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Collection Description

Collection Title
Ernst Henschel collection: Berlin: Garnison Kirche (1906-38)
Unique Identifier
Henschel
Description
A collection of handbills and programmes for performances given in the Garnison Kirche/Alte Garnison Kirche, Neue Friedrichstr. 46, Berlin between 1906 and 1938, held loosely and arranged chronologically over boxes 5 to 24 of the Ernst Henschel collection (1892–1966).

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

1. Garnison Kirche (1906–38)
8 and 15 May 1906: I. and II. Orgen-Concert von Karl Straube (box 5/i).
21 November 1906: Pfannschmidt'scher Chor (box 5/i).
8 and 11 November 1913: Zwei Orgen-Konzerte von Karl Straube (box 8/i, single document, 2 copies).
8 September 1918: Handel, Belsazar, Berliner Volks-Chor (box 10/i).
16 October 1920: Mengewein'scher Oratorien-Verein with Fritz Krüger (box 11/i).
20 November 1921: J. S. Bach, Kantaten, Oratorien-Verein (box 11/ii).
3 April 1925: Orgel-Abend, Fritz Kleiner (box 14).
27 March 1926 and 28 May 1929: Passionsmusik, Sing-Akademie zu Berlin (box 15 and box 18).
29 April 1935: Handel, Jephta, Berliner Volks-Chor (box 23).
16 March 1938: Chor der Berliner Kirchenmusikschule. The same programme was repeated on 17 March in the Klosterkirche (box 25).


2. Alte Garnison-Kirche (1919–37)
- Organ Concerts
21 May and 6 June 1919: Günther Ramin, nos. 1-2 (box 10/ii).
21 January, 23 September and 18 November 1922: Alfred Sittard/Karl Matthaei/Karl Rezik (box 12/i).
11, 12 and 14 June 1923: Alfred Sittard nos. 1-3 (box 12/ii).
13 and 20 September 1924: Günther Ramin (single document, box 13).
15 November 1924: Walter Drwenski (box 13).
29 April 1926: Heinrich Boell (box 15).
7 January, 19 April and 2 and 13 November 1928: Heinrich Boell/Günther Ramin/Helmut Walcha (November) (box 17).
21 March and 3 November 1930: William Montillet/Joseph Ahrens (box 19).
26 March 1934 and 24 October 1937: Berthold Schwarz (box 22 and box 24).

- Miscellaneous concerts
1 January 1921: Neujahrs-Konzert, Karl Thiel (box 11/ii).
6 March 1923: III. Lessing Hochschule, Collegium musicum (box 12/ii).
10 March 1923: XI. Konzert, Günther Ramin and Hugo Rüdel (box 12/ii).
6 April 1923: Franz Liszt-Abend, Kurt Rosenhauer, Allgemeiner deutscher Kongress für Kirchenmusik (box 12/ii).
2 April 1925: Deutsche Kirchenmusik, Madrigalchor der Staatlichen Akademie für Kirchen- und Schulmusik, with Carl Thiel (box 14).
19 February 1930: J.S. Bach Kantaten, Chor der Bach-Vereinigung with Wolfgang Reimann (box 19).
5 March 1934: 2. Abonnements-Konzert des Philharmonischer Chor (box 22).
30 September 1934: Thomaner-Chores zu Leipzig with Karl Straube (box 22).
5 May 1935: Johann Sebastian Bach-Feier, Kantaten-Abend with Thomaner Chor zu Leipzig und das Gewandhausorchester (box 23).
7 February 1937: Bach-Handel-Abend, Philharmonischer Chor with Günther Ramin (box 24/ii).
Format
Date range of collection
1906 - 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