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Collection Description

Collection Title
Pamphlets (1912-1967)
Unique Identifier
W/ML 1 - W/ML 409
One box of programmes, pamphlets and guidebooks on music.
Includes 52 programmes, which date largely from the 1930s.
The collection includes a mixture of programmes for male voice choirs, concerts held at the Brangwyn Hall and programmes of concerts arranged by the Swansea Chamber Music Society. Only one of these programmes, (the earliest from 1912) is currently catalogued in the Swansea University Library online catalogue.
The earliest programme is for a performance of Elgar's 'King Olaf' by the Swansea Church Choral Society in Swansea's Albert Hall. The soloists included Elizabeth Jenkins, Joseph Chatham, James Coleman and T.D. Jones

Other artists included in the collection: Swansea Orpheus Choral Society, National Orchestra of Wales, Swansea Festival Orchestra, Ifor Owen, Brangwyn Hall Orchestra, Swansea Municipal Choir, Rhiannon James, Gwladys Partridge, Trefor Jones, Ivor Newton, Swansea Singers, Swansea Symphony Orchestra, Kenneth Ellis, Nancy Ellis, Morgan Lloyd Orchestra, Swansea and District Male Voice Choir, Walter Glynne, Morgan Lloyd, Robert Easton, Watcyn Watcyns, Tom Williams, Chales Clements, Adrian Boult.

Venues include: Albert Hall, Swansea; Brangwyn Hall; Central Hall, Swansea; Patti Pavilion; Grand Theatre, Swansea; plus numerous local chapels.
Date range of collection
1912 - 1967
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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council