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October 21, 2018

Seven Unaccompanied Part Songs op. 17

 

6.00pm


Songs by Great English Composers

Kulturetage Messestadt
(Erika-Cremer-Str. 8, 81829 München)

 

The English Sound
Uli Kneisel: Musical Director
 

Charles Villiers Stanford (1852 – 1924)
aus 6 Irish Folksongs, op. 78
Nr. 5 – It is not the Tear
Nr. 4 – The Sword of Erin
aus 8 Part Songs, op. 119
Nr. 2 – Farewell, my Joy
Nr. 3 – Blue Bird
Edward Elgar (1857 – 1934)
aus 3 Part Songs, op. 18
Nr. 3 – My Love Dwelt in a Northern Land
aus 5 Unaccompanied Part Songs, op. 73
Nr. 1 – Love’s Tempest
Nr. 2 – Serenade
Gustav Holst (1874 – 1934)
aus 6 Choral Folksongs, op. 36
Nr. 1 – I Sowed the Seeds of Love
Nr. 4 – The Song of the Blacksmith
Nr. 5 – I Love My Love
Gerald Finzi (1901 – 1956)
7 Poems of Robert Bridges, op. 17
Nr. 1 – I Praise the Tender Flower
Nr. 2 – I Have Loved Flowers That Fade
Nr. 3 – My Spirit Sang All Day
Nr. 4 – Clear and Gentle Stream
Nr. 5 – Nightingales
Nr. 6 – Haste on, My Joys
Nr. 7 – Wherefore Tonight So Full of Care
Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872 – 1958)
Bushes and Briars
3 Shakespeare Songs
Nr. 1 – Full Fathom Five
Nr. 2 – The Cloud-Capp’d Towers
Nr. 3 – Over Hill, Over Dale 

To compose music immediately recognizable as a typically English was the aim of several English (and Irish) composers at the end of the 19th century. Charles Villiers Stanford and his students Gustav Holst and Ralph Vaughan Williams show us various aspects of English sound. English composers, as in the rest of Europe, found authentic sources of English music to inspire their own compositions with a fusion of original folk music, and arrangements of traditional folk songs. In addition to works by Stanford, and his circle, there will be songs by Edward Elgar and Gerald Finzi.

Tickets

€15, Concessions €10
tickets@voxnova.de
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Start: October 21, 2018 6:00 pm
End: October 21, 2018 9:00 pm

November 3, 2018

Seven Unaccompanied Part Songs op. 17

 

6.00pm


Songs by Great English Composers

Bennopolis (parish hall of church St. Benno)
(Kreitmayrstr. 29, 80335 München),

 

The English Sound
Uli Kneisel: Musical Director
 

Charles Villiers Stanford (1852 – 1924)
aus 6 Irish Folksongs, op. 78
Nr. 5 – It is not the Tear
Nr. 4 – The Sword of Erin
aus 8 Part Songs, op. 119
Nr. 2 – Farewell, my Joy
Nr. 3 – Blue Bird
Edward Elgar (1857 – 1934)
aus 3 Part Songs, op. 18
Nr. 3 – My Love Dwelt in a Northern Land
aus 5 Unaccompanied Part Songs, op. 73
Nr. 1 – Love’s Tempest
Nr. 2 – Serenade
Gustav Holst (1874 – 1934)
aus 6 Choral Folksongs, op. 36
Nr. 1 – I Sowed the Seeds of Love
Nr. 4 – The Song of the Blacksmith
Nr. 5 – I Love My Love
Gerald Finzi (1901 – 1956)
7 Poems of Robert Bridges, op. 17
Nr. 1 – I Praise the Tender Flower
Nr. 2 – I Have Loved Flowers That Fade
Nr. 3 – My Spirit Sang All Day
Nr. 4 – Clear and Gentle Stream
Nr. 5 – Nightingales
Nr. 6 – Haste on, My Joys
Nr. 7 – Wherefore Tonight So Full of Care
Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872 – 1958)
Bushes and Briars
3 Shakespeare Songs
Nr. 1 – Full Fathom Five
Nr. 2 – The Cloud-Capp’d Towers
Nr. 3 – Over Hill, Over Dale 

To compose music immediately recognizable as a typically English was the aim of several English (and Irish) composers at the end of the 19th century. Charles Villiers Stanford and his students Gustav Holst and Ralph Vaughan Williams show us various aspects of English sound. English composers, as in the rest of Europe, found authentic sources of English music to inspire their own compositions with a fusion of original folk music, and arrangements of traditional folk songs. In addition to works by Stanford, and his circle, there will be songs by Edward Elgar and Gerald Finzi.

Tickets

€15, Concessions €10
tickets@voxnova.de
…………………………………………………………

Start: November 3, 2018 6:00 pm
End: November 3, 2018 9:00 pm

November 4, 2018

Seven Unaccompanied Part Songs op. 17

 

6.00pm


Songs by Great English Composers

Sophiensaal
(Sophienstr. 6, 80333 München)
 

The English Sound
Uli Kneisel: Musical Director
 

Charles Villiers Stanford (1852 – 1924)
aus 6 Irish Folksongs, op. 78
Nr. 5 – It is not the Tear
Nr. 4 – The Sword of Erin
aus 8 Part Songs, op. 119
Nr. 2 – Farewell, my Joy
Nr. 3 – Blue Bird
Edward Elgar (1857 – 1934)
aus 3 Part Songs, op. 18
Nr. 3 – My Love Dwelt in a Northern Land
aus 5 Unaccompanied Part Songs, op. 73
Nr. 1 – Love’s Tempest
Nr. 2 – Serenade
Gustav Holst (1874 – 1934)
aus 6 Choral Folksongs, op. 36
Nr. 1 – I Sowed the Seeds of Love
Nr. 4 – The Song of the Blacksmith
Nr. 5 – I Love My Love
Gerald Finzi (1901 – 1956)
7 Poems of Robert Bridges, op. 17
Nr. 1 – I Praise the Tender Flower
Nr. 2 – I Have Loved Flowers That Fade
Nr. 3 – My Spirit Sang All Day
Nr. 4 – Clear and Gentle Stream
Nr. 5 – Nightingales
Nr. 6 – Haste on, My Joys
Nr. 7 – Wherefore Tonight So Full of Care
Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872 – 1958)
Bushes and Briars
3 Shakespeare Songs
Nr. 1 – Full Fathom Five
Nr. 2 – The Cloud-Capp’d Towers
Nr. 3 – Over Hill, Over Dale 

To compose music immediately recognizable as a typically English was the aim of several English (and Irish) composers at the end of the 19th century. Charles Villiers Stanford and his students Gustav Holst and Ralph Vaughan Williams show us various aspects of English sound. English composers, as in the rest of Europe, found authentic sources of English music to inspire their own compositions with a fusion of original folk music, and arrangements of traditional folk songs. In addition to works by Stanford, and his circle, there will be songs by Edward Elgar and Gerald Finzi.

Tickets

€15, Concessions €10
tickets@voxnova.de
…………………………………………………………

Start: November 4, 2018 6:00 pm
End: November 4, 2018 9:00 pm