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Hubert Eisdell at the Proms 1912-1929 

At the New Queen’s Hall, cond. Henry Wood, except where piano accompanied.
 
Saturday, 31 August 1912
Arthur Goring Thomas: Esmeralda - ‘And she says true… O vision entrancing’
Liza Lehmann: Little Love Songs - No. 1 There’s a bird beneath my window/ No. 4 If I were a bird. (pno. Frederick Kiddle)
 
Wednesday, 18 September 1912
Borodin: Prince Igor - ‘Slowly the day died away… Come, give answer (Vladimir’s Cavatina)
Hermann Löhr: Songs of Romance - Life has sent me many Roses (pno Kiddle) Proms Première
 
Friday, 4 October 1912
Handel: Jephtha HWV 70 - ‘Deeper, and deeper still’ Act 2/ ‘Waft her angels, through the skies’ Act 3
Hermann Löhr: Where my caravan has rested (pno. Kiddle)
 
Saturday, 30 August 1913
Arthur Goring Thomas: Esmeralda - ‘And she says true… O vision entrancing’
Algernon Austin: Dewdrops (pno. Kiddle)
Robert Coningsby Clarke: Red Devon by the Sea (pno. Kiddle)
 
Saturday, 23 August 1919
Liza Lehmann: In a Persian Garden - No. 20 Ah, moon of my delight
Montague Phillips: Only a violet (pno. Kiddle)
 
Friday, 12 September 1919
Handel: Semele HWV 58 - ‘Where’er you walk’
Haydn Wood: O Flower Divine (pno. Kiddle)
 
Thursday, 2 October 1919
Bizet: Carmen - ‘La fleur que tu m’avais jetée’
Montague Phillips: Heart of Spring (pno. Kiddle) World Première
 
Wednesday, 15 October 1919
J. Weston Nicholl: My Flower the Fairest (pno. Kiddle)
Goring Thomas: Esmeralda - O vision entrancing
 
Saturday, 27 August 1921
Goring Thomas: Esmeralda - O vision entrancing
Robert Coningsby Clarke: On the way to Kew (pno. Kiddle) World Première
 
Tuesday, 6 September 1921
Borodin: Prince Igor - ‘Slowly the day died away…Come, give answer’
Thomas Morris: Little Fairy Tale (pno. Kiddle)
 
Wednesday, 28 September 1921
Liza Lehmann: In a Persian Garden - No. 20 Ah, moon of my delight
Robert Coningsby Clarke: On the way to Kew (pno. Kiddle)
 
Thursday, 20 October 1921
Handel: Semele HWV 58 -‘Where’er you walk’
Montague Phillips: Songs Op. 30 - Dolorosa (pno. Kiddle)
 
Saturday, 26 August 1922
Liza Lehmann: In a Persian Garden -‘Ah, moon of my delight’
Eric Coates: I pitch my Lonely Caravan at Night’ (pno.Kiddle)
Robert Coningsby Clarke: Red Devon by the Sea (pno. Kiddle)
 
Thursday, 31 August 1922
Debussy: L’enfant prodigue - ‘ Ces airs joyeux… O temp , à jamais effacé (Air de Azaël)
Montague Phillips: Songs (pno. Kiddle) World Première
 
Wednesday, 20 September 1922

Hubert Parry: Birds - Hoopoe’s Song
Catherine (Kitty) Parker: Speak of Love again (pno. Kiddle) World Première
 
Friday, 13 October 1922
Bach: Mass in B minor BWV 232 (arr. Henry Wood) -No. 23 Benedictus
Hermann Löhr: Beauty (pno. Kiddle) World Première
 
Friday, 17August 1923
Bach: Mass in B minor BWV 232 (arr. Henry Wood) - No. 23 Benedictus
Roger Quilter: English Love Lyrics, Op. 24 - Go, Lovely Rose (pno. Kiddle)
 
Saturday, 22 September 1923
Massenet: Manon - No. 15b ‘Instant charmant [Dream Song] /No. 15c En fermant les yeux
Robert Coningsby Clarke: Red Devon by the Sea (pno. Kiddle)
 
Thursday, 4 October 1923
Debussy: L’enfant prodigue - ‘Ces airs joyeux…O temps, à jamais effacé (Air d’Azaël)
Robert Coningsby Clarke - Colinette (pno. Kiddle)
 
Wednesday, 17 October 1923
Goring Thomas: Esmeralda - ‘And she says true… O vision entrancing
Hubert Wilfred-Jones: Glimpses, Shepherd’s Love Song (Diaphenia) (pno. Kiddle) Proms Premières
 
Saturday, 13 September 1924
Donizetti: L’Elisir d’amore - Una furtiva lagrima
Catharine (Kitty) {Parker: Desirée (pno. Kiddle) World Première
 
Wednesday, 17 September 1924
Borodin: Prince Igor -‘Slowly the day died away… Come give answer’
Roger Quilter: Go, lovely Rose (pno. Kiddle)
 
Friday, 23 September 1924
Mozart: Don Govanni K. 527 - Dalla sua pace
Haydn Wood: Look into your Garden (pno. Kiddle) World Première
 
Thursday, 2 October 1924

Handel: Semele HWV 58 - Where’er you walk
Catharine (Kitty) Parker): Desirée (pno. Kiddle)
 
Friday, 17 October 1924
Bach: Mass in B minor BWV 232 (arr. Henry Wood) - No. 23 Benedictus
Haydn Wood: Look into your Garden (pno. Kiddle)
 
Wednesday, 12 August 1925
Bach: Mass in B minor BWV 232 (arr. Henry Wood) - No.23 Benedictus
Roer Jalowicz: Rose and the Musk (arr. Kiddle) World Première
 
Saturday, 5 September 1925
Debussy: L’enfant prodigue - ‘Ces airs joyeux…O temps, à jamais effacé (Air d’Azaël)
Haydn Wood: Dearest, I love the morning (pno.Kiddle) World Première
 
Wednesday, 9 September 1925
Handel: Semele HWV 58 - Where’er you walk
Raymond Loughborough: High on the Sleepy Hills (pno. Kiddle) World Première
 
Tuesday, 22 September 1925
Mozart: Die Zauberflöte [The Magic Flute] K. 620 - NO. 3 ‘Dies Bildnes ist
bezaubernd schön [O loveliness beyond compare; This image is enchantingly lovely]
Eric Coates: Little Green Balcony (pno. Kiddle)
 
Thursday, 1 October 1925
Borodin: Prince Igor - ‘Slowly the day died away…Come, give answer (Vladimir’s cavatina)
Haydn Wood: Dearest I love the morning (pno. Kiddle)
 
Friday, 16 October 1925
Handel: Susanna HWV 66 - Ask if you damask rose’
Dorothy Forster - The scent still clings to the roses (pno. Kiddle)
 
Thursday, 19 August 1925
Borodin: Prince Igor -‘Slowly the day died away… Come, give answer [Vladimir’s cavatina]
Roger Quilter: English Love Lyrics - No. 3 Go, lovely rose (pno. Kiddle)
 
Saturday, 28 August 1926
Debussy: L’enfant prodigue - ‘Ces des airs joyeux…O temps, à jamais efficé [Air d’Azaël]
James F. Hanley: Just a cottage small (pno. Kiddle)
 
Wednesday, 8 September 1926
Mozart: Die Zauberflöte [The Magic Flute] K. 620 - No. 3 ‘Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schön [O loveliness beyond compare; This image is enchantingly lovely]
Robert Coningsby Clarke: Daphne (pno. Kiddle)
 
Tuesday, 21 September 1926
Handel: Susanna HWV 66 - Ask if you damask Rose
Eric Coates: Brown eyes I love (pno. Kiddle)
 
Friday, 1 October 1926
Bach: Mass in B minor BVW232 (arr. Henry Wood) - No. 23 Benedictus
Eric Coates: Bird Songs at Eventide (pno. Kiddle)
 
Thursday, 14 October 1926
Handel: Semele HWV 58 - ‘Where’er you walk
Haydn Wood: Dearest, I love the morning (pno. Kiddle)
 
Saturday, 28 September 1929
Borodin: Prince Igor - ‘Slowly the day died away… Come, give answer [Vladimir’s Cavatina]
Robert H. Johnson: Have you seen but a whyte lillie grow? [So sweet is she] (pno. Beverley Mason]
Henry Lawes: Man’s life is but vain, for ‘tis subject to pain [The Angler’s Song] (pno. Beverley Mason)
 
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