Saturday 20 September 1902
8.00pm
Queen's Hall

  • Vincent Indy

    Wallenstein, Op 12 No. 2 Max et Thécla First performance in England
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Henry Wood conductor
  • Vincent Indy

    Wallenstein, Op 12 No. 3 La mort de Wallenstein First performance in England
  • Charles-François Gounod

    Roméo et Juliette Valse-ariette 'Ah! Je veux vivre' Act 1
    • Henry Wood conductor
    • Agnes Nicholls soprano
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
  • Richard Wagner

    Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg No. 1 Prelude Act 1
    • Henry Wood conductor
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
  • Charles-François Gounod

    Faust No. 6b Cavatina 'Avant de quitter ces lieux' Act 2
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Lawrence Rea baritone
    • Henry Wood conductor
  • Felix Mendelssohn

    A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op 61 No. 1 Scherzo
    • Henry Wood conductor
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
  • Edvard Grieg

    Piano Concerto in A minor
    • Henry Wood conductor
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Katharine Goodson piano
  • Richard Wagner

    Lohengrin No. 17 Prelude Act 3
    • Henry Wood conductor
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
  • Charles-François Gounod

    Marche funèbre d'une marionette
    • Henry Wood conductor
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
  • Landon Ronald

    Summertime No. 4 Night
    • Henry Wood conductor
    • Gregory Hast tenor
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
  • Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

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

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

    Let me dream again
    • Agnes Nicholls soprano
    • Percy Pitt piano
  • INTERVAL
  • Frederic Clay

    Gipsy John
    • Percy Pitt piano
    • Lawrence Rea baritone
  • Franz Schubert

    3 Marches militaires, D 733 (arr. Carl Tausig for solo piano) No. 1 in D major
    • Katharine Goodson piano
  • Maude Valérie White

    To Mary
    • Gregory Hast tenor
    • Percy Pitt piano
  • André Wormser

    L' enfant prodigue, suite No. 5 Finale: March and Trio
    • Henry Wood conductor
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)

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