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HAMILTON CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY (1951-1977)
MUS 283



Hamilton Chamber Music Society fonds.  - 1951-1977.  - 20 cm of textual records. 

Administrative history
Founded by Dalia Calapai and Reginald Godden, the Hamilton Chamber Music Society particularly focused on Canadian performers and a repertoire of little-known works, by composers including Malcolm Arnold, Victor Ewald, George Crumb, Harry Freedman, John Hawkins and György Ligeti. 

Scope and content
The fonds contains records pertaining to the musical activities of the Hamilton Chamber Music Society:  letters patent; correspondence; minutes; contracts; financial documents (ledgers; financial statements and reports; income statements; account statements); lists of members; list of works played; concert programmes; publicity; and press clippings. 

Immediate source of acquisition:  acquired from Margaret H.C. Meikleham in 1979. 

Restrictions:  none. 

Finding aids:  none. 



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