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A Triple Alliance - music from France, Germany and England | The Ionian Singers

When
Saturday November 9, 2019 at 19:30
Where
St Stephen's Church, South Dulwich, London
Tickets
£14 (free for under 16s and full time students)
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  1. Wherefore tonight so full of care, from 7 Poems of Robert Bridges, for mixed voices Op 17 - Gerald Finzi
  2. White-flowering days Op 37 - Gerald Finzi
  3. Ave verum corpus - Nicholas Ansdell-Evans
  4. Darthulas Grabgesang, from 3 Gesänge Op 42 - Johannes Brahms
  5. All meine Herzgedanken, from 7 Lieder Op 62 - Johannes Brahms
  6. Set me as a seal upon thine heart - Sir William Walton
  7. A Litany, 'Drop, drop slow tears' - Sir William Walton
  8. 7 Chansons FP 81 - Francis Poulenc
    • La blanche neige
    • A peine défigurée
    • Marie
  9. Première rapsodie, for clarinet and orchestra - Claude Debussy
  10. Solo de concours, for clarinet and piano - André Messager
  11. 3 Fantasiestücke, for clarinet and piano Op 73 - Robert Schumann
  12. 5 Bagatelles for clarinet and piano Op 23 - Gerald Finzi
  13. Auch kleine Dinge, from Italienisches Liederbuch, 'Italian Songbook' - Hugo Wolf, arranged for chorus by Timothy Salter
  14. Wiegenlied im Sommer, from 6 Lieder für eine Frauenstimme - Hugo Wolf, arranged for chorus by Timothy Salter

A Triple Alliance – music from France, Germany and England

The Ionian Singers and Timothy Salter (conductor and piano) are joined by the clarinettist Marina Finnamore in a programme of music from France, Germany and England. Finzi is represented in both choral and instrumental form, with the English element complemented by two of Walton’s short choral pieces and the first performance of Ave verum corpus, a new work by Nicholas Ansdell-Evans. The French music is by Poulenc (from his Sept Chansons of 1936), with clarinet and piano music by Debussy (Première Rhapsodie) and Messager.

From Germany come Schumann’s Fantasy Pieces Op 73 for clarinet and piano and two of Brahms’s contemplative part-songs. The concert concludes with Salter’s transcription of two Wolf songs that bring all the performers together.


Venue
St Stephen's Church, South Dulwich
College Road
London
London
SE21 7HN
England
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