Fonds Fonds 151 - Isabelle Mills fonds

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Isabelle Mills fonds

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Fonds 151

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  • 1968-1991 (Creation)

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20 cm of textual records, graphic material, and sound recordings

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Isabelle Mills was educated at the University of Manitoba and Columbia University, where she received her Ed.D. She was a member of the Music and Education faculties at Brandon College (now University) before her appointment in the Department of Music at the University of Saskatchewan. Her teaching responsibilities included courses in Canadian music, church music, and music methods at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Her special teaching and research interest was Canadian music, of which she was a strong proponent. Dr. Mills retired in 1991.

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This fonds consists of correspondence, reports, promotional material, a photograph, and published proceedings relating to the Buxtehude/Sceidt Festival and Conference. Isabelle Mills was co-chair of this 1987 conference held in honour of two early Baroque composers. As well the fonds contains correspondence, reports, performance notices, photographs and sketches relating to the Quance Chorus which Dr. Mills conducted, and one file of correspondence, reports and minutes relating to the Music Advisory Council.

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