Huddersfield Chronicle (17/Nov/1900) - Carlile Institute, Meltham

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Carlile Institute, Meltham.

The second concert of the season was given on Monday evening, before a large and appreciative audience. The concert proved to be one of the best ever given at the Institute, the audience being delighted with the efforts of the artistes, who were as follows :— Soprano, Miss A. Cox ; contralto. Miss A. Garlick ; tenor, Mr. G. Singleton ; baritone, Mr. J.K. Wood ; solo violin, Miss L. Whiteley ; solo clarionet, Mr. D. Wood ; accompanist, Mr. J. Wood. The following programme was rendered :— Quartet, "Killarney ;" song. "The King's Own," Mr. Wood ; song, "O, Divine Redeemer," Miss Cox, encore, "Two spoons ;" violin solo, "The last rose of summer," Miss Whitely, encored ; song, "Life's lullaby," Miss Garlick, encore, "Love's old sweet song ;" song, "The last watch," Mr. Singleton ; clarionet solo, Aria from Auber's "Masaniello." Mr. D. Wood, encore. "The minstrel boy ;" duet, "Fairy dreams." Misses Cox and Garlick, encored ; song (violin obbligato), "Alice, where art thou," Mr. Singleton ; song, "Annie Laurie," Miss Garlick, encore, "The dear homeland ;" clarinet solo, fantasia from Weber's "Oberon ;" song, "In old Madrid," Miss Cox, encored ; song, "True to me." Mr. Wood, encore, "They all love Jack ;" violin solo. Fantasia from Bellini's "The Pirate ;" duet, "The veteran's toast ;" Messrs. Singleton and Wood ; quartet, "When evening a twilight." The concert concluded with the singing of the National Anthem.