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Programme of Music in the Souvenir Programme for a Grand Bazaar held at Saint Matthew's Schools"

Saint Matthew's School, Church Road, Buckley

6 June 1906

see 139.26 for the cover and more information about the bazaar




Programme of Music


The Band of the 1st Flintshire (Buckley) Royal Engineer Volunteers (by kind permission of Major R.C. Davies, V.D., Commanding Officer) will perform the following Programme of Music in the School Grounds, on Wednesday Evening, June 6th, 1906, from 7 to 8.30 p.m.


Conductor - Bandmaster Arthur Griffiths


1. Grand March Veni Vidi Vici G. Hawkins

2. Overture Victoria Cross J.A. Greenwood

3. Waltz Prairie Flower Greenwood

4. Descriptive Fantasia Llewellyn H. Round

5. Selection Maritana Wallace

6. Chorus Hallelujah Handel

7. Selection Carmelite S. Cope

8. Polka Chrysanthemum Calvert

9. Selection Rob Roy arr. H. Round

10. March Gloria Mozart

Finale Rule Britannia and God Save the King



The Royal Buckley Old Town Band will perform the following Programme of music in the School Grounds, on Thursday Evening, June 7th, 1906, from 7 to 8-30 p.m.


Conductor - Bandmaster James Griffiths


1. Grand March Australasian W. Rimmer

2. Selection Bohemian Girl Balfe

3. Selection Le Pre aux Cleres Harold

4. Cornet Polka Ida and Dot Auber

5. Selection Cinq Mars Gounod

6. Selection Satanella Balfe

7. Waltz Blue Danube J. Straus

8. Welsh Fantasia Llewellyn Round

Finale God save the King

Engineer Band Secretary - Mr Edward Edwards, Little Mountain, Buckley, Nr Chester

Town Band Secretary - Mr Noah Humphreys, Brunswick Road, Buckley, Nr Chester


Both the above Bands have very kindly given their services to the Bazaar Committee, and either of them are open at any time for engagement for Garden Parties, Festivals, etc., on application to the Secretaries.

Author: Royal Buckley Town Band


Year = 1906

Month = June

Day = 6

Building = School

Event = Social/Entertainment

Gender = Mixed

Landscape = National Park

People = Group

Extra = Entertainment

Extra = Music

Extra = 1900s

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