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Collection Title
Oxford Concert Programmes: Box 2 (1838-1950)
Unique Identifier
OXFO 780.7
Description
A miscellaneous collection of handbills and programmes for performances given at various Oxford venues – principally the Sheldonian Theatre and the Town Hall – between 1838 and 1950, including an extended sequence for the Oxford Subscription Concerts, 1928–49.

The box also contains a number of brochures/prospectuses, containing programmes for performances given at a number of Oxford venues (1926–50), as well as programmes with words for concerts given at the Royal Albert Hall, London on 7 May 1933 and 9 December 1950.

All items are held loosely within a single box. Programmes are recorded here with the Oxford Subscription Concerts listed first, following by programmes for each of the venues documented. Material for the Sheldonian Theatre and the Town Hall are further divided by series.

1. Oxford Subscription Concerts
2. Sheldonian Theatre concerts
- Hymn Singing
- Oxford Bach Choir and Oxford Orchestral Society.
- Other Sheldonian Theatre concerts
3. Town Hall concerts
- Berks, Bucks and Oxon Competitive Musical Festival
- City of Oxford Holidays at Home
- City of Oxford Summer Concerts
- Mayor's Christmas Carols
- Monsieur Jullien's Concerts
- Oxford Harmonic Society
- Oxford Madrigal Society
- Oxford Symphony Orchestra
- Miscellaneous Town Hall Concerts
4. Queen's College
5. New Theatre
6. Other Oxford venues
7. Festival Brochures
8. Royal Albert Hall, London


1. Oxford Subscription Concerts
A miscellaneous selection of handbills and programmes for performances given between the 8th and 29th seasons. From the 8th to the 12th seasons, all concerts listed here were held in the Town Hall. Thereafter, concerts were divided between the Town Hall and the Sheldonian Theatre, with occasional performances at the New Theatre (10 March 1937 and 23 February 1938). Unless otherwise stated below, documentation for the 8th to the 12th seasons consists of handbills (with handbill prospectuses for the 11th and 12th seasons). From the 16th season, the programmes include notes and, where appropriate, lists of the choral and orchestral ensemble.

8th season, 1927–28 (no. 6)
8 March: Oxford Orchestral Society with Marie Wilson (violin), conducted by Guy Warrack.

9th season, 1928–29 (nos. 2, 3 and 5)
22 November: Virtuoso Quartet with Charles Draper (clarinet) and Edward Robinson (cello) (with notes).
6 December: Oxford Orchestral Society with Ambrose Gauntlett (cello), conducted by Guy Warrack (with notes).
7 February: Pianoforte Recital by Artur Schnabel.

10th season, 1929–30 (nos. 2 and 4)
7 November: Sir Thomas Beecham's Orchestra, conducted by Beecham.
23 January: London Symphony Orchestra (small), conducted by Beecham (also programme with notes, including a list of the orchestral ensemble).

11th season, 1930–31 (nos. 1 and 3-5)
24 October: Busch String Quartet.
4 December: Violoncello Recital, Guilhermina Suggia.
29 January: London Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Anthony Bernard, including the first Oxford performances of Respighi, Three Botticelli Paintings and Constant Lambert, Pomona Ballet Music.
19 February: Pianoforte Recital, Ernst von Dohnanyi.

12th season 1931–32 (no. 4)
4 February: Violin and Pianoforte Recital, Joseph Szigeti and Bela Bartok.

16th season, 1935–36 (nos. 1-5)
24 October: London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Albert Coates.
14 November: Griller String Quartet with Myra Hess (piano).
28 November: London Philharmonic Orchestra, Oxford Harmonic Society and West Oxford Choral Society, conducted by Malcolm Sargent.
6 February: Violoncello Recital, Guilhermina Suggia.
20 February: Oxford Orchestral Society with W. H. Reed (violin), conducted by Reginald Jacques.

17th season, 1936–37 (nos. 2-3 and 5-6)
12 November: A Capella Singers, conducted by C. Kennedy Scott.
26 November: London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Thomas Beecham.
10 March: London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Felix Weingartner.
6 May: Boyd Neel String Orchestra, with Sydney Watson (piano) and Joy Boughton (oboe) conducted by Boyd Neel.

18th season, 1937–38 (nos. 1 and 3-6)
21 October: London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Malcolm Sargent.
22 November: London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Thomas Beecham.
20 January: Griller String Quartet (two copies).
10 February: Oxford Orchestral Society with Bernard Shore (viola), conducted by Sydney Watson.
23 February: London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Felix Weingartner.

19th season, 1938–39 (nos. 1-5)
20 October: London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Eugene Goossens.
10 November: London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Thomas Beecham.
24 November: Piano Recital, Egon Petri.
1 February: City of Birmingham Orchestra, conducted by Leslie Heward.
8 February: London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Malcolm Sargent.

20th season, 1939–40 (nos. 1-2 and 5-6)
29 October: Jacques String Orchestra with John Francis (flute), Carl Taylor (violin) and Norman Tucker (piano), conducted by Reginald Jacques.
12 November: Menges String Quartet.
18 February: London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Malcolm Sargent.
3 March: Oxford Orchestral Society with John Hunt (piano), conducted by Thomas Armstrong.

21st season, 1940–41 (nos. 1-3 and 5-6)
24 October: London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Malcolm Sargent.
7 November: Griller String Quartet.
5 December: London Philharmonic Orchestra, with Emily Boettcher (piano), conducted by Malcolm Sargent.
13 February: London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Malcolm Sargent.
6 March: Oxford Orchestral Society with Frank Merrick (piano), conducted by Thomas Armstrong.

22nd season, 1941–42 (nos. 1 and 2)
23 October: London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Henry Wood.
6 November: Griller String Quartet.

26th season, 1945–46 (nos. 4 and 5)
2 February: London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Ernest Ansermet.
14 February: Pianoforte Recital by Myra Hess.

27th season, 1946–47 (no. 7 and Extra concert)
5 March: Song Recital by Peter Pears and Benjamin Britten.
4 May: Busch String Quartet.

29th season, 1948–49 (no. 5)
10 February: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Thomas Beecham.


2. Sheldonian Theatre
- Hymn Singing
13 May 1917, 11 November 1923, 16 November 1924, 4 August 1929, 25 February 1940, 29 November 1942 and 17 March 1946: programmes with words and music for Community Hymn Singing, conducted by Hugh P. Allen (1917, 1923, 1924, 1940 and 1942), W. H. Harris (1929) and H. K. Andrews, Philip J. Taylor and Thomas Armstrong (1946). Multiple copies are held for 1923 (three) and 1940 (two).

- Oxford Bach Choir and Oxford Orchestral Society
Programmes with words for concerts conducted by Hugh Allen (1921 and 1925), W. H. Harris (1928-33) and Thomas Armstrong (1935-50), with the vocal soloists listed below.
12 June 1921: Mr Maurice Besly (additional conductor).
1/8 March [1925]: Bach, St. Matthew Passion (single document, two copies).
11 March 1928: Bach, St. John Passion (handbill only).
17 February 1929: Bach, Mass in B minor, with Elsie Suddaby, Margaret Balfour, Joan Elwes, Steuart Wilson and Keith Falkner.
8 March 1931: Bach, St. Matthew Passion (with additional handbill and a handbill detailing rehearsals).
27 November 1932: Bach Concert with Hylda Garnette, Edward Manning and Stuart Robertson.
5 March 1933: Brahms' Centenary Concert, with Dorothy Silk and Keith Falkner (handbill only).
Sunday 7 May [1935]: Isobel Baillie, Mary Jarred and Steuart Wilson.
2 February 1936: In Memoriam His Majesty King George V, with Hugh Allen (additional conductor).
27 February/6 March 1938: Bach, St. Matthew Passion (single document).
12 May 1938: Vaughan Williams Concert, with Oxford Harmonic Society, Joan Coxon, Frederick Burton and Roy Henderson (vocal) and Sydney Watson and Bernard Naylor (additional conductors).
27 November 1938: Margaret Godley, Anne Wood, George Armitage and David Franklin.
12 May 1940: Myra Verney (soprano) and Aubyn Raymar (piano) (with notes).
11 May 1941: Isobel Baillie, Hughette Vivers, Edward Manning and Arthur Cranmer.
22 and 24 May 1942: Bach, Mass in B minor, with Sophie Wyss, Anne Wood, Eric Greene and Arthur Cranmer (with list of the orchestral ensemble).
Sunday 18 February/Thursday 22 February [1945]: Bach, St. Matthew Passion, (single document).
10 March 1946: Gwen Catley and Ivor Evans.
1 December 1946: Concert of Eighteenth Century Music.
7 March 1948: Concert of Works by Hubert Parry, with George Pizzey, Elizabeth Boyd, Edward Manning and Thomas Hemsley (with notes).
28 November 1948: including the first performance of Bruce Montgomery, Christ's Birthday, conducted by the composer (with notes).
22 January 1950: Haydn, The Creation, with Janys Holm, George Chitty and David Hughes (with ticket).

- Other Sheldonian Concerts
10 March 1918: Haydn, The Creation, with Miss Ethel McLelland, Mr Charles Child and Mr Frederick Taylor (vocal), conducted by H. P. Allen (handbill).
8-10 May 1932: Three Festival Concerts devoted to the words of Joseph Haydn (poster and handbill).
2 June 1935: Oxford Symphony Concert by the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Reginald Jacques (with notes)
27 January 1946: Oxford Orchestral Society and Oxford Madrigal Society with Betty Vernon Powell (piano) and George Thewlis (baritone), conducted by Thomas Armstrong and George Thewlis (with words).
21 February 1946: Fiftieth Anniversary Commemoration Concert by the Oxford Bach Choir (with words and an introductory note, two copies).
11 May 1948: BBC Symphony Orchestra with Frederick Thurston (clarinet), conducted by Sir Adrian Boult, as part of the Oxford Festival of Music (with notes).
18 May 1949: Y.M.C.A. Mass Meeting, including a performance given by the Oxford Madrigal Society, conducted by George Thewlis (with words).


3. Town Hall
- Berks, Bucks and Oxon Competitive Musical Festival
Wednesday 23 April [1913] and 28 March 1936: handbills for performances conducted by Sydney Nicholson (1913) and Thomas F. Dunhill and Sydney Watson (1936). Also, prospectuses for both festivals (two copies for 1936).

- City of Oxford Holidays at Home (handbills)
29 July 1943: Albert Sammons (violin), accompanied by Gerald Moore.
5 August 1943: Moura Lympany (piano).
19 August 1943: Ida Haendel (violin) and Adela Kotowska (piano).
2 September 1943: Heddle Nash (vocal), Leon Goossens (oboe) and Ivor Newton (piano).
Thursday 24 August [1944]: Jacques String Orchestra, conducted by Reginald Jacques.
16 August 1945: Kathleen Ferrier (alto) and Roy Henderson (baritone), accompanied by Thomas Armstrong (with handbill prospectus for the season).

- City of Oxford Summer Concerts (handbills)
24 July 1946: Emil Telmanyi (violin).
4 September 1946: Boyd Neel Orchestra, conducted by Boyd Neel.
18 September 1946: Cyril Smith (piano).
2 October 1946: London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Richard Austin and including the first performance in England of Mozart, Symphony in C.
12 September 1947: Dennis Brain Ensemble.
26 September 1947: Jacques String Orchestra, with Ruth Pearl (violin), conducted by Reginald Jacques.

- Mayor's Christmas Carols
18 December 1932, 23 December 1934, 20 December 1936 and 18 December 1949: programmes with words and music for the Mayor of Oxford's Christmas Carols, conducted by Reginald Jacques (1932), Hugh Allen (1934) and Thomas Armstrong (1936 and 1949).
Note: a more extended run of programmes for this event is held as another part of this shelf-mark.

- Monsieur Jullien's Concerts
Programmes with words for concerts presented and conducted by Louis Jullien.
6 February 1846: First Instrumental Concert (handbill only).
4 and 5 February 1850: Grand Vocal and Orchestral Concerts, with Mademoiselle Jetty Treffz (vocal).
[7 February 1852]: Annual Grand Vocal and Orchestral Concert with Miss Cicely Nott (vocal), Signor Sivori (violin) and Signor Bottesini (double bass).
7 February 1853: Last Concert with Anna Zerr (vocal) and Herr Koenig (cornet-a-piston).

- Oxford Harmonic Society
Programmes with words and notes for concerts conductued, unless otherwise stated, by George Thewlis.
9 December 1926: conducted by Reginald Jacques (handbill only).
11 March 1945: with the Boyd Neel Orchestra.
31 October 1947: with the Oxford Madrigal Society, including the first English performance of Michel Richard de LaLande, De Profundis and the first Oxford performance of Thomas Louis da Victoria, Motet and Mass, O Quam Gloriosum'.
9 May 1948: with the Boyd Neel Orchestra.
9 December 1949: Handel, Messiah with Isobel Baillie, Joan Gray, Tom Purvis and Philip Hattey (vocal) and the Oxford Orchestral Society.

- Oxford Madrigal Society
Programmes with words for concerts conducted by George Thewlis
23 May 1940:
17 November 1940: Concert in aid of the Air Force Cadet Corps with the Oxford Chamber Orchestra and Reginald Jacques (additional conductor).
4 June 1950: with a section of the Oxford Orchestral Society (with a list of the choral ensemble).
Also held are programmes (with words and lists of the choral ensemble) for performances given by this ensemble on 10 June 1946 and 14 June 1948 (Rhodes House), 5 June 1947 (Wesley Memorial Hall, New Inn Hall Street), and 27 June 1947 and 14 June 1950 (University Church of St. Mary-the-Virgin), also conducted by George Thewlis.

- Oxford Symphony Orchestra (programmes with notes).
[no date] 1930: Nellie Palliser (vocal) and Mary Wiblin (piano), conducted by Crawford McNair.
[no date] 1930: Millicent Silver (piano) and Dennis Noble (vocal), conducted by Crawford McNair.
Sunday 1 February [1931]: Gertrude Ludlow (vocal), Elsa Griffiths (violin), Sir Hugh Allen, Percival Garratt, Margaret Maitland and Herbert Murrill (piano), conducted by Sir Richard Terry, Sir Hugh Allen and Crawford McNair.
Sunday 1 March [1931]: Maurice Hardy (cello) and Betty Baxendale (vocal), conducted by Herbert Murrill.

- Other Town Hall concerts
5 February 1846: Mr E. Marshall's Concert, conducted by Louis Jullien (handbill).
25/26 November 1852: Words of the Songs to be sung by George Buckland at his musical lectures (single document with words).
4 March 1886: Mr and Mrs German Reed's Entertainment (with notes).
17, 18 and 19 May 1897: Ward Receptions by the Mayor and Mayoress, conducted by Mr H. Willis.
22 November 1900: The Oxford Gleemen Subscribers' Concert (handbill).
Sunday 13 June [1909]: Grand Complimentary Concert to Mr Joe Wilson (with photographs and a list of the choral ensemble).
1923–24 season: Lener Quartet Tour, given as part of the International Celebrity Subscription Concerts (single document with notes).
13 March 1929: Lener Quartet (with Analytical Notes and photograph).
16 October and 15 November 1929 and 14 and 26 February 1930: International Celebrity Concerts (single document with photographs).
[no date] 1930–31: Popular Celebrity Concert given by Bratza (violin), Dushko Yovanovitch (piano) and Millicent Ward (soprano), directed by Wilfred L. Stephenson (with words)
14 January 1931: His Master's Voice Gramophone Concert.
12 February 1931: Oxford Orchestral Society with Leyland White (vocal), conducted by Reginald Jacques (handbill).
22 January 1932: Famous 'Roosters' Concert Party, presented by the Oxford City Conservative Association (handbill).
8 June 1932: Bach Concertos by Jelly d'Aranyi and Adila Fachiri (violins), conducted by Bruce Hylton Stewart (handbill).
Wednesday 4 December [1934]: Master Pianoforte Recitals no. 2, by Egon Petri (with Analytical and biographical notes).
4 June 1936: Folk-Music, Dance and Song from Oxfordshire and the Cotswolds, conducted by Reginald Jacques.
7 March 1937: West Oxford Choral Society Thirtieth Anniversary Concert, with Mabel Ritchie, Horace Allen and Charles Draper (vocal) and the Oxford Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Sir Hugh Allen and Frederick Burton (with words and list of choral ensemble).
5 May 1943: Oxford War-Time Concerts, no. 3, given by Peter Pears and Benjamin Britten (handbill).
27 February 1948: Song Recital by Kathleen Ferrier.
22 October 1950: Romantic Recital by Alfred Cortot (with Analytical Notes and photograph).
22 November 1950: Eglesfield Musical Society with April Cantelo, Monica Sinclair, Richard Lewis and Thomas Hemsley (vocal), conducted by Bernard Rose.
5 November [1950]: Piano Recital, Kathleen Long.
19 November 1950: Pianoforte Recital, Moiseiwitsch (with Historical and Descriptive Notes and a photograph).
15 December 1950: London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Adrian Boult (with notes and list).


4. Queen's College
Programmes with words for performances given by the Eglesfield Musical Society.
26 May 1899: (with lists of the choral and orchestral ensembles).
20 February 1921: Bach, St. John Passion, conducted by Maurice Besly.
26 February 1922: Handel, Dettingen Te Deum, conducted by Maurice Besly (with notes).
25 February 1923: conducted by Maurice Besly (with notes).
4 December 1923: with Herbert Heyner (vocal).
27 November 1924: conducted by Reginald Jacques.
22 February 1925: with Millicent Russell, Bertha Steventon and Frederick Burton (vocal), conducted by W. K. Stanton.
27 May 1937: conducted by Bernard Naylor
15 June 1944: John Francis and Dennis Barker, conducted by Fergus O'Connor.
21 June 1945: Isobel Baillie, Mary Jarred, Bradbridge White and William Parsons (vocal), conducted by Fergus O'Connor.


5. New Theatre
15-17 June 1911: Weber, Der Freischutz, conducted by Hugh Allen (with plot synopsis, notes, lists of choral and orchestral ensembles and signatures).
19-23 June 1928: The Clouds of Aristophanes, given by the Oxford University Dramatic Society.
31 March 1941 (commencing): London Philharmonic Orchestra, with Eileen Joyce (piano), conducted by Malcolm Sargent and Basil Cameron (handbill).
20 April 1944 and 29 June 1945: London Philharmonic Orchestra with Cyril Smith (piano), conducted by Heinz Unger (with Analytical Notes).


6. Other Oxford venues
9 January 1838, Star Assembly Room: Oxford Choral Society's Fourth Concert (handbill with words).
24 March 1870, Music Room, Holywell Street: St Clement's Choir Annual Concert.
Monday 29 September [1890] and Thursday 1 October [1891], Corn Exchange: Oxford City Bumping Races and Cricket Associations Smoking Concerts.
2 April 1925, Chapter House, Christ Church: Servants' Third Invitation Concert.
14 September 1930, St. Andrew's Church: Recital of Music by Ivy Willis, Winifred Ward and Herbert Stooke (vocal) (handbill with words).
19 May 1931, New College Chapel: Oxford Bach Choir, conducted by Dr. W. H. Harris (with words and ticket, two copies).
23 November and 14 December1931, Acotts, 124 High Street: Demonstration of Records (handbills).
25 May 1932, Keble College: Keble College Musical Society Eights' Week Concert, conducted by Joseph Cooper (with words and lists of the choral and orchestral ensemble, two copies).
3 March 1934, Carfax Assembly Rooms: Concert of Oxfordshire Folk-Music by the English Folk Dance and Song Society and the Oxford Orchestral Society, conducted by Reginald Jacques.
26 May 1934, [Lady Margaret Hall?]: A Romantic Ballet, presented by the L.M.H. Terpsichorean Society, featuring music by Mary Morwood (handbill).
26 November 1934, Taylor Institution: Schiller-Feier, presented by the Oxford University German Literary Society (with words).
2 December 1934, [Magdalen College School]: George Dyson, The Canterbury Pilgrims, given by Magdalen College School Choral Society with Isobel Baillie, Trefor Jones and Sumner Austin (vocal), conducted by Mary Wimblin (with words, notes, lists of the choral and orchestral ensembles and ticket).
2 December 1934, Exeter College Chapel: Carols (with words).
26 May 1935, Magdalen College: Singing by the Choir in the Cloisters (with words).
1 December 1935 [Magdalen College School]: Magdalen College School Choral Society with Roy Henderson (vocal), conducted by Mary Wiblin (with words and lists of the choral and orchestral ensembles).
30 November-4 December 1937, Playhouse Theatre: Purcell, Dido and Aeneas and Master Peter's Puppet Show, presented by Oxford University Opera Club and directed by Sydney Watson (with notes, including biographical notes with photographs and a list of the orchestral ensemble).
24 June 1945, Christ Church Cathedral Hall Staircase: (with words, two copies)
24 November 1945, [no venue]: Pierre Bernac (tenor) and Francis Poulenc (piano) (typed sheet).
[1948?], [no venue]: Orazio Vecchi, L'Amfiparnaso, presented by the Arts Council of Great Britain and performed by the Lanchester Marionettes.
18-20 February 1948, [no venue]: Gilbert and Sullivan, The Gondoliers, presented by the Oxford Operatic Society (with plot synopsis).
21 October 1948, St. Luke's Church, Cowley: Oxford Madrigal Society conducted by George Thewlis (with words).
Michaelmas Term 1949, [no venue]: Gluck, Iphigenia in Tauris, presented by the Oxford University Opera Club (with notes, including plot synopsis and lists of the choral and orchestral ensembles).
30 May 1950, Abbey Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, Dorchester-on-Thames: Oxford Bach Choir with Adrienne Fachiri (violin), conducted by Thomas Armstrong (with words).
Michaelmas Term 1950, [no venue]: Berlioz, Les Troyen, given by the Oxford University Opera Club, conducted by Jack Westrup (with notes, including plot synopsis and lists of the choral and orchestral ensembles).


7. Festival Brochures
Many of these documents also include words and notes and detailed lists of the performers.
2-8 May 1926: Oxford Festival of Music in commemoration of William Heather, under the general direction of Hugh Allen.
4-10 May 1930: Oxford Musical Festival. Also held is the individual programme for Folk Dancing and Folk Music given in New College Gardens on 10 May.
21-28 July 1931: Ninth Annual Festival of the International Society for Contemporary Music.
5-12 May 1935: Oxford Musical Festival, under the direction of Hugh Allen.
22 March 1947: Music Festival for Village Choirs and Instrumental Groups, chaired by Thomas Armstrong (prospectus).
9-16 May 1948: Oxford Festival of Music.
May 1950: Commemoration of Bach. Held with this are individual programme with words and notes for Church Cantatas (29 May 1950, Merton College Chapel) and Mass in B minor (21 May 1950, Sheldonian Theatre), given by the Oxford Bach Choir and Oxford Chamber Orchestra, conducted by H. K. Andrews, Thomas Armstrong and Adrian Boult.


8. Royal Albert Hall, London
7 May 1933: Concert to commemorate the Centenary of the birth of Johannes Brahms, given by the Oxford Bach Choir, Oxford Orchestral Society and Cambridge University Musical Society with Bessie Rawlins (violin) and Dorothy Silk and Keith Falkner (vocal), conducted by Cyril Rootham and Hugh Allen (with a note on Brahms).
9 December 1950: Christmas Carols for Choir, Orchestra and Audience, given by the Bach Choir and Jacques Orchestra, conducted by Reginald Jacques.
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1838 - 1950
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-
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Not Specific
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