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The Ionian Singers

Saturday November 14, 2015 at 19:30
All Saints Church, West Dulwich, London
£12.50, £10
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  1. Sept arabesques - Bohuslav Martinu
  2. 5 Stücke im Volkston Op 102 - Robert Schumann
  3. Lines from the Youth of Man - John Joubert
  4. 3 Shakespeare Songs (1951) - Ralph Vaughan Williams
  5. The willow tree - Timothy Salter
  6. Widdicombe Fair - Timothy Salter
  7. Shall I tell you whom I love? for cello, piano and chorus - Samuel Sebastian Wesley
  8. Selected songs, arranged for cello and piano - Johannes Brahms
  9. Still Life for cello and piano - Sally Beamish
  10. Lunar for cello and piano - Richard Causton
  11. Angel blue for cello and piano - Param Vir
  12. Romance Op 69 - Gabriel Fauré
  13. Papillon Op 77 - Gabriel Fauré
  14. Light the lamps up, lamplighter - Elizabeth Maconchy
  15. The night will never stay - Elizabeth Maconchy
  16. Vineta, from 3 Gesänge Op 42 - Johannes Brahms
  17. All meine Herzgedanken, from 7 Lieder Op 62 - Johannes Brahms
  18. 3 Quartette for cello and chorus Op 57 - Anton Arensky
  19. Barbara Allen - Traditional English, arranged by Timothy Salter
  20. The wraggle taggle gipsies - Timothy Salter

Rebecca Hepplewhite (cello) returns to perform with The Ionian Singers and Timothy Salter (conductor and piano) in a programme of discoveries alongside less well-known music from familiar composers. Choral music by Brahms, Vaughan Williams, Joubert and Maconchy is interspersed with music for cello and piano by Schumann, Brahms, Fauré, Martinu and composers from the Spectrum contemporary collection. The instruments join the voices in rarely-heard music by SS Wesley and Arensky and a selection of Salter’s much-loved English folk-song arrangements.

All Saints Church, West Dulwich
Lovelace Road
SE21 8JY

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