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In the dawning

Author: Christopher PlummerBob MannJim PirieBrian RussellTom SzczesniakAll authors
Publisher: Mississauga, Ont. : Denali Music, 1981.
Edition/Format:   Music LP : English
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Eight Canadian historians chose 25 historical events in the history of Canada. Sixteen composers then wrote songs inspired by these events and the songs were recorded by various artists and linked by narrative to form a musical history of Canada.
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Plummer; Bob Mann; Jim Pirie; Brian Russell; Tom Szczesniak; Rick Homme; Eric Robertson; Brian Leonard, (Percussionist); Dick Smith; Bob Lucier; Al Cherny; Hugh Orr; Moe Koffman; Harry Rabinowitz; London Symphony Orchestra.
OCLC Number: 10319867
Performer(s): Christopher Plummer, narrator ; Bob Mann, Jim Pirie, Brian Russell, guitar ; Tom Szczesniak, Rick Homme, bass ; Eric Robertson, keyboards ; Brian Leonard, drums ; Dick Smith, percussion ; Bob Lucier, steel guitar ; Al Cherny, fiddle ; Hugh Orr, recorder ; Moe Koffman, clarinet ; London Symphony Orchestra ; Harry Rabinowitz, conductor.
Description: 2 sound discs (80 min.) : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in. + data sheet.
Contents: Prologue --
Song of Baffin Island --
In the dawning --
Beware of the heavy hand --
Les Filles De Roy/(Daughters of the king) --
The companies --
Toast to the real heroes --
The plains of Abraham --
Mapmaker --
A hit or miss --
Fiddle playing man --
May she call us her sons and her daughters --
Klondike --
What God hath wrought --
Here in Flanders --
The roar of 1920 --
The great depression farmer's lament --
Someone waits --
The hired man --
If you are a sailor --
Northland's destiny --
Epilogue.

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Eight Canadian historians chose 25 historical events in the history of Canada. Sixteen composers then wrote songs inspired by these events and the songs were recorded by various artists and linked by narrative to form a musical history of Canada.

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