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Collection Title
Rubbra Archive Box 1
Unique Identifier
Rubbra 1 (temporary)
Description
Edmund Rubbra: programmes, reviews and writings (mostly bound in chronological order, some loosely inserted), 1918 - 1934 [Box 1 of 16]

07/11/1918, Public Library Lecture Hall, Northampton: An Evening with Cyril Scott, with Rubbra (piano).
[1920s], Assembly Rooms, Swaffham: Including Rubbra's early violin and piano sonata and Hornpipe for piano with Cyril Dalmaine (violin) and Rubbra (piano).
08/02/1921, University College, Reading, Hall: Choral Society with Orchestra Concert conducted by Gustav Holst with Rubbra (piano).
15/06/1921 University College, Reading, Hall: Choral Society and Orchestra Concert conducted by Gustav Holst, including Rubbra's Nature's Call with Rubbra (piano) [Page 18].
22/03/1922, Royal College of Music, London: College Concert no. 708 including Rubbra (piano).
20/04/1922, Public Library Lecture Hall, Northampton: Violin and Pianoforte Recital by Bertram Ablethorpe (violin) and Edmund Rubbra with Eva Billing (Soprano), including two movements of Rubbra's early Sonata for Violin and Piano and Rosa Mundi, op.2.
11/07/1922, Royal College of Music, London: College Concert no. 716 including Rubbra's early violin and piano sonata with Kenneth Skeaping (violin) and Rubbra [Page 20].
27/06/1923, Royal College of Music, London: College Concert no. 743 including Rubbra (piano).
23/11/1923, 29 Marlborough Place, London: The Grace Thynne Quartet, including Rubbra's Pavane for string quartet [Page 19].
12/12/1923, Queen Square Hall, London: Concert of the London Contemporary Music Centre, featuring Cello Sonata by Pizzetti and including Cradle song, op. 8 no. 1 and Jesukin, op. 4 no. 2 with John Barbirolli (cello) and Ildebrando Pizzetti (piano). [Page 17].
1924, Arts League of Service: Spring tour, programme.
11/03/1925, Institut Francais, London: Song recital, including Cailleach Beann a' Bhric, arranged by Rubbra, with Margaret Duncan (soprano), Hugh Mackay (tenor), Eleanora Duncan (celtic harp) and Rubbra (piano)
13/03/1925, Royal College of Music, London: Orchestral rehearsal, including Double Fugue, op. 9 with New Queen's Hall Orchestra, conducted by Rubbra [Page 37]
22/01/1927, Morley College, London: College Concert, featuring two performances of La belle dame sans Merci op. 12, conducted by Armold Goldsborough.
05/12/1930, Masonic Hall, Northampton: Violin and piano recital prior to tour in France and Italy, including Violin Sonata no. 1, op. 11 with Antoinette Chaplin (violin) and Rubbra (piano).
15/01/1931, Grotrian Hall, London: Third Festival, Federation of Music Clubs, including 'Phantasy for Piano and string quartet' [Page 44]
08/04/1931, Sala G. B. Sammartini, Milan: Violin and piano recital including Violin Sonata no. 1, op. 11 with Antoinette Chaplin (violin) and Rubbra (piano).
09/04/1931, Sala di Teatro Sociale, Bassano del Grappa: Similar programme.
14/04/1931, British Institute, Firenze: Violin and piano recital including Violin Sonata no. 1, op. 11 with Antoinette Chaplin (violin) and Rubbra (piano). With reviews.
22/04/1931, Piazza Santa Maria, Firenze: Violin and piano recital including Violin Sonata no. 1, op. 11 with Antoinette Chaplin (violin) and Rubbra (piano).
27/04/1931, Institute Francais de Naples: Violin and piano recital including Violin Sonata no. 1, op. 11 with Antoinette Chaplin (violin) and Rubbra (piano).
12/06/1931, unknown venue, Florence: Song recital, including unidentified Scottish song arrangement by Rubbra, with Rubbra (piano)
24/06/1931, Vitamin Café, Oxford Street, London: Midsummer Festival programme of music and dance, with Rubbra (piano)
[1932 exact date and venue unknown], concert including Rubbra songs and Rhapsody, op. 18 in version for soprano and piano, with Dulcie Nutting (soprano) and Rubbra (piano) [Page 42]
17/0/2/1932, Oxford University Press, London: Concert including Phantasy for 2 violin and piano, op. 16, with Louis Godowsky (violin, Antoinette Chaplin (violin) and Rubbra (piano)
14/03/1932, Conway Hall, London: Recital, with Eileen Bingham (soprano), Antoinette Chaplin (violin), and Rubbra (piano)
23/04/1932, Palazzo Pitti, Florence: Song recital, including unidentified Scottish song arrangement by Rubbra, with Rubbra (piano)
14/06/1932, Concerts du Montparnasse, 6 bis, Rue Campagne-Premiere, Paris, Recital including Violin Sonata no. 2, op. 31, with Mona Pechenart (soprano), Antoinette Chaplin (violin), and Rubbra (piano)
19/01/1933, Rushworth Hall, Liverpool: Recital of Contemporary British composers, including Phantasy of 2 violins and piano, op. 16, and Violin Sonata no. 2, op. 31, with Antoinette Chaplin (violin), Barbara Pulvermacher (violin) and Rubbra (piano)
20/01/1933, Theater Diligentia,'s Gravenhage, Anna Pavlova memorial concert with Guarneri Quartet, Rubbra (piano) and Gerard Hengeveld (piano)
06/02/1933, YWCA Hall, Northampton: Recital including Violin Sonata no. 2, op. 31, with Antoinette Chaplin (violin) and Rubbra (piano)
22/02/1933, Queen's Hall, London: BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Henry Wood [Programme includes essay on Paul Hindemith by Rubbra]
07/03/1933, Concerts du Montparnasse, 6 bis, Rue Campagne-Premiere, Paris, Recital including Violin Sonata no. 2, op. 31, with Beryl Thurstan (soprano), Antoinette Chaplin (violin), and Rubbra (piano) [Page 64]
17/03/1933, Royal College of Music, London: Orchestral rehearsal, including Piano Concerto, op. 30 with Kathleen Long (piano) and New Symphony Hall Orchestra, conducted by Geoffrey Toye [Page 63]
22/03/1933, Queen's Hall, London: BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Henry Wood [Programme for first performance in England of Das Unauforliche by Paul Hindemith with programme note by Rubbra]
30/03/1933, Winter Distress League, 9 Chesterfield Gardens, London, Recital by Katherine Cra'ster (cello) and Rubbra (piano)
20/04/1933, British Institute, Florence, lecture by Rubbra on contemporary English music and recital including Violin Sonata no. 2, op. 31, with, Antoinette Chaplin (violin), and Rubbra (piano)
27/04/1933, British Music Society, Marylebone Centre, recital including In Dark Weather, op. 33, with Norman Stone?
03/05/1933, Institut Francais de Florence, recital including Violin Sonata no. 2, op. 31, with, Antoinette Chaplin (violin), and Rubbra (piano)
23/05/1933, Grotrian Hall, London, song recital including 3 Rubbra songs, with Beryl Thurston
08/11/1933, Queen's Hall, London: BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Adrian Boult [Programme includes first performance in England of Piano concerto no. 2 by Bela Bartok, Bartok as soloist, with programme note by Rubbra]
30/11/1933, Wigmore Hall, London, song recital including 3 Rubbra songs, with Flora Collens and Alan Richardson (piano)
Format
  • box
Date range of collection
1918-11-07 - 1934-04-00
Accumulation Dates
-
Suggested Audience
research
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Location Details

Bodleian Library, Music Library
Broad Street,Music Library Oxford OX1 3BG
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Membership fee for users outside the UK academic community; charges for photocopying and inter-library loans
Collections Overview
The collection has very strong holdings of British music and related material acquired in part by legal deposit. Many collected editions and scholarly series. Very strong periodical coverage, including major 19thC European journals. Largest collection of American song material in UK.
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Closed
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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council