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John Beckwith. 1987. Farewell To Nova Scotia. Baritone, SATB, piano, percussion 2 trumpet, viola, cello, double bass. Toronto: Gordon V. Thompson.

Robert Fleming.
1954?. A Kangaroo Sat on an Oak (Nova Scotia Folk Song). Voice and piano.
1963. Grandma's Advice (Nova Scotia Folk Song), for choir (SAB).
1971?. Three Nova Scotia Folk Songs, for choir (SSA) and piano. Titles of pieces: On This Hill, Loakie's Boat, It Was a Mouse.

Cecil Armstrong Gibbs. 1959. Canadian Folk Song Cycle. 4: The Stormy Scenes of Winter (Nova Scotia song, collected by Helen Creighton). Solo song with piano accompaniment.

Trevor Jones and Donald Wetmore. 1953. The Broken Ring (folk opera).
Trevor Jones. Overture to The Broken Ring. Symphonic band.

Talivaldis Kenins. 1967. The Carrion Crow (Nova Scotia song, collected by Helen Creighton). Male chorus (TTBB). Toronto: G.V. Thompson.

Scott Macmillan -- See below.

Ann Moore. 1994. Songs for schools : a collection of tradition[al] Lunenburg County music. [24 pages]. Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management Library - request slip - V/F V.401 #28

John C. O’Donnell. Amberglade Music. Male choir arrangements (TTBB).
The Jolly Miner (Traditional: collected by Helen Creighton) A Cappella
The Government Store (Traditional: collected by Helen Creighton)
[The latter song is in The Music of the Men of the Deeps: Selected Songs from the Repertoire of North America’s Only Coal Miners Choir. Antigonish, NS: Amberglade Music, 2009.]

Michel Perrault. 1959. Sea Gallows (Eric Hyrst ballet on Nova Scotia Folk Songs).

Imant Raminsh. 1986. I'll Give my Love an Apple (Nova Scotia song, collected by Helen Creighton). Female voices, oboe, piano (2-part treble). CME Intermediate Series. 12 pages. Boosey & Hawkes #M051466948.

Peter Riddle. 1978. Farewell to Nova Scotia. Band. Toronto: G.V. Thompson.

Doreen Senior. 1939. Fantasie on Four Folk Songs Collected in Nova Scotia for String Quartet.

Eunice Sircom. 1977.
Nine ethnic folk songs: for S.S.A.B. Toronto: G.V. Thompson.
Eight ethnic folk songs for young children. Toronto: G.V. Thompson. Songs, mainly in English, one in French, for 1-2 voices with piano acc.

Jack Sirulnikoff. 1967. Nova Scotia Fantasy. Band.

Don Wright. 1964. Farewell to Nova Scotia. Choir (SATB) or voice, with or without piano. Toronto: G.V. Thompson.


Scott Macmillan.
SMP800 Series: Arrangements for Solo Voice & Orchestra; Mezzo Sop. &/Or Tenor
SMP805 A Maid I Am In Love (Trad./Helen Creighton Collection)
SMP806 False Knight Upon The Road (Trad./Helen Creighton Collection)
SMP807 Well Sold The Cow (Trad./ Helen Creighton collection)
SMP808 When I Was In My Prime (Trad./Helen Creighton collection)

SMP900 Series Arrangements for SATB Choir/Orchestra &/or Piano
SMP901 Chansons Acadiennes (Trad/Helen Creighton collection)
SMP902 Dearest Mary (Trad./Helen Creighton collection)
SMP903 The Nova Scotia Song
SMP904 Geordie (Trad./Helen Creighton collection)

SMP1400 Series SA/SSAA/SATB & Piano and Other Vocal Arrangements
SMP1407 Phoebe Soprano and tenor & guitar (Helen Creighton collection)

SMP400 Non Orchestral Arrangements
SMP404 Creightonesque (Trad.) oboe/violin/cello v
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