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Collection Title
Rubbra Archive Box 11
Unique Identifier
Rubbra 11 (temporary)
Description
Edmund Rubbra: programmes, reviews and writings, 1964 - 1966 (Loose and in chronological order where possible [Box 11 of 17]

17/01/1964, Great Drawing Room, Arts Council of Great Britain: Macnaghten Concert, including The Jade Mountain, op. 116 with Elisabeth Robinson (soprano) and Ann Griffiths (harp) [Flyer and programme]
22/01/1964, Royal Festival Hall: BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Malcolm Sargent
12/02/1964, Wigmore Hall: Including Fantasia on a theme of Machaut, op. 86 with Carl Dolmetsch (recorder), David Martin (violin), David Stone (violin), Eileen Grainger (viola), Bernard Richards (cello) and Joseph Saxby (harpsichord)
21/04/1964 - 16/06/1964, Methodist Central Hall, Slough: Oxford University extension lecture programme, Composers and their Music including Rubbra 16/06/1964
01/05/1964, Duke's Hall, Royal Academy of Music: Music by Cyril Scott with Trevor Williams (violin), Beryl Woods (piano), Rubbra (piano), John Ogdon (piano), Peter Pears (tenor) and Alberni String Quartet
26/05/1964, Holywell Music Room: Society for the promotion of New Music, including Cello Sonata, op. 60 with Rohan de Saram (cello) and Edmund Rubbra (piano)
07/06/1964, Victoria and Albert Museum: Including Pentecostal Hymn, op. 123 and Lauda Sion, op. 110 with Tilford Bach Festival Choir conducted by Denys Darlow
21/06/1964, Dorchester Abbey: Including Adagio and Fugue for Harpsichord (op. 104?), Pentecostal Hymn, op. 123, Missa in honorem Sancti Dominici, op. 66 and Lauda Sion, op. 110 with Michael Thomas (harpsichord) and Tilford Bach Festival Choir conducted by Denys Darlow
25/06/1964, Worcester College, Oxford: Gaudy in commemoration of the 250th Anniversary of the Incorporation of the College, including It fell on a Summer's day [Madrigal, op. 51, no. 4] in concert and And when the Builders, op. 125 at Evensong
26/06/1964 - 28/0/61964, Stour Music [Festival] 1964, including lecture by Rubbra and Boughton Aluph Church and concert, 27/0/6/1964 [See next entry] [2 copies]
27/06/1964, Ss. Gregory and Martin, Wye, Stour Festival concert, including Salve Regina, op. 119 with Alfred Deller (countertenor) and Walter Bergmann (harpsichord)
02/07/1964, University of Liverpool: My Recent Work, lecture by Rubbra
05/07/1964 - 17/05/1964: Cheltenham Festival 1964 programme, including String Quartet no. 3, op. 112 at Town Hall with Allegri String Quartet, 16/07/1964
09/10/1964, Guildhall School of Music and Drama: Including String Quartet no. 3, op. 112 with Allegri String Quartet
10/10/1964, Civic College, Ipswich: Ipswich Chamber Music Society, including String Quartet no. 3, op. 112 with Allegri String Quartet
29/11/1964, Balliol College, Oxford:Balliol College Musical Society, including Fantasia on a theme of Machaut, op. 86, with William Benham (violin), Hugh Davies (violin), Oliver Phillipson (viola) Dietrich Bethge (celllo), Richard McNicol (recorder) and Robert Bottone (harspsichord)
05/12/1964, Bury St. Edmunds Cathedral: Including Song of the Soul, op. 78 with St Edmundsbury Bach Choir conducted by Harrison Oxley
25/01/1965 - 27/03/1965, University of Oxford, Institute of Education brochure: Courses for Teachers, Hilary Term, 1965, including lecture by Rubbra, 04/03/1965, at the Institute
29/01/1965, Wigmore Hall; Including Introduction, Aria and Fugue, op. 104 and String Quartet no. 3, op. 112 with Michael Thomas (harpsichord) and Allegri String Quartet
03/02/1965, Wigmore Hall: Including Sonatina, op. 128 for recorder and harpsichord with Carl Dolmetsch (recorder) and Joseph Saxby (harpsichord)
03/02/1965, Royal Albert Hall: Including Summer's Last Will and Testament by Constant Lambert with Raimund Herincx (baritone) and BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Malcolm Sargent
13/02/1965, King's Hall, University of Newcastle: Including Sonatina, op. 128 for recorder and harpsichord and Bonny Mary O!, op. 126 with Carl Dolmetsch (recorder), Joseph Saxby (harpsichord) and Newcastle-upon-Tyne Bach Choir conducted by Chalmers Burns
20/02/1965, Church House, Barnet: Including Fantasia on a Theme of Machaut with David Patrick (harpsichord ) and New Cantata Orchestra of London conducted by James Stobart
25/03/1965, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Holborn Viaduct: Including Tenebrae, op. 72, First Nocturn with Trinity College of Music Vocal Ensemble Group conducted by James Gaddarn
03/04/1965, Birmingham City Art Gallery: Birmingham Chamber Music Society, including String Quartet no. 3, op. 112 with Allegri String Quartet
07/04/1965 - 30/04/1965, British Council Institute of Naples: Lecture programme, including A Musician Talks about his Own Music, lecture by Rubbra, 28/04/1965
24/04/1965, St John's Church, Stockcross: An hour of music, including Soliloquy, op. 57 with Jacqueline du Pre (cello) and Newbury String Players conducted by Christopher Finzi [Flyer and programme]
23/05/1965 - 30/5/965, Salisbury Cathedral: Service list, including Dormi Jesu, op. 3, 23/05/1965 [List signed with greetings by Christopher Dearnley]
28/05/1965 - 30/05/1965, University of Sussex: The New Universities Festival programme book, including In Die et Nocte Canticum, op. 129 with Sussex University Choir and Orchestra conducted by David Gray on 30/05/1965 [Plus individual concert programme]
05/06/1965 - 19/06/1965: Oxford University Musical Club and Union Concert Bulletin, including The Jade mountain, op. 116 at Rhodes House, 10/06/1965 with Christopher Solomon (tenor) and Jeffrey Dyball (harp)
04/07/1965 - 11/0/71965: Second Michelham Priory Festival, including String quartet, no. 3, op. 112 with Allegri String Quartet, 09/07/1965
09/07/1965, Leighton House: including Violin Sonata no.2, op. 31 with Brenda Farrow (violin) and Maisie Aldridge (piano) [2 copies]
17/10/1965 - 24/10/1965: Stroud Festival of Religious Drama and the Arts 1965 programme book, including Inscape, op. 122 at Stroud Parish Church with Maria Korchinska (harp) and Philomusica of London conducted by Peter Gellhorn
01/11/1965, St Cuthbert's Parish Church Hall, Melrose: Melrose Muisc Society, including Piano Trio no. 1, op. 68 with The Dumka Trio
13/11/1965, Wigmore Hall: Including Pezzo Ostinato, op. 102 with Nicanor Zabaleta
22/11/1965, [Unknown venue]: Oxford Organists Association, including Meditation, op. 79 with James Dalton
02/12/1965, Wigmore Hall: Recital by Niso Ticciati (harpsichord)
10/12/1965, Duckerling Hall, Collyer's School, Horsham: Horsham Music Circle, including String Quartet no. 3, op. 112 wtih Allegri String Quartet [Postcard flyer]
19/01/1966, Royal Festival Hall: Including The Vision of St Augustine by Michael Tippett, with Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone), BBC Chorus and BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Michael Tippett
19/01/1966, Austrian institute, London: Recital by Niso Ticciati (harpsichord)
09/02/1966, School of Fine Arts, University of Kansas: Including Out in the Dark, op. 31, no. 1 with Miriam Stewart Green (soprano) and Ernesto Lejano (piano)
17/02/1966, Southwark Cathedral: Including Missa in honorem Sancti Dominici, op. 66 with Southwark Cathedral Special Choir conducted by Harold Dexter
23/03/1966, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden: Including Les Noces by Stravinsky with Richard Rodney Bennett (piano), John Gardner (piano), Rubbra (piano), Malcolm Williamson (piano), Covent Garden Opera Singers and Musicians conducted John Lanchbery
01/04/1966, Guildhall School of Music and Drama; Including Violin Sonata no. 2, op. 31 with Christopher Polyblank (violin) and Rosemary Mollatt (piano)
21/05/1966, Almondbury Adult Education Centre: Meet the Composer: Edmund Rubbra, lecture/record recital [Events booklet plus flyer]
18/06/1966, Town Hall, Sydney: Concerto and Vocal Competitions State Final Concert, including Piano concerto, op 85 with Suzanne Maslen (piano) and Sydney Symphony Orchestra conducted by Thomas Mayer
29/06/1966, St. Matthew's, Northampton: Including the Revival, op. 58 with St. Matthew's Church Choir conducted by Michael Nicholas
07/07/1966, Addington Place, Croydon: Including A hymn to the Virgin, op. 13, no. 1 and Jesukin, op. 4, no. 2 with Violet Chang (soprano) and Gerald Knight (cello)
05/08/1966, Royal Albert Hall: Promenade Concert, including Veni Creator Spiritus, op. 130 with BBC Chorus and London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Malcolm Arnold [2 copies]
03/10/1966 - 31/10/1966, St Mary's Priory, Fulham Road, London: Service music list, including Missa à 3, op. 98, 10/10/1966
17/10/1966, Great Drawing Room, Arts Council of Great Britain: Frank Merrick Society, including Violin Sonata, no. 2, op. 31 with Henry Holst (violin) and Frank Merrick (piano)
26/10/1966, Recital Hall, Huddersfield College of Technology: Including Ode to the Queen, op. 83 with Doreen Walker (mezzo-soprano) and Orchestra of the school of Music conducted by John Gulley
15/11/1966, Schoenberg Hall, University of California, including String Quartet, no. 3, op 112 with The Roth Quartet
19/11/1966, St Mary the Virgin, Oxford?: Concert in aid of Oxford Samaritans, including 3 Psalms, op. 61
02/12/1966, Great Drawing Room, Arts Council of Great Britain: Including, No swan so fine, op. 91, Nocturne, op. 54, 2 Sonnets of William Alabaster, op. 87 and String Quartet no. 3, op. 112 with Jean Holmes (soprano), Rubbra (piano) and Amici String Quartet
04/12/1966, Chapel, Worcester College, Oxford: Including That Virgin's Child, op. 114, no. 2 with Worcester College Chapel Choir?
Format
  • box
Date range of collection
1964-01-01 - 1966-12-31
Accumulation Dates
-
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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Accrual Status
Closed
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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council