Reid Chamber Concert

Date: 
Thursday, May 8, 1980
Time: 
7.30 pm
Season/No: 
1979-80 season
Participant(s): 

Peter Nelson - director
Colin Heggie - baritone
Charles Bell - reciter
Pamela Marks - violin
Adrian Bornet - double bass
Lewis Morrison - clarinet
Peter Moore - bassoon
Barry Collarbone - trumpet
James Ready - trombone
Alasdair Malloy - percussion

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 

No River, No Moon for six instruments ... Donald Fraser

Evening will come, they will sew the blue sail ... Owen Underhill

Pseudodoxia Zoologica (Animal Errors) ... Geoffrey King
For baritone, reciter and ensemble
   I      Pseudodoxia
   II     The Salamander
   III    The Chamaleon
   IV    The Dove
   V     The Beaver
   VI    The Badger
   VII    Interlude
   VIII   The Basilisk
   IX     The Wolf
   X      The Elephant
   XI     Orthodoxia

INTERVAL

The Soldier's Tale (Concert Suite) ... Igor Stravinsky
The Soldier's March
The Soldier at the Brook
Pastorale
Royal March
The Little Concerto
Three Dances: Tango, Waltz, Ragtime
Dance of the Devil
Grande Chorale
Triumphal March of the Devil

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

There are brief notes concerning the works by Donald Farmer and Owen Underhill only.

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

On p.3 concert by students of the Faculty of Music on Monday 12 May.

[Reid] Professor: 
Printer(s): 
University of Edinburgh
First Performance in Scotland: 
Evening will come, they will sew the blue sail (1979)
First Performance in World: 
"No River, No Moon" for six instruments