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Collection Description

Collection Title
Pamphlets Music (1848-1918)
Unique Identifier
P 935
Description
One bound volume containing concert programmes from 1848 to 1918.

29/5/48: Antient Concert Rooms: Dublin Madrigal Society; 2nd season, 4th private concert. Conductor: Mr. G.L. Geary. Performers included Mrs. Smith, Miss E. Searle, Mr. Geary, Mr. R.M. Levey. Wordbook.
15/1/49: Concert Rooms, Great Brunswick Street: Dublin Madrigal Society; 3rd season, 1st private concert. Conductor - Mr. G.L. Geary; performers included Mrs. Smith, Mr. Geary, Mr. R.M. Levey. Wordbook.
1/5/48: Dublin: Philharmonic Society of Dublin; 22nd Season, 2nd grand concert. Principal performers: Miss Dolby, Mr. Joseph Robinson, Mr. Geary. Violinist: Herr Herrman. Wordbook.
7/6/48: Dublin: Philharmonic Society of Dublin; 22nd season, 3rd grand concert. Principal performers: Miss Lucombe and Mr. Joseph Robinson. Pianoforte: Sigismund Thalberg. Wordbook.
9/6/48: Dublin: Philharmonic Society of Dublin; 22nd season, 4th grand concert. Principal performers: Miss Lucombe, Miss Poole, Mr. G.L. Geary. Pianoforte: Sigismund Thalberg. Wordbook.
26/1/48 [26/1/49]: Dublin: Philharmonic Society of Dublin; 23rd season, 1st grand concert. Principal performers: The Misses Pyne, Mr. Sims Reeves, Mr. Joseph Robinson. Pianoforte: Miss Fanny Arthur. Wordbook.
26/2/49: Dublin: Philharmonic Society; 23rd season, 2nd grand concert. Solo performers: Mademoiselle Vera, Miss Bassano, Signor N. Lablache. Pianoforte: M. Thalberg. Leader: Mr. Levey. Conductor: Mr. Bussell. Wordbook.
28/2/49: [Dublin]: Philharmonic Society; 23rd season, 3rd grand concert. Solo performers: Mademoiselle Vera, Miss Bassano, Signor N. Lablache. Pianoforte: M. Thalberg. Leader: Mr. Levey. Conductor: Mr. Bussell. Wordbook.
30/4/49: [Dublin]: Philharmonic Society; 23rd season, 4th grand concert. Principal performers: Miss A. Williams, Miss M. Williams, Signor Marras, Herr Joachim. Leader: Mr. Levey. Conductor: Mr. Bussell. Wordbook.
6/6/49: [Dublin]: Philharmonic Society; 23rd season, 5th grand concert. Principal performers: Miss Dolby, Mrs. Smith, M. Wartel, Herr Shuloff, Herr Cossmann. Leader: Mr. Levey. Conductor: Mr. Bussell. Wordbook.
25/2/67: Great Concert Room, Exhibition Palace Buildings: Philharmonic Society; 41st season, 2nd grand concert. Artists: Mademoiselle Titiens, Madlle. Baumeister, Madlle. Demeric Lablache, Mr. Santley, Mr. Tom Hohler, M. Svensden, Signor Bevignani. Wordbook.
9/12/47: Antient Concert Rooms: Antient Concerts. Wordbook, includes biographical note on Mendelssohn.
13/4/48: Antient Concert Rooms: Antient Concerts. Wordbook, includes biographical note on Mendelssohn.
1/6/48: Antient Concert Rooms: Antient Concerts. Wordbook.
23/2/49: Antient Concert Rooms: Antient Concerts. Wordbook.
19/4/49: Antient Concert Rooms: Antient Concerts. Wordbook.
31/5/49: Antient Concert Rooms: Antient Concerts. Wordbook.
14/6/49: Antient Concert Rooms: Antient Concerts; Concert in aid of the Irish Academy of Music. Wordbook.
15/1/64: Dublin: Antient Concerts. Delineates members of Committee and Officers. Principal performers: Miss Cruise, Miss Lyons, Miss Fennell, Miss Kate Williams, Mr. Keane, Mr O'Rorke and Mr. Richard Smith. Wordbook including musical examples.
17/2/48: Antient Concert Rooms: Antient Concerts. Wordbook.
4/12/90: Royal University Buildings: Dublin Musical Society; 14th season, 3rd concert. Principal artistes: Miss Edith Montgomery, Miss Fanny Emerson, Mr Henry Piercy and Mr. Plunket Greene. Full band and chorus 350 performers. Wordbook.
18/10/86-20/12/86: Royal Dublin Society: Musical Recitals Autumn Course with analytical notes [with musical examples] by Robert Stewart. Performers: Signor Esposito, M. Buziau, Mr. Griffith, Herr Lauer, Herr Rudersdorff.
23/5/45: Dublin: University Choral Society; 8th annual concert. Wordbook.
25/3/18-26/3/18: Empire Theatre: Revival of Oratorio in Dublin. Principal vocalists: Miss Jean Gibson, Miss Joan Burke, Mr. Joseph Maltby and Mr. J.C. Doyle. Includes historical notes. Wordbook.
7/11/98: Royal Dublin Society: Recitals of Classical Chamber Music Session 1898-99 with analytical notes [with musical examples] by Ebenezer Prout. Artists: Signor Papini, Mr. Delany, M. Octave Grisard, Herr Bast and Signor Esposito.
9/1/99: Royal Dublin Society: Recitals of Classical Chamber Music Session 1898-99 with analytical notes [with musical examples] by Ebenezer Prout. Artists: Signor Papini, Mr. Delany, M. Octave Grisard, Herr Bast and Signor Esposito.
23/1/99: Royal Dublin Society: Recitals of Classical Chamber Music Session 1898-99 with analytical notes [with musical examples] by Ebenezer Prout. Artists: Signor Papini, Mr. Delany, M. Octave Grisard, Herr Bast and Signor Esposito.
13/3/99: Royal Dublin Society: Recitals of Classical Chamber Music Session 1898-99 with analytical notes [with musical examples] by Ebenezer Prout. Artists: Signor Papini, Mr. Delany, M. Octave Grisard, Herr Bast and Signor Esposito.
5/7/92: University of Dublin: University of Dublin Choral Society; 'University of Dublin Tercentenary Celebrations - Tercentenary Ode' by Sir. Robert Stewart. Soloists: Mrs. Hutchinson, Mr. Barton M'Guckin, Mr David Bispham.
20/3/99: Royal Dublin Society: Recitals of Classical Chamber Music Session 1898-99 with analytical notes [with musical examples] by Ebenezer Prout and the late Robert P. Stewart. Artists: Signor Papini, Mr. Delany, M. Octave Grisard, Herr Bast and Signor Esposito.
27/3/99: Royal Dublin Society: Recitals of Classical Chamber Music Session 1898-99 with analytical notes [with musical examples] by Ebenezer Prout and the late Robert P. Stewart.
21/1/88: Queen's Gate Hall, Queen's Gate: English Goethe Society. Includes analytical notes with musical examples.
11/6/47: Dublin: University Choral Society; 10th annual concert. Programme included a cantata composed espressly for the occasion, at the suggestion of the committee, by Robert Prescott Stewart, conductor of the University Choral Society. Wordbook.
6/3/48: Dublin: University Choral Society; 'Concert for Gentlemen'. Wordbook.
5/6/92: Leinster Hall: University Choral Society; University of Dublin Tercentenary Celebrations Concert. Included analysis and words to the Tercentenary Ode composed by Stewart.
[8/4/95-11/4/95]: St. Patrick's Cathedral: Cathedral Choir. Wordbook with music, accompanied by press cutting.
15/11/98: Rotunda Hall, Dublin: Hallé Orchestra. Contains analytical notes with musical examples.
11/4/99: Round Room, Rotunda: Hallé Orchestra. Contains analytical notes with musical examples.
7/3/98: Lyric Hall, Dublin: Hallé Orchestra; 1st concert. Contains analytical notes with musical examples.
[31/3/94]: [location unknown]: [R. D'Oyly Carte's Principal Repertoire Opera Company]; Utopia. Wordbook accompanied by press cutting.
29/5/94: [location unknown]: [R. D'Oyly Carte's Principal Repertoire Opera Company]; The Pirates of Penzance + Trial by Jury. Wordbook accompanied by press cutting.
[2/6/94]: [location unknown]: [R. D'Oyly Carte's Principal Repertoire Opera Company]; HMS Pinafore. Wordbook accompanied by press cutting.
[23/9/92 & 19/4/14]: [location unknown]: [R. D'Oyly Carte's Principal Repertoire Opera Company]; Iolanthe. Wordbook accompanied by 2 press cuttings.
[24/9/92]: [location unknown]: [R. D'Oyly Carte's Principal Repertoire Opera Company]; Patience. Wordbook accompanied by press cutting.
[23/4/14]: [location unknown]: [R. D'Oyly Carte's Principal Repertoire Opera Company]; Princess Ida. Wordbook accompanied by press cutting.

Collection includes historical notes on the Chester Musical Festivals by Joseph C. Bridge.
Format
Date range of collection
1848 - 1918
Accumulation Dates
-
Suggested Audience
Not Specific

Location Details

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Collections Overview
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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Closed
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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council