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Collection Title
St. James´s Hall (1901, [1905])
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c.371.g. (2.)
A collection of programmes and wordbooks for three performances given at St. James's Hall, London on 7 March and 19 April 1901 and 24 November [1905].

7 March [1901]: Mr Arthur Somervell’s concert of his own works, with Miss Agnes Nicholls, Miss Lucy Barton, Mr Plunket Greene and Mr Lawrence Rea (vocal) and Mr Leonard Borwick (piano), accompanied by Mr S. Liddle. This was a two-part concert of vocal and instrumental solos/duets, concluding with a choral work accompanied by strings, horn and piano and including the first English performance of Variations in E minor for two Pianofortes on an original theme. The programme provides a list of the choral ensemble and refers to the inclusion of members of the orchestra of the Royal College of Music.

19 April 1901: Mr Edward Iles’s Song Recital, including a collection of songs by Charles Wood, accompanied by the composer.

24 November [1905]: Mr James McInnes’ Vocal Recital, with Miss Nora Clench (violin) and Miss Gwendolyn Toms (piano), accompanied by Mr S. Liddle.
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1901 - 1905
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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