Saturday 9 July 2022 3:00PM

Roman Rabinovich piano; Helen Charlston mezzo-soprano; Christopher Murray cello; Sara Wolstenholme violin



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This concert will be approximately 1 hour in duration, without an interval


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  • Roman Rabinovich piano
  • Helen Charlston mezzo-soprano
  • Christopher Murray cello
  • Sara Wolstenholme violin

Though his cantata Ariadne on Naxos (composed around 1789) is heard relatively frequently, Haydn remains largely neglected as a song composer, and there are many gems to be discovered among his collections of canzonettas and folk-song arrangements - including from Scotland. The Sonata No. 50 is a late work, dating from Haydn’s second visit to England in 1794-5 and written for the German-born, London-based pianist Therese Jansen Bartolozzi.

  • Supported by the Sir Jack Lyons Charitable Trust
  • Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)
      • The Mermaid's Song
      • She never told her love
      • Despair
      • Fidelity
      • Piano Sonata in C HXVI/50
      • The White cockade
      • I love my love in secret
      • The Lass of Livingston
      • The Soger laddie
      • O can you sew cushions
      • Leader haughs and yarrow
      • Arianna a Naxos HXXVIb:2

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