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Collection Description

Collection Title
Rubbra Archive Box 10
Unique Identifier
Rubbra 10 (temporary)
Description
Edmund Rubbra: programmes, reviews and writings, 1962 - 1963 (Loose and in chronological order where possible [Box 10 of 17]

16/01/1962, Civic Hall, Croydon: Including Three Psalms, op. 61 with Owen Brannigan (bass) and Gerald Gover (piano)
06/02/1962, Wigmore Hall: Including Passacaglia sopra Plusieurs Regrets, op. 113 with Carl Dolmetsch (recorder) and Joseph Saxby (harpsichord)
11/02/1962: Balliol College, Oxford: Balliol College Musical Society, compositions by members of the University
17/02/1962, Memorial Hall, Bishop's Stortford: Including Three Psalms, op. 61 with Owen Brannigan (bass) and Gerald Gover (piano)
27/02/1962, [Unspecified venue] Brighouse: Brighouse Music Club, including Three Psalms, op. 61 with Owen Brannigan (bass) and Keith Swallow (piano)
28/02/1962, St Andrew-by-the-Wardrobe, London: Including Tenebrae, op. 72, First Nocturn and Lauda Sion, op. 110 with Tilford Bach Festival Choir conducted by Denys Darlow
11/02/1962: Balliol College Chapel, Oxford: Including Missa in honorem Sancti Dominici, op. 66 with the Clarendon Singers, conducted by H. Diack Johnstone
25/03/1962: The Riverside Church, New York: Including Cantata di Camera, op. 111 with the Riverside Choir conducted by Richard Weagly [2 copies]
19/05/1962, [Unspecified venue] Cork: Cork International Choral Festival concert, including Tenebrae, Third nocturn, op. 72 with Tilford Bach Festival Choir, conducted by Denys Darlow [excerpt from programme brochure]
16/06/1962, Wigmore Hall: Including Variations on a Phrygian Theme, op. 105 with Frederick Grinke (violin) and members of the New Coventry Orchestra conducted by Cyril Bell [2 copies]
19/06/1962, Holywell Music Room: Oxford University Musical Club and Union concert, including Passacaglia sopra Plusieurs regrets, op. 113 with Kenneth McLeish, (recorder) and Rubbra (piano)
06/07/1962, [Unspecified venue] Cheltenham: Cheltenham Festival concert, including Cello Sonata, op. 60 with Jacqueline du Pre (cello) and Iris du Pre (piano) [Offcut from complete programme book]
09/07/1962, [Unspecified venue] Cheltenham: Cheltenham Festival concert, A Hymn to the Virgin, op. 13, no. 2 with Jean Hammond (soprano) and Geoffrey Pratley (piano) [Offcut from complete programme book]
09/07/1962, St Paul's Cathedral: Festival of the City of London, Opening Service and Dedication, including Te Deum, op. 115 with St Pauls Cathedral Choir conducted by John Dykes Bower [2 copies]
14/07/1962, Haslemere Hall, Haslemere; 38th Haslemere Festival Reception-Concert with Carl Dolmetsch (recorder), Dolmetsch Family, Philip Todd (tenor/tabor), Joseph Saxby (harpsichord), Christopher Monk (Cornett), Louisie Carley (viol), Marie-Therese Carley (viol) and Rosalind Ward (recorder), guests received by Rubbra
18/07/1962, St Bartholomew the Great, London: Including Tenebrae, op. 72, Third Nocturn with The Elizabethan Singers conducted by Louis Halsey [2 copies]
25/07/1962, St Andrew, Holborn: Including Song of the Soul, op. 78 with London Bach Society and English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Paul Steinitz
14/10/1962, St John the Baptist, Little Missenden: Little Missenden Festival concert, including Entrez-y tous en sureté, op. 93 with Elizabethan singers conducted by Louis Halsey
26/10/1962 - 22/03/1963, [Various venues] Macnaghten Concert Programmes brochure, 1962-1963: Including Passacaglia sopra Plusieurs Regrets, op. 113 at Arts Council, London with Carl Dolmetsch (recorder) and Joseph Saxby (harpsichord) [With individual concert flyer]
01/02/1963, Guildhall School of Music and Drama: Including Symphony no. 5, op. op. 63 with First Orchestra conducred by Lawrence Leonard
06/02/1963, Wigmore Hall: Including Meditazioni sopra 'Cœurs désolés, op. 67 with Carl Dolmetsch (recorder) and Joseph Saxby (harpsichord) [Programme flyer]
01/03/1963, Cowdray Hall, London: Including Violin Sonata no. 2, op. 31 with Richard Bureau (violin) and Geoffrey Pratley (piano)
20/031963, Bishopsgate Institute: City Music Society concert, including Cello Sonata, op. 60 and Three Psalms, op. 61 with William Pleeth (cello), Owen Brannigan (bass) and Rubbra (piano)
10/04/1963, Leighton House, London: Including The Jade Mountain, op. 116 with Elisabeth Robinson (soprano) and Ann Griffiths (harp) [Programme and flyer]
10/05/1963, Capitol Theatre, Horsham: Horsham Music Circle 21st Anniversary Concert with Grace Humphery (piano) and English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Colin Davis
19/05/1963 - 26/05/1963, Salisbury Cathedral: Service Music List, including Meditation op. 79 [23/05)
29/05/1963, Mansion house, London: The MIdsummer Banquet, including music with The Aylmer Orchestra conducted by Harold Williams [Programme and table plan and guest list]
12/05/1963 - 18/05/1963, St Andrew's, Farnham: Farnham Festival programme book, inlcuding A Spring Carol Sequence, op. 120 [13/05] with Gillian Loughter (flute), Gillian Brookes (oboe), Penelope Hoy (clarinet), Sylvia Robins (clarinet) and the Choir of Farnham Girls Grammar School conducted by Rita Morey [?] [2 copies with flyer and provisional programme]
18/06/1963, Lecture Hall, Royal Academy of Music:: Including Variations on a Phrygian Theme, op. 105 with Dennis Simons (violin)
30/06/1963 - 12/07/1963 [Various venues]: Cheltenham Festival programme book, including 3 psalms, op. 61 [10/07 at Town Hall] with Maureen Lehane (contralto) and Geoffrey Parsons (piano)
14/10/1963, Salle Debussy Pleyel, Paris: Including Violin Sonata no. 2, op. 31 with Brenda Farrow (violin) and Maisie Aldridge (piano)
29/10/1963, Penrhyn Rooms, East Sheen: Barnes Music Club concert including Lauda Sion, op. 110, Cellos Sonata, op. 60, The Jade Mountain, op. 116, Tenebrae, op. 72, Third Nocturn and Pezzo Ostinato, op. 102 with Jacqueline du Pre (cello), Rubbra (piano), Elisabeth Robinson (soprano), Ann Griffiths (harp), Tilford Bach Festival Choir conducted by Denys Darlow
14/11/1963, Holy Trinity Church, Prince Consort Road, London: Including Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis, op. 65 with London Bach Group and Derek Stevens (organ) conducted by John Minchinton
16/12/1963, St James, Piccadilly: Including Infant Holy, op. 121 with The Elizabethan Singers conducted by Louis Halsey [2 copies]
Format
  • box
Date range of collection
1962-01-01 - 1963-12-31
Accumulation Dates
-
Suggested Audience
Not Specific
Associated Times
This collection is about

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.
For details of other collections held at the same location: See the location record

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