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Cheltenham Music Festival - Lucy Crowe (soprano) and Anna Tilbrook (piano)

Friday July 12, 2019 at 16:00
Pittville Pump Room, Cheltenham
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  1. Youth gone - Jonathan Dove
  2. From silent shades, and the Elysian groves (Bess of Bedlam) Z 370 - Henry Purcell
  3. An Sylvia D891, Op 106 No 4 - Franz Schubert
  4. Gretchen am Spinnrade D 118 - Franz Schubert
  5. Marie D658 - Franz Schubert
  6. Suleika I D720 - Franz Schubert
  7. Suleika: Ach, um deine feuchten Schwingen, from 6 Lieder Op 34 - Felix Mendelssohn
  8. Kennst du das Land, from Lieder und Gesänge aus Wilhelm Meister Op 98a - Robert Schumann
  9. Lied der Suleika, from Myrthen, 26 songs for voice and piano Op 25 - Robert Schumann
  10. Philine, from Goethe Lieder - Hugo Wolf
  11. Drei Lieder der Ophelia, from Shakespeare's Hamlet Op 67 - Richard Strauss
  12. Cäcilie, from 4 Lieder Op 27 - Richard Strauss
  13. À Chloris - Reynaldo Hahn, words by Théophile de Viau
  14. Lydia, from '2 Songs' Op 4 - Gabriel Fauré
  15. Sylvie from '3 Songs' Op 6 No 3 - Gabriel Fauré
  16. Nell Op 18 No 1 - Gabriel Fauré
  17. Jane: Je pâlis et tombe en langueur - Claude Debussy
  18. Phidylé - Henri Duparc
  19. Psyché - Émile Paladilhe
  20. Daphne - Sir William Walton
  21. Beatriz's song: When will he return?, from Christopher Columbus - Sir William Walton
  22. Sweet Polly Oliver, from Folksong arrangements - Benjamin Britten
  23. Georgia on My Mind - Hoagy Carmichael, lyrics by Stuart Gorrell
  24. Miss Otis regrets - Cole Porter

Betrayed women, eroticism and chastity are among the subjects of internationally renowned soprano Lucy Crowe’s selection of songs for this dramatic and original concert, with celebrated pianist Anna Tilbrook. Lucy Crowe is in demand all over the world in both operatic roles and in concert, recently appearing at the Royal Opera House, the Metropolitan Opera and with the London Symphony and Berlin Philharmonic orchestras. The programme opens with the world premiere of Jonathan Dove’s Youth gone written especially for this recital and the Festival’s 75th anniversary. Then sublime settings of poetry by Goethe, Novalis and Shakespeare accompanied by music including Schubert’s exquisite Marie and Wolf’s seductive Philine.

Kindly supported by an anonymous donor

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