File AS3.002 - "Three Quiet Songs" by Ann Southam : [score]

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"Three Quiet Songs" by Ann Southam : [score]

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pfla AS-AS3-AS3.002

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  • [196-] (Creation)

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0.5 cm of textual records

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(1937-2010)

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File consists of two draft copies of "Three Quiet Songs" by Southam, one is handwritten and the other a photocopy. The pieces are poems set to music, two of the poems are by Shelley ("A Widow Bird" and "To the Moon") and one is by D.H. Lawrence ("New Moon").

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Note which accompanies material: "To the Fleck Archives: Ann Southam's estate has determined that this early manuscript called 'Three Quiet Songs', should NOT go to the Canadian Music Centre for a variety of reasons, including the fact that the composer never published it during her lifetime. It is possible that she considered it a private composition. I am clarifying this on behalf of her executor, Kip Southam, so that it will not be sent to the CMC at any time in the future."

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