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HomeSearchGetRecordErnst Henschel collection: Berlin: Charlottenburg (1908-38)

Collection Description

Collection Title
Ernst Henschel collection: Berlin: Charlottenburg (1908-38)
Unique Identifier
Henschel
Description
A collection of handbills and programmes for performances given at the Schiller-Theater and at the Schloss, Charlottenburg between 1915 and 1938, held loosely and arranged chronologically across boxes 21 to 25 of the Ernst Henschel collection (1892–1966).

Also, programmes for concerts of the Internationale Gesellschaft für Neue Musik given on 23 March and 22 November 1932 at the Hause Fra Thea Buchthal (box 21/i).

For an introduction to this collection see Ernst Henschel collection: General. In the listings given below, the division of material is given in the form: box number/parcel number.

1. Schiller-Theatre/Sonntagskonzerte
8 March 1908 (box 5/iii).
24 January, 7 February and 7 March; 14 and 28 November and 12 December 1915: nos. 2, 3 and 5 and nos. 2, 4 and 5 (box 8/iii).
13 February and 12 March 1916: nos. 3 and 5 (box 9/i).
29 February and 12 December 1920: no. 4 and no. 5 (box 11/i).


2. Schloss Charlottenburg
3 July 1932: Orgelkonzert von Erwin Zillinger (parcel 21/i).

Box 21/ii
22, 24, 27, 28 and 30 May 1933: Berliner Kunstwochen.
28 May, 13 August and 10 September 1933: Orgelkonzert von Günther Ramin/Walter Drwenski/Alfred Sittard.
24 September 1933: Kammer-Konzert.

Box 22
15 May 1934: Musik um Johann Seb. Bach, with Walter Auler (organ/cembalo).
27 May 1934: Kammerkonzert der Hochschule für Musik, with Fritz Stein.
29 May 1934: Collegium musicum instrumentale Hermann Diener.
3 June 1934: Orgelkonzert von Günther Ramin.
20 June 1934: Orgel- u. Sonatenkonzert.
24 June 1934: Orgelkonzert, Jugendwerke Johann Sebastian Bachs, with Fritz Heitmann (organ).
4 July 1934: Fritz Heitmann (organ).
1 and 15 July, 19 August and 2 September 1934: Orgelkonzert.
10 October 1934: Orgel- und Chorkonzert.

Box 23
9 July 1935: Vortragsabend der Orgelklasse Professor Fritz Heitmann, for the Staatliche akademische Hochschule für Musik, Berlin.
5, 7, 9 and 12 May 1935: Das Orgelbüchlein von Johann Sebastian Bach.
12 June, 17 and 31 July, 7 and 25 August, and 4 and 15 September 1935: Orgel-Konzert.
29 May 1935: Unbekannte Jugendwerke Georg Friedrich Handel.

Box 24/i
27 May 1936: Musik um Johann Sebastian Bach.
14 and 24 June, 11 and 23 August, 13 and 23 September and 7 October 1936: Orgel-Konzert.
3 October 1936: Gedenkstunde zum Geburtstage der Königin Sophie Charlotte.

Box 24/ii
24-31 January 1937: Musikwoche, Staatliche Hochschule für Musikerziehung und Kirchenmusik.
23 and 30 May 1937: Das Orgelwerk des Dietrich Buxtehude, with Fritz Heitmann.
28 May 1937: Charlotte Hampe, mit dem Collegium Musicum Hermann Diener.
11 July, 25 August and 15 and 26 September: Orgel-Konzert.
17-21 November 1937: Bach-Tage (4 programmes)/Collegium Musicum Hermann Diener.
4 December 1937: Staatliche Hochschule für Musikerziehung und Kirchenmusik.

Box 25
29 May, 28 June, 10, 21 and 28 August and 11 September 1938: Orgel-Konzert.
8 June and 12 July 1938: Orgelmusik von Samuel Scheidt.
Format
Date range of collection
1908 - 1938
Accumulation Dates
-
Suggested Audience
Not Specific
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Location Details

British Library
The British Library St Pancras ,96 Euston Road London NW1 2DB
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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