Reid Sunday Concert

Sunday, October 17, 1943
2.30 pm.
1943-44 season, 1st concert



Frederic Lamond - pianoforte
Dr John Fairbairn - leader of the orchestra
Sidney Newman - conductor

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 


1. Epic march ... John Ireland

2. Pianoforte concerto no. 1 in E flat ... Liszt
       Allegro maestoso
       Quasi adagio
       Allegretto vivace
       Allegro marziale animato

    Frederic Lamond - pianoforte

3. "Mediterranean" ... Bax

4. Symphony in E minor, op. 95 ("From the New World") ... Dvorak
       Adagio, leading to allegro molto
       Scherzo (Molto vivace)
       Allegro con brio

Performance Type:

4-page programme
Programme Notes: 

Programme notes by S.T.M.N.

Ticket and/or Programme Price(s): 
Series Ticket (10 concerts) Grand Tier, £2.10/-; Area (Reserved) £2; Area (unreserved) £1.10/-; Upper Tier £1; Single Tickets: 5/-, 4/-, 3/- & 2/- from Paterson Sons & Co. Ltd., 27 George St. Programme price: sixpence
Publicity and Reviews: 

On page 4: 
- Advert for the first Reid orchestral concert of the season on 23 October 1943: Elgar, 'Cockaigne' overture; Beethoven, piano concerto no. 5 in E flat; Brahms, symphony no. 4 in E minor
- Advert for the second Reid Sunday concert on 24 October 1943: Beethoven, 'Prometheus' overture; Rachmaninoff, piano concerto in E minor [C minor]; Grieg, 'Peer Gynt' suite no. 2; Hamilton Harty, two movements from an Irish symphony
- Advert for vacancies for the Reid choir, conducted by Sidney Newman. Rehearsals Monday evenings at 7.30 pm in the Pollock Hall, Marshall Street
- Request for people to become a guarantor (minimum gurantee £2) for the present season

On page 1:
ARP notice: 'There is complete Air Raid accommodation in the basement of the Hall and the corridors. Shelters are also available at the West End (St John's Church) and in Rutland Square. In the event of an air raid an announcement will be made from the platform.'