Reid Orchestral Concert

Date: 
Thursday, November 14, 1929
Time: 
8.00 pm.
Season/No: 
67th session, 14th season, 2nd concert

Venue:

Participant(s): 

Professor Donald Francis Tovey - conductor
Nicolas Orloff - pianoforte
Mr Watt Jupp - leader of the orchestra

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 

1. Symphony in D major (Salomon no. 10) ... Haydn

2. Concerto in F minor (op. 21), for pianoforte and orchestra ... Chopin

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3. "Normandy" symphonic variations for pianoforte and orchestra ... Arthur Somervell

4. Symphonic variations on an original theme for full orchestra (op. 78) ... Dvořák

Photo of Nicolas Orloff.

Performance Type:

Programme: 
22-page booklet
Programme Notes: 

By D.F.T.

The programme records the Haydn symphony as being Salamon no. 10, but the notes themselves and the musical examples indicate that is no. 86, and not one of the "London" symphonies.

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

Mamie (milliners): 2 Castle Street, Edinburgh
Professor Tovey's Sunday concerts
Patterson, Sons & Co. Ltd. (music shop): 27 George Street, Edinburgh
Methven Simpson Ltd. (music shop)

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

Printer(s): 
David Macdonald Ltd., Edinburgh
Notes: 

The Scotsman, 15 November 1929 reports in the review of the concert that, "... Mr Orloff was also heard in Sir Arthur Somervell's "Normandy" Variations for piano and orchestra, a work which has been given before at these concerts.  Here Mr Orloff was again highly successful, and there were again many recalls, in which the composer who was present in the audience, shared.  The audience would gladly have heard much more from Mr Orloff, but had to be content with one encore, the Chopin Valse in A flat, superbly played."