Programmes relating to the career of British oboist Léon Goossens (1897-1988), from various venues within London, beginning 'Royal Hospital' to 'Z', followed by programmes from South Bank Centre. Contents: Royal Opera House: 2 programmes (1964-1979) Savoy Hotel: 1 programme (1961-1961); Scala Theatre: 1 programme (1959-1959); South-west Essex Technical College, Walthamstow: 2 programmes (1950-1955); Stationer's Hall: 2 programmes (1963-1981; Stern Hall: 1 programme (1950-1950) (Concert organized by Borough of St. Marylebone Public Libraries); St. Andrew's church, Great Ilford: 1 programme (1969-1969); St. Clement Danes, The Strand: 2 programmes (1956-1960); St. Jame's Church, Piccadilly: 1 programme (1968-1968); St. John's Smith Square: 2 programmes (1977-1977); St. Michael, Cornhill: 1 programme (1930-1930); St. Paul's Church, Covent Garden: 1 programme (1990-1990); St. Paul's School: 3 programmes (1949-1959; St. Peter, Bethnal Green: 1 programme (1978-1978); St. Vedast-alias-Foster: 4 programmes (1968-1969); Sutton high school for girls: 1 programme (1942-1942); Travellers' Club, Pall Mall: 1 programme (1973-1973); Victoria and Albert Museum: 13 programmes (1950-1969); West Norwood library services: 1 programme; Westminster Abbey: 8 programmes (1972-1992) (includes programmes for memorial services to, including Peter Pears, Frederick Ashton, Leon Goossens, Eva Turner and Geriant Evans); Westminster School: 1 programme (1933-1933); Wimbledon Town Hall: 5 programmes (1943-1957); Wilfrid Lawson Hall, Woodford Green: 1 programme (1938-1938).
South Bank Centre:
Concert Hall: 1 programme (1949-1949) (Programme from the ceremony of the 'laying of the foundation stone of the Concert Hall, 12/10/49) Queen Elizabeth Hall: 6 programmes (1967-1972) Royal Festival Hall: 25 programmes (1951-1971).
Filed alphabetically by concert venue, then by date. South Bank centre material appears at the back of the sequence, in alphabetical order by its constituent concert halls, then by date.
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