History professor Alan Gordon is a finalist for an award from the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences’s Aid to Scholarly Publications Program (ASPP). Gordon’s book, The Hero and the Historians: Historiography and the Uses of Jacques Cartier, is one of five books to make the short list for the Canada Prize for best ASPP-subventioned English-language book in the social sciences.
Conducted by Marta McCarthy & Ian Fleming
Saturday March 19, 2011 8pm
Harcourt United Church 87 Dean Ave, Guelph, ON
The programme includes shorter pieces from 17th century Madrigals, to Romantic artsong (Brahms), folksongs and even a modern showtune and some Gospel (and lots in between). Composers include Brahms, Weelkes, Vaughan Williams, Faure, and Canadians: Leonard Enns, Allison Girvan, Healey Willan, Ramona Luengen. Plus there will be a very moving piece set to words by Mother Teresa.