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Live from Wigmore Hall - BBC Radio 3: Ailish Tynan and Iain Burnside

When
Friday July 17, 2020 at 13:00
Where
Wigmore Hall, London
Tickets
Free admission – no ticket required

  1. Sechs Lieder Op 48 - Edvard Grieg
  2. Blumengruss, from Goethe Lieder - Hugo Wolf
  3. Ganymed, from Goethe Lieder - Hugo Wolf
  4. Gleich und gleich, from Goethe Lieder - Hugo Wolf
  5. So lasst mich scheinen - Hugo Wolf
  6. The leprechaun - Traditional Irish, arranged by Herbert Hughes
  7. I know where I’m going - Traditional Irish, arranged by Herbert Hughes
  8. Marry me now - Traditional Irish, arranged by Herbert Hughes
  9. The Gartan mother’s lullaby - Traditional Irish, arranged by Herbert Hughes
  10. Memories - Charles Ives
  11. Pregnant, from The Birth Project - Libby Larsen
  12. Songs my mother taught me - Charles Ives
  13. Over the Rainbow, from The Wizard of Oz - Harold Arlen

This concert forms part of the Wigmore Hall BBC Radio 3 Special Broadcast series. It will be available to listen to live on BBC Radio 3 and also to watch live on Wigmore Hall's website. The concert will be approximately one hour in duration.

Irish operatic soprano Ailish Tynan and her regular pianist partner Iain Burnside present a characteristically wide-ranging programme, including Herbert Hughes arrangements of Irish songs and Grieg’s stormy Six Songs. Their finale is a song that has recently become popular as an anthem to staff of the NHS working on the front line against the Coronavirus pandemic.

Available online until 17 July.


Venue
Wigmore Hall
36 Wigmore Street
London
London
W1U 2BP
England
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