|Purcell||–||King Arthur - Quartet from the battle scene|
|Monteverdi||–||Orfeo - Scene from Act I
"Ju questo listo fortunato giorno"
|Purcell||–||King Arthur - Duet.
"Two daughters of this aged stream"
|Couperin||–||Duet - Epitaph on a lazy man|
|John Blow||–||Venus and Adonis - Scene from Act III|
|Handel||–||Acis and Galatea - Aria "Love sounds the alarm"|
|Mozart||–||Idomeneo - Trio from Act II|
|Mozart||–||Duet - "Come dearest wife"|
|Mozart||–||Don Giovanni - Quartet Act I
"Oh never trust that evil man"
|Beethoven||–||Fidelio - Quartet "Mir ist so wunderbar"|
|Weber||–||Oberon - Quartet "Over the dark blue ocean"|
|Smetana||–||The Bartered Bride - Duet "This girl I've found you"|
|Verdi||–||Falstaff - Aria. Invocation to the Fairies|
|Verdi||–||Il Travatore - The Miserere Scene|
|Ten minutes in Vienna:|
|A medley of Solos, Duets and Quartets
by Johann Strauss, Suppé and Zeller
|Corelli||–||Concerto No. 8 (for the night of the Nativity)|
|Suk||–||Meditation on a Bohemian Chorale|
|Haydn||–||Concerto in A major for Violin and Strings|
|Leighton||–||Symphony for Strings|
|J. S. Bach||–||Concerto in D minor for two Violins and Strings|
|Comic Opera in One Act by Gaetano Donizetti
(English translation by Phyllis Thorold)
|Scene||–||A village in Italy. Outside Rita's Inn.|
|Comic Opera in One Act by Jacques Offenbach
(English translation and adaptation by J. Strasser)
|Scene||–||A village in Northern Spain, in the background are
two inns, "The Haven of Hope" and "The Crocodile"
|Chairman:||Mrs. P. H. Ponting||Miss M. Kebby|
|Mrs. B. Machin||Mr. R. Lamb|
|Mrs. G. R. Davies||Dr. A. G. Blyth|
|Mrs. D. Rodgers||Secretary:||Miss Gladys New|
For the first 12 years we were known as the Music Group which was part of the Andover Community Association. Putting these history pages together we can see how many gaps exist in our records. If you have access to any of the information that is clearly marked as missing then do please let us know:- by email to the or the - alternatively; refer to the contact information available on the About AMC page or talk to a committee member at one of our concerts.