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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/25388

Title: Canadian Music In Education: CMEA Composition Competition for Student Composers Writing for Student Performers
Authors: Shand, Patricia
Keywords: Canadian music in education
Canadian composers
Canadian student composers
composing for student performers
multicultural music
John Adaskin Project
Kimberly Francis
Matthew Grant Asplin
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: Canadian Music Educators Assocaition
Citation: Shand, Patricia. “ Canadian Music In Education: CMEA Composition Competition for Student Composers Writing for Student Performers.” Canadian Music Educator Newsletter No. 106 (Winter 2000)
Description: Shand reports the results of the CMEA Composition Competition for Student Composers. She describes the winning work and includes several quotations from its composer, Kimberly Francis. The University of Western Ontario student sought to incorporate music from many cultures to reflect the role of multiculturalism in Canada and the world. Honourable Mention went to Matthew Grant Asplin, a geography student at Simon Fraser University who has continued to be involved with the Port Moody Community Concert Band as a performer and composer.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/25388
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