37a. Kerner, Keats and the Physician Poet
14 October 2021, 11:00 - 12:00
St Hilda's College
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Today’s two-part Song Connections event is led by Natasha Loges and presented in association with the Royal College of Music. Natasha explores where music meets medicine, via poetry and the surprising number of physician poets who have been set in song. These include Justinus Kerner (we hear Schumann’s settings at lunchtime), Keats (who died 200 years ago this year) and Alois Jeitteles (the poet of Beethoven’s An die ferne Geliebte). Songs of sickness and recovery punctuate a fascinating discussion around these and other figures.
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The complete event duration is approximately 2 hours, with a break in the middle
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