Historical Concert

Wednesday, November 14, 1900
1900-1901, Concert I of IV

Early symphonies by Haydn, and predecessors and contemporaries of Haydn.


A small orchestra, consisting of stringed instruments, two oboes, and two horns
Mr H. Dambmann - leader of the orchestra
Madame Wahler - vocalist
Mr A. Scott Jupp - accompanist
Professor Niecks - conductor

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 

1. Symphony in G major ... Giovanni Battista Sammartini
(a) Spiritoso (b) Andantino grazioso (c) Spiritoso. Rondo

2. "Ah! rendimi quel core," aria from the opera Mitrane ... Francesco Rossi

3. Symphony in G major ... Johann Stamitz
(a) Allegro (b) Andantino (c) Presto

4. Two songs
(a) Abendempfindung ... Mozart
(b) Wiegenlied, "Schlafe mein Prinzchen" ... Fliess

5. Symphony in G minor ... Pierre van Maldere
(a) Allegro assai (b) Andante (c) Presto

6. Symphony in F major ... Francois Joseph Gossec
(a) Allegro molto (b) Andantino allegretto (c) Poco Presto

7. Aria from the opera Rinaldo ... G. F. Handel

8. Symphony in B flat major ... Joseph Haydn
(a) Allegro assai (b) Andantino (c) Presto

4-page booklet
Programme Notes: 

Short one page essay, 'preface to the programme', which contextualises the symphonies of Haydn.

Ticket and/or Programme Price(s): 
Fee for series: 10/6
Publicity and Reviews: 

On the outside back page - dates and programmes of the four historical concerts.


Since the Haydn symphony is not numbered it is not certain which one was performed on this occasion.