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Event Comment: Principal Instrumental Performers-C. Ashley, Bridgtower, Archer, Harvey, Sarjant, Mahon, Boyce, Cantelo, Parkinson, Taylor, J. Sharp, Lavenu, Napier, Simpson, the Flacks, Purney, Seutze, Gwilliam, Monro, Wood, Warren, Woodham, Francis, M. Sharp, &c. Organ by J. Ashley. Double Drums by R. Ashley. The Chorusses will be numerous and compleat, and the Orchestra will consist of upwards of Two Hundred Performers. The whole under the Direction of Ashley. Boxes 6s. Pit 3s. 6d. Gallery 2s. Upper Gallery 1s. Places to be taken, and Tickets for the Boxes may be had of Brandon at the Office in Hart-street. The Doors to be opened at 5:30. To begin at 6:30 [same throughout oratorio season]. [This performance was originally advertised to take place at the Pantheon, Oxford-street, but "The routed Host of Harmonists, driven from their new works in Oxford-road, hastily encamped last night [at Covent Garden]. Their performance...went off as might be expected from a scanty band, thus collected, without any previous rehearsal" (Morning Herald, 21 Feb.). The Pantheon had been destroyed by fire in January 1792. Work on its reconstruction had only recently been begun, and Was still not completed. It was reopened with a masquerade on 9 April 1795, the "usual licenses being now fully renewed and established" (Morning Herald, 9 Apr.).


Mainpiece Title: A Grand Selection 0 Main Of Sacred Music, From The Works Of handel

Afterpiece Title: Grand Selection 1

Role: Zadock the Priest Actor: Chorus
Role: Overture Actor:
Role: The Dettingen te Deum Actor:
Role: in which Holy Holy Lord Actor: .

Afterpiece Title: Grand Selection 2

Afterpiece Title: Grand Selection 3

Role: Second Oboe Concerto Actor:
Role: Happy Iphis Actor:
Role: We hear Actor: Chorus
Role: Chandos Anthems] Actor:
Role: Hear Jacob's God Actor: Chorus
Role: What's sweeter than the new@blown rose Actor:
Role: I feel the Deity within Actor:
Role: Arm arm ye brave Actor:
Role: We come Actor: Chorus
Role: From mighty Kings Actor: Miss Parke
Role: Gloria Patri Actor: Chorus
Event Comment: Oratorio: In two Parts, Principal Instrumental Performers as 27 Feb., but omitted: Seutze. [The playbill retains Miss Poole, but "Miss Poole, it appears, could not perform at the Oratorio on Wednesday last, because she had ate pork for dinner" (Morning Herald, 9 Mar.). Morning Post, 10 Mar., prints a public statement from Miss Poole apologizing for her "neglecting to attend and perform her duty on Wednesday last".


Mainpiece Title: L'allegro Ed Il Pensieroso; Grand Selection 0

Afterpiece Title: A Grand Miscellaneous Act

Role: Overture and March Actor:
Role: Jehovah crown'd Actor:
Role: He comes Actor: Chorus
Role: Tune your harps Actor:
Role: Around let acclamations ring Actor:
Role: Pious orgies Actor:
Role: The trumpet's loud clangour Actor:
Role: Mad Bess Actor: Miss Parke
Role: Fix'd in his everlasting seat Actor: Full chorus

Music: End Part II: 3rd concerto of Giardini on the violin-G. Ashley