[Music programmes 1929].

Date
1929
Ref
Eph-A-MUSIC-1929
Description

Includes programmes featuring:

First annual Children's festival of Music (Non-competitive) under the auspices of the Christchurch Training College Classes for Children. Three concerts, Caledonian Hall, 29-31 October 1929 [and] Folk dancing [in the] Archery Lawn in Botanical Gardens, 2 November 1929. Souvenir programme (With photographs of performers Alfred Bunz (piano) and Harold Beck (cello), and Derry's Military Band).

Earthquake Relief Fund. Grand concert arranged by H Temple White. [Wellington] Town Hall, 14 July 1929. Programme / flier

E J Gravestock Ltd presents the world-famous singer Dusolina Giannini, (by arrangement with Concert management, Daniel Mayer Inc., New York) Deutsch, violinist [and] Miss Molly Bernstein, solo pianist-accompanist. Programme no. 1, programme and words of songs. [1929]

E J Gravestock Ltd presents the world-famous singer Dusolina Giannini, (by arrangement with Concert management, Daniel Mayer Inc., New York) Deutsch, violinist [and] Miss Molly Bernstein, solo pianist-accompanist. Programme no. 2, programme and words of songs. [1929]

E J Gravestock Ltd presents the world-famous singer Dusolina Giannini, (by arrangement with Concert management, Daniel Mayer Inc., New York) Deutsch, violinist [and] Miss Molly Bernstein, solo pianist-accompanist. Programme no. 3, programme and words of songs. [1929] (2 copies)

Grand farewell concert to Victoria College Debating Team, arranged by Mr Clement May, assisted by pupils of Madam Briggs and other local artists (Mr Leslie Muir, Miss Jeanette Briggs, Mr Clement May, Mrs Martin Smith, Mr W J Hall, Miss Mifawney [Mifanwey?] Davies, Mr W J Mountjoy, Ernest Glading and members of the Training College Dramatic Society. Includes debaters: W J Hall, G R Powles, W J Mountjoy, H R Bannister). Concert Chamber Town Hall, 17 September 1929. Souvenir programme (2 copies)

E J Carroll presents Sir Harry Lauder (With performers "Tiki" Carpenter, Miss Beryl Wentworth, Rupert Hazel & Elsie Day, Fredo Bros and Don Julian). Country tour 1929. Programme

Mr Bernard Page (city organist). Organ recital. Wellington Town Hall, 9 June 1929. Programme

Trio evening. Ava Symons (violin), George Ellwood (violoncello), Gordon Short (piano), with assisting artists Mrs B B Wood (vocalist), Mrs Eric Meier (violin) and Mr Frank Crowther (viola. Concert Chamber Town Hall Wellington, 14 october 1929. Programme

Wellington Chamber Music Players.(With Leon de Mauny, Desmond Lavin, Frank Crowther, William Bennett and Claude Tanner, Madame Evelyn de Mauny, A P Truda). Third concert, Concert Chamber Town Hall, 11 September 1929. Programme

Edward Branscombe's Westminster Glee Singers on world tour. First and second programme (2 copies)

Edward Branscombe's Westminster Glee Singers on world tour. Third and fourth programme

Edward Branscombe's Westminster Glee Singers on world tour. Fifth and sixth programme (2 copies)

Mr Edward Branscombe's Westminster Glee Singers [1923 or 1929 tour]. First, second and third programmes (1 booklet)

Mr Edward Branscombe's Westminster Glee Singers [1923 or 1929 tour]. Fifth, sixth and seventh programmes in 1 booklet

Mr Edward Branscombe's Westminster Glee Singers [1923 or 1929 tour]. Seventh, eighth and ninth programmes in 1 booklet (2 copies)

Quantity: 16 album(s) Album(s).

Physical Description: Printed programmes, up to octavo size, some illustrated.

Provenance: One programme donated by Mrs Alice Megget, Auckland, in 2008; one by Brian K Mountjoy in 2009.

Access restrictions
No access restrictions
Format
16 album(s) Album(s), Ephemera, Offset photomechanical prints, Theatre programmes, Printed programmes, up to octavo size, some illustrated.
See original record

Click to request to view this item, access digital version (if available), and see more information.

Copyright

Unknown