Overview

THE MARLBORO COLLEGE DINING HALL
Informal Concert VII

Thursday, 12 August 1993 at 8:30 PM

  • Suite, Op. 62a (1944) Adolf Busch
    (1891 - 1952)

    • Præludium: Molto adagio
    • Fuge
    • Andante tranquillo ma sempre un poco grazioso
    • Scherzo: Vivace assai
    • Rondo: Allegro ma non troppo
    • Eduard Brunner, Clarinet
    • Ivan Chan, Violin
    • Philipp Naegele, Viola
    • Judith Serkin, Cello
  • Madrigals, Book I (1965) George Crumb

    • 1. Verte desnuda es recordar la tierra
    • 2. No piensan en la lluvia, y se han dormido
    • 3. Los muertos llevan alas de musgo
    • Mary Nessinger, Mezzo-Soprano
    • Joseph Gramley, Vibraphone
    • Joseph Carver, Double Bass
  • Madrigals, Book III (1969) George Crumb

    • 1. La noche canta desnuda sobre los puentes de marzo
    • 2. Quiero dormir el sueño de las manzanas
    • 3. Nana, niño, nana del caballo grande que no quiso el agua
    • Martha Elliott, Soprano
    • Naoko Yoshino, Harp
    • Jurij Konje, Percussion
  • Vier Gesänge für Frauenchor, mit Begleitung von zwei Hörner und Harfe, Op. 17 (1860) Johannes Brahms
    (1833 - 1897)

    • 1. Es tönt ein voller Harfenklang
    • 2. Lied von Shakespeare
    • 3. Der Gärtner
    • 4. Gesang aus Fingal
    • Christine Chapman, Horn
    • John David Smith, Horn
    • Naoko Yoshino, Harp
    • The Marlboro Women’s Chorus, Chorus
    • Luis Batlle, Chorus Preparation
  • INTERMISSION

  • Three Inventions for Solo Bassoon (1962) George Perle

    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • Steven Dibner, Bassoon
  • Pièce (1991) Olivier Messiaen
    (1908 - 1992)

    • Bruno Canino, Piano
    • Miranda Cuckson, Violin
    • Melissa Kleinbart, Violin
    • Choong-Jin Chang, Viola
    • Peter Stumpf, Cello
  • Piano Trio in E Minor, Op. 67 (1944) Dmitri Shostakovich
    (1906 - 1975)

    • Andante
    • Allegro con brio
    • Largo
    • Allegretto
    • Ignat Solzhenitsyn, Piano
    • Isidore Cohen, Violin
    • Sophie Shao, Cello

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