks containing newspaper and magazine clippings about mainly Canadian singers, musicians, actors, and programmes of various music and theatre productions in Edmonton, Alberta. Scrapbooks also contain clippings about the Royal Family, John F. Kennedy, and the Toronto Conservatory of Music. Fonds also includes a number of music instruction and theory books.

            Hawker, Helen
            Herb Glasgow fonds
            PR1880 · Fonds · [194-?]-1978

            The fonds consists of photographs of Mal Meredith and his Orchestra and a brief history of the group by Herb Glasgow. The group, led by Malville (Mal) Meredith, with his wife Isabelle on piano, was known over the years as Meredith’s Music as well as Mal Meredith and his Orchestra, and performed for many years at the Trocadero.

            Glasgow, Herb
            PR0183.0003 · Series · 1902-1979
            Part of Frank H. Norbury fonds

            Series material covers part of Hubert and Marjorie Norbury’s family life as well as Hubert’s interest and career in photography and music. Included are correspondence, newspaper clippings, a diary, and a family Bible. Photographs, negatives, and slides are of architectural elements, scenery, family, and friends.

            J. Jonah Jamesons fonds
            PR2134 · Fonds · 1991

            The fonds consists of a copy of Eyes Like Oil.

            J. Jonah Jamesons
            Jenny Le Saunier fonds
            PR0560 · Fonds · 1924-1967

            The fonds consists of records pertaining to the musical career of Jenny Le Saunier, from 1924-1967, and include a citation and an honorary degree, a newspaper clipping, a programme, and two photographs of Jenny Le Saunier.

            Le Saunier, Jenny
            Jerusalem Ridge fonds
            PR2137 · Fonds · 1991

            The fonds consists of 2 audio cassette recordings of Jerusalem Ridge and North Wind by Jerusalem Ridge, and a promotion kit including 2 photographs, and biographical information.

            Jerusalem Ridge
            PR0100 · Fonds · 1968-2006

            The fonds consists of operational, administrative and financial records of the Johann Strauss Foundation as well as records from Club Austria and the Vienna Opera Ball. Material includes minutes, financial statements, ledgers, reports, scholarship applications, publicity files, published materials, correspondence, membership lists, pamphlets, and brochures. Records have been generated by the Scholarship Committee, the Johann Strauss Ball Committee, and the Recital Committee. The fonds is divided into four series: Recital Planning and Publicity Scholarship Applications and Awards, Johann Strauss Ball; and Operational Records.

            Johann Strauss Foundation
            John Hendrickson collection
            PR4083 · Collection · 1975

            The photographs depict John Hendrickson and were taken at the 1975 Chopin International Piano Competition, where Hendrickson won the Critic's Prize. The photographs include candid shots, headshots, and several photographs from during the competition.

            Hendrickson, John
            Jonathan G. Bayley fonds
            PR1493 · Fonds · 1978-1984

            The fonds consists of a paper about W.J. Hendra by Jonathan G. Bayley, and programs and press releases from Jonathan Bayley’s musical concerts, primarily sponsored by Alberta College and Latitude 53 Society of Artists, in which Jonathan Bayley performed or his compositions were performed.

            Bayley, Jonathan G.
            K-97 Radio fonds
            PR1749 · Fonds · 1980-1990

            The fonds consists of audio recordings produced for K-97 Radio’s “Homegrown Series” for 1980, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, and 1990; the recording for 1990 also includes K-97’s Comedy Shop Classics. The fonds also includes recordings of K-97’s “Looney Tunes Series” for 1986 and 1987.

            K-97 Radio
            Kennedy Jenson fonds
            PR2520 · Fonds · 1994

            The fonds consists of compact disc recording by Kennedy Jenson entitled Renaissance (1994).

            Jenson, Kennedy
            Larry Chalmers fonds
            PR2282 · Fonds · 1966 - 1974

            The fonds consists of images of Fifth Dimension, Warp Factor, Dick Tator, Buterler, and Powerglide dating from the 1960's and 1970's. The fonds also includes contracts made between the musicians and venues dating from the 1960's and 1970's.

            Chalmers, Larry
            Lawrence Bruce fonds
            PR2258 · Fonds · 1930-1931

            The fonds consists of 2 pieces of sheet music by Lawrence Bruce entitled, "Joanne", and "True Sweetheart of Mine".

            Bruce, Lawrence
            Leffler family fonds
            PR3337 · Fonds · [195-]-2006

            Fonds consists of home movies, an audio recording and slides depicting the family members, home life, and events of a Black Albertan family. These home movies also depict gospel music and dance events in Alberta. The family moved back and forth between Canada and the U.S. (mainly the San Francisco Bay area) so there is also some U.S. footage.

            Leffler, Jamerson family
            Len Dear fonds
            PR0216 · Fonds · 1905-1926

            Fonds consists of photographs of areas around Alberta and of early Edmonton bands, particularly the Tipp’s Orchestra.

            Dear, Len
            Lou Paul fonds
            PR2166 · Fonds · 1991

            The fonds consists of one audio CD recording of “This is Lou Paul Running South on a Northbound Train” by Lou Paul, dating from 1991.

            Paul, Lou
            Louis Biamonte fonds
            PR0127 · Fonds · 1951-2001

            The fonds consists of sheet music that was arranged in different musical sets for different musical configurations. There are different series that were arranged either along subject matter lines such as the series: Klondike music, or there is material arranged as a series because of the nature of the band which would be performing, such as the series: Music for four musicians. In its entirety the fonds consists of the following series: Klondike music series; 2 piece series; Combos series; Set #1 for 6 pieces series; Set #2 series; Rust set for 4 musicians series; Orchestrations for Big Band series; and a Miscellaneous series. Most of the compositions are published, but the majority of the sheet music has been arranged by hand for each instrument that comprised the individual bands and orchestras that Biamonte lead.

            Biamonte, Louis
            Maria Manna fonds
            PR2631 · Fonds · 1993

            The fonds consists of an audio cassette recording entitled Solo Amore by Maria Manna dating from 1993.

            Manna, Maria
            Marke Slipp fonds
            PR1988 · Fonds · 1968-2003

            The fonds consists of VHS and ¾” videotapes, 16mm and 35mm film release prints and film elements, ¼” reel to reel and cassette audiotapes and textual material regarding film productions that Marke Slipp worked on, mainly as film editor. Some of the productions include My Partners My People, Get Back the Night with Alberta singer/songwriter Connie Kaldor, Learning With Love about the Alex Taylor School in Edmonton, Sylvan Lake Summer, and Truckers: A Road Well Travelled. Also included are the film elements for the unfinished production, A Poet of Place, regarding architect Douglas Cardinal.

            Slipp, Marke
            Marketing Records series
            PR0014.0005 · Series · 1920-1996
            Part of Edmonton Symphony Society fonds

            This series consists of the marketing and public relation records of the Edmonton Symphony Society and includes minutes, budgets, correspondence, guest artist files, brochures and programs for both Edmonton Symphony Orchestras, scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, and audio and video recordings of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra.

            Mary Born fonds
            PR1265 · Fonds · 1937-1974

            Fonds consists of records pertaining to Mary's sister Jessie Nicklin Kirby, a pianist, and includes an obituary, piano recital programme, copied newspaper clipping dated 1937, and a photograph.

            Born, Mary
            Métis Nation Music fonds
            PR2151 · Fonds · 1991

            The fonds consists of a musical recording and VHS video production of “Proud to Be Métis” (Métis Nation Anthem) produced by Métis Nation Music Ltd. in 1991.

            Métis Nation Music
            PR1321 · Collection · 1978-1982

            The collection consists of records collected by the Multicultural Heritage Centre in Stony Plain, Alberta. The collection includes a history of the Winterburn Area Church by Noel Gour and images from a number of different individuals: John Ducholke, Hilda Margerison, Mrs. Pahal, Mrs. Vanderwell, Mrs. Dringenberg, Dora and Alex Ziegler, Dan Dale, C. Groat, Mrs. J. Eatock, Clara Evjen, Mrs. Deby, D. Dickie, Harold Anderson, Frank Maddock, Mrs. C. Talbot, Mrs. Burger, Mrs. Erickson, A. Kulak, Dennis Jettkant, R. Breitkrietz, Elizabeth Altheim, Curtland Schwalbe, Mr. A Shep, Mike Nonay, Allite Meads, Willie Propp, and Emil Fischer. The images date from circa (ca.) 1905 to 1937, and feature the Stony Plain area including Stony Plain, Spruce Grove and Wabamun, and include images of stores (exteriors and interiors), train stations, hotels, grain elevators (exteriors and interiors), garages and liveries, houses and log houses, schools and students, churches, harvesting, agricultural machinery, musicians, picnics, a merry-go-round, laundry, sleighs, exhibitions, logging, locomotives, ferries and town views.

            Multicultural Heritage Centre (Stony Plain, Alberta)
            Music Alberta fonds
            PR2050 · Fonds · 1955 - 2005

            The fonds consists of board minutes, newsletters, by-laws, and reports of the Alberta Band Association dating from 1955 - 1998; minutes, by-laws, correspondence, manuals, grant applications and publications of Music Alberta dating from 1996 - 2005; minutes, reports, conference programs, and sound records of the Alberta Music Conference dating from 1985 to 1996; minutes, correspondence, reports, and concert programs of the Alberta Summer Workshop Association dating from 1983 to 1994.

            Music Alberta (Society)
            Pamela Farmer fonds
            PR1505 · Fonds · [ca. 1953]-[Copied before 1994]

            The fonds consists of records concerning Pamela’s father, Harry Farmer, and includes copied textual and photographic records, dating 1913 to 1986, compiled about Harry Farmer’s life and career and annotated by Pamela Farmer, and audio recordings of Harry Farmer’s (and Chris Hamalton’s) performances and his broadcasts.

            Farmer, Pamela
            Peter Palfenier fonds
            PR2165 · Fonds · 1965-1968

            The fonds consists of 4 LP records collected by Peter Palfenier. The fonds includes the following Alberta musicians: Wes Dakus, Gainsborough Gallery; and Barry Allen.

            Palfenier, Peter
            PR2741 · Fonds · 1990

            The fonds consists of 1 compact disc recording of the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Band Celebration dating from 1990.

            Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Band
            Professional records series
            PR0300.0001 · Series
            Part of Thelma Johannes O’Neill fonds

            Series consists of records created, used or accumulated by Thelma O’Neill in the course of her career as a musician and as a music teacher. Series consists of scrapbooks, correspondence, recital programs, teaching notes, teaching handouts, photographs of Thelma and students, piano examination booklets, newspaper clippings, lesson log books, and information about various music associations.

            Raczuk Family series
            PR3657.0001 · Series · 1929-2010
            Part of Raczuk family fonds

            These records provide evidence of Nick and Doris’s life as small business managers. It includes records used to manage the various businesses and rental properties they developed and ran, such as year end audits, building plans, contracts, inventories and insurance documents. Material also includes records documenting the lives of members of the Raczuk and Hryhoruk extended family including photographs, recordings of their children’s music concerts, immigration documentation, burial and estate records, and correspondence between family and friends.

            PR0100.0001 · Series · 1974-1999
            Part of Johann Strauss Foundation fonds

            Series consists of programmes, correspondence, and invitations to various recitals organized by the Johann Strauss Foundation, as well as press releases, recital budgets, grant applications, and news clippings.

            Johann Strauss Foundation. Recital Committee
            Ronald Tremblay fonds
            PR3255 · Fonds · 1972 - 2022

            The fonds consists of planning records, minutes, correspondence, press releases, press clippings, budgets, scripts, photographs, and other records documenting various broadcasts produced by Ronald Tremblay, as well as of audio and video recordings of events and shows produced by him for the CBC/Radio-Canada, such as Gala albertain de la chanson (renamed Polyfonik in 2010), and Gala interprovincial de la chanson (renamed Chant’Ouest in 1997), dating from their inception in 1989 and 1990 respectively, as well as interviews and selected recordings from “Le Café show”.

            There are records documenting Ronald Tremblay’s activities as a member of various Francophone organizations and events, including Regroupement artistique francophone de l’Alberta, Société du Gala albertain, Cohenights Arts Society, Sommet des communautés francophones et acadiennes, Réseau national des galas de la chanson, UniThêatre, and Chant’Ouest. The fonds also includes audio-video recordings of Francophone musicians from Alberta at the end of 20th and beginning of the 21st century, some on which Ronald Tremblay was producer.

            There are yearly agendas from Ronald Tremblay during the years of 1984 to 2010, which provide a detailed view of his personal life as well as his career. The fonds includes many cassettes and demos submitted by candidates for various singing contests, interviews and songs from various artists from the west, CD launches and interviews of various artists, as well as tapes of interviews Tremblay gave or took for various events. The fonds also includes CDs of various Albertan artists,event photographs.

            The fonds also includes publications of plays that toured in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, for which Tremblay was the vice-president of marketing. There is also a large amount of articles, which appeared in various newspapers written by him, about him and/or about various singing events, contests or musicians. The fonds also includes original recordings of songs written, co-written or adapted by Tremblay himself from 1972-2008. Finally, there are various project or administrative records of singing contests such as Chant’Ouest, Gala Albertain and Polyfonik, which Tremblay put in place and worked on for the last 30 years of his career.

            Tremblay, Ronald
            PR2237 · Fonds · [1960]

            The fonds consists of a 30 minute 1 LP recording created by Russ Aston and the Oil Patchers entitled, Songs of the Oil Fields dating from ca. 1960.

            Russ Aston and the Oil Patchers
            PR0100.0002 · Series · 1965-2004
            Part of Johann Strauss Foundation fonds

            Series includes completed applications for Johann Strauss Foundation scholarships including resumes, photographs, and letters of reference, as well as notes, meeting minutes, and deliberations of the Committee. Also included are press releases about scholarship winners, programmes from recitals showcasing the scholarship winners, reports from past winners about their time in Austria, terms of agreement for accepting a scholarship, correspondence, posters, and application forms.

            Johann Strauss Foundation. Scholarship Committee
            Sergei Eremenko fonds
            PR2043 · Fonds · 1906-1997

            The fonds consists of the records of Sergei Eremenko and includes newspaper articles, programs, correspondence, music scores, and recorded Ukrainian music.

            Eremenko, Sergei
            Sound Connection collection
            PR1743 · Collection · 1966-1987

            The collection consists of audio recordings of various Alberta artists, including Barry Allen, James Lee Hitchner, Danny Hooper, Bob Hoy and the Badlanders, Jerry Jerry and the Sons of Rhythm Orchestra, Jr. Gone Wild, Jimmy Arthur Ordge, Privilege, Bob Ruzicka, Mary Saxton, Russell Thornberry, Ian Tyson, and Chris Kay, and the compilations “Writing-on-Stone, the Alberta Compilation” and “Alberta Crude.”

            Sound Connection
            Stony Plain Records fonds
            PR0023 · Fonds · 1965-2003

            The fonds consists of musical recordings that were written, produced and performed by Alberta artists many of which were released on the Stony Plain Records label. Also included are unreleased demos and musical recordings, Albertan and Canadian commercial music recordings acquired by Holger Petersen and Stony Plain Records, musicians' promotional material and programs. Also includes business records of the Stony Plain Record company, minutes, agendas and correspondence for the Alberta Recording Industry Association, documents from Holger Petersen's time as Artistic Director of the Edmonton Folk Music Festival, and articles and related material regarding Holger Petersen's career in the music business.

            Stony Plain Records
            PR2155 · Fonds · 1989-1991

            The fonds consists of 2 CD audio recordings of the albums Second to None and Iron Lady by Straight, Clean and Simple.

            Straight, Clean and Simple
            Stu Davis fonds
            PR2332 · Fonds · 1947-1987

            The fonds consists of recordings by Stu Davis dating from the 1940s to 1987; sheet music compositions by Stu Davis dating from the 1940s and 1950s; promotional photographs and materials, such as handbills, and press releases of Stu Davis dating from the 1940s to 1960s; published articles documenting Stu Davis' life; and album cover proof sheets dating from the 1940s to the 1960s.

            Davis, Stu
            Sundown Recorders fonds
            PR2829 · Fonds · 1972 - 1987

            The fonds consists of 77 magnetic tapes of master tapes and master mixes created at Sundown Recorders and Park Lane Studios dating from 1972 to 1987.

            The fonds includes recordings by Hoyt Axton, Cloud, Bobby Curtola, Darkroom, Gaye Delorme, Denim Blues, Derek, Luis Dimas, Garry Fjellgaard, Fosterchidl, Hammersmith, Sherry Kennedy, Randy Lloyd, Mavis McCauley, Models, One Horse Blue, Patch, Priviledge, Laurence Hugh, River Race, Secret Society, Sidro's Armand, Slash and the Bleeding Hearts, Harlan R. Smith, Redwood, Michael, Shellard, Sunband, Tyler Twins, Walkers, Ron Wildeman, Sara Williams, Sonia Papp, Jenson Interceptor, Mel Degen, Privilege, Freeway, Mike Angel, Will MacCualder, Sage, Hub Cigar, Frank Penner, R. Harlan Smith, Bank R., Wings, Richard Stepp, and Wooden High dating from the 1970's and 1980's.

            The fonds also includes television soundtracks and commercial music produced by Sundown Recorders dating from the 1980s.

            Sundown Recorders
            PR2900 · Fonds · 1967-2004

            The fonds consists of material documenting the operation of the Symphony Women's Educational Assistance Fund from 1967 to 2004 and includes correspondence, financial statements, documents of incorporation, and minutes.

            Symphony Women's Educational Assistance Fund
            Ted Acorn fonds
            PR1320 · Fonds · 1980-1982

            The fonds consists of recordings and lyrics for two songs by Ted Acorn: “A Song for Alberta,” and “Negro Cowboy John Ware.”

            Acorn, Ted
            The Emeralds fonds
            PR4030 · Fonds · 1972-2011

            The fonds mostly consists of master recordings of The Emeralds’ albums over the course of their career. There are also representative copies of some album releases and Emeralds commercials captured on video. The textual records and computer discs consist of news clippings, correspondence, and touring schedules.

            The Emeralds
            PR0300 · Fonds · [191-?]-2001

            Fonds consists of records created by Thelma O’Neill in the course of her performing as a musician, and a music teacher. Fonds consists of records generated and accumulated relating to Thelma’s personal life. The fonds consists of two series: Professional records; Private records.

            O'Neill, Thelma Johannes
            PR0532 · Fonds · Copied 1982

            The fonds consists of images dating 1910 to 1942 relating to the lives of Thomas and Elizabeth McCallum, including images from locations such as Thorhild, Athabasca, Waterways, and Embarras, Alberta, of the construction of the Jasper railroad, a log house, musicians, icehouse construction, scows, boats, sawmills, a post office, and seaplanes.

            McCallum, Thomas and Elizabeth
            Three Hills Brass Band fonds
            PR1347 · Fonds · 1916-1918

            The fonds consists of records of the Three Hills Brass Band and includes lists of members, accounts and minutes.

            Three Hills Brass Band
            Tish Soley fonds
            PR2800 · Fonds · 1969 - 1992

            The fonds consists of 20 LP recordings featuring Alberta musicians acquired by Tish Soley, including: Gary Bowman, Bobby Curtola, Tim Feehan, Gary Fjellgard, Jack Hennig, Dixie Lee Innes, Ron Jeffery, Mavis McCauley, Red Wyng, Norm Rooke, Mary Saxton, Showdown, R. Harlan Smith, Pat Hughes, Brian Sklar, Prairie Fire, Skylark, Tommy Banks, and Judy Singh. The fonds also contains promotional material related to the musicians. The fonds dates from 1969 to 1992.

            Soley, Tish
            Tommy Banks fonds
            PR0022 · Fonds · 1950 - 2012

            The fonds consists of records documenting Tommy Banks' musical and senatorial career. It has been divided into eight series: the Tommy Banks Business Records Series, the Tommy Banks Commemoratory Series, the Tommy Banks Community Involvement Series, the Tommy Banks Performance Series, the Tommy Banks Musical Collection Series, the Tommy Banks Personal Records Series, the Tommy Banks Radio, Television, and Film Series, and the Tommy Banks Senate Series.

            Banks, Tommy
            Wally McDonald fonds
            PR2651 · Fonds · [ca. 1930 - 1958]

            The fonds consists of a photograph of country and western entertainers Bob Adamsan and Otto Stefanich; and 2 posters celebrating country and western music in Alberta circa 1930 to 1958.

            McDonald, Wally
            Wanda Feeland fonds
            PR2406 · Fonds · 1970 - 1995

            The fonds consists of images and biographies of the following Alberta bands: Bluebyrd, Cannonball, Bobby Curtola and the Syndicate, The Feeling, Foxx, Freewan, Gainsborough Gallery, Great Canadian River Race, John Hannah, Happy Cooker Hunter, Jenson Interceptor, Kenny Jenson, Ju Jubes, Paul Lamoreaux, Landoo, Maiden Kanada, Moshow, Chris Nielsen, Nitelitfe, Out-of-hand Jive Band, Painter, Patch, Pickins, Pretty Rough, Pyramid, Redemption, Reveen, Rum Runner, Shadowtax, Shotgun, Sidestreet, Silver Lock , Spiltin Image, Spunk, Catherin Mary Stewart, Bob Stroup, Sundancer, the Taylor Band, Three Jacks, Sweet Salt, Slash and the Bleeding Hearts, Triad, Vehicle, Whitemud, WW Dance Band, and Zoom.

            The fonds also includes promotional information on various bands from Studio City Music Ltd. recording company. The fonds dates from 1970 to 1995, and originated from a scrapbook belonging to Wanda Feeland.

            Feeland, Wanda
            Watson family fonds
            PR0552 · Fonds · [ca.1912]-[ca.1918]

            Fonds consists of photographs of Jim Watson and the Strathcona Band. Also includes a commentary of the scenes depicted in the photographs and information about the Strathcona Band.

            Watson family