The sinking of the Titanic was a source of inspiration for musicians and filmmakers and Library and Archives Canada has some interesting pieces of audio-visual and music material in its collection! Let’s continue exploring:
- Titanic [music], words by Charles Lavell, music by Norman Fraser, 1912 (OCLC 498649021)
- Men be British!, words and music by C.A. Frame, 1912. (OCLC 1007608738)
- The ice king’s bride: song, words by Cecil E. Selwyn, music by Arthur A. Penn, 1913. (OCLC 1007535382)
- The loss of the Titanic : song, words and music by Arthur S. Leslie, 1912 (OCLC 1007608969)
- Back to Titanic , original music composed and conducted by James Horner. Includes My heart will go on performed by Céline Dion, (OCLC 1006762159)
- Titanic [music]: a voyage in piano music by Rebekah Maxner (OCLC 758437127)
Films and Audio Recordings
- G. Kleine collection R8745-0-3-E,3 film reels (7 min). Collection consists of short documentary clips about skating in Montreal, skating on the canal and the sinking of the Titanic .
- The discovery of the Titanic [sound recording] by Robert D. Ballard, with Rick Archbold, 1989. (OCLC 1032981850)
- Titanic troubles [sound recording], part of The time capsule series of books by Ouita Petty, 1996, (OCLC 79684269)
- Titanic [sound recording]: survivors in their own voice (1915-1999), (OCLC 226950845)
- RMS Titanic : the first violin : the life and loss of the Titanic’s violinist, John Law Hume by Yvonne Hume with a foreword by Millvina Dean, Titanic’s last survivor (OCLC 766386309)
- Poems that will interest everybody [microform] by Angus McLaughlin (OCLC 53656650)
- The wreck of the Titanic by Andrew O’Malley* (OCLC 433993426)
- Titanic disaster : report of the Committee on Commerce, United States Senate, pursuant to S. Res. 283, directing the Committee on Commerce to investigate the causes leading to the wreck of the White Star liner Titanic : together with speeches thereon by Senator William Alden Smith of Michigan, and Senator Isidor Rayner of Maryland (OCLC 560852846)
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