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Maurice Johnstone - Performances of His Works

Work Date Venue Performers Notes
A Welsh Rhapsody 15/09/1937 The Queens Hall, London BBC SO/Maurice Johnstone Henry Wood conducted rest of programme (not a Prom)
Dover Beach 31/10/1943 Usher Hall,  Edinburgh Roy Henderson, Reid SO/Sidney Newman  
04/12/1946 Royal Albert Hall Harold Williams, LSO/Charles Procter  
17/12/1946 Buxton Town Hall Robert Irwin, BBC Northern O/Maurice Johnstone  
Tarn Hows 1/5/1949 Kendal Festival BBC Northern O/Maurice Johnstone  
Tarn Hows 7 & 8/12/1949 Albert Hall, Manchester Halle/Sir John Barbirolli  
Tarn Hows 30/11/1950 Bournemouth Winter Gardens B'Mouth Municipal O/Maurice Johnstone Rest of concert conducted by Rudolf Schwarz
Banners 28/07/1951 Liverpool Philharmonic Hall Royal Liverpool PO/Maurice Johnstone  
Tarn Hows 06/08/1951 RAH BBC SO/Maurice Johnstone Malcolm Sargent indisposed
Banners 16/11/1951 New Free Trade Hall, Manchester   First piece played at concert attended by Queen Elizabeth
Banners 29/11/1951 Bournemouth Winter Gardens B'Mouth Municipal O/Charles Groves  
Banners 18/07/1952 Cheltenham Town Hall Halle/Sir John Barbirolli Cheltenham Festival
The Oak and the Ash 26/08/1953 RAH Halle/Maurice Johnstone Prom Concert
Dover Beach 14/08/1958 RAH Hervey Alan, LSO/Maurice Johnstone  
Ballad for Saxophone and Orchestra 18/12/1985 Unknown John Harle, Ulster O/Christopher Wordsworth Broadcast in Matinee Musicale on BBC R3

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