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South Place Sunday Concert Society (1931)
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A programme with words for the South Place Sunday Popular Concert no.22 (45th season, chamber music), given by the South Place Sunday Concert Society at Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London on 15 March 1931.

This was a two-part concert consisting of vocal and harp solos and music for string quartet (with and without harp), given by Madame Marie Korchinska (harp) and Madame Katherine Brandt (vocal), accompanied by Miss Ethel Attwood. Also, the Griller String Quartet (Messrs Sidney Griller, Jack O’Brien, Philip Burton and Colin Hampton).

The programme is listed on the first side of a single sheet/handbill. On the reverse, there is a very brief historical note (on Mozart, String Quartet K.421), a notice of forthcoming concerts in this series (including information about performers and certain works) and advertisements for a range of other performances and musical events.
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1931 - 1931
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The British Library St Pancras ,96 Euston Road London NW1 2DB
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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council