Doyle At 150:
A Sesquicentennial Assessment
As part of the “Arthur Conan Doyle: A Sesquicentennial Assessment” symposium held in Cambridge, Massachusetts in conjunction with Harvard’s Houghton Library, a musical interlude was presented on May 9, 2009. Entitled “Conan’s Concerto: A Selection of Period Doylean and Sherlockian Music,” the program included performances by a number of BSI.
This audio CD, from a later in-studio recording by Henry Boote, provides a unique opportunity to hear these past and future classics.
Music CD, 2009
Doyle At 150
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List of Songs
“Oh! Mr. Sherlock Holmes Won’t You Find My Loving Man?”
“Sir Nigel March”
“Sherlock Holmes, D. T.”
“The Lost World”
“The Amateur Detective”
“Sherlock Holmes Waltzes”
“The Ghost of Sherlock Holmes”
Papers at an Exhibition includes the symposium proceedings, and So Painful a Scandal, published in conjunction with the event, provides a facsimile of the original manuscript for “The Three Students” and associated essays.
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About the Series
The Baker Street Irregulars, the literary society focused on Sherlock Holmes, publishes volumes for special Sherlockian events.
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