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Royal Manchester College of Music (1893-1973) Brodsky, Adolph Davidovich (1851-1929), Violinist, Principal of the Royal Manchester College of Music
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Programme of the Brodsky Memorial Concert

  • GB GB1179 AB-AB/142a & b
  • Unidad documental simple
  • 1929
  • Parte deBrodsky Papers

This concert was in aid of the fund to establish a scholarship to the memory of the late Dr. Brodsky. There is a list of donations received up-to-date.. This concert took place in the Free Trade Hall on Friday 15 March 1929. The Orchestra was le...

Royal Manchester College of Music (1893-1973)

RMCM report and student's card: Miss Edith J. Coward

Timetable for first year: subjects studied were singing, piano, harmony, choir, opera, sight singing/musical dictation, elocution, literature, Italian, French. With short report for each subject by the responsible professor, and with principal...

Royal Manchester College of Music (1893-1973)

Reports and testimonial for Emily Rimmer

Report for 1st and 2nd years of college work - principal study violin (with Brodsky), second study piano. Also studied harmony (with Carroll). With programme for Open Practice Thursday 13th June 1907, at which she played Beethoven "Romance ...

Royal Manchester College of Music (1893-1973)

RMCM reports and student's cards: Marion Webster

Timetable for first year: subjects studied were piano, violin, harmony, quartet. Second year, same subjects with the addition of ensemble, orchestra and musical dictation. With short report for each subject by the responsible professor, and with ...

Royal Manchester College of Music (1893-1973)

Photograph of staff and students of the Royal Manchester College of Music

Black and white photograph of staff and students of the RMCM, including Principal Adolph Brodsky, Walter Carroll, Alfred Barker and Edward Isaacs. Also included are a CD containing a digital image of the photograph, and a photocopied sheet of not...

Royal Manchester College of Music (1893-1973)