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Collection Description

Collection Title
Contemporary Music Centre Ephemera (1987)
Unique Identifier
Ephemera 1987
Description
Folder of ephemera collected by the Contemporary Music Centre, Dublin from 1987.

Programmes:
30/10/87: John Field Room: Ciaran O'Connell and Luke Tobin.
11/11/87: Assembly Hall, Thomas Prior House, TCD: The Dublin Chamber Orchestra. First performance of John Buckley's 'Horn & Pipes'. Contains programme notes.
1/10/87: College Chapel, Trinity College: Goritzki String Quintet presented by the Goethe Institute Dublin. Includes biographical notes.
7/6/87: Cathedral Ennis: Gerald Barry presented by the CMC.
27/4/87: Harty Room, Department of Music: Kevin Volans; part of Sonorities 1987. Includes biographical notes.
28/5/87: MMM Auditorium Drogheda: 'The music of Michael Holohan'.
13/10/[87]-4/5/[87]: 'A series of recitals by Gillian Smith (piano) of works by John Buckley and Michael Alcorn'. Events listings.
24/4/87-27/4/87 [plus duplicate]: Queen's University of Belfast: 'Sonorities - Northern Ireland's Festival of 20th Century Music'. Festival programme booklet.
27/4/87 [plus duplicate]: Harty Room, Queen's University: Brodsky Quartet; part of Sonorities 1987. World premiere of 'Chanson d'automne' by Philip Hammond. Contains programme and biographical notes and words.
26/4/87: Harty Room, Queen's Unversity: Telescopaean; part of Sonorities 1987. Contains programme and biographical notes and words.
19/11/87-22/11/87: Hugh Lane Gallery: 'A series of Concerts of Contemporary Irish Music' presented by the Association of Irish Composers. Contains biographical and programme notes.
8/11/87: [location unknown]: Olwen Fouéré. First performance of 'Switch' by Roger Doyle.
30/4/87: Examination Hall, Trinity College: Trinity New Music Group, Adrian Daly, Heather Hewson and Mark Armstrong: '20th Century Music at TCD'.
25/6/87: St. Michael's Church, Dun Laoghaire: Hibernian Chamber Orchestra; part of the Dun Laoghaire Summer Festival 1987. Contains programme and biographical notes.
23/10/[87]: Edmund Burke Hall, TCD: Rainer Brüninghaus and Trilok Gurtu 'Jazz Concert' presented by the Goethe Institute.
18/10/87: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: 'Sunday at Noon' Concert Winds.
22/1/87: Douglas Hyde Gallery: Trinity New Music Group. '20th Century music at TCD'. Programme included the first Irish performance of Jean Claude Risset's 'Mutations I' and Peter Beyles 'A Quiet Disturbance' and the first performance of Kevin O'Connell's 'Aria and Passacaglia'. Contains biographical notes.
19/2/87: Recital Room, No.5 Trinity College: Trinity New Music Group '20th Century Musc at TCD'.
5/3/[87]: Players Theatre No.4: Trinity New Music Group '20th Century Music at TCD'.
2/4/87: No.5 Trinity College: Trinity New Music Group '20th Music at TCD'. Programme included first performance of John Buckley's 'Time Piece' and the first performance of Michael Seaver's 'Opening music from "The Persian Poems"'.
4/3/87: Recital Room: Elizabeth MacNally and Andrea Dolan. Contains programme notes.
19/3/87: TCD: Trinity New Music Group '20th Century Music at TCD'.
11/5/[87]: [location unknown]: The Falum Wind Quintet and the Ulysees Wind Quintet; part of Carrolls Summer Music. Contains programme and biographical notes.
1/5/87-3/5/87: 34th Cork International Choral and Folk Dance Festival. Festival programme booklet.

Invitations:
3/4[87]: Goethe Institute: Peter Michael Hamel presented by the Association of Irish Composers.

Flyers:
28/5/87: John Field Room, National Concert Hall: 'The music of John Buckley' presented by the Music Association of Ireland.

Leaflets:
6/11/87-8/11/87: Project: CMC New Music Weekend.

Posters:
6/11/87-8/11/87: Project: CMC New Music Weekend.


Collection includes 13 identical Elizabeth Maconchy biographical leaflets; flyers for music workshop; miscellaneous programme notes; leaflet for the 24th Seminar on Contemporary Choral Music in UCC.
Format
Date range of collection
1987 - 1987
Accumulation Dates
-
Suggested Audience
Not Specific

Location Details

Contemporary Music Centre
Temple Bar,19 Fishamble Street Dublin Dublin 8 United Kingdom
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Telephone
+353-1-673 1922
Fax
+353-1-648 9100
Visiting Information
Mon - Fri, 9.30am - 5.30pm
Collections Overview
Specialist collection of scores, recordings and related materials by Irish composers, mainly contemporary classical. Most of the unpublished scores can be copied for clients; any of the non-commercial recordings are available to listen to in the library only.
For details of other collections held at the same location: See the location record

Additional Collection Information

Accrual Status
Open
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Associated Collection(s)
Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council