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Collection Description

Collection Title
Charles Acton Collection: Box 78 (1971)
Unique Identifier
Acton Gift 78
Description
Miscellaneous programmes collected by Charles Acton from 8/1/71-26/12/71.

TCD Concerts:
18/12/71: Examination Hall, Trinity College: Clara Bonaldi, Sylvaine Billier and Raphael Sommer presented by Le Service Culturel de l'Ambassade de France et L'Alliance Francaise de Dublin.
29/10/71: Examination Hall: Guillermo Fierens presented by Dublin University Music Society.
30/10/[71]: Examination Hall, Trinity College: Chantal Mathieu.
17/11/71: Examination Hall, Trinity College Dublin: Jennifer Robinson, Andrew Robinson and John O'Sullivan 'to celebrate the bicentenary of the Trinity College Kirckman Harpsichord' presented by the University of Dublin Central Music Committee.
4/12/71: Examination Hall, Trinity College: Dublin Orchestral Players. Flyer.
7/12/71: Examination Hall, Trinity College: Tallaght Choral Society and the Dublin Baroque Players presented by the Dublin University Philosophical Society. Poster.
3/2/71: Trinity College Chapel: Neil Wade.
23/2/71: Trinity College Chapel: Frank Hughes.
15/2/[71]: Trinity College: New Irish Chamber Orchestra presented by the University Philosophical Sociey and the Italian Cultural Institute. Flyer.
20/4/71: Trinity College Chapel: John O'Sullivan.
5/3/71: Aula Maxima, Newman House: RTE Symphony Orchestra presented by the Colaiste na h-Ollscoile Baile Atha Cliath Music Society.
12/5/71: 5 Trinity College Dublin: Contemporary American Piano Music.
15/2/71: New Irish Chamber Orchestra presented by the University Philosophical Society and the Istituto Italiano di Cultura.

Cork concerts:
2/10/71: City Hall, Cork: Suzuki Talent Education Tour presented by the City of Cork Vocational Educaton Tour.
21/12/[71]: Christchurch, Cork: Music Department UCC.
28/4/71-2/5/71: Cork International Choral and Folk Dance Festival. Festival programme booklet.

Methodist Centenary Church concerts:
14/12/71: Methodist Centenary Church: Messiah.
21/3/[71]: Methodist Centenary Church: Judy Woodworth, Anne Woodworth, Thomas Wilson and Brian Pasley. 'An evening medition through music'.

Slieve Fest concerts:
27/3/71: Slieve Donard Hotel: Ulster Orchestra. Contains programme notes.
27/32/71-28/3/71: Slieve Donard Hotel, Newcastle, Co. Down: The Second Slieve Fest of music, food and wine. Leaflet of events listings.

RDS concerts:
18/2/[71]: RDS Hall: Alfredo Campoli. Part of the Dublin Arts Festival 71.
20/2/71: RDS Concert Hall & 21/2/71: Whitla Hall, Belfast: Janet Baker and Martin Isepp.
1/5/71: RDS Concert Hall: Gerard Souzay. Wordbook.

Castletown concerts:
26/9/[71]: Castletown House: Ulster Soloists' Ensemble.
19/9/[71]: Castletown House: the Ulster Soloists' Ensemble.
12/9/[71]: Castletown House: Ulster Soloists' Ensemble.
15/9/71: Castletown House. Flyer.
8/9/71: Castletown House: Dublin String Trio.

St. Mary's Church, Haddington Road concerts:
28/7/71: St. Mary's, Haddington Road: William Watson.
14/7/71: St. Mary's, Haddington Road: Edward Fry.
7/7/71: St. Mary's, Haddington Road: Gerard Gillen.

St. Audeon's Church concerts:
23/6/[71]: St. Audeon's Church, High Street, Dublin: Desmond Hunter.
16/6/71: St. Audeon's Church, High Street, Dublin: David Lee.
17/2/[71]: St. Audeon's Church: Gerard Gillen 'Inaugural recital on the restored organ'. 2 different programmes.
9/6/71: St. Audeon's Church, High Street, Dublin: Georges Minne.

Christ Church, Rathgar concerts:
18/5/71: Christ Church Rathgar: Gerard Gillen.
19/5/71: Christ Church Rathgar: Jennifer Robinson, John O'Sullivan, Andrew Robinson and Joseph Groocock.

Wexford concerts:
18/3/71-21/3/71: 'A Festival of Living Music' presented by Tapestry Theatre Wexford. Leaflet.
20/3/71: Wexford: Frank Patterson, Betty Sullivan and John Beckett. Accompanied by programme notes.

RTE Concerts:
9/3/71: Coláiste Phádraig Droim Conrach: RTE Symphony Orchestra.
30/3/71: National Gallery of Ireland: RTE String Quartet. Contains programme notes.
10/6/71: St. Bartholomew's Church, Clyde Road: David Milne and the RTE Singers. '20th Century Church Music'.
3/10/71-19/10/71: RTE Music Diary October 1971. Leaflet.
[26/12/71]: [location unknown]: the RTE Singers and the RTE Light Orchestra.
20/12/71: Royal Dublin Society: Radio Telefís Éireann Singers with Violet Twomey. Wordbook.

Belfast concerts:
18/11/71: Sir William Whitla Hall, Queen's University Belfast: Erich Gruenberg and William Glock presented by the British Music Society of Northern Ireland and Queen's Unversity of Belfast. Includes programme notes.
10/5/71-15/5/71: The Grand Opera House, Belfast: Ulster Orchestra. 'Opera Season 71' presented by the Northern Ireland Opera Trust. Contains historical notes.

Trostan singers concerts:
4/12/[71]: Adelaide Road Presbyterian Church: The Trostan Singers.
18/3/71: Adelaide Road Presbyterian Church: Trostan Singers.

Dublin Orchestral Players concerts:
3/6/71: Dublin Central Mission Hall, Lr. Abbey Street: Dublin Orchestral Players. Accompanied by wordsheets.
13/3/71: Assembly Hall, College of Technology, Kevin Street: Dublin Orchestral Players.

Miscellaneous programmes:
8/1/71-13/1/71: 20th Century Music 3rd Dublin Festival. Festival programme booklet.
2/10/[71]: Christ Church Rathgar: William Watson.
19/10/71: Monkstown Parish Church: Stedfast Bank and W.G. Ebbs.
30/10/71: Church of Saint John the Evangelist Sandymount: Georges Minne and Martin White.
4/11/71: Dagg Hall, RIAM: Anne Makower and Courtney Kenny presented by the Cultural Service of the French Embassy and the Alliance Française of Dublin. Wordbook.
11/11/[71]: St. James' Church: B. McAteer, B. Cavanagh, G. Duffy, St. James's Church Choir Orchestra and Gerard Gillen.
17/12/71: National Stadium: Our Lady's Choral Society.
28/1/71: [location unknown]: St. Sepulchure's Consort for Old Music.
[date and location unknown]: Concert season programmes presented by the University Philosophical Society.
7/3/71: Teampall Mhuire, Tamhlacht. 'An t-Aifreann'.
8/3/71: Christ Church Cathedral: Irish Pro Musica.
20/3/71-21/3/71: Training College, Limerick and the Irish Life Theatre, Dublin: Malcolm Frager presented by the Limerick Music Association.
28/3/71: Abbey Theatre: Cork Ballet Company.
25/4/71: Church of Saint John the Evangalist, Sandymount: FCJ Swanton and David Lane.
23/9/71: [location unknown]: Anne Woodworth with Jeannie Reddin.
16/9/71: Player Wills Theatre: Philip Martin and Penelope Price Jones.
5/9/[71]: Taibhdhearc na Gallimhe: Seoda.
17/9/71: Mariners' Church, Adelaide Street: FCJ Swanton and Norman Myers.
2/9/71-3/9/71: Killarney Bach Festival. Festival programme booklet.
[date and location unknown]: Hertfordshire County Youth Orchestra 'Tour to Ireland 1971'.
[31/5/71]: [location unknown]: Veronica McSwiney.

Collection includes press releases, record recital programmes, film programmes, programme for the Irish Church Music Association Second National Summer School, miscellaneous programme notes and miscellaneous wordsheets.
Format
Date range of collection
1971 - 1971
Accumulation Dates
-
Suggested Audience
Not Specific
Associated People or Organisations

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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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