March for orchestra in D major, "Cornelius," op. 108

Alternative title: 
"Cornelius" march

Written in 1841 for a festival celebrating the visit to Dresden of the artist Peter von Cornelius.
This work was performed at an organ recital given by Professor Oakeley on 23 February 1882.  Mention is made in the programme that it was introduced at the Reid Concert in 1873 but it is not listed in the printed programme for 1873.  In 1873 at an organ recital as part of the Reid Festival, Professor Oakeley performed the "Trauermarsche" by Mendelssohn.  It is possible that he could have played the Cornelius march on that occasion as an extra item on the day.

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Concerts by Work

Title Date Venue Professor
Organ recital Thursday, February 23, 1882 University Music Class Room Oakeley, Herbert Stanley, Sir, 1830-1903