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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

24 May 1913

Leeds triennial musical FESTIVAL. October 1,2, 3, and 4, 1913. CONDUCTORS ; SIR EDWARD ELGAR, O.M. HERR ARTHUR NIKISCH. Dr. H. P. ALLEN. CHORUS MASTER: Mr. H. A. FRICKER, Mus.Bac. (City Organist). Miss BDYTH WALKER, Madame A NOORDEWIER-REDDINGIUS. Miss

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

21 Jun 1913

Leeds triennial musical FESTIVAL. OCTOBER Ist, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, 1913. CONDUCTORS: SIR EDWARD ELGAR. O.M. HERB ARTHUR MKISCH. Dr. H. P. ALLEN. CHORUS MASTER, Mr, H A. PRICKER, Mu«. Bac. Miss BDYTH WALKER, Madame A. NOORDBWEIRRKDDINGIUS, Miss CARRIE TUBB

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

10 Aug 1907

particulars, see Programmes, which can be had on application the Chief Music Sellers, and the Festival Office. FRED. H., SPARK, Hon. Sec. Festival Office, Great George Street, Leeds. Leeds musical festival.— PLANS for FIRST SEATS Now Open at the Festival Office

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

7 Aug 1913

Leeds triennial musical FESTIVAL. Octobe* Ist. 2nd, 3rd. and 4th. 1913. CONDUCTORS SIR EDWARD ELGAR, O.M. HERR ARTHUR NIKISCH. Di. H. P. ALLEN. CHORUS MASTER, Mr. H. A. FEIGNER, Mus. .feac. Miss WALKER. Madame A. NOOEDEWEIR-BEDDINGIUS. Miss CARRIE TUBU

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Pall Mall Gazette

Pall Mall Gazette London, England

3 Aug 1907

LEEDS TRIENNIAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL, Oct d, 10, 11. and 12, 19)7. Patron THE KING. Conductor Sir Charles V. Stanford. Choroa-Matter Mr. H. A. Fricker, F.R.CO. Organist Dr. Bairstow. Miaa Agnea Nicholls, Miaa Perceval Allen, lira. Henry I. Wood. Miaa Marie

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

28 Sep 1953

TO THE EDITOR Closing the doors Festival rehearsals Sir,—As the Leeds Triennial Musical Festival draws near, many people must bitterly disappointed in the knowledge that they will be unable hear the great works to performed. This due In part the limited

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

3 Oct 1934

APPOINTMENTS To-day Leeds Triennial Musical Festival —Town Hall, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sir Edward Campbell. M P., inaugurates new Post Office Information Bureau General Post Office, Leeds, 2. Leeds City Council. 2. Leeds Institute—Mr. A. F. Tschiffely

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

5 Oct 1922

Leeds triennial musical festival FRIDAY. 6t3i (V*tob®r. 1922. 11 *.m. THE LONDON SYMPHONY OBCHEOTRA. FESTIVAL CHORUS Voica. oadocior —Sir H. I*. ALLEN. BACH FESTIVAL. TO* include*:— O. Lignt nrttle»ting. , ■ “Since Chrint is nil being. ■’ Owne. Jcsu

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

9 Oct 1931

Leeds. triennial musical FESTIVAL. SATURDAY, 10th October, 11 a.m. CONDUCTORS-Sir THOMAS BEECH AM, Bart. Dr. MALCOCM SARGENT. FESTIVAL CHORUS. LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Grande Messe Des Morts Berlioz Concerto lor Pianolorte and Orchestra, No. 2 in Minor

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

9 Sep 1886

Leeds triennial musical FESTIVAL, OCTOBER 13. 14, 15, asd 16. 1886. Conductor: Sir ARTHUR SULLIVAN. Prixcipal Vocalists Mdme. Albani, Mrs. Hutchinson, Miss Anna Williams, Mdme. Patey, Mi Damian. Miss Hilda Wilson, Mr. Edward Lloyd, Mr. Iver McKay, Mr

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Bradford Daily Telegraph

Bradford Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

27 Aug 1889

Leeds triennial musical festival, oct-eth, loth. nth. aed istb^ms, CoßDircioe—Sir ASTHUE SIILLIVaN. Mdae. AUißl.Mdae, ViLLnßin. MaCKRiXIB, Mia Mia Huda Wuror. Mia Damiaw. Mr Lloyd, Mr Iyrr McKay. 'Mr Fiaaor. Mr watru Mill*. Mr BesßETox, Barrototob Form

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

26 Sep 1925

Leeds triennial musical FESTIVAL. Stli, 9th, and 10th OCTOBER. 1925. G-ndnrior* Mr ALBERT COATKS Sir P. ALLEN. LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. CHORUS SCO Voice*. Cool first sea.e availsblr lor all Concert*. Ticket* tor toll final rehearsal* now on sale, price

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

1 Jul 1913

Leeds triennial musical FESTIVAL. OCTOBER Ist. 2nd. and 4th, 1913 CONDUCTORS: SIR EDWARD ELGAR, O.M, HERR ARTHUR NIKISOH. Dr H. ALBEN. CHORUS MASTER-Mr. H. A PRICKER. Mus. (Citr Oreanistl Mien WALKER,. Madame A. NOORDEWIEE- P.KDDINGIUB. Mlm CARRIE TUBB

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

6 Oct 1937

LEEDS TRIENNIAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL. j WEDNESDAY. October, a.m. Concluding 130 P-®. •{Conductors:'—Sir THOMAS Bart. Dr. MALCOLM SARGENT. FESTIVAL CHORDS, LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA. Mais ( Petite ) Rossini Svttphcny No. 2 In flat Choral Work In Honour

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

25 Jun 1925

Leeds triennial musical FESTIVAL. OCTOBER 7th, Blh. 9th, 10th, 1925. Conductors; Mr. ALBERT COATES and Sir HUGH ALLEN,M.A., D.MUS. Chorns Mister—Dr A. C. TYSOE. Festival Organist—Mr. H. PERCY RICHARDSON. Chorus Pianist—Mr. NORMAN STRAFFORD. Principals:

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

3 Oct 1928

Leeds triennial musical FESTIVAL. THURSDAY, October at 11.0 a.m. Conductor—Sir HUGH P. ALLEN. FESTIVAL CHORUS. LONDON SYMPHON ORCHESTRA. BACH FESTIVAL. BrincipaU Miu Dorothy Silk. Mi» Muriel BrunskilL Mi. vVilsjn. Mr. Keito Faikner. Mias Dorothy Hesse

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

2 Oct 1886

Leeds triennial musical festival. OCTOBER 14, 16, and 16, 1886. Conductor.—Sir ARTHUR SULLIVAN. £ p. d. Scats mod Gallery, Reaerred 1 1 0 K eninc—Front Heats and Gallery, Reserved 015 Mo fling—Seooad Seats, Reeerved 0 10 Evening—Secend Seats, Hseerred

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Bradford Daily Telegraph

Bradford Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

2 Oct 1886

Leeds triennial musical festival, OCT. 13th, 14th, 15th, and 16th, 1886. Conductor: SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN. & a. d. Morning—Front Seals and Gallery, Reserved 110 Ereoing—Front Seats and Gallery, 0 15 0 Uoming—Second Seats, Reserved 0 10 6 ~ Ri served 7 ferial

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

23 Sep 1922

LEEDS TRIENNIAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL, OCTOBER 4th, sth, 6th, and 7th, 1922. CONDUCTORS: - Mr. ALBERT COATES. SIR HUGH ALLEN, M.A., D.Mus. CHORUS MASTER: .Dr. A. C. TYSOF. FESTIVAL ORGANIST: H. PERCY RIOHARDSON. Principals: Miss DOROTHYSILK, Miss ELEANOR PAGLT

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Leeds Times

Leeds Times Yorkshire, England

8 Sep 1883

LEEDS TRIENNIAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL, October 10th, 11th, 13th. and 13th, 1883. President THE DUKE OF ALBANY. Conductor SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN. BAND aud CHORUS of 420 Performers. Leader of the Rand Mr. J. T. CARRODUS. Principal Vocalists. — Mdme. Alwina Valleria

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