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Miscellaneous Scotland (not Glasgow or Edinburgh) (1932-97)
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Collection of ca. 150 miscellaneous programmes and leaflets from venues around Scotland, arranged alphabetically by venue (1932-1997)

Battleby Centre, Perth:
Edinburgh Quartet (13/11/80)

Bonar Hall, Dundee:
Jim Reid and the Foundry Bar Band (15/12/85)
BT Scottish Ensemble (21/10/93)
1993-94 programme diary

Byre Theatre, St Andrews:
Terry Neason (13/11/93)

Caird Hall, Dundee:
Programme diary from Scottish National Orchestra (1977-78)

Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline:
Programme diary from the Carnegie Festival of Music and the Arts (1973)
Dunfermline Light Opera Club (1951)

Cowdray Hall, Aberdeen:
Edinburgh String Quartet (1980)
Scottish Early Music Consort (1993)
BT Scottish Ensemble Programme diary 1993-94

New Hall, Crathie:
Hall Russell's Male Voice Choir (3/2/1933)

Crawford Centre for the Arts, St. Andrews:
Programme diaries (1978-85)

Cumbernauld Theatre:
Belgrade Trio (13/2/80)
Chilingirian Quartet (21/2/80)

Town Hall, Elgin:
Edinburgh String Quartet (18/9/80)
Scottish Chamber Orchestra (26/11/78, 4/10/79)

Fleming Hall, Aberlour:
Hall Russell's Male Voice Choir (24/9/32, 20/10/34)

King's College Chapel, University of Aberdeen:
Janiculum (30/7/95)

Macduff Arts Centre:
Scottish Chamber Orchestra (n.d.)

Mitchell Hall, Aberdeen University:
Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama Chamber Orchestra (19/3/93)

Music Hall, Aberdeen:
Scottish Orchestra (12/12/44, 13/11/45). Inside the second programme is inserted a typewritten letter about Frederic Lamond, violin, who was featured at this concert.
Scottish National Orchestra (19/10/76 and programme diaries from 1977-78 and 1978-79)
Programme diary from the International Festival of Youth Orchestras and Performing Arts (1977)
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra (11/3/92)
J. Scott Skinner (23/11/93)

Montrose Kilwinning Lodge:
Hall Russell's Male-Voice Choir (27/10/33)

Park Mains Theatre, Erskine:
Programme diaries (1977-82)

Perth Theatre:
Dougie MacLean (13/2/94)

Pitlochry Festival Theatre:
Programme diaries (1976-1986)
Vlado Perlemuter, piano (22/6/80)
John Vallier, piano (27/7/80)
Christian Blackshaw, piano (10/8/80)
Linda Esther Gray, voice (31/8/80)
Yfrah Neaman, violin (7/9/80)
Julian Lloyd Webber, cello (21/9/80)
Edinburgh Quartet and Wight Henderson, piano (24/6/79)
Yonty Soloman, piano (16/9/79)
Hill Square Consort (2/9/79)
Peter Pratt, baritone with other singers (5/8/79)
Melvyn Tan, piano (22/7/79)

Rescue Hall, Peterhead:
Hall Russell's Male Voice Choir (22/2/35)

Smith Art Gallery and Museum, Stirling:
Oriana Singers (11/2/94)

St Mary's Parish Church, Haddington:
Moura Lympany, piano (18/7/94)

Webster Memorial Hall, Arbroath:
Hall Russell's Male Voice Choir (3/11/34)

Younger Hall, St Andrews:
Programme diaries from the Scottish Chamber Orchestra (1979-80, 1982-83)
RSAMD Academy Wind Orchestra (3/3/93)

There are also programmes and leaflets from a huge number of other venues, performing plays, pantomime, musicals, opera, dance, etc.
Date range of collection
1932 - 1997
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Not Specific
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National Library of Scotland, Music Collections
George IV Bridge Edinburgh EH1 1EW United Kingdom
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Large reference collection of printed, manuscript and audio-visual music material, including books, scores, periodicals, audio, video and multi-media formats. Legal deposit library.
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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council