Stories, reminiscences, poems, gossip, reviews, tall tales, etc about Peter Tranchell
This programme was kindly provided by Peter Marchbank. Patrick Hadley retired in the Summer of 1962.
GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE
CONCERT IN CHAPEL
(by kind pemission of the Master … more
Elizabeth Jane Howard, Slipstream: A Memoir, pp 142-3.
There was Peter Tranchell, another Cambridge friend. He turned up one afternoon - I'd never seen him before - and said, 'Is Wayland … more
This programme was kindly provided by Peter Marchbank, who found it folded inside the score of Telemann's Concerto for two flutes and violin.
GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE CAMBRIDGE.
LENT TERM … more
This is a hand-made Christmas card sent by Peter Tranchell to friends in the early 1970s...
The Caian from 1965 reports:
The May Week Concert, held in the newly-restored Hall, was a great success, and a sell-out some time before the day. It opened with '"Divertissement" for … more
Under Peter's leadership the Caius Choir developed from Tenors and Basses in the 1960s to ATB in the 70s, then admitted sopranos from 1982, in which state the current choir remains. … more
From The Independent, Saturday 8 January 1994, http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/wills-1405462.html accessed 4th September 2016.
Mr Peter Andrew Tranchell, of Curdridge, Hampshire, … more
Peter Andrew Tranchell was born on 14 July 1922 in Cuddalore, India. The families of both his parents had a history of administrative and military service in India. His father, Lieutenant-Colonel … more
From A history of music at Eastbourne College from its foundation in 1867 until the move into the Birley Centre (last updated 20 August 2012). http://portal.eastbourne-college.co.uk/ … more
The Ripon Lay Clerks found it hard to believe that the "ch" in Tranchell was a [k] and not a [tʃ], so we offerered to print this before every score:
The composer is Peter … more