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Collection Title
Rubbra Archive Box 14
Unique Identifier
Rubbra 14 (temporary)
Edmund Rubbra: programmes, reviews and writings, 1972 - 1975 (Loose and in chronological order where possible [Box 14 of 17]

19/03/1972, Great Hall, University of Exeter: University of Exeter Orchestral Society, including Symphony no. 3, op. 49 with Exeter University Orchestra conducted by David Cawthra
04/06/1972, Holywell Music Room including Oboe Sonata, op. 100 with Jenny Fisher (oboe) and Michael Hill (piano) [flyer]
15/06/1972, Purcell Room: Including Piano trio no. 2, op. 138 with Bureau Piano Trio
20/09/1972, Shugborough Hall: Including The Jade Mountain, op. 116 and Discourse, op. 127 with Rosemary Phillips (soprano), Muriel Liddle (harp) and Antonia Butler (cello)
21/10/1972 - 12/11/1972, Ipswich Town Hall: Music and the Arts Programme Summary, including works by Rubbra (24/10/1972) with The Suffolk Ensemble
30/11/1972, Reading Town Hall: Iincluding Soliloquy, op. 57 with Heather Harrison (cello) and Reading Symphony Orchestra conducted by Maurice Miles [flyer]
07/01/1973, Coventry Cathedral: Fanfare for Europe to celebrate the entry of Great Britain into the EEC, including Missa in honorem Sancti Dominici, op. 66 with Coventry Cathedral Choir [conducted by Robert Weddle?]
10/01/1973, Guildhall, City of London: Dinner on the Occasion of the Visit of the civic Heads of the EEC capital cities, including music played by The Orchestra of the Grenadier Guards conducted by Peter Parkes
12/01/1973, Guildhall School of Music and Drama Theatre: Fanfare for Europe Orchestral Concert, including Fanfare for Europe, op. 142 for 6 trumpets directed by Omri Hadari [3 copies]
13/01/1973, [Unspecified venue] Leeds: A Supportive Concert for Leeds Youth Orchestra American Tour, 1973, including Cello sonata, op. 60 with Gretchen Miller (cello) and Richard Kessler (piano)
20/2/1973, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall: Including Symphony no. 9, op. 140 (Sinfonia Sacra) with Miriam Bowen (soprano), Norma Proctor (contralto) Benjamin Luxon (baritone), Liverpool Philharmonic Choir and Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir conducted by Charles Groves [2 copies]
23/05/1973, St John's Smith Square: Including Song of the Soul, op. 78 with London Schubert Choir and Orchestra conducted by Brian Brockless
13/06/1973 - 19/06/1973, Oxford concert list [extract], including works by Rubbra: String Quartet no. 2, op. 73 at St Peter's College JCR with Chavasse String Quartet (17/06/1973) and unknown work at Wadham College, Chapel with Wadham Singers and Stephen Darlington (organ)
09/07/1973 - 13/07/1973, Concert Hall, Guildhall School of Music and Drama: Year Three AGSM Public Recital Examinations, including Cello sonat a, op. 60 (11/07/1973) with Gretchen Miller (cello)
26/07/1973 - 29/07/1973, Salisbury Cathedral: Southern Cathedral Festival programme, including the Revival op. 58 with Southern Cathedrals Combined Choirs (27/07/1973)
17/09/1973 - 09/06/1974, [London]: Redcliffe Concerts of British Music Tenth Anniversary Season programme
20/09/1973 - 29/09/1973, St Bartholomew-the-Great, London: Complete 850th Anniversary of foundation programme [With copy of letter to Rubbra from Andrew Morris]
20/09/1973, St Bartholomew-the-Great, London: Service of Inauguration of Festival to Commemorate the 850th Anniversary of Foundation, including This Spiritual House almighty God Shall Inhabit, op. 146 with Choir of St. Bartholomew-the-Great conducted by Andrew Morris
01/11/1973 - 30/12/1973, Trinity Church, New York: Music at Trinity November - December 1973 programme flyer, including Missa Cantuariensis, op. 59 with Trinity Church Choir conducted by Larry King
04/12/1973, Plymouth Guildhall: Including Symphony no. 5, op. 63 with Plymouth Symphony Orchestra conducted by David Cawthra [With copy of letter to Rubbra from David Cawthra]
24/01/1974, Wigmore Hall: Including Oboe sonata, op. 100 with Evelyn Barbirolli (oboe) and Iris Loveridge (piano) [Flyer signed by Evelyn Barbirolli]
31/01/1974, Radcliffe Infirmary, Nurses Recreation Room: Listing of concert including Cello Sonata, op. 60 with Rohan de Saram (cello) and Michael Hill (piano)
17/03/1974, Purcell Room: Including Cantata Pastorale, op. 91 with The Helicon Ensemble [flyer]
03/0/51974, University of Edinburgh, Reid Concert Hall [and] 05/05/1974, Wigmore Hall: Including Introduction, Aria and Fugue, op. 104 with Ronald Stevenson (piano)
06/06/1974, Canterbury Cathedral, Chapter House: Canterbury singers 21st Anniversary Concert, including Three motets, op. 76 with Elizabeth Stutchbury and The Canterbury Singers conducted by Anthony Stutchbury [Flyer and programme]
25/09/1974, [Royal Festival Hall]: Holst Centenary Concert with Hugh Bean (violin), Manoug Parikian (violin), New Philharmonia Chorus, New Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Charles Groves
25/09/1974 - 13/12/1974, Stanhope Institute, London: Rehearsal Schedule for London Repertoire Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra, including Symphony no. 6, op. 80 (04/10/1974) conducted by Ruth Gipps
06/10/1974 - 18/06/1975, University of Exeter: Concert and Recitals listing for Season 1974-75, including Festival Overture, op. 62 (06/12/1974) with Exeter University Symphony Orchestra conducted by David Cawthra
04/11/1974: Chalfont St Giles [Unspecified venue]: Milton Tercentenary Festival concert, including Fly Envious Time, op. 148 with Alexander Young (tenor) and Olwen Morris (piano)
06/11/1974 - 04/12/1974, Oxford concert list [extract], including works by Rubbra: Cello Sonata, op. 60 at Holywell Music Room with Rohan de Saram (cello) and Michael Hill (piano) (10/11/1974) and unknown work at Wadham College, Chapel with Wadham Singers
10/11/1974, Holywell Music Room: Including Cello Sonata, op. 60 at Holywell Music Room with Rohan de Saram (cello) and Michael Hill (piano)
25/11/1974, St Cecilia's Hall, Edinburgh: The Clarsach Society, including Jesukin, op. 4, no. 2 and Hymn to the Virgin, op. 13, no. 2 with Florence Galbraith (soprano) and Sanchia Pielou (harp)
08/12/1974, Great Hall, University of Exeter: Holst Tercentenary Concert, including Festival Overture, op. 62 with Exeter University Symphony Orchestra conducted by David Cawthra
14/12/1974: Ruskin road Methodist Church, Carshalton: Carshalton Choral Society Carols and Christmas Music, including Dormi Jesu, op. 3 conducted by Brian Deards
06/01/1975 - 10/01/1975, Purcell Room: Park Lane Group Young Artists and 20th Century Music Series, including Violin Sonata no. 2, op. 31 (10/01/1975) with Serban Lupu (violin) and Gordon Back (piano)
06/01/1975 - 03/04/1975, Guildhall School of Music and Drama: Lent Term Calendar, including Rubbra concert presented by Student Contemporary Music Society (26/03/1975)
10/01/1975, Queen Elizabeth Hall: Including Symphony no. 10, op. 145 (Sinfonia da Camera) with Northern Sinfonia Orchestra conducted by Rudolf Schwarz
20/02/1975, Durham Cathedral: Including Blessed be He, op. 147 with Durham Cathedral Choir conducted by Richard Lloyd [with photocopy of letter to Rubbra from Richard Lloyd]
11/03/1975, Wadham College Chapel, Oxford: Including Tenebrae, First Nocturn with Wadham singers conducted by Richard Hobson
26/03/1975, Guildhall School of Music and Drama: Student Contemporary Music Society, including Violin Sonata, no. 3, op. 133, Eight Preludes, op. 131, String Quartet no. 3, op. 112, The Mystery, op. 4, The Night, op. 14 and Salve Regina, op. 119 with David Butler (violin), Graham Eaton (violin), Gruffydd Owen (viola), Andrew Strzelecki (cello), Gary Higginson (countertenor), Robert Penkett (piano), James Gibb (piano), Peter Phipps (piano)
06/04/1975, St Peter, Mill End, Rickmansworth: Centenary concert, including Five Spenser Sonnets, op. 42 with Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor), St Peter's Choir and Orchestra conducted by Christopher Barton
15/07/1975, Cowden Hall, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth: doctoral Lecture Recital, including Three Psalms, op. 61, Salve Regina, op. 119, A hymn to the Virgin, op. 13, no. 2, Jesukin, op. 4, no. 2, two Sonnets of William Alabaster, op. 87, Rune of Hospitality, op. 15, four Medieval Latin Lyrics, op. 32 with Jim Burns (bass) and Polly Bostic (piano)
01/08/1975, St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol: including Missa in Honorem Sancti Dominici, op. 66 with Choir of Wadham College, Oxford, conducted by Richard Hobson [Programme and flyer]
19/09/1975 - 11/10/1975, Northampton: Northampton Festival 1975 programme, including Rubbra songs at Guildhall with Philip Langridge (tenor) and John Constable (piano)
11/10/1975, Little Missenden Church: Little Missenden Festival concert, including Missa Brevis, op. 137 with Robert Prizeman (organ) and Trinity Boys Choir conducted by David Squibb
31/10/1975, Mary Harris Memorial Chapel, University of Exeter: Including Symphony no. 10, op. 145 (Sinfonia da Camera) with Exeter University Chamber Orchestra conducted by David Cawthra [2 copies plus 5 copies of programme for repeated concert at Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth (06/11/1975), Jubilee Hall, Chagford (27/11/1975), The Plough, Torrington (04/12/1975)
19/11/1975, Plymouth Guildhall: Including Resurgam, op. 149 with Plymouth Symphony Orchestra conducted by David Cawthra [5 copies]
25/11/1975, Westmore Church of God, Cleveland, Tennessee: Lee College Faculty Recital, including Rune of Hospitality, op. 15 [Unspecified performers]
14/12/1975, Newbury Parish Church: Concert of Music for Christmas, including Jesukin, op. 4 with Marion Milford (soprano) and Miriam Keogh (harp)
Date range of collection
Accumulation Dates
1972-01-01 - 1975-12-31
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Location Details

Bodleian Library, Music Library
Broad Street,Music Library Oxford OX1 3BG
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01865 277063
01865 277182 
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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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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council