Monday 8 April 2019 7:30PM
Christina Landshamer soprano; Gerold Huber piano
Purcell, Copland and Schumann
This concert will be approximately 2 hours in duration, including an interval
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- Christina Landshamer soprano
- Gerold Huber piano
A lyric soprano with a steadily rising international reputation includes songs from her homeland from the Baroque and Romantic periods, plus Britten’s imaginative Purcell realisations and Copland’s sensitive settings of the reclusive Emily Dickinson.
Henry Purcell (c.1659-1695)
- Sweeter than roses Z585 (realised by Benjamin Britten)
- Songs (realised by Benjamin Britten)
Aaron Copland (1900-1990)
12 poems of Emily Dickinson
- Nature, the Gentlest Mother
- There came a wind like a bugle
- The world feels dusty
- Heart, we will forget him
- Dear March, Come In!
- Sleep is supposed to be
- Going to heaven!
- The Chariot
- 12 poems of Emily Dickinson
Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
Selection of German Baroque songs
- Selection of German Baroque songs
- Liederkreis Op. 39