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Collection Title
Salle Erard Concerts (1900)
Unique Identifier
e.1402.b. (2.)
A collection of programmes with words for two concerts given at the Salle Erard, London on 16 and 29 May 1900.

16 May 1900: 3 Vocal Recitals no.2, given by Miss Helen Valma (accompanied by J.B. Gridley) with John Dunn (violin), accompanied by George Clutsam.

29 May 1900: Mr Sterling Mackinlay’s Vocal and Instrumental Recitals no.2, with Miss Evangeline Florence (vocal), Herr Ludwig Lebell (cello) and Mr Edward Parlovitz (piano), accompanied by Miss Aida Blackmore and Mr A.H. Behrend. This was a concert of vocal and instrumental solos, including the first performance of songs by Bohm (‘Nachtreise’) and A.H. Behrend (‘Break, break’) and a recitation given by Miss Fay Davis. This document also includes a programme for the third recital, to be given on 12 June 1900 by Mr Sterling Mackinlay and Miss Grainger Kerr (vocal), Miss Nadia Sylva (violin), Miss Janotha (piano) and Miss Julie Opp (recitation).
Date range of collection
1900 - 1900
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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