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Collection Title
Rubbra Archive Box 12
Unique Identifier
Rubbra 12 (temporary)
Description
Edmund Rubbra: programmes, reviews and writings, 1967 - 1969 (Loose and in chronological order where possible) [Box 12 of 17]

18/03/1967, Royal Academy of Music: Junior Exhibitioners Concert, including Little Trotty Wagtail and The Pigeon and the Wren (from 3 Bird Songs, op. 46) with Girl's Choir, Valerie Dickson (piano) conducted by Michael Bush
19/03/1967, Victoria and Albert Museum: Including Salve Regina, op. 119 with Sybil Michelow (contralto) and Derek Stevens (harpsichord)
31/03/1967, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London: Including Song of the Soul, op. 78 and Inscape, op. 122 with Ambrosian singers and English Chamber orchestra conducted by Myer Fredman
28/04/1967 - 30/04/1967, Missenden Abbey, Great Missenden: Choral Weekend, including Inscape, op. 122 [Weekend timetable for participants]
12/05/1967, Capitol Theatre, Horsham: Horsham Music Circle 25th Anniversary concert, including Prelude and Fugue of a Theme by Cyril Scott, op. 69 with Moura Lympany (piano)
14/05/1967, Almondbury Adult Education Centre: Including Oboe Sonata, op. 100 with Richard Simpson (oboe) and Harold Truscott (piano)
24/05/1967, Great Drawing Room, 4 St. James's Square, London: United Kingdom Harpists Association, including Pezzo Ostinato, op. 102 with Ann Griffiths (harp)
25/0/51967, The Queen's College, Oxford: Including Veni Creator Spiritus, op.130 with Eglesfield Musical Society Chorus and Instrumental Ensemble conducted by James Dalton
09/06/1967, [Unknown Venue, Horsham]: Horsham Music Circle, including Cello Sonata, op. 60 with William Pleeth (cello) and Margaret Good (piano)
13/07/1967, Town Hall, Cheltenham: Cheltenaham Festival concert, including 8 Preludes, op. 131 with Rubbra (piano) [Extracted part of complete programme book for Festival]
27/07/1967 - 30/07/1967, Salisbury Cathedral: Southern Cathedrals Festival, including Unfoldl! Unfold! [?], Meditation, op 79, Missa Cantuariensis, op. 59, Eternitie [From 5 motets, op. 37], And When the Builders, op. 125, Veni Creator Spiritus, op. 130 and Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis, op. 65 with choirs of Chichester, Salisbury and Winchester Cathedrals, Bournemouth Brass Ensemble, conducted by John Birch and Christopher Dearnley with Richard Lloyd (organ) and Michael Smith (organ)
12/08/1967, Guild Chapel, Stratford-upon-Avon: Including Notturno, op. 106 with Il Flauto Dolce
27/10/1967, [Unknown Venue, Henley-on-Thames]: Including Piano Trio no. 1, op. 68 with Dumka Piano Trio
08/11/1967, Wigmore Hall: Park Lane Group, including 8 Preludes, op. 131 with Tom Gligoroff (piano)
30/12/1967, Queen Elizabeth Hall: Chistmas Fanfare, including two Rubbra songs [Hynmn to the Virgin, op. 13, no. 2 and Jesukin, op. 4, no. 2] with Sona Ardontz (soprano) and Maria Korchinska (harp)
27/01/1968, Queen Elizabeth Hall: Including The Dark Night of the Soul, op. 41, no. 1 with Sybil Michelow (contralto) and the Tilford Bach Featival Choir and Orchestra conducted by Denys Darlow
08/02/1967, Wigmore Hall: Including Piano Trio no. 1, op. 68 with Bureau Piano Trio [2 copies of flyer]
22/02/1967, Christchurch Cathedral, Oxford: Including Magnificat, [from] op. 65 and Pentecostal Hymn, op. 123 with Isis Singers and Roger Wibberley (organ) conducted by Peter Lyne
24/02/1968 - 24/03/1968, Camden, London: Camden Festival Programme, including Missa in honorem Sancti Dominici, op. 66 at Holy Trinity Church, Kingsway, with The Chancery Singers conducted by Douglas Robinson
04/1968? [Unknown venue and no date on programme]: Including A spring Carol Sequence, op. 120
14/04/1968 - 29/04/1968, London Symphony Orchestra Club programme, including Interview with Rubbra on 23/04/1968 at Holborn Central Library
14/05/1968, Wigmore Hall: Including Violin Sonata no. 2, op. 31 with Richard Bureau (violin) and Clifford Lee (piano)
28/05/1968, Oxford Town Hall: Worcester Somerville Music Society, Concert in Honour of Edmund Rubbra, including Te Deum, op. 115, 8 Preludes, op. 131, Lauda Sion, op. 110 and Symphony no. 6, op. 80 with Michael Hill (piano), Schola Cantorum of Oxford, Isis Singers, Oxford Symphony Orchestra conducted by Christopher Swain [3 copies]
31/05/1968, Oxford Town Hall: Including Improvisations on Virginal Pieces by Giles Farnaby, op. 50 with Oxford University Orchestra conducted by Edward Olleson
15/06/1968, Hampstead Parish Church: Including Missa in honorem Sancti Dominici, op. 66 with Hampstead Choral Society conducted by Martindale Sidwell
03/07/1968 - 12/07/1968, Cheltenham Festival Programme, including Violin Sonata no.3, op. 133, (Town Hall, 04/07/1968) with Peter Mountain (violin) and Angela Dale (piano)
29/09/1968, Royal Festival Hall: Including Symphony no. 7, op. 88 with London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Adrian Boult
03/10/1968, Purcell room: Including A Hymn to the Virgin,op. 13, no. 2 and Jesukin, op. 4, no. 2 with Violet Chang (soprano) and Terence Allbright (piano)
29/10/1968, Mansion House, London: Guildhall School of Music and Drama Annual Presentation of Prizes
30/11/1968, Queen Elizabeth Hall: Including Advent Cantata, op. 136 with John Carol Case (baritone), Tilford Bach Festival Choir, Orchestra and Ensemble conducted by Denys Darlow
02/02/1969, Hub Ballroom, University of Washington, Seattle: Including Symphony no. 3, op. 49 with University Symphony Orchestra conducted by Stanley Chapple [2 xeroxed copies]
04/03/1969, Wigmore Hall: Including Cantata Pastorale, op. 92 with The Court Ensemble
23/04/1969, Purcell Room: Music by Edmund Rubbra, chosen and introduced by the Composer, including Lauda Sion, op. 110, String Quartet no. 3, op. 112, The Jade Mountain, op. 116, Pezzo Ostinato, op. 102, discourse, op. 127 and Cantata di Camera, op. 111 with Audrey Attwood (soprano), Philip Langridge (tenor), Ann Griffiths (harp), Norman Knight (flute), Francis Routh (organ), Vaughan Williams Singers and Dartington String Quartet conducted by John Alldis
01/07/1969, Trinity and All Saints Colleges, Leeds?: Including, Introduction, Aria and Fugue, op. 104 with Michael Dawney (piano)
10/07/1969, Fairfield Hall, Croydon: Coloma Convent Girls School Centenary concert, including Creature-Songs to Heaven, op. 134 with Coloma Convent Senior Choir and Orchestra
20/09/1969 - 08/07/1970: St Matthew's, Northampton Music [list] 1969-1970, including Missa Cantuariensis, op. 59 and The Revival, op. 58 with St Matthew's Church Choir
06/11/1969, Oxford Town Hall: Including 8 Preludes, op. 131 and 3 Psalms, op. 61 with Ameril Gunson (contralto) and Rubbra (piano)
04/12/1969 - 11/06/1970, Cambridge: Cambridge University Musical Society, programme for 1969-1970 season, including Veni Creator Spiritus, op. 13026/02/1970, King's College Chapel, Cambridge: Including Veni Creator Spiritus, op. 130 with Roger Parkes (organ) and Cambridge University Music Society conducted by David Willcocks (King's College Chapel, 26/02/1970)
13/12/1969, [Unknown Venue]: Concertgoers Society Member's Evening, including 2 Sonnets by William Alabaster, op. 87
Format
Date range of collection
1967-01-01 - 1969-12-31
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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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