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Collection Description

Collection Title
Charles Acton Collection: Box 74 (1967)
Unique Identifier
Acton Gift 74
Description
Miscellaneous programmes collected by Charles Acton from

15/4/67: St. Philip's Church, Temple Bar, Milltown: Werner Schürmann, Helmut Seeber and John O'Sullivan; the Choir of St. Philips's Church. Wordbook.
13/1/67: The Molesworth Hall: The Olivian Singers.
17/1/67: National Gallery of Ireland: RTE String Quartet presented by RTE.
19/1/67: St. Patrick's Cathedral: Noel Rawsthorne. Includes programme notes.
19/1/67: Adelaide Road Presbyterian Church: The Trostan Singers.
20/1/[67]: Royal Hibernian Hotel: Monsieur Jean Boguet presented by the Alliance Française de Dublin (French Cultural Centre).
16/2/67: St. Mary's Cathedral, Limerick: Berlin Philharmonic Octet presented by the German Institute for Cultural Relations and Villiers School. Includes programme notes.
21/2/67: National Gallery of Ireland: RTE String Quartet with John Beckett presented by RTE.
23/2/67: St. Bartholomew's, Clyde Road: Alan Haverson (organ). Part of the Centenary Year 1967 Celebrations.
[date and location unknown]: Rosl Schwaiger and Robert Manuel. Wordbook.
28/2/67: Aula Maxima, Newman House: Radio Teilifis Eireann Symphony Orchestra presented by Colaiste na h-Ollscoile Baile Atha Cliath Music Society. Contains programme notes.
4/3/67: Rothe House, Kilkenny: Dowland Consort.
9/3/67: Royal Hibernian Hotel: the Trostan Singers.
11/3/67: Ely Hall, 8 Ely Place: Dublin Orchestral Players. Flyer.
11/3/67: Sir William Whitla Hall: The Ulster Orchestra 'Modern Music and Modern Jazz'. Accompanied by word-sheets.
26/3/67: St. John's Hall, Penzance: Morriston Orpheus Choir. Contains historical note on the choir.
19/3/67: Gaiety Theatre: RTE Singers and the RTE Light Orchestra, the Dragoons, Séamus Ennis, Deirdre O'Callaghan, Pat and Kay Rice, Edwin Fitzgibbon, Audrey Park, Martin Dempsey, Moira Briody, the Patricia Mulholland Irish Ballet presented by Coirm Cheoil Na Féile 'Festival Concert of Irish Music'.
9/67-10/67: Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin: 'Son et Lumière' Souvenir programme.
21/7/67: [ Examination Hall, Trinity College]: RTE String Quartet [opposite side] 28/7/67: Les Amis de la Musique with Sheila Cuthbert.
26/7/67: St. Bartholomew's, Clyde Road: Gerard Gillen. Part of the Centenary Year 1967 Celebrations.
24/7/67: Adelphi Cinema, Dublin: Louis Armstrong.
23/7/67: Unitarian Church Recital: RTE Brass Ensemble, Patrick Ring and Robert Johnson.
5/4/67: St. Patrick's Cathedral: RTE Singers and Choral Society, the Culwich Choral Society, the boys of St. Patrick's Cathedral Choir, RTE Symphony Orchestra, Veronica Dunne, Kenneth Bowen and Peter McBrien presented by Radio Teilifis Eireann. Britten's 'War Requiem'. Includes programme notes.
6/4/67: St. Bartholomew's, Clyde Road: Guy Bovat. Part of the Centenary Year 1967 Celebrations.
11/4/67: National Gallery of Ireland: RTE String Quartet presented by RTE.
12/4/67: Church of the Holy Family, Waterford: The Waterfrod Singers. Wordbook.
20/4/67: Metropolitan Hall: Bantracht na Tuatha (ICA) Festival of Combined Choir.
26/4/67: St. Patrick's Hall, Dublin Castle: presented by Radio Telefís Éireann to mark the tercentenary year of the birth of Jonathan Swift 'The Music of Swift's Dublin 1667-1745'.
27/4/[67] [plus duplicate]: St. Iberius Church, Wexford: William Watson. Contains programme notes.
28/4/67: Savoy Cinema, Limerick: Limerick Choral Union, the RTE Symphony Orchestra, Elizabeth Simon, Bernadette Greevy, Frank Patterson and William Young presented by RTE and the Limerick Symphony Concerts Society. Contains programme notes.
4/5/67: St. Philip's Church, Temple Road, Milltown: Trostan Singers. Flyer.
1967: [location unknown]: The Lund University Singers, Sweden; Irish Tour 1967. Wordbook. Contains historical notes on the choir.
5/67: Queen Elizabeth Hall: The Zemel Choir, John Ogdon. Contains historical and programme notes.
30/5/67: Royal Opera House, Covent Garden: The Covent Garden Opera Chorus and the Covent Garden Orchestra.
1/6/67: Ely Hall, 8 Ely Place: Dublin Orchestral Players. Flyer.
17/6/67: St. Bartholomew's, Clyde Road: Edward Fry. Part of the Centenary Year 1967 Celebrations.
21/6/67: St. Bartholomow's Church, Clyde Road: Anne Makower, Anne Woodworth, Werner Schürmann, John O'Sullivan, Festival Band and Chorus. Wordbook.
27/6/67: Royal Hibernian Hotel: Brian McNamara, Hilary O'Donovan and Mícheál O'Rourke.
30/6/67: Examination Hall, Trinity College: Chamber Orchestra with Austin Gaffney. Presented by RTE; part of the season of Lunchtime Concerts.
2/7/67: RDS Dublin: The Ulster Orchestra. Contains biographical and programme notes.
10/9/67-21/9/67: Town Hall, Castlebar: Western Chamber Opera. Festival programme booklet.
2/10/67-12/10/67: RDS Concert Hall, Dublin: Julius Katchen performed the complete works for solo piano by Brahms. Contains programme and biographical notes.
[date and location unknown]: Mädchenchor Hannover (Girls choir of Hanover).
10/10/67: National Gallery of Ireland: RTE String Quartet presented by RTE.
[23/10/67]: Olympia Theatre: Glasnevin Musical Society 'Die Fledermaus' by Strauss.
All Saints/67: Glenstal Abbey: 'Music in the Liturgy' Study Day. Includes music for participation in Compline.
1/11/67: St. Bartholomew's Chruch, Clyde Road: Werner Schürmann, David Ledbetter, Robert Frost, Betty Sullivan, Herbert Nowak and David Lee. Part of the Centenary Year 1967 Celebrations.
3/11/67: Royal Dublin Society Concert Hall: Bamberg Symphony Orchestra presented by the German Institute for Cultural Relations. Contains programme notes.
8/11/67: The New Church of St. Bernedette, Rosetta: Ulster Singers and the Studio Symphony Orchestra. Flyer.
4/11/67: Savoy Cinema, Limerick: Bamberg Symphony Orchestra.
15/11/67: Royal Dublin Society Concert Hall: Rita Streich and Geoffrey Parsons presented by the German Institute for Cultural Relations and the Music Association of Ireland. Wordbook.
18/11/67-25/11/67: Grove Theatre, Belfast: Ulster Opera. Festival programme booklet.
28/11/67: Grand Opera House Belfast: Western Theatre Ballet.
2/12/[67]: Concert Hall Queen's University: Eric Hinds, Wendy Berry, Norman Watson, Maurice Brett, Audrey Brett, David Gribble, John Bunting and Havelock Nelson. 'Music At Night'.
[date and location unknown]: UCD Dramatic Society and the UCD Music Society. Brecht/Weill's 'Threepenny Opera'.
7/12/67: Ely Hall, 7 Ely Place: Dublin Orchestral Players. Flyer.
11/12/67-16/12/67: [Dublin]: 'Unifest '67 - arts festival UCD'. Programmes included the music of numerous genres. Festival booklet.
14/12/67: Gate Theatre: Concert for Unifest.
12/67: Gate Theatre: Larry Adler 'From Hand to Mouth - A musical autobiography'.
15/12/67: Methodist Centenary Church: Messiah.
20/12/67: National Stadium: Our Lady's Choral Socity and the Radio Eireann Symphony Orchestra.
[date unknown]: College of Music: Students' Union Chamber Orchestra.
11/1/67: RDS Concert Hall: The Guinness Choir presented by St. James's Gate Musical Society. Flyer.



Collection includes a programme for the film of La Scala Opera Company Milan production of 'La Bohème'; a historical booklet on Rothe House, Kilkenny; a leaflet delineating recordings by the Morriston Orpheus Choir; film brochures; press releases; press cuttings; the Oireachtas programme for 1967; miscellaneous programme notes.
Format
Date range of collection
1967 - 1967
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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Closed
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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council