Reid Orchestral Concert

Saturday, March 4, 1922
8.00 pm.
59th session, 6th season, 5th concert



Miss M. Grierson, Mus.B. (Edin.) - pianoforte
M. Camillo Ritter - violin
Miss Ruth Waddel - violoncello
The Edinburgh Royal Choral Union - chorus
Mr W. Greenhouse Allt - conductor
Professor Donald Francis Tovey - conductor
The name of the orchestral leader is not given, but the programme for the last concert of the season (11 March 1922) records the leader's name as Mr Ritter and the vice-leader's name as Mr W. W. Jupp.

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 

1. Overture, "Calm sea and prosperous voyage," op. 27 ... Mendelssohn

2. "At a solemn music" ... Sir C. Hubert H. Parry
Chorus - Edinburgh Royal Choral Union

----- interval of ten minutes -----

3. Triple concerto for pianoforte, violin and violoncello, op. 56 ... Beethoven
Pianoforte - Miss M. Grierson, Mus. B. (Edin)
Violin - M. Camillo Ritter
Violoncello - Miss Ruth Waddell

4. "The Hymn of Jesus," op. 37 ... Gustav Holst
Chorus - Edinburgh Royal Choral Union

Performance Type:

20-page booklet
Programme Notes: 

By D.F.T.

The note for the Host was the same one, complete with text, used for the two performances in March 1922

Ticket and/or Programme Price(s): 
Subscription prices of the six concerts (inc. tax): Grand Tier £1. 12/-; Area 14/-; Upper Tier 7/6. Programme Price: one shilling
Publicity and Reviews: 

Inserted in the programme was a leaflet headed:  Reid Orchestral Concerts -
"The programme for the Sixth concert, containing an exhaustive analysis of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony by Professor Tovey, will be on sale on Wednesday 8th inst., at Messrs Paterson, Sons & Co. Ltd., 27 George Street.  Price One Shilling"

On the inside back page - list of works for the final Saturday concert of the season.
On the outside back page - advertisement for the music shop, Paterson, Sons & Co. Ltd.

David Macdonald Ltd., 74 Hanover Street

The Hymn of Jesus by Holst was repeated by the same forces in the same series one week later on 11 March 1922