Bach at St Cecilia's Hall 1973

Sunday, May 27, 1973
8.30 pm
1973, Concert 1 of 6

Jaap Schroeder - baroque violin
Peter Williams - harpsichord
Forbes Henderson - guitar

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 

Programme of music by J.S. Bach

Violin sonata no, 6 in G, BWV 1019
  Allegro (cembalo solo)

Violin sonata no, 2 in A, BWV 1015
  Allegro assai
  Andante un poco


Lute suite in E major, BWV 1006a
    (arranged for guitar)  
  Menuets 1 & 2

Violin sonata no. 4  in C minor, BWV 1017


Violin by Januarius Gagliano, c. 1730
Harpsichord signed Pascal Taskin, 1764 refait a Paris 1784
  (bought by the Russell Collection, March 1973)
Low pitch (a'=415Hz)

8-page blue booklet outlining all six concerts
Programme Notes: 

No programme notes

Ticket and/or Programme Price(s): 
Tickets 65p, Supper tickets 35p
Publicity and Reviews: 

Publicity posters in two sizes on blue paper, outlining all six concerts with details of ticket prices.  Tickets on sale at the Edinburgh Bookshop, George Street, Edinburgh.

Advertisements in advance listing all concerts and in advance of each concert.

Reviews by Conrad Wilson (C.W.), and R.C. 

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

[Reid] Professor: 
Summerhall Press Ltd. Edinburgh

A lecture on the programme "J.S. Bach and the baroque violin" was given by Jaap Schroeder 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, 35p.

Harpsichord maintenance by John Barnes
​Refreshments  by kind assistance of Faculty Staff