All items are held loosely as the 13th box of the Cyril Eland collection.
Unless otherwise stated below, these include programmes with notes for a number of different performances and provide biographical notes on the performers, typically with photographs. Many also provide a list of the orchestral ensemble.
The majority of these documents are printed in Japanese: where specific venues have been identified, these are listed below. Where more than one performance is given at a particular venue, the number is indicated in brackets
28 October–7 November 1959: Wiener Philharmoniker, conducted by Herbert von Karajan, in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya.
4–20 February 1960: Igor Oistrakh (violin) at: Hibiya Public Hall, Sankei Hall and Bunkyo Public Hall, Tokyo; Kokusai Festival Hall, Osaka; Kobe Kokusai Hall; Aichi Bunka Hall, Nagoya; Ashahi Hall, Hiroshima; Denki Hall, Fukuoka; Sapporo Hall; Sendai Public Hall.
27 July–15 August 1960: Campoli (violin) at Kyoritusu Hall (2) and Denki Hall.
4 March–15 April 1961: Adam Harasiewicz (piano), in Tokyo (10), Sendai, Osaka, Kobe (2), Okayama (2), Fukuoka, Kyoto (2), Sapporo and Yokohama (2).
13 April–3 May 1961: Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, directed by Dr Franz Konwitschny, at Osaka Festival Hall (6); Yawata Public Hall; Nagoya Public Hall, Hibiya Public Hall, Tokyo (5); Kohsei-Nenkin Kaikan, Tokyo; and Kohriyama Public Hall.
26 April and 5 and 6 May 1961, Tokyo Metropolitan Hall: New York Philharmonic, conducted by Leonard Berstein, as part of Toyko, East-West Music Encounter. Held with this document is a Festival Brochure and a programme with words and notes for a performance given by Hermann Prey (baritone) as part of the same event,
29 September–2 November 1961. Terza Stagione Lirica Italiana, Tokyo-Osaka.
May 1962: Virtuosi di Roma.
24 October–9 November 1962: Societa Corelli, in Tokyo (3), Kohbe (2), Hiroshima, Osaka, Kyoto, Tsuruoka, Nagoya and Sapporo.
8 November–1 December 1962: Berliner Kammerorchester, directed by Hans von Benda, including a detailed programme and notes for a Special J. S. Bach Programme given on 23 November at the Kyoritsu Auditorium.
26 November–11 December 1962: Hungarian String Quartet (Zoltan Szekely, Michael Kuttner, Denes Koromzay and Gabriel Magyar) in Toyko (3), Yokohama, Osaka, Kyoto and Nagoya.
24 January–11 February 1963: Lili Kraus (piano), in Tokyo (2), Osaka, Fukuoka, Kyoto and Sapporo.
Friday 8– Thursday 14 March [1963?]: Deutsche Bachsolisten, in Tokyo, Yokohama, Kohbe, Kumamoto; Fukuoka and Hiroshima.
26 March – 2 April 1963: Detmolder Bläserkreis.
Tuesday 16–Tuesday 30 April : London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Antal Dorati and Georg Solti, at Hiroshima Public Hall; Yawata Public Hall, Kitakyushu; Sumpu Kaikan Hall, Shizuoka; Nagoya Public Hall; Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Hall (5); and Koriyama Public Hall.
22 April–8 May : Robert Casadesus (piano), at Osaka International Festival/Festival Hall (2); Kyoto Kaikan First Hall; Aichiken Bunka Kaikan Hall, Nagoya; Bunkyo Public Hall, Tokyo; Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Hall (2); and Hibiya Public Hall, Tokyo.
Friday 3–Saturday 11 May : Solisti di Zagreb, with Antonio Janigro, at Osaka International Festival/Festival Hall, Osaka (2); Kyoto Kaikan First Hall, Kanagawa Concert Hall and Hibiya Public Hall (2).
15-30 August 1963, Nasu Plateau, Tochigi Prefecture: 1st Nasu International Music Festival.
September 1963: Ensemble Instrumental de Toulouse (fragment/handbill only).
September 1963: Kammerchor Walther von der Vogelweide, Innsbruck.
Sunday 22 September–Wednesday 9 October : Vienna Philharmonic String Quartet, in Tokyo (3), Sendai, Osaka, Okayama, Kohbe (2), Kurashiki, Hiroshima, Kyoto, Nagoya, Yokohama.
8 November–16 December 1963: Piano Recitals and Joint Concerts by Paul Badura-Skoda and Jörg Demus, in Utsunomiya, Tokyo (9), Hiroshima, Kyoto (2), Okayama, Sapporo, Osaka (5), Yokohama, and Kohbe (2).
[dates unknown] 1964: Tokyo Renaissance Consort 1.
20 January–6 February 1964: Vienna Octet
3–19 March 1964: Hans Hotter (bass-baritone), at Toyko Metropolitan Festival Hall (5), Kanagawa Kenritsu Ongakudo, Yokohama; Kobe Kokusai Kaikan, Kobe; Kyoto Kaikan; Mainichi Hall, Osaka; and Sankei Hall, Tokyo.
20 April–2 May 1964: State Symphony Orchestra of U.S.S.R., in Yawata Public Hall; Hiroshima Public Hall; Nagoya Public Hall, Shizuoka Sumpu Kaikan Hall; Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Hall (5), Koriyama Public Hall.
2–8 May 1964: Cappella Coloniensis, at Osaka International Festival (2); Nagoya Public Hall; Tokyo Bunka Kaikan (2).
26 May–15 June 1964: Warsaw Quintet, at Tokyo Bunka Kaikan; Sapporo Shimin Kaikan; Mainichi Hall, Osaka; CBC Hall, Nagoya; Kyoto Kaikan; Kanagawa Kenritsu Ongakudo, Yokohama and Toshi Centre Hall, Tokyo (2).
- Warsaw Quintet -
- Karajan, Herbert von 1908 - 1989
- von Benda, Hans -
- Virtuosi di Roma -
- Vienna Philharmonic String Quartet -
- Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra -
- Vienna Octet -
- Tokyo Renaissance Consort -
- State Symphony Orchestra of U.S.S.R. -
- Solti, Georg -
- Solisti di Zagreb -
- Societa Corelli -
- Prey, Hermann -
- Osaka International Festival -
- Oistrakh, Igor -
- New york philharmonic orchestra 1842 - 2005
- Nasu International Music Festival -
- London Symphony Orchestra -
- Lirica Italiana -
- Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra -
- Kraus, Lili -
- Konwitschny, Franz -
- Janigro, Antonio -
- Hungarian String Quartet -
- Hotter, Hans -
- Harasiewicz, Adam -
- Ensemble Instrumental de Toulouse -
- Eland, Cyril -
- East-West Music Encounter -
- Dorati, Antal -
- Detmolder Bläserkreis -
- Demus, Jörg -
- Casadesus, Robert -
- Cappella Coloniensis -
- Campoli, Alfredo -
- Bernstein, Leonard -
- Berliner Kammer-Orchester -
- Badura-Skoda, Paul -
- Aichiken Bunka Kaikan Hall, Nagoya
- Ashahi Hall, Hiroshima
- Bunkyo Public Hall, Tokyo
- CBC Hall, Nagoya
- Denki Hall, Fukuoka
- Festival Hall, Osaka
- Hibiya Public Hall
- Public Hall, Hiroshima
- Kanagawa Concert Hall, Yokohama
- Kanagawa Kenritsu Ongakudo, Yokohama
- Kobe Kokusai Kaikan
- Kohsei-Nenkin Kaikan, Tokyo
- Kokusai Festival Hall, Osaka
- Koriyama Public Hall
- Kyoritsu Hall (location unspecified)
- Kyoto Kaikan First Hall
- Mainichi Hall, Osaka
- Public Hall, Nagoya
- Nasu Plateau, Tochigi Prefecture
- Sapporo Hall
- Sapporo Shimin Kaikan
- Sendai Public Hall
- Sumpu Kaikan Hall, Shizuoka
- Tokyo Bunka Kaikan
- Tokyo Metropolitan Festival Hall
- Toshi Central Hall, Tokyo