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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

6 Oct 1950

6.10: Bach programme. 6.40: The Dark River. 8.45: Leeds Triennial Festival: Benjamin Britten. 8.35: George Moore. 10.20: John Ireland s Sonate No. 1. D minor for violin and piano. 10.50: Birds and Science. 11.20: Schubert's Quartet in minor. Op. Griller

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Type: Miscellaneous
The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

20 Mar 1907

, The King . has graciously consented to become patron of the forthcoming-triennial . Musical Festival at Leeds . ' :. '' . Tlio Duke of- Connaught unveiled at Candy on Monday a memorial to tho men of tho Oeylon planters' contingent who fell in the South

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Type: Article
Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Monmouthshire, Wales

16 Nov 1850

Hannah lon Elizabeth Jenkins George Lander George Lander Robert Manchip, jun. Robert Manchip, sen. Thomas Watkins Edward Jefferies David Smith Abraham Manchip Richard Dallimore Joseph Orchard Benjamin Gould Jacob Jones George Pring John Lewis Samuel Phillips

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Type: Article
Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

7 Dec 1888

LEEDS TRIENNIAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL. ARRANGEMENTS FOR 1889. A meeting of the guarantors of the Leeda Triennial Musical Festival was held in the Mayor’s Rooms, Town Hall, yesterday afternoon, for the purpose receiving the report of the Provisional Committee

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Type: Article
Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

7 Oct 1931

To-day’s Appointments. Leeds Institute Lecture —Mr. Cherry Kearton on “In the Land of the Lion,' Leeds Triennial Musical Festival—Town Hall, 11 and 7.30. Leeds Parish Church—Musical Festival Evensong, 4.30. Labour Party Conference —Scarborough East Yorkshire

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Type: Article
The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

21 Dec 1910

Loss os LEEDS MosiCAl , FESTIVAL . —At & final meeting last nicht of the Leeds Triennial Musical Festival Committee a loss of over £ 162 on this year ' s festival was reported . Tho Committee therefore did not recommend any grant as usual to medical charities

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Type: Article
Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

7 Oct 1931

FESTIVAL CHAIRMAN’S LAMENT. Leeds People Musically a Hopeless.” LACK OF SUPPORT. The Avorld fame of Leeds Triennial Musical Festival and its lamentable lack of support in Leeds itself AA ere the keynotes regretful speech the Chairman the Management Committee

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Type: Article
Illustrated London News

Illustrated London News London, England

12 Oct 1889

MUSIC. THE LEEDS FESTIVAL. This triennial event recurred on Oct. 9 and three following days. These celebrations are of more recent origin than our other provincial festivals—those of the three choirs of Gloucester, Hereford, and Worcester (the oldest

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Type: Article
Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

28 May 1936

2 THE LEEDS MERCURY, PUBLIC NOTICES. HOLIDAY ACCOMMODATION. LEEDS TRIENNIAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL, • 6th, 7th, Bth and nth OCTOBER, 1937. HOLIDAY RESORTS. HOTELS, BOARDING-HOUSES, Etc. Experienced CHORAL SINGERS wishing to become DOUGLAS.—lllustrated Guide

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Type: Article
Leeds Times

Leeds Times Yorkshire, England

22 Sep 1877

LEEDS TRIENNIAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL. The Third Musical Festival in Leeds—third print of history, though not order of continuity—has been h ;ld in the Victoria Hall during the week, and will finally conclude ith the performances of this day (Saturday). And

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

17 Nov 1937

Music ELIJAH IN LEEDS Choral Union's First Concert of Season A PERFORMANCE OF FESTIVAL STANDARD Many .members .the Leeds Triennial Festival chorus made a re-appearance on the Leeds Town Hall platform last night. The occasion was the Leeds Choral Union's

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Type: Article
Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

8 Oct 1907

18,813-ESTABLISHED N O T C S. LEEDS. FESTIVAL, . 1907. LEEDS TRIENNIAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL. Oct. 9, 10. 11. and IW7. Patron. ..THE KING. Conductor Sir V. STANFORD. Miaa Ago®. Nfc-boß*, Perceval Allen. Mrs. i.enry J. Wood, Maris Brsraa. Mdnie. Ada Crowley

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York Herald

York Herald Yorkshire, England

22 Sep 1877

| LEEDS TRIENNIAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL. ?? Friday .Evening. For a shert space I must revert to the recital of Solomon last night. Tbe committee of tbis festival placed tbis oratorio in their programme in lieu of The Messiah. thinking, as many people

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Type: Article
Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

3 Sep 1953

Evening Post Reporter month to go before the start of Leed* Triennial Music Festival, most of the cheaper seats for the concerts have been taken. Final rehearsala begin September and oontlnue until the last day the Festival, which from October to 10.

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Type: Article
Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

9 Oct 1947

Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. FIRST hearing good as. and The lord Mayor Leeds, Sir a* perhaps better than, a first per- George Martin, was the Town Ball formance. When Leeds Musical to-day to welcome Sir Maloolm. who ir..,,.,i . , h ,r___ conducts his first

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Type: Advertisement
Leeds Times

Leeds Times Yorkshire, England

11 Sep 1880

inftib Witts- CHAPEL-ALLERTON and DISTRICT FLOWER SHOW AND SPORTs. Monday, Sept. 20th, 1880. LEEDS TRIENNIAL. MUSICAL FESTIVAL, 1880. LEEDS WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY. FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY, Patron Oct. lith, 14th, 15th and QUEEN. **imm::::::::::::m CONDUCTOR

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Type: Advertisement
Leeds Times

Leeds Times Yorkshire, England

13 Oct 1883

LEEDS TRIENNIAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL. Ere readers of the Leeds Tunes have laid aside their paper, the last notes of the Leeds Festival of 1883 will have died away, and another aud a brilliant chapter will have been indelibly added to the history of music

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Type: Article
Huddersfield and Holmfirth Examiner

Huddersfield and Holmfirth Examiner Yorkshire, England

26 Jul 1856

PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. BRADFORD TRIENNIAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL, 1856, Will be held in ST. GEORGE’S HALL, Tuesday, . August 26. I Thursday, . August 28 Wednesday, „ 27. | Friday, . . ~29 PRINCIPAL VOCALISTS: Madame CLARA NOVELLO, Miss SHERRINGTON, Madame

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Type: Article
London Evening Standard

London Evening Standard London, England

9 Oct 1883

THE LEEDS TRIENNIAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL. (from our correspondent.) LEEDS, Monday, The fourth celebration of the Leeds Triennial Musical Festival commences in the Town Hall on Wednesday, and extends over the three following days, winding up on Saturday evening

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Type: Article
Huddersfield and Holmfirth Examiner

Huddersfield and Holmfirth Examiner Yorkshire, England

2 Aug 1856

PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. Bradford triennial musical FESTIVAL, 1850, Will be held in ST. GEORGE’S HALL, Tuesday, . August 26. I Thursday, . August Wednesday, „ 27. | Friday, . . „ 29 PRINCIPAL VOCALISTS: Madame CLARA NOVELLO, Miss SHERRINGTON, Madame

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Type: Article