Kwakwaka'wakw welcome songs, an aria from Joseph Quesnel's 1808 opera Lucas et Cécile, rubbaboos (a combination of elements from First Peoples, French, and English music), the Tin Pan Alley hits of Shelton Brooks, and the contemporary work of Claude Viv.
Intro Contents Acknowledgments 1 Exploring the Sounds of Canada 2 Traditional Musical Expressions of the First Peoples 3 Music the French Brought to Canada 4 Music the British Brought to Canada 5 Expanding Settlements before Confederation 6 Forging a Nation with Music: 1867-1918 7 The Rise of Popular Musics 8 Musical Expansion 9 From A Rag Time Spasm to I'm Movin' On 10 Performers and Creators: 1945-1970 11 I Know an Old Lady: Modern Folk to CanCon Quotas 12 Refined Music in Canada and Abroad 13 Closer to the Heart 14 Space and Identity Appendices Notes References Discography Filmography Index A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z.
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