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Special Event: George Butterworth and His Wartime Contemporaries: Friends, Comrades and Foes

Special Event: George Butterworth & His Wartime Contemporaries: Friends, Comrades & Foes

Special Events

Date and time
09 Nov 2016 (7:00pm)

Recital Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

200 Jennens Road, B4 7XR


£6 (£4)

Booking Information

Tickets available on the door

Butterworth Come my own one (Folk song from Sussex)
Butterworth On the Idle Hill of Summer
Gurney Sleep
Reger Bitte um einen seligen Tod (Geistliche Lieder, Op.137, No.1)
Schoenberg Waldsonne Op.2, No.4
Schmitt Neige (piano piece from Crepuscules Op.56)
Ravel D'Anne qui me jecta de la neige (Epigrammes of Clement Marot No.1)
Vaughan Williams From far, from eve and morning (from On Wenlock Edge cycle with piano quintet)
Butterworth Love Blows as the Wind Blows (cycle for baritone and string quartet)
Gurney In Flanders
Gurney The Far Country (from The Western Playland cycle with piano quintet)
Hindemith Nebelweben (from Melancholie cycle for soprano and string quartet)
Schoenberg Der Mai tritt ein mit Freuden (Volkslieder No.1)
Caplet Les prières No.1
Ravel Il est doux (Chansons madécasses No.3, with flute, cello and piano)
Bliss Autumn (Li-Po settings No.3)
Holst The Fields of Sorrow (canon for 3 voices)
Holst The Floral Bandit (from Humbert Wolfe set of songs)
Vaughan Williams Rondo (from Suite of 6 pieces for piano)
Butterworth 6 songs from A Shropshire lad

Enjoy an evening of song in our regular Liederabend series.

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