Bach at St Cecilia's Hall 1978

Saturday, June 3, 1978
8.00 pm.
1978 season, 5th concert

Fifth of a series of nine concerts entitled 'Bach at St Cecilia's Hall', given mostly at St Cecilia's Hall in the summer of 1978.
Italian and French Music for Voices.


St Cecilia Singers
Herrick Bunney - director of St Cecilia Singers
Nigel Waugh - baritone
Andrew Dean - harpsichord
Patricia Hair - cello
Boyd Pomeroy - double bass

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 


Solo cantata 'Amore traditore', BWV 203 ... J. S. Bach

Stabat mater dolorosa (à 10) ... Domenico Scarlatti


Mass for double choir ... Frank Martin

'Pervuli ejus ducti sunt' from Première Leçon de Tenébres, for baritone ... François Couperin

Trois chansons de Charles d'Orleans ... Claude Debussy

Series brochure: 12 pages
Programme Notes: 

There are no programme notes.

Ticket and/or Programme Price(s): 
Season ticket (any 7 concerts) £5; Tickets £1; Student tickets 50p. Lecture and light refreshments tickets £1
Publicity and Reviews: 

Poster on blue paper giving outline details of all nine concerts.  Tickets on sale at the Edinburgh Bookshop, George Street, Edinburgh.

On p.2 of the brochure there is a list of lectures given in support of the concerts as follows: Hans Gal, 'Piano transcriptions of Bach' (20 May at 7 pm); Peter Williams, 'The new organ in the Reid Concert Hall' (21 May at 8 pm); informal discussion with Wouter Moller of questions arising from the performance of the Cello Suites on authentic instruments (27 May at 10 pm); and Peter Williams, 'The Goldberg Variations' (11 June at 7 pm).

[Reid] Professor: 
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