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Miriam Licette at the Proms 1923-1936 

At the New Queen’s Hall, with Henry Wood Orchestra, and BBC Symphony, cond. Henry Wood, except where piano accompanied. Also with Harty, Hallé Orchestra.
Saturday, 13 October 1923
Gounod: Faust -‘O! Dieu! Que de bijoux!...Ah! Je ris de me voir!’ (Jewel Song)
Guy d’Hardelot: Sometimes in my Dreams w. W. W. Thompson, organ
Saturday, 10 September 1927
Gounod: Roméo et Juliette -‘Ah ! je veux vivre (Waltz Song)
Irina Poldowski: Spleen (pno. Frederick Kiddle)
Felix Fourdrain: Papillon, Op. 77 (pno. Kiddle)
Gabriel Grovlez: Guitares et Mandolines (pno. Kiddle)
Saturday, 24 September 1927
Charpentier: Louise - Depuis le jour
Hugo Wolf: Spanisch Liederbuch - No. 12 In dem Schatten meiner Locken [In the shadow of my tresses] (pno. Kiddle)
Richard Strauss: Songs, Op. 17 Ständchen (Serenade) (pno. Kiddle)
Hugo Wolf: Mörike Lieder (Gedichte von Eduard Mörike) - No. 17 Der Gärtner (The Gardener) (pno. Kiddle)
Tuesday, 11 September 1928
Massenet: Hérodiade - ‘Celui dont la parole… Il est doux’ (With his very words…He is kind)
Henri Duparc: Chanson triste (Sorrowful Song) (pno. Berkeley Mason) Proms Première
Ernest Chausson: Mélodies, Op. 2 Les papillons (pno. Berkley Mason) Proms Première
Alexandre Georges: Chanson de Miarka - Hymne au soleil (pno. Berkeley Mason)
Monday, 17 September 1928
Schubert: Die Schöne Müllerin, Op. 25 D 795 - No. 2 Wohin? [Whither?] (pno. Berkeley Mason)
Schubert: Die Forelle (The Trout) D 550 (pno Berkeley Mason)

Friday, 27 September 1929
Mozart: Le Nozze di Figaro K 492 - ‘E Susann non vien!... Dove sono
Hugo Wolf: Bescheidene Liebe (pno. Berkeley Mason)
Mahler:Des Knaben Wunderhorn - No. 4 Wer hat dies Liedlein erdacht? [Who was it thought up this song?] (pno. Berkeley Mason )
Wednesday, 28 May 1930 with Hallé Orchestra, cond Hamiton Harty
Gounod: Faust - No. 24 - Il ne revient pas’ with Miriam Licette (Marguerite), Heddle Nash (Faust), Robert Easton (Méphistophélès), Elsie Boardman (Marthe ).
Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg - Prelude Act 3; Selig, wie die Sonne (Quintet); Sankt Krispin, lobet ihn! (Entry of the Guilds); Morgenlich leuchtend in rosigem Schein (Walther’s Prize Song); Verachtet mir die Meister nicht (Sachs; Panegyric); Ehrt eure deutschen Meister (Final Chorus) with Miriam Licette (Eva), Heddle Nash (Walther), Robert Easton (Hans Sachs), Elsie Boardman (Magdalene), Alan Brooks (Pogner), Leonard Platt (David)
Monday, 11 August 1930 with BBC Symphony Orchestra, cond. Henry Wood
Wagner: Tannhäuser - Allmacht Jungfrau (Elisabeth’s Prayer); Dich teure Halle, grüss ich wieden (Elisabeth’s Greeting)
Grieg: Melodies, Op. 33 - No. 2 Spring (Last Spring; Våren) (pno. Berkeley Mason)
Grieg Songs, Op 45 - No. 6 A Dream [Ein Traum] pno. Berkeley Mason)
Tuesday, 2 September 1930 with BBC Symphony Orchestra, cond. Henry Wood
Charpentier: Louise - Depuis le jour
Debussy: Fantoches (pno. Berkeley Mason)
Debussy: Mandoline (pno. Berkeley Mason)
Tuesday, 1 September 1931
Mozart: Ch’io mi scordi di te ? … Non temer, amato ben [I forget thee? Fear not, my love] K 505 (pno. Berkeley Mason) plus orchestra
Delius: Songs - No. 1 Indian Love Song [I arise from dreams of thee]/ No. 2 Love’s Philosophy (pno. Berkeley Mason)

Friday, 9 September 1932
Mozart: Il Re Pastore [The Shepherd King] K 208 - ‘L’amerò, sarò constante’ [Faithful to him my heart beats ever] (w. Charles Woodhouse, violin) plus orchestra.
Thursday, 22 September 1932
Mozart: Le Nozze Di Figaro K 492 -‘E Susanna non vien!...Dove sono’
Hugo Wolf: Spanische Liederbuch: No. 12 In dem Schatten meiner Locken [In the shadow of my tresses] (pno. Berkeley Mason)
Hugo Wolf: Mörike Lieder [Gedichte von Eduard Mörike] - No. 17 Der Gärtner [The Gardener] (pno. Berkeley Mason)
Friday, 13 January 1933
Mozart: Don Giovanni K 527 - ‘Crudele? Ah, no. mio bene!... Non mi dir’
Schubert: Gretchen am Spinnrade. D 118 (pno. Berkeley Mason)
Tuesday, 5 September 1933
Mozart:Le Nozze Di Figaro - ‘Giunse alfin il momento… Deh vieni non tardar’/Dove sono
Schubert: Ellens Gesang [Ave Maria; Hymne an die Jungfrau ] D 839 (pno. B. Mason)
Monday, 27 August 1934
Wagner: Lohengrin - No. 4 Einsam in trüben Tagen [Elsa’s Dream)
Friday, 28 September 1934
Gluck: Alceste - ‘Où suis-je?... Non! Ce n’est point un sacrifice!’
Pizzetti: Pastori [The Shepherd] (pno. Berkeley Mason)
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