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Music Archives at the National Library of Canada

EGGLESTON, ANNE, 1934-1994
MUS 282


Anne Eggleston fonds.  - 1938-1993.  - 2.12 m of textual records.  - 643 photographs.  - 696 negatives.  - 45 audio tape cassettes.  - 8 audio tape reels. 

Biographical sketch
A composer born in Ottawa, Anne Eggleston studied music with Gladys Barnes, Robert Fleming, Pierre Souvairan, Oskar Morawetz, John Weinzweig and Bernard Rogers, among others.  Beginning in 1958, she gave private lessons in piano and composition in Ottawa.  Her works include Autumnal Clouds, On Citadel Hill, Five Lullabies of Eugene Field and an opera, The Woodcarver's Wife

Scope and content
The fonds consists of records pertaining to Anne Eggleston's musical activities:  correspondence; diplomas; manuscripts and copies of musical works; concert programs; miscellaneous material pertaining to her teaching; notes; press clippings; photographs of Anne Eggleston, members of her family and various artists; and sound recordings consisting mainly of works by Anne Eggleston. 

Immediate source of acquisition:  acquired from the Anne Eggleston Estate in 1997. 

Restrictions:  none. 

Finding aid:  provisional description. 

Associated material:  Wilfrid Eggleston fonds (MG30-D282) at the National Archives of Canada.



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