PAULS, LEONORA MARY, 1934-
Leonora Mary Pauls fonds.
1978 - 1991.
0.375 m of textual records. - 55 sound recordings. - 28 photographs.
Canadian educator and musician Leonora Mary Pauls, née Dyck, was born
Redfield, Saskatchewan, in 1934 and moved to British Columbia in 1937
where she spent her childhood in Yarrow and her high school years in
Vancouver. She is married to John Pauls and has two children. She has
an ARCT from the University of Toronto, a Sacred Music Diploma from the
Canadian Mennonite University, a Bachelor of Education and a Master of
Music Education from the University of Calgary. She has been a piano
teacher, a classroom teacher, an accompanist and a music specialist.
She has been a member of the Registered Music Teachers' Association,
the Alberta Choral Directors' Association, The Calgary Youth Orchestra
Parents' Association, Choir Director of a Girl's Choir, Accompanist for
the Altona Community Choir, the Edmonton Symphony Choir, the Coaldale
Community Choir, and numerous church choirs. At present, Leonora lives
in Richmond, B.C.
Fonds consist of material relating to Leonora Paul's thesis The English
language folk and traditional songs of Alberta : collection and
analysis for teaching purposes (M.Music, University of Calgary, 1981).
Includes correspondence, song lyrics, research material, photographs,
and sound recordings of interviews with 'informants'.
Donated by L.M. Pauls in 2008.
Text in English.
No restrictions on access.
File level inventory available at repository.