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Collection Description

Collection Title
Glasgow: Miscellaneous Theatres (excluding larger theatres) (1843-2002)
Unique Identifier
Mus.Box.250
Description
Collection of ca. 60 programmes from miscellaneous Glasgow venues (1843-2002), organised alphabetically by theatre.

City Hall:
Programme of vocal music promoted by Teetotal Concerts, performed by Mrs Bushe, W. Locke, and J. Russell, conducted by Mr Locke (7/1/1843).
Scottish National Orchestra programme diaries (1978-79)
Scottish Chamber Orchestra programme diaries and leaflets (1983, 1985)
Leaflets from the Famous Grouse Jazz Series (1993)

Glasgow Arts Centre:
Programme diary from Glasgow International Folk Festival (1984)

Glasgow University Chapel:
University Chapel Choir, directed by Edward Garden, with William Devlin, organ scholar (1/2/86). Song texts included in programme, as well as choristers' names.
Scottish Voices, directed by Graham Hair (11/7/94). Special concert for the 1994 Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Music. Programme includes general programme notes, song texts and translations, and performer biographies.
Robert DeGaetano, piano (3/4/1985).

Henry Wood Concert Hall:
Isabel Palacios, contralto (4/4/79). Programme includes performer biographies.
Scottish Baroque Ensemble directed by Leonard Friedman (12/12/79). General programme notes are included as well biographies of some of the performers.
Scottish Early Music Consort programme diary (1979/80)
Stephanie Chase, violin with Judith Olson, pianoforte (5/3/81)
Margaret Mills, pianoforte (28/10/81)
Heidi Nitze, soprano (18/4/82)
Viktor Friedman, pianoforte (10/7/83)
Geoffrey Allan, violin (8/5/84)
Musica Nova Festival of Contemporary Music, programme diary from 1984
Lois Yopp, cello (9/4/85)
Scottish Chamber Orchestra leaflet (1992)
Scottish Opera leaflet (1994)

Merchants Hall
Leda Piano Trio (19/3/90). General programme notes and performer biographies included.
Scottish Trumpet Consort, as part of the Glasgow International Early Music Festival (9/8/94)
Venue programme diary from 1994

Mitchell Theatre
Ewan MacColl, Peggy Seeger, Dick Gaughan, Bob Blair (2/5/82?)

Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama
Programme diary (1979/80)
David Bradshaw, Cosmo Buono, pianists (7/1/83)
Hilliard Ensemble (10/8/uu)
Glasgow Grand Opera leaflet (1994)

Other miscellaneous venues performing plays, musicals, opera, dance, etc:
Botanic Gardens, Citizens Theatre, Pavilion Theatre, Tramway Theatre, Tron Theatre.
Format
Date range of collection
1843 - 2002
Accumulation Dates
-
Suggested Audience
Not Specific
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Location Details

National Library of Scotland, Music Collections
George IV Bridge Edinburgh EH1 1EW United Kingdom
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+44 (0)131 623 3700
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+44 (0)131 623 3701 
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Collections Overview
Large reference collection of printed, manuscript and audio-visual music material, including books, scores, periodicals, audio, video and multi-media formats. Legal deposit library.
For details of other collections held at the same location: See the location record

Additional Collection Information

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