Monday 18 September 1911
8.00pm
Queen's Hall

  • Richard Wagner

    Tannhäuser No. 1 Overture
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Henry Wood conductor
  • Richard Wagner

    Siegfried Idyll, WWV 103
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Henry Wood conductor
  • Richard Wagner

    Der fliegende Holländer, WWV 63 Aria 'Joho hoe! Traft ihr das Schiff' Act 2
    • Henry Wood conductor
    • Ada Forrest soprano
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
  • Richard Wagner

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

    Tristan and Isolde Prelude and Liebestod
    • James McDonagh cor anglais
    • Henry Wood conductor
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
  • Richard Wagner

    Tristan and Isolde No. 12 Prelude Act 3
  • Richard Wagner

    Tannhäuser No. 25b O du mein holder Abendstern Act 3 Scene 2
    • Robert Burnett bass-baritone
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Henry Wood conductor
  • Richard Wagner

    Parsifal, WWV 111 (arr. Emil Steinbach) Klingsor's Magic Garden and Flowermaidens' Scene (orchestral synthesis) Act 2
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Henry Wood conductor
  • Richard Wagner

    Huldigungsmarsch, WWV 97
    • Henry Wood conductor
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
  • Hamish MacCunn

    Overture 'Land of the Mountain and the Flood', Op 3
    • Henry Wood conductor
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
  • INTERVAL
  • Eugen Hildach

    Songs, Op 9 No. 3 Das Kraut Vergessenheit Proms premiere
    • Ada Forrest soprano
    • Frederick Kiddle piano
  • Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

    Sons of the sea Proms premiere
    • Frederick Kiddle piano
    • Robert Burnett bass-baritone
  • Liszt

    Hungarian Storm March, S 119
    • New Queen's Hall Orchestra (1895-1914, Queen's Hall Orchestra)
    • Henry Wood conductor

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