Fonds MG028 - Cecil Meade fonds

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Cecil Meade fonds

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CA BU MG028

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  • [19-] (Creation)
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    Meade, Cecil

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3 cm of textual records

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(1916-1998)

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Cecil Meade (1916-1998) was born in Coaticook on 24 December 1916. After studying at Coaticook High School and Bishop’s University, receiving a B.A. in 1938 and an M.A. in 1943, he worked as a surveyor’s assistant with his father, Sydney, for a few years before beginning serious study of music at the Toronto Conservatory. This was followed by military service overseas during World War II and study of music at McGill University, and a number of varied work pursuits. He received a Bachelor of Music from McGill University in 1957 and spent much of his life working in different countries and on various musical projects. He also held a Doctorate of Philosophy from the University of Pakistan. He died in Sherbrooke in 1998.

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Typed manuscripts, author Cecil Meade:

  • It Seems to me That Canada Should be a Republic
  • The World as Home: Travel as Therapy
  • Russian and Mongolian Adventure, 1981
  • Tourist Touches the North Pole
  • Micronesia
  • Impressionette
  • Third Class-Minus
  • Songs of Spring - Waltz Song
  • Scand - and
  • China - Slow Boat
  • Dark Dynamite
  • Penny-poor Yet Worldly-Wise.

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Available at the Coaticook Historical Society.

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