This site is designed so that its contents are accessible to every type of browser. You browser, however, may not support basic Web standards, preventing the display of our site's design details. You are encouraged to upgrade to a more standards compliant browser.

Search: Advanced Search
HomeSearchGetRecordBoydell Collection: Guildhall Cambridge and Others (1935-1995)

Collection Description

Collection Title
Boydell Collection: Guildhall Cambridge and Others (1935-1995)
Unique Identifier
Boydell Programmes Box 1
Description
One folder of miscellaneous programmes collected by Dr Brian Boydell relating to concerts in Cambridge from 1935 to 1995.

14/3/37: Queen's Hall: Bach Choir; 61st season, 162nd concert. Wordbook containing programme notes.
5/9/37-10/9/37: Cathedral & Shire Hall, Gloucester: Three Choirs Festival Gloucester Music Meeting. Festival programme booklet. Accompanied by flyer denoting rehersal times.
18/11/45: Wigmore Hall: Pierre Sancan and R. Gallois-Montbrun.
14/10/36: Queen's Hall: Adolf Busch, Rudolf Serkin, Karl Doktor, Hermann Busch with Aubrey Brain [opposite side:] 26/10/[36]-2/11/[36]: Queen's Hall: Adolf Busch with the Busch Quartet and Rudolf Serkin. Flyer.
28/3/39 [plus duplicate]: Queen Mary Hall, Great Russell St.: Informal Chamber Orchestra.
[date and location unknown]: The Sixteen Choir and Orchestra with Nancy Argenta, Alison Browner, Adrian Thompson and Michael George presented by BBC Scotland. Wordbook.
12/2/[66]-13/2/[66] [plus duplicate]: Belfast & Dublin: Edinburgh University Musical Society Orchesta with Kathleen Jones and Jan Schlapp. Accompanied by list of orchestral members.
5/4/[year unknown]: Wigmore Hall: Grinke Trio. Poster.
10/9/37: Shire Hall: Myra Hess, Jean Pougnet, Thelmas Reiss and the New English Singers; Three Choirs Festival Gloucester Music Meeting Chamber Concert.
5/9/[37]-10/9/[37]: Gloucester Cathedral: Three Choirs' Festival; 'Cathedral Services'.
13/11/79: Institute of Technology College of Music: Peter Sweeney.
18/11/53 [plus duplicate]: Royal Opera House Covent Garden: Covent Garden Opera Chorus and Covent Garden Orchestra; 255th performance of Carmen in the Royal Opera House.
20/11/53: Royal Opera House Covent Garden: Covent Garden Opera Chorus and the Covent Garden Orchestra; 28th performance of Peter Grimes at the Royal Opera House.
19/10/53-21/11/53: Royal Opera House Covent Garden: Covent Garden Opera. Leaflet of events listings.
6/1/64: Royal Opera House Covent Garden: The Covent Garden Opera Chorus, Covent Garden Orchestra; 7th performance of Katerina Ismailova at the Royal Opera House.
20/10/[year unknown]: [location unknown, Cambridge]: Roth Quartet presented by the Informal Music Club.
4/9/38-9/9/38: Cathedral, College Hall & Gaumont Theatre: Three Choirs Festival Worcester Music Meeting. Festival programme booklet.
28/10/95 [plus duplicate]: Crucible Studio Theatre Sheffield: The Lindsays.
9/11/63: Chelmsford County High School Assembly Hall: Essex Symphony Orchestra with Gervase De Peyer.
14/10/[year unknown]: Queen's Hall: Elisabeth Schumann with George Reeves. Poster.
6/2/36 [plus 2 duplicates]: Peterborough Cathedral: Cambridge University Madrigal Society. Wordbook.
4/10/38: Aeolian Hall: Jean Stewart and Bruce Boyce with Gerald Moore. Wordbook.
14/2/[38/39]: Aeolian Hall: Sophie Wyss, the Blech String Quartet and Adolph Hallis; Adolph Hallis Chamber Music Concerts. Wordbook.
14/3/[38/39]: Aeolian Hall: Steuart Wilson, the London Symphony Orchestra with Adolph Hallis; Adolph Hallis Chamber Music Concerts. Wordbook.
11/3/[year unknown]: Oakhurst: Miss P. Wright, Mr. B. Boydell, Miss P. Brand and Mr. M. Pcttitt presented by the Orley Farm Musical Club.
30/3/36-31/3/36: [Queen's Hall]: London Philharmonic Orchestra Courtauld-Sargent Concerts (7th Series) presented by the Concert Club. Contains programme notes with musical examples.
3/2/39: Aeolian Hall: Margaret Paterson Orchestra with Leon Goossens and William Parsons. Poster.
14/12/37: Aberdeen Hall, Gresham Hotel: Bruce Flett, marie Lillis Condron and HP Doherty presented by the Musical Art Society. Contains programme notes.
25/3/89: Royal Hospital Kilmainham: Dublin Orchestral Players with Danusia Oslizlok. Contains programme notes.
29/3/36: Speech Room: [performers unknown]. Wordbook.
18/3/[year unknown]: Queen's Hall: BBC Chorus and BBC Symphony Orchestra. First performance in England of the Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk.
13/12/[year unknown]: Queen's Hall: New Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra with Aleksandr Helman. Contains programme notes.
20/5/36: Queen's Hall: Bach Choir with the Lonodn Symphony Orchestra; 'Diamond Jubilee Concert'. Poster.
10/4/[year unknown]: Queen's Hall: Philharmonic Choir, Choristers from the London College for Choristers and the BBC Symphony Orchestra. Poster.
12/10/36-6/4/37: Queen's Hall: London Philharmonic Orchestra; Courtauld-Sargent Concerts presented by the Concert Club 'preliminary arrangements'.
19/10/38-8/3/39: Queen's Hall: BBC Symphony Orchestra. Leaflet for season 1938-1939.
17/11/45: Royal Albert Hall: London Philharmonic Orchestra presented by the Royal Philharmonic Society. Contains programme notes.
30/10/36: Queen's Hall: Adolf Busch. Leaflet
2/11/[year unknown]: Queen's Hall: Adolf Busch with the Busch Quartet and Rudolf Serkin. Leaflet.
17/11/[year unknown]: Royal Festival Hall: Joan Cross, Arda Mandikian, Peter Pears and the English Opera Group ensemble with the English Opera Group. Wordbook with programme notes.
7/11/51: Royal Festival Hall: London Symphony Orchestra with Edmund Kurtz. Contains programme notes with musical example.
29/6/37: College of St. Columba: College Musical Society.
13/6/[year unknown]: University of Bristol: Kate Smith, Judith Kimber and Jeremy Turner.
13/6/[year unknown]: University of Bristol: Stephen Goss.
1/11/53-30/11/53: Royal Festival Hall: November Concerts, leaflet of events listings.
2/3/[year unknown]: Cecil Sharp House: The Cambridge Madrigal Choir.
1/11/51-7/12/51: London Orchestral Concerts. Leaflet of events listings.
13/10/[year unknown]-30/3/[year unknown]: Birmingham Town Hall: City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; 'A series of Seven Tuesday Celebrity Concerts'.
10/3/45: Students' Musical Union: Gránia O'Hegarty, Violet Burne, Denis Belton, Brian Boydell.
2/11/35: Royal Albert Hall: London Philharmonic Orchestra with Olga Haley, Francis Russell, Ronald Stear, Roy Henderson. Wordbook.
29/9/[year unknown]: Wigmore Hall: James Ching. Flyer.
8/11/45-13/12/45: Great Hall, Friends House, Euston Road: Jacques String Orchestra; 'Series of Four Evening Concerts'.
11/11/45: Stoll Theatre, Kingsway: Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire de Paris presented by the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Contains programme notes.
10/3/37: New Theatre, Oxford: London Philharmonic Orchestra; 'Oxford Subscription Concerts - 17th season, 5th concert'. Contains programme notes.
23/1/[year unknown]: CU Music School, Downing Place: CM Musical Club. Flyer.
8/11/52-10/11/52: Scala Theatre: The Kalmar Orchestra presented by the London Opera Club.
2/11/35: Central Hall, Westminster: London Philharmonic Orchestra and the Cambridge University Madrigal Society; 'Concerts for Children (13th season)'. Wordbook.
19/11/38: Central Hall, Westminster: Cambridge Universtiy Madrigal Society and Boyd Neel String Orchestra; 'Concerts for Children (13th season)'. Wordbook.


Collection includes sports programme; miscellaneous sheet music; programmes for a play; theatre programmes; a press leaflet for the English Consort of Viols and Violins; a press leaflet for Frederick Fuller; typewritten review; 2 wordsheets for Schubert's 'The Maid of the Mill' published by Oxford Unversity Press,
Uncatalogued collection; identifier will change. Check with librarian in Early Printed Books Dept.
Format
Date range of collection
1935 - 1995
Accumulation Dates
-
Suggested Audience
Not Specific
Associated People or Organisations
Viewing the collection
This is an uncatalogued collection which is currently not generally available to readers. Access can be arranged, but only Mon. – Fri. 10am – 5pm and with advance notice.

Location Details

Trinity College Dublin, Library
College Street Dublin Dublin 2
Open Map
Telephone
+353 1 896 1661
Fax
+353 1 608 3774
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.
For details of other collections held at the same location: See the location record

Additional Collection Information

Accrual Status
Open
Related Publications
Management Information (Type)
Collection Owner(s)
Collection Creator(s)
Collection Collector(s)
Collection Custodians(s)
Associated Collection(s)
Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council