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Music Archives at the National Library of Canada

VOCAL VISION PRODUCTIONS (1992- )
MUS 268


Vocal Vision Productions fonds.  - 1992.  - 2.46 m of textual records.  - ca. 100 photographs.  - 43 audio tape reels.  - 13 digital audio tapes.  - 1 audio tape cassette.  - 108 videocassettes.  - 16 film reels.  - 11 computer disks. 

Administrative history
This company was formed in Toronto to finance, promote and distribute the documentary film In the Key of Oscar on the life and music of celebrated jazz pianist Oscar Peterson.  The documentary was produced by Elitha Peterson Productions with the support of the National Film Board of Canada and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. 

Scope and content
The fond consists of records regarding preparatory research, production and marketing of the documentary film and compact disc entitled In the Key of Oscar.  It includes, among other items, contracts with artists; interviews; files on sponsors and distributors; filming schedules; scripts; budgets and other financial records; correspondence; promotional material (brochures, mock-ups and posters); photographs of the film launch; and sound and audiovisual recordings of the film In the Key of Oscar

Immediate source of acquisition:  acquired from Elitha Peterson Productions in 1995. 

Restrictions:  none. 

Finding aid:  provisional description. 



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