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Collection Title
Rubbra Archive Box 4
Unique Identifier
Rubbra 4 (temporary)
Description
Edmund Rubbra: programmes, reviews and writings (mostly bound in chronological order) 1942 - 1947, with some reviews and writings from 1940 - 1941 [Box 4 of 17]

28/02/1942, Balliol College, Oxford: Musical Society concert including Violin Sonata no. 2, op. 31 with Antoinette Chaplin (violin) and Rubbra (piano)
14/08/1942, Royal Albert Hall, London: Promenade Concert including Symphony no. 4, op. 53 with BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Rubbra (Symphony) and Henry Wood
10/08/1943, Royal Albert Hall, London: Promenade Concert including Sinfonia concertante, op. 38 with Rubbra (piano) and BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Adrian Boult
07/10/1943, Pittville Pump Room, Cheltenham: recital including Violin Sonata no. 2, op. 31 with Antoinette Rubbra (violin) and Rubbra (piano)
01/04/1944, Shirehall, Hereford, song and instrumental recital including Violin sonata no. 2, op. 31 with Antoinette Chaplin (piano) and Rubbra (piano), Megan Foster (soprano) and Michael Mullinar (piano)
24/04/1944, National Gallery, London: Army Classical Music Group
22/05/1944, [Unidentified military venue]: Army Classical Music Group
12/07/1944, National Gallery, London: Army Classical Music Group
16/09/1944, Canterbury Cathedral: including A hymne to God the Father
from 5 Motets, op. 37 with Fleet Street Choir conducted by T B Lawrence
24/09/1944, St Matthew, Northampton: Dedication and Patronal Festival including The Revival, op. 58 [with St Matthew's Choir?]
07/10/1944, Wigmore Hall, London: Boosey & Hawkes Concert including The Revival, op. 58 with Fleet Street Choir conducted by T B Lawrence
05/11/1944, Phillips Memorial Gallery, Washington DC, recital including Violin Sonata no. 2, op. 31 with Louise Behrend (violin) and Dorcey Smith (piano)
14/11/1944, Times Hall, New York, recital including Violin Sonata no. 2, op. 31 with Louise Behrend (violin) and Dorcey Smith (piano)
09/12/1944, Wigmore Hall, London: Boosey & Hawkes Concert including Soliloquy, op. 57 with William Pleeth (cello) and Boyd Neel String Orchestra conducted by Boyd Neel
17/01/1945, National Gallery, London: Including Soliloquy, op. 57 with William Pleeth, (cello), Myra Hess (piano) and Boyd Neel Orchestra conducted by Boyd Neel
18/01/1945, National Gallery, London: with Sam Rabin (bass), Joshua Glazier (violin), William Pleeth (cello) and Rubbra (piano)
11/02/1945, Balliol College, Oxford: Musical Society concert with Army Classical Music Group
02/06/1945, Morley College, London: "Folk songs from many lands" with Engel Lund (soprano) and Ferdinand Lauter (piano)
24/08/1945, Royal Albert Hall, London: Promenade Concert including Symphony no. 3, op. 49 with BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Adrian Boult
26/10/1945, [Unidentified venue, Venezuela] including Violin Sonata no. 2, op. 31
01/12/1945, Midland Hotel, Bradford: Bradford Music Club with Army Classical Trio
16/01/1946, Wigmore Hall, London: Including Rubbra songs with Stephen Manton (tenor), Gerald Moore, (piano) and Zorian String Quartet
19/02/1946, National Gallery, London: Including Phantasy, op.16 with Rubbra Trio and Maria Lidka (violin)
14/03/1946, St. Bartholomew the Great, London: Including The Revival, op. 58 with Choir of St Matthew's Church, Northampton conducted by Alec Wyton
24/03/1946, Town Hall, Birmingham: Including Symphony no. 3, op.49 with City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra conducted by George Weldon
20/04/1946 and onwards, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, Macbeth, including incidental music by Rubbra with Boyd Neel Orchestra conducted by Rubbra
07/05/1946, Cowdray Hall, London: Including 3 songs from Amoretti, op. 43 with The London Music Group
20/06/1946, St. Bartholomew the Great, London: Including Missa Cantuariensis, op. 59 with Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus conducted by Alan Melville
04/07/1946, Town Hall, Cheltenham: including Symphony no. 2, op. 45 [first performance of revised version] with London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Rubbra (Symphony) and Malcolm Sargent [with brochure for complete 1946 Cheltenham Festival]
20/07/1946, Canterbury Cathedral: Including Missa Cantuariensis, op. 59 with Canterbury Cathedral Choir conducted by Gerald Hocken Knight [programme and flyer]
11/09/1946, Kemble Theatre, Hereford: Including Improvisations on Virginal Pieces by Giles Farnaby, op. 50 with London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Rubbra (Improvisations) and Percy Hull
03/10/1946 to 06/03/1947, St Bartholomew the Great, London: Concert Series brochure, including String Quartet no. 1, op. 35, 3 Psalms, op. 61 and Missa Canutuariensis op. 59 with Blech String Quartet, Kathleen Ferier (contralto), Rubbra (piano), Phoebus Singers conducted by Charles Kennedy Scott
23/10/1946, St Martin School of Art; Including Amoretti, op. 43 with Gladys Marloe (soprano) and Thurston Dart (piano)
30/10/1946, Droitwich Winter Gardens: Including Violin Sonata no. 2, op. 31 with Albert Sammons (violin) and Geoffrey Tankard (piano)
11/11/1946, Cowdray Hall, London: London: Contemporary Music Centre concert including 5 Madrigals, op. 51 with BBC Singers conducted by Leslie Woodgate
13/11/1946, Wigmore Hall, London: Including String Quartet no. 1, op. 35 with Blech String Quartet
22/11/1946, Royal Albert Hall, London: St Cecilia's Day Festival concert including The Morning Watch, op. 55 with London Philharmonic Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, Alexandra Choir conducted by Adrian Boult
06/01/1947, Concert Hall, Broadcasting House, London: Including Cello Sonata, op. 60 with William Pleeth (cello) and Margaret Good (piano)
11/02/1947, St Peters, Belsize Park, London: Including Cello Sonata, op. 60 with William Pleeth (cello) and Margaret Good (piano)
20/02/1947, Pump Room, Leamington: Leamington Music Club concert including Violin Sonata no. 2, op. 31 with Antoinette Rubbra (violin) and Rubbra (piano)
05/03/1947 and 15/03/1947, Holy Trinity, Holborn, London: Including Missa Cantuariensis, op. 59 (05/03) with Pheobus Singers conducted by Charles Kennedy Scott
11/03/1947, Wigmore Hall, London: Including 4 Medieval Latin Lyrics, op. 32 with Robert Irwin (baritone) and Kathleen Merritt String Orchestra conducted by Kathleen Merritt
01/04/1947, Wigmore Hall, london: London contemporary Music Festival concert, including Cello Sonata, op. 60 with William Pleeeth (cello) and Margaret good (piano) [1 printed and 1 typed programme]
01/05/1947 -31/07/1947, St Bartholomew the Great, London: Flyer for Summer concerts, 1947 including Cello Sonata, op. 60 (22/05) with William Pleeth (cello) and Rubbra (piano)
22/05/1947 and 29/05/1947, St Bartholomew the Great, London: Including Cello Sonata, op. 60 (22/05) with William Pleeth (cello) and Rubbra
(piano)
29/0/51947, Stadtische Oper, Berlin: Including Sinfonia Concertante, op. 38 with Rubbra (piano) and Orchester der Stadtischen Oper conducted by Robert Heger
13/06/1947, Balliol College, Oxford: Concert with The Rubbra Trio
28/06/1947, Mayflower Barn, Jordans: Concert with The Rubbra Trio
Format
  • box
Date range of collection
-
Accumulation Dates
1940-06-00 - 1947-06-00
Suggested Audience
Not Specific
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Location Details

Bodleian Library, Music Library
Broad Street,Music Library Oxford OX1 3BG
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01865 277063
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01865 277182 
Visiting Information
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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Additional Collection Information

Accrual Status
Closed
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Associated Collection(s)
Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council