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Hugo Wolf, performed by Mary Bevan, Quirijn de Lang & Sholto Kynoch

18 October 2011, 19:00 - 20:35


Concert


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Holywell Music Room

Holywell St
Oxford
OX1 3BN

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Pre-concert talk at 7pm given by Amanda Glauert (free).

Our survey of every song Wolf wrote, all of which are being recorded for release on “Oxford Lieder Live”, continues with a number of early, rarely-heard songs, showing the composer finding his own, unique voice, as well as his better-known settings of Keller and Ibsen.

Mary Bevan is a true rising star on the UK music scene and she is joined by the young Dutch baritone Quirijn de Lang, who has also been forging an impressive reputation in this country, with lead roles at ENO, Scottish Opera, Garsington, Grange Park and Opera North.

This concert is beng recorded for release as part of the Hugo Wolf: The Complete Songs series on 'Oxford Lieder Live'.

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CLICK HERE TO HEAR AN EXCERPT FROM "HUGO WOLF: THE COMPLETE SONGS, VOL. 1"

CLICK HERE TO HEAR AN EXCERPT FROM "HUGO WOLF: THE COMPLETE SONGS, VOL. 2"

PROGRAMME:

Hugo Wolf (1860 - 1903):

Alte Weisen: sechs Gedichte von Keller
1. Tretet ein, hoher Krieger
2. Singt mein Schatz wie ein Fink
3. Du milchjunger Knabe
4.Wandl ich in dem Morgentau
5. Das Köhlerweib ist trunken
6. Wie glänzt der helle Mond

Wanderlied
Das Kind am Brunnen
Über Nacht
Bescheidene Liebe
Ständchen
Knabentod

Liebesfrühling
Auf der Wanderung
Ja, die Schönst! ich sagt es offen
Nach dem Abschiede
Der goldene Morgen, op.9 no.6

Auf der Wanderschaft (first version)
Auf der Wanderschaft (second version)
Ein Grab
Andenken
Der Schwalben Heimkehr

Nacht und Grab, op.3 no.1
Abendglöcklein, op.9 no.4
Perlenfischer
So wahr die Sonne scheinet

Drei Gesänge auf Ibsens Das Fest aus Solhaug
1. Gesang Margits
2. Gudmunds erster Gesang
3. Gudmunds zweiter Gesang


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2011 Festival: 10 Year Anniversary

The Annual Oxford Lieder Festival, bringing song to the heart of Oxford

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