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Joseph Joachim’s Concerts


An incomplete list, subject to expansion and revision.
Dates follow the format: day/month/year.

For further reference, an extensive collection of programs exists online at: http://www.concertprogrammes.org.uk/collections/?cbq=Joseph+Joachim
Other major periodical archives contain thousands of concert notices and reviews.


1839

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17/3/1839: Adelskasino, Pest
Debut recital. Joseph Joachim, Stanislaus Serwaczyński; Johann Friedrich Eck Double Concerto, Franz Pechaˇcek Variations on Schubert’s Trauerwalzer. Ref: JJ

25/3/1840 [Der Adler, Vienna, 30/3/1840 p. 6]:

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16/11/1843 Gewandhaus, Leipzig
Seventh Subscription Concert of the Gewandhaus Orchestra, Ernst: Othello Fantasie. Ref: NZfM, 11/12/1843, p. 3.

1844

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7/6/1844: Princess’ Concert Room, London
G. A. Macfarren’s and J. W. Davison’s Third Concert of Chamber Music. Mendelssohn Trio in d minor, op. 49 (Joachim, Mendelssohn, Hausmann), Bach Adagio and Fugue g minor, BWV 1001, Mendelssohn Quartet in D, op. 44 (Joachim, Goffrie, Hill, Hausmann); program also included songs by Mendelssohn and Macfarren, sung by Marshall, Dolby, and Rainforth.

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1845

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18/10/1845: Gewandhaus Leipzig
A Beethoven string quartet, together with David, Gade, and Grabau. Concert given by Lisa B. Cristiani. Ref: Program Stadtgeschichtliches Museum, Leipzig.

10/11/1845: Hôtel de Saxe, Dresden
JJ plays Mendelssohn’s violin concerto and David’s Variations on Schubert’s Lob der Thränen for Violin and Orchestra, op. 15 under Robert Schumann’s direction. This Dresden premiere would be Joseph’s first performance of the Mendelssohn Concerto, and the third public performance of the work outright.

4/12/1845Gewandhaus Leipzig
Adagio und Rondo für die Violine mit Orchester, komponiert und vorgetragen von Herrn Joseph Joachim; Caprice für die Violine mit Orchesterbegleitung, über ein Thema aus dem Piraten von Bellini, komponiert von H.W. Ernst, gespielt von Herrn Joseph Joachim.

Erster Theil: Symphonie von W.A. Mozart (D dur, ohne Menuett ; Arie aus Norma von Bellini [Keusche Göttin, im silbernen Glanze], gesungen von Fräulein Jenny Lind ; Adagio und Rondo für die Violine mit Orchester, componiert und vorgetragen von Herrn Joseph Joachim ; Duett aus “I Capuleti e Montechi” von Bellini [Si, fuggire!], gesungen von Fräulein Jenny Lind und Miss Helene Dolby — Zweiter Theil: Ouverture zu Oberon von C. Maria von Weber ; Recitativ und Arie aus Don Juan von Mozart [Ich grausam! .. Ueber Alles bleibst du theuer], gesungen von Fräulein Lind ; Caprice für die Violine mit Orchesterbegleitung, über ein Thema aus dem Piraten von Bellini, componirt von H.W. Ernst, gespielt von Herrn Joseph Joachim — Lieder mit Pianofortebegleitung, gesungen von Fräulein Lind.

Ref: Program, Morgan Library  Accession Number PMC 1187

1846

11/1/1846: Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, Vienna
Ref: Wiener Zeitung, No. 11 (11 January, 1846), p. 84.

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1847

9/2/1847: Dresden, Saxony
Ref: Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung (Nr. 43), Friday, 12 February, 1847, p. 369.

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19/4/1847: Beethoven Rooms, London
Beethoven Quartet Society. Beethoven: Quartet in C minor, Op. 18, No. 4; Quartet in E flat Major, Op. 74; Quartet in A minor, Op. 132. Ref. The Musical World, No. 22 (24 April, 1847), p. 262.

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21/6/1847: Manchester, England
Mendelssohn Violin Concerto, Ernst Adagio and Rondo. Ref: Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser, Wednesday, 23 June, 1847.

1848

11/3/1848: Hamburg
Beethoven Violin Concerto, Ernst Otello Fantasie. The concert is attended by the young Johannes Brahms, who hears Joachim for the first time.
Hamburger Nachrichten of 27 March gives a concert review: “In dem Violin-Virtuosen Hrn. J. Joachim, der das Beethoven’sche Violin-Concert und die bekannte Othello-Phantasie von Ernst vortrug, lernte unser Publikum einen Künstler von bedeutendem Talent und der solidesten Kunstrichtung kennen. Die Bemerkung, daß derselbe das großartige Beethovensche Concert — ein Werk, für das sich in mehr denn einer Beziehung wohl der Name Concert-Symphonie eignen möchte — in vortrefflicher Auffassung und sicherer Haltung mit Geschmack, mit Geist und Gefühl ausführte, zeigt den Standpunct dieses Künstlers zur Genüge an und macht jede weitere Erörterung überflüssig. Der laute Beifall aller Anwesenden, dessen er sich zu erfreuen hatte, war nur eine gerechte Anerkennung der ausgezeichneten Leistung —” Ref

19/10/1848: Gewandhaus, Leipzig
Weber, Overture to “Freischütz;” Mozart, Recitative and Aria sung by Minna Marpurg; Beethoven Violin Concerto (Joachim); Spohr, Finale from the opera “Zemire und Azor,” sung by Minna and Auguste Marburg, Frl. Stark, Herrn Wideman and Behr; Ferdinand David, Symphony after Goethe’s poem “Verschiedene Empfindungen auf einem Platze” (new, manuscript).  Ref: Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung, No. 291 (17 December 1848) p. 3824.

17/12/1848: Leipzig
“Am 17. Dec. veranstaltete die blinde Sängerin Frl. Anna Zinggeler aus Zürich ein Morgenconcert in der Buchhändlerbörse. Ihre Leistungen waren anerkenneswerth und fanden Beifall. Unterstützt wurde das Concert durch die HH. Joachim und Behr, Kapellmeister Rietz begleitete. Ein Hr. Pelz aus Prag debütierte minder glücklich mit einer Composition wie sie das Leipziger Publicum nicht zu hören gewohnt ist.” Ref: Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung, No. 354 (19 December 1848) p. 4562

1849

30/4/1849: Philharmonic Society, Dublin
23rd season, 4th grand concert. Principal performers: Miss A. Williams, Miss M. Williams, Signor Marras, Herr Joachim. Leader: Mr. Levey. Conductor: Mr. Bussell. Ref

Dublin Evening Mail No. 4763, page 3 (2/5/1849):

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7/5/1849: The Globe No. 14,862, p. 3. (10/5/1849)

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30/9/1849: Gewandhaus, Leipzig
Mendelssohn Violin Concerto. Ref: Program Stadtgeschichtliches Museum, Leipzig.

10/12/1849Gewandhaus, Leipzig
Maurer Concerto for Four Violins. Ref: Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung (Nr. 346), Friday, 12 December, 1849, p. 3788

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1850

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19/10/1850: Hof-Theater, Weimar
Hof-Kapelle Weimar (Liszt), Joachim, Agthe, Coßmann, Graumann, Beethoven violin concerto, Joachim Fantasie über ungarische Motive. Ref: THULB

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1852

31/5/1852Philharmonic Society, London
Joachim, Mendelssohn Violin Concerto, Joachim Fantasia on Scottish Airs.  Ref: Bell’s,

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Review: London Evening Standard 1 June, 1852:

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12/6/1852Queen’s Concert Rooms, Hanover Square, London
Beethoven Violin Concerto, ‘Hungarian’ Fantasy, Paganini 24th Caprice. Ref: Illustrated London News, 12 June, 1852, p. 458; The Morning Advertiser, Saturday, 26 June, 1852, p. 6.

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23/6/1852: Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford
Joachim, Bottesini, various artists, Joachim Phantasie über ungarische Motive (Fantasia on Hungarian Airs). Ref: The Era.

25/6/1852: London, Hanover-square Rooms
Joachim, Ferd. Hiller cond., Beethoven violin concerto, Joachim Phantasie über ungarische Motive (Fantasia on Hungarian Airs). Ref: London Daily News.  Morning Chronicle.

13/11/1852: Joachim debuts in Hanover with Mendelssohn Concerto — audition concert for his new position. Ref: FMH 1853

8/1/1853: Hanover
Spohr Gesangscene. (Kömpel played Beethoven Concerto) Ref. and complete program: FMH

22/1/1853: Hanover
Spohr Gesangscene (Kömpel played Beethoven Concerto) Ref. and complete program: FMH

26/2/1853: Hanover
Bach Chaconne, Ernst Concerto Allegro Pathétique. Ref. and complete program: FMH

19/3/1853: Hanover
Ernst Othello Fantasie. Ref. and complete program: FMH

17/5/1853: Niederrheinische Musikfest, Düsseldorf
Beethoven Violin Concerto, Bach Chaconne (Mendelssohn arrangement, accompanied by Clara Schumann).

25/10/1853:

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10/12/1853: Hanover
Beethoven Concerto. Ref. and complete program: FMH

20/12/1853: Casinosaal, Cologne
Ferdinand Hiller, conducting: Beethoven Concerto, unnamed composition of his own. Review: RMZ p. 1454.

23/12/1853: Casinosaal, Cologne
Recital Joachim, Hiller, and Koch for the benefit of “Herrn Clef, früheren Regisseurs des hiesigen Vaudeville – Theaters.” Joachim Romanze, Paganini 24th caprice, with Hiller Bach sonata in E Major, three Etudes by Hiller for Piano and Violin, and Beethoven Kreutzer Sonata. Ref: BMZ

1854

7/1/1854: Hof-Theater, Hanover
Joseph Joachim conducting: Franz Liszt Fantasie über Ungarische Volksmelodien; Hans von Bülow, pianist. Ref: LdK  FMH

21/1/1854: Hof-Theater, Hanover
Joachim, Schumann Fantasie. Ref. and complete program: FMH

4/3/1854: Hof-Theater, Hanover
Joachim, “Romanze v. Beethoven” “Präludium v. Bach,” “Capriccio v. Paganini.” Ref. and complete program: FMH

1/4/1854: Hof-Theater, Hanover
Joachim, Berlioz Romanze “Tendresse et Caprice.” Ref. and complete program: FMH

10/12/1854: Singakademie, Berlin
Joachim and Clara Schumann joint recital. Ref: Neue Berliner Musikzeitung, vol. 8 no. 50, (13 December, 1854), p. 396:

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16/12/1854: Singakademie, Berlin
Second Joachim and Clara Schumann joint recital. Schumann Violin Sonata D Minor, Bach Prelude and Fugue for Violin Solo, Bach Prelude E Major, Paganini Caprice no. 24. Ref: ALP  Neue Berliner Musikzeitung, vol. 8 no. 51, (20 December, 1854), p. 403.

20/12/1854: Singakademie, Berlin
Third Joachim and Clara Schumann joint recital. Beethoven Romanze G Major, Bach, Sarabande and Double, Bach Bourée and Double, Schumann Fantasiestucke for Pianoforte and Violin, op. 73, Bach, Andante and Allegro from the Third Sonata for Violin, Beethoven, Violin Sonata C Minor, op. 30.

1856

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5/11/1856: Gasthof zur Stadt London, Göttingen
Joseph Joachim, Clara Schumann, Beethoven Sonata G Major, op. 96, Schubert 2 Moments musicals, op. 94 (pf.), Mendelssohn Scherzo à capriccio F sharp minor (pf.), Schumann Fantasie, op. 131, Mozart Sonata in A Major, Bach Adagio and Allegro (vln. solo), Schumann Carnaval, op. 9 (pf.). Ref: Michelmann/SIEBOLD, p. 112.

1857

18/2/1857: Mengershausen’s Saal, Göttingen
J. O. Grimm (cond.), Clara Schumann, pno. Beethoven Sonata G Major (not known which), Bach Praeludium and Fugue. Ref: Michelmann/SIEBOLD, pp. 112-113.

1858

1/6/1858: 7:45 p.m. Liverpool Philharmonic Society
Madame Viardot Garcia, Miss Kemble, Signor Luchesi, Joachim (“HIs first appearance in Liverpool since 1847”), J. Zeugheer Herrmann, cond. Ref: Liverpool Mail, (29 May, 1858).

1859

Irish Tour with Jenny Lind Goldschmidt and Otto Goldschmidt

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3/10/1859: 1:00 p.m. Railway Hotel, Killarney
Jenny Lind Goldschmidt, Otto Goldschmidt, Signor Belletti, Joachim. Rondo from Mozart “Il re Pastore,” Andante con Variation from Beethoven Sonata, op. 47, Tartini Sonata (Larghetto — Tempo Giusto — Finale), Mozart duo for violin and piano. Ref: Tralee Chronicle (2 September, 1859).

1862

26/12/1882: Glasgow Choral Union. Ref: AHRC

1865

17/11/1865: Singakademie, Berlin
Joachim, Hofopernsänger Stägemann, Musikdirektor Radecke. Ref: National-Zeitung, Berlin, vol. 18, no. 535 (15 November, 1865). [Review in National-Zeitung vol. 18, no. 543 (19 November, 1865)]

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22/11/1865: Singakademie, Berlin
Joachim, Clara Schumann. Ref: National-Zeitung, Berlin, vol. 18, no. 547 (22 November, 1865).

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29/11/1865: Singakademie, Berlin
Joachim, Clara Schumann. Ref: National-Zeitung, Berlin, vol. 18, no. 555 (26 November, 1865).

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1866

22/2/1866: Free Trade Hall, Manchester
Mr. Charles Hallé’s Grand Concerts: Vocalist, Madame Lemmens-Sherrington — Solo violin, Herr Joachim — Solo pianoforte and conductor, Mr Charles Hallé, E. de Jong. Ref: AHRC

8/3/1866Free Trade Hall, Manchester
Mr. Charles Hallé’s Grand Concerts: Vocalists Madame Lemmens-Sherrington, Mr Santley — Solo violin, Herr Joachim — Solo pianoforte and conductor, Mr Charles Hallé — Organist, Mr Henry Walker. Ref: AHRC

 

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1867

19/1/1867: Free Trade Hall, Manchester
Instrumentalists, Madame Schumann, Herr Joachim, Herr L. Ries, Mr Zerbini, Signor Piatti — Vocalist, Miss Louisa Pyne. Ref: AHRC

7/2/1867: Free Trade Hall, Manchester
Mr Charles Hallé’s Grand Concerts: Vocalist, Louise Pyne — Solo violin, Herr Joachim — Solo violoncello, Signor Piatti — Solo pianoforte and conductor, Mr. Charles Hallé. Ref: AHRC

7/3/1867: Free Trade Hall, Manchester
Mr Charles Hallé’s Grand Concerts: Vocalist, Madame Lemons-Sherrington — Solo violin, Herr Joachim — Solo pianoforte and conductor, Mr Charles Hallé. Ref: AHRC

16/3/1867: Crystal Palace, London
Beethoven Violin Concerto; Bach, Prelude and Presto; Romanze from Joachim Hungarian concerto, op. 11. Ref: London Evening Standard, Thursday, 28 March, 1867, p. 6.

1868

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22/02/1868: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, J. B. Zerbini, Alfredo Piatti, Elena Angele, Ernst Pauer, Henry Lazarus, C. Harper, John Winterbottom, Mr. Reynolds.  Ref: AHRC

24/02/1868: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, Alfredo Piatti, Vernon Rigby, Clara Schumann.  Ref: AHRC

29/02/1868: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, Alfredo Piatti, Cecilia Westbrook, Clara Schumann.  Ref: AHRC

02/03/1868: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, J. B. Zerbini, Alfredo Piatti, Charlotte Sainton Dolby, Clara Schumann.  Ref: AHRC

07/03/1868: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Ernst Pauer, Joseph Joachim, Henry Blagrove, Alfredo Piatti, Anna Jewell, Henry Lazarus, Mr. Reynolds, C. Harper, John Winterbottom.  Ref: AHRC

09/03/1868: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, J. B. Zerbini, Alfredo Piatti, Vernon Rigby, Charles Hallé.  Ref: AHRC

14/03/1868: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, C. Harper, Mr. Standen, Alfredo Piatti, Elena Angéle, Clara Schumann. Ref: AHRC

16/03/1868: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, J. B. Zerbini, Alfredo Piatti, Sims Reeves, Arabella Goddard, Mr. Reynolds.  Ref: AHRC

21/03/1868: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, J. B. Zerbini, Alfredo Piatti, Vernon Rigby, Clara Schumann. Ref: AHRC

23/03/1868: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, Alfredo Piatti, Cecilia Westbrook, Charles Hallé. Ref: AHRC

28/03/1868: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Henry Blagrove, Henry Lazarus, C. Harper, John Winterbottom, Mr. Reynolds, Alfredo Piatti, Elena Angéle, Arabella Goddard.  Ref: AHRC

30/03/1868: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, Alfredo Piatti, Cecilia Westbrook, Charles Hallé, Sims Reeves, Arabella goddard, Clara Schumann. Ref: AHRC

1869

04/01/1869: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, Alfredo Piatti, Edith Wynne, Arabella Goddard. Ref: AHRC

11/01/1869: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, J. B. Zerbini, Alfredo Piatti, Annie Edmonds, Ernst Pauer. Ref: AHRC

18/01/1869: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, Alfredo Piatti, Emily Spiller, Henry Lazarus, Charles Hallé, Adolf Pollitzer, Mr. Watson, J. B. Zerbini, Mr. Aylward, Mr. Reynolds. Ref: AHRC

23/01/1869: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, J. B. Zerbini, Alfredo Piatti, Charlotte Sainton-Dolby, Arabella Goddard. Ref: AHRC

25/01/1869: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, Alfredo Piatti, Vernon Rigby, Arabella Goddard, Adolf Pollizer, Mr. Watson, J. B. Zerbini, Mr. Aylward, Charles Reynolds. Ref: AHRC

30/01/1869: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, J. B. Zerbini, Alfredo Piatti, Charlotte Sainton-Dolby, Arabella Goddard, Madame Osborne Williams, Clara Schumann. Ref: AHRC

01/02/1869: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, Alfredo Piatti, Edith Wynne, Clara Schumann. Ref: AHRC

06/02/1869: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, J. B. Zerbini, Alfredo Piatti, Anna Jewell, Clara Schumann. Ref: AHRC

08/02/1869: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, J. B. Zerbini, Alessandro Pezze, Karl Wallenreiter, Clara Schumann. Ref: AHRC

13/02/1869: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, Alfredo Piatti, Anna Jewel, Henry Lazarus, Ernst Pauer, John Radcliff, Appollon Barret, Charles Harper, Mr. Reynolds. Ref: AHRC

15/02/1869: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, Alfredo Piatti, Vernon Rigby, Charles Hallé.  Ref: AHRC

20/02/1869: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, Alfredo Piatti, Karl Wallenreiter, Charles Hallé. Ref: AHRC

22/02/1869: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Adolf Pollitzer, Mr. Amor, Henry Blagrove, J. B. Zerbini, Guillaume Paque, Alfredo Piatti, Edith Wynne, Clara Schumann, Prosper Sainton, Josef Ludwig, Mr. Reynolds. Ref: AHRC

27/02/1869: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, J. B. Zerbini, Alfredo Piatti, Miss Banks, Clara Schumann. Ref: AHRC

01/03/1869: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, Alfredo Piatti, Charlotte Sainton Dolby, Clara Schumann. Ref: AHRC

06/03/1869: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Le Jeune, Arthur, Charlotte Sainton Dolby, Charles Hallé, Joseph Joachim, Louis ries, Henry Blagrove, Henry Lazarus, Charles Harper, John Winterbottom, Charles Reynolds, Alfredo Piatti. Ref: AHRC

08/03/1869: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Le Jeune, Arthur, Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, Alfredo Piatti, Madame Osborne Williams, Charles Hallé, Clara Schumann. Ref: AHRC

13/03/1869: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Prosper Sainton, Alfredo Piatti, Louis Ries, Adolf Pollitzer, Mr. Watson, J. B. Zerbini, Mr. Aylward, Mr. Reynolds, Edith Wynne, Arabella Goddard. Ref: AHRC

15/03/1869: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Henry Blagrove, Alfredo Piatti, Annie Edmonds, Arabella Goddard. Ref: AHRC

1870

29/01/1870: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Ludwig Straus, J. B. Zerbini, Alfredo Piatti, Blanche Cole, Ernst Pauer. Ref: AHRC

31/01/1870: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Ludwig Straus, Alfredo Piatti, Blanche Cole. Ref: AHRC

05/02/1870: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Ludwig Straus, J. B. Zerbini, Alfredo Piatti, Edith Wynne, Charles Hallé. Ref: AHRC

07/02/1870: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Ludwig Straus, Alfredo Piatti, Natalie Carola, Franklin Taylor.. Ref: AHRC

8/3/1870: Free Trade Hall, Manchester
Pianoforte, Madame Schumann — Violin, Herr Joachim — Vocalist, Miss Edith Wynne. Ref

1871

20/02/1871: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Ludwig Straus, J. B. Zerbini, Hugo Daubert, Charles Santley, Charles Hallé. Programme mis-bound in volume. Piatti unwell. Ref: AHRC

13/02/1871: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Ludwig Straus, J. B. Zerbini, Alfredo Piatti, Miss Enriquez, Clara Schumann. Ref: AHRC

27/02/1871: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Ludwig Straus, Edward Howell, Arthur Byron, Clara Schumann. Piatti unwell. Ref: AHRC

06/03/1871: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Franklin Taylor, Joseph Joachim, Alfredo Piatti, William Hayman Cummings, Ludwig Straus, Henry Lazarus, Paquis, Mr. Hutchins, Mr. Reynolds, Alfredo Piatti. Ref: AHRC

8/3/1871: Philharmonic Society, London
Mr Santley and Miss Edith Wynne (vocal) and Herr Joachim (violin), including a number of words by Gounod being given for the first time. Ref: AHRC

18/03/1871: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Ludwig Straus, Alfredo Piatti, Rebecca Jewell, Clara Schumann.. Ref: AHRC

20/03/1871: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Ludwig Straus, Mr. Paquis, Mr. Standen, Mr. Reynolds, Alfredo Piatti, Amalie Joachim, Emma Brandes. Ref: AHRC

25/03/1871: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Ludwig Straus, J. B. Zerbini, Alfredo Piatti, Amalie Joachim, Clara Schumann, Julius Benedict. Ref: AHRC

27/03/1871: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Ludwig Straus, Alfredo Piatti, Charles Santley, Arabella Goddard. Ref: AHRC

01/04/1871: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, J. B. Zerbini, Alfredo Piatti, Sims Reeves, Emma Brandes, Clara Schumann, Mr. Reynolds, Julius Benedict. Ref: AHRC

03/04/1871: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Ludwig Straus, Alfredo Piatti, Charles Santley, Amalie Joachim, Clara Schumann, Ernst Pauer, Wilma Norman Neruda, Charles Hallé, Mr. Reynolds, Julius Benedict. Ref: AHRC

1872

22/2/1872: Free Trade Hall, Manchester
Mr Charles Hallé’s Grand Concerts: Vocalists, Miss Helen D’alton, Mr Maybrick — Solo violin, Herr Joachim — Solo pianoforte and conductor, Mr Charles Hallé. Ref

27/2/1872: Royal Albert Hall, London
Grand Evening Concert on Thanksgiving Day, with Mr Cummings, Mr Maybrick, Mr Sims Reeves, Mademoiselle Enriquez, Mademoiselle J. Sherrington and Madame Lemmens Sherrington (vocal), Joseph Joachim (violin) and Mr G. Carter (organ), conducted by Sir Julius Benedict, including the first performance of Julius Benedict, Hymn of Thanksgiving. Ref: AHRC

1873

1874

14/02/1874: Crystal Palace, London
Elena Corani, Signor Agnesi, Joseph Joachim, Mr. Wedemeyer. Ref: AHRC

21/03/1874: Crystal Palace, London
Madame Sinico, Vernon Rigby, Crystal Palace Choir, Joseph Joachim, August Manns. First performance in England of Brahms’ Song of Destiny. Ref: AHRC

1875

13/03/1875: Crystal Palace, London
Edith Wynne, Helene Arnim, Joseph Joachim, August Manns. Ref: AHRC

18/3/1875: Philharmonic Society, London
Miss Edith Wynne, Madame Patey, Mr W. H. Cummings and Mr Santley (vocal) and Herr Joachim (violin), including the first performance of W. Sterndale Bennett, Funeral March from Music of Sophocles. Ref: AHRC

1876

04/03/1876: Crystal Palace, London
Wilhelmine Gips, George E. Fox, Joseph Joachim, August Manns. First performance of Joachim’s orchestration of Schubert’s Grand Duo for piano, D812. Ref: AHRC

18/03/1876: Crystal Palace, London
Thekla Friedländer, Annie Butterworth, Jospeh Joachim, August Manns. First performance in England of Rubinstein’s Ballet music and Wedding march from Feramors. Ref: AHRC

1877

03/02/1877: Crystal Palace, London
Edward Lloyd, Crystal Palace Choir, Joseph Joachim, August Manns. Concert to mark the 30th anniversary of Mendelssohn’s death. Ref: AHRC

12/03/1877: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Ludwig Straus, J. B. Zerbini, Alessandro Pezze, Alfredo Piatti, Sophie Löwe, Clara Schumann. Ref: AHRC

1878

28/12/1878: Berlin
Viotti Concerto a minor, Joachim “Hungarian” concerto, op. 11. Ref: NZfM (2/1/1879)

1879

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1/1/1879: Gewandhaus Leipzig
First Performance of Brahms violin concerto, Beethoven violin concerto, Brahms violin concerto, Bach chaconne. Ref: NZfM (17/1/1879).

8/1/1879: Budapest
Johannes Brahms conducting, Johannes Brahms violin concerto. Ref: Wolfgang Ebert, “Johannes Brahms in Ungarn,” Studien zur Musikwissenschaft, vol. 37 (1986) p. 110. (With review)

18/1/1879: Convictsaal, Prague
Ref: PT

18/2/1879: St James’s Hall, London
Grand Orchestral and Vocal Concerts with Miss Emma Beasley (vocal) and Herr Joachim (violin), including the first English performance of Baron Orezy, Hungarian Ballet Music from the opera, The Renegade (conducted by the composer). Ref: AHRC

22/02/1879: Crystal Palace, London
Joseph Joachim, Anne Marriott, Charles Santley, August Manns. First British performance of Brahms violin concerto. Ref: AHRC

8/3/1879: Joseph Joachim, Anne Marriott, Charles Santley, August Manns. First British performance of Brahms violin concerto. Ref: AHRC

20/3/1879: St James’s Hall, London
Philharmonic Society, W. G. Cusins, cond. Brahms violin concerto. Ref: Program (Schubertiade sale).

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12-26/9/1879: Concert tour with Johannes Brahms through Transylvania. Brahms violin concerto, works of Spohr, Bach, Schumann, Gluck and Schubert; Romanze from Joachim Hungarian concerto, op. 11; Brahms Cappricios, op. 73; Beethoven Kreutzer sonata. Ref: Renate and Kurt Hofmann, p. 146.

13/9/1879: Piano salon Pirnitzer, Budapest
Concert with Johannes Brahms.

15/9/1879: Timișoara
Concert with Johannes Brahms.

19/9/1879: Kronstadt
Concert with Johannes Brahms.

21/9/1879: Hermannstadt
Concert with Johannes Brahms.

23/9/1879: Klausenburg
Concert with Johannes Brahms.

26/12/1879-15/2/1880: Concertizing in Austria-Hungary. Ref: PT

1880

6/1/1880: Milan
Joachim and Bonawitz (piano), Joachim Hungarian Concerto, Hungarian Dances. Ref: Musical Times (1 February, 1880), p. 85.

30/1/1880: Budapest
Brahms violin concerto. Ref: Wolfgang Ebert, “Johannes Brahms in Ungarn,” Studien zur Musikwissenschaft, vol. 37 (1986) p. 111. (With review)

11/2/1880Sophieninselsaal, Prague
5:00 p.m. Recital with Johannes Brahms; Spohr Gesangsscene, 2 Rhapsodies of Brahms (Brahms), Bach Chaconne, Brahms sonata (unspecified), Hiller Adagio, Spohr Barcarolle, Paganini Caprice, Brahms-Joachim “Dva uherské tauce.” Ref: Prager Tagblatt, 11 February 1880.

18/3/1880: St James’s Hall, London
Philharmonic Society (W. G. Cusins, cond.), Brahms Violin Concerto. Ref: Morning Post (16 March, 1880), p. 1.

1881

7/2/1881: Cambridge University Musical Society
(C. V. Stanford, cond.): Stanford “Elegiac” Symphony, Brahms violin concerto, Joachim violin variations e minor. Ref: Musical Times (1/4/1882); Bury and Norwich Post (14/3/1882).

11/11/1881 Sing-Akademie, Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, de Ahna, Wirth, Hausmann), 3. Abend; Schumann Quartet F major, op. 40, Cherubini Quartet d minor, Beethoven Quartet C sharp minor, op. 131. Ref: JJC

26/11/1881 Gewandhaus, Leipzig
Gewandhaus Orchestra, Mozart Sinfonia Concertante (Engelbert Röntgen, viola), Mendelssohn Violin Concerto. Ref: AMZ (30/11/1881) p. 766.

1882

7/2/1881: Cambridge University Musical Society
(C. V. Stanford, cond.): Stanford “Elegiac” Symphony, Brahms violin concerto, Joachim violin variations e minor. Ref: Musical Times (1/4/1882); Bury and Norwich Post (14/3/1882).

23/2/1882: Hallé’s Concert, Manchester
Brahms violin concerto, Joachim violin variations e minor. Ref: Musical Times (1/4/1882); London Standard (27/3/1882).

27/02/1882: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Gustav Hollander, Alfredo Piatti, Agnes Zimmermann, Mr. Abercrombie. Ref: AHRC

18/03/1882: Crystal Palace London
Mrs Hutchinson, Miss Hope Glenn, Jospeh Joachim, August Manns. Brahms Violin Concerto, Joachim “Elegiac” Overture, op. 13. Ref: AHRC, Musical Times (1/4/1882):

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1883

4/2/1883: Basel. Seventh Concert of the Musikgesellschaft
Mendelssohn a minor Symphony, Brahms Violin Concerto, Ouverture by Joachim (unspecified), Adagio by Viotti, Brahms-Joachim Hungarian Dances, Weber Freischütz Ouverture. Ref: Neue Zeitschrift für Musik, vol. 50, no. 7 (9 February, 1883). p. 79.

10/03/1883: Crystal Palace, London
Joseph Joachim, Herr Krause, August Manns. Ref: AHRC

04/12/1882: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Ludwig Straus, Alfredo Piatti, Carlotta Elliot, Dora Schirmacher, Adolf Pollizer, J. B. Zerbini, Mr,. Wiener, Alessandro Pezze. Ref: AHRC

1884

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25/02/1884: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Gustav Hollander, J. B. Zerbini, Alessandro Pezze, Alfredo Piatti, Agnes Zimmermann, Edith Santley. Ref: AHRC

03/03/1884: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Gustav Hollander, Alfredo Piatti, Clara Schumann, Miss Badia. Ref: AHRC

15/3/1884: Crystal Palace, London
Joachim, Manns (cond.), Mozart violin concerto in A Major, Joachim Variations for violin and orchestra. Ref: The South London Press, 22 March 1884: “This great Hungarian violinist introduced for the first time to an English audience a concerto by Mozart, in A major, for violin and orchestra. The concerto was composed in 1775, at Salzburg, where Joachim discovered it some 25 years back, made a copy of it, and played it in Hanover. […] Herr Joachim later in the afternoon gave one of his compositions, ‘Variations for violin and orchestra,’ during which one of his violin strings broke, which accident was, however, soon remedied.”

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22/03/1884: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Ludwig Straus, J. B. Zerbini, Alfredo Piatti, Clara Schumann, Raimund von Zur Mühlen. Ref: AHRC

1885

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28/02/1885: Crystal Palace, London
Harper Kearton, Joseph Joachim, Robert Heckmann, Alfred Eyre, Crystal Palace Choir, August Manns. Ref: AHRC

14/03/1885: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Ludwig Straus, Alfredo Piatti, Edward Lloyd, Fanny Frickenhaus, Sidney Naylor, Charles Ould. Ref: AHRC

6/11/1885: Berlin Philharmonic Hall
Mendelssohn-Feier, Stern’scher Gesang-Verein (Rudorff), All-Mendelssohn Program: 114 Psalm, op. 51, Violin Concerto, op. 64 (Joachim), Die erste Walpurgisnacht, op. 60. Ref: JJC

1887

16/2/1887: St. James’s Hall, London, London Symphony Concerts
Brahms violin concerto, Beethoven Romanze in F. Ref: The Graphic (5 March, 1887), p. 238; London Standard (16 February, 1887), p. 2.

24/2/1887: St. James’s Hall, London, London Symphony Concerts
Brahms violin concerto, Beethoven Romanze in F. Ref: Morning Post (23 February, 1887) p. 1.

19/03/1887: Crystal Palace, London
Adelaide Mullen, Joseph Joachim, August Manns. First performance in England of Widor’s Symphony no. 2 in A, op. 54. Ref: AHRC

1/11/1887: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, de Ahna, Wirth, Hausmann), 2. Abend; Schumann Quartet a minor, op. 41, Bargiel Quartet E flat major, op. 74, Beethoven Quartet E flat major, op. 74. Ref: JJC

1888

15/02/1888: London
George Henschel, Joseph Bennett, Joseph Joachim, Robert Hausmann. Henschel’s London symphony Concerts, Programme notes by Joseph Bennett. First performance in England of Brahms double concerto. Programme belonging to E. L. Jenkinson. Ref: AHRC

5/3/1888: Crystal Palace, London
London Standard review of Crystal Palace Saturday Concerts
Bach Concerto for Two Violins (with Geraldine Morgan), Brahms violin concerto. “Dr. Joachim rendered the performance of Brahms’ Concerto for Violin and Orchestra incomparably beautiful, and the applause at its close was tumultuous. This is the third time Dr. Joachim has played this concerto here, the first being in February, 1879, and the second in March, 1882.” Ref: London Standard (5 March, 1888). [Joachim also played a Sarabande and Bourée by Bach] Review

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26/11/1888: Berlin, Berlin Philharmonic
Hans von Bülow, cond. Joachim Violin Concerto No. 3, Schumann Fantasie, op. 131.

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1889

23/1/1889: Berln: Große Saal
Berlin Philharmonic, Woldemar Bargiel, cond. Concert of Clara Schumann and Joseph Joachim. Schumann Fantasy, Joachim Hungarian Concerto (Clara Schumann played Chopin, Concerto No. 2 in F Minor). Ref: ALP

Rudolfinum, Prague

29/1/1889: Rudolphinum, Prague
Recital with Carl Heinrich Barth, piano. Ref: PT

11/2/1889: Grosser Musikvereinssaal, Vienna
K.k. Hofopernorchester, Hans Richter, cond. Beethoven violin concerto, Spohr Adagio, Schumann Abendlied (orch. Joachim), Brahms violin concerto. Ref: Program RWE

1890

22/02/1890: St James’s Hall: Saturday popular concerts
Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Ludwig Straus, Alfredo Piatti, Lilian Henschel, Agnes Zimmermann. Ref: AHRC

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08/03/1890: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Ludwig Straus, Alfredo Piatti, Reginald Groome, Caroline Geisler-Schubert, Mary Carmichael. Ref: AHRC

15/3/1890: Crystal Palace, London
15 March: Miss Alice Whitacre (vocal), Joseph Joachim (violin) and Ernest Gillet (cello) Brahms Concerto for Violin and Violoncello, Bach Chaconne. Ref: AHRC, STRAD

26/3/1890: Kinnaird Hall, Dundee
Joachim, Piatti, Davies, Spohr Adagio in e minor from the 11th concerto, two Brahms/Joachim Hungarian Dances. Ref: Dundee Advertiser (17 March, 1890), p. 5.

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1891

09/02/1891: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Fanny Davies, Joseph Joachim, Franz Friedrich Paersch, Bertha Moore, Ludwig Straus, Julian Egerton, William Wotton, Mr. Reynolds. Ref: AHRC

14/02/1891: St James’s Hall, London
Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Ludwig Straus, Alfred Gibson, Alfredo Piatti, Orlando Harley, Max Pauer, Oliver King. Ref: AHRC

21/02/1891: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Ludwig Straus, Alfred Gibson, W. E. Whitehouse, Alfredo Piatti. Braxton Smith, Agnes Zimmermann. Saturday popular concerts. Ref: AHRC

07/03/1891: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, Ludwig Straus, Alfred Gibson, Alfredo Piatti, Charles Santley, Fanny Davies, Sideny Naylor. Ref: AHRC

6/10 – 9/10/1891: Prospectus for 1891 Birmingham Musical Festival at the Town Hall. Performers: Emma Albani, Anna Williams, Edward Lloyd, Charles Santley, Mr Brereton, Mrs Brereton, Miss Macintyre, Hilda Wilson, Madame Hope Glenn, Iver McKay, Watkin Mills, George Henschel, Joseph Joachim, Hans Richter. Ref: AHRC

14/10/1891: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, de Ahna, Wirth, Hausmann), 1. Abend (I Cyclus); Haydn Quartet B Major (49 in the Peters Edition), Mozart Quartet D Major, No. 10, Beethoven Quartet E flat Major, op. 127. Ref: JJC

28/10/1891: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, de Ahna, Wirth, Hausmann), 2. Abend (I Cyclus); Bargiel Quartet d minor, op. 47, Schubert Quartet a minor, op. 29, Beethoven Quartet C Major, op. 59. Ref: JJC

9/11/1891: Berlin Concert Direction Hermann Wolf: REF

5/12/1891: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Mozart-Feier, Concert celebrating the 100th anniversary of Mozart’s Death, for the benefit of a monument for Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven in Berlin, Mozart Violin Concerto A Major. Ref: JJC

12/12/1891: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Richard Mühlfeld, Joachim Quartet (Joachim, de Ahna, Wirth, Hausmann), 3. Abend (I Cyclus); Brahms Trio a minor for Piano, Clarinet and Violoncello (Mscrpt.), Mozart Quartet G major, Brahms Quintet B minor for Clarinet, two violins, viola and violoncello (Mscrpt.). Ref: JJC

29/12/1981: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, de Ahna, Wirth, Hausmann), 4. Abend (I Cyclus); All Beethoven Program, Quartet F major, op. 18, Quartet E flat major, op 74, Quartet a minor, op 132. Ref: JJC

1892

3/2/1892: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, de Ahna, Wirth, Hausmann), 2. Abend (II Cyclus); Haydn Quartet D major, op. 50 (No. 27 in the Peters Edition), Cherubini Quartet d minor, Beethoven Quartet E minor, op. 59, no. 2. Ref: JJC

16/2/1892: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, de Ahna, Wirth, Hausmann), 3. Abend (II Cyclus); Herzogenberg Quartet G Major, op. 42, Beethoven Quartet f minor, op. 95, Schubert Quartet d minor. Ref: JJC

12/3/1892: Crystal Palace, London
Madame Hope Glenn (vocal) and Joseph Joachim. Ref: AHRC

15/10/1892: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse (for the ill de Ahna), Wirth, Hausmann), 1. Abend (I Cyclus); Haydn Quartet E flat Major, op. 64, Mozart Quartet d minor, Beethoven Quartet B Major, op. 130. Ref: JJC

29/10/1892: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, de Ahna, Wirth, Hausmann), Bram Eldering, 2nd viola, 2. Abend (I Cyclus); Beethoven Quartet B Major, op. 18, Herzogenberg Quintet c minor, op. 77, Schumann Quartet A Major, op. 41. Ref: JJC

14/12/1892: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), H. Dechert, 2nd violoncello, 3. Abend (I Cyclus); Mendelssohn Quartet E flat Major, op. 12, Haydn Quartet B minor, Schubert Quintet C Major, op. 163.  “Zur Erinnerung an Heinrich de Ahna, gest. am 1. November 1892” Ref: JJC

29/12/1892: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), 4. Abend (I Cyclus); Prinz Reuss Quartet F Major, Mozart Quartet D Major, no. 7, Beethoven Quartet E flat Major, op. 127. Ref: JJC

1893 

14/1/1893: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), 1. Abend (II Cyclus); All Beethoven Program: Quartet A Major, op. 18, Quartet F minor, op. 95, Quartet C sharp minor, op. 131. Ref: JJC

28/1/1893: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), Bram Eldering, 2nd viola, 2. Abend (II Cyclus); Haydn Quartet D minor, op. 76, Mozart Divertimento E flat Major for Violin, Viola and Violoncello, Brahms Quintet G Major, op. 111. Ref: JJC

9/2/1893: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), 3. Abend (II Cyclus); Cherubini Quartet E flat Major, Schumann Quartet a minor, op. 41, Beethoven Quartet E flat Major, op 74. Ref: JJC

12/4/1893: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), 4. Abend (II Cyclus); Mozart Quartet B Major, no. 9, d’Albert Quartet II E flat Major, op. 11 (neu), Beethoven Quartet E minor, op. 59, no. 2. Ref: JJC

14/10/1893: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), Bram Eldering, 2nd viola, 1. Abend (I Cyclus); Haydn Quartet F Major, op. 77, Beethoven Quartet f minor, op. 95, Mozart Quintet G minor. Ref: JJC

1894

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31/1/1894: Scottish Orchestra Company, Popular Orchestral Concerts.
Beethoven violin concerto. Ref: AHRC , Dundee Evening Telegraph (1/2/1894).

10/3/1894: Crystal Palace London
Joachim Elegiac Overture, Brahms Violin Concerto. Ref: MT Musical Times, (1 April, 1894), p. 241.

13/10/1894: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), 1. Abend (I Cyclus); Haydn Quartet C Major, Mozart Quartet G Major, Beethoven Quartet e minor, op. 59, no. 2. Ref: JJC

27/10/1894: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), 2. Abend (I Cyclus); Beethoven Quartet C minor, op. 18, Brahms Quartet B Major, op. 67, Schubert Quartet C Major, op. 163,  Ref: JJC

13/12/1894: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), Schrattenholz, 2nd violoncello, 3. Abend (I Cyclus); Klughardt Quintet for 2 violins, viola and 2 violoncelli g minor, op. 62 (neu), Mozart Quartet E flat Major, Brahms Sextet B Major, op. 18. Ref: JJC

14/12/1894: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Gedächtnisfeier für Hermann von Helmholtz / Memorial Concert for Hermann von Helmholtz, Schumann Abendlied. Ref: JJC

28/12/1894: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), 1. Abend (II Cyclus); All-Beethoven Program: Quartet A Major, op. 18, Quartet C Major, op. 59, Quartet a minor, op. 132. Ref: JJC

1895

12/1/1895: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), 2. Abend (II Cyclus); Haydn Quartet G Major, op. 77, Dvorák Quartet E flat Major, op. 51, Beethoven Quartet f minor, op. 95. Ref: JJC

24/1/1895: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), Andreas Moser, 2nd viola, 3. Abend (II Cyclus); Mozart Quintet D Major, Cherubini Quartet E flat Major, Brahms Quintet G Major, op. 111. Ref: JJC

30/03/1895: Crystal Palace, London
Agnes Janson, Joseph Joachim, Emily Shinner, Sir Arthur Sullivan. Ref: AHRC

27/4/1895: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), 4. Abend (II Cyclus); Haydn Quartet C Major, op. 54, no. 2, Mozart Quartet F Major, Beethoven Quartet c sharp minor, op. 131. Ref: JJC

12/10/1895: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), 1. Abend (I Cyclus); Haydn Quartet G Major, Mozart Quartet A Major, Beethoven Quartet B Major, op. 130. Ref: JJC

26/10/1895: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), 2. Abend (I Cyclus); Mozart Quartet d minor, Dvorák Quartet C Major, op 61, Beethoven Quartet E flat Major, op. 127. Ref: JJC

11/12/1895: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), Dechert, 2nd violoncello, 3. Abend (I Cyclus); Haydn Quartet F Major (no. 14 in the Peters Edition), Brahms Quartet a minor, op. 51, Schubert Quintet C Major, op. 163. Ref: JJC

28/12/1895: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir (for Kruse), Wirth, Hausmann), 4. Abend (I Cyclus); All-Beethoven Program: Quartet E-flat Major, op. 74, Quartet G Major, op. 18, Quartet c sharp minor, op. 131. Ref: JJC

1896

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11/1/1896: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), Moser, 2nd viola, Dechert, 2nd violoncello, 1. Abend (II Cyclus); Mozart Quartet D Major, no. 10, Brahms Sextet G Major, op. 36, Beethoven Quartet e minor, op. 59. Ref: JJC

22/1/1896: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), 2. Abend (II Cyclus); Haydn Quartet B Major, op. 76, H. von Herzogenberg Quartet f minor, op. 63, Beethoven Quintet C Major, op. 29 (Andreas Moser, 2nd viola). Ref: JJC

1/2/1896: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), 3. Abend (II Cyclus); Mendelssohn Quartet e minor, op. 44, no. 2, Beethoven Quartet A Major, op. 18, Schubert Quartet d minor. Ref: JJC

07/03/1896: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Louis Ries, George A. Clinton, Paul Ludwig, Ada Crossley, Gospodin Sapellnikoff, Henry Bird.  Ref: AHRC

15/4/1896: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), 4. Abend (II Cyclus); Haydn Quartet b minor, no. 32 in Peters Edition, Mozart Quartet B Major, no. 9, Beethoven Quartet a minor, op. 132. Ref: JJC

7/5/1896: Berlin Philharmonic Hall
Jubelfeier des 200jährigen Bestehens, Königliche Akademie der Künste zu Berlin. Spitta/Bruch Moses, op. 67 (Joachim, cond.). Ref: JJC

10/10/1896: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), 1. Abend (I Cyclus); Haydn Quartet B Major, op. 64, Mozart Quartet E flat Major, Beethoven Quartet F Major, op. 59. Ref: JJC

28/10/1896: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), 2. Abend (I Cyclus); Beethoven Quartet B Major, op. 18, Schubert Quartet G Major, op. 161, Brahms Quintet F Major, op. 88 (Andreas Moser, 2nd viola).  Ref: JJC

13/12/1896: Saale des Saalbaues, Frankfurt

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1897

24/1/1897: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), 1. Abend (II Cyclus); All-Beethoven Concert: Quartet D Major, op. 18, Quartet f minor, op. 95, Quartet F Major, op. 135. Ref: JJC

2/2/1897: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), 2. Abend (II Cyclus); Haydn Quartet B Major, op. 71, no. 1, Brahms Quartet a minor, op. 51, Schubert Quartet d minor. Ref: JJC

17/2/1897: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), 3. Abend (II Cyclus); Mendelssohn Quartet E flat Major, op. 12, Beethoven Quartet a minor, op. 132, Mozart Quintet g minor (Andreas Moser, 2nd viola). Ref: JJC

22/4/1897: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Kruse, Wirth, Hausmann), 4. Abend (II Cyclus); Johannes Brahms zum Gedächtniss/Johannes Brahms Memorial Concert: Quartet c minor, op. 51, Sextet B Major, op. 18, Quintet G Major, op. 111 (Andreas Moser, 2nd viola; Hugo Dechert, 2nd violoncello). Ref: JJC

16/10/1897: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Wirth, Hausmann), 1. Abend (I Cyclus); Haydn Quartet C Major, Mozart Quartet d minor, Beethoven Quartet c sharp minor, op. 131. Ref: JJC

31/10/1897: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Wirth, Hausmann), 2. Abend (I Cyclus); Schumann Quartet F Major, op. 41, Stanford Quartet d minor, op. 64, Beethoven Quartet e minor, op. 59. Ref: JJC

24/11/1897: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Wirth, Hausmann), 3. Abend (I Cyclus); Haydn Quartet g minor, op. 74, Brahms Quartet B Major, op. 67 (“Herrn Prof. Engelmann gewidmet”), Beethoven Quartet E flat Major, op. 74. Ref: JJC

8/12/1897: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Wirth, Hausmann), 4. Abend (I Cyclus); Mozart Quartet G Major, Mendelssohn Quintet B Major, op. 87 (Andreas Moser, 2nd viola), Beethoven Quartet E flat Major, op. 127. Ref: JJC

1898

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05/03/1898: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Emil Kruse, Alfred Gibson, Hugo Becker, Evangeline Florence, Fanny Davies, Wilma Norman-Neruda, Henry Bird. Ref: AHRC

21/03/1898: St James’s Hall, London
Saturday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Kruse Johann Secundus, Emanuel Wirth, Robert Hausmann, Beatrice Spencer, Henry Bird. Ref: AHRC

28/03/1898: St James’s Hall, London
Monday popular concerts. Joseph Joachim, Johann Secundus Kruse, Emanuel Wirth, Robert Hausmann, Lilian Henschel, Henry Bird, Ref: AHRC

1899

28/2/1899 Town Hall, Birmingham
Mr. Halford’s Orchestral Concerts. Ref: AHRC

1901

25/4 – 10/5 1901: Joseph Joachim, Carl Halir, Emmanuel Wirth, Robert Hausmann. Handbill for Joachim Quartet concerts 1901. Ref: AHRC

27/04/1901: Joseph Joachim, Carl Halir, Emmanuel Wirth, Robert Hausmann, Alfred Hobday, Percy Such. Second Joachim Quartet concert. Ref: AHRC

4/5/1901: London, Queen’s Hall (afternoon)
Harold Bauer (piano, first appearance at Queen’s Hall) and Dr. Joachim (violin), conducted by Henry J. Wood. Ref: AHRC, AHRC(2)

9/5 – 23/5 1901: Donald Francis Tovey. Handbill for three recitals. Ref: AHRC

1902

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26/4 – 15/5 1902: Joseph Joachim, Carl Halir, Emmanuel Wirth, Robert Hausmann, Handbill for Joachim Quartet concerts 1902. Ref: AHRC

26/04/1902: Joseph Joachim, Carl Halir, Emmanuel Wirth, Robert Hausmann. First Joachim Quartet concert 1902. Ref: AHRC

28/04/1902: Joseph Joachim, Carl Halir, Emmanuel Wirth, Robert Hausmann. Second Joachim Quartet concert 1902. Ref: AHRC

08/05/1902: Joseph Joachim, Carl Halir, Emmanuel Wirth, Robert Hausmann, Alfred Gibson. Fifth Joachim Quartet concert 1902. Ref: AHRC

1903

20/1/1903: Marburg
Meininger Hofkapelle (Steinbach) 00168556

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25/4 – 14/5 1903: St. James’s Hall, London
Joseph Joachim, Carl Halir, Emmanuel Wirth, Robert Hausmann. Handbill for Joachim Quartet concerts 1903. Ref: AHRC

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17/5 – 21/5 1903: Beethoven Chamber Music Festival, Bonn.

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1904

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23/4 – 12/5 1904: Joseph Joachim, Carl Halir, Emmanuel Wirth, Robert Hausmann. Handbill for Joachim Quartet concerts 1904. Ref: AHRC

25/04/1904: Joseph Joachim, Carl Halir, Emmanuel Wirth, Robert Hausmann. Second Joachim Quartet concert 1904. Ref: AHRC

02/05/1904: Joseph Joachim, Carl Halir, Emmanuel Wirth, Robert Hausmann. Fourth Joachim Quartet concert 1904. Ref: AHRC

09/05/1904: Joseph Joachim, Carl Halir, Emmanuel Wirth, Robert Hausmann. Sixth Joachim Quartet concert 1904. Ref: AHRC

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13/10/1904: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Wirth, Hausmann), 1. Abend (I Cyclus); Mozart Quartet B Major, no. 3, Haydn Quartet f minor (Peters no. 47), Beethoven Quartet B Major, op. 130. Ref: JJC

24/11/1904: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Wirth, Hausmann), 3. Abend (I Cyclus); Haydn Quartet C Major, op. 54, no. 2, Brahms Quartet B Major, op. 67, Beethoven Quartet e minor, op. 59, no. 2. Ref: JJC

29/12/1904: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Wirth, Hausmann), 4. Abend (I Cyclus); Schubert Quartet a minor, op. 29, Beethoven Quartet B Major, op. 18, no. 6, Brahms Quintet no. 2 G Major, op. 111 (Andreas Moser, 2nd viola). Ref: JJC

1905

12/1/1905: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Wirth, Hausmann), 1. Abend (II Cyclus); All-Beethoven Program: Quartet A Major, op. 18, no. 5, Quartet f minor, op. 95, Quartet E flat Major, op. 127. Ref: JJC

28/2/1905: (Berlin Cathedral)
Geistliches Konzert für die Frauenhilfe, Emmy Dessin, Marie Götze, Joseph Joachim, Kawerau and H. Prüfer (conds.), Königl. Hof- und Domchor, members of the Königl. Kapelle and Königl. Hochschule für Musik. Joachim: J. S. Bach Concerto a minor, Beethoven Romanze G Major, op. 40. Ref: JJC

2/3/1905: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Wirth, Hausmann), 3. Abend (II Cyclus); Haydn Quartet B Major, op. 76, L. 2, Mendelssohn Quartet e minor, op. 44, Beethoven Quartet a minor, op. 132. Ref: JJC

6/4/1905: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Wirth, Hausmann), 4. Abend (II Cyclus); Beethoven Quartet c minor, op. 18, no. 4, Mozart Quintet E flat Major, Brahms Sextet no. 2, G Major, op. 36 (Andreas Moser, 2nd viola; Hugo Dechert, 2nd violoncello) Ref: JJC

10/4/1905: Berlin Philharmonic Hall
Concert zum Besten des Pensionsfonds des Berliner Philharmonischen Orchesters, (Nikisch, cond.), All-Beethoven Concert: Leonore Overture no. 2, Triple Concerto, op. 56 (Joachim, Hausmann, Georg Schumann), Symphony no. 3 in E flat Major, op. 55 (Eroica). Ref: JJC

12/10/1905: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Wirth, Hausmann), 1. Abend (I Cyclus); Haydn Quartet G Major, op. 17, Mozart Quartet d minor, Beethoven Quartet E flat Major, op. 74. Ref: JJC

9/11/1905: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Wirth, Hausmann), 2. Abend (I Cyclus); Haydn Quartet g minor, op. 74, no. 3, Brahms Quartet a minor, op. 51, no. 2, Beethoven Quintet C Major, op. 29 (Andreas Moser, 2nd viola). Ref: JJC

30/11/1905: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Wirth, Hausmann), 3. Abend (I Cyclus); Schumann Quartet A Major, op. 41, no. 3, Mozart Quartet B Major (Peters No. 9), Beethoven Quartet c sharp minor, op. 131. Ref: JJC

28/12/1905: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Wirth, Hausmann), 4. Abend (I Cyclus); Beethoven Quartet D Major, op. 18, no. 3, Brahms Quartet c minor, op. 51, no. 1, Schubert Quintet C Major, op. 163 (Hugo Dechert, 2nd violoncello). Ref: JJC

1906

1/2/1906: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Wirth, Hausmann), 2. Abend (II Cyclus); All-Mozart Program: Quartet A Major, Trio (Divertimento) E flat Major, Quintet C Major (Andreas Moser, 2nd viola). Ref: JJC

1/3/1906: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Wirth, Hausmann), 3. Abend (II Cyclus); Haydn, Quartet F Major, op. 77, no. 2, Cherubini Quartet no. 1, d minor, Schubert Quartet G Major, op. 161. Ref: JJC

15/3/1906: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Wirth, Hausmann), 4. Abend (II Cyclus); All-Brahms Program: Quartet no. 3, B Major, op. 67, Quintet no. 1, F Major, op. 88, Sextet no. 1, B Major, op. 18 (Andreas Moser, 2nd viola; Hugo Dechert, 2nd violoncello). Ref: JJC

3/5/1906:

7/5/1906:

10/5/1906: Bechstein Hall, London
Joachim, Borwick, Sonatas of Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, and Brahms. Ref: The Times, London, 5 May, 1906.

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12/5/1906:

14/5/1906: Bechstein Hall, London
Joachim, Davies, Hausman, Trios of Beethoven and Brahms. Ref: The Times, London, 5 May, 1906.

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11/10/1906: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Karl Klingler substituting for Wirth, Hausmann), 1. Abend (I Cyclus); Haydn Quartet C Major, op. 74, no. 1 (Peters no. 28), Mozart Quartet D Major, no. 24 (KV 499), Beethoven Quartet E flat Major, op. 127. Ref: JJC

13/10/1906: Sing-Akademie Berlin
All-Bach Program for the benefit of the Bach Birth-house in Eisenach, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (Georg Schumann, cond.), Jeannette Grumbacher – de Jong, Frieda Kwast – Hodapp, Joseph Joachim, Carl Halir, Bruno Hinze-Reinhold, August Scharrer; Bach Double Violiin Concerto (Joachim, Halir). Ref: JJC

8/11/1906: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Karl Klingler substituting for Wirth, Hausmann), 2. Abend (I Cyclus); Schubert Quartet a minor, op. 29, Beethoven Quartet F Major, op. 18, no.1, Schumann Quartet a minor, op. 41, no. 1. Ref: JJC

13/12/1906: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Karl Klingler substituting for Wirth, Hausmann), 3. Abend (I Cyclus); Mendelssohn Quartet E flat Major, op. 12, no. 2, Brahms Quartet a minor, op. 51, no. 2, Beethoven Quartet F Major, op. 59., no. 1. Ref: JJC

1907

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10/1/1907: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Karl Klingler substituting for Wirth, Hausmann), 1. Abend (II Cyclus); All-Beethoven Concert: Quartet A Major, op. 18, no. 5, Quartet F Major, op. 135, Quartet op. 59, no. 3. Ref: JJC

31/1/1907: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Karl Klingler substituting for Wirth, Hausmann), 2. Abend (II Cyclus); Haydn Quartet G Major, op. 64, no. 4 (Peters no. 34), Beethoven Quartet B Major, op. 18, no. 6, Schubert Quintet C Major, op. 163 (Hugo Dechert, 2nd violoncello). Ref: JJC

28/2/1907: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Karl Klingler substituting for Wirth, Hausmann), 3. Abend (II Cyclus); Mozart Quartet B Major (“Hunt”), Schumann Quartet F Major, op. 41, no. 2, Brahms Quintet G Major, op. 111, no. 2 (Andreas Moser, 2nd viola). Ref: JJC

7/3/1907: Bösendorfer Saal, Vienna
Third Joachim Chamber Music Soiree, Joachim Quartet. Beethoven, String Quartet in C minor, Op. 18, No.4, G major, Op. 18, No. 2, F minor, Op. 95, F major, Op. 135. Ref: Schenker

8/3/1907: Bösendorfer Saal, Vienna
Fourth Joachim Chamber Music Soiree, Joachim Quartet. Beethoven String Quartet in B flat major, Op. 18, No. 6, F major, Op. 59, No. 1, A minor, Op. 132. Ref: Schenker

9/3/1907: Bösendorfer Saal, Vienna
Fifth Joachim Chamber Music Soiree, Joachim Quartet. Beethoven, String Quartet in A minor, Op. 18, No. 5, E flat major, Op. 74 (“Harp”), C# minor, Op. 131. Ref: Schenker

6/4/1907: Sing-Akademie Berlin
Joachim Quartet (Joachim, Halir, Wirth, Hausmann), 4. Abend (II Cyclus); Haydn Quartet E flat Major, op. 64, no. 6, Beethoven Quartet D Major, op. 18, no. 3, Schubert Quartet d minor, op. posth. (“Death and the Maiden”).  Ref: JJC


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AHRC Arts & Humanities Research Council Concert Programmes [Cardiff University and Royal College of Music]

JJ Joseph Joachim — Biography and Research

JJC Joseph Joachim Collection

NZfM Neue Zeitschrift für Musik

ALP April Lane Prince Dissertation