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Live/Online: Leeds Lieder - Robin Tritschler and Christopher Glynn

Wednesday July 20, 2022 online
Available online until
Sunday July 31, 2022
Howard Assembly Room, Leeds
in person tickets: £25, £23 (unwaged/disabled), free (under 26/students); live-stream tickets: £12
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  1. Let the florid music praise, from On this Island Op 11 - Benjamin Britten
  2. A Hymn on Divine Musick - William Croft, arranged by Benjamin Britten
  3. If music be the food of love - Henry Purcell, arranged by Benjamin Britten
  4. Music for a while, from Oedipus Z 583 - Henry Purcell, realised by Benjamin Britten
  5. Turn then thine eyes Z 425 - Henry Purcell, arranged by Benjamin Britten
  6. Sweeter than Roses, from 'Pausanias' Z 585 - Henry Purcell, realised by Benjamin Britten
  7. I attempt from love’s sickness to fly - Henry Purcell, ararnged by Benjamin Britten
  8. Mad Bess - Henry Purcell, realised by Benjamin Britten
  9. Canticle No 1, 'My beloved is mine' Op 40 - Benjamin Britten
  10. Der Winterabend D938 - Franz Schubert
  11. Recueillement, from 5 poèmes de Charles Baudelaire - Claude Debussy
  12. Clair de lune Op 46 No 2 - Gabriel Fauré
  13. L’heure exquise - Reynaldo Hahn
  14. 6 Lieder Op 85 - Johannes Brahms
    • Sommerabend
    • Mondenschein
  15. Moon River, from Breakfast at Tiffany’s - Henry Mancini
  16. Full moon, from Peacock Pie - Herbert Howells
  17. Ah, moon of my delight - Liza Lehmann

Robin Tritschler and Christopher Glynn offer up a two-half recital that literally irradiates the song platform. Light pours through moonlit scenes by Howells, Lehmann, Brahms and Fauré. Lovers listen to the tread of gentle night via Debussy and the blissful peace of moonlight is welcomed into the singer’s inner sanctum thanks to Schubert. Two great English men of theatre, Purcell and Britten, sit shoulder to shoulder and praise the act of singing and of experiencing music to illuminate the human condition. If music be the food of love, play on!

Live-streams can be viewed on the Leeds Lieder website using the code provided after purchase from the Box Office

Howard Assembly Room
46 New Briggate
West Yorkshire

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