Professor Tovey's Sunday Concert

Sunday, November 3, 1929
8.15 pm.
1929-1930, 5th concert

Vocal and pianoforte recital



Miss Mona Benson - contralto
Professor Tovey - pianoforte
Miss Margaret Ludwig - viola

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 

1. Unfinished sonata in F ... Mozart
    Allegro   Andante

2. Songs
    L'Invitation au voyage ... Duparc
    Après un Rêve ... Fauré
    Les Berceaux ... Fauré

3. Capriccio in G minor, op. 116, no. 3 ... Brahms
    Intermezzo in E major, op. 116, no. 4 ... Brahms
    Capriccio in C major, op. 76, no. 8 ... Brahms
    Rhapsodie in G minor, op. 79, no. 2 ... Brahms

4. Songs
    Wie Melodien ... Brahms
    Immer leiser wird mein schlummer ... Brahms
    Der schmied ... Brahms
    Two songs for contralto voice, piano and viola ... Brahms

5. Preludes ... Debussy
     Ce qu'on vu le vent d'Ouest
     La terrasse des audiences
     La Serenade interrompue
     La Cathédrale engloutie
     La Danse de Puck

6. Songs
    By a bier-side ... A. Gibbs
    Silent noon ... Vaughan-Williams
    Windy nights ... Stanford
    Come, my own one ... arr. Butterworth

8-page programme
Programme Notes: 

There are no programme notes.

Ticket and/or Programme Price(s): 
Programme Price: threepence
Publicity and Reviews: 

There are the following adverts:

P.2 - Oxford University Press and the bookseller Robert Grant & Son
P.3 - Piano sales, tuning and repairs by Thomas G. Hall
Pp.4-5 - next Sunday concert on 10 November
P.6 - W. H. Stamp (ladies' tailors, 73 Lothian Road) and S. Paganoi & Sons (violin dealers, 22 Grindlay Street)
P.7 - Philip Allan & Co Ltd, publishers
P.8 - Reid orchestral concert with programme for 14 November. Prospectus and all information from Paterson, Sons & Co; Methven Simpson Ltd; R. W. Pentland; and Townsend & Thomson.

Not recorded

The movement titles suggest that the unfinished Mozart piano sonata performed on this occasion was no. 15 in F major, which originally only consisted of two movements.