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Montague Visiting Artists Sat Sep 14 - Lieder, Arias & Duets

The Montague Visiting Artists Visiting Artists concert on Saturday September 14 is promising to be a wonderful occasion. Soprano Olivia Cranwell and tenor Tomas Dalton with pianist Benjamin will present a selection of arias and duets from Puccini's La Boheme and Franz Lehar's Land of Smiles. Tom will also be singing the sublime Hermit Songs, Samuel Barber's settings of poems by medieval Irish Monks, translated into English by the likes of W. H. Auden, while Olivia will perform Wagner's atmospheric Wegendonck Lieder, as well as lieder by Schumann and Richard Strauss. 

For more about the artists, see here, and for the full programme here

Lieder, Arias & Duets Olivia Cranwell: soprano, Tom Dalton: tenor, Ben Burton: piano Music by Schumann, Wagner, Barber, Puccini & Lehar 2:30 pm Saturday, Sep 14 St Paul’s Anglican Church, Narooma

Tickets $25 at the door, $23 from Mitre 10, Narooma, Nested on Wallaga, Bermagui, school students free. More info: 0439 648414 Programme

R. Schumann (1810 - 1856) - Widmung Op. 25 No. 1

Richard Strauss (1864-1949) – Cäcelie Op. 27 No. 2

Samuel Barber (1910-1981) - Hermit songs Op. 29:

I. At St Patrick's purgatory

II. Church bell at night

III. St Ita's vision

IV. The heavenly banquet

V. The crucifixion

VI. Sea snatch

VII. Promiscuity

VIII. The monk and his cat

IX. The praises of God

X. The desire for hermitage

Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924) from La Boheme:

Che gelida manina

Mi chiamano Mimi

O soave fanciulla duet


Claude Debussy 1862-1918) - Clair de Lune

Richard Wagner (1813-1883) - Wesendonck Lieder Op. 91

I. Der Engel (The Angel)

II. Stehe still! (Be still!)

III. Im Treibhaus (In the Greenhouse)

IV. Schmerzen (Sorrows)

V. Träume (Dreams)

Franz Lehar (1870-1948) - Das Land des Lächelns (The Land of Smiles)

Dein ist mein ganzes Herz

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