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Collection Title
Boydell Collection: Miscellaneous programmes (1938-1996)
Unique Identifier
Boydell Programmes Box 3
Description
One folder of miscellaneous programmes collected by Dr Brian Boydell from 6/2/38-1/4/96.

Christchurch Cathedral concerts:
29/9/84-6/10/84: Christ Church Cathedral Dublin: Inaugural Recitals on the New Cathedral Organ.
15/7/95 [plus duplicate]: Christ Church Cathedral: Christ Church Cathedral Choir, Mark Duley and Barbara Dagg. Contains biographical and programme notes and words.
8/3/71: Christ Church Cathedral: the Irish Pro Musica Chorale. Inaugural Recital.
17/12/88: Christ Church Cathedral: Musica Sacra.

Four Courts concerts:
24/11/85: Under the dome in the Four Courts: the Camerata Singers with the Consort of Viols. Flyer.
24/11/85 & 21/12/85: Rotunda of the Four Courts and the National Concert Hall: Camerata Singers. Flyer.

St. Catherine's Church concerts:
7/[year unknown]-8/[year unknown]: St. Catherine's, Thomas Street: The Douglas Gunn Ensemble and the Patrician Consort. 'Summer Music at St. Catherine's every sunday'. Flyer.
12/6/77: St. Catherine's, Thomas Street: Anne Woodworth, Aisling Drury-Byrne and John Gibson presented by the Association of Irish Composers. Wordbook.

RIAM concerts:
23/5/94: The Dagg Hall, Royal Irish Academy of Music: Conferring of fellowship honoris causa on Dr John O'Conor.
1/4/96: Royal Irish Academy of Music: Caitríona Yeats.

Cork concerts:
8/7/76 & 9/7/76: City Hall, Cork & Regional College, Carlow: Irish Youth Orchestra.
14/5/66: Cork Municipal School of Music: The Locrian Consort and Charles Lynch.

National Concert Hall concerts:
21/3/85: National Concert Hall: Tallaght Choral Society and the New Irish Chamber Orchestra. Flyer.
11/2/91: John Field Room: Gwendolyn Masin and Gillian Smith presented by the Young European Strings Promotion. Contains biographical notes.

Metropolitan Hall concerts:
25/11/55: Metropolitan Hall: The Adelaide Choir.
6/10/51: Metropolitan Hall: Ulster Girls Choir with Madge Bradbury.
29/10/54: Metropolitan Hall, Abbey Street: [Adelaide Choir and Orchestra], Veronica Dunne and Frank Cowle.

St. Bartholomew's Church concerts:
12/6/66-19/6/66: St. Bartholomew's Church, Dublin: Summer Festival 1966 Events listing.
23/10/88 [plus duplicate]: St. Bartholomew's Church: Mary Milne, Siobhán Terry, Janet Gallagher, James Nelson and David Little with Malcolm Wisener, Una O'Kane, Melanie Briggs and Finola O'Kane. Wordbook.
1/11/67: St. Bartholomew's Church: Werner Schürmann, David Ledbetter, Robert Frost, Betty Sullivan, Herbert Nowak and David Lee.
5/11/[year unknown]: St. Bartholomew's Church: David Lumsden.
22/11/93: Dagg Hall, Royal Irish Academy of Music: Capriol Consort. Conferring of fellowship honoris causa on Doris Keogh.

TCD concerts:
[date and location unknown]: [Trinity College Chorus and Orchestra of the School of Music].
[date and location unknown]: [Trinity College Chorus and Orchestra of the School of Music].

Dowland Concert concerts:
23/1/64: St. Vincent's Hall, Dundalk: Dowland Consort presented by St. Cecilia's Gramaphone Society, Dundalk.
18/3/[year unknown]: St. Columba's College: Dowland Consort presented by St. Columba's College Musical Society.

Royal Hibernian Hotel concerts:
15/3/44: Leinster Hall, Hibernian Hotel: The Sylphan Singers.
16/5/44: Leinster Hall, Royal Hibernian Hotel: Madge Bradbury, James Chapman and Kitty O'Callaghan.
20/2/63: Royal Hibernian Hotel: Eily Markey and Gerard Shanahan presented by the Music Association of Ireland. Wordbook. Accompanied by flyer for 11/3/63: Royal College of Physicians: London Baroque Trio presented by the Music Association of Ireland.

Dun Laoghaire concerts:
5/6/74: St. Michael's Church, Dun Laoghaire: Flor Peeters 'Opening Recitals on the new Rieger organ'.
29/1/84: St. Michael's Church, Dún Laoghaire: Austrian Baroque Trio. A special concert to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the installation of the Reiger organ.

Miscellaneous programmes:
5/1/76-10/1/76: Dublin Festival of Twentieth Century Music. Leaflet.
5/4/76-21/7/76: St. Mary's Church, Mary Street: Summer Programme 1976. Events listing leaflet.
6/2/38 [plus duplicate]: Benet Church: Cambridge University Madrigal Society.
[date and location unknown] [plus duplicate]: Budapest Wind Ensemble.
27/2/72: Carlow Youth Centre: Minnie Clancy, Werner Schurmann, The Malahide Singers, Carlow Choral Union, Karl Deeldrayers, the Dublin Orchestral Players. Accompanied by list of patrons.
20/3/[year unknown] [plus duplicate]: Bank of Ireland Arts Centre: Groupe Lacroix; part of the Bank of Ireland Mostly Modern Series.
10/12/[year unknown]: St. George's Church: Goethe Institue Choir, Musica Sacra Players and John O'Sullivan. Contains programme notes.
9/10/80: St. Ann's Church: Denise Kelly. 'Coming-Out Recital' presented by the Music Association of Ireland.
2/10/94 [plus duplicate]: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: Concorde.
2/4/62-21/7/62: Bluecoat Arts Forum Events Bulletin April-June 1962. Leaflet.
20/12/76: [location unknown]: Dublin Training Orchestra. First public concert.
16/5/82-29/8/82: St. Francis Xavier Church, The Pro-Cathedral and St. Michael's Church: Summer Organ Recitals. Events listing leaflet.
20/7/64-21/7/64: Campbell College: Summer Concert.
34/11/63 - 30/11/63 [plus duplicate]: Assembly Hall, Belfast & Marian Hall, Dublin: Combined Symphony Concert: Dublin Orchestral Players and the Studio Symphony Orchestra. Contains biographical and programme notes.
1969: Clongowes Wood College: The Musical Society of Clongowes Wood College.
12/12/76: [location unknown]: Augmented Choirs of Christ Church Leeson Park, Sally Ann Crisp, Jean Archibald, Stephen O'Shea and Roger Pickett.
30/4/43: [location unknown]: Glenageary Choral Society.
16/9/75: Gresham Hotel: The John McCormack Society of Ireland 'a tribute to John McCormack on the 30th anniversary of his death'.
3/4/82: National Gallery: Dublin Baroque Players. Contains programme notes.
20/3/86: The Mount Temple Hall: Brian McNamara and Gillian Smith.
25/11/95: Great Hall, Royal Hospital, Kilmainham: Dublin Orchestral Players. Contains programme notes.
14/7/65-15/7/65: Campbell College: Summer School.
22/3/65-28/3/65: Amharclann Ríoga, Portlairge: Feile Na Scoileanna.
8/12/91 [plus duplicate]: Summerhill House Hotel, Enniskerry: Dublin Orchestras for Young Players Intermediate Orchestra and Greystones Youth Orchestra. Christmas Concert.
24/3/66: Abbey Lecture Hall: Grainne Yeats.
23/5/91: St. Mary's, Howth: 'A Musical Evening in May'.
1/4/65 [plus duplicate]: Grafton Cinema: 'April Fools Concert'.
11/2/[year unknown]-16/2/[year unknown]: Philadelphia String Quartet musical recitals.
20/1/72: American Embassy, Dublin 4: Virginia Pleasants (harpsichord).
16/3/58: Philip's Hall, Clonskeagh: Sestetto Italiano Luca Marenzio presented by the Istituto Italiano di Cultura. First recital in Ireland.
8/1/90: Royal Hospital Kilmainham: The Harty Ensemble and Chorus. Contains programme notes.
16/2/43: Mansion House: No.1 Army Band, James Johnston and Rita Lynch.
18/6/56 [plus duplicate]: Aberdeen Hall, Gresham Hotel: Concert by the Senior Students of the Municipal School of Music.
14/10/72: St. John's Hall, Clyde Road: Chamber Music Evening.
26/1/85: S. John's Church, Sandymount: Kate Eckersley, Gail Hennessy, Rhonda Brönicke, Malcolm Proud and Susan Carolan; part of the Sandymount Irishtown & Ringsend Arts Festival 1985.
21/6/59: Theatre Royal, Dublin: The Hallé Orchestra with Our Lady's Choral Society. First performance of Mahler's Second Symphony; part of the Dublin International Festival of Music and the Arts.
1937 [plus duplicate]: [location unknown]: Vienna Mozart Boys' Choir.
[date and location unknown]: Tom Sutcliffe, Michael Chesnutt, Werner Schürmann, Don Smithers, Thoma Lisenbee, David Ledbetter, Robert Frost, Lindsay Armstrong, Janos Fürst, Betty Sullivan and David Lee.
[date and location unknown]: Patricia Dunkerley, Anthony Hughes and Vincenzo Caminiti.
14/12/54: Brook House: Carol Service wordbook.
25/11/75: [location unknown]: The Strollers: 111th Season.

Collection includes a leaflet requesting subscriptions for the Christ Church Cathedral rebuilding of the organ; an Interaid leaflet; a leaflet looking for friends and patrons for the Douglas Gunn Ensemble; leaflet for the Aravon School Orchestral Courses - Dublin Orchestras for Young Players 1989; a booklet entitled 'Comita Aestiva Posteriora Termino SS Trinitatis Habita Die Undecimo Julii MCMLXXICV'; miscellenous wordsheets; a theatrical programme; subscription invitation to the Stuttgart Edition of the Complete Works of Heinrich Schutz; music for 'The Little Sweep' by Britten for audience participation.
Uncatalogued collection; identifier will change. Check with librarian in Early Printed Books Dept.
Format
Date range of collection
1938 - 1996
Accumulation Dates
-
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Not Specific
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Trinity College Dublin, Library
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Collections Overview
The music collections are spread over three Library departments. The main collections of music literature and printed music are held in the Music Library, located in the Ussher Library. The open access collections are focussed on supporting the academic needs of students and staff of the College. They include books and periodicals on music, reference works and bibliographies (including online databases), as well as a separate collection of student lending material. Printed music on open access includes collected editions of the works of over 70 composers, anthologies, manuscript facsimiles, and other individual works and editions. The closed access collection is large and diverse, containing items received under legal deposit mainly since about 1880. Earlier printed music is held in the Department of Early Printed Books. Two special collections stand out: the Ebenezer Prout Collection, particularly strong in music and editions of the 19th century, and the Townley Hall Collection, a country house collection of the 18th and 19th centuries. The Department of Manuscripts holds all music manuscript material. The collection includes liturgical music of the 11th-18th centuries, the Ballet and Dallis lute books, the 16th-century Dublin Virginal Book, the Mercer's Hospital collection, and Irish folk music collected by Petrie, Goodman and Moeran. Several twentieth century Irish composers (Barry, Boydell, Boyle, Deale, Duff, May, Victory) are also represented.
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