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Collection Description

Collection Title
Boydell Collection: Miscellaneous programmes (1956-1985)
Unique Identifier
Boydell Programmes Box 3
One collection loose miscellaneous programmes collected by Dr Brian Boydell from 13/12/56-13/7/85.

[date and location unknown]: The University of Texas Chamber Singers.
13/11/71: St. Mary's Oratory Maynooth: Gerard Gillen and the Choir of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Maynooth. Blessing and dedication of the Léon Rittweger Memorial Organ.
[date and location unknown]: Annette Mallin with Kitty O'Callaghan.
[date and location unknown]: La Chambre du Roy: Nancy Possman, Fumiko Matsui and Malcolm Proud.
7/4/[year unknown]: RHA Gallery: Sean Moore, Michael McGlynn, Ann Hoban, Andrew Malcolm and Deirdre Gribben. 'Accents' Contemporary Music Festival presented by the Association of Irish Composers. Accompanied by biographical and programme notes and words.
15/12/96: Sacred Heart Residence, Sybil Hill, Killester: North Dublin Suzuki Group and Young Dublin Symphonia.
13/12/56: Brook House. Carol service wordbook.
13/7/85: Castletown.
6/7/57: St. Columba's College: St. Columba's College Orchestra and Choir.
[date and location unknown]: Venetia O'Sullivan and Gillian Smith.
21/5/88: Pillar Room, Rotunda Hospital: Dublin Orchestral Players. Contains programme notes.
[date and location unknown]: Les Nations: Rachel Brown, Pauline Nobes, Ann Wride and David Ledbetter.
2/7/98: National Concert Hall: Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra. Contains biographical and programme notes and an essay on Mozart by HC Robbins Landon.
22/3/72: National Gallery of Ireland: Melos Quartett Stuttgart presented by the Goethe Institute. Contains biographical and programme notes.
21/7/98 & 23/7/98: St. Mary's Cathedral, Limerick & IMMA Kilmainham: The Takács String Qyartet. Contains biographical and programme notes.
18/10/66: National Gallery of Ireland: RTÉ String Quartet. Contains programme notes.
4/10/87: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery: 'Sundays at Noon' Niall O'Loughlin and Pádhraic O Cuinneagáin. Contains biographical notes.
3/7/69: Alte Universität Theatersaal: Wettbewerb um den Kammermusik-preis der Hauser-Stiftung SS 1969.
5/5/71: Exhibition Hall, New Library: 'Concert of Ancient Greek Music and Comedy' presented by the Dublin University Classical Society and the Dublin University Arts Society and Photographic Society.
9/10/66: 'Musical Afternoon': Geraldine O'Grady, Sheila O'Grady, Moya O'Grady, Eily O'Grady, Bernadette Greevy, Colman Pearce.
4/4/98: [location unknown]: Caitríona Yeats presented by Cáirde na Cruite. Contains biographical notes.
19/5/71: Christ Church, Rathgar: Jennifer Robinson, John O'Sullivan, Andrew Robinson and Joseph Groocock. Contains programme notes.
[date and location unknown]: Anne Mallin with Kitty O'Callaghan.
8/2/66: American Embassy: Radio Eireann Symphony Orchestra Group. Invitation.
[date and location unknown]: Nigel Leeson Williams.
16/12/90: [location unknown]: Children's Carol Service: Sandford National School Children. Wordbook.
[date and location unknown, American Embassy?]: The Vassar Madrigal Singers.
27/6/66: St. Finian's Church, 23 Adelaide Road: Cait Lanigan, Grainne Yeats, June Croker, Richard Cooper, Tomás O Suillebáin, Brian Boydell, Betty O'Sullivan, John O'Sullivan presented by the International Heinrich Schütz Society - Irish Branch.
22/4/45: Aberdeen Hall, Gresham Hotel: The Dublin String Orchestra with Kitty O'Callaghan, Robert McCullagh, Thomas McCurtin and Henry Wood. Contains wordbook and programme notes.
10/5/76 [plus duplicate]: Monkstown Parish Church: The Testore Quartet.
21/9/85: St. Stephen's Church, Mount Street Crescent: The Douglas Gunn Ensemble.
21/9/95-22/9/95: Royal Hospital, Donnybrook & Jean Monnet Theatre, University of Limerick: The Skampa Quartet of Prague. Contains biographical and programme notes.
8/9/76 [plus duplicate]: St. Michael's Church, Dun Laoghaire: Doseph Groocock, Anne Cant and David Lane.
25/10/63: St. Francis Xavier Hall: St. James's Gate Choral Society, Barbara Elsy, Richard Cooper, Angela Carroll, William Young.
10/12/63: [location unknown]: Marilyn Horne.
20/9/67 [plus duplicate]: St. George's Church, Hardwicke Crescent: Swanton, FCJ.
[date and location unknown]: 'A Concert of Baroque Music': Tom Sutcliffe, Michael Chesnutt, Werner Schürmann, Don Smithers, Thomas Lisenbee, David Ledbetter, Robert Frost, Lindsay Armstrong, Janos Fürst, Betty Sullivan, David Lee.
[date and location unknown]: Choir of the Holy Child School, Killiney and Choir of St. Columba's College, Rathfarnham. Wordbook.
23/4/98-28/4/98: National Concert Hall; University Concert Hall, Limerick; City Hall, Waterford: Vladimir Ovchinnikov 1987 First Prize Leeds International Piano Competition. Contains biographical and programme notes.
13/12/92: [location unknown]: Children's Carol Service: Sandford National School Children. Wordbook.
11/12/88 [location unknown]:Children's Carol Service: Sandford National School Children. Wordbook.
21/5/76: Monkstown Parish Church: The Arusha Singers.
[date and location unknown: 'The Music of John Gibson and Tom Cullivan': John Gibson, Una Hunt and Yvonne Egan. Contains biographical and programme notes and words.
1/4/[year unknown]: St. Mary's Cathedral: Cantique. Wordbook.
19/2/94 [plus duplicate]: Royal Irish Academy of Music Organ Room: Rhona Marshall.
21/3/65: Sutton Park School.
9/11/97: Irish Museum of Modern Art: Cantique. Wordbook.
29/10/72: Christ Church Cathedral: Heinrich Schütz tercentenary Commemoration Concert presented by the Goethe Institute and the Irish Section of the International Heinrich Schütz Society. Contains biographical and programme notes and words.
27/10/85: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: 'Sunday At Noon': the Eric Sweeney Singers. Wordbook.
7/11/85: St. Ann's Church: William Watson, Minnie Clancy, June Croker, Richard Cooper, Tim Thurston, Andrew Robinson, Choir of the Goethe Institute presented by the International Heinrich Schütz Society. Contains biographical and programme notes.
20/3/[year unknown] [plus duplicate]: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: Ellen Cranitch, Michael Seaver, Moya O'Grady and Denise Kelly; part of Harp Plus series. Contains biographical notes.
5/4/59: CYMS Hall, Portarlington: Dublin Orchestral Players presented by the Portarlington Arts Group. Contains programme notes.
31/10/55: Metropolitan Hall, Lower Abbey Street: London String Quartet; Ceol Chumann na nÓg.

Collection includes miscellaneous wordsheets; the Music Association of Ireland Ltd.'s reports from Corporate Member Societies; an invitation to the opening of the exhibition on Irish Art in the 19th Century by Dr. Mícháel MacLiammóir; information on the Chamber Music Weekend in Termonfeckin from 26/9/58-28/9/58; a programme from the art exhibition in London entitle 'Gainsborough and his Musical Friends'; correspondence; press release; leaflet advertising events in the Walker Gallery as part of the Dun Laoghaire Summer Festival 1976; miscellaneous programmes with no details of where, when or whom; miscellaneous programme notes; Anna Livia (103fm)'s programme schedule.
Uncatalogued collection; identifier will change. Check with librarian in Early Printed Books Dept.
Date range of collection
1956 - 1985
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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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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council