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HomeSearchGetRecordErnst Henschel collection: London: Church of St. Michael, Cornhill (1938-49)

Collection Description

Collection Title
Ernst Henschel collection: London: Church of St. Michael, Cornhill (1938-49)
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A collection of programmes and handbills for performances given at the Church of St. Michael, Cornhill between 1938 and 1949, held loosely and arranged chronologically across boxes 25 to 30 of the Ernst Henschel collection (1892-1966).

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

14-19 November 1938: 18th Musical Festival (prospectus) (box 25).
April 1939 : Monthly Paper of services (box 26).
22 May 1939: St. Michael's Singers, with Dr Harold Darke (organ), given as part of the London Music Festival (box 26).
27 September 1943: Organ Recital, Harold Darke (box 27/i).
10 and 11 November 1948: Parry Centenary Festival (single document) (box 30/i).
16 March 1949: St. Michael's Singers, conducted by Harold Darke (box 30/ii).
18 May 1949: Zurich Motet-Choir (box 30/ii).
Date range of collection
1938 - 1949
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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