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Muriel Foster at the Proms, 1902  

New Queens Hall, orchestra, cond. by Henry Wood & others, except when piano accompaniment is provided
Saturday, 13 September 1902
Gluck: Orfeo ed Euridice (arr. Henry Wood) - ‘Sposa! Euridice!...Che faro senza Euridice?’
Teresa del Riego: Song of Life [La vie est vaine] (pno. Percy Pitt)
Noel Johnson: Songs - No. 2 The River and the Sea (pno. Percy Pitt)
Wednesday, 17 September 1902
Tchaikovsky: Romances Op. 6 - No. 6 Net, tol’ko tot, kto znal [Nay, though my heart should break; None but the lonely heart/ No. 5 Otchevo? [Why so pale the roses?] w. Jacques Renard, cello
German: Merrie England - O Peaceful England (pno. Percy Pitt)
Monday, 22 September 1902
Wagner: Wesendonck Lieder - No. 5 Träume [Dreams]
Clutsam: Folk Song - White, white cloud (pno. Percy Pitt)
Wagner: Dors, mon enfant WWV 53
Clutsam: But you and I [Love has no understanding]
Saturday, 27 September 1902
Elgar: Sea Pictures, Op. 37 - No. 4 Where Corals Lie/ No. 5 The Swimmer
German: Merrie England- O Peaceful England (pno. Percy Pitt)
Saturday, 1 November 1902 cond. Arthur W. Payne
Purcell: Bess of Bedlam, Mad Bess, Z 370 - From silent shades
Teresa del Riego: Slave Song (pno. Percy Pitt)
Wednesday, 5 November 1902 cond. Arthur W. Payne
Gluck: Orfeo ed Euridice - ‘Sposa! Euridice!…Che farò senza Euridice’ arr. Henry Wood
Alma Goetz: Mélisande in the Wood (pno. Percy Pitt) Proms Première
Noel Johnson: Songs - The River and the Sea (pno. Percy Pitt)
Note: Data from BBC Proms Archives  







































































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