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Willy Amtmann. Music in Canada, 1600-1800. Collier-Macmillan Canada. 1975. 320pp.

Alex Barris; Ted Barris. Making Music: Profiles from a Century of Canadian Music. Toronto: HarperCollins. 2001. 498pp.

Beverley Diamond; Robert Witmer (editor). Canadian Music: Issues of Hegemony and Identity. Canadian Scholars' Press. 1994. 615pp.

J. Paul Green; Nancy F. Vogan. Music Education in Canada: A Historical Account. University of Toronto Press. 1991. 534pp.

Helmut Kallmann. A History of Music in Canada, 1534-1914. University of Toronto Press. 1960. 311pp.

Elaine Keillor. Music in Canada: Capturing Landscape And Diversity. McGill-Queen's University Press. 2006. 499pp.

Martin Melhuish. Oh What a Feeling: A Vital History of Canadian Music. Quarry Press. 1996. 207pp.

Carl Morey. Music in Canada: A Research and Information Guide. Routledge. 1997. 283pp.

Diane E. Peters. Canadian Music and Music Education: An Annotated Bibliography of Theses and Dissertations. Scarecrow Press. 1997. 496pp.

Greg Potter. Hand Me Down World: The Canadian Pop-rock Paradox. Macmillan Canada. 1999. 240pp.

George A. Proctor. Canadian Music of the Twentieth Century. University of Toronto Press. 1980. 297pp.

Arnold Walter (editor). Aspects of Music in Canada. University of Toronto Press. 1969. 336pp.

Gene Wilburn. Northern Journey: A Guide to Canadian Folk Music. Reference Press. 1995. 336pp.

Ritchie Yorke. Axes, Chops & Hot Licks: The Canadian Rock Music Scene. Edmonton: M. G. Hurtig. 1971. 224pp.

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