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Music in Manchester: various papers Hallé, Charles (1819-1895), Knight; pianist, conductor, founder of Royal Manchester College of Music
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Letters from Sir Charles Hallé to Joachim

Two letters from Sir Charles Hallé at Greenheys to Joachim, 10th and 25th February 1895. In German (with English translations). Hallé makes arrangements for Joachim to play for him: the Brahms concerto for March 7th, and a duet with Wilma - the D...

Hallé, Charles (1819-1895), Knight; pianist, conductor, founder of Royal Manchester College of Music

Letter from Charles Hallé to his grand-daughter Cecile

Hallé thanks his dear "batty-puss" for her letter and the news of the family. He writes from Melbourne of the family members he has met in Sydney - perhaps one day Cecile will be able to visit them by travelling by the submarine cable -...

Hallé, Charles (1819-1895), Knight; pianist, conductor, founder of Royal Manchester College of Music

Letter from Charles Hallé to Miss Bell

Hallé suggests a different date and time for his visit in December to Miss Bell in Northwich, which would suit his family much better.

Hallé, Charles (1819-1895), Knight; pianist, conductor, founder of Royal Manchester College of Music

Letter from Sir Charles Hallé to Charles Fuchs

Letter in response to a letter from Fuchs - Hallé cannot exempt him from concerts in cities other [than Manchester] in which the entire orchestra has to participate - there will 8-10 concerts in London, Leeds and Bradford. Furthermore departure f...

Hallé, Charles (1819-1895), Knight; pianist, conductor, founder of Royal Manchester College of Music

Letter from Sir Charles Hallé concerning Red Hall Chapel choir

Letter possibly to J.O. Bridge (father of Geoffrey Bridge) who lived in Buxton. Hallé will be using 12 members of the choir of Red Hall Chapel [Audenshaw, Lancs]. Dating is very rough: paper watermark is 1858; Red Hall Chapel was drowned in the ...

Hallé, Charles (1819-1895), Knight; pianist, conductor, founder of Royal Manchester College of Music