MS 5782
Papers of Dr. William Arundel Orchard (1867-1961)



Scope and Content Note

Creator: Orchard, W. Arundel (William Arundel), 1867-1961

Title: Papers of W. A. Orchard

Date range: 1889-1963

Reference number: MS 5782

Extent: 42 cm (3 boxes) + 5 folio boxes

Administrative Information

Access: Available for reference

Provenance: The collection was donated to the Library by Orchard's family in 1973. Additions to the collection were made in 1977, 1978 and 1980.

The collection comprises principally music scores (both published and manuscript) composed or arranged by W.A. Orchard. Two other composers whose published works are included in this collection are Philip Wilkinson and Noel Nickson. Also included are newspaper cuttings, programs, photographs, letters and lecture notes.

Biographical Note

William Arundel Orchard, organist, pianist, composer and conductor, was born in London on 13 April 1867. He was educated privately and at Durham University, England (BMus 1893, DMus 1928).

In 1896 Orchard went to Perth as a choir director, later working in Hobart and New Zealand as a teacher, organist and conductor. He settled in Sydney in 1903 where he was the original conductor of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra in 1908 and conductor of the Sydney Madrigal and Chamber Music Society (1908-1915). Orchard worked at the NSW Conservatorium of Music from 1916 until 1934, succeeding Henri Verbrugghen as Director in 1923. In Hobart in 1935-1938 he taught the first degree course in music at the University of Tasmania.

Orchard published two books: The distant view (1943) and Music in Australia (1952). He was elected a fellow of the Royal College of Music, London, in 1931 and in 1936 was appointed O.B.E. Orchard died on 7 April 1961.

References: Australian dictionary of biography, volume 11 (1988)
Monash biographical dictionary of 20th century Australia (1994)


Series List

Alphabetical Order Index

Columbia History of Music through ear and eye      3      1     
[The], by Percy A. Scholes. Period II.  From the                
beginning of the Opera and Oratorio to the death                
of Bach and Handel.  (London: Oxford University                 
Press, 1931)                                                    

Deutschland: Thüringens Landeshauptstadt: Weimar.  3      1     
 Sightseeing pamphlet with B/W photographs                      

Easter Morn-a short oratorio.  Words adapted from  1      4     
the scriptures and written by Mr Charles Karlyle,               
1892.  Words only                                               

Festivals of the Bavarian State Theatres, Munich,  3      6     
August 1-September 5, 1926.  Richard Wagner,                    
Prince-Regent-Theatre. W.A.                                     
Mozart,Residence-Theatre. Contains Plans of both                
Theatres. [4 p.]                                                

Gerhardt, Elena [Picture]                          3      1     

The Gramophone [magazine], February 1952           3      4     

The Gramophone [magazine], April 1952              3      4     

The Gramophone [magazine], June 1952               3      4     

The Gramophone [magazine], August 1952             3      4     

The Gramophone [magazine], May 1953                3      4     

The Gramophone [magazine], Coronation No., 1953    3      3     

The Gramophone [magazine], February 1954           3      3     

The Gramophone [magazine], February 1954           3      5     

The Gramophone [magazine], March 1954 [2 copies]   3      3     

The Gramophone [magazine], April 1954              3      4     

The Gramophone [magazine], May 1954                3      5     

The Gramophone [magazine], September 1954          3      5     

The Gramophone [magazine], October 1954                   3     

The Gramophone [magazine], December 1955           3      5     

The Gramophone [magazine], March 1958              3      2     

The Gramophone [magazine], April 1958 [2 copies]   3      2     

Guide through Nuremberg with a city plan.   3        7    
(4 page folded sheet)                                     

Guide through the music of Richard          2        3    
Wagner's 'The Ring of the Nibelung,'by                    
Hans Von Wolzogen.  Translated by Ernst                   
Von Wolzogen. 3rd Edition.  (Leipsic:                     
Feodor Reinboth, n.d.)  79 pages.                         

Hänsel & Gretel: a fairy opera in three     2        3    
acts by Adelheid Wette.   Book of Words.                  
[Title page only-book missing]                            

History and Odd Notes [Music] (Notebook),   FB 4     1    
W. Arundel Orchard, 1889-92.                              
1889-92-address: 120 Shepherd's Bush Road,                
London. 1892-c95-79 Elsham Rd.,                           
Kensington.                                               

Illustrated Almanac of the Bavaria State    3        7    
Theatres, Munich, 1932, with a                            
retrospective view at the season 1930/31.                 
Edited by Dr. Arthur Bauckner.(Munich:                    
Knorr & Hirth GMBH, 1932). 76 pages plus                  
plan of the Prinzregententheater.                         

L'Illustration, 30 Juillet 1932,            FB 5     1    
pp.419-426 plus 1 loose page on Mme de                    
Stael and on reverse side-Panneaux                        
Decoratifs pour la Salle des Fétes de                     
l'Hotel de Ville D'Arras.                                 

Invitation: An evening of Chamber Music     3        8    
will be given under the supervision of Dr                 
Arundel Orchard to which you are cordially                
invited.  This card will admit you to the                 
Royal Society's Room, Tasmanian Museum, on                
Thursday evening, August 20th at 8                        
o'clock. RSVP by 15th August 256 Davey                    
Street.                                                   

John Christian Bach-Speech Notes. By W.     FB 4     1    
Arundel Orchard.14 pages, plus 4 of music                 


Landes-Konservatorium der Musik zu          3        1    
Leipzig, gegründet 1843 von Mendelssohn                   
Bartholdy.  84 Studienjahr 1926/27.                       
Aufführungenund Konzerte. Direktion: Prof.                
Max Pauer. [80 pages]                                     

Lecture Notes-various-some dated.           1        3    

Leipzig [c1928].  Sightseeing pamphlet.     3        1    

Letter: To W. Arundel Orchard, of Hobart,   3        8    
Tasmania, from the Premier-congratulating                 
WAO on his O.B.E.                                         

Letters to and from 'The                    FB 4     1    
Herald'-cuttings-some letters, mostly                     
1938.                                                     

Letters-1908-1930's-various                 FB 4     3    

Magazine cutting: Bayreuth Idea and its     3        6    
British Application, pp. 645-48, plus 2 p.                
of photographs.                                           

Magazine cutting: Dr Hans Richter: an       3        8    
appreciation, by E.A. Baughan. (Windsor                   
magazine, pp.411-414).                                    

Malaya:  2 x bamboo pictures                FB 1     1    

Monthly Music Record [Magazine], December   FB 4     2    
1933, 63rd Year.                                          

Music (Words)-Booklet containing words to   3        7    
God Save the Queen;  The Queen's Song;                    
Coronation Music;  The Flag of England;  A                
Hymn of Praise (Lobgesang). (Novello, Ewer                
& Co., n.d.)  [Title page missing].                       

Music Quarterly [The], Title Page and       3        8    
Table of Contents & Illustrations, Vol.                   
XI, 1925.                                                 

Music Quarterly [The], Title Page and       3        8    
Table of Contents & Illustrations, Vol.                   
XII, 1926                                                 

Music Quarterly [The], Title Page and       3        8    
Table of Contents & Illustrations, Vol.                   
XII, 1927                                                 

Music score: All the Blue Bonnets,          FB 5     2    
arranged by W. Arundel Orchard. Original                  
MS.  4 pages.                                             

Music Score: An Idyl, Part-song for mixed   1        4    
voices, S.A.T.B. by Edward L. Sabin.                      
Music by Arundel Orchard.  (Paling's                      
Edition of Part-Music No. 53)  (London:                   
W.H. Paling & Co., 1910)  [11 copies]                     


Music Score: An Idyl, Part-song for mixed   1        4    
voices, S.A.T.B. by Edward L. Sabin.                      
Music by Arundel Orchard dedicated 'to my                 
friend Alfred Mistowski'.  (Germany: W.H.                 
Paling, 1910)  [12 copies]                                

Music score: Ariel, piano solo, by W.       FB 5     2    
Arundel Orchard. (Melbourne: Allan & Co.                  
Pty. Ltd., 1943).  5 pages.  Combined                     
with¾Waltzing Matilda an Australian song,                 
by Marie Cowan, arranged for piano solo by                
,Thomas Wood.                                             

Music score: Ariel, piano solo, by W.       FB 5     2    
Arundel Orchard. (Melbourne: Allan & Co.                  
Pty. Ltd., 1943).  5 pages.                               

Music score: Beethoven. Cherubini (Medea)   FB 4          

Music score: Caprice for Violin and         FB 4     4    
Pianoforte, by W. Arundel Orchard. 'For                   
Ruth'.  6 pages.                                          

Music Score: Come away, death - Madrigal     1        4    
for S.S.A.T.T.B.  Words by Shakespeare.                   
Music by Philip Wilkinson.  (Arnold's                     
Choral Music No.525, Ed. by Herbert                       
Howells) (London: Edward Arnold, 1954).                   

Music score: Concerto (Solo Part) for       FB 4     4    
Violin and Orchestra, by W. Arundel                       
Orchard.  14 pages.                                       

Music score: The Coquette: a comic opera    FB 1     1    
in Two Acts. Lyrics by W.J. Curtis. Music                 
by W. Arundel Orchard.  Full Score.  July                 
1904-5.  340 pages.                                       

Music score: Dance from 'The Emperor', Act  FB 4     2    
II, No.2½, by W. Arundel Orchard, 1906.  7                
pages.                                                    

Music score: Les Deux Grenadiers (The Two   FB 4     2    
Grenadiers).  Mélodie de Richard Wagner.                  
(London: Schott & Co., n.d.)  7 pages.                    

Music score: Dorian Gray. By W. Arundel     FB 4     1    
Orchard.  Original MS. pp.163-321.                        

Music Score: Dorian Gray, Act II.  By W.    2        1    
Arundel Orchard.  L.H.W. Vocal Parts.                     
Manuscript.                                               

Music score: Dorian Gray: a music drama in  FB 2          
Three Acts: Full Score, by W. Arundel                     
Orchard.  Book arranged from Oscar Wilde's                
Picture of Dorian Gray, by W. J. Curtin,                  
K.D., M.A., L.L.B.  1915-17.  211 pages.                  


Music score: Dorian Gray: a music drama in    FB 2           
Three Acts: Act II - Full Score 169 pages.                    

Music score: Dorian Gray: a music drama in    FB 2           
Three Acts: Act III - Full Score 106 pages.                   
('finished 10.i.17 at Kameruka, NSW').                       

Music score: Dorian Gray: a music drama in    FB 3     1     
Three Acts: Act III - by W. Arundel Orchard.                  
28 pages.                                                    

Music score: Dorian Gray, by W.J. Curtis and  FB 4     2     
W. Arundel Orchard. Valet. 3 pages.                          

Music score: Dorian Gray, Act II, [by W. J.   FB 4     2     
Curtin and W. Arundel Orchard] p.2-16                        

Music score: Dorian Gray - Act III. (Dorian    FB 3     1     
drawing room at Selby) 1 page, handwritten.                  

Music score: Dorian Gray: a music drama in    FB 3     3     
Three Acts, by W. Arundel Orchard                            

Act II - Trumpets, I & II.  14 pages.                         

Act II - Timpani.  9 pages.                                   

Act II - Trombone Basso.  9 pages.                            

Act II - Flutes I & II.  21 pages.                            

Act II - Horn IV.  10 pages.                                  

Act II - Trombones I & II.  14 pages.                         

Act II - Bassoons I & II.  23 pages.                          

Act II - Clarinets I & II.  24 pages.                         

Act II - Oboes I & II.  19 pages.                             

Act II - Horns I & II.  20 pages.                             

Act II - Horn III.  12 pages.                                 

Music score: Dorian Gray: a music drama in    FB 3     1     
Three Acts, by W. Arundel Orchard.                           

Act III - Flutes, 1 mo & 2 mo.  16 pages                      

Act III - Horns, 1 & 2 in F.  15 pages.                       

Act III - Violin, 1 mo.  11 pages                             

Act III - Trumpets, 1 & 2.  11 pages                          

Act III - Oboes, 1 mo & 2 mo.  16 pages                       

Act I - Violin, 2nds.  22 pages.                              

Act I - V'cello.   20 pages                                   

Act I - Viola.  21 pages.                                     

Act I - C. Basso.  17 pages.                                  

Act I - Violin, 1 mo.  20 pages.                              

Act I - Hidden Chorus for Dorian Gray. ('if                   
any use').  5 pages.                                         


Music score: Dorian Gray: an opera in Three            FB 3  
Acts, by W. Arundel Orchard.                                 

Act III - Basso.  11 pages.                                   

Act III - Viola.  12 pages.                                   

Act III - Violin 2nd.  13 pages.                              

Act III - Cello.  13 pages.                                   

Act III - Clarinets.  21 pages.                               

Music score: Dorian Gray: a music drama in    FB 3     1     
Three Acts, by W. Arundel Orchard.                           

Act III - Bassoons.  19 pages.                                

Act III - Horn 3 in F.  11 pages.                             

Act III - Trombones, 1 & 2.   7 pages.                         


Music score: Dorian Gray: a music drama in       FB 2       
Three Acts: Op.: 3 (finished Jan 1917).  191                
pages.                                                      

Music Score: Dorian Gray: an opera in Three      2     1    
Acts.  Handwritten summary manuscript, with                 
additions, deletions, etc., by W. Arundel                   
Orchard.                                                    

Music Score: Doth not wisdom cry - Anthem.  For   1     2    
Soprano Solo & Chorus of Boys or Women's voices             
by W. Arundel Orchard.  Words selected from                 
Proverbs VIII and Ecclesiastes XII.  (Chappel &             
Co., 1949).                                                 

Music score: Duncan Gray, arranged by W.         FB 3  2    
Arundel Orchard.  4 pages.                                  

Music score: Examples for Special Lecture on     FB 4  2    
Modern Music and its development.  Purcell                  
'Dido Areas'.  January 17, 1918.  4 pages.                  

Music score:  Excerpts reserved for the Ruins    FB 3  1    
of The Coquette or A Suicidal Policy.  By W.                
Arundel Orchard, 1905. ('My First and Best                  
Comic Opera.  Performed at the Palace Theatre,              
Sydney, August 28-September 2, 1905.  Eight                 
Presentations. [the clever and Gilbertian                   
Libretto by W.J Curtis, K.C., L.L.B.]').  32                
pages.                                                      

Music score: Fanfare, by W. Arundel Orchard,     FB 4  1    
1938.  1 page.                                              

Music score: Flowers of the Forest. Arranged by  FB 3  2    
W. Arundel Orchard. 4 pages.                                

Music score: Flying Dutchman (Overture)          FB 3  3    
Richard Wagner.  (London: Augener & Co., n.d.).             
 28 pages.                                                  

Music score: God of our Fathers, for Tenors and  1     2    
Basses. (Unpublished MS, 1915)                              

Music score: Hark! Hark the Lark, by             FB 5  2    
Shakespeare.  Set to music as a Madrigal by W.              
Arundel Orchard, 1956.  Original MS.  14 pages.             

Music score: Here awa', there awa'. Poem by      FB 5  2    
Burns.  Old melody arranged for chorus by W.                
Arundel Orchard, 29 November, 1912.  Original               
MS. 4 pages.                                                

Music score: Here awa', there awa'.  Poem by     FB 4  2    
Burns.  Old melody arranged for chorus by W.                
Arundel Orchard.  4 pages.                                  

Music score: I'll bid my heart be still - Part     FB 5  2    
Song.  Poem by Thomas Pringle. Old Border                   
Melody arranged by W. Arundel Orchard.                      
Original MS. 3 pages.                                       

Music score: Intermezzo for six Violoncellos,    FB 4  2    
by W. Arundel Orchard, 1932. Includes parts for             
Cello, Cello I, Cello II, Cello III, Cello IV,              
Cello V, Cello VI.                                          

Music score: Kyrie Eleison-Organ.  W. Arundel    FB 4  4    
Orchard, 1898. Original MS.                                 

Music Score: Love's Philosophy. Words by         1     2    
Shelley, Music by W. Arundel Orchard.  (Final               
version of original MS).                                    

Music score: Madrigal-Sonnet, by Edmund          FB 5  2    
Spenser, 1552-1599.  Music by W. Arundel                    
Orchard, Feb-Mar 1950. (Rough duplicate)                    
Original MS. 13 pages.                                      


Music Score: Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis, set   1     4    
to music in the Key of A Minor for Treble                   
Voices in two parts by Noel Nickson, 'with                  
compliments from NN, March 1956'.  (Novello &               
Co., 1956)                                                  

Music score: The Man in the Moon or A Trip to    FB 1  1    
Mars, words and lyrics by W.J. Curtis;  music               
by W. Arundel Orchard.  1907.  ("Much of the                
music of this was taken from our 1st Opera 'The             
Coquette'") 110 pages.                                      

Music score: The Mariner to the Dioscuri,        FB 4  2    
arranged for Male Chorus by W. Arundel Orchard              
from Schubert.  Poem by Mayrhofer. Arranged in              
1920.  3 pages.                                             

Music score: Monarch of Wine!  Drinking Song     FB 4  2    
from the new comic opera 'The Emperor'.  Words              
by W.J. Curtis.  Music by W. Arundel Orchard.               
(Sydney: John Sands, n.d.)  5 pages.                        

Music score:  The North Wind, by W. Arundel      FB 4  4    
Orchard.  1951-54.                                          

Violin, 1 mo - Leader.  2 pages.      Violin                 
¾2nd Desk.  2 pages.                                        

Violin, 1 mo.  2 pages.  [5 copies]    Violin               
- 2nd Leader.  2 pages                                       

Violin - 2nd Desk.  2 pages            Violin                
- 2nd.  2 pages  [4 copies]                                  

Viola - Leader.  2 pages                 Viola               
- 2nd Desk.  2 pages                                         

Viola - 3rd Desk.  2 pages              Viola                
- 4th Desk.  2 pages                                         

V'Cello - Leader.  2 pages             V'Cello.              
2 pages  [2 copies]                                         

C'Basso - Leader.  2 pages            C'Basso.               
2 pages  [2 copies]                                         

Flute, 1 mo.  2 pages.                                      
Flute - 2nd.                                                 

Oboes 1 & 2.  3 pages                                       
Clarinets.  3 pages                                         

Bassoon, 1 mo.  2 pages                                     
Bassoon - 2nd.  2 pages                                      

Horn in F, 1 mo.  2 pages                Horn               
in F - 2nd.  2 pages                                         

Timpani.  2 pages.                                          


Music score: Overture to Coriolanus          FB 3   3       
(No.11), arranged by E. Pauer. L. Van                       
Beethoven, Op. 62.  26 pages.                               

Music score: Prelude to Fugue, by W.         FB 4   4       
Arundel Orchard.  21 pages.                                 

Music score: Recessional.  Written copy by   FB 4   2       
W. Arundel Orchard, 1911. 3 pages.                          

Music score: Recessional for Male Voices.    FB 4   1       
Words by Rudyard Kipling. Music by W.                       
Arundel Orchard.  4 pages.                                  

Music score: Recessional for Male Voices.    FB 4   2       
Words by R. Kipling.  Music by W. Arundel                   
Orchard.  4 pages.                                          

Music Score: Rhapsody in A Minor, for        1      2       
Piano, by W. Arundel Orchard, dedicated 'to                 
my daughter, Joan'.                                         

Music Score: Robert le Diable: Flute et      2      -       
Oboe, by Giacomo Meyerbeer. Original                        
manuscript.  233 pages, plus 24 loose                       
pages.                                                      

Music Score: Save us, O Christ - Anthem for   1      4       
S.A.T.B. (Unaccompanied). Words anonymous.                  
Music by Noel Nickson, 'for All Saint's                     
Choir, E. St. Kilda, Melbourne'.  (Octavo                   
Anthems Anth. 1322) (Novello & Co., 1956).                  

Music score: Scherzo. 3rd Movement.(Sketch   FB 4   1       
Only), by W. Arundel Orchard, Hobart, 1898.                 
 12 pages.                                                  

Music score: Scherzo for the Pianoforte,     FB 3   3       
composed by W. Arundel Orchard. (London &                   
NY: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.)  7 pages.                    

Music score: The Silent Land, words by       FB 3   3       
Longfellow, music by W. Arundel Orchard.                    
15/4/[19]02.  7 pages.                                      

Music score: The Silent Land, by W. Arundel  FB 5   2       
Orchard.                                                    
Flauti.  3 pages                                            
Oboi.  3 pages                                              
Clarinetti.  4 pages                                        
Fagotti.  4 pages                                           
Horns in F.  4 pages                                        
Trumpets in F for Cornet in B                               
Flat.  2 pages.                                             
Trombones, Alto & Tenor. 2 p.   Trombone,                   
Basso.  1 page                                              
Tympani.  2 pages                                           
Basso.  2 pages [2 copies]                                  
V'cello.  3 pages [2 copies]         Viola.                 
 2 pages [2 copies]                                         
Violin. 2nd. 2 pages [5 copies]    Violin.                  
1st mo. 2 pages [6 copies]                                  

Music score: Sonnet by Keats. Original MS    1      2       
dated 14/3/13-29/3/14 - to be revised and                    
scored for orchestra.  (Unpublished MS)                     

Music score: The Spectre's Bride.  Op.69.    1      -       
A dramatic cantata written by K.J. Erben.                   
Music composed for Soli, Chorus and                         
Orchestra by Antonín Dvorak. (London &                      
N.Y.: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.)                            

Music score: Stay, stay, sweet time - an      1      2       
original MS.  Sonnet by Michael Drayton,                    
1562-1619.  Music by Hora Fugit.                            
Rearranged by W. Arundel Orchard, June                      
1947.                                                       

Music score: Stay, stay sweet time, by       FB 3   2       
Michael Drayton.  Music by W. Arundel                       
Orchard.  11 pages.                                         

Music score: Sunday evenings at the          2      -       
Harmonium, Vol.II, by E.F. Rimbault                         
comprising Nos. 16-20, and Parts 5-6.                       
Various composers. Index at back of book.                   

Music score: Sweet and Low, by Joseph        1      4       
Barnby, arranged as a Two Part Song with                    
Pianoforte accompaniment.  Words by                         
Tennyson, arranged by W. Arundel Orchard.                   
(Paling's Edition of Part-Music No. 186)                    
(Sydney: W.H. Paling & Co. Ltd., 1934)                      


Music score: Theme and Variations (Now is    FB 5   2       
the Month of Maying), by Thomas Morley,                     
1575-1603 (1615), arranged by W. Arundel                    
Orchard, July-Aug-Sept 23, 1956.  Original                  
MS.  28 pages.                                              

Music score: Three Troubadour Songs, set to  1      2       
music by W. Arundel Orchard. Translations                   
by Jethro Bithell.  (Oxford Univ. Press)                    
[3 copies] Comprising:                                      
1. Winter, dedicated 'to my wife' (OUP,                     
1929)                                                       
2. Serenade,     "             "                            
(OUP, 1929)                                                 
3.  The return of Summer, dedicated 'to                     
Emil Süssmilch' (OUP, 1929).                                

Music score: To Blossoms - six part song      3      8       
unaccompanied, by W. Arundel Orchard.  Poem                 
by Robert Herrick, 1591-1674. (London:                      
Augener Ltd., n.d.). 11 pages.                              

Music score: [Madrigal] - 'To Blossoms', by   FB 3   2       
Robert Herrick, 1591-1674.  Music by                        
Cantabile.  7 pages.                                        

Music Score: Toccata: in the early manner.   1      2       
Piano Solo by W. Arundel Orchard.  (Chappel                 
& Co., 1943)                                                

Music score: Trio for Violin, Viola and      FB 4   4       
Pianoforte, by W. Arundel Orchard,                          
30/11/1939.  Original MS.  14 pages.                        

Music score: Trio in F major for Violin,     FB 5   2       
French Horn and Pianoforte, by W. Arundel                   
Orchard.  Pianoforte score.  (Slow movement                 
[the first] originally designed and                         
performed in New Zealand, Palmerston North,                 
1901 - WAO)   37 pages. Includes:                            
PROGRAMME:  NSW State Conservatorium of                     
Music, 1931 Season.  Sixth Chamber Music                    
Concert.  Wednesday, 4th November 1931.  2                  
pages. Violin score.  9 pages.   French                     
Horn score.    8 pages.                                     


Music score: Two Songs from the new Comic        FB 3      3       
Opera, 'The Emperor'. Words by W.J. Curtis.                        
Music by W. Arundel Orchard.  (Sydney: John                        
Sands, n.d.) The Love that Maid has Given, and                     
Than Heart that has known. 5 pages. [4 copies]                     

Music score: Two Songs from the New Comic        FB 4      2       
Opera, 'The Emperor'. Words by W.J. Curtis.                        
Music by W. Arundel Orchard. (Sydney: John                         
Sands, n.d.), 5 pages.                                             

Music score: Uller, the Bowman: a dramatic       FB 4      1       
poem. Words by W.J. Curtin, M.A., L.L.B.  Music                    
by W. Arundel Orchard.  (London: Laudy & Co.,                      
n.d.) 59 pages.                                                    

Music score: Up in the morning early.  Old       FB 5      2       
melody arranged by W. Arundel Orchard, 1910.                       
Original MS.  5 pages.                                             

Music score: Voices of Women.  Poem by Frank     1         4       
Prewett.  Music by W. Arundel Orchard.                             
(Paling's Edition of Part-Music No. 122)                           
(Sydney: W.H. Paling, n.d.)  [3 copies]                            

Music score: When passion's trance is overpast.  1         4       
 Madrigal for two Soprano, Alto, Tenor and                         
Bass.  Poem by Shelley.  Music by W. Arundel                       
Orchard.  (Novello's Part-Song Book No. 1517)                      
(London: Novello & Co., 1940)  [4 copies]                          

Music score: Wotan's Abschied und Feuerzauber    FB 3      2       
(Die Walküre) by Wagner. Full score.  Copied by                    
W. Arundel Orchard, 1908.  45 pages.                               

Music score: A Woodland Phantasy, by W. Arundel  FB 3      2       
Orchard, 1893-1919. (First performance - NSW                        
State Conservatorium Orchestra, Conservatorium                     
Hall, Thursday, 24th August 1922.- Programme                        
included.)  47 parts and score.                                    

Music score: The Wreck of the Hesperus - Ballad   FB 4      4       
for Chorus and Orchestra. Poem by Longfellow.                      
Music by W. Arundel Orchard, 6/9/1898 (1897).                      
Original MS.  23 pages.                                            

Music score: The Wreck of the Hesperus - Ballad   FB 5      2       
for Chorus and Orchestra. Words by Longfellow.                     
Music by W. Arundel Orchard, 6 November, 1898.                     
Original MS.  28 pages.                                            

Musical Times [The], April 1, 1912 - The          3         7       
Pseudo-Bach 'Luke' Passion, by E.W. Naylor,                        
p.233-36.                                                          

Musical Times [The], 1 January 1914 - Arnold      3         7       
Schönberg's Gurre-Lieder, by Ernest Newman.                        
p.11-13.                                                           

Musical Times [The], January 1, 1914 - The        3         7       
Childhood of the Whole Tone Scale,  by H.C.                        
Colles.  p.16-20.                                                  

Musical Times [The], January 1, 1914 - Elena      3         7       
Gerhardt.                                                          

Musical Times [The], 1 January 1914 - Friedrich   3         7       
Rust, his editors and his critics, by M.-D.                        
Calvocoressi.  p.14.                                               


Musical Times, [The], February 1, 1914 - The      3         7       
Rust Case: its ending and its Moral, by M.-D.                      
Calvocoressi.  p. 89-90.  The Reform of Church                     
Music: a review of the Morning Post                                
correspondence, by Walter G. Alcock, p. 91-92.                     

Musical Times [The], March 1, 1914 - The New      3         7       
Moussorgsky, by M.-D. Calvocoressi, p.157-59.                      
Oxford University Musical Club, 1000th meeting,                    
p.160-61.  Bach's last Fugues by Lawrence                          
Haward, p. 161-64.                                                 

Musical Times [The], 1 August 1916 - Brahms and   3         7       
the Waltz by Ernest Newman. p. 359-62.                             

Musical Times [The], August 1, 1916 - The         3         7       
Centenary of Schubert's 'Erlkönig',                                
p.365-66.                                                          

Musical Times [The], June 1, 1917 - The Present   3         7       
Trend by Ernest Newman,                                            
p.249-50; Claviersuites of the 17th Century by                     
J.S. Shedlock, p.250.                                              

Musical Times [The], October 1, 1917 - The        3         7       
Alleged stupidity of Singers,                                      
by Edward J. Dent, p.443-444.                                      

Musical Times [The], [magazine] December 1954,   1         4       
Vol.95, No.1342.                                                   

Musical Times [The], April 1959 - [cutting] -    3         6       
Sir Adrian Boult                                                   

Musical Times [The], April 1959 - [cutting] -    3         6       
Sir Thomas Beecham                                                 

Musical Times [The], April 1959: Handel and the  3         6       
Twentieth Century. pp. 191-200.                                    

Musical Times [The], September 1959 - Handel's   3         6       
dramatic oratorios and masques, by Winton Dean.                    

My Report on Tour (18 October 1928) by W.        FB 4      1       
Arundel Orchard. Newspaper cuttings.                               


Newspaper cutting: Ancient Opera by Gluck has     2       3     
First American hearing ('Iphgenia in Tauris')                   
Musical America, December 2, 1916. 2 pages.                     

Newspaper cutting: Mr H.V. Anson                  3       6     

Newspaper cutting: Travelling Virtuoso. Mr        3       6     
Wilhelm Backhaus                                                

Newspaper cutting:  Sir Thomas Beecham [4         3       1     
different cuttings]                                             

Newspaper cutting: Sir Thomas Beecham             3       6     

Newspaper cutting: Sir Thomas Beecham [bronze     3       6     
head]                                                           

Newspaper cutting: Sir Thomas Beecham             3       6     
[interpretation]                                                

Newspaper cutting: Sir Thomas Beecham, 80 today   3       6     
- [picture]                                                     

Newspaper cutting: Dennis Brain and his art [no   3       8     
citation]                                                       

Newspaper cutting: Books and Men, by Elzevir.     FB 5    1     
(July 2, 1932)                                                  

Newspaper cutting:  Le centenaire de la Mort de   FB 5    1     
l'Aiglon. (L'Illustration, 30 Juillet 1932)                     

Newspaper cutting: A conductor's Competition      2       3     
[picture] ¾The Times, 6 February 1961. (Boult,                  
Legge, Klemperer, Giulini)                                      

Newspaper cutting: Conductor's Farewell. Music &  FB 4    3     
Drama page by 'Themus'. The Mercury, Hobart,                    
November 1938.                                                  

Newspaper cutting: Conductor's queer ways with    2       3     
the classics,- Sir Malcolm Sargent. n.d.                        

Newspaper cutting: Crooning 'maudlin' stuff       3       8     
(Herald, Melbourne, 30 November 1944)                           

Newspaper cutting: Mr Colin Davis and the R.P.O.  3       6     

Newspaper cutting: An eccentric Fidelio,-         2       3     
Beethoven, Concert Hall, Bonn, 1959                             

Newspaper cutting:                                2       3     
a) Eighteenth-century music (letter from Thomas                 
Armstrong, Royal Academy of Music), The Times,                  
n.d.                                                            
b) Musical half-truth (letter from Walter                       
Emery), The Times, n.d.                                         
c) Eighteenth-century music (letter from Thomas                 
Armstrong), The Times                                           
d) Eighteenth-century music (letter from Stewart                
Deas, Dept. of Music,      Sheffield Univ.)                     
e) Who was Oriana.                                              


Newspaper cutting: A great new English Opera [A   2       3     
Midsummer Night's Dream]                                        

Newspaper cutting: 'Iphigenia [in Tauris]'        2       3     
scenery. By Claudio Muzio in 'Tosca'.                           
(Metropolitan has an eventful week). Musical                    
Times, December 9, 1916.                                        

Newspaper cutting: Liberal Messiah by Harold      3       6     
Nicolson.  The Observer, Sunday, Sept. 26, 1954,                
page 9.                                                         

Newspaper cutting: Life & work of a string        3       6     
quartet, The Times, November 28, 1960                           

Newspaper cutting: [Picture] Frontispiece to      2       3     
'Lohengrin', by Franz Stassen                                   

Newspaper cutting: London Symphony Orchestra,     3       1     
Conductor: Sir Edward Elgar [picture]  at                       
Queen's Hall.                                                   

Newspaper cutting: London triumph for Britten's   2       3     
Dream [A Midsummer Night's Dream - Royal Opera                   
House]. The Times, 3 February 1961.                             

Newspaper cutting: Loss to Music - William         FB 4    3     
Arundel Orchard.  The Mercury, Hobart, Friday,                  
December 9, 1938.                                               

Newspaper cutting: Made in Australia - Arundel     3       8     
Orchard's Music (The Triad, October 10, 1919,                   
p.39)                                                           

Newspaper cutting:  Sir Simon and Lady Marks.     3       6     

Newspaper cutting: Missing Concert Hall           3       6     

Newspaper cutting: Conductor of 102 Orchestras -  3       6     
Pierre Monteux                                                  

Newspaper cutting: The Midsummer Marriage, Royal  3       7     
Opera House                                                     

Newspaper cutting: The Monks of St. Bernard.      FB 5    1     
(Argus, 11 April 1931)                                          

Newspaper cutting: The Mount of Olives            3       1     
(Beethoven). Sydney Philharmonic Society                        
performance at Sydney Town Hall.  Conductor:                    
W.A. Orchard. [no date, probably Syd. Morn.                     
Herald]                                                         

Newspaper cutting: The Mount of Olives. Sydney    FB 4    3     
Philharmonic Society.                                           

Newspaper cutting: Mozart Genius at its Peak.     3       6     
'Die Zauberflote at Glyndebourne'.  The Times,                  
July 29, 1960.                                                  


Newspaper Cutting: Music Festival, SMH, Women's   2       3     
Supplement, Thursday August, n.d.                               

Newspaper cutting: Musical life in Australia      3       8     
(Adelaide Advertiser, 20 January 1945)                          

Newspaper cutting: Musical scrapbook.             3       8     

Newspaper cutting: A Musician looks back          3       8     
(Bulletin, December 6, 1944)                                    

Newspaper cutting: A Musician looks back. (The    FB 4    3     
Bulletin, December 6, 1944)                                     

Newspaper cutting: The Musicians-humours of the   FB 4    3     
Conference. (SMH, April 8, 1929).                               

Newspaper cutting: A New Britten Opera [A         2       3     
Midsummer Night's Dream]. Observer, June 5,                     
1960.                                                           

Newspaper cutting: Mr Orchard's 'Ring' Lectures   3       8     
(4 cuttings - Sydney Morning Herald, 4, 11, 18,                  
25, -1913.)                                                     

Newspaper cutting: Mr. Orchard's Ring lectures    3       8     
(Evening News, Sept. 1913)                                      

Newspaper cutting: The Ring (4 cuttings - Daily    3       8     
Telegraph, Sydney, September 4, 11, 18, 25,                     
-1913.)                                                         

Newspaper cutting: The Ring (Evening News,        3       8     
September 1913)                                                 

Newspaper cutting: The Ring lectures (Evening     3       8     
News, September 1913)                                           

Newspaper cutting: Shakespeare with Britten and   2       3     
Mendelssohn (1961)                                              

Newspaper cutting: Television's impact on taste,  3       6     
habits, & politics. The Times, no date.                         

Newspaper cutting: A Terrible suggestion          3       8     
(Evening News, September 1913)                                  

Newspaper cutting: Troilus and Cressida           3       7     
[December 1954]                                                 

Newspaper cutting: Troilus and Cressida by        3       7     
Ernest Newman. The Sunday Times, 5 December                     
1954.                                                           

Newspaper cutting: Troilus and Cressida: a New    3       7     
Opera [pictures]. The Times, Saturday, December                 
4, 1954.                                                        

Newspaper cutting: The Voracious appetite for     2       3     
Beethoven.                                                      

Newspaper cutting: Walton Opera is strong in      3       7     
Melody [Troilus & Cressida] [December 1954]                     

Newspaper cutting: Walton's Opera - a parallel     3       7     
with Wagner [December 1954]                                     

Newspaper cutting: Walton's 'Troilus and          3       7     
Cressida', by Eric Blom. The Observer, Sunday,                  
December 5, 1954.                                               

Newspaper cutting: The Wagner lecturer (Evening   3       8     
News, September 1913)                                           

Newspaper cutting: What Shall we live to see?     FB 5    1     
Historian Forecasts World Changes, by Prof. W.K.                
Hancock. (July 2, 1932)                                         

Notes: A dramatic performance of Hiawatha at      FB 4    3     
London. 14 pages plus 1 page of music score.                    


Notes: Frederick Delius..  6 pages plus 1 page    FB 4    3     
of music score. July 23 - Notes - Delius.  10                     
pages plus 1 page of music score.                               


Notes: Lecture on Opera.  31 pages.               FB 4    3     

Notes: Some Important Periods in the progress of  FB 4    3     
Grand Opera.  3 pages, plus 3 odd pages.                        

Oxford Press Bulletin, at the Clarendon Press,    3       1     
no. 325, 31 July 1929. [Serial].  Music: Books                  
and Sheet Music Publications, Five weeks ending                 
31 July 1929.  [notification of publication of]                 
Three Troubadour Songs, by W. Arundel Orchard.                  
Oxford Solo Songs. 1929. Royal 4to.                             

Photographs and pictures ¾scenic - of Rome,        FB 5    1     
Stratford-on-Avon, Germany, Austria, some Art                   
prints and newspaper and magazine cuttings. 41                  
pictures.                                                       

Poland America, [magazine] Music Number, May      2       2     
1932, Vol. 13, no. 5.                                           

Postcard: Die Walküre Akt III.  Brünhilde         2       3     
Schlaf.                                                         

Programme: 5.Sinfonie-Konzert unter Leitung von   3       1     
Erich Kleiber. Staatstheater Berlin. Staatsoper                 
am Platz der Republik. 23 März 1928.                            

Programme: The 1955-56 Borovansky Ballet Season.  2       3     
Third Programme from December 16 - Nutcracker.                   
Empire Theatre.                                                 

Programme: Armide (Gluck).  Opera in German.      3       1     
Royal Opera, Covent Garden. Wednesday, May 9,                   
1928.                                                           

Programme: Ausserordentliches Orchester.          3       7     
Konzert-Dirigent: Guido Binkau. Mitwirkend:  Das                
Wiener Sinfonie-Orchester.  Wiener Konzerthaus-                 
Gesellschaft, Grosser Konzerthaus-Saal, Samstag,                
3 März 1928. 14 pages +.                                        

Programme: Berliner Sinfonie-Orchester.           3       1     
4.Konzert.  Dirigent: Hermann Scherchen.                        
Mittwoch, 21 März 1928.  (with pencilled                        
notations) [1 p.]                                               

Programme: Bird in Hand, a comedy by John         3       6     
Drinkwater, with Laurence Olivier.  Royalty                     
Theatre, Dean St., Shaftesbury Av., W.                          
Commencing Wednesday, April 18, n.d.                            


Programme: Boris Godounov - Moussorgsky's Opera,  3       6     
in Italian. Royal Opera, Covent Garden,                         
Wednesday, July 4, 1928.                                        

Programme: Boris Godunow. (Moussorgsky).          3       7     
Sonntag den 4 März 1928. Opertheatre, Wien.                     

Programme: Bühnenfestspiele Bayreuth 1914. Der    3       6     
Ring des Nibelungen; Parsifal, [23 July 1914];                  
Der Fliegende Holländer [22 July 1914]                          

Programme: Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra        3       7     
(First appearance in England) Conductor: Ernst                  
von Dohnanyi.  Queen's Hall, Langham Place, June                
15, 1928.  6 pages plus 1 loose folded page.                    

Programme: Canberra Chamber Music Society         3       8     
- Second Concert, 1960. The Hall, University                     
House, Saturday, April 9, 1960.                                 

Programme: The Clouds of Aristophanes.  Music by  3       8     
Sir Hubert Parry.  Oxford University Dramatic                   
Society.  The New Theatre, Oxford, June 19th                    
-23rd, 1928.                                                    

Programme: Cosi Fan Tutte.  Staedtische           3       1     
Theater/Leipzig. Neues Theater. Dienstag, 27                    
März 1928.  (with notations by W.A. Orchard)                    

Programme: The Count of Luxembourg, (Lehar),      3       6     
Mosman Musical Society. Town Hall, Season 1926,                 
no. 73.                                                         

Programme: Fanny Davies ¾ Schubert-Schumann       3       6     
Recital. Wigmore Hall, Friday, June 8th [1928].                 
[2 p.]                                                          

Programme: Festival Bayreuth 1876-1928. Juli      2       2     
19th-August 19th, 1928. Tristan and Isolde;                     
Parsifal; Der Ring des Nibelungen.                              

Programme: Fidelio (Beethoven). Operntheater,     3       7     
Wien, Dienstag, 28 Februar 1928.  12 pages +                    

Programme: Il Gepuscolo degli dei (Wagner),       3       7     
Teatro all Scala, Milano, Stagione 1927-1928.                   

Programme: Götterdamerung.  Färberei J. Arnold,   3       1     
Munchen, Donnerstag, 8 März 1928.   (with                       
notations by W.A. Orchard)                                      

Programme: International Celebrity Concert.       3       1     
London Philharmonic Orchestra led by Arthur                     
Davison.  Conductor: William Steinberg. Soloist:                
Yehudi Menuhin. Royal Festival Hall, Thursday,                  
October 9, 1958.                                                

Programme: International Stiftung Mozarteum in    3       1     
Salzburg, Dienstag, 6 März, 1928.                               
6.Ordentliches.  Vereins-Konzert, der                           
Konzertgemeinde des Mozarteums, [4 pages]                       
incorporating Mozarthaus Wiener Saal,                           
Donnerstag, 8 März 1928 ¾Leiderabend, with Corry                
Nera (Sopran, Berlin) [loose pages]                             

Programme: Konzertgemeinde des Mozarteums in      3       6     
Salzburg. Orchester und Kammermusik Konzerte. 6                 
März 1928. [4 p.]                                               

Programme: Lohengrin.  Sächsische Staatstheater   3       1     
Opernhaus, Dresden, 1928. 18 März 1928.  (with                  
notations by W.A. Orchard)                                      

Programme: London Symphony Orchestra. Brahms.     3       1     
Conductor: Josef Krips. Wednesday, September 24,                
1958.                                                           


Programme: Luisillo and his Spanish Dance         2       3     
Theatre.  Her Majesty's, Sydney.  Season                        
commencing Friday, February 9, 1962.                            

Programme: Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor.       3       1     
Färberei J. Arnold, München. Freitag, 9 März                    
1928. (with notations by W. A. Orchard)                         

Programme: Madama Butterfly.  Music by Giacomo    2       2     
Puccini.  R. Teatro Verdi. Firenze, 1920.                       

Programme: The Madrigal Society, Inst. 1741       3       8     
- Programme for Tuesday, 12 December 1950.  On                   
the occasion of the visit of HM The Queen and                   
HRH Princess Margaret.  Tallow Chandlers Hall.                  

Programme: Maritza, by Emmerich Kalman.  State    2       3     
Opera Co. (NSW) Younger Set.  Elizabethen                       
Theatre, 3rd and 4th November, 1961.                            

Programme: Meiningen Orchestra Concerts, 1902.    2       3     
Conductor: General-Musik- Director Fritz                        
Steinbach.  Analytical notes by Donal Francis                   
Tovey. 5th Concert at St. James's Hall.                         

Programme: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg -       3       6     
Wagner's Opera, in German. Royal Opera, Covent                  
Garden, Thursday, May 10, 1928 [4 p.]                           

Programme: Mignon.  Stadt Theater Nünberg Fürth.  3       1     
 Neues Stadttheater am Ring.  Sonntag, 11 März                  
1928.  8 pages.                                                 

Programme: The Musical Association of Tasmania.   FB 4    1     
At Home. Hadley's Hotel, Wednesday, March 29,                   
1939.                                                           

Programme: NSW State Conservatorium of Music.     3       8     
Season 1933, Second Subscription Concert by the                 
Conservatorium Orchestra - Brahms Centenary                      
Festival, Conservatorium Hall, Wednesday, 12                    
April 1933.                                                     

Programme: NSW State Conservatorium of Music.     3       8     
Season 1933, Fifth Subscription Concert by the                  
Conservatorium Orchestra. Conductor: W. Arundel                 
Orchard.  Conservatorium Hall, Sydney,                          
Wednesday, 23 August 1933.  (includes WAO's                     
daughter, Ruth, on 2nd Violin, daughter Joan, on                
Viola, and son Rupert, on Violoncello.)                         


Programme: NSW State Conservatorium of Music.     3       8     
Season 1934, Third Subscription Concert by the                  
Conservatorium Orchestra and Choir.                             
Conservatorium Hall, Sydney, Thursday, 31 May                   
1934.                                                           

Programme: Oedipus Rex (Strawinsky)/Madonna       3       7     
Imperia.  Operntheater, Wien.   Montag, 27                      
Februar 1928. 11 pages + 8 p. loose.                            

Programme: Philharmonic Orchestra. Brahms.  With  3       1     
Carlo Maria Giulini and Hans Richter-Haaser.                    
Royal Festival Hall, Friday, 16 May 1958.                       

Programme: The Planets, Op.32, by Gustav Holst.   FB 5    1     
NSW State Conservatorium of Music.  Assembly                    
Hall, Monday, June 29, 1925.  Includes 3                        
newspaper cuttings re Performance ¾First                        
Orchestral Performance in Australia (Sun                        
Pictorial, June 30, 1925;  Argus, 3 December                    
1925; Herald, 3 December 1925)  Programme is 4                  
pages.                                                          

Programme: R. Vaughan Williams.  NSW State        FB 5    1     
Conservatorium, Assembly Hall, Friday, October                  
23, 1925.  4 pages.  Includes 3 newspaper                       
cuttings (Argus, 24 October 1925; Herald, 24                    
October 1925 [2]).                                              

Programme: Rachmaninoff.  Queen's Hall,           3       7     
Saturday, May 19, 1928.                                         

Programme: The Rape of the Belt, by Benn W.       2       3     
Levy.  Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust,                    
1960 Season, commencing February 6, 1960.                       

Programme: Richter Concert's, Summer Season 1891  2       3     
(19th series). Ninth Concert, Monday, July 20,                  
1891, at St. James's Hall.  Conductor: Dr. Hans                 
Richter.  pp.[425]-503.                                         

Programme: Rigoletto (Verdi). Teatro alla Scala,  2       2     
[1927-28]                                                       

Programme: Der Rosenkavalier.  Words: Hugo von    3       1     
Hofmannsthal.  Music: Richard Strauss.  Royal                   
Opera House, Covent Garden, Wednesday, 3 June                   
1959.                                                           

Programme: Der Rosenkavalier. Sächsische          3       1     
Staatstheatre Opernhaus, Dresden, 1928.  Montag,                
19 März 1928.                                                   

Programme: The Royal Ballet. Tour of Australia    2       3     
and New Zealand, 1958-59.  Empire Theatre,                      
Wednesday Matinee, November 5, 1958.                            

Programme: Royal Choral Society, 57th Season:     2       2     
Mass in D, Pianoforte Concerto in B Flat (No.                   
2), Choral Fantasia (Beethoven). Saturday                       
afternoon, April 28th, 1928.                                    

Programme: Royal College of Music: College        2       3     
Concert No. 879 (Chamber). Thursday, 21st June                  
1928.                                                           

Programme: Royal College of Music.  Music for     3       1     
Friday, June 5, 1959. 1 page.                                   


Programme: Royal Philharmonic Society. Programme  2       2     
of the Eighth Concert of the hundred and                        
sixteenth Season. (867th concert). Autumn 1927                  
and Spring 1928.  Tuesday evening at Queen's                    
Hall, W., May 1st, 1928.  Conductor:  Sir                       
Hamilton Harty.                                                 

Programme: Royal Philharmonic Society of Sydney,  3       6     
Concert version of Faust (Gounod),                              
Conservatorium Hall, Sydney, 22 November 1941.                  
Third Subscription Concert, Season 1941.                        

Programme: Royal Philharmonic Society. 147th      3       1     
Season.  First Concert. Director: Sir Thomas                    
Beecham, Bart. C.H.  Royal Festival Hall,                       
October 15, 1958.                                               

Programme: Royal Philharmonic Society of Sydney   3       6     
and the Hurlstone Choral Society, The Messiah.                  
Conductor: G. Vern Barnett and Vivian W.                        
Peterson.  Town Hall, Sydney, 22 March 1940.                    

Programme: Salad Days, by Julian Slade and        2       3     
Dorothy Reynolds. Mornington CEF Players.  St.                  
Peter's Hall, Mornington, January 16-19, 1963.                  

Programme: Samson, by George Frideric Handel.     3       1     
Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Monday, 8th                   
June 1959.                                                      

Programme: School for Fathers, by Ermanno         3       6     
Wolf-Ferrari.  The Elizabethan Trust Opera                      
Company, Opera 1969.  Her Majesty's Theatre.                    

Programme: Serge Koussevitzky.  Grands Concerts   3       6     
Symphoniques. 2nd Concert, 31 Mai 1928.                         

Programme: Sixth Song Recital by Amelita          3       6     
Galli-Curci. Galli-Curci Concerts, Town Hall,                   
Sydney, Wednesday, April 8, 1925.                               

Programme: Sydney Symphony Orchestra. Guest       3       8     
Conductor: Prof. Bernard Heinze.  Soloist:                      
Hepzibah Menuhin.  Town Hall, Sydney, Tuesday,                  
15th October 1946.  27 pages.                                   

Programme: Tannhaüser (Wagner).  Thèatre Royal    3       8     
de la Monnaie. [n.d.]                                           

Programme: The Tempest or The Enchanted Island.   3       1     
The Old Vic Company, Waterloo Road.  Purcell                    
Tercentenary.  Commencing 9th June 1959.                        

Programme: Tiefland, Text by A. Giumera von       3       7     
Rudolf Lothar. Musik von Eugen d'Albert.                        
Frankfurter Opernhaus, Freitag, 30 März 1928.                   

Programme: Troilus and Cressida (William          3       7     
Walton). Covent Garden Opera Chorus and                         
Orchestra.  Conductor: Sir Malcolm Sargent,                     
Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, 3 December                    
1954.                                                           

Programme: Turandot (Puccini).  R. Teatro San     2       2     
Carlo, 1927-28.                                                 

Programme: Turandot (Puccini).  Operntheater,     3       7     
Wien, Donnerstag, 1 März 1928. 12 pages +                       

Programme: The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.     3       7     
Conductor: Wilhelm Furtwängler;  Soloist: Yehudi                
Menuhin.  Royal Albert Hall, Thursday evening,                  
September 29 [no year].  20 pages.                              

Programme: Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.  A      3       1     
Goethe Festival Concert. Conductor: Wilhelm                     
Furtwängler.  Wednesday, September 28th, 1949.                  


Programme: The R.A.M. Club. Visit of Budapest     2       3     
Philharmonic Orchestra. The Royal Academy of                    
Music, Saturday 16 June, 1928.  Social and                      
Musical Meeting.                                                

Programme: Die Walküre (Richard Wagner). Royal    3       1     
Opera, Covent Garden. Wednesday, May 2, 1928.                   

Programme: Wiener Konzert-Verein, VI.             3       7     
Sinfonie-Konzert. Wiener Sinfonie- Orchester.                   
Dirigent: Leopold Reichwein.  Wiener                            
Konzerthaus, Spieljahr 1927/28.  10 pages +                     

Programme:  Woman in a dressing gown, by Ted      2       3     
Willis, starring Googie Withers.  Theatre Royal.                
 Season commencing on Saturday, December 22,                    
1962.  26 pages.                                                

Programme: Die Zauberflöte. Operntheater,         3       6     
Sonntag, 26 Februar 1928. [12 p.]                               

Regina Calton Hotel, Rom - Souvenir booklet with   3       7     
pictures of the hotel and of Rome (German text).                

Report on trip to London and the Continent, 1927  1       1     
by W. Arundel Orchard OBE, D.MUS (Durham), FRCM.                
 (Notes for The Distant View MS). Mostly typed                  
Manuscript, with corrections handwritten.                       
Bayreuth section handwritten on notepaper.                      

Roll of the Union of Graduates in Music.  1951.   FB 4    1     
70 pages.                                                       

Royal College of Organists.  Lectures by E.H.     2       2     
Thorne, Esq., and Dr. G.F. Huntley.  A course of                
lectures on the music of the English Church,                    
from the Reformation to S.S.Wesley, delivered by                
E.H. Thorne, Esq., FRCO, on May 18th and 25th                   
and June 1st, 1898. A lecture on the orchestra,                 
delivered by G.F. Huntley, Esq., Mus.D., FCCO,                  
on Saturday, April 23rd, 1898.  (London: C.                     
Jaques & Co., 1899)                                             


Salzburg Orchestral Academy & Allied Courses,     3       1     
est. 1929.  Curriculum, etc. 15 pages.                          

Städtische Oper, Berlin, 1928.  Blätter der       3       1     
Städtischen Oper.  pages [227]-239.                             

Strange Companions, a talk by Dr. W. Arundel      2       1     
Orchard.  Typed original manuscript.  10 pages.                 

The Times Literary Supplement, Thursday, January  FB 4    3     
10, 1924.                                                       

Versailles et les Trianons - Album artistique.     2       2     
English/French.  Booklet of coloured scenes.                    

Visit to Bayreuth for the Wagner Festival, by     FB 4    1     
one who was there. (W. Arundel Orchard).  27                    
pages.  (Handwritten MS).                                       

Vocal Gems, Vol.IV.  [Book].  London: Metzler &   1       -     
Co., n.d.                                                       

Weimar, Germany: the town of Goethe, Schiller     3       1     
and Liszt.  Sightseeing pamphlet, with B/W                      
photographs.                                                    

Weimar - Stadtplan  [Map]                         3       6     

Wybalena' [Card] by H. Leonard Greening, built    3       8     
1874.  [written inside: 'This is the house where                
Dr Orchard and his family lived from about                      
1923-29 and where the first rehearsals of the                   
newly formed Conservatorium Opera School were                   
held.  Also Dr Orchard held musicales every                     
Sunday afternoon and many visiting musicians                    
such as Kriesler, Heifitz, Backhaus, Melba, Dame                
Clara Butt, etc. were included amongst the                      
guests' - Ruth Goodwin Hill, nee Orchard (WAO's                 
daughter).]                                                     


Archival Order Index

Report on trip to London and the Continent, 1927 by    1    1    
W. Arundel Orchard OBE, D.MUS (Durham), FRCM.  (Notes            
for The Distant View MS). Mostly typed Manuscript,               
with corrections handwritten.  Bayreuth section                  
handwritten on notepaper.                                        

Music Score: Doth not wisdom cry - Anthem.  For         1    2    
Soprano Solo & Chorus of Boys or Women's voices by W.            
Arundel Orchard.  Words selected from Proverbs VIII              
and Ecclesiastes XII.  (Chappel & Co., 1949).                    

Music Score: When Passion's trance is overpast         1    2    
- Madrigal for two sopranos, Alto, Tenor and Bass.                
Poem by Shelley.  Music by W. Arundel Orchard.                   
(Novello & Co., 1940)                                            

Music Score: Sonnet by Keats. Original MS dated        1    2    
14/3/13-29/3/14 - to be revised and scored for                    
orchestra.  (Unpublished MS)                                     

Music Score: God of our Fathers, for Tenors and        1    2    
Basses. (Unpublished MS, 1915)                                   

Music Score: Love's Philosophy. Words by Shelley,      1    2    
Music by W. Arundel Orchard.  (Final version of                  
original MS).                                                    

Music Score: Rhapsody in A Minor, for Piano, by W.     1    2    
Arundel Orchard, dedicated 'to my daughter, Joan'.               

Music Score: Stay, stay, sweet time ¾an original MS.   1    2    
Sonnet by Michael Drayton, 1562-1619.  Music by Hora             
Fugit.  Rearranged by W. Arundel Orchard, June 1947.             

Music Score: Toccata: in the early manner.  Piano      1    2    
Solo by W. Arundel Orchard.  (Chappel & Co., 1943)               

Music Score: Three Troubadour Songs, set to music by   1    2    
W. Arundel Orchard. Translations by Jethro Bithell.              
(Oxford Univ. Press)  [3 copies] Comprising:                     
1.  Winter, dedicated 'to my wife' (OUP, 1929)                   
2.  Serenade,     "             "           (OUP,                
1929)                                                            
3.  The return of Summer, dedicated 'to Emil                     
Süssmilch'      (OUP, 1929).                                     

Vocal Gems, Vol.IV.  [Book].  London: Metzler & Co.,   1    -    
n.d.                                                             

The Cabinet Album - views of Edinburgh.  Black & White  1    -    
photographs with accompanying notes.                             

Music Score: The Spectre's Bride.  Op.69.  A dramatic  1    -    
cantata written by K.J. Erben. Music composed for                
Soli, Chorus and Orchestra by Antonín Dvorak. (London            
& N.Y.: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.)                               

Lecture Notes ¾various - some dated.                    1    3    

Musical Times [The], [magazine] December 1954,         1    4    
Vol.95, No.1342.                                                 

Easter Morn ¾a short oratorio.  Words adapted from     1    4    
the scriptures and written by Mr Charles Karlyle,                
1892.  Words only.                                               

Music Score: Come away, death - Madrigal for            1    4    
S.S.A.T.T.B.  Words by Shakespeare.   Music by Philip            
Wilkinson.  (Arnold's Choral Music No.525, Ed. by                
Herbert Howells) (London: Edward Arnold, 1954).                  

Music Score: Save us, O Christ - Anthem for S.A.T.B.    1    4    
(Unaccompanied). Words anonymous.  Music by Noel                 
Nickson, 'for All Saint's Choir, E. St. Kilda,                   
Melbourne'.  (Octavo Anthems Anth. 1322) (Novello &              
Co., 1956).                                                      

Music Score: Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis, set to      1    4    
music in the Key of A Minor for Treble Voices in two             
parts by Noel Nickson, 'with compliments from NN,                
March 1956'.  (Novello & Co., 1956)                              

Music Score: An Idyl, Part-song for mixed voices,      1    4    
S.A.T.B. by Edward L. Sabin.  Music by Arundel                   
Orchard.  (Paling's Edition of Part-Music No. 53)                
(London: W.H. Paling & Co., 1910)  [11 copies]                   

Music Score: An Idyl, Part-song for mixed voices,      1    4    
S.A.T.B. by Edward L. Sabin.  Music by Arundel                   
Orchard dedicated 'to my friend Alfred Mistowski'.               
(Germany: W.H. Paling, 1910)  [12 copies]                        

Music Score: Sweet and Low, by Joseph Barnby,          1    4    
arranged as a Two Part Song with Pianoforte                      
accompaniment.  Words by Tennyson, arranged by W.                
Arundel Orchard. (Paling's Edition of Part-Music No.             
186)  (Sydney: W.H. Paling & Co. Ltd., 1934)                     


Music Score: Voices of Women.  Poem by Frank Prewett.  1    4    
 Music by W. Arundel Orchard.  (Paling's Edition of              
Part-Music No. 122) (Sydney: W.H. Paling, n.d.)  [3              
copies]                                                          

Music Score: When passion's trance is overpast.        1    4    
Madrigal for two Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass.  Poem            
by Shelley.  Music by W. Arundel Orchard.  (Novello's            
Part-Song Book No. 1517) (London: Novello & Co.,                 
1940)  [3 copies]                                                

Music Score: Sunday evenings at the Harmonium,         2    -    
Vol.II, by E.F. Rimbault comprising Nos. 16-20, and              
Parts 5-6.  Various composers. Index at back of book.            

Music Score: Robert le Diable: Flute et Oboe, by       2    -    
Giacomo Meyerbeer. Original manuscript.  233 pages,              
plus 24 loose pages.                                             

Strange Companions, a talk by Dr. W. Arundel Orchard.  2    1    
 Typed original manuscript.  10 pages.                           

Music Score: Dorian Gray: an opera in Three Acts.      2    1    
Handwritten summary manuscript, with additions,                  
deletions, etc., by W. Arundel Orchard.                          

Music Score: Dorian Gray, Act II.  By W. Arundel       2    1    
Orchard.  L.H.W. Vocal Parts.  Manuscript.                       

Versailles et les Trianons - Album artistique.          2    2    
English/French.  Booklet of coloured scenes.                     

Programme: Madama Butterfly.  Music by Giacomo         2    2    
Puccini.  R. Teatro Verdi. Firenze, 1920.                        

Programme: Turandot (Puccini).  R. Teatro San Carlo,   2    2    
1927-28.                                                         

Programme: Rigoletto (Verdi). Teatro alla Scala,       2    2    
[1927-28]                                                        

Programme: Royal Philharmonic Society. Programme of    2    2    
the Eighth Concert of the hundred and sixteenth                  
Season. (867th concert). Autumn 1927 and Spring 1928.            
 Tuesday evening at Queen's Hall, W., May 1st, 1928.             
Conductor:  Sir Hamilton Harty.                                  

Poland America, [magazine] Music Number, May 1932,     2    2    
Vol. 13, no. 5.                                                  

Programme: Royal Choral Society, 57th Season: Mass in  2    2    
D, Pianoforte Concerto in B Flat (No. 2), Choral                 
Fantasia (Beethoven).                                            



Saturday afternoon, April 28th, 1928.                            

Programme: Festival Bayreuth 1876-1928. Juli           2    2    
19th-August 19th, 1928.                                          

Tristan and Isolde; Parsifal; Der Ring des                       
Nibelungen.                                                      

Royal College of Organists.  Lectures by E.H. Thorne,  2    2    
Esq., and                                                        

Dr. G.F. Huntley.  A course of lectures on the music             
of the English                                                   


Church, from the Reformation to S.S.Wesley, delivered            
by E.H.                                                          

Thorne, Esq., FRCO, on May 18th and 25th and June                
1st, 1898.                                                       

A lecture on the orchestra, delivered by G.F.                    
Huntley, Esq., Mus.D.,                                           

FCCO, on Saturday, April 23rd, 1898.  (London: C.                
Jaques & Co., 1899)                                              


Programme: Royal College of Music: College         2      3      
Concert No. 879 (Chamber). Thursday, 21st June                   
1928.                                                            

Programme: Meiningen Orchestra Concerts, 1902.     2      3      
Conductor: General-Musik-Director Fritz                          
Steinbach.  Analytical notes by Donal Francis                    
Tovey. 5th Concert at St. James's Hall.                          

Chopin, by Henry Coates. (Novello's Biographies    2      3      
of Great Musicians) (London: Novello & Co., n.d.)                
 16 pages.                                                       

Guide through the music of Richard Wagner's 'The   2      3      
Ring of the Nibelung,' by Hans Von Wolzogen.                     
Translated by Ernst Von Wolzogen. 3rd Edition.                   
(Leipsic: Feodor Reinboth, n.d.)  79 pages.                      

Newspaper Cutting: Music Festival, SMH, Women's    2      3      
Supplement, Thursday August, n.d.                                

Programme: Richter Concert's, Summer Season 1891   2      3      
(19th series). Ninth Concert, Monday, July 20,                   
1891, at St. James's Hall.  Conductor: Dr. Hans                  
Richter.  pp.[425]-503.                                          

Postcard: Die Walküre Akt III.  Brünhilde Schlaf.  2      3      

Programme:  Woman in a dressing gown, by Ted       2      3      
Willis, starring Googie Withers.  Theatre Royal.                 
Season commencing on Saturday, December 22, 1962.                
 26 pages.                                                       

Programme: Maritza, by Emmerich Kalman.  State     2      3      
Opera Co. (NSW) Younger Set.  Elizabethen                        
Theatre, 3rd and 4th November, 1961.                             


Programme: Salad Days, by Julian Slade and         2      3      
Dorothy Reynolds. Mornington CEF Players.  St.                   
Peter's Hall, Mornington, January 16-19, 1963.                   

Programme: The Rape of the Belt, by Benn W. Levy.  2      3      
 Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust, 1960                      
Season, commencing February 6, 1960.                             

Programme: Luisillo and his Spanish Dance          2      3      
Theatre.  Her Majesty's, Sydney.  Season                         
commencing Friday, February 9, 1962.                             

Programme: The Royal Ballet. Tour of Australia     2      3      
and New Zealand, 1958-59.  Empire Theatre,                       
Wednesday Matinee, November 5, 1958.                             

Programme: The 1955-56 Borovansky Ballet Season.   2      3      
Third Programme from December 16 ¾Nutcracker.                    
Empire Theatre.                                                  

Hänsel & Gretel: a fairy opera in three acts by    2      3      
Adelheid Wette.   Book of Words. [Title page                     
only-book missing                                                

Newspaper cutting: The Voracious appetite for      2      3      
Beethoven.                                                       

Newspaper cutting: London triumph for Britten's    2      3      
Dream [A Midsummer Night's Dream - Royal Opera                    
House]. The Times, 3 February 1961.                              

Newspaper cutting: An eccentric                    2      3      
Fidelio,-Beethoven, Concert Hall, Bonn, 1959                     

Newspaper cutting: Conductor's queer ways with     2      3      
the classics,- Sir Malcolm Sargent. n.d.                         

Newspaper cutting: A conductor's Competition       2      3      
[picture]-The Times, 6 February 1961. (Boult,                    
Legge, Klemperer, Giulini)                                       

Newspaper cutting: Shakespeare with Britten and    2      3      
Mendelssohn (1961)                                               

Newspaper cutting: A great new English Opera [A    2      3      
Midsummer Night's Dream]                                         

Newspaper cutting:                                 2      3      
a) Eighteenth-century music (letter from Thomas                  
Armstrong, Royal Academy of Music), The Times,                   
n.d.                                                             
b) Musical half-truth (letter from Walter Emery),                
The Times, n.d.                                                  
c) Eighteenth-century music (letter from Thomas                  
Armstrong), The Times                                            
d) Eighteenth-century music (letter from Stewart                 
Deas, Dept. of Music,      Sheffield Univ.)                      
e) Who was Oriana.                                               

Newspaper cutting: [Picture] Frontispiece to       2      3      
'Lohengrin', by Franz Stassen                                    

Newspaper cutting: 'Iphigenia [in Tauris]'         2      3      
scenery. By Claudio Muzio in 'Tosca'.                            
(Metropolitan has an eventful week). Musical                     
Times, December 9, 1916.                                         


Newspaper cutting: Ancient Opera by Gluck has      2      3      
First American hearing ('Iphgenia in Tauris')                    
Musical America, December 2, 1916. 2 pages.                      

Newspaper cutting: A New Britten Opera [A          2      3      
Midsummer Night's Dream]. Observer, June 5, 1960.                

Programme: The R.A.M. Club. Visit of Budapest      2      3      
Philharmonic Orchestra. The Royal Academy of                     
Music, Saturday 16 June, 1928.  Social and                       
Musical Meeting.                                                 

Programme: International Stiftung Mozarteum in     3      1      
Salzburg, Dienstag, 6 März, 1928. 6.Ordentliches.                
Vereins-Konzert, der Konzertgemeinde des                        
Mozarteums, [4 pages] incorporating Mozarthaus                   
Wiener Saal, Donnerstag, 8 März 1928                             
¾Leiderabend, with Corry Nera (Sopran, Berlin)                   
[loose pages]                                                    

Städtische Oper, Berlin, 1928.  Blätter der        3      1      
Städtischen Oper.  pages [227]-239.                              


Programme: Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor.        3      1      
Färberei J. Arnold, München. Freitag, 9 März                     
1928. (with notations by W. A. Orchard)                          


Programme: Lohengrin.  Sächsische Staatstheater    3      1      
Opernhaus, Dresden, 1928. 18 März 1928.  (with                   
notations by W.A. Orchard)                                       

Programme: 5.Sinfonie-Konzert unter Leitung von    3      1      
Erich Kleiber. Staatstheater Berlin. Staatsoper                  
am Platz der Republik. 23 März 1928.                             

Programme: Cosi Fan Tutte.  Staedtische            3      1      
Theater/Leipzig. Neues Theater. Dienstag, 27 März                
1928.  (with notations by W.A. Orchard)                          

Columbia History of Music through ear and eye      3      1      
[The], by Percy A. Scholes. Period II.  From the                 
beginning of the Opera and Oratorio to the death                 
of Bach and Handel.  (London: Oxford University                  
Press, 1931)                                                     

 Programme: Mignon .  Stadt Theater Nünberg        3      1      
Fürth.  Neues Stadttheater am Ring.  Sonntag, 11                 
März 1928.  8 pages.                                             

Programme: Armide (Gluck).  Opera in German.       3      1      
Royal Opera, Covent Garden. Wednesday, May 9,                    
1928.                                                            

Programme: Die Walküre (Richard Wagner). Royal     3      1      
Opera, Covent Garden. Wednesday, May 2, 1928.                    

Programme: The Tempest or The Enchanted Island.    3      1      
The Old Vic Company, Waterloo Road.  Purcell                     
Tercentenary.  Commencing 9th June 1959.                         

Programme: International Celebrity Concert.        3      1      
London Philharmonic Orchestra led by Arthur                      
Davison.  Conductor: William Steinberg. Soloist:                 
Yehudi Menuhin. Royal Festival Hall, Thursday,                   
October 9, 1958.                                                 

Programme: Der Rosenkavalier.  Words: Hugo von     3      1      
Hofmannsthal.  Music: Richard Strauss.  Royal                    
Opera House, Covent Garden, Wednesday, 3 June                    
1959.                                                            

Programme: Samson, by George Frideric Handel.      3      1      
Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Monday, 8th                    
June 1959.                                                       

Oxford Press Bulletin, at the Clarendon Press,     3      1      
no. 325, 31 July 1929. [Serial].  Music: Books                   
and Sheet Music Publications, Five weeks ending                  
31 July 1929.  [notification of publication of]                  
Three Troubadour Songs, by W. Arundel Orchard.                   
Oxford Solo Songs. 1929. Royal 4to.                              

Salzburg Orchestral Academy & Allied Courses,      3      1      
est. 1929.  Curriculum, etc. 15 pages.                           

Programme: Royal Philharmonic Society. 147th       3      1      
Season.  First Concert. Director: Sir Thomas                     
Beecham, Bart. C.H.  Royal Festival Hall, October                
15, 1958.                                                        


Newspaper cutting: London Symphony Orchestra,      3      1      
Conductor: Sir Edward Elgar [picture]  at Queen's                
Hall.                                                            

Programme: Royal College of Music.  Music for      3      1      
Friday, June 5, 1959. 1 page.                                    

Programme: London Symphony Orchestra. Brahms.      3      1      
Conductor: Josef Krips. Wednesday, September 24,                 
1958.                                                            

Programme: Götterdamerung.  Färberei J. Arnold,    3      1      
Munchen, Donnerstag, 8 März 1928.   (with                        
notations by W.A. Orchard)                                       

Weimar, Germany: the town of Goethe, Schiller and  3      1      
Liszt.  Sightseeing pamphlet, with B/W                           
photographs.                                                     

Deutschland: Thüringens Landeshauptstadt: Weimar.  3      1      
 Sightseeing pamphlet with B/W photographs.                      

Newspaper cutting:  Sir Thomas Beecham [4          3      1      
different cuttings]                                              

Newspaper cutting: The Mount of Olives             3      1      
(Beethoven). Sydney Philharmonic Society                         
performance at Sydney Town Hall.  Conductor: W.A.                
Orchard. [no date, probably Syd. Morn. Herald]                   

Programme: Berliner Sinfonie-Orchester.            3      1      
4.Konzert.  Dirigent: Hermann Scherchen.                         
Mittwoch, 21 März 1928.  (with penciled                          
notations) [1 p.]                                                

Programme: Philharmonic Orchestra. Brahms.  With   3      1      
Carlo Maria Giulini and Hans Richter-Haaser.                     
Royal Festival Hall, Friday, 16 May 1958.                        

Programme: Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.  A       3      1      
Goethe Festival Concert. Conductor: Wilhelm                      
Furtwängler.  Wednesday, September 28th, 1949.                   

Programme: Der Rosenkavalier. Sächsische           3      1      
Staatstheatre Opernhaus, Dresden, 1928.  Montag,                 
19 März 1928.                                                    

Leipzig [c1928].  Sightseeing pamphlet.            3      1      

Landes-Konservatorium der Musik zu Leipzig,        3      1      
gegründet 1843 von Mendelssohn Bartholdy.  84                    
Studienjahr 1926/27.  Aufführungenund Konzerte.                  
Direktion: Prof. Max Pauer. [80 pages]                           


Gerhardt, Elena [Picture]                          3      1      

The Gramophone [magazine], April 1958 [2 copies]   3      2      

The Gramophone [magazine], March 1958              3      2      

The Gramophone [magazine], February 1954           3      3      

The Gramophone [magazine], March 1954 [2 copies]   3      3      

The Gramophone [magazine], Coronation No., 1953    3      3      

The Gramophone [magazine], April 1954              3      4      

The Gramophone [magazine], February 1952           3      4      

The Gramophone [magazine], May 1953                3      4      

The Gramophone [magazine], August 1952             3      4      

The Gramophone [magazine], June 1952               3      4      

The Gramophone [magazine], April 1952              3      4      

The Gramophone [magazine], February 1954           3      5      

The Gramophone [magazine], December 1955           3      5      

The Gramophone [magazine], October 1954            3      5      

The Gramophone [magazine], September 1954          3      5      

The Gramophone [magazine], May 1954                3      5      

Programme: The Count of Luxembourg, (Lehar),       3      6      
Mosman Musical Society. Town Hall, Season 1926,                  
no. 73.                                                          

Programme: Bird in Hand, a comedy by John          3      6      
Drinkwater, with Laurence Olivier.  Royalty                      
Theatre, Dean St., Shaftesbury Av., W.                           
Commencing Wednesday, April 18, n.d.                             

Newspaper cutting: Liberal Messiah by Harold       3      6      
Nicolson.  The Observer, Sunday, Sept. 26, 1954,                 
page 9.                                                          

Carleton College Bulletin.  Vol. 28, no. 4. June   3      6      
1923. (Minnesota USA) 24 p.                                      

Newspaper cutting:  Sir Simon and Lady Marks.      3      6      

Musical Times [The], April 1959 - [cutting] - Sir  3      6      
Adrian Boult                                                     


Musical Times [The], April 1959 - [cutting] - Sir  3      6      
Thomas Beecham                                                   

Newspaper cutting: Sir Thomas Beecham              3      6      

Newspaper cutting: Sir Thomas Beecham   [bronze    3      6      
head]                                                            

Newspaper cutting: Sir Thomas Beecham              3      6      
[interpretation]                                                 

Newspaper cutting: Life & work of a string         3      6      
quartet, The Times, November 28, 1960                            

Newspaper cutting: Television's impact on taste,   3      6      
habits, & politics. The Times, no date.                          

Newspaper cutting: Mr H.V. Anson                   3      6      

Newspaper cutting: Missing Concert Hall            3      6      

Musical Times [The], April 1959: Handel and the    3      6      
Twentieth Century. pp.191-200.                                   


Newspaper cutting: Travelling Virtuoso. Mr         3      6      
Wilhelm Backhaus                                                 

Newspaper cutting: Sir Thomas Beecham, 80 today -  3      6      
[picture]                                                        

Newspaper cutting: Mr Colin Davis and the R.P.O.   3      6      

Newspaper cutting: Conductor of 102 Orchestras -   3      6      
Pierre Monteux                                                   

Musical Times [The], September 1959 - Handel's     3      6      
dramatic oratorios and masques, by Winton Dean.                  

Newspaper cutting: Mozart Genius at its Peak.      3      6      
'Die Zauberflote at Glyndebourne'.  The Times,                   
July 29, 1960.                                                   

Programme: Serge Koussevitzky.  Grands Concerts    3      6      
Symphoniques. 2nd Concert, 31 Mai 1928.                          

Weimar - Stadtplan  [Map]                          3      6      

Programme: School for Fathers, by Ermanno          3      6      
Wolf-Ferrari.  The Elizabethan Trust Opera                       
Company, Opera 1969.  Her Majesty's Theatre.                     

Programme: Sixth Song Recital by Amelita           3      6      
Galli-Curci. Galli-Curci Concerts, Town Hall,                    
Sydney, Wednesday, April 8, 1925.                                

Programme: Royal Philharmonic Society of Sydney    3      6      
and the Hurlstone Choral Society, The Messiah.                   
Conductor: G. Vern Barnett and Vivian W.                         
Peterson.  Town Hall, Sydney, 22 March 1940.                     


Programme: Royal Philharmonic Society of Sydney,   3      6      
Concert version of Faust (Gounod), Conservatorium                
Hall, Sydney, 22 November 1941. Third                            
Subscription Concert, Season 1941.                               

Programme: Konzertgemeinde des Mozarteums in       3      6      
Salzburg. Orchester und Kammermusik Konzerte. 6                  
März 1928. [4 p.]                                                

Programme: Bühnenfestspiele Bayreuth 1914. Der     3      6      
Ring des Nibelungen; Parsifal, [23 July 1914];                   
Der Fliegende Holländer [22 July 1914]                           

Programme: Fanny Davies - Schubert-Schumann        3      6      
Recital. Wigmore Hall, Friday, June 8th [1928].                  
[2 p.]                                                           

Festivals of the Bavarian State Theatres, Munich,  3      6      
August 1-September 5, 1926.  Richard Wagner,                     
Prince-Regent-Theatre. W.A. Mozart,                              
Residence-Theatre. Contains Plans of both                        
Theatres. [4 p.]                                                 

Magazine cutting: Bayreuth Idea and its British    3      6      
Application, pp. 645-48, plus 2 p. of                            
photographs.                                                     

Programme: Boris Godounov - Moussorgsky's Opera,   3      6      
in Italian. Royal Opera, Covent Garden,                          
Wednesday, July 4, 1928.                                         

Programme: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg -        3      6      
Wagner's Opera, in German. Royal Opera, Covent                   
Garden, Thursday, May 10, 1928 [4 p.]                            

Programme: Die Zauberflöte. Operntheater,          3      6      
Sonntag, 26 Februar 1928. [12 p.]                                

Programme: Boris Godunow. (Moussorgsky).  Sonntag  3      7      
den 4 März 1928. Opertheatre, Wien.                              

Programme: Oedipus Rex (Strawinsky)/Madonna        3      7      
Imperia.  Operntheater, Wien.   Montag, 27                       
Februar 1928. 11 pages + 8 p. loose.                             

Programme: Ausserordentliches Orchester.           3      7      
Konzert-Dirigent: Guido Binkau. Mitwirkend:  Das                 
Wiener Sinfonie-Orchester.  Wiener                               
Konzerthaus-Gesellschaft, Grosser                                
Konzerthaus-Saal, Samstag, 3 März 1928. 14 pages                 
+.                                                               

Programme: Fidelio (Beethoven). Operntheater,      3      7      
Wien, Dienstag, 28 Februar 1928.  12 pages +                     

Programme: Turandot (Puccini).  Operntheater,      3      7      
Wien, Donnerstag, 1 März 1928. 12 pages +                        

Programme: Wiener Konzert-Verein, VI.              3      7      
Sinfonie-Konzert. Wiener Sinfonie- Orchester.                    
Dirigent: Leopold Reichwein.  Wiener Konzerthaus,                
Spieljahr 1927/28.  10 pages +                                   


Guide through Nuremberg with a city plan. (4 page  3       7     
folded sheet)                                                    

Musical Times [The], January 1, 1914 - Arnold       3       7     
Schönberg's Gurre-Lieder, by Ernest Newman.                      
p.11-13.                                                         

Musical Times [The], January 1, 1914 - Friedrich    3       7     
Rust, his editors and his critics, by M.-D.                      
Calvocoressi.  p.14.                                             

Musical Times [The], August 1, 1916 - Brahms and    3       7     
the Waltz by Ernest Newman. p. 359-62.                           

Programme: Troilus and Cressida (William Walton).  3       7     
Covent Garden Opera Chorus and Orchestra.                        
Conductor: Sir Malcolm Sargent, Royal Opera                      
House, Covent Garden, 3 December 1954.                           

Newspaper cutting: Walton Opera is strong in       3       7     
Melody [Troilus & Cressida] [December 1954]                      

Newspaper cutting: Troilus and Cressida [December  3       7     
1954]                                                            

Newspaper cutting: Walton's Opera - a parallel with  3       7     
Wagner [December 1954]                                           

Newspaper cutting: Troilus and Cressida by Ernest  3       7     
Newman. The Sunday Times, 5 December 1954.                       

Newspaper cutting: Walton's 'Troilus and           3       7     
Cressida', by Eric Blom. The Observer, Sunday,                   
December 5, 1954.                                                

Newspaper cutting: Troilus and Cressida: a New     3       7     
Opera [pictures]. The Times, Saturday, December                  
4, 1954.                                                         

Programme: Rachmaninoff.  Queen's Hall, Saturday,  3       7     
May 19, 1928.                                                    

Musical Times [The], January 1, 1914 - Elena        3       7     
Gerhardt.                                                        

Newspaper cutting: The Midsummer Marriage, Royal   3       7     
Opera House                                                      

Musical Times [The], January 1, 1914 - The          3       7     
Childhood of the Whole Tone Scale,  by H.C.                      
Colles.  p.16-20.                                                

Musical Times, [The], February 1, 1914 - The Rust   3       7     
Case: its ending and its Moral, by M.-D.                         
Calvocoressi.  p. 89-90.  The Reform of Church                   
Music: a review of the Morning Post                              
correspondence, by Walter G. Alcock, p. 91-92.                   


Musical Times [The], March 1, 1914 - The New        3       7     
Moussorgsky, by M.-D. Calvocoressi, p.157-59.                    
Oxford University Musical Club, 1000th meeting,                  
p.160-61.  Bach's last Fugues by Lawrence Haward,                
p. 161-64.                                                       

Musical Times [The], April 1, 1912 - The            3       7     
Pseudo-Bach 'Luke' Passion, by E.W. Naylor,                      
p.233-36.                                                        

Musical Times [The], August 1, 1916 - The           3       7     
Centenary of Schubert's 'Erlkönig', p.365-66.                    

Musical Times [The], June 1, 1917 - The Present     3       7     
Trend by Ernest Newman, p.249-50; Claviersuites                  
of the 17th Century by J.S. Shedlock, p.250.                     

Musical Times [The], October 1, 1917 - The Alleged  3       7     
stupidity of Singers, by Edward J. Dent,                         
p.443-444.                                                       

Programme: Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra (First  3       7     
appearance in England) Conductor: Ernst von                      
Dohnanyi.  Queen's Hall, Langham Place, June 15,                 
1928.  6 pages plus 1 loose folded page.                         

Programme: Tiefland, Text by A. Giumera von        3       7     
Rudolf Lothar. Musik von Eugen d'Albert.                         
Frankfurter Opernhaus, Freitag, 30 März 1928.                    

Programme: Il Gepuscolo degli dei (Wagner),        3       7     
Teatro all Scala, Milano, Stagione 1927-1928.                    

Regina Calton Hotel, Rom ¾Souvenir booklet with    3       7     
pictures of the hotel and of Rome (German text).                 

Music (Words)¾Booklet containing words to God      3       7     
Save the Queen;  The Queen's Song;  Coronation                   
Music;  The Flag of England;  A Hymn of Praise                   
(Lobgesang). (Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.)  [Title                 
page missing].                                                   

Programme: The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.      3       7     
Conductor: Wilhelm Furtwängler;  Soloist: Yehudi                 
Menuhin.  Royal Albert Hall, Thursday evening,                   
September 29 [no year].  20 pages.                               

Illustrated Almanac of the Bavaria State           3       7     
Theatres, Munich, 1932, with a retrospective view                
at the season 1930/31.  Edited by Dr. Arthur                     
Bauckner. (Munich: Knorr & Hirth GMBH, 1932). 76                 
pages plus plan of the Prinzregententheater.                     

Magazine cutting: Dr Hans Richter: an              3       8     
appreciation, by E.A. Baughan. (Windsor magazine,                
pp.411-414).                                                     

Programme: NSW State Conservatorium of Music.      3       8     
Season 1933, Fifth Subscription Concert by the                   
Conservatorium Orchestra. Conductor: W. Arundel                  
Orchard.  Conservatorium Hall, Sydney, Wednesday,                
23 August 1933.  (includes WAO's daughter, Ruth,                 
on 2nd Violin, daughter Joan, on Viola, and son                  
Rupert, on Violoncello.)                                         

Music Quarterly [The], Title Page and Table of     3       8     
Contents & Illustrations, Vol. XI, 1925.                         

Music Quarterly [The], Title Page and Table of     3       8     
Contents & Illustrations, Vol. XII, 1926                         

Music Quarterly [The], Title Page and Table of     3       8     
Contents & Illustrations, Vol. XII, 1927                         

Programme: The Madrigal Society, Inst. 1741        3       8     
- Programme for Tuesday, 12 December 1950.  On the                
occasion of the visit of HM The Queen and HRH                    
Princess Margaret.  Tallow Chandlers Hall.                       

Newspaper cutting: Dennis Brain and his art [no    3       8     
citation]                                                        

'Wybalena' [Card] by H. Leonard Greening, built    3       8     
1874.  [written inside:] 'This is the house where                
Dr Orchard and his family lived from about                       
1923-29 and where the first rehearsals of the                    
newly formed Conservatorium Opera School were                    
held.  Also Dr Orchard held musicales every                      
Sunday afternoon and many visiting musicians such                
as Kriesler, Heifitz, Backhaus, Melba, Dame Clara                
Butt, etc. were included amongst the guests'                     
¾Ruth Goodwin Hill, nee Orchard (WAO's daughter).                


Letter: To W. Arundel Orchard, of Hobart,          3       8     
Tasmania, from the Premier ¾ congratulating WAO                  
on his O.B.E.                                                    

Programme: Tannhaüser (Wagner).  Thèatre Royal de  3       8     
la Monnaie. [n.d.]                                               

Programme: NSW State Conservatorium of Music.      3       8     
Season 1933, Second Subscription Concert by the                  
Conservatorium Orchestra - Brahms Centenary                       
Festival, Conservatorium Hall, Wednesday, 12                     
April 1933.                                                      

Programme: The Clouds of Aristophanes.  Music by   3       8     
Sir Hubert Parry.  Oxford University Dramatic                    
Society.  The New Theatre, Oxford, June 19th                     
-23rd, 1928.                                                     

Music score: To Blossoms - six part song            3       8     
unaccompanied, by W. Arundel Orchard.  Poem by                   
Robert Herrick, 1591-1674. (London: Augener Ltd.,                
n.d.). 11 pages.                                                 

Invitation: An evening of Chamber Music will be    3       8     
given under the supervision of Dr Arundel Orchard                
to which you are cordially invited.  This card                   
will admit you to the Royal Society's Room,                      
Tasmanian Museum, on Thursday evening, August                    
20th at 8 o'clock. RSVP by 15th August   256                     
Davey Street.                                                    


Newspaper cutting: A Musician looks back           3      8      
(Bulletin, December 6, 1944)                                     

Newspaper cutting: Musical life in Australia       3      8      
(Adelaide Advertiser, 20 January 1945)                           

Newspaper cutting: Crooning 'maudlin' stuff        3      8      
(Herald, Melbourne, 30 November 1944)                            

Newspaper cutting: Musical scrapbook.              3      8      

Newspaper cutting: Mr Orchard's 'Ring' Lectures    3      8      
(4 cuttings ¾Sydney Morning Herald, 4, 11, 18,                   
25, -1913.)                                                      

Newspaper cutting: The Ring (4 cuttings - Daily     3      8      
Telegraph, Sydney, September 4, 11, 18, 25,                      
-1913.)                                                          

Newspaper cutting: The Wagner lecturer (Evening    3      8      
News, September 1913)                                            

Newspaper cutting: The Ring (Evening News,         3      8      
September 1913)                                                  

Newspaper cutting: The Ring lectures (Evening      3      8      
News, September 1913)                                            

Newspaper cutting: A Terrible suggestion (Evening  3      8      
News, September 1913)                                            

Newspaper cutting: Mr. Orchard's Ring lectures     3      8      
(Evening News, Sept. 1913)                                       

Newspaper cutting: Made in Australia - Arundel      3      8      
Orchard's Music (The Triad, October 10, 1919,                    
p.39)                                                            

Programme: Sydney Symphony Orchestra. Guest        3      8      
Conductor: Prof. Bernard Heinze.  Soloist:                       
Hepzibah Menuhin.  Town Hall, Sydney, Tuesday,                   
15th October 1946.  27 pages.                                    

Programme: Canberra Chamber Music Society - Second  3      8      
Concert, 1960. The Hall, University House,                       
Saturday, April 9, 1960.                                         

Programme: NSW State Conservatorium of Music.      3      8      
Season 1934. Third Subscription Concert by the                   
Conservatorium Orchestra and Choir.                              
Conservatorium Hall, Sydney, Thursday, 31 May                    
1934.                                                            

Music score: The Man in the Moon or A Trip to      FB 1   1      
Mars, words and lyrics by W.J. Curtis;  music by                 
W. Arundel Orchard.  1907.  ("Much of the music                  
of this was taken from our 1st Opera 'The                        
Coquette'") 110 pages.                                           

Malaya:  2 x bamboo pictures                       FB 1   1      

Music score: The Coquette: a comic opera in Two    FB 1   1      
Acts. Lyrics by W.J. Curtis. Music by W. Arundel                 
Orchard.  Full Score.  July 1904-5.  340 pages.                  

Music score: Dorian Gray: a music drama in Three   FB 2          
Acts: Full Score, by W. Arundel Orchard.  Book                   
arranged from Oscar Wilde's Picture of Dorian                    
Gray, by W. J. Curtin, K.D., M.A., L.L.B.                        
1915-17.  211 pages.                                             


Music score: Dorian Gray: a music drama in Three   FB 2          
Acts: Act II - Full Score 169 pages.                              

Music score: Dorian Gray: a music drama in Three   FB 2          
Acts: Act III - Full Score 106 pages.  ('finished                 
10.i.17 at Kameruka, NSW').                                      

Music score: Dorian Gray: a music drama in Three   FB 2          
Acts: Op.: 3 (finished Jan 1917).  191 pages.                    

Music score: Dorian Gray: a music drama in Three   FB 3   1      
Acts: Act III - by W. Arundel Orchard.  28 pages.                 

Music score: Dorian Gray: a music drama in Three   FB 3   1      
Acts, by W. Arundel Orchard.                                     
Act III - Flutes, 1 mo & 2 mo.  16 pages                          
Act III - Horns, 1 & 2 in F.  15 pages.                           
Act III - Violin, 1 mo.  11 pages                                 
Act III - Trumpets, 1 & 2.  11 pages                              
Act III - Oboes, 1 mo & 2 mo.  16 pages                           
Act I - Violin, 2nds.  22 pages.                                  
Act I - V'cello.   20 pages                                       
Act I - Viola.  21 pages.                                         
Act I - C. Basso.  17 pages.                                      
Act I - Violin, 1 mo.  20 pages.                                  
Act I - Hidden Chorus for Dorian Gray. ('if any                   
use').  5 pages.                                                 

Music score:  Excerpts reserved for the Ruins of   FB 3   1      
The Coquette or A Suicidal Policy.  By W. Arundel                
Orchard, 1905. ('My First and Best Comic Opera.                  
Performed at the Palace Theatre, Sydney, August                  
28-September 2, 1905.  Eight Presentations. [the                 
clever and Gilbertian Libretto by W.J. Curtis,                   
K.C., L.L.B.]').  32 pages.                                      

Music score: Dorian Gray - Act III. (Dorian         FB 3   1      
drawing room at Selby) 1 page, handwritten.                      

Music score: Dorian Gray: a music drama in Three   FB 3   1      
Acts, by W. Arundel Orchard.                                     
Act III - Bassoons.  19 pages.                                    
Act III - Horn 3 in F.  11 pages.                                 
Act III - Trombones, 1 & 2.   7 pages.                            

Music score: Flowers of the Forest. Arranged by    FB 3   2      
W. Arundel Orchard. 4 pages.                                     

Music score: Madrigal - 'To Blossoms', by Robert    FB 3   2      
Herrick, 1591-1674.  Music by Cantabile.  7                      
pages.                                                           


Music score: Stay, stay sweet time, by Michael     FB 3   2      
Drayton.  Music by W. Arundel Orchard.  11 pages.                

Music score: Duncan Gray, arranged by W. Arundel   FB 3   2      
Orchard.  4 pages.                                               

Music score: Wotan's Abschied und Feuerzauber      FB 3   2      
(Die Walküre) by Wagner. Full score.  Copied by                  
W. Arundel Orchard, 1908.  45 pages.                             

Music score: A Woodland Phantasy, by W. Arundel    FB 3   2      
Orchard, 1893-1919. (First performance - NSW State                
Conservatorium Orchestra, Conservatorium Hall,                   
Thursday, 24th August 1922. - Programme included.)                
 47 parts and score.                                             


Music score: Dorian Gray: an opera in Three Acts,  FB 3   3      
by W. Arundel Orchard.                                           
Act III - Basso.  11 pages.                                       
Act III - Viola.  12 pages.                                       
Act III - Violin 2nd.  13 pages.                                  
Act III - Cello.  13 pages.                                       
Act III - Clarinets.  21 pages.                                   

Music score: Overture to Coriolanus (No.11),       FB 3   3      
arranged by E. Pauer. L. Van Beethoven, Op. 62.                  
26 pages.                                                        

Music score: Two Songs from the new Comic Opera,   FB 3   3      
'The Emperor'. Words by W.J. Curtis.  Music by W.                
Arundel Orchard.  (Sydney: John Sands, n.d.) The                 
Love that Maid has Given, and Than Heart that has                
known. 5 pages. [4 copies]                                       

Music score: Dorian Gray: a music drama in Three   FB 3   3      
Acts, by W. Arundel Orchard.                                     
Act II - Trumpets, I & II.  14 pages.                             
Act II - Timpani.  9 pages.                                       
Act II - Trombone Basso.  9 pages.                                
Act II - Flutes I & II.  21 pages.                                
Act II - Horn IV.  10 pages.                                      
Act II - Trombones I & II.  14 pages.                             
Act II - Bassoons I & II.  23 pages.                              
Act II - Clarinets I & II.  24 pages.                             
Act II - Oboes I & II.  19 pages.                                 
Act II - Horns I & II.  20 pages.                                 
Act II - Horn III.  12 pages.                                     


Music score: Flying Dutchman (Overture)  Richard   FB 3   3      
Wagner.  (London: Augener & Co., n.d.).  28                      
pages.                                                           

Music score: The Silent Land, words by             FB 3   3      
Longfellow, music by W. Arundel Orchard.                         
15/4/[19]02.  7 pages.                                           

Music score: Scherzo for the Pianoforte, composed  FB 3   3      
by W. Arundel Orchard. (London & NY: Novello,                    
Ewer & Co., n.d.)  7 pages.                                      

Music score: Dorian Gray. By W. Arundel Orchard.   FB 4   1      
Original MS. pp.163-321.                                         

Music score: Recessional for Male Voices. Words    FB 4   1      
by Rudyard Kipling. Music by W. Arundel Orchard.                 
4 pages.                                                         

Music score: Fanfare, by W. Arundel Orchard,       FB 4   1      
1938.  1 page.                                                   

Music score: Scherzo. 3rd Movement.(Sketch Only),  FB 4   1      
by W. Arundel Orchard, Hobart, 1898.  12 pages.                  

Letters to and from 'The Herald' ¾cuttings - some   FB 4   1      
letters, mostly 1938.                                            

My Report on Tour (18 October 1928) by W. Arundel  FB 4   1      
Orchard. Newspaper cuttings.                                     

Programme: The Musical Association of Tasmania.    FB 4   1      
At Home. Hadley's Hotel, Wednesday, March 29,                    
1939.                                                            

Roll of the Union of Graduates in Music.  1951.    FB 4   1      
70 pages.                                                        

History and Odd Notes [Music] (Notebook), W.       FB 4   1      
Arundel Orchard, 1889-92. 1889-92 - address: 120                  
Shepherd's Bush Road, London. 1892-c95 - 79 Elsham                
Rd., Kensington.                                                 

Music score: Uller, the Bowman: a dramatic poem.   FB 4   1      
Words by W.J. Curtin, M.A., L.L.B.  Music by W.                  
Arundel Orchard.  (London: Laudy & Co., n.d.) 59                 
pages.                                                           

John Christian Bach - Speech Notes. By W. Arundel   FB 4   1      
Orchard. 14 pages, plus 4 of music                               

A visit to Bayreuth for the Wagner Festival, by    FB 4   1      
one who was there. (W. Arundel Orchard).  27                     
pages.  (Handwritten MS).                                        

Music score: Intermezzo for six Violoncellos, by   FB 4   2      
W. Arundel Orchard, 1932. Includes parts for                     
Cello, Cello I, Cello II, Cello III, Cello IV,                   
Cello V, Cello VI.                                               

Music score: Two Songs from the New Comic Opera,   FB 4   2      
'The Emperor'. Words by W.J. Curtis.  Music by W.                
Arundel Orchard. (Sydney: John Sands, n.d.), 5                   
pages.                                                           

Music score: Monarch of Wine!  Drinking Song from  FB 4   2      
the new comic opera 'The Emperor'.  Words by W.J.                
Curtis.  Music by W. Arundel Orchard. (Sydney:                   
John Sands, n.d.)  5 pages.                                      


Music score: Beethoven. Cherubini (Medea)          FB 4   2      

Music score: Recessional for Male Voices.   Words  FB 4   2      
by R. Kipling.  Music by W. Arundel Orchard.  4                  
pages.                                                           

Music score: Dorian Gray, by W.J. Curtis and W.    FB 4   2      
Arundel Orchard. Valet. 3 pages.                                 

Music score: Dorian Gray, Act II, [by W. J.        FB 4   2      
Curtin and W. Arundel Orchard] p.2-16.                           

Music score: Recessional.  Written copy by W.      FB 4   2      
Arundel Orchard, 1911. 3 pages.                                  

Music score: The Mariner to the Dioscuri,          FB 4   2      
arranged for Male Chorus by W. Arundel Orchard                   
from Schubert.  Poem by Mayrhofer. Arranged in                   
1920.  3 pages.                                                  


Music score: Here awa', there awa'.  Poem by       FB 4   2      
Burns.  Old melody arranged for chorus by W.                     
Arundel Orchard.  4 pages.                                       

Music score: Les Deux Grenadiers (The Two          FB 4   2      
Grenadiers).  Mélodie de Richard Wagner.                         
(London: Schott & Co., n.d.)  7 pages.                           

Monthly Music Record [Magazine], December 1933,    FB 4   2      
63rd Year.                                                       

Music score: Dance from 'The Emperor', Act II,     FB 4   2      
No.2½, by W. Arundel Orchard, 1906.  7 pages.                    

Music score: Examples for Special Lecture on       FB 4   2      
Modern Music and its development.  Purcell 'Dido                 
Areas'.  January 17, 1918.  4 pages.                             

Newspaper cutting: The Mount of Olives. Sydney     FB 4   3      
Philharmonic Society.                                            

Newspaper cutting: The Musicians-humours of the    FB 4   3      
Conference. (SMH, April 8, 1929).                                

Letters ¾1908-1930's - various                      FB 4   3      

Notes: A dramatic performance of Hiawatha at       FB 4   3      
London. 14 pages plus 1 page of music score.                     


Notes: Frederick Delius..  6 pages plus 1 page of  FB 4   3      
music score. Preamble ¾Notes, 1899. July 23                      
- Notes - Delius.  10 pages plus 1 page of music                   
score.                                                           

Notes: Lecture on Opera.  31 pages.                FB 4   3      

Notes: Some Important Periods in the progress of   FB 4   3      
Grand Opera.  3 pages, plus 3 odd pages.                         

The Times Literary Supplement, Thursday, January   FB 4   3      
10, 1924.                                                        

Newspaper cutting: A Musician looks back.   The    FB 4   3      
Bulletin, December 6, 1944.                                      

Newspaper cutting: Conductor's Farewell. Music &   FB 4   3      
Drama page by 'Themus'. The Mercury, Hobart,                     
November 1938.                                                   

Newspaper cutting: Loss to Music - William Arundel  FB 4   3      
Orchard.  The Mercury, Hobart, Friday, December                  
9, 1938.                                                         

Music score: Concerto (Solo Part) for Violin and   FB 4   4      
Orchestra, by W. Arundel Orchard.  14 pages.                     

Music score: The Wreck of the Hesperus - Ballad     FB 4   4      
for Chorus and Orchestra. Poem by Longfellow.                    
Music by W. Arundel Orchard, 6/9/1898 (1897).                    
Original MS.  23 pages.                                          

Music score:  The North Wind, by W. Arundel        FB 4   4      
Orchard.  1951-54.                                               
Violin, 1 mo - Leader.  2 pages.   Violin - 2nd                    
Desk.  2 pages.                                                  
Violin, 1 mo.  2 pages.  [5 copies]   Violin - 2nd                
Leader.  2 pages                                                 
Violin - 2nd Desk.  2 pages   Violin - 2nd.  2                     
pages  [4 copies]                                                
Viola - Leader.  2 pages   Viola - 2nd Desk.  2                    
pages                                                            
Viola - 3rd Desk.  2 pages   Viola - 4th Desk.  2                  
pages                                                            
V'Cello - Leader.  2 pages   V'Cello.  2 pages  [2                
copies]                                                          
C'Basso - Leader.  2 pages   C'Basso.  2 pages  [2                
copies]                                                          
Flute, 1 mo.  2 pages.   Flute - 2nd.                             
Oboes 1 & 2.  3 pages   Clarinets.  3 pages                      
Bassoon, 1 mo.  2 pages   Bassoon - 2nd.  2 pages                 
Horn in F, 1 mo.  2 pages   Horn in F - 2nd.  2                   
pages                                                            
Timpani.  2 pages.                                               


Music score: Caprice for Violin and Pianoforte,    FB 4   4      
by W. Arundel Orchard. 'For Ruth'.  6 pages.                     

Music score: Prelude to Fugue, by W. Arundel       FB 4   4      
Orchard.  21 pages.                                              

Music score: Kyrie Eleison - Organ.  W. Arundel     FB 4   4      
Orchard, 1898. Original MS.                                      

Music score: Trio for Violin, Viola and            FB 4   4      
Pianoforte, by W. Arundel Orchard, 30/11/1939.                   
Original MS.  14 pages.                                          

Photographs and pictures - scenic - of Rome,         FB 5   1      
Stratford-on-Avon, Germany, Austria, some Art                    
prints and newspaper and magazine cuttings. 41                   
pictures.                                                        

Programme: The Planets, Op.32, by Gustav Holst.    FB 5   1      
NSW State Conservatorium of Music.  Assembly                     
Hall, Monday, June 29, 1925.  Includes 3                         
newspaper cuttings re Performance - First                         
Orchestral Performance in Australia (Sun                         
Pictorial, June 30, 1925;  Argus, 3 December                     
1925; Herald, 3 December 1925)  Programme is 4                   
pages.                                                           

Programme: R. Vaughan Williams.  NSW State         FB 5   1      
Conservatorium, Assembly Hall, Friday, October                   
23, 1925.  4 pages.  Includes 3 newspaper                        
cuttings (Argus, 24 October 1925; Herald, 24                     
October 1925 [2]).                                               

L'Illustration, 30 Juillet 1932, pp.419-426 plus   FB 5   1      
1 loose page on Mme de Stael and on reverse side                 
¾Panneaux Decoratifs pour la Salle des Fétes de                  
l'Hotel de Vill D'Arras.                                         

Newspaper cutting:  Le centenaire de la Mort de    FB 5   1      
l'Aiglon. (L'Illustration, 30 Juillet 1932)                      

Newspaper cutting: Books and Men, by Elzevir.      FB 5   1      
(July 2, 1932)                                                   

Newspaper cutting: The Monks of St. Bernard.       FB 5   1      
(Argus, 11 April 1931)                                           

Newspaper cutting: What Shall we live to see?      FB 5   1      
Historian Forecasts World Changes, by Prof. W.K.                 
Hancock. (July 2, 1932)                                          

Music score: The Wreck of the Hesperus - Ballad     FB 5   2      
for Chorus and Orchestra. Words by Longfellow.                   
Music by W. Arundel Orchard, 6 November, 1898.                   
Original MS.  28 pages.                                          

Music score: Theme and Variations (Now is the      FB 5   2      
Month of Maying), by Thomas Morley, 1575-1603                    
(1615), arranged by W. Arundel Orchard,                          
July-Aug-Sept 23, 1956.  Original MS.  28 pages.                 

Music score: Hark! Hark the Lark, by Shakespeare.  FB 5   2      
 Set to music as a Madrigal by W. Arundel                        
Orchard, 1956.  Original MS.  14 pages.                          

Music score: All the Blue Bonnets, arranged by W.  FB 5   2      
Arundel Orchard. Original MS.  4 pages.                          

Music score: The Silent Land, by W. Arundel        FB 5   2      
Orchard.                                                         
Flauti.  3 pages                                                 
Oboi.  3 pages                                                   
Clarinetti.  4 pages                                             
Fagotti.  4 pages                                                
Horns in F.  4 pages                                             
Trumpets in F for Cornet in B Flat.  2 pages.                    
Trombones, Alto & Tenor. 2 p.                                    
Trombone, Basso. 1 page                                          
Tympani.  2 pages                                                
Basso. 2 pages [2 copies]                                        
V'cello.  3 pages [2 copies]                                     
Viola.  2 pages [2 copies]                                       
Violin. 2nd. 2 pages [5 copies]                                  
Violin. 1st mo. 2 pages [6 copies]                               


Music score: I'll bid my heart be still - Part      FB 5   2      
Song.  Poem by Thomas Pringle. Old Border Melody                 
arranged by W. Arundel Orchard.  Original MS. 3                  
pages.                                                           

Music score: Here awa', there awa'. Poem by        FB 5   2      
Burns.  Old melody arranged for chorus by W.                     
Arundel Orchard, 29 November, 1912.  Original MS.                
4 pages.                                                         

Music score: Up in the morning early.  Old melody  FB 5   2      
arranged by W. Arundel Orchard, 1910.  Original                  
MS.  5 pages.                                                    

Music score: Ariel, piano solo, by W. Arundel      FB 5   2      
Orchard. (Melbourne: Allan & Co. Pty. Ltd.,                      
1943).  5 pages.  Combined with ¾Waltzing                        
Matilda, an Australian song, by Marie Cowan,                     
arranged for piano solo by Thomas Wood.                          

Music score: Ariel, piano solo, by W. Arundel      FB 5   2      
Orchard. (Melbourne: Allan & Co. Pty. Ltd.,                      
1943).  5 pages.                                                 

Music score: Madrigal ¾Sonnet, by Edmund Spenser,  FB 5   2      
1552-1599.  Music by W. Arundel Orchard, Feb-Mar                 
1950. (Rough duplicate) Original MS. 13 pages.                   

Music score: Trio in F major for Violin, French    FB 5   2      
Horn and Pianoforte, by W. Arundel Orchard.                      
Pianoforte score.  (Slow movement [the first]                    
originally designed and performed in New Zealand,                
Palmerston North, 1901  ¾WAO)   37 pages.                        
Includes:  PROGRAMME:  NSW State Conservatorium                  
of Music, 1931 Season.  Sixth Chamber Music                      
Concert.  Wednesday, 4th November 1931.  2 pages.                
Violin score.  9 pages.   French Horn score.    8                
pages.                                                           


A list of Compositions by W. Arundel Orchard

1. A Woodland Phantasy*                 1893-19 - Manuscript   6 mins.

2. The Wreck of the                     1898 - Manuscript             
Hesperus - Ballad for Chorus                                          
and Orchestra.*                                                       

3. Kyrie Eleison - Organ*               1898 - Manuscript             

4. Scherzo, 3rd Movement (Sketch        1898 - Hobart                 
Only)*                                   - Manuscript                 

5. The Emperor- -Light Opera*            Manuscript                   
                                        1900 - John Sands,            
                                        Sydney                        

6. Two songs from the new Comic         n.d.[c1900] - John            
Opera -                                   Sands, Sydney               
The Emperor:*                                                         
      (a) The Love that Maid has                                      
Given                                                                 
      (b) Than Heart that has                                         
known                                                                 

7. Trio in F Major for Violin,          c1901 - Manuscript   20 mins. 
French Horn & Pianoforte                                              

8. The Silent Land*                     c1902 - Manuscript            

9. The Coquette: a comic Opera          1904-05 - Manuscript          
in Two Acts*                                                          

10. Excerpts reserved for the           1905 - Manuscript             
Ruins of the Coquette or A Suicidal                                   
Policy.*                                                              

11. Dance from The Emperor, Act         1906 - Manuscript             
II*                                                                   

12. The Man in the Moon or A Trip       1907 - Manuscript             
to Mars                                                               

13. An Idyl*                            1910 - W. H. Paling &  6 mins.
                                        Co. Ltd.                      

14. Three part songs on Scotch          c1910-12 - Manuscript         
      melodies:                                                       
      (a) Here awa', there awa'*        1912 ¾Manuscript      5 mins. 
      (b) I'll bid my heart be          c1910-12 ¾Manuscript  5 mins. 
still*                                  1910 ¾Manuscript      4 mins. 
      (c) Up in the morning early*                                    


15. Recessional for Male Voices*        1911 - Manuscript      5 mins. 

16. Uller the bowman*                   1912 - Laudy & Co.     25 mins 

17. Sonnet by Keats*                    1913-14 - Manuscript           

18. God of our Fathers - for Tenors     1915 - Manuscript              
& Basses*                                                              

19. Dorian Gray - Music Drama in        1915-17 - Manuscript   2 hours  
Three Acts*                                                             

20. Prelude to Act II & Finale,         c1915-17 - Manuscript  8 mins.  
'Dorian Gray' - Orchestra                                              

21. Nocturne and Scherzo for full       1918 ¾[2                       
Orchestra                               performances held,             
                                        conducted by                   
                                        Verbrugghen, one in            
                                        Sydney, one in                 
                                        Melbourne.]                    

22. Mariner to the Dioscuri - for       1920 - Arranged.               
Male Chorus*                            Manuscript                     

23. Three Troubadour Songs:*            1929 - O.U.P.          10 mins.
      (a) The Return of Summer                                         
      (b) Serenade                                                     
      (c) The Winter                                                   

24. Intermezzo for six                 1932 - Manuscript               
Violoncellos*                                                          

25. Sweet & Low - 2 part song*         1934 - W. H. Paling &  3 mins.  
                                       Co. Ltd.                        

26. Fantasie Ballad - Violin &         1938 ¾Augener & Co.   6 mins.  
Piano*                                                                 

27. Fanfare*                           1938 - Manuscript               

28. Rhapsody in A Minor -              1939 - Augener & Co.   5 mins.  
Pianoforte*                                                            

29. Trio for Violin, Viola and         1939 - Original                 
Pianoforte*                            Manuscript                     

30. Two Elizabethan Lyrics:*           1939 ¾Chappel & Co.            
      (a) What should I say                                  3 mins.  
      (b) Echoes Lament of                                   4 mins.  
Narcissus                                                             

31. When Passion's Trance is           1940 - Novello & Co.   7 mins.  
Overpast - Madrigal                                                    

32. Ariel*                             1943 - Allan & Co.     4 mins.  
                                       Pty. Ltd.                      


33. Toccata in the Early Manner*       c.1943 - Chappell &      3 mins.  
                                       Co. Ltd.                       

34. Stay, stay sweet time*             1947                  6 mins.  
                                        - (Rearranged)Manuscript      

35. Doth Not Wisdom Cry - Anthem*      1949 ¾Chappell & Co.  7 mins.  
                                       Ltd.                           

36. Madrigal - Sonnet (E. Spenser)*    1950 - Manuscript               

37. The Northwind - Orchestra          1951-54 - Manuscript   10 mins. 

38. Come away, death - Madrigal*       1954 - Edw. Arnold,             
                                       London                         

39. A Spring Morning - for piano*      1956 - Allan & Co.              

40. Hark, hark the Lark*               1956 - Manuscript      3 mins.  
                                       W. H. Paling & Co.             
                                       Ltd.                           

41. Theme & Variations -               1956 - Arranged WAO.            
    Now is the Month of Maying*        Original Manuscript            

42. On the Wold - Four Part song       c1960 - Manuscript      4 mins.  
      (Especially for the London                                   
Madrigal Soc., 1960)                                                   

UNDATED WORKS:-                                                    

43. All the Blue Bonnets*              n.d. - Manuscript               

44. Away to the Woodlands.             n.d. - Laudy & Co.     3 mins.  
                                       (Bosworth)                     

45. Caprice for Violin &               n.d.-  Manuscript               
Pianoforte                                                            

46. Concerto for Violin &              n.d. - Manuscript               
Orchestra*                                                            

47. Duncan Gray*                       n.d. - Manuscript               

48. Flowers of the Forest*             n.d. - Manuscript               

49. From the Northland                 n.d. - Manuscript      6 mins.  

50. Invocation to Sleep                n.d. - Manuscript      5 mins.  

51. Loves Philosophy*                  n.d. - Manuscript      3 mins.  

52. Monarch of Wine! - Drinking        n.d. - John Sands,              
song*                                  Sydney                         

53. My Love                            n.d. - Manuscript      3 mins.  

54. Prelude to Fugue in D Minor        n.d. - Manuscript      12 mins  
- Orchestral*                                                           


55. One Day I wrote her name - 5       n.d. - Elkin & Co.     7 mins.  
Part Chorus                                                            

56. Rain - Song                         n.d. - Manuscript      2½ mins  

57. Scherzo for Pianoforte*             n.d. - Novello & Co.,  4 mins.  
                                        London                         

58. Scherzo in E Flat Major             n.d. - Manuscript      5 mins.  

59. The Soul's Enchantment ¾Song        n.d. - Manuscript      4 mins.  

60. String Quartet in F Minor with      n.d. - Manuscript      25 mins  
Threnody - Song                                                         

61. String Quartet for Violin           n.d. - Manuscript               

62. Threnody - for String Quartet       n.d. - Manuscript      5 mins.  

63. To Blossoms¾Six part song*          n.d. - Augener & Co.   6 mins.  

64. To the Lark                         n.d. - Novello & Co.   5 mins.  

65. Trio in D Minor                     n.d. - Manuscript      20 mins  

66. Violin Concerto in G Minor          n.d. - Manuscript      29 mins  

67. Voice of Praise - 2 part song       n.d. - Novello & Co.   2 mins.  

68. Voices of Women*                    n.d. - W.H. Paling &   5 mins.  
                                        Co. Ltd.                       


Works, published in England.
* Denotes held at National Library of Canberra [from Card Catalogue and Archives]
[This list is copied from W. Arundel Orchard's own typed/handwritten list. Amended ¾with inclusion of National Library Archives, 1995, although some may have been moved to the National Museum of Film & Sound Archives].

Guide prepared October 1995. Last revised 23 October 1996.