Thursday 8 November 1900
8.00pm
Queen's Hall

  • Richard Wagner

    Rienzi, WWV 49 Overture
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Henry Wood conductor
  • George Frideric Handel

    Serse, HWV 40 (arr. Joseph Hellmesberger) Aria 'Ombra mai fù' Act 1 Scene 1
    • Henry Wood conductor
    • A. V. Belinski violin
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Miriam Timothy harp
    • Percy Pitt organ
  • Carl Maria von Weber

    Der Freischütz Recitative & aria 'Wie nahte mir der Schlummer...Leise, leise' Act 1
    • Luisa Sobrino soprano
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Henry Wood conductor
  • Edvard Grieg

    Piano Concerto in A minor
    • Tosta Benici piano
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Henry Wood conductor
  • Joseph Holbrooke

    Variations on an Old English Air 'Three Blind Mice', Op 37.1 World premiere
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Henry Wood conductor
  • Giacomo Puccini

    La bohème Aria 'Che gelida manina' Act 1
    • Antonio Paoli tenor
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Henry Wood conductor
  • Charles-François Gounod

    Hymne à Sainte Cécile
    • A. V. Belinski violin
    • Percy Pitt organ
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Henry Wood conductor
    • Miriam Timothy harp
  • Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

    Overture '1812', Op 49
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Henry Wood conductor
  • Bizet

    Carmen, Grand Selection (arr. Alfred Cellier) - Orchestral soloists as for performance on 1/9/1900
    • Henry Wood conductor
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
  • Liszt

    Ich liebe dich, S 542a Proms premiere
    • Percy Pitt piano
    • Luisa Sobrino soprano
  • INTERVAL
  • Jules Massenet

    Noel païen
    • Percy Pitt piano
    • Antonio Paoli tenor
  • Johann Nepomuk Král

    March 'Hoch Habsburg', Op 86
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Henry Wood conductor

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