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Collection Title
Harold Darke Collection, 1897-1915
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1897
The programmes of the following three concerts all appear in one brochure :
9 March 1897, Highbury Hill Chapel, Highbury Ladies' String Band, Florence Izod, Fred. Newman, George Thornton, Mrs. George Thornton, Harold Darke
10 March 1897, Highbury Hill Chapel, Mrs. W. E. Booth, W. E. Booth, Minnie Button, Louie Fenlon, Arthur Laurence, Rose Fenlon, Harold Darke
11 March 1897, Highbury Hill Chapel, Orpheus Orchestral Society, Harold Darke

1903
26 July 1903, Christ Church New Southgate, Harold E. Darke (photocopy)
31 December 1903, Salters' Hall Baptist Church, Harold Darke, Mrs. Hubert Gray, Hubert Gray, D. Beesley, V. Hugall, H. Beesley, C. Smith (photocopy)

1904
22 March 1904, Highbury Hill Baptist Church Literary Society, Highbury Hill Baptist Church, E. T. Parsons, Gershom Parkington, Harold E. Darke, Eva Knight, Merlin Davies, May Willby
19 April 1904, Ilford Congregational Church, Harold E. Darke, Mabel Hone (photocopy)
25 May 1904, Wesleyan Church Sevenoaks, Harold E. Darke, E. Darby, Phyllis Knight (photocopy)
24 July 1904, Alexandra Palace, Gertrude Booth, Jessie Wood, Henry Turnpenny, G. D. Cunningham, James Halle
5 December 1904, Stoke Newington Presbyterian Church, Harold E. Darke, Gershom Parkington, Jessie Wood

1905
23 February 1905, Royal College of Music, Vera Warwick-Evans, Oonah Sumner, Frank Bridge, Janet Macfie, Ivor James, Maud E. Wright, Harold Darke, Dorothea Kershaw, Edmund Weeks, Margarette Tout, Francis C. S. Carey, Olive Blume, Herbert Kinze, J. Wiltshire, Clara Smith
14 March 1905, Highbury Hill Baptist Church Literary Society, Highbury Hill Baptist Church, Harold E. Darke, Ethel Howe, E. T. Parsons, W. H. Cooper, Elsie Logsdon, Gershom Parkington, Flossie Barratt
20 November 1905, Stoke Newington Presbyterian Church, Harold E. Darke, Miriam Mauchlen

1906
12 July 1906, Royal College of Music, Arthur Beckwith, Tom Morris, Frank Bridge, Charles Warwick-Evans, Ralph Douglas, Grace de Rozario, C. Florence Nixon, Bessie Bowness, B. Merlin Davies, Beatrice Formby, Alice Cotton, Christine Bywater, Harold E. Darke, Dorothy Purser, Harold Samuel

1907
4 July 1907, Royal College of Music, Marjorie Beer, Dorothy Devin, Frank Bridge, Felix Norman Salmond, H. Muriel Robinson, Eric Gritton, Rachel Cox, Florence Jennings, Harold Darke, Geraldine Wilson, William D. Murdoch, Esther Capel-Cure, Thomas Peatfield, Herbert Kinze, Alice Cotton, Ellen Edwards
18 August 1907, Hastings Pier & Pavilion, Val Marriott, Bella Newstead, Harold E. Darke
14 November 1907, Royal College of Music, Marjorie Beer, Lorna Downing, Frank Bridge, Felix A. N. Salmond, Geraldine Wilson, George S. H. Jones, Jennie Robinson, Gladys Raymond, Evelyn M. Pickup, Herbert H. Kinze, Cedric Sharpe, Ethel Duthoit, Harold E. Darke, Marjorie Adam, Ioan Powell, Ellen Tuckfield

1908
9 April 1908, Park Presbyterian Church Choral Society, Mrs. Charles Michie, Nellie Robertson, S. V. Calder, Harry Child, Miss Harkness, Harold E. Darke, Albertha Flahey, T. Ernest Murray, John Cook
3rd June 1908, Royal College of Music, Magpie Madrigal Society, H. R. Bird
24 November 1908, Stoke Newington Presbyterian Church Literary and Debating Society, Stoke Newington Presbyterian Church, Harold E. Darke, Agnes Christa, Chas. W. Jones, Frank Howard, Douglas Grant

The programmes of the following two concerts both appear in one brochure :
8 December 1908, Aeolian Hall, Maria Yelland, Marion Scott Quartet, W. H. Harris
29 January 1909, Aeolian Hall, Folk Song Quartet, James Friskin, Marion Scott Quartet, Harold E. Darke

1909
29 January 1909, Aeolian Hall, Folk Song Quartet, James Friskin, Marion Scott Quartet, Harold E. Darke
25 February 1909, Royal College of Music, Giulietta Motto, Thomas Peatfield, Rebecca Clarke, Harold Pickett, Gladys Coppin, Ellen Edwards, Clifford Foster, John Ireland, Harold E. Darke, Edith Leitch, H. Halstead, L. H. Fitzgerald, H. P. Draper, W. H. Foote, R. Tupper, A. E. Davin, F. T. Stephens, B. J. Muskett, C. Sharpe, E. Cruft, Edward G. Toye, Constance Stockbridge, Ellen Tuckfield
6 March 1909, Presbyterian Church of England Association of North London Choirs, Park Church Highbury Lecture Hall, Charles F. Carter, A. S. Jamouneau, Evan Ortner, H. C. J. Churchill, Park Church Choir, Muswell Hill Choir, Harold E. Darke
20 March 1909, London Chamber Concert Association, Royal Palace Hotel Kensington : Victoria Rooms, Henry Fransella, E. Dubrucq, Haydn P. Draper, Oskar Borsdorf, W. H. Foote, Harold Bonarius, Dorothy Fletcher, Ida Stamm, Percy Such, J. Haydn Waud, Hannah Bryant, Harold Darke
4 June 1909, Aeolian Hall, Mr. Plunket Greene, S. Liddle, Herbert Hughes
21 July 1909, Allied Artists' Association London Salons, Royal Albert Hall, Harold E. Darke
8 October 1909, Emmanuel Church, Arthur Barlow, Harold E. Darke
15 October 1909, Sutton Subscription Concerts, Sutton Public Hall, Folk-Song Quartet, Darbishire Jones, Harold Darke
15 November 1909, Wealdstone Baptist Church Young People's Home Circle, Wealdstone Baptist Church, Harold E. Darke, Mary Fuchs, Philip Levine, Cedric Sharpe

1910
3 February 1910, Broadwood Concerts, Aeolian Hall, H. Plunket Greene, London Chamber Musicians, Hamilton Harty
11 February 1910, Thomas Dunhill Chamber Concerts, Steinway Hall, Albion Trio, Gladys Honey, Harold Rhodes, Harold Darke
27 May 1910, Aeolian Hall, Folk Song Quartet, Darbishire Jones, Louise Aumonier, Harold Darke
Prospectus of concerts & services celebrating the opening of the new organ at Emmanuel Church, West Hampstead, 13-21 October 1910
27 October 1910, Almshouse Concerts, Witham Public Hall, Folk Song Quartet, R. Purcell Jones, Harold E. Darke
1 November 1910, St. Laurence Jewry, Harold E. Darke, Clay Thomas
14 November 1910, Wealdstone Baptist Church Young People's Home Circle, Wealdstone Baptist Church, Harold E. Darke, Ruth Brandon, Chas. W. Jones
15 November 1910, Church of Saint George Bloomsbury, Harold E. Darke (photocopy)
20 November 1910, Emmanuel Church West Hampstead, Harold E. Darke (photocopy)
6 December 1910, Bechstein Hall, Geraldine Dillon, Frederick Dillon, G. O'Connor Morris
18 December 1910, Emmanuel Church West Hampstead, Harold E. Darke (photocopy)

1911
15 January 1911, Emmanuel Church West Hampstead, Harold E. Darke (photocopy)
17 January 1911, 92 Westbourne Terrace Hyde Park, Marion Scott, W. H. Harris, Clive Carey, Harold E. Darke, Ernest Farrar, Beatrice Dunn
26 January 1911, Aeolian Hall, Harold Samuel, Mr. Plunket Greene
19 February 1911, Emmanuel Church West Hampstead, Harold E. Darke (photocopy)
26 February 1911, Union Chapel P.S.A. Society, Union Chapel Islington, Harold E. Darke, Charles Jones (photocopy)
Prospectus of Thomas Dunhill Chamber Concerts at Steinway Hall, February-March 1911
3 March 1911, Thomas Dunhill Chamber Concerts, Steinway Hall, Marjorie Hayward, May Mukle, Thomas Dunhill, Clytie Hine, Harold Darke
19 March 1911, Emmanuel Church West Hampstead, Harold E. Darke (photocopy)
23 April 1911, Emmanuel Church West Hampstead, Harold E. Darke, Gordon Cooper (photocopy)
20 May 1911, Aeolian Hall, Folk Song Quartet, Winifred Hunter
21 May 1911, Emmanuel Church West Hampstead, Harold E. Darke, Chas. W. Jones (photocopy)
18 June 1911, Emmanuel Church West Hampstead, Harold E. Darke (photocopy)
16 July 1911, Emmanuel Church West Hampstead, Harold E. Darke (photocopy)
19 July 1911, Royal College of Music, Elsie Avril, Elsa Stamford, Thomas Peatfield, John Snowden, Lily Sharp, Philip Levine, Harold Darke, Evelyn Pullon, Bertha Nottingham, Eugene Goossens, Aubrey Brain, H. Arnold Smith
17 September 1911, Emmanuel Church West Hampstead, Harold E. Darke (photocopy)
21 September 1911, Emmanuel Church West Hampstead, Harold E. Darke, Marion Scott
24 October 1911, St. Laurence Jewry, Harold E. Darke, Violet Groves (photocopy)
15 November 1911, Parish Church of Paddington, Harold E. Darke, Harry Long (photocopy)
20 December 1911, St. John the Evangelist Watford, Harold E. Darke, Charles W. Jones

1912
25 January 1912, Society of Women Musicians, Queen's (Small) Hall, London String Quartet, Lucie Johnstone, Reginald Clarke, Florence Macnaughton, Margaret Champneys, Evelyn Hunter, Marjory Thring, Stella Fife, Katharine Eggar, Marie Brema, Marjorie Adam, Ethel Barns, Emile Sauret, Percy Waller, George Baker, Harold Darke, Adelina de Lara, Winifred Williamson, Pattie Hornsby, Evangeline Florence, Herbert Bedford, Liza Lehmann
18 March 1912, Baptist Church Winchmore Hill, Harold E. Darke, Kathleen Langton, William Reeve (photocopy)
26 March 1912, Maidstone Choral Union Annual Concerts, Marjorie Hallowes, Muriel Hallowes, Lloyd Chandos, Robert Charlesworth, Harold Darke, F. Wilson Parish
29 March 1912, Westminster Abbey, Bach Choir, Rhoda von Glehn, The Hon. Norah Dawnay, Gervase Elwes, J. Campbell McInnes, Bertram Mills, Sir Frederick Bridge, Harold Darke, Hugh P. Allen
1 May 1912, Barnet Wesleyan Church, Harold E. Darke, Mrs. Arthur Bompas, Phyllis Pacy, Phyllis Mason, W. W. Wall, J. Harvey Wright, J. C. W. Harris, J. Nokes (photocopy)
14 May 1912, St. Laurence Jewry, Harold E. Darke, Winifred Pare (photocopy)
15 June 1912, 92 Westbourne Terrace Hyde Park, Marion Scott, Margaret Champneys, Robert Chignell, Harold Darke
4 July 1912, Highbury Hill Baptist Church, Harold E. Darke, Paul Wright
16 July 1912, 42 Upper Brook Street, Margaret Champneys, Harold E. Darke, Giulietta Motto
5 November 1912, Almshouse Concerts, Witham Public Hall, Phyllis Lett, Walter Dennis, R. Purcell Jones, Harold E. Darke

The programmes of the following three concerts all appear in one brochure :
16 November 1912, Parish Church of Paddington, Harold E. Darke
23 November 1912, Parish Church of Paddington, Harold E. Darke
30 November 1912, Parish Church of Paddington, Harold E. Darke

19 November 1912, St. Laurence Jewry, Harold E. Darke, Florence Sutton (photocopy)

1913
14 January 1913, Botanical Gardens, Jeanette Southall, Becky Kenrick, Lally Walker, Betty Pinchard, Margaret Hope, Stansfeld Walker, Catherine Walker, Jeanne Heaton, Hilary Heaton, Mary Dixon, Hester Pincent, Molly Napier Clavering, Rosalind Saunders, Eileen Jolly, Winifred Goode, Cecilia Tangye, Rosalind Bayfield, Barbara Tangye, Phyllis Foulkes
28 June 1913, 92 Westbourne Terrace Hyde Park, Templars Quartet, Frank C. Hastwell, Harold Darke, A. Capel Dixon, Norman M. Stone
1 July 1913, St. Laurence Jewry, Harold Darke, Dorothy May Waghorn (photocopy)
5 November 1913, Almshouse Concerts, Witham Public Hall, Thomas F. Morris, Herbert Kinze, Alfred Hobday, R. Purcell Jones, May Sansom, Harold E. Darke

The programmes of the following three concerts all appear in one brochure :

15 November 1913, Parish Church of Paddington, Harold Darke
22 November 1913, Parish Church of Paddington, Harold E. Darke
29 November 1913, Parish Church of Paddington, Harold E. Darke

18 November 1913, St. Laurence Jewry, Harold E. Darke, Harold Lopresti (photocopy)

1914
31 January 1914, People's Concert Society, Northern Polytechnic Institute, Harold Darke, Jessie Grimson, Helen Smith, Westminster Singers
20 February 1914, 5 Prince of Wales Terrace, Emma Davidson, Ernest Groom, Dorothea Walwyn, Rev. Dr. Collisson, Harold Darke
24 February 1914, St. James's Church Paddington Lecture Hall, Choir of St. James's Church Paddington, A. Archibald, C. A. Hart, Harold E. Darke, W. Dicker, A. Moxham, Albert Frisby, A. Powell, E. Thompson, John H. Berry
17 March 1914, St. Laurence Jewry, Harold Darke, Walter Dennis (photocopy)
3 April 1914, Frances Mary Buss North London Collegiate School, S. French, Mrs. Manson, Harold Darke
3 April 1914, Westminster Abbey, Bach Choir, Rhoda von Glehn, Muriel Foster, Dilys Jones, John Adams, Robert Radford, W. H. Reed, J. L. Fonteyne, F. Murphy, D. S. Wood, T. R. Busby, M. Hemmingway, F. G. James, J. Solomon, Sir Frederick Bridge, Harold Darke, Dr. Hugh P. Allen

The programmes of the following two concerts both appear in one brochure :
25 April 1914, Pump Room Concerts, Bath Pump Room, Pump Room Orchestra, Frank Tapp, Topliss Green
25 April 1914, Pump Room Concerts, Bath Pump Room, Pump Room Orchestra, Frank Tapp, Topliss Green, Daisy Russell

16 June 1914, Thomas Dunhill Chamber Concerts, Steinway Hall, Grimson Quartet, Margaret Champneys, Colin Taylor, Harold Darke, Thomas Dunhill
29 June 1914, Royal Albert Hall, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Queen's Hall Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, New Symphony Orchestra, Beecham Symphony Orchestra, Royal Opera Orchestra, Sir Henry J. Wood, Landon Ronald, Thomas Beecham, Emile Cooper, Emil Mlynarski, Giorgio Polacco, Percy Pitt
17 December 1914, Royal College of Music, Bach Choir, Dr. Hugh P. Allen, Ada Forrest, Thornely Gibson, H. Plunket Greene, Harold Darke

1915
3 February 1915, Witham Public Hall, Clara Simons, Miss Hayward-Webb, Irene Constance-Lee, Ivor Warren, Harry Alexander, Harold E. Darke, F. Purcell Warren, Mrs. Harry Alexander
12 February 1915, E. R. Daymond, Harold Darke, J. Keighley Snowden
16 March 1915, Thomas Dunhill Chamber Concerts, Steinway Hall, Orchestra of Queen Alexandra's House, Thomas Dunhill, Jessie Stewart, Harold Darke, Lillian McCarthy, C. Hubert H. Parry
26 March 1915, Westminster Abbey, Bach Choir, Ada Forrest, Dilys Jones, John Adams, J. Campbell McInnes, Bertram Mills, Sir Frederick Bridge, Harold Darke, Hugh P. Allen
24 June 1915, Royal College of Music Union "At Home" concerts, Royal College of Music, Cicely Gleeson-White, George Baker, William Murdoch, "Music In War-Time" Male Voice Choir, Dr. H. Walford Davies, Harold Samuel
6 July 1915, St. Laurence Jewry, Harold E. Darke, William R. Allen (photocopy)
28 October 1915, St. Giles Cripplegate, Harold Darke (photocopy)

The programmes of the following two concerts both appear in one brochure :
13 November 1915, Parish Church of Paddington, Harold E. Darke
20 November 1915, Parish Church of Paddington, Harold E. Darke

17 November 1915, Witham Public Hall, R. Purcell Jones, Harold E. Darke, Margaret Champneys, Olive Fox, Leslie Watts
8 December 1915, Lecture Hall Paines Lane Pinner, Pinner Choral Society, Samuel Mann, Harold Darke, Mrs. Machin, E. Margaret Hooper, Mrs. Frank Price
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