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Papers re work life

  • GB GB1179 JW-JW/8-JW/8/2
  • Unidad documental compuesta
  • 1946-1990
  • Parte deJohn Wray archive

Catalogues of works, correspondence and papers re work with RNCM and Oxford University, 4 tuning forks

Tuesday Mid-Day Concerts programme

  • GB GB1179 DL-DL/1-DL/1/385
  • Unidad documental simple
  • 24-Oct-72
  • Parte deDavid Lloyd Papers

Features David Lloyd as accompanist Other performers: Janet Watts and Roger Bryson Features an advertisement for the "Northern College of Music" in the run-up to its opening

Felton's Gavotte

Photocopied published MS known as Felton's Gavotte by Rev Mr William Felton. The basis for recorder and piano for Thomas Pitfield's memorial concert at RNCM Dec 2000, Arthur Butterworth's contribution.

Royal Northern College of Music archive

  • GB GB1179 RNCM
  • Colección
  • 1964-present

This collection consists of the institutional archive of the Royal Northern College of Music from its formation in 1973 to the present. It is not complete, some sections of the catalogue are rather thin but some sections are fairly comprehensive s...

Royal Northern College of Music (1972-present)

Papers of Dennis Jones relating to the death of Thomas Pitfield

Letters from Dennis Jones concerning the death of Thomas Pitfield to Alice Pitfield, the Pitfield Trust, and the Royal Northern College of Music; programme of a concert held in memory of Thomas Pitfield; and a sketch by Thomas Pitfield.

Jones, Dennis McKay (c.1930-2003), physician

Letter, 28 Dec 1973

Manuscript letter in which Carroll thanks Hubert for the calendar of Swiss views and wonders whether he will he will be visiting England. She updates him on the new College, that is now the Royal Northern College of Music. "I bet Miss Collens...

Letter, 31 Dec 1970

Manuscript letter in which Collens thanks Hubert for the calendar of Switzerland. She hopes his family is well and that his work is also going well. She reminisces about the time he played at one of the London orchestras conducted by Stanley Pope....

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