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Reel #4

Side 1: Excerpt of conversation between between Dorothy Livesay and Alan Crawley, 1966, Alan Crawley on poetry in music and conversation with Dorothy Livesay, 1967, CBC, "Anthology" - Alan Crawley, editor of the magazine, Contemporary Verse, Nov. 30, 1968; Side 2: Blank; IPS: 7 1/2

Reel #6

Side 1: Bob McNutt - Interview with Dorothy Livesay, Dec. 18, 1967; Side 2: New Brunswick Teachers College, UNB, Poetry reading with John Gill, John Newlove, George Bowering, Alden Nowlan; IPS: 3 3/4

Reel #16 - Music

Side 1 : Mozart Quintet, Brandenburg Concerto, Renaissance Conzos; Side 2 : Rhapsody by Bela Bartok, Two Quartets by Haydn, Two Mazurkas by Chopin; IPS: 3 3/4

Tape #27

Side 1 : "Modern Canadian Poets," 2 Recorded Archives Taping Series, selected and produced as a project of the League of Canadian Poetsin St.Jacobs, Ont. - Interview with Dorothy Livesay by Andrew Marshall - Readings by Dorothy Livesay; Side 2 : Readings by Dorothy Livesay continued

Tape #28

Side 1 : (The same as #27?) Recorded Archives Taping Series, League of Canadian Poets in St. Jacobs, Ont. - Interview with Dorothy Livesay - Readings by Dorothy Livesay; Side 2 : Readings by Dorothy Livesay continued

Tape #32

Side 1 : CBC/TV,"Spectrum' March 17, 1982 - Dorothy Livesay,"The Woman I Am", Last part is blank; Side 2 : Blank

Tape #36

Side 1 : CBC Radio,"Morningside" - Peter Gzowski in conversation with Dorothy Livesay, Writer-in-Residence at the University of Toronto, March 16, 1983, Regina Radio Studio, April 19, 1983, -Lorna Crozier reviews Dorothy Livesay's Phases of Love and Margaret Atwood's Murder in the Dark, Finale of Beethoven's7th Symphony, Last part is blank; Side 2 : Blank

Tape #39

Side 1 : Dorothy Livesay - Interviews Christopher Grieve (Hugh MacDiarmid, pseudonym); Side 2 : Blank

Tape #20

Side 1 : Donald Cameron - Visit with Dorothy Livesay Jan. 19, 1968?, Concludes with instrumental music; Side 2 : Instrumental music, Last part is blank

Tape #38

Side 1 : Dorothy Livesay interviews Mildred Osterhout Fahrini; Side 2 : CBC Radio,"Morningside", - Program on George Falady, Hungarian Poet, Dorothy Livesay answers questions for Room of One's Own

Tape #43

Sides 1 & 2 : Conclusion of a two-day seminar on Manitoba literature (with a focus on ethnic literature). Participants include Dorothy Livesay, David Arnason, Al Reimer, Mrs. Peters, and Dr. Pauls. The discussion is chaired by Dr. Saunders.

Reel #1 - Dorothy Livesay

Side 1 : About her N. Rhodesia assignment; Poetry reading, IPS: 7 1/2 ends 3 3/4; Side 2: Interviews teachers in N. Rhodesia about system of education, IPS: 3 3/4

Tape #34

Side 1 : CBC,"Hornby Collection," "Voices of Women," Dorothy Livesay's suite, Dec. 4, 1982 - Betty Phyllips reading from New Poems, by Dorothy Livesay; Side 2 : BBC docudrama on birth and pre-birth. From the program, "The Spring of Memory" Dec. 8, 1982

Reel #12

Sides 1 & 2 : Recital of songs and piano music by Violet Archer at Knox Metropolitan United Church, Edmonton, Alberta, Feb.28 1978, June Hunt, mezzo-contralto, Albert Krywolt, pianist, Some texts by Dorothy Livesay: "My Hands" 1972; "Plainsongs" 1977; IPS: 7 1/2

Reel #13 - Dorothy Livesay Reading

Side 1 : Readings of "The Wind Our Enemy" by Anne Marriott and; Call My People Home (Selections); Side 2 : Continuation of reading - Call My People Home; IPS: 7 1/2

Reel #15

Side 1 : "Sunday Supplement" - Bob Russel - Discussion on "games" (Last part is blank); Side 2 : Henri Chopin - Experimenting with resources of the voice (i.e., through the use of multiple recordings) (Last part is blank); IPS: 3 3/4

Tape #21

Side 1 : "Canadian Poets on Tape," produced by the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education - Dorothy Livesay poetry reading; Side 2 : Gwendolyn MacEwen poetry reading

Tape #22

Side 1 : Dorothy Livesay - Lectures on the Thirties at the University of Victoria (for Rob McDougall's class?); Side 2 : Lecture continues, Interview. (Interviewer not identified)

Tape #24

Side 1 : Dorothy Livesay - Conversation with Alan Crawley, May 12, [ca. 1973]; Side 2 : Recollections of her mother, Florence Randal Livesay

Tape #29

Side 1 : "Womanvision" (Co-op Radio?) - Interview with Dorothy Livesay, Jan. 26 1981, Vocal music Last part is blank; Side 2 : First part is blank, Female reading

Tape #30

Side 1 : "Womanvision" (Co-op Radio?) (Begins near the end of Side 1), July 1981- Dorothy Kidd interviews Dorothy Livesay on women in the Soviet Union; Side 2 : Interview continued, Last part is blank

Tape #31

Side 1 :Poetry Series, Medicine Hat, Alta., March 5, 1981 - Lengthy introduction of Dorothy Livesay by Helen Hoy - Poetry reading by Dorothy Livesay; Side 2 : Poetry reading continued

Tape #37

Side 1 : Scattered and unconnected, Mostly blank; Side 2 : Begins with brief comments on Vancouver as a choral city by John Washburne(?), Conductor of the Vancouver Chamber Orchestra, Season 1980/81, Dorothy Livesay and her sister Sophie Livesay Stewart talk about their shared Winnipeg childhood, n.d.

Reel #3

Side 1 : Conversations with Jean and Alan Crawley, Michael Crawley, and Dorothy Livesay. Followed by Dorothy Livesay reading from Call My People Home, 1964, Alan Crawley and Dorothy Livesay: About recent Canadian literature, 1965; IPS: 7 1/2; Side 2 : Blank

Tape #26

Side 1 : Blank; Side 2 : Dorothy Livesay - Remarks about creativity, teaching poetry, etc., March 1979

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