Third Subscription Concert
Bath: Assembly Rooms
Time: Evening, Eight o’Clock
Tickets: 7s. each, Gallery, 3s.
|*From Il sacrificio d’Abramo: Recit. and |
Aria, ‘Ah parlate, che forse tacendo’
|Piano Fantasia, The Recollections of Ireland|
with Orchestral Accompaniments
|Free Piano Fantasia||Mr. Moscheles|
|Principal Vocalists: Miss Childe, Miss Farrar (her last performance this season); Mr. B. Taylor Curioni|
|Principal Instrumentalists: Messrs. Bochsa, Gutteridge, Moscheles|
|Leader: Mr. John Loder; Conductor: Mr. Windsor|
Programme Notes: The piano brand was Érard.
Moscheles: Certainly I thought myself so much out of practice that I doubted my success; the public, however, thought otherwise. [RMM, 148.]
Account book (1829)
Von Mr. Loder für mein Spielen im Bath Concert 30 Guineas, und nach Abzug der Reisekosten für mich ŭ Charlotte ŭ einigen kleinen Geschenken für Coffield ŭ den Kindern — — — — £20.15.—
Keenes’ Bath Journal (January 5, 1829): 2.
ASSEMBLY ROOMS, BATH.
THE Subscribers and the Public are
Most respectfully acquainted, that the
FIFTH SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT
Of Vocal and Instrumental Music
Will take place on TUESDAY Evening next, Jan. 6
Directors.—Gen. Sir Wm. Cockburn, bt.; Admiral
Sir. H. Hayntun; Lieutenant-Colonel Kayne.
PRINCIPAL VOCAL PERFORMERS:
(Of the Philharmonic Concerts, and Italian Opera,
Theatre-Royal, Lyceum, London;)
(Her last Performance this Season;)
Mr. BIANCHI TAYLOR,
(Of the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden, his first Performance
At these Concerts;)
Mr. MILLAR, and Mr. SEGUIN.
In Part First, Mr. MOSCHELES will perform, on the Piano-Forte, his celebrated composition, “The RECOLLECTIONS of IRELAND;” and in Part Second, a FANTASIA, EXTEMPORE.
Leader . . . . . Mr. LODER.
Piano-Forte . . . Mr. WINDSOR.
The Doors will be opened at Seven, and the Concert commence at Eight o’Clock.—Tickets, 7s. each—Gallery, 3s.—to be had at Loder’s Music Warehouse, and at the Rooms.
☞ The Subscribers are respectfully requested to take out their Subscription Tickets at the Rooms, on the Monday previous to the Concert.
The Bath Chronicle (January 5, 1826): 3.
Mr. LODER’S Benefit Concert took place last evening the Rooms, and was attended by the principal persons of taste and fashion in Bath, for whom a rich treat was provided by the worthy leader and director of the Subscription Concerts. We regret that owing to a particular accident to our manuscript we ate not able at present enter into further particulars of this very admirable performance, which afforded to all present the utmost gratification, and was highly creditable to the distinguished taste and talents of Mr. Loder.