Annual Reid Concert 1920

Saturday, February 21, 1920
8.00 pm.
4th season, 4th concert, evening series

Professor Donald Francis Tovey - conductor
Madame Guilhermina Suggia - solo violoncellist
Miss Patuffa Kennedy-Fraser - singer

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 

1. March no. 1 ... General Reid

2. Concerto in B minor for violoncello and orchestra (op. 104) ... Dvorák
     Violoncello - Madame Suggia

3. Hebridean songs ... collected by Mrs Kennedy-Fraser
     1. "Spreading the sea-wrak"
     2. "The sea-gull of the land-under-waves"
     3. "Kishmul's galley"
     4. "Harris love lament"
     5. "The dowerless maiden"
    Miss Patuffa Kennedy-Fraser

------- interval of ten minutes --------

4. Hebridean symphony ... Granville Bantock

5. Suite in D major, for violoncello alone ... J. S. Bach

          Madame Suggia

6. Hungarian Dances, nos. 19. 20, 21 ... Brahms-Dvorák


Image of General Reid on p.2.

16-page booklet
Programme Notes: 

By D. F. T., except for the notes concerning Bantock's Hebridean symphony, which bear the initials 'H. O. A'.

According to the programme notes, two of the Hebridean songs performed by Patuffa Kennedy-Fraser (accompanied by herself on the celtic harp) were used by Bantock in his Hebridean symphony: "the sea-gull of the land-under-waves"; and "Kishmul's galley" (pp.12-13).

The words of the Hebridean songs are given (pp.9-10), as well as the origins of some of the tunes, words and accompaniments.


Ticket and/or Programme Price(s): 
Programme Price: one shilling
Publicity and Reviews: 

On the inside back page - list of Saturday afternoon concerts for the remainder of the season; on the outside back page - advertisement for Paterson's music shop.

David Macdonald Ltd., 74 Hanover Street