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Collection Description

Collection Title
Fred. E. Weatherly Collection (1901-31)
Unique Identifier
MS Mus. 115, vol. xi.
The eleventh and final volume of the papers belonging to the barrister and song-writer Frederic Edward Weatherly, K.C. (1848-1929), including programmes for four performances given at venues in England between 1901 and 1931, arranged chronologically.

[no date], [no venue]: a 2-part performance including C.H. Lloyd, Hero and Leander, the libretto written by F.E. Weatherly, performed by Miss Anna Williams and Mr [Herbert] Thorndike (wordbook).

6 July 1901, Steinway Hall, London: Mr Fred. E. Weatherly's Concert Lecture, entitled Thirty-Three Years of Song Writing, 1868-1901, given with vocal illustrations and accompanied by Mr Ernest Newton and Mr Frank Lambert.

17 January 1920, Pump Room, Bath: Weatherly Ballad Concert, given by Olive Sturgis, Lily Morgan, E.H. Head and John Buckley (vocal) with Christian Carpenter (piano) and A. H. Brinkworth (flute), accompanied by Henry J. Davis (signed programme). This programme is accompanied by newspaper cuttings/reviews from the Bath Herald and Bath Chronicle (19 January 1920).

8 October 1931, Pump Room, Bath: Weatherly Memorial Concert (announcement).
Date range of collection
1900 - 1929
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British Library, Music Collections
96 Euston Road London NW1 2DB
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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council