Edinburgh Orchestral Festival 1875

Monday, February 15, 1875
8.00 pm

Third Grand Orchestral Concert at the Edinburgh Orchestral Festival 1875
on Monday evening, 15th Feb. 1875.  Concert to commence at eight o'clock.


Orchestra of about 70 performers

Miss Edith Wynne - soprano
Mr Edward Lloyd - tenor
Madame Norman-Neruda - violin
Mr C Seymour and Herr Straus - leaders of the band
Mr Charles Hallé - pianoforte soloist and conductor

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 


Part First

Overture, "Medea" ... Cherubini
  (First time)

Ode, "Sappho" ... Gounod
  Miss Edith Wynne

Rondo Brillante in E flat for piano, ... Mendelssohn
  Mr Charles Hallé, and orchestra
  (First time at these Concerts)

Song, "Tis not alone that thou art fair" ... H.S. Oakeley
   Mr Edward Lloyd

Symphony in C major, no. 9 ... Schubert
   Andante: Allegro ma non troppo (C major)
   Andante con moto (A minor and A major)
   Scherzo: Allegro vivace (C major), and Trio (A major)
   Finale: Allegro vivace (C major
    (First time at these Concerts)


Part Second

Overture, "Genoveva" ... Schumann

Ballad and Polonaise in G ... Vieuxtemps
  Violin - Madame Norman-Neruda

Recitative and Aria, "In quali eccessi," "Mi Tradi" (Don Giovanni) ... Mozart
   Miss Edith Wynne

Orchestra, "Les Preludes" ... F. Liszt
  (First time in Scotland)

Serenade, "When the moon is brightly shining" ... Molique
   Mr E. Lloyd

Overture, "Vestale" ... Spontini
  (First time in Scotland) 



Performance Type:

Programme Notes: 

No programme notes.

Ticket and/or Programme Price(s): 
Tickets: Centre, 7/6; Side seats (raised) & Front gallery, 5/-; Under gallery, 3/-; Back & Organ gallery 2/6