Bach at St Cecilia's Hall 1971

Sunday, May 30, 1971
8.30 pm
1971, Concert 1 of 5

Richard Adeney - flute
David Nicholson - flute
The Edinburgh Quartet
Marie Dare - double bass
Peter Williams - harpsichord

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 

Programme of music by J.S. Bach

Sonata in C for to flutes and harpsichord  
  (Organ Trio BWV 529)

Suite in B minor for flute, strings and continuo
  (Orchestral overture no. 2, BWV 1067)
  Bourrées I and II
  Polonaise and Variation


Movements from the Art of Fugue, BWV 1080
  Contrapunctus 1 (Fugue) for strings
  Contrapunctus 6 (Fugue in stile francese) for harpsichord
  Contrapunctus 2 (Fugue) for strings
  Contrapunctus 15 (Canon) for two flutes
  Contrapunctus 9 (Fugue) for strings

Sonata in G for two flutes and harpsichord, BWV 1039
  (contemporary version of the gamba sonata, BWV 1027)
  Allegro ma non presto
  Adagio e piano

6-page programme on green paper with details of all five concerts
Programme Notes: 

The arrangements of BWV 529 and 1080 were specially prepared for this performance.
There are no programme notes.

Ticket and/or Programme Price(s): 
Tickets 60p, Supper tickets 65p
Publicity and Reviews: 

Publicity posters in two sizes on green paper, outlining all five concerts with details of ticket prices.  Tickets on sale at the Edinburgh Bookshop, George Street, Edinburgh.
Several advertisements in the press in advance of the series and in advance of each concert.

Described as a little festival.   Reviews by Conrad Wilson (C.W.), M.M. and R.C. 

Programme is in the form of a brochure with details of all five concerts.

[Reid] Professor: 
The Summerhall Press Ltd.

A lecture on the programme was given by Hans Gal at 7 pm in the Laigh Room (a room on the ground floor immediately below the concert room).
The lecture was followed by a buffet supper with wine at 7.45 pm  Tickets for the buffet supper, 65p.