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Songs of the Heart & Hereafter: Introducing the songs of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

When
Thursday January 17, 2019 at 19:30
Where
St James's Church, Piccadilly, London
Tickets
£18, £25; £15 for children, senior citizens, students (students must present valid student ID at the door; children should be accompanied by an adult)
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  1. 7 African Rromances, for soprano and piano Op 17 - Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
    • An African love song
    • How shall I woo thee?
  2. Songs of Sun and Shade - Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
    • You lay so still in the sunshine
    • Thou art risen, my beloved
  3. A Sheaf of Songs from Leinster Op 140 - Sir Charles Villiers Stanford
    • A soft day, thank God
    • The bold, unbiddable child
  4. Like to the damask rose - Sir Edward Elgar
  5. O'er-arched by leaves, from Caractacus Op 35 - Sir Edward Elgar
  6. Silent Noon, from The House of Life - Ralph Vaughan Williams
  7. Orpheus with his lute, from 3 Songs from Shakespeare (1925) - Ralph Vaughan Williams
  8. Minguillo, from Southern Love Songs Op 12 - Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
  9. Life and death - Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
  10. 6 Sorrow Songs Op 57 - Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
  11. 5 Rückert Lieder - Gustav Mahler

For the first time since her prestigious Rosenblatt recital in 2011, Elizabeth will be giving a recital showcasing the songs of the British composer, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor. The programme will also include songs written by his peers, Elgar and Vaughan-Williams, and his composition teacher, Charles Villiers Stanford.

Coleridge-Taylor was once hailed by a New York critic in 1901 as the "Black Mahler", so the recital ends with a performance of Elizabeth's favourite collection of songs, Mahler's Rückert Lieder.


Venue
St James's Church, Piccadilly
197 Piccadilly
London
London
W1J 9LL
England
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