Thursday 2 January 1902
8.00pm
Queen's Hall

  • Ludwig van Beethoven

    Egmont, Op 84 No. 1 Overture
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Henry Wood conductor
  • Christoph Willibald Gluck

    Orfeo ed Euridice (arr. Henry Wood) Recitative & aria 'Sposa! Euridice!...Che farò senza Euridice?'
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Greta Williams mezzo-soprano
    • Henry Wood conductor
  • Jules Massenet

    Le Cid Marche du Cid Act 3
    • Henry Wood conductor
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
  • George Frideric Handel

    Serse, HWV 40 (arr. Joseph Hellmesberger) Aria 'Ombra mai fù' Act 1 Scene 1
    • Percy Pitt organ
    • Miriam Timothy harp
    • Henry Wood conductor
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Arthur W Payne violin
  • Camille Saint-Saëns

    Le rouet d'Omphale, Op 31
    • Henry Wood conductor
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
  • Ludwig van Beethoven

    Concerto for Piano No. 5 in E flat major 'Emperor', Op 73
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Adela Verne piano
    • Henry Wood conductor
  • Rossini

    Semiramide Overture
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Henry Wood conductor
  • Hubert Parry

    King Saul Scena 'In the still watches of the night'
    • David Ffrangçon-Davies baritone
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Henry Wood conductor
  • INTERVAL
  • Edward German

    Henry VIII Morris Dance Act 4
    • Henry Wood conductor
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
  • Edward German

    Henry VIII Shepherd's Dance Act 1
  • Edward German

    Henry VIII Torch Dance Act 1
  • Richard Wagner

    Tannhäuser, Grand Fantasia, WWV 70 (arr. unknown)
    • Henry Wood conductor
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
  • Constance Maud

    Down here the lilacs fade
    • Percy Pitt piano
    • Greta Williams mezzo-soprano
  • Anton Rubinstein

    6 Songs, Op 32 No. 6 Der Asra
    • David Ffrangçon-Davies baritone
    • Percy Pitt piano
  • Charles-François Gounod

    Marche romaine
    • Henry Wood conductor
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)

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