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Collection Description

Collection Title
Ernst Henschel collection: Berlin: Mozartsaal (1907-09)
Unique Identifier
A collection of handbills and programmes for performances given at the Mozartsaal am Nollendorfplatz 5, Berlin, between 1907 and 1909, held loosely and arranged chronologically over the fifth and sixth boxes of the Ernst Henschel collection (1892-1966).

For an introduction to this collection see Ernst Henschel collection: General.

Box 5/ii
5 and 30 January 1907: Russischen Trios.
9 March 1907: Richard Strauss, Verein für Kunst.
21 October and 18 November 1907: I. and III. Grosses Konzert, Mozart-Orchesters.

Box 5/iii
22 January 1908: II. Konzert von Bronislaw Huberman, with the Mozart-Orchester.
3 November 1908: I. Sonaten-Abend, Marteau und v. Dohnanyi.
8 December 1908: I. Abend des Marteau-Becker-Quartetts.

Box 6/i
11 February and 30 March 1909: II. and III. Sonaten-Abend, Marteau und v. Dohnanyi.
25 February and 11 March 1909: 2. and 3. Trio-Abend, Henri Marteau, Hugo Becker and Ernst von Dohnanyi.
Date range of collection
1907 - 1909
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Location Details

British Library
The British Library St Pancras ,96 Euston Road London NW1 2DB
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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council