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1973 Glendale Festival of Cape Breton Fiddling

Bagpipe selections - MacInnis, Sheldon - Amazing grace
Bagpipe selections - MacInnis, Sheldon - March - Piano accompaniment by Joey Beaton
Violin selections - LeBlanc, Paddy - Marches, strathspeys and reels - Piano accompaniment by Margaret MacPhee
Violin selections - Kennedy, Willie - Piano accompaniment by John Morris Rankin
Violin selections - MacInnis, John Joe - Jigs, strathspeys, reels - Piano accompaniment by Marie MacLellan
Violin selections - MacLellan, Teresa - Slow air and marches, jigs - Piano accompaniment by Marie MacLellan
Violin selections - Steele, John - Waltz
Piano accompaniment by Marie MacLellan
Violin selections - Cameron, Rev. Francis - Slow air, march, reels - Piano accompaniment by Janet Cameron
Piano solo - Beaton, Joey - March
Violin selections - Beaton, Mrs. Archie - Strathspey and reel - Piano accompaniment by Joey Beaton
Violin selections - MacEachern, Dan Hughie - Slow airs - Piano accompaniment by Betty Lou MacNeil
Violin selections - Campbell, Gregory - Strathspey and reel - Piano accompaniment by John Morris Rankin
Violin selections - MacMaster, Vincent - March, strathspey and reels - Piano accompaniment by Marie MacLellan
Welcomes all to the Festival - official opening of Sunday's program - Rankin, Rev. John Angus - Address
Gives summary of Festival, introduces Hon. Allan J. MacEachern - MacPherson, Judge Hugh Festival Chairman - Address
Speaks on the Festival and Scottish culture - MacEachern, Hon. Allan J., Pres. Of Privy Council - Address
Violin selections - Chisholm, Archie Neil - Strathspeys and reels - Piano accompaniment by Maybelle Doyle
Stepdancing - MacPherson, Ellen and Garry - Stepdancing - Music by Buddy MacMaster and Mary Lou MacNeil
Violin selections - MacEachern, James - Piano accompaniment by Joey Beaton
Violin selections - MacDougall, Hector - Strathspeys and reels - Piano accompaniment by Maybelle Doyle
Violin selections - MacInnis, Sandy - Piano accompaniment by Marie MacLellan
Bagpipe selections - Beaton, Mrs. Deanie Munro - Marches
Bagpipe selections - Bearon, Mrs. Deanie Munro - Jigs - Piano accompaniment by Joey Beaton
Morag a'Dunbheagan - MacPherson, James - Love song - Accompaniment by Ellen MacPherson
The Northern Lights of Old Aberdeen - MacPherson, James - Patriotic song
Violin selections - MacMaster, Buddy - Slow air, marches, reels - Accompaniment by Betty Lou MacNeil
Violin selections - LeBlanc, Donnie - Strathspeys and reels - Piano accompaniment by Joey Beaton
An cluinn thu mi mo nighean donn... - MacMillan, Rev. Allan - Love song - Piano accompaniment by Janet Cameron
Violin selections - MacLean, Joe P. - March, strathspeys, reels - Marie MacLellan, piano accompaniment
Violin selections - Gillis, Michael - Marie MacLellan, piano accompaniment
Violin selections - Morris, Rev. Angus Beaton, Joey - Strathspeys and reels - Piano accompaniment by Joey Beaton
Violin selections - MacIntyre, John - Piano accompaniment by Joey Beaton
Violin selections - Mini-grand finale, 35 fiddlers - Jigs, marches, strathspeys, and reels

Recording is available for research and study purposes only:
Tape Side 1: http://beaton.cbu.ca/atom/audio/T-698-1.mp3
Tape Side 1: http://beaton.cbu.ca/atom/audio/T-698-2.mp3

MacDonald, Kay

CBI Radio "Fresh Air" December 28, 1980

  • T-2008
  • Item
  • 1980

Item is a sound recording featuring several individuals from New Waterford, including Dr. Dan Nathanson, Mrs. Rose Schwartz, James P. MacNeil, and Margaret MacPhee.

CBI Radio "MacTalla an Eilean" May 5, 1979

  • T-1343
  • Item
  • 1979

Item is a sound recording featuring the following:

Marie MacLellan & Sandy MacInnis: Violin & Piano Selections
Sons of Skye: "Fhir a'Bhata"
King's Own Scottish Borderers: Bagpipe selections
Kay MacDonald: Gaelic Story
Margaret MacPhee: Piano Selections
Rev. Allan MacMillan: "'S e fa mo mhulad..."
Bob Morgan & Kay MacDonald: Gaelic Lesson
Carl MacKenzie & Doug MacPhee: Violin & Piano Selections
Allister MacDonald: "Mary Jane"
Kathleen Beaton & Elmer Briand: Violin & Piano Selections
Kay MacDonald:"A' Bhraighe"
Re Hackle Pipes & Drums: Bagpipe selections

CX 43 John Wilmot

Consists of audio disc and label information.
John WIlmot with Bill Leger (Bass fiddle,) Tom Basker (Harmonica,) Bill MacDonald (Guitar) and Margaret MacPhee (piano)

Cape Breton Chorale

  • MG 15.47
  • Fonds
  • 1973-1998

Fonds consists of records documenting the performances, tours, community activities and governance of the Cape Breton Chorale. Fonds includes sound recordings from original performances, radio broadcasts, and taped interviews with choir members. Textual documents include financial reports, correspondence, programs, newspaper clippings, interview transcripts, awards, membership information and histories about the Chorale. Colour photographs and 35mm slides are found in the records along with a comprehensive collection of scrapbook albums documenting the activities of the group from its inception until 2010. A small collection of VHS video tapes are also available featuring the televised program "Now the Bells Ring with Rita MacNeil" as well as other performances.

Cape Breton Chorale

Charles MacDonald fonds

  • MG 11.40
  • Fonds
  • 1963-1983

This fonds consists of documents relating to: the Highlander Press Co. Ltd; pulpwood cutting in Cape Breton County; Roman Catholic Diocese of Antigonish; speeches. Dr. Charles MacDonald was a member of the faculty of the University College of Cape Breton.

Ethnic Corner: Herbal Medicines and Mi'kmaw Traditions

  • FT-0001.17
  • Item
  • 1981

File consists of an original video interview with Rita Joe on the use of herbal medicinal cures and of various Mi'kmaw cultural items such as hair ornaments, jewelry and musical instruments. Rules and significance of waltes played by Mi'kmaw women. Beaton Institute Production; 20 minutes

First Annual Scottish Concert

First Cape Breton Gaelic Society concert:

Opening remarks by John Dan MacNeil, Sydney (Speech)
Biographical sketch of Donnachadh Ban MacIntyre by Hugh F. MacKenzie
"Togaibh i, togaibh canan ar duthcha" by Donald Gordon, Truro.
Bagpipe selections by J. MacPherson and Buddy MacNeil
Violin selections by Winston Fitzgerald; piano accompaniment by Mary MacLean Gillis.
Highland Fling by Pottie Highland Dancers; music by Dannie MacIntyre.
"Ho ro mo chuid chudeachd thu" by Mrs. Tando MacIsaac, Antigonish.
Piano selections by Doug MacPhee
Violin selections by Rev. Francis Cameron; piano accompaniment by Doug MacPhee.
"An t-alltan dubh..." by Lauchie Gillis (Hunting song)
"O Luaidh" by Lauchie Gillis (Love song)
Bagpipes selections by Cecilia Campbell; piano accompaniment by Marie MacLellan.
"Mo nighean Dubh" by the Boisdale Singers (Love song)
Vioin selections by Winnie Chafe; piano accompaniment by Doug MacPhee.
Violin selections by Paddy LeBlanc; piano accompaniment by Margaret MacPhee.
Violin selections - playing for Boisdale Dancers by Father Francis Cameron. (Strathspey & reel)
"Dhealaich mis' a nochd ri m' leannan" by Donald Gordon. (Love song)
Scottish song by Donald Gordon and Mrs. Tando MacIsaac.
Violin selections by John Willie Campbell: march, strathspey and reels; piano accompaniment by Mary Gillis.
"'S toigh leam cruineag donn nam bo" by the Loch Lomond Singers. (Milling song)
Piano selections by Mary Gillis, North Sydney.

Day, Hilda

French Acadian Songs

  • T-3257
  • Item
  • 1996

Item is a cassette tape featuring French Acadian songs performed by Lucy Doucet, including:
"Adieu, Papa"
"Allons Danser Lanture"
"Fleur D'Épine"
"L'Etoile Du Nord"
"Rosette"
"Venez Jeunes Gens"
"Wing Tra La"

Doucet, Lucy Jane

Interview with Rita Joe

  • T-3276
  • Item
  • 04 Dec. 1997

File consists of an audio recording of Rita Joe's thoughts on life.

Lnu and Indians We're Called

  • PS 8569 O33 L5 1991
  • Item
  • 1991

Item is a Ragweed Press publication featuring poetry by Rita Joe.

Lucy Doucet

  • B&G - Doucet, Lucy
  • File
  • 1999-2005

File consists of the following items:

Obituary for Lucy Doucet, Cape Breton Post, March 18, 2005
"Neré pi Lucy Jane: Their Story," a biography written by Lucy's son Daniel Doucet, March, 1999

Doucet, Lucy Jane

Margaret MacPhee

  • MG 15.76
  • File
  • 1997 - 1999

File consists of various newspaper clippings re: New Waterford pianist Margaret MacPhee, including her obituary. File also contains a copy of Greg MacLeod's eulogy delivered at her funeral in 1997, and a remembrance article from The Cape Bretoner (Summer 1999).

MacPhee, Margaret

Margaret MacPhee

  • MG 15.76
  • Fonds
  • 1912-1997

Fonds consists of correspondence and newspaper clippings:
a. Newspaper clipping: Tribute of Margaret MacPhee, August 23, 1980. 1 p.
b. Thank you acknowledgement. 1 p.
c. Letter from the Gaelic Society. 1 p.
d. Testimonial napkin and invitation.
e. Newspaper clipping: MacPhee Clan Ceilidh is enjoyed. 1 p.
f. Coloured photographic portrait of Margaret; 3.5 x 5 inches, 1980.
g. Newspaper clipping, The Coastal Courier: New Waterford Gaelic Singers, February 1, 1989.
h. Newspaper clipping, Cape Breton Post: "A Lively Step" Annie Grechuk and Margaret MacPhee, March 13, 1989.
i. New Waterford Parks and Recreation Committee volunteers the Heart of the Community Award to Margaret MacPhee, 1989.
j. Certificate of Achievement, Continuing Education Class Program, 1974.
k. Biographical letter highlighting Margaret's career, 1989. 1 p.
l. Magazine article from "A Cape Breton Ceilidh" by Allister MacGillivray, June 1988, featuring the piano career of Margaret MacPhee. 2 p. Also a stepdancing article from the same magazine on Margaret's accomplishments as a step dancer, June 1988. 4 p.
m. Musical compositions by Margaret MacPhee: Alex Graham's Jig, Jeanette (MacDonald) Beaton's Jig, Margaret MacPhee's Jig, Jacqueline's Jig, Doug's Jig, Josie MacArthur's Jig. Photocopies, 2 p.
n. Newspaper clipping, The Community Press, Wednesday, November 27, 1996 "Margaret MacPhee - A Very Talented Lady," 2 p.
o. Biography and Obit., C. B. Post March 5, 1997.
p. Eulogy - Fr. Greg MacLeod - March 6, 1997
q. Funeral Notice and Card of Thanks - C. B. Post April 5, 1997.
r. Appreciation card and photo of Margaret MacPhee.
s. Tribute by Elizabeth Patterson, Cape Breton Post, March, 1997; See MG 11.40 Dr. Charles MacDonald, Reference item D (https://beatoninstitute.com/macdonald-charles).
t. Newspaper clippings from Community Press & C. B. Post In Memoriam tributes for Margaret on the anniversary of her death March 3, 1997.

MacPhee, Margaret

Mary MacIsaac (Mrs. John MacIntyre)

  • 78-45-1795
  • Item
  • 1925

Item is a photograph of Mary MacIsaac, born approximately around 1840, who was a step dancing instructor, the mother of Dougald MacIntyre and the grandmother to Margaret MacPhee.

Mi'kmaw Language Class

  • FT-0009
  • Item
  • 1981

File consists of a videorecording of a Mi'kmaw language class at the Mi'kmawey elementary school, Chapel Island. Class deals with the teaching of proper names, pronunciation, chanting, etc. Beaton Institute Production; 15 minutes.

Mrs. John Angus Nicholson

  • 79-1130-4110
  • Item
  • 1941

Item is a photograph of Mrs. John Angus Nicholson with Boyd MacIntyre, Margaret MacPhee (pianist), Sandy MacLean (violinist), Lila MacDonald (pianist), and Hughie Malcolm MacIntyre at Port Hawkesbury.

Notes from a Musical Garden

  • ML 423 P844 2005
  • Item
  • 2005

Item is a Cape Breton University Press publication re: the Nova Scotia Music Educators Association.

Porter, Brenda

Poems of Rita Joe

  • PS 8569 O33 P64
  • Item
  • 1978

Item is an Abanaki Press publication featuring poetry by Rita Joe.

Rita Joe

  • 00-03-29989
  • Item
  • 199-?

Item is a photograph of Rita Joe reading to a small group of people.

Rita Joe

  • 00-06-29992
  • Item
  • 1990

Item is a photograph of Rita Joe holding the proclamation of her reception of the Order of Canada.

Rita Joe

  • B&G - Joe, Rita
  • File
  • 1981 - 2007

File consists of various newspaper clippings re: Rita Joe, including her obituary and an article announcing her death in 2007. File also includes a university report entitled "Rita Joe: Mi'kmaq Poet" written by Joanne Peck in 1994.

Rita Joe

Rita Joe

  • 00-05-29991
  • Item
  • 1992

Item is a photograph of Rita Joe signing a record after her induction into the Privy Council. The Governor-General and Queen Elizabeth II are also featured in the photograph.

Rita Joe

  • 00-04-29990
  • Item
  • 1992

Item is a photograph of Rita Joe with her daughter Caroline and Prime Minister Brian Mulroney.

Rita Joe Honorary Doctorate

  • FT-108
  • Item
  • 1998

Item is a video recording of Rita Joe receiving an honorary doctorate during a convocation ceremony at Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Rita Joe fonds

  • MG 15.91
  • Fonds
  • 1975-1997

Fonds consists of correspondence; prose, poems, songs, and fragments of works by Rita Joe; personal memorabilia; photographs; clippings; and audio and video cassettes.

Rita Joe

Sister Rita Clare, C.N.D.

Series consists of audio-visual recordings, textual records, photographs and sheet music related to Sister Rita Clare, her work in the music department at Holy Angels High School and her work with the Cape Breton Youth Choir.

Song of Eskasoni

  • 2007-008.3.001
  • Item
  • 1993

File consists of "an account of the revival of the native traditions and spirituality in Eskasoni through the writings of Rita Joe."

Songs

File consists of poetry, lyrics and sheet music by Rita Joe.

The Mi'kmaw community at Eskasoni

  • T-958
  • Item
  • Oct. 1980

File consists of an audio recording of the CBI Radio show, Fresh Air, featuring a conversation with several informants on various topics concerning life at Eskasoni and Mi'kmaw culture.

Violin Selections by Duncan MacQuarrie

Item is an audio recording of violin selections - Jigs, marches, waltz, strathspeys, reels - by Duncan MacQuarrie, with piano accompaniment by Margaret MacPhee. This music was taped in New Waterford on Mr. MacQuarrie's ninetieth birthday, Sept. 1, 1974.

Violin selections by Mary MacDonald

Item is an audio recording of violin selections performed by Mary MacDonald, with piano accompaniment by Margaret MacPhee.

Recording Summary:

  • Highlander's Farewell to Ireland
  • King George IV
  • Old Kings Reel
  • Carlisle Lasses
  • Traditional strathspey
  • The Haggis Reel
  • Mrs. Fleming of Moness
  • Mrs. Hamilton of Wishaw
  • Traditional reel
  • The Cumberland, or Miss Gibson Reel
  • Trip to Mabou Ridge March

Violin selections by Mary MacDonald

Item is an audio recording of violin selections performed by Mary MacDonald. High bass strathspeys, piano accompaniment by Margaret MacPhee.

Recording summary:
Miss Drummond of Perth; Mason's Apron; trad. reel.
Maggie Cameron; The Devil in the Kitchen; 2 trad.
reels
The Braes of Marr; Charlie Stewart; Trad. reel
2 Trad. reels
Bundle and Go
Strathspeys & reels (trad.)
The Drover Lads (jig)
Tullochgorum (trad. setting); Lord MacDonald's Reel;
Miss Johnson's Reel
Strath. & reel (trad.)
Miss Lyall; King's Reel
Lady Ann Hope; Trad. strath.
Johnny Pringle strath.
The Breas of Marr; Charlie Stewart; trad. reel
Christie Campbell; Anthony Murray; trad. reel (high
bass)
Strath. & reel - high bass
Greig's Pipes - reel
Miss Drummond of Perth; Mason's Apron
Sleepy Maggie; Muillean Dubh
The Laird of Drumblair
West Mabou Reel
Johnny Gilbraith
Reel of Tulloch
The Ewe with the Crooked Horn; Col. MacBain Reel
Delvin Side; Bog an Lochan; Flora MacDonald's Reel;
Miss Lyall; King George V; Old King's Reel