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Collection Title
Queen´s Hall Concerts (1898-99)
Unique Identifier
e.1395.b. (5, 6*)
A collection of programmes and wordbooks for 2 concerts given at the Queen's Hall, London on 7 June 1898 and 7 June 1899.

7 June 1898: Mr Wilhelm Ganz’s Jubilee Concert, with Madame Adelina Patti (vocal) and Mr Wilhelm Ganz (piano), conducted by Messrs. Randegger, Kuhe, Sewell, Bendall and Wilhelm Ganz. This was a two-part, predominantly vocal concert, with occasional instrumental solos. The programme includes a wordbook, a list of the patrons and committee members for the concert, an article entitled 'Mr Wilhelm Ganz at Home', reprinted from 'The World' of 13 May 1896 and handwritten annotations regarding the performance of encores.

7 June 1899: Adela Verne’s Orchestral Concert, conducted by Sir Hubert Parry, being a two-part orchestral concert including concertante music for piano by Beethoven, Grieg and Litolff, performed by Verne (with historical and analytical notes by Edgar F. Jacques and a list of the orchestral ensemble).
Date range of collection
1898 - 1899
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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