Edinburgh University Summer Concerts 1987

Sunday, June 7, 1987
8.00 pm

First in a series of three concerts entitled 'Edinburgh University Summer Concerts 1987' given at St Cecilia's Hall and the Reid Concert Hall.
Series previously known as Bach at St Cecilia's Hall.


Colin Kingsley - fortepiano

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 


Sonata in F, op. 54 ... Beethoven
  In tempo d'un Menuetto
  Allegretto - Piu allegro

Sonata in C, op. 53 'Waldstein' ... Beethoven
  Allegro con brio
  Introduzione. Molto adagio
  Rondo.  Allegretto moderato - Prestissimo


Sonata in D ... Clementi

Fantasia in C ... Haydn

Sonata in E flat, op. 31, no. 3 ... Beethoven
  Scherzo. Allegretto vivace
  Menuetto. Moderato e grazioso
  Presto con fuoco


Instrument / Organ Specification: 
8-page pink booklet
Programme Notes: 

No programme notes.
In advance of the concert at 7 pm in St Cecilia's Hall, Colin Kingsley will give a talk entitled 'Clementi and his influence on Beethoven's piano compositions'.  Following the concert light refreshments will be served in the Laigh Room.  Tickets £2.50.

Publicity and Reviews: 

Pink poster giving outline details of all four concerts.
The inside back cover of the programme booklet features advertisements for the Russell Collection of Harpsichords and Clavichords at St Cecilia's Hall, Admission 25p and Edinburgh University Collection of Historical Musical Instruments at the Reid Concert Hall, Admission free.

[Reid] Professor: 
University of Edinburgh

Piano by Thomas Loud c. 1815, acquired for the Russell Collection with the aid of the National Museums Purchase Fund and the Fund of the Friends of St Cecilia's Hall, 1979; restored by John Barnes, 1983.
Harpsichord and piano maintenance by Grant O'Brien and John Raymond.
During the interval coffee and biscuits will be on sale in the Laigh Room by kind assistance of the Friends of St Cecilia's Hall.