Reid Orchestral Concert

Date: 
Thursday, November 15, 1928
Time: 
8.00 pm.
Season/No: 
66th session, 13th season, 2nd concert

Schubert Centenary Concert

Venue:

Participant(s): 

Professor Donald Francis Tovey - conductor and solo pianoforte
Miss Mary Grierson, Mus.Doc. - conductor
Mr Watt Jupp - leader of the orchestra

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 

 

Schubert Centenary Concert

1. Overture, "Die Weiberverschwörung".

2. Polonaise in F major.

3. Symphony in C major, orchestrated by Joachim from the Grand Duo, op. 140.

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4. Entr'acte in B minor and ballet in G major, from Rosamunde.
    March in E major.

5. Fantasia ("The Wanderer"), arranged for pianoforte and orchestra by Liszt.

 

Performance Type:

Programme: 
20-page booklet
Programme Notes: 

By D.F.T.

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

Toni (gowns, hats, lingerie)
Paterson, Sons & Co. Ltd (music shop): 27 George Street, Edinburgh
Professor Tovey's Sunday concerts
Charles Wellby (violin maker): 2 Teviot Place, Edinburgh
R. W. Pentland (music shop): 28 Frederick Street, Edinburgh
W. & J. Inglis' Footwear
Methven Simpson Ltd (music shop): 83 Princes Street, Edinburgh

On the inside back page - list of Thursday concerts for the remainder of the season.

Printer(s): 
David Macdonald Ltd., 74 Hanover Street
Notes: 

Several of the pieces are orchestral arrangements of piano pieces: symphony in C major, Fantasia "The Wanderer", polonaise in F major and the march in E major.  The programme for this concert does not give the name of the orchestrator for the polonaise or the march, although the programme for 10 February 1938 records that 'the March in E major [originally for piano duet] is orchestrated by D.F.T.' The overture "Die Weiberverschwörung" appears to be a reconstruction, perhaps also by Tovey.