Reid Orchestral Concert

Saturday, February 2, 1918
3.00 pm
Second season/fourth concert

Miss Helen Anderton - solo vocalist

Professor Donald Francis Tovey - conductor

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 

1.  Symphony in G ("Oxford") ... Haydn

2.  Songs:-
  1. "Tears, idle tears" ... Frederick Nicholls
  2.  "Slumber song" ... Frederick Delius
  3.  "Love went a-riding" ... Frank Bridge
  Miss Helen Anderton

3.  Four madrigals ... Weelkes 
  I. Three virgin nymphs
  II. Thule, the period of cosmography
  III. O care, thou wilt despatch me
  IV. Like two proud armies
  The Kirkhope choir

4.  Rhapsodie for alto voice, male chorus and orchestra ... Brahms

5.  Symphony no. 8, in F major, op. 93 ... Beethoven

Performance Type:

24-page booklet
Programme Notes: 

The Reid Orchestral Concerts 1917-1918- Second season
The subscriptions for the series of six concerts will be:
Reserved area and front row of gallery, 25/- plus £3/- (Government tax) = £28/-
Reserved gallery and side seats, 18/- plus 2/6 (Government tax) = 20/6
Unreserved gallery and side seats, 10/6 plus 1/6 (Government tax) = 12/-
Unreserved under gallery, 6/6 plus 1/- (Government tax) = 7/6
Last year's subscribers will have the option of retaking their seats up to Monday, November 12th.  New subscribers should make immediate application.  Orders for seats by post will be immediately attended to, and seats selected in the best available positions.  Subscriptions are payable in advance.  Tickets for single concerts will be on sale on Saturday, 24th November.
Tickets available from Messrs Paterson & Sons, 27 George Street, Edinburgh.  Telegrams "Music, Edinburgh", Telephone Central 97

Further notice was circulated in the press on 5th February 1918:
Messrs Paterson & Sons beg to intimate that the Music Hall is to be taken over after this date by the Military Authorities under the Defence of the Realm Act.  It has been arranged that the remaining two concerts on February 16th and March 2nd will be given in the McEwan Hall.
The Management desire to make the change as easy and comfortable as possible for the Patrons of these concerts, but regret they will not be able to re-allot individual seats, owing to the complications in present-day ticket-selling regulations.  Divisions of the McEwan Hall have been set aside to correspond with the sittings in the Music Hall, and as the accommodation is most ample, it will not be necessary for Patrons to present themselves beyond perhaps a few minutes earlier than usual, so as to make their selection of seats.  Ticket holders will use the tickets already issued for the Music Hall.  The doors of the McEwan Hall will be opened at 2.30 p.m.  Concert at 3 p.m.

Ticket and/or Programme Price(s): 
Subscriptions for the series of six concerts, 28/-, 20/6, 12/-, 7/6; Single concert Tickets: 5/9, 4/9, 3/3, 2/4; Programme Price: sixpence
David Macdonald, 74 Hanover Street, Edinburgh