Bibliography

Resources listed here represent written works and resources on topics related to the musical history of Saskatchewan.

Bayley, Jonathan. “Saskatchewan: Music Education in Saskatchewan” In From Sea to Sea: Perspectives on Music Education in Canada. London, ON, Wilfred University Press: 2007.
Belford, Richard. “Building a Regional Music Collection: The Saskatchewan Experience.” CAML Review 35/1:19-22. http://caml.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/caml/article/view/2753/1958
Berg, Wesley. "The Music of the Mennonite Brethren of Saskatchewan to 1923." American Music 4, No. 4 (Winter, 1986), pp. 457-468. http://www.jstor.org/stable/3052230
Canadian Prairie Choral Composition List. http://www.classicmel.ca/choral-music-by-canadian-prairie-composers/
Crofford, Joanne. Saskatchewan Music Industry Review Final Report: The Path to Cultural Commerce. Saskatchewan Ministry of Culture, Youth and Recreation: (2007).
Doi, Carolyn. 2014. “Kaplan Collections Donation to the University of Saskatchewan.” Canadian Music Centre Prairie Region Prairie Sounds 9-12. https://www.musiccentre.ca/sites/www.musiccentre.ca/files/PS_Fall_2014.pdf
Generoux, Jessica. Aboriginal Music in Saskatchewan. http://smc.usask.ca/aboriginal
Hancock, Mossie and Saskatchewan Music Festival Association. Music for One-- Music for All: The Story of the Saskatchewan Music Festival Association, 1908-1988. Regina: Saskatchewan Music Festival Association, 1988.
Kaplan, David. 2012. Kaplan: The Well-Tempered Klezmerer: An Autobiography. Saskatoon, SK: David L. Kaplan and Darlene Polachic.
Mitchell, Ken. 2005. The Jazz Province: The Story of Jazz in Saskatchewan. Regina: Regina Jazz Society.

Morgan, Melissa. 2015. What about choiral music from the prairies?
Solem, Robert “Music in Saskatchewan” CAML Review: 2/1:6-7. http://caml.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/caml/article/view/4148/3347
Swales, Robin. “Music” Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/music.html
Silliphant, Craig. 2013. Exile off Main St.: Random Dispatches from the Saskatoon Music Scene. Saskatoon, SK: Craig Silliphant.
Wasiak, Ed. "School Bands in Saskatchewan, Canada: A History." Journal of Historical Research in Music Education 21, No. 2 (Apr., 2000), 112-131. http://www.jstor.org/stable/40215213