Reid Chamber Concert

Date: 
Thursday, May 10, 1979
Time: 
7.30 pm
Season/No: 
1978-79
Participant(s): 

Students of the Faculty of Music

 

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 

Programme

Chorale prelude on "Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier" BWV 731 ... J.S.Bach

Chorale partita on "Ach wie nichtig, ach wie flüchtig ... Georg Bohm
   Edward Cuthbert - organ

Sonata in A minor for double bass and piano ... Handel arr. Pomeroy
  Grave - allegro - largo - allegro

  Boyd Pomeroy - double bass
  Jane Howarth - piano

"Paysages et marines" op. 63 ... Koechlin 
  no. 3 - Promenade vers la mer
  no. 4 - Le chant du chevrier
  no. 12 - poeme virgilien

  Paul Rhodes - piano

Hard by a crystal fountain ... Morley
O my thoughts surcease ... Ward
Come blessed bird .. Johnson
Come to me grief for ever ...Byrd
As Vesta was from Latmos hill descending ... Weelkes

  Madrigal group directed by Michael Turnbull

Interval

Sonata in E minor for flute and continuo ... J.S. Bach
  Adagio ma non tanto
  Allegro
  Andante
  Allegro

  Lyz Horobin - flute
  Jane Howarth - harpsichord

Sonata in C minor, op. 10 no. 1 ... Beethoven

  Kathryn McDowell - piano

"Triptych"  (first performance) ... James MacMillan
  directed by the composer

  Philip Harrold - violin
  Stephen Carpenter - cello
  Lyz Horobin - flute
  Marina Schreiner - clarinet
  Paul Rhodes - piano and tam-tam
  Graham Reid - percussion
  William Jones - trombone
  Carol Main - tympani

Performance Type:

Programme: 
4-page programme on gold paper
Programme Notes: 

Programme notes for each work written by the student performing the piece with the exception of student composer James MacMillan who wrote his own notes.

Ticket and/or Programme Price(s): 
Admission free, programme 15p
Publicity and Reviews: 

There was no formal review in The Scotsman.  However Colin Kingsley wrote a letter to the editor of The Scotsman drawing attention to "Composer to watch" in reference to the new piece by music student James MacMillan.  Letter dated 12 May.  

Duncan Heggie, music critic of the Evening News and a fellow music student wrote a short piece, 'Students in Concert'. 

[Reid] Professor: 
Printer(s): 
Summerhall Press, Edinburgh