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Music Hall, Newcastle. A Series of Lectures, 1843

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PressmarkEvan.535
Heading or VenueMusic Hall, Newcastle
PlaceNorthumberland, Newcastle
TitleRise and progress of music. Music Hall, Newcastle. Mr. Topliff, organist of Trinity Church, Southwark, respectfully announces to the inhabitants of Newcastle and Gateshead, that on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, the 19th, 21st, and 23rd days of June, 1843, he will deliver, in the Music Hall, Nelson-street, a course of three lectures on the above interesting subject, during which he will perform pianoforte-fantasias, and introduce his celebrated musical glasses, with also a variety of vocal illustrations, serious and comic … Syllabus of the lectures … Doors open at half-past 7 o'clock: to commence at 8 precisely. Front seats, 1s. 6d.: back seats, 1s.: gallery, 6d. … To be published by subscription, under the patronage of Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Adelaide, H.R.H. the Duke of Cambridge, and His Grace the Archbishop of York, Mr. Topliff's second series of Sabbath's melodies. The work wil contain "By the rivers of Babylon," "Go to the ant," "Remember now the Creator," "Happy is the man," "The fool hath said," and "Millions of spiritual creatures." Price to subscribers, 10s. 6d.: non-subscribers, 15s. Names to be sent to Mr. Topliff, 51A, Trinity-square, Southwark
Size38 x 26 cm.
Date1843
Imprint[Gateshead] : Printed by William Douglas, Observer Office, Gateshead
GenrePoster
SubjectMusic - Addresses, essays, lectures; Sacred songs (High voice) with piano
NamesTopliff, Robert, 1793-1868
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