Reid Sunday Concert

Sunday, February 6, 1944
2.30 pm.
1943-44 season, 15th concert



Dr Mary Grierson - conductor
Dr John Fairbairn - leader of the orchestra
Kendall Taylor - solo pianoforte

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 


1. Overture: "Oberon" ... Weber

2. Symphony no. 5 in B flat ... Schubert

       Andante con moto
       Allegro vivace

3. Concerto no. 3 for pianoforte and orchestra (op. 26) ... Prokofieff

       Andante leading to allegro
       Theme and variations (andantino)
       Allegro ma non troppo

4. Slavonic dances (second set) ... Dvorak

Performance Type:

4-page programme
Programme Notes: 

Programme notes by M.G. [Mary Grierson].

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 eighth Reid orchestral concert of the season on 12 February 1944 (Mendelssohn, Brahms, Elgar and Sibelius)
- Advert for the sixteenth Reid Sunday concert on 13 February 1944
- Advert for the Edinburgh music club chamber music concert on 25 February 1944 at Freemasons' Hall, George Street
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.'