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Mi'kmaw culture and music
CA BI T-302 · Item · 1971

File consists of an audio recording of Mi'kmaw songs and music recorded at a Mi'kmaw gathering in Truro. Directed by Sister Angelina Vallas.

CHER Radio Failte is Furan
CA BI T-420 · Item · 1972
Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

Cremo, Lee - Violin selections

Morrison, Pipe Major Donald - Bagpipe selections

Gillies, Allister - Piobair an aon phuirt

Campbell, John and Rankin, John Morris - Discussion re John Morrison's violin playing

Rankin, John Morris - Violin selections

Campbell, John; MacDougall, John - Discussion re Mr. MacDougall's teaching program for fiddlers

MacLeod, Malcolm R. - S e Cheap Breatuinn tir mo ghraidh

Fitzgerald, Winston - Violin selections

Morrison, Pipe Major Peter - Bagpipe selections

MacPherson, John Alex - Reading of "The Canadian Boat Song" in Gaelic

MacPherson, John Alex - "
Cremo, Lee - Violin selections

MacDonald, Allister - Far am bi mi fhein

CHER Radio - Radio broadcast of the return of Team canada

MacLeod, Pipe Major Francis - Bagpipe selections

MacPherson, John Alex - Gaelic lesson - words to "Oran na Mocaisean"

MacNeil, Jim Charles - Violin selections

Leblanc, Paddy - violin selections
North Shore Singers - Mo run mo nighean donn bhoidheach

Gillis, Wilfred - Violin selections

Fitzgerald, Winston- Violin selections

CHER Radio
Interview with Lee Cremo
CA BI T-883 · Item · 1977

File consists of an audio recording of an interview with Lee Cremo in Eskasoni. Lee Cremo's background as a fiddler, the various fiddle styles in Cape Breton. Also, prejudice and the gap between white and Mi'kmaw ways of thinking.

CMH 86-46-86-46 LEB/SAY-Ac-40 · Item · 05 Aug. 1986
Part of Inverness County Dance Project

Interview with Lee Cremo - 2nd part (continuation from tape LEB/SAY-Ac-39) - talk about wedding dance, speaks about developing music in children, chanting or singing during wedding dance, special wedding song, birthdays, praying, singing for dancing, he sings the song for the dance, celebration dance, Nescaouette dance, learning to dance, dances in home, respect for elders, his wife explains about dancing and dance at Chapel Island, dance died out on Chapel Island, Mi'kmaq life, learning dancing, understanding Mi'kmaw dance movement, step for dances, respect in dancing.

Canadian Museum of History
CMH 86-46-86-46 LEB/SAY-Ac-41 · Item · 05 Aug. 1986
Part of Inverness County Dance Project

Interview with Lee Cremo - 3rd part (continuation of LEB/SAY-Ac-40) - talk about Nescaouette, children learning dances, Chief of dance and differences in arm positions for dancing, fish type person, stiffer upper body, different styles of fiddling for dancing, other dances, language, dance tradition kept up, occasion for dancing, play for what type of dance, Mi’kmaw tunes on fiddle, eagle dance, feather dance, traditional dance, singing to this dance, lullaby, traditional instrument for Mi’kmaw dancing, rattle, melodies on the fiddle, step-dancing, wedding dance, harvest dance, three kinds of dancing, Mi’kmaw greetings with demonstrations, shoes, clothing.

Canadian Museum of History
On the Go
CA BI T-2279 · Item · ca. 1987

File consists of an audio recording of the CBC program, On the Go, featuring a segment on the 1987 Summer Games.

Xmass Daddies 02-98
SD-202 · Item · 1998
Part of Sarah Denny Cultural Collection

This record depicts the Daddies Christmas event of 1998 that takes place in Eskasoni to raise donations for people who need money during the holidays. There is a mix of traditional and non-traditional music including karaoke performances. Lee Cremo, Tom Sylliboy, Stephen Christmas, John Poulette, Bernie Francis, Kenny Lafford, Arlene Stevens, Katalin Denny, Elias Sylliboy, and others perform.

Xmass 03-98 (98)
SD-203 · Item · 1998
Part of Sarah Denny Cultural Collection

This depicts the Daddies Christmas event of 1998 that takes place in Eskasoni to raise donations for people who need money during the holidays. There is a mix of traditional and non-traditional music including karaoke performances. The Relatives, John Poulette, Moony Francis, George Paul, Lee Cremo, Tom Sylliboy, Stephen Christmas, Kenny Lafford, and others perform.

Interview with Lee Cremo
CA BI T-2412 · Item

File consists of an audio recording of an interview with Lee Cremo.