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Collection Description

Collection Title
Charles Acton Collection: Box 73 (1966)
Unique Identifier
Acton Gift 73
Description
Miscellaneous programmes collected by Charles Acton from

12/2/66-13/2/66: Belfast & Dublin: Edinburgh University Musical Society Orchestra [plus sheet delineating members of the Orchestra].
13/2/66-20/2/66: New Gymnasium, Curragh Camp: The Curragh Musical Society.
17/2/66: Christ Church Leeson Park, Dublin 6: David Lee.
23/2/66: Examination Hall, Trinity College: The College Singers.
15/3/66: Mariners' Church, Adelaide Street, Dún Laoghaire: FCJ Swanton and Clothilde Johnston.
10/3/66: Saint Bartholomew's Church, Dublin: Guy Bovet.
12/3/66: Abbey Lecture Hall: Dublin Orchestral Players. Flyer.
13/3/66: Gaiety Theatre: Coirm Cheoil na Féile presented by Radio Éireann 'Festival Concert of Irish Music'.
13/3/66: Aberdeen Hall, Gresham Hotel: Brendan O'Dowda presented by the Brendan O'Dowda Circle.
24/3/66: Abbey Lecture Hall: Grainne Yeats.
25/3/66: Royal Hibernian Hotel: Trostan Singers.
27/3/66: St. Dympna's Hall, Carlow: Irish Chamber Orchestra with the Carlow Choral Union [accompanied by sheet delineating members of the latter].
30/3/66: [location unknown]: Adelphian Concert Choir.
1/4/66: College of Technology, Bolton Street: The Bremen Youth Chamber Orchestra under the auspices of the Students' Union, College of Music.
4/4/66: St. Joseph's Hall, 159 Lr. Rathmines Road, Dublin 6: The Amabile String Quartet. Ticket.
10/4/66: [location unknown]: The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Maken.
11/4/66: Gaiety Theatre: Cuimhneachán 1916. A Commemorative Concert presented by Radio Eireann.
18/4/[66]: [location unknown]: Dartington String Quartet, Colin Sauer, Peter John Carter, Keith Lovell and Michael Evans.
24/4/66: St. Columba's, Iona Road, Dublin: Gerard Gillen and the choir of the Holy Faith Convent, Glasvnevin.
24/4/66: Gaiety Theatre: Concert of Irish Traditional Music under the auspices of Comhaltas Ceoiltóirí Éireann in commemoration of the Jubilee of the Rising, Easter 1916.
24/4/66: St. Andrew's Church, Suffock Street: Violet Twomey, Gerard Gillen, Bernadette Greevy, The Olivian Singers and the Irish Chamber Orchestra,
26/4/66: Dun Laoghaire Town Hall: Stedfast Band Annual Concert with the John Hughes Trio.
28/4/66: Mansion House, Dublin: Bantracht na Tuatha 'Festival of Combined Choirs'.
29/4/66: St. Mary's Cathedral, Limerick: Radio Eireann Symphony Orchestra and the Limerick Choral Union presented by the The Limerick Symphony Concerts Society 'Cuimhneachán 1916'.
3/5/66: City Hall, Cork: 'Cuimhneachán 1916' presented by Radio Eireann.
4/5/66-8/5/66: Cork: International Choral Festival Cork. Opening festival concert programme.
12/5/66: Fatima Hall, Dominican Convent, Wicklow: The Adult Choral Group, Wicklow Technical School presented by the Wicklow Choral Society.
14/5/66: Cork Municipal School of Music: Locrian Consort and Charles Lynch.
21/5/66: Saint Columba's College: Dublin Orchestral Players.
22/5/66-29/5/66: Kilrush Opera Society 'A week of Opera'.
24/5/55: Church of the Holy Faith, Waterford: The Waterford Singers with the Waterford Orchestral Players.
4/6/66: Metropolitan Hall: Dublin Orchestral Players. Flyer.
7/6/66: The School of Music, Trinity College (at the top of the staircase No.5): Michael Chesnutt, David Ledbetter, Patrick Corran and David Lee 'An evening or Renaissance and Baroque music'. Flyer.
10/6/66: Cork Municipal School of Music: The Locrian Consort and Charles Lynch.
12/6/66-19/6/66: Saint Bartholomew's Church, Dublin: Summer Festival 1966 programme of events.
26/6/66-10/7/66: Blessington, Co. Wicklow: Festival Fortnight progamme of events.
10/7/66: Gaiety Theatre: Radio Eireann Symphony Orchestra with Mstislav Rostropovich.
15/7/66-19/8/66: Examination Hall, Trinity College: 'A Season of Lunchtime Concerts'.
2/9/66: Konservatorium auf Dreilinden, Dreilindenstrasse: Schlusskonzert des Meisterkurses für Violoncello und Kammermusik.
9/66: Castlebar: Season of Chamber Opera.
[date and location unknown]: Les Petits Chanteurs a la Croix D'Azur.
17/9/66: Ostan Gresham: Eorm Cheoil na Comhdhala presented by Comhlatas Ceoltoiri Eireann.
20/9/66: St. James's Gate: John Beckett, Frank Patterson and Betty Sullivan.
29/9/66: Christ Church Leeson Park: Gerard Gillen.
10/10/66-5/12/66: Auditorium of the Municipal School of Music: Charles Lynch. 'Beethoven's Thirty Two Piano Sonatas'.
13/10/66: Monkstown Parish Church: 'A service of praise and thanksgiving on the occasion of the dedication of the organ now renovated and reconstructed and of gifts from parishioners by His Grace the Lord Archbishop of Dublin'.
18/10/66: National Gallery of Ireland: Radio Telifis Eireann String Quartet. Contains programme notes.
[date and location unknown]: the Ulster Orchestra opening concert, Belfast series 1966-1967. Contains programme notes.
[date and location unknown]: Medieval Renaissance and Baroque music sung and played by the Dublin Renaissance Players: Heather Dobbin, Michael Chesnutt, Patrick Corran, David Ledbetter, Bernard Thomas and Betty Sullivan.
30/10/[66]: The Theatre Royal, Wexford: Bernadette Greevy with Jeannie Reddin. Wordbook.
31/10/66-[6]/10/66: Olympia Theatre: Glasnevin Musical Society 'The Bohemian Girl' opera by Balfe.
11/11/[66] [partial programme 1p.]: [Belfast Festival]. Events listing from festival programme booklet.
11/11/66: New Concert Hall, Queen's University Belfast: The McCready Singers 'recital of contemporary choral music'. Wordbook.
15/11/66: National Gallery of Ireland: RTE String Wuartet chamber music recital presented by RTE. Contains programme notes.
24/11/66: St. Werburgh's Church, Dublin: Peter E. Paxton, Fred G. Flewett and David Bedlow 'organ recital'.
26/11/66: City of Dublin Vocational Education Committee College of Music Students' Union: Anne Makower, Veronica McSwiney and Colette Corcoran. [affixed to Marlene Dietrich programme].
28/11/66-29/11/66: Adelphi Theatre, Dublin: Marlene Dietrich.
28/11/66-3/12/66 [plus partial duplicate]: Theatre Royal, Waterford: Waterford Grand Opera Society. Contains historical notes.
8/12/66: [location unknown]: David Lee.
9/12/6: Methodist Centenary Church. 'Messiah'.
13/12/66: Adelphi Theatre: Artur Rubinstein. Includes considerable programme notes.
21/12/66: National Stadium: Our Lady's Choral Society with the Radio Eireann Symphony Orchestra.

Collection contains programmes from musicals, music film programmes, music course leaflets, correspondence, the programme from the Oireachtas 1966 and miscellaneous programme notes, miscellaneous wordsheets.
Format
Date range of collection
1966 - 1966
Accumulation Dates
-
Suggested Audience
Not Specific
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Associated Times

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Collections Overview
The National Library of Ireland has two collections consisting mainly of printed sheet music from the eighteenth to the early twentieth century. These include much material from the mainsteam western classical music tradition, but also material relating to little known Irish composers. The names of the two collections are the Joly Music Collection and the Additional Music collection. In addition the Library has a small but significant collection of music manuscripts. The general printed collections include some Irish ballad, folk-music and popular song collections.
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Accrual Status
Closed
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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council