All programmes contain a wordbook, historical and analytical notes with musical examples, lists of the Patrons and committee for the Festival and detailed information regarding the vocal and instrumental performers, including a complete list of the orchestral ensemble. Many of the programme notes are provided by Mr W.A. Morgan and some are ‘reproduced by permission of the London Philharmonic Society’.
8 October 1902: Mendelssohn, Elijah.
9 October 1902: Franck, The Beatitudes; Wagner, Overture to Die Meistersinger; A. Mackenzie, Coronation March; and vocal pieces by Purcell and Coleridge-Taylor.
10 October 1902: Rossini, Stabat Mater; Schumann, Piano Concerto in A minor; Elgar, Overture ‘Cockayne’ [sic]; and Ambroise Thomas, Scena.
11 October 1902: Gluck, Orpheus; Arthur Hervey, Two Tone Poems (composed expressly for this Festival); Tchaikovsky, Symphony No.6; and Gounod, Recit and Air.
8 October 1902: F. Cowen, Ruth; Mozart, Overture to Idomeneo; and Brahms, A Song of Destiny.
9 October 1902: Wagner, The Flying Dutchman (Acts II and III); and Beethoven, Symphony No. 3.
10 October 1902: Saint-Saens, Samson and Delilah.
11 October 1902: Berlioz, Faust.
Madame Ella Russell, Miss Maggie Davies, Miss Maggie Purvis and Madame Lillian Blauvelt; Miss Maggie Brema, Miss Maggie Lewis and Miss Ada Crossley; Mr Ben Davies, Mr John Coates, Mr Gwilym Richards and Mr A. Dunlop; and Mr Ffrangcon Davies, Mr David Hughes, Mr Ivor Foster and Mr Harry Miller (vocal); with Mr Mark Hambourg (piano).
- Morgan, W. A. -
- London Philharmonic Society -
- Cardiff Triennial Musical Festival -
- Cowen, Frederic -
- Hambourg, Mark 1879 - 1960
- Foster, Ivor -
- Hughes, David -
- Ffrangcon-Davies, David -
- Richards, Gwilym -
- Coates, John 1865 - 1941
- Davies, Ben 1858 - 1943
- Crossley, Ada -
- Brema, Marie -
- Blauvelt, Lillian -
- Purvis, Maggie -
- Davies, Maggie -
- Russell, Ella -
- Hervey, Arthur -