The second of these folders is devoted solely to programmes for performances given at the Philharmonie (1910, 1913, 1920-28, 1968, 1984 and 1995), including an extended sequence of programmes given by the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra [Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester], conducted by Bruno Walter, on the following dates: 13 December 1913; 6 December 1920 (Josef Mann, vocal); 24 October 1921 (Maria Ivogun, vocal); 24 April 1922 (Sigrid Onegin, vocal); 18 September 1922 (Maria Olszewska and Fritz Krauss, vocal); 8 October 1923 (Artur Schnabel, piano); 8 February 1926; 22 March 1926 (Lotte Schöne, vocal) and 19 November 1928.
Where appropriate, the majority of these documents include words and those for 8 February and 22 March 1926 and 19 November 1928 also provide programme analytical notes (with musical examples).
The folder contains programmes for further performances by this ensemble given on 7 November 1910 and 26-29 October 1995 with pianists Ferruccio Busoni/Lilya Zilberstein, conducted by A. Nikisch/Claus Peter Flor: that for 1910 includes notes, musical examples and photographs. Also, programmes for concerts on 27 January 1968 (Bath Festival Orchestra with Yehudi Menuhin) and on 16 February 1984 (Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, directed by Michael Zilm, 2 copies), both of which include words, notes, biographical notes and photographs. That for 1968 also provides a list of the orchestral ensemble.
In addition to concert programmes, the box contains 2 editions of the Blätter der Philharmonie and a copy of Der Anbruch for 1921, the latter including programmes for a Busoni-Zyklus, the majority of the performances of which were held at the Philharmonie.
The remaining folders contain programmes for a number of venues, as listed below.
Kongreßhalle: 25-30 May 1965, International Piano Congress (single document).
Kongreßsaal Deutsches Museum: 14 January 1964, Bath Festival Orchestra with Yehudi Menuhin (with notes and a list of the orchestral ensemble).
Neues Konigliches Operntheater: (7 July 1911 (handbill)
Kurfürstendamm Theater [Theater am Kurfürstendamm]: Summer 1931, Deutsches Theater Kammerspiele.
Metropol Theatre: 1961–62 season
Odeon u.Parlophon: no date.
Palmengarten, Pirnaische Strasse 29: 11 April 1910 (VI Streichquartett-Abend)
Parkhaus: 6 June 1963 (Sonderkonzert, programme card).
Renaissance-Theater: [no date] 1952-53 season.
Saal Bechstein: 24 Feburary 1904, II Concert von Ossip Schnirlin (violin), directed by Eduard Behm.Bechstein Saal: 24 Feburary 1904, II Concert von Ossip Schnirlin (violin), directed by Eduard Behm.
Schauspielhaus, Grosser Saal
2 March 1914, 2 December 1985 and 21-23 October 1995: English Chamber Orchestra/Berliner Sinfonie-Orchester concert given by Arturo Tamayo and Inga Nielsen (with notes, biographical notes and photographs).
Schiller-Theater: 2 September 1952 and 11 January 1962.
10 January 1896: Concert von Eugen d'Albert with the Philharmonischen Orchester, conducted by F. Mannstaedt (mounted handbill).
[10 April 1911]: Bach, St. John Passion (wordbook).
15 December 1919: Einziger Sonaten-Abend by Arnold Rosé with Bruno Walter (handbill).
19 April 1929: Das Eröffnungs-Konzert in Europa with the Berliner Sinfonie-Orchester, directed by Lazare Saminsky (handbill).
- Zilm, Michael -
- Zilberstein, Lilya -
- Walter, Bruno -
- Tamayo, Arturo -
- Schoene, Lotte -
- Schnirlin, Ossip -
- Schnabel, Artur -
- Saminsky, Lazare -
- Rosé, Arnold -
- Radio-Sinfonie-Orchester Berlin -
- Onegin, Sigrid -
- Olszewska, Maria -
- Nikisch, Artur -
- Nielsen, Inga -
- Menuhin, Yehudi -
- Mann, Josef -
- Krauss, Fritz -
- Ivogün, Maria -
- Flor, Claus Peter -
- English Chamber Orchestra -
- Busoni, Ferruccio -
- Berliner Sinfonie-Orchester -
- Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester -
- Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra -
- Behm, Eduard -
- Bath Festival Orchestra -
- Bach, Johann Sebastian -
- Albert, Eugen d' -
- Blüthner-Saal, Berlin
- Grosses Schauspielhaus, Berlin
- Königliches Opernhaus, Berlin
- Neues Königliches Operntheater (later the Staatsoper am Platz der Republik)
- Philharmonie, Berlin
- Renaissance-Theatre, Berlin
- Schiller-Theatre, Charlottenburg
- Saale der Sing-Akademie, Berlin
- Theater am Kurfürstendamm, Berlin