1. Piano Music I, ed Elaine Keillor, 1983
2. Sacred Choral Music I, ed Clifford Ford, 1984
3. Songs I, to English Texts, ed Frederick A. Hall, 1985
4. Organ Music I, ed Lucien Poirier, 1985
5. Hymn Tunes, ed John Beckwith, 1986
6. Piano Music II, ed Elaine Keillor, 1986
7. Songs II, to French Texts, ed Lucien Poirier, 1987
8. Music for Orchestra I, ed Helmut Kallmann, 1990
9. Sacred Choral Music II, ed Clifford Ford, 1988
10. Opera and Operetta Excerpts I, ed Dorith Cooper, 1991
11. Chamber Music I: Piano Trios, ed Robin Elliott, 1989
Littler, William. 'Reviving Canada's long-forgotten musical past,' Toronto Star, 27 Feb 1988
Pichette, Jacques P. 'Une anthologie de la musique au Canada,' Aria, vol 12, Mar 1989
Kallmann, Helmut. 'Canada's musical past: a forgotten heritage recalled,' Music, vol 12, Jun-Jul 1989
Keillor, Elaine. 'Finding the sounds of Canada's musical past,' Fontes Artis Musicae, vol 41, Jan-Mar 1994
Links to Other Sites
Historical Anthology of Canadian Music
This extensive historical collection of Canadian music features audio files, biographies of composers, musical scores and more. From Library and Archives Canada.
Disc-O-Logue is an online catalogue of French-language popular music recordings available in Canada published between 1962 and 1979. From Library and Archives Canada.
The Virtual Gramophone
An extensive multimedia database that covers the history of recorded music in Canada. Search the site for musician biographies and notes about the early years of sound recording, online audio clips of recordings, podcasts on specific themes, videos, and more. From Library and Archives Canada.
Music Archives at the National Library of Canada: A Guide (1994, 2003)
The extensive Music Archives website features brief bios of prominent personalities in the Canadian music industry and a summary of related archival material. From Library and Archives Canada.
Sheet music from Canada's past
A very extensive collection of digitalized copies of sheet music published before Confederation and during the First World War. Includes patriotic and parlour songs, piano pieces, sacred music, novelty numbers, and more. Also, check out the sheet music covers that appear in the Gallery section. From Library and Archives Canada.
The Institute for Canadian Music
Features full text articles about music education and noteworthy people and events in Canadian music. Also offers an extensive collection of music links. From the University of Toronto.
Canadian Association of Music Libraries, Archives, and Documentation
CAML is dedicated to the collection, preservation and study of music, particularly music in Canada. Check out the "CAML Review" for many full text reviews of books and recordings from the Canadian music scene.