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Violet Archer, Composer/Compositeur
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This composer profile, like the releases before it, was intended primarily for internal and promotional use, as a resource for international and domestic radio broadcasts. The opportunity to market recordings like this for commercial distribution began to be exploited inn 1966 with the creation of CBC Records: CBC Records.

Complete your Violet Archer collection. THIS release is a reissue, confirmed by the use of this cover and label designs including the "Gem" logo in use from 1974-1985.

Violet Archer (1913–2000) was a Canadian composer, pianist, organist, percussionist and music educator. Her family changed "Balestreri" name to Archer in 1940. Violet studied at McGill University, receiving a Licentiate in Music diploma in 1934 and BMus degree in 1936, and also acquired an associate diploma from the Royal Canadian College of Organists in 1938. Archer visited New York in the summer of 1942, where she studied composition with Béla Bartók. She continued her education at Yale University with Paul Hindemith, earning BMus in 1948 and MMus in 1949

Divertimento for Piano & Strings by Violet Archer: Koffler .

Violet Archer (composer 1913-2000) - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (classicalarchives. com), the largest and best organized classical music site on the web. Biography, musicology. Below are works by . rcher that every music lover should explore: Chamber Works.

After receiving a BMus from the McGill Conservatorium in 1936, Archer studied with Bart¢k in New York and Hindemith at Yale, where she earned a MMus in 1949. She has received many prizes and awards, includin. ead Full Biography. Overview . Biography . Discography . Compositions .

Violet Louise Archer CM was a Canadian composer, teacher, pianist, organist, and percussionist. Born Violet Balestreri in Montreal, Quebec, in 1913, her family changed their name to Archer in 1940. She died in Ottawa on 21 of February 2000. She taught at the McGill Conservatory from 1944–1947. She earned a B MUS from Yale in 1948, and a M MUS also from Yale in 1949. From 1950–1953 Archer was e at the University of North Texas. From 1953 through 1961 she taught at the University of Oklahoma. Returning to Canada in 1961 for doctoral study at the University of Toronto, she set that aside when, in 1962, she joined the Faculty of Music at the University of Alberta.


Sonata For Alto Saxophone And Piano (17:10)
Preamble : Andante Con Moto 5:50
Interlude : Larghetto 4:10
Valsette : Quasi Allegro 2:15
Rondo : Allegretto Scherzoso 4:35
Sonata For Horn And Piano (13:00)
Sonata For Horn And Piano, 1. 6:10
Sonata For Horn And Piano, 2. & 3. 6:40
Sonata For Clarinet And Piano (14:55)
Andantino Piacevole 4:35
Tranquillo Ed Espressivo 4:55
Allegretto Grazioso 1:55
Allegro Ma Non Troppo, Scherzoso 3:05


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
412 Violet Archer Violet Archer, Composer/Compositeur ‎(LP, Album) Radio Canada International 412 Canada 1974
412, RCI 412 Violet Archer Violet Archer, Composer/Compositeur ‎(LP, Album, RE) Radio Canada International, CBC Radio Canada 412, RCI 412 Canada Unknown