Bach at St Cecilia's Hall 1977

Saturday, May 28, 1977
8 pm
1977, Concert 1 of 7

George Frideric Handel - Trio sonatas and duet cantatas


Margaret Aronson - soprano
Ivor Klayman - baritone
Christopher Field - violin
Elizabeth Robinson - violin
directed by David Kimbell

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 

Programme of music by George Frideric Handel

Chamber duet for soprano and bass with continuo, "Giu nei Tartarei regni" 

Trio sonata in G minor, opus 2, no. 6

Three German arias for soprano, violin obbligato and continuo
    i. Süsse Stille
   ii. Süsser Blumen Ambraflocken
  iii. Meine seele hört


Cantata for bass, two violins and continuo, "Cuopre tal volta il cielo"

Trio sonata in A major, opus 5, no. 1

Chamber duet for soprano and bass with continuo, "Tacete, ohimè, tacete"


12-page booklet on beige paper outlining all seven concerts
Programme Notes: 

No programme notes


Ticket and/or Programme Price(s): 
Tickets 75p (Season Ticket for any 6 concerts, £4)
Publicity and Reviews: 

Publicity posters in two sizes on beige paper with green print, outlining all seven 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 (7 May 1977) and in advance of each concert (28 May).  

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

[Reid] Professor: 
Summerhall Press Ltd. Edinburgh

During the interval of the concert coffee and biscuits on sale in the Laigh Room by kind assistance of the Friends of St Cecilia's Hall

Harpsichord maintenance by John Barnes and Grant O'Brien

"Bach at St Cecilia's Hall 1978" will include a recital of piano transcriptions of J.S. Bach (Brahms, Busoni, etc.) played by Peter Evans, solo suites played on the baroque cello (including the violoncello piccolo) by Wouter Möller, the two lute suites played by Nigel North, clavichord works played by Coin Kingsley, harpsichord music played by Lucy Carolan and the "Goldberg Variations" played by Peter Williams.