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A Cape Breton Primer: Canada's Old World Music

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  • 1989

Item is a report titled "A Cape Breton Primer: Canada's Old World Music" written by Kate Dunlay and published in Sing Out! The Folk Magazine Vol. 34 #4 Fall 1989.

A View of Three Concerts

  • Reports: Ethnic: Scottish
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  • 1998

Item is a report titled "A View of Three Concerts" written by Dan MacDonald.

Cape Breton Highlander Newspaper

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  • 1969

File consists of 12 reels of the Cape Breton Highlander newspaper. The Highlander was a small, weekly labour newspaper printed in Sydney, Nova Scotia from 1963 until 1976. Articles relating to Celtic Music subjects have been identified and photocopies previously collated (physical copies available at the Beaton Institute Reference Desk).

22 Jan. 1964. The Life and Times of a musician (Local Talent) Pg. 8, 9.
15 Apr. 1964. Don Messer’s 30th Anniv. Pg. 10.
22 Apr. 1964. NS Fiddlers invited to US Meet. Pg. 9.
27 May 1964. Scottish Program. Pg. 6.
29 July 1964. Pipe Band- Major C.I.N. MacLeod opens G.Bay Highland Meet. Pg. 3.
10 Feb. 1965. Ms. Charles Hardy of Gabarus meets the Clancys. Pg. 9.
21 July 1965. New Waterford received inquiry from George Aucoin regarding his pipe band. Pg.13.
28 July 1965. CB Fiddlers took part in Shelbourne, Ont. and Tatamagouche, NS contests. Pg. 19.
18 Aug. 1965. Dunvegan Girl’s Pipe Band, Balmoral Girl’s Pipe Band. Pg. 14.
20 Apr. 1966. Deanie Munroe- A Champion Piper. Pg. 17.
20 Apr. 1966. Gaelic College Pipe Band goes to Windsor and Truro. Pg. 61.
13 July 1966. Glendale Fiddlers Contest. Pg. 18.
27 July 1966. Ceilidh at Inverness- opens Thursday. Pg. 5.
9 Nov. 1966. Jean Taylor and her Beinn Bhreagh Chorale of 21 girls prepare for Expo ‘67. Pg.9.
19 July 1967. Broad Cove Concert. Pg. 3.
23 Aug. 1967. Johnstown Milling Frolic. Pg. 13.
3 July 1968. Highland Village day will be best ever. Pg. 11.
10 July 1968. St. Mary’s Parish, Frenchvale site of Scotch Concert. Pg. 18.
19 June 1969. Down East Concert in Boston. Pg. 19.
23 July 1969. Scottish Concert feature. Pg. 10.
27 Aug. 1969. “Little Jack” MacDonald dies in Ontario 1887-1969 --Violinist from Creignish. Pg. 6.
19 Nov. 1969. Stornoway Society Milling Frolic-Annual. Pg. 6.
26 Nov. 1969. Jerry Holland, violin player with American background- Angus Chisholm, Bill Loney. Pg. 22.
4 Feb. 1970. Fr. Stanley MacDonald being piped away from St. Mary’s Parish, Big Pond. Pg. 19.
4 Feb. 1970. Song- Peter Smith by Allister MacLean. Pg. 14.
22 July 1970. Broad Cove Concert, grand daddy of concerts. Pg. 23.
29 July 1970. Piping MacDonald brothers of Glenuig coming to Mod. Pg. 10.
14 Oct. 1970. John Allan Cameron to bill with Alexander Brothers at Sydney Academy. Pg.13.
2 Dec. 1970. C.I.N MacLeod to address Gaelic Society in Sydney. Pg. 6.
27 Jan. 1971. Mike Cormier, a musician wails the woes of recorded music verses live an dances. Pg. 18.

  1. Mar. 1971. A Night with the Bards is the theme of concert to be presented by the Gaelic Society of CB, March 26. Pg. 15.
    24 Mar. 1971. Children Gaelic Choir directed by Sister Margaret Beaton will be featured at “A Night with the Bard.” Pg. 24.
    7 Apr. 1971. Song contributed by Hugh F. MacKenzie. Pg. 8.
    21 July 1971. Broad Cove Scotch Concert grand daddy of them all. Pg. 22.
    8 Sept. 1971. John “Piper” MacMillan of Reserve, well known piper, golfer, and stock broker died in Scotland.
    6 Oct. 1971. Winnie Chafe: her music and her approach to it. Pg. 8.
    17 Nov. 1971. Inverness Pipe Band needs support. Pg. 24.
    19 Apr. 1972. Stornoway society hold concert in Sydney. PG. 9.
    31 May 1972. Kenzie MacNeil of Johnstown, John Edmund of North Syd. and Parker Donovan of Boularderie. Pg.27.
    31 May 1972. Loch Lomond still stronghold of Gaelic Church Music, The Gaelic Choir. Pg. 20.
    12 July 1972. Bonnie Brae Pipe Band off to Boston. Pg. 6.
    19th July 1972. Boularderie Island Community Council to hold Milling Frolic and Ceilidh tonight. Pg. 6.
    2 Aug. 1972. Billed as “World’s Biggest Ceilidh” roundups of Gaelic summer classes- Finali(sic) at Centennial Arena.
    9 Aug. 1972. C.B. Fiddlers- the Committee for 100 fiddlers.
    9 Aug. 1972. Violinmaker Roland Richards exhibits his craft at Gaelic Society ceilidh at Centennial Arena. Pg. 9.
    16 Aug. 1972. Definition of the Milling Frolic.
    4 Oct. 1972. Some 20 budding violinists are learning the secret to fiddle music. Pg. 3.
    8 Nov. 1972. Talents of Talbot, concert presented by locals priests. Pg. 1
    31 Jan. 1973. Cameron Chisholm Scottish Fiddler.
    14 Feb. 1973. John Allan Cameron, on the road from Nova Scotia. Pg. 17.
    23 May 1973. Ceilidh closes Northside Gaelic classes. Pg. 5.
    18 July 1973. 100 Fiddlers descend on Glendale. Pg. 1.
    25 July 1973. Broad Cove, the grand daddy of Scottish concerts goes on for its 17th year. Pg. 7, 8.
    1 Aug. 1973. Highland Village day in Iona. Pg. 17, 18.
    8 Aug. 1973. Caidreabh- “highlights of the world’s biggest ceilidh.” Pg. 8.
    19 Sept. 1973. Geoffrey Stokes of the Village Voice on Rock Bagpipe. Pg.14.
    26 Dec. 1973. Lee Cremo and his band hired by BBC to do concert tour. Pg. 1.
    13 Mar. 1974. Piper Dan MacIntyre & Doug MacPhee plan C.B. talent directory for the C.B. Industrial Board of Trade. Pg. 17.
    20 Apr. 1974.Community Council sponsored benefit dance for popular C.B fiddler Mike MacLean. PG. 6
    4 May 1974. C.B. Fiddlers Buddy MacMaster, Cameron Chisholm, Winnie Chafe, John Campbell. Pg. 1, 4.
    15 June 1974. Lee Cremo, off to Nashville to take part in the Grand Masters Fiddle Championship. Pg. 12.
    15 June 1974. Inverness Ceilidh. Pg. 7.
    27 July 1974. The 18th Annual Broad Cove Concert - Archie Neil Chisholm, Fr. MacEachern. Pg.15.
    27 July 1974. Na-L-Oganaich as Scottish Folk Group entertain in C.B. Songs in Gaelic and English. Pg. 11.
    3 Aug 1974. Annual concert at St. Mary’s Parish, Frenchvale -Talbot House. Pg. 7.
    5 Oct. 1974. Festival Extravaganza ‘74 -producer C.B. Folk Arts Council -MC Bob Morgan. Pg. 5.
    22 March 1975. Fiddler Mike MacDougall spends month touring Ireland with singing group the “Bards.” Pg. 11.
    9 Apr. 1975. Jim Flynn, ten years ago belonged to the Morticians, a C.B. group. Ten years later he is in Vancouver with “Finnegan” and doing well. Pg. 7.
    16 Apr. 1975. Fiddler Mike MacDougall in Ireland by Gerald O’ Grady. Pg. 10.
    21 May 1975. John Allan Cameron, “The Unique Sounds of Cape Breton.” Pg. 4.
    21 May 1975. College of CB children choir and director Mae Cameron score well at Music Festival. Pg. 4.
    28 May 1975. Gordie Meighan is a C.B.’er who is one member of “Sunny Day” band, that tours the Canadian bases. Pg. 3.
    2 July 1975. A group of C.B. entertainers head for Codroy Valley, NFLD. Pg. 4.
    9 July 1975. The number at Glendale Fiddling Contest could reach 200. Pg. 6.
    9 July 1975. Rita MacNeil of Big Pond singer and songwriter returns to C.B. Pg. 1.
    16 July 1975. Colin J. Boyd, pioneer of recording Scottish violin music dies in Antigonish. Pg. 13.
    23 July 1975. Broad Cove, Inverness- 18 years of Scottish entertainment, and famous native sons. Pg. 13.
    26 Nov. 1975. Judique on the floor- annual meeting - Leona MacDonald. Pg. 1.
    10 Dec. 1975. 5 MacDonald Fiddlers shown at 1953 Concert. Pg. 8.
    7 Jan. 1976. Two well known Cape Bretoners- Wild Archie MacLellan and Archie Walker entertain seniors at Alexandra St. Sydney. Pg. 1.
    11 Feb. 1976. Fiddlers Workshop set for Mabou fiddlers Festival Committee. Pg.15.
    24 Mar. 1976. “Cape Breton Do” a pilot program of 45 mins. Violin, Scottish music -Doug MacPhee, Winnie Chafe & Carl MacKenzie. Pg. 6.
    24 Mar. 1976. Champion Stornoway dancers are to be featured in concert -32 awards in competition. Pg. 6.
    14 July 1976. Iona Pipe Band places at Highland Games. Pg. 4.
    28 July 1976. American Bicentennial festival in Washington D.C. was attended by Fiddler Mike MacDougall and Doug MacPhee along with other C.B. performers. Pg. 2.
    4 Aug. 1976. Concert Broad Cove the granddaddy of them all, Stories and pictures. Pg. 3.
    18 Aug. 1976. Springs of Heather Pipe Band score third at New Glasgow competition. Pg. 6.
    29 Sept. 1976. Dan R. MacDonald, the king of Scottish fiddlers, died at age 65.
    1 Dec. 1976. A former pipe major Farquhar MacIntosh who once instructed at St. Anne’s becomes “Susan” MacIntosh. Pg. 3.
    17 Sept. 1975. A mini-tattoo featuring the RCR band, MacDougall and Sprig ‘O Heather in Sydney. Pg. 5.

Ceilidh

  • Reports: Ethnic: Scottish
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  • 1976

Item is a report titled "Ceilidh" written by Beulah McEwen.

Celtic Festivals

  • Notes: Celtic Festivals
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  • 1994-1995

Item consists of photocopied material relating to the Pan Celtic Internation Council and Festival.

Inverness County Dance Project

  • Reports: Culture
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  • 1986

Item is a report titled "Inverness County Dance Project" written by Barbara LeBlanc and Laura Sadowsky and presented to the Centre for Canadian Folk Culture Studies, Canadian Museum of Civilization on September 15, 1986. Attached are two copies of content lists of video cassettes sent to Elizabeth Beaton-Planetta by the Canadian Museum of Civilization in reference to Inverness County dance traditions.

Naidheachd a' Chlachain (The Village News)

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  • 1998

Item is an edition of a the newsletter Naidheachd a' Chlachain (The Village News) Volume 5 Number 1 Summer 1998, published by the Nova Scotia Highland Village Society. Newsletter includes a featured article on fiddler Joe MacLean.

Notes: Cape Breton Fiddlers

  • Notes: Cape Breton Fiddlers
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Item consists of material relating to the Cape Breton Fiddlers' Association, including correspondence and sheet music.

Notes: Celtic Colours

  • Notes: Celtic Colours
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  • 1997 - 2012

Item consists of various programs and pamphlets for the Celtic Colours International Festival.

Notes: Fiddlers

  • Notes: Fiddlers
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  • 1943 - 1948

Item consists of two photocopied pages from the article "Violin Players I Have Met" written by J. J. MacInnis for The Canadian-American Gael, Vol. 1.1 1943-1944 and Vol. 2 May 1948. The article highlights fiddlers from the Cape Breton region.

Scrapbook 67

  • Scrapbook 67
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  • n.d.

Item is a scrapbook in two parts (A & B). Scrapbook A contains an article titled "The Music of the Pipes" by George B. Lowe.

Staying Alive

  • Reports: Culture
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  • n.d.

Item is a report on Cape Breton concerts and festivals titled "Staying Alive" written by Tristan MacLean. Report includes photographs of various festivals and concerts, including: Highland Village Day, Big Pond Festival, Broad Cove Concert, Gaelic College and the Sydney Boardwalk.

The Scotia Sun

  • MB 26
  • Item
  • 1969

Item is a microfilm reel of The Scotia Sun (Port Hawkesbury) from March 15, 1972 to July 11, 1973. Reel includes articles on Cape Breton fiddlers Dan Rory MacDonald (September 27, 1972) and Donnie MacDonald (February 28, 1973).

Cape Breton Fiddlers (From the Scotia Sun):
2 – John Morris Rankin
3 – Theresa MacLellan
4 – Kinnon Beaton
6 – Sandy MacLean
7 – Alex Francis MacKay
8 – John Campbell
9 – Colin J. Boyd
10 – Hugh A. MacDonald
11 – Angus Allan Gillis
12 – Donald Angus Beaton
13 – Carl MacKenzie
14 - Father Angus Morris
15 – John MacDougall
16 – Dan Hughie MacEachern
18 – Don Campbell
19 – Raymond Ellis
20 – John Alex MacLellan
21 – John Donald Cameron
22 – Morgan Gunn MacQuarrie
23 – Cameron Chisholm
24 – Jerry Holland
26 – Angus Chisholm
27 – Arthur Muise
27 – Joe Cormier

Traditional Cape Breton Fiddle Music

  • Reports: Ethnic: Scottish
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  • 1987

Item is a report titled "Doug MacPhee: Welcome to my World of Ceilidh" written by Walter Bond.