Series S00740 - Aselin Debison: Sweet Is The Melody

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Aselin Debison: Sweet Is The Melody

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S00740

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  • 2002 (Creation)

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0.025 m of textual records
62 videocassettes: Betacam Digital, Digital Video, ¾ “ U-Matic
1 CD-R

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Series consists of a production binder, original film footage, promotional documents and production masters of 52 minute televised concert performance by Aselin Debison, a young singer from Cape Breton. The project was also known in the early stages as “Glace Bay Girl”. With a Nova Scotian harbour as background, the concert, directed by Barbara Willis Sweete, was broadcast in 2002, and co-produced by Rhombus and Topsail Entertainment Productions.

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Final

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2019/04/11 J. Grant. Creation. Added content from finding aid created by A. St Onge.

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