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Collection Description

Collection Title
Bournville Works Music Society (1921-)
Unique Identifier
L55.06
Description
A collection of programmes by the Bournville Works Music Society at the Town Hall Birmingham, the Concert Hall, Bournville, Birmingham, the Methodist Church Hall, Station Road, Erdington

11/04/1921. Bournville Works Musical Society. A programme of music in the Girl’s Dining Room. Bournville Works Choral Society, cond. H. E. Knott.

26/03/1923. A Grand Concert, given by the Bournville Musical Society, at Birmingham Town Hall.
Artists include Dorothy Silk, soprano, Robert Parker, baritone, Harry Smith, tenor James Downes, cello, Norman Edwards, paino, with duets by Frances Jones and Gladys Dangerfield; Bournville Works Male Voice Choir, conducted by W E Leech

19/02/1938. A concert in the Concert Hall, Bournville by the Bournville Male Voice Choir cond. William Bennett.

18/10/1938. A concert in the Methodist Church Hall, Station Road, Erdington by the Bournville Works Male Voice Choir cond. William Bennett.

10/12/1938. Second annual party. Bournville Works Male Voice Choir

24/09/1941-27/09/1941. Bournville Works Music Society. The Pirates of Penzance. Musical Director. Harold V. Tatton

22/04/1942-25/014/1942. . Bournville Works Music Society. Iolanthe. Musical Director. Harold V. Tatton

25/051943-29/05/1943. Bournville Works Music Society. The Gondoliers. Musical Director. Harold V. Tatton

31/03/1943-03/04/1943. Bournville Works Music Society. Pagliacci & Cavalleria Rusticana. Musical Director. T. Henry Smith

22/10/1946-26/10/1946. Bournville Works Music Society. Gounod: Faust. Musical Director. Victor Fleming

28/05/1946-01/06/1946. Bournville Works Music Society. The Arcadians. Musical Director. Gordon Stamford

03/03/1948-06/03/1948. Bournville Works Music Society. Pagliacci, and Gundry: The Partisans. Musical Director. Victor Fleming
Format
Date range of collection
1921 -
Accumulation Dates
-
Suggested Audience
Not Specific
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Information, books, and some printed music relating to music in Birmingham
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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council