Item is an audio disc of a recording by Harry Lauder.Lauder, Sir Harry
Item is a sound recording of Seumas MacNeill and John MacFadyen.
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.
Fonds consists of materials related to the Tarbot Music Festival held in Tarbot, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, including audio reels of 1977 festival performances, a cassette with a Canadian Broadcasting Company (CBC) radio segment about the festival, photographs, a festival poster, a patch, and a ‘Tarbot’ stamp.Tarbot, Cape Breton's Music Festival Inc.
Item is a sound recording of Tommy Doucet.
item is a sound recording of Bill Lamey.
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
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.
Item is a sound recording featuring several individuals from New Waterford, including Dr. Dan Nathanson, Mrs. Rose Schwartz, James P. MacNeil, and Margaret MacPhee.
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
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.
File consists of "an account of the revival of the native traditions and spirituality in Eskasoni through the writings of Rita Joe."
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.
Item is a sound recording by Pipe Major Donald MacLeod.