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Agnes Nicholls at the Proms 1902-1907 

At the New Queen’s Hall, orchestra, cond. Henry Wood, except where piano accompanied.
Saturday 23 August 1902
Carl Maria von Weber: Oberon J 306 - No. 13 Ocean! du Ungeheuer! [Ocean! thou mighty monster!]
Edward German: Who’ll buy my lavender? (pno. Percy Pitt)
Alberto Randegger: I Navaganti; [The Mariners] with Lloyd Chandos (tenor), David Frangçon-Davies (baritone) and Agnes Nicholls (soprano) (pno. Percy Pitt).
Friday, 29 August 1902
Verdi: La Traviata - ‘Ah! fors é lui
Charles Willoughby: Birds go North again (pno. Percy Pitt)
Charles Willoughby: Oh Blackbird, what a boy you are! (pno. Percy Pitt)
Saturday, 20 September 1902
Gounod: Roméo et Juliette - ‘Ah! Je veux vivre!’ [Waltz Song]
Arthur Sullivan: Let me dream again (pno. Percy Pitt)
Tuesday, 14 October 1902
Schubert: Allmacht, D 852
Charles Edward Horn: Cherry Ripe! (pno. Percy Pitt)
Thursday, 30 October 1902
Handel: Samson HWV 57 (arr. Henry Wood) - ‘Let the bright Seraphim’ with John Solomon, trumpet & orchestra.
Dudley Buck: When the heart is young (pno. Percy Pitt)
Friday, 31 October 1902
Elgar: Coronation Ode, Op. 44 with Lloyd Chandos (tenor), Edna Thornton (contralto), David Frangçon-Davies (baritone) and Agnes Nicholls (soprano) with the orchestra, augmented by the Band of the Coldstream Guards and the Queen’s Hall Choral Society, conducted by Edward Elgar. Proms Premiére
Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D minor ‘Choral’, Op. 125 with above soloists, orchestra and the Queen’s Hall Choral Society, conducted by Arthur W. Payne. Proms Première
Robert Batten: April Morn (pno. Percy Pitt)
Saturday, 26 October 1907
Hamilton Harty: Ode to a Nightingale
Verdi: La Traviata - ‘È Strano! è strano!… Ah! fors è lui [I feel so strange…Perhaps he is the one]
Note: Data from the BBC Proms Archives  

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