This choir of 300 voices was formed in 1919 for the performance of works for chorus and orchestra, and such unaccompanied vocal music as requires a considerable number of singers for its adequate representation. The honorary conductor is Charles Kennedy S c o t t (q.v.). The choir made its first appearance a t the Royal Philharmonic Society's concert of Feb. 26, 1919, in a Bach motet, Delius's ' The Song of the High Hills ' and Beethoven's ' Choral ' symphony. I t gave its first concert a t Queen's Hall on June 2, 1920. N. c. G. PHILHARMONIC PITCH, see P itch.