References

A celebration of Huddersfield’s musical heritage

[1] Musical Home Journal (10 March, 1908): 10

[2] J. Sutcliffe Smith, A Musical Pilgrimage in Yorkshire (Leeds: R. Jackson Ltd, 1925): 202

[3] See entry on the North Stars Steel Orchestra

[4] Huddersfield Weekly Examiner (10 October, 1970)

[5] See, for example, Henry Coward, ‘Yorkshire and Music: A New Assessment of The Divine Art’, Musical Herald, (April, 1918): 332.

[6] See the end tables in David Russell, The Popular Music Societies of the Yorkshire Textile District, 1850-1914: A Study of the Relationships between Music and Society (PhD Thesis, University of York, 1979)

[7] TV Mirror (12 December, 1953)

[8] See, for example, the Huddersfield Daily Examiner (16 December, 1953)

[9] Sydney H. Crowther, Huddersfield Glee and Madrigal Society Centenary, 1875 (Huddersfield: Kirklees Libraries and Museums Service, 1975): 4. (Available online: www.huddersfieldsingers.com). Unless otherwise indicated all material comes from this volume

[10] Huddersfield Chronicle and West Yorkshire Advertiser (4 March, 1876)

[11] See, for example, editorial commentary in the Bolton Chronicle (26 February, 1861)

[12] Carole Pegg, ‘Folk Music’ in Grove Music Online

[13] Dave Laing ‘Folk Music Revival’ in Grove Music Online

[14] For a wide range of photographs see The Brian Lawton Legacy

[15] Huddersfield Examiner (29 January, 2011)

[16] Huddersfield Examiner (29 January, 2011)

[17] Harriet Jordan ‘Public Parks, 1885-1914’ Garden History 22/1 (Summer, 1994): 1

[18] British Bandsman (23 May, 1903): 264

[19] British Bandsman (15 March, 1913): 238

[20] Cornet (band periodical) (15 February, 1900): 4

[21] Brass Band News (1 January, 1901): 1

[22] Many examples of these ‘band suppers’ can be found in all brass band periodicals together with reports in the local press

[23] Huddersfield Daily Chronicle (27 July, 1887)

[24] ‘The Lindley Band History’ Also see this site for contemporary recordings of the band

[25] Leeds Mercury (24 February, 1844)

[26] Huddersfield Chronicle and West Yorkshire Advertiser (9 September, 1854)

[27] Brass Band News (16 July, 1900): 4

[28] Unless otherwise mentioned much material about hand-bell ringing bands can be found in, Peter Fawcett, Ringing for Gold: Hand-Bell Ringing, The Living Tradition, The Annals and Development of Hand-Bell Ringing From Its Birth in the Mid 1500s (Canterbury: Donald and Philip Bedford, 2012)

[29] Dave Russell, ‘Music in Huddersfield, c. 1820-1914’ in Hillary A. Haigh (Ed.) Huddersfield A Most Handsome Town: Aspects of the History and Culture of a West Yorkshire Town (Huddersfield: Kirklees Metropolitan Council Cultural Services, 1992): 653

[30] See press comments in ‘The Bellringer’s March’, arr. Albert Townend, Australasian Tour Commemorative Copy (Huddersfield: J. Wood and Sons, 1912)

[31] Dave Pattern, ‘Joe Perkin and the Holmfirth Anthem’ in Phillip Charlsworth (Ed.) Old West Riding: A Collection of Original Articles (n.p. 1995): 10

[32] See, Rachel E. Milestone, ‘A New Impetus to the Love of Music: The Role of the Town Hall in Nineteenth Century English Musical Culture’ (PhD Thesis, University of Leeds, 2009): 4-6

[33] Leeds Mercury (19 October, 1881)

[34] Cited in The Huddersfield Chronicle and West Yorkshire Advertiser (19 October, 1887)

[35] The Huddersfield Chronicle and West Yorkshire Advertiser (19 October, 1887)

[36] Email correspondence with David Wyld, Managing Director of Henry Willis and Sons, Organ Builders, Liverpool (14 March, 2019)

[37] Huddersfield Daily Examiner (7 March, 1991)

[38] Huddersfield Daily Examiner (7 March, 1991)

[39] Roger Mallinson, Do You Want to Be In A Group: Huddersfield Rock and Roll Groups, 1957-1953 (St Anne’s: Central House Publishing Ltd, 2004): 12

[40] Mallinson, Do You Want to Be In A Group: 10-11

[41] Huddersfield Weekly Examiner (29 March, 1902)

[42] Huddersfield Weekly Examiner (29 March, 1902)

[43] Huddersfield Weekly Examiner (29 March, 1902)

[44] John A. Hargreaves, Sunderland [née Sykes], Susan Oxford Dictionary of National Biography Online: https://doi.org/10.1093/ref:odnb/38430

[45] Hargreaves in ODNB

[46] Hargreaves in ODNB

[47] Slaithwaite Guardian and Colne Valley News (21 January, 1898)

[48] Dave Russell, Popular Music in England, 1846-1914 (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1991): 208

[49] Letter to the organiser of the Morecambe Music Festival, Canon Gorton, quoted in Musical Times, July 1903, cited in, Dave Russell, Looking North: Northern England and the National Imagination (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2004): 207

[50] Huddersfield Weekly Examiner (17 October, 1891)

[51] See North’s obituary in the Huddersfield Chronicle and West Yorkshire Advertiser (17 October, 1891)

[52] BBC News website: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-wiltshire-24582739

[53] Unless otherwise stated the references come from Adrian Smith, An Improbable Centenary: The Life and Times of The Slaithwaite Philharmonic Orchestra, 1891-1900 (Huddersfield, 1990)

[54] ‘Arthur Butterworth Obituary’ in the Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/music/2014/dec/05/arthur-butterworth

[55] British Bandsman (16 February, 1975) Cutting from ‘The Arthur Butterworth Papers: Publicity’, Royal Northern College of Music Archives, Catalogue Ref: ABW 2/10

[56] RNCM Archives: Programme Notes, Catalogue Ref: ABW/1/84

[57] Mallinson, Do You Want to Be In A Group: 18

[58] See, ‘The Beatles Bible’: https://www.beatlesbible.com/1963/11/29/live-abc-cinema-huddersfield/

[59] See assorted reports in the Huddersfield Weekly Examiner (30-31 November, 1963)

[60] See assorted reports in the Huddersfield Weekly Examiner (30-31 November, 1963)

[61] See ‘Anarchy in Huddersfield: The Day the Sex Pistols Played Santa’ Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/music/2013/dec/23/sex-pistols-anarachy-film-huddersfield-never-mind-baubles

[62] BBC Feature: ‘The Day the Sex Pistols Came to Huddersfield’: http://www.bbc.co.uk/bradford/features/2004/12/sex_pistols_huddersfield.shtml

[63] Guardian (23 December, 2017)

[64] The book ‘Sound System Culture, Celebrating Huddersfield’s Sound Systems’ was produced by Let’s Go Yorkshire