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Collection Description

Collection Title
Liverpool Philharmonic Society/Hall (1868-1898)
Unique Identifier
R780.69 Lt43 and 44
Description
This is a collection of programmes for concerts given by the Liverpool Philharmonic Society and for concerts given by Halle at the Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool. The following programmes for for concerts given by the Liverpool Philharmonic Society:

* 11/10/1892 - Vocalists, Signorina Sofia Ravogli amd Signorina Giulia Ravogli - Conductor, Mr Charles Halle
* 8/2/1887 - Vocalist, Madame Marie Roze - Solo pianoforte, Mr Charles Halle - Conductor, Mr Charles Halle
* 25/1/1887 - Vocalist, Mrs Hutchinson - Solo violoncello, Signor Patti - Conductor, Mr Charles Halle
* 22/11/1892 - Vocalists, Mr E.C. Hedmondt, Mr R.W. Lee, Mr Lempriere Pringle - Solo pianoforte, Miss Fanny Davies - Conductor, Mr Charles Halle
* 14/2/1893 - Vocalists, Miss Palliser, Miss Jessie Moorhouse, Mr Ben Davies, Mr Andrew Black, Mr David Bispham - Conductor, Mr Charles Halle
* 21/11/1893 - Vocalist, Miss Agnes Janson - Solo violin, Lady Halle - Conductor, Mr Charles Halle - has duplicate
* 15/2/1898 - Artistes, Edward Lloyd, Carl Fuchs - Conductor, Mr Frederic H. Cowen

There are also three bound volumes of Liverpool Philharmonic Society programmes. The first is for the seasons 1875-1876 and 1876-1877, with Sir Julius Benedict as conductor, the second is for the seasons 1877-1878 and 1878-1879, with Sir Julius Benedict as conductor, and the third is for the seasons 1879-1880, with Sir Julius Benedict as conductor, and 1880-1881, with Mr Max Bruch as conductor.

The following concerts come under the title of 'Charles Halle's Concerts, held in the Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool:
* 16/11/1886 - Artistes, Madame Norman Neruda, Miss Mary Davies
* 9/12/1879 - Artistes, Senor Sarasate, Miss Orridge, Mr Charles Halle
* 25/11/1879 - Artistes, Miss Clara Samuell, Mr Charles Halle
* 11/11/1879 - Artistes, Herr Henschel, Mr Charles Halle
* 28/10/1879 - Artistes, Madame Norman Neruda, Mr Charles Hall, Madame Schuch-Proska
* 4/3/1879 - Vocalist, Herr Henschel
* 11/2/1879 - Artistes, Dr Joachim, Mr Charles Halle, Madlle. Amalia Kling
* 28/1/1879 - Artistes, Madame Norman Neruda, Signor Piatti, Mr Charles Halle, Madlle. Redeker
* 14/1/1879 - Artistes, Mrs Davison, Mr Charles Halle
* 26/11/1878 - Artistes, Madame Norman Neruda, Herr Straus, Madame Louis, Mr Charles Halle
* 29/10/1878 - Artistes, Miss Emma Thursby, Mr Charles Halle
* 5/3/1878 - Artistes, Miss Jose Sherrington, Mad'lle. Arnim, Mr Henry Guy, Herr Henschel, Mr Charles Halle, Halle's Band and Chorus
* 15/1/1878 - Artistes, Mr Barton McGuckin, Mr Charles Halle
* 27/2/1877 - Artistes, Herr Joachim, Mr Charles Halle, Miss Madeleine Roe, Halle's Unrivalled Band
* 13/11/1877 - Artistes, Mr Bridson, Madame Norman Neruda, Mr Charles Halle
* 28/11/1876 - Artistes, Madame Norman Neruda, Miss Catherine Penna, Mr Charles Halle
* 7/3/1868 - Artistes, Mdlle. Carola, Mdme. Patey-Whytock, Mr Sims Reeves

There is also a bound volume of programmes for Charles Halle's Orchestral Concerts at the Phliharmonic Hall, Liverpool, for the season 1878-1879. At the end of the volume is also contains a programme for a Classical Chamber Concert given by Halle and associates, on 1/3/1879, in the small concert room of St. George's Hall.
Format
Date range of collection
1868 - 1898
Accumulation Dates
-
Suggested Audience
Not Specific

Location Details

Henry Watson Music Library
St Peter's Square Manchester M2 5PD United Kingdom
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Collections Overview
The Henry Watson Music Library is named after Dr. Henry Watson, a renowned composer and teacher born in nearby Accrington. After his death in 1911 he bequeathed the contents of his private library to the care of Manchester City Council. Watson's original collection (some 16,700 volumes) has been supplemented by many important donations and acquisition since and has grown into one of the largest collections of music in any public library.
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Additional Collection Information

Accrual Status
open
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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council