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A Program of Chamber Music by The Composers Quartet
1 of 3. Schubert, Franz (1797-1828). Quartettsatz in C minor, D. 703: Allegro assai [performed by Composers Quartet: Raimondi, Matthew (violin), Ajemian, Anahid (violin), Zaratzian, Harry (viola), Rudiakov, Michael (cello), guest]. 2 of 3. Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827). Quartet No. 15 in A minor, Op. 132 [performed by Composers Quartet: Raimondi, Matthew (violin) Ajemian, Anahid (violin), Zaratzian, Harry (viola), Rudiakov, Michael (cello), guest]. 3 of 3. Dvorak, Antonin (1841-1904). Quintet in A major, Op. 81 for piano and strings [performed by Crow, Todd (piano), faculty; Composers Quartet: Raimondi, Matthew (violin) Ajemian, Anahid (violin), Zaratzian, Harry (viola), Rudiakov, Michael (cello), guest].
Skinner Recital Hall
Alumnae and Alumni of Vassar College celebrating their hundreth anniversary and The Department of Music present Sandra Browne, '68, mezzo-soprano assisted by Huguette Van Ackere, piano
1 of 25. Schubert, Franz (1797-1828). Aufenhalt (Schwanengesang, no. 5) (Poem by Rellstab) [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 2 of 25. Schubert, Franz (1797-1828). Nacht und Traume, op. 43, no 2. (Poem by Max Von Collin) [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 3 of 25. Schubert, Franz (1797-1828). Der Tod und das Madchen (Poem by Matthias Claudius) [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 4 of 25. Schubert, Franz (1797-1828). Gretchen am Spinnrade, op. 2 (Poem from Goethe's Faust) [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 5 of 25. Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897). Botschaft, op. 47, no. 1 (Poem by Daumer) [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 6 of 25. Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897). Meine Liebe ist grun, op. 63, no. 5 [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 7 of 25. Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897). Liebestreu, op. 3, no. 1 [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 8 of 25. Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897). Der Tod, das ist die kuhle Nacht, op. 96, no. 1 [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 9 of 25. Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897). Vergebliches Standchen, op. 84, no.1 [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 10 of 25. Mahler, Gustav (1860-1911). Wenn mein Schatz Hochzeit macht (Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen, 1883) [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 11 of 25. Mahler, Gustav (1860-1911). Ging heut' Morgen uber's Feld (Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen, 1883) [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 12 of 25. Mahler, Gustav (1860-1911). Ich hab' ein gluhend Messer (Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen, 1883) [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 13 of 25. Mahler, Gustav (1860-1911). Die zwei blauen Augen (Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen, 1883) [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 14 of 25. Britten, Benjamin (1913-1976). A cradle song (A charm of lullabies, opus 41) (Poem by William Blake) [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 15 of 25. Britten, Benjamin (1913-1976). The Highland Balou (A charm of lullabies, opus 41) (Poem by Robert Burns) [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 16 of 25. Britten, Benjamin (1913-1976). Sephestia's Lullaby (A charm of lullabies, opus 41) (Poem by Robert Greene) [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 17 of 25. Britten, Benjamin (1913-1976). A charm (A charm of lullabies, opus 41) (Poem by Thomas Randolph) [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 18 of 25. Britten, Benjamin (1913-1976). The Nurse's Song (A charm of lullabies, opus 41) (Poem by John Philip) [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 19 of 25. Manuel de Falla (1876-1946). El pano moruno (Siete Canciones populares Espanolas) [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 20 of 25. Manuel de Falla (1876-1946). Seguidilla Murciana (Siete Canciones populares Espanolas) [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 21 of 25. Manuel de Falla (1876-1946). Asturiana (Siete Canciones populares Espanolas) [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 22 of 25. Manuel de Falla (1876-1946). Jota (Siete Canciones populares Espanolas) [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 23 of 25. Manuel de Falla (1876-1946). Nana (Siete Canciones populares Espanolas) [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 24 of 25. Manuel de Falla (1876-1946). Cancion (Siete Canciones populares Espanolas) [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest]. 25 of 25. Manuel de Falla (1876-1946). Polo (Siete Canciones populares Espanolas) [performed by van Ackere, Huguette (piano), faculty; Browne, Sandra '68 (mezzo-soprano), guest].
Skinner Recital Hall
CONCERT. MR. FRANZ REMMERTZ, Baritone. The New York Mozart Club. PROF. F. L. RITTER, Director.
1 of 7. Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791). Quintette, E flat: Largo, Allegro Moderato, Larghetto, Allegretto [performed by Messrs. A. Eller (Piano), J. Eller (Oboe), Ed. Boehm (Clarinet), A. Sohst (Bassoon), F. Hickel (Horn), guest]. 2 of 7. Schumann, Robert (1810-1856). "Fluthenreicher Ebro" [performed by Mr. F. Remmertz (Baritone), guest]. 3 of 7. Vieuxtemps, Henri (1820-1881). Reverie [performed by Mr. R. Arnold (Violin), guest]. 4 of 7. Wagner, Richard (1813-1883). "Wie Todesahnung" ("Tannhauser") [performed by Mr. F. Remmertz (Baritone), guest]. 5 of 7. Schumann, Robert (1810-1856). Two Romances [performed by Messrs. J. Eller (Oboe) and A. Eller (Piano), guest]. 6 of 7. Schumann, Robert (1810-1856). Die Beiden Grenadiere [performed by Mr. F. Remmertz (Baritone), guest]. 7 of 7. Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827). Septette, E flat, op. 20: Adagio, Allegro con brio, Adagio cantabile, Tempo di Menuetto, Andante con Variazioni, Scherzo, Andante con moto, Presto [performed by Messrs. R. Arnold (Violin), G. Haupt (Violin), A. Barreuther (Cello), G. Pfeiffenschneider (Double Bass), Ed. Boehm (Clarinet), A. Sohst (Bassoon), F. Hickel (Horn), guest].
Carol Droste, mezzo-soprano, Member of the Class of 1973
1 of 23. Rossi, Luigi (1598-1653). Gelosia (Cantata a voce sola) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty]. 2 of 23. Handel, George Frideric (1685-1759). Rinaldo (Aria: Cara sposa) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty]. 3 of 23. Handel, George Frideric (1685-1759). Semele (Aria: O Sleep, why dost thou leave me) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty]. 4 of 23. Handel, George Frideric (1685-1759). Siroe (Aria: Ch'io mai vi possa) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty]. 5 of 23. Mahler, Gustav (1860-1911). Wenn mein Schatz Hochzeit macht (Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty]. 6 of 23. Mahler, Gustav (1860-1911). Ging heut' morgen uber's Feld (Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty]. 7 of 23. Mahler, Gustav (1860-1911). Ich hab' ein gluhend Messer (Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty]. 8 of 23. Mahler, Gustav (1860-1911). Die zwei blauen Augen (Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty]. 9 of 23. Ravel, Maurice (1875-1937). Chanson de la mariee (Cinq melodies populaires Grecques) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty]. 10 of 23. Ravel, Maurice (1875-1937). La-bas vers l'eglise (Cinq melodies populaires Grecques) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty]. 11 of 23. Ravel, Maurice (1875-1937). Quel galant m'est comparable (Cinq melodies populaires Grecques) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty]. 12 of 23. Ravel, Maurice (1875-1937). Chanson des ceuilleuses de lentisques (Cinq melodies populaires Grecques) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty]. 13 of 23. Ravel, Maurice (1875-1937). Tout gai! (Cinq melodies populaires Grecques) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty]. 14 of 23. Barber, Samuel (1910-1981). At St. Patrick's Purgatory (Hermit Songs) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty]. 15 of 23. Barber, Samuel (1910-1981). Church Bell at Night (Hermit Songs) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty]. 16 of 23. Barber, Samuel (1910-1981). St. Ita's Vision (Hermit Songs) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty]. 17 of 23. Barber, Samuel (1910-1981). The Heavenly Banquet (Hermit Songs) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty]. 18 of 23. Barber, Samuel (1910-1981). The Crucifixion (Hermit Songs) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty]. 19 of 23. Barber, Samuel (1910-1981). Sea-snatch (Hermit Songs) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty]. 20 of 23. Barber, Samuel (1910-1981). Promiscuity (Hermit Songs) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty]. 21 of 23. Barber, Samuel (1910-1981). The Monk and his Cat (Hermit Songs) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty]. 22 of 23. Barber, Samuel (1910-1981). The Praises of God (Hermit Songs) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty]. 23 of 23. Barber, Samuel (1910-1981). The Desire for Hermitage (Hermit Songs) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), student; Ackere, Hugette van (piano), faculty].
Skinner Recital Hall
Chanticleer: An Orchestra of Voices
1 of 17. Gibbons, Orlando (1583-1625). Hosanna to the Son of David [performed by Chanticleer: Dylan Hostetter (Soprano), Michael McNeil (Soprano), Gregory Peebles (Soprano), Alan Reinhardt (Alto), Cortez Mitchell (Alto), Adam Ward (Alto), Brian Hinman (Tenor), Matthew Curtis (Tenor), Ben Jones (Tenor), Eric Alatorre (Baritone & Bass), Gabriel Lewis-O'Connor (Baritone & Bass), Jace Wittig (Baritone & Bass), Matthew Oltman (Music Director), guest]. 2 of 17. Calvisius, Sethus (1556-1615). Unser Leben wahret siebzig Jahr [performed by Chanticleer: Dylan Hostetter (Soprano), Michael McNeil (Soprano), Gregory Peebles (Soprano), Alan Reinhardt (Alto), Cortez Mitchell (Alto), Adam Ward (Alto), Brian Hinman (Tenor), Matthew Curtis (Tenor), Ben Jones (Tenor), Eric Alatorre (Baritone & Bass), Gabriel Lewis-O'Connor (Baritone & Bass), Jace Wittig (Baritone & Bass), Matthew Oltman (Music Director), guest]. 3 of 17. Plainchant. Veni sponsa Christi [performed by Chanticleer: Dylan Hostetter (Soprano), Michael McNeil (Soprano), Gregory Peebles (Soprano), Alan Reinhardt (Alto), Cortez Mitchell (Alto), Adam Ward (Alto), Brian Hinman (Tenor), Matthew Curtis (Tenor), Ben Jones (Tenor), Eric Alatorre (Baritone & Bass), Gabriel Lewis-O'Connor (Baritone & Bass), Jace Wittig (Baritone & Bass), Matthew Oltman (Music Director), guest]. 4 of 17. Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da (1525?-1594). Veni sponsa Christi [performed by Chanticleer: Dylan Hostetter (Soprano), Michael McNeil (Soprano), Gregory Peebles (Soprano), Alan Reinhardt (Alto), Cortez Mitchell (Alto), Adam Ward (Alto), Brian Hinman (Tenor), Matthew Curtis (Tenor), Ben Jones (Tenor), Eric Alatorre (Baritone & Bass), Gabriel Lewis-O'Connor (Baritone & Bass), Jace Wittig (Baritone & Bass), Matthew Oltman (Music Director), guest]. 5 of 17. Daniel-Lesur, Jean Yves (1908-2002). from Le Cantique des cantiques, "Epithalame" [performed by Chanticleer: Dylan Hostetter (Soprano), Michael McNeil (Soprano), Gregory Peebles (Soprano), Alan Reinhardt (Alto), Cortez Mitchell (Alto), Adam Ward (Alto), Brian Hinman (Tenor), Matthew Curtis (Tenor), Ben Jones (Tenor), Eric Alatorre (Baritone & Bass), Gabriel Lewis-O'Connor (Baritone & Bass), Jace Wittig (Baritone & Bass), Matthew Oltman (Music Director), guest]. 6 of 17. Anonymous (15th century). Agincourt Carol [performed by Chanticleer: Dylan Hostetter (Soprano), Michael McNeil (Soprano), Gregory Peebles (Soprano), Alan Reinhardt (Alto), Cortez Mitchell (Alto), Adam Ward (Alto), Brian Hinman (Tenor), Matthew Curtis (Tenor), Ben Jones (Tenor), Eric Alatorre (Baritone & Bass), Gabriel Lewis-O'Connor (Baritone & Bass), Jace Wittig (Baritone & Bass), Matthew Oltman (Music Director), guest]. 7 of 17. Dufay, Guillaume (d. 1474). Lamentatio sanctae matris ecclesiae, Constantinopolitanae [performed by Chanticleer: Dylan Hostetter (Soprano), Michael McNeil (Soprano), Gregory Peebles (Soprano), Alan Reinhardt (Alto), Cortez Mitchell (Alto), Adam Ward (Alto), Brian Hinman (Tenor), Matthew Curtis (Tenor), Ben Jones (Tenor), Eric Alatorre (Baritone & Bass), Gabriel Lewis-O'Connor (Baritone & Bass), Jace Wittig (Baritone & Bass), Matthew Oltman (Music Director), guest]. 8 of 17. Janequin, Clement (ca. 1495-1560). La Guerre [performed by Chanticleer: Dylan Hostetter (Soprano), Michael McNeil (Soprano), Gregory Peebles (Soprano), Alan Reinhardt (Alto), Cortez Mitchell (Alto), Adam Ward (Alto), Brian Hinman (Tenor), Matthew Curtis (Tenor), Ben Jones (Tenor), Eric Alatorre (Baritone & Bass), Gabriel Lewis-O'Connor (Baritone & Bass), Jace Wittig (Baritone & Bass), Matthew Oltman (Music Director), guest]. 9 of 17. Ligeti, Gyorgy (1923-2007). Ejszaka (Night), Reggel (Morning) [performed by Chanticleer: Dylan Hostetter (Soprano), Michael McNeil (Soprano), Gregory Peebles (Soprano), Alan Reinhardt (Alto), Cortez Mitchell (Alto), Adam Ward (Alto), Brian Hinman (Tenor), Matthew Curtis (Tenor), Ben Jones (Tenor), Eric Alatorre (Baritone & Bass), Gabriel Lewis-O'Connor (Baritone & Bass), Jace Wittig (Baritone & Bass), Matthew Oltman (Music Director), guest]. 10 of 17. Yi, Chen (b. 1953). Sping Dreams [performed by Chanticleer: Dylan Hostetter (Soprano), Michael McNeil (Soprano), Gregory Peebles (Soprano), Alan Reinhardt (Alto), Cortez Mitchell (Alto), Adam Ward (Alto), Brian Hinman (Tenor), Matthew Curtis (Tenor), Ben Jones (Tenor), Eric Alatorre (Baritone & Bass), Gabriel Lewis-O'Connor (Baritone & Bass), Jace Wittig (Baritone & Bass), Matthew Oltman (Music Director), guest]. 11 of 17. Sametz, Steven (b. 1954). in time of [performed by Chanticleer: Dylan Hostetter (Soprano), Michael McNeil (Soprano), Gregory Peebles (Soprano), Alan Reinhardt (Alto), Cortez Mitchell (Alto), Adam Ward (Alto), Brian Hinman (Tenor), Matthew Curtis (Tenor), Ben Jones (Tenor), Eric Alatorre (Baritone & Bass), Gabriel Lewis-O'Connor (Baritone & Bass), Jace Wittig (Baritone & Bass), Matthew Oltman (Music Director), guest] ; This work has been recorded by Chanticleer, and are available at tonight's performance.. 12 of 17. McGlynn, Michael (b. 1964). Agnus Dei [performed by Chanticleer: Dylan Hostetter (Soprano), Michael McNeil (Soprano), Gregory Peebles (Soprano), Alan Reinhardt (Alto), Cortez Mitchell (Alto), Adam Ward (Alto), Brian Hinman (Tenor), Matthew Curtis (Tenor), Ben Jones (Tenor), Eric Alatorre (Baritone & Bass), Gabriel Lewis-O'Connor (Baritone & Bass), Jace Wittig (Baritone & Bass), Matthew Oltman (Music Director), guest] ; This work has been recorded by Chanticleer, and are available at tonight's performance.. 13 of 17. Bates, Mason (b. 1977). from Sirens [performed by Chanticleer: Dylan Hostetter (Soprano), Michael McNeil (Soprano), Gregory Peebles (Soprano), Alan Reinhardt (Alto), Cortez Mitchell (Alto), Adam Ward (Alto), Brian Hinman (Tenor), Matthew Curtis (Tenor), Ben Jones (Tenor), Eric Alatorre (Baritone & Bass), Gabriel Lewis-O'Connor (Baritone & Bass), Jace Wittig (Baritone & Bass), Matthew Oltman (Music Director), guest]. 14 of 17. Acosta, Sanchez, arr. Juan Tony Guzman. Paraiso Sonado [performed by Chanticleer: Dylan Hostetter (Soprano), Michael McNeil (Soprano), Gregory Peebles (Soprano), Alan Reinhardt (Alto), Cortez Mitchell (Alto), Adam Ward (Alto), Brian Hinman (Tenor), Matthew Curtis (Tenor), Ben Jones (Tenor), Eric Alatorre (Baritone & Bass), Gabriel Lewis-O'Connor (Baritone & Bass), Jace Wittig (Baritone & Bass), Matthew Oltman (Music Director), guest]. 15 of 17. Cavallaro, Carmen. from Poema de la Siguiriya Gitana, "El Grito" [performed by Chanticleer: Dylan Hostetter (Soprano), Michael McNeil (Soprano), Gregory Peebles (Soprano), Alan Reinhardt (Alto), Cortez Mitchell (Alto), Adam Ward (Alto), Brian Hinman (Tenor), Matthew Curtis (Tenor), Ben Jones (Tenor), Eric Alatorre (Baritone & Bass), Gabriel Lewis-O'Connor (Baritone & Bass), Jace Wittig (Baritone & Bass), Matthew Oltman (Music Director), guest]. 16 of 17. Simons, Moisis, arr. Tanie Leon. El Mansiero [performed by Chanticleer: Dylan Hostetter (Soprano), Michael McNeil (Soprano), Gregory Peebles (Soprano), Alan Reinhardt (Alto), Cortez Mitchell (Alto), Adam Ward (Alto), Brian Hinman (Tenor), Matthew Curtis (Tenor), Ben Jones (Tenor), Eric Alatorre (Baritone & Bass), Gabriel Lewis-O'Connor (Baritone & Bass), Jace Wittig (Baritone & Bass), Matthew Oltman (Music Director), guest] ; This work has been recorded by Chanticleer, and are available at tonight's performance.. 17 of 17. A selection of folk-songs, popular songs and spirituals to be announced. [performed by Chanticleer: Dylan Hostetter (Soprano), Michael McNeil (Soprano), Gregory Peebles (Soprano), Alan Reinhardt (Alto), Cortez Mitchell (Alto), Adam Ward (Alto), Brian Hinman (Tenor), Matthew Curtis (Tenor), Ben Jones (Tenor), Eric Alatorre (Baritone & Bass), Gabriel Lewis-O'Connor (Baritone & Bass), Jace Wittig (Baritone & Bass), Matthew Oltman (Music Director), guest].
Martel Recital Hall, Skinner Hall of Music
At top of program: In Time Of...
A Barbara Woods Morgan Memorial Concert
Christmas Concert
1 of 8. Adapted from plainsong phrases by Thomas Helmore, 1854. O come, O come, Emmanuel [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Marvin, Jameson (conductor), faculty]. 2 of 8. Ockeghem, Johannes (ca. 1410-1497). Missa Sine Nomine: Sanctu; Osanna; Benedictus; Osanna [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Marvin, Jameson (conductor), faculty]. 3 of 8. Isaac, Heinrich (ca. 1450-1517). Imperii proceres [performed by Vassar College Chorus, student; Marvin, Jameson (conductor), faculty]. 4 of 8. Porpora, Niccola (1685-1767). Magnificat [performed by Vassar College Choir, Kitamura, Kiyokazu (soprano), Teyler, Kathleen (alto), student; Marvin, Jameson (conductor), faculty] ; musicians provided through the Cooperative Music Program and the New York State Council on the Arts' grant of the Hudson Valley Philharmonic Society and the ACMHA. 5 of 8. Schutz, Heinrich (1585-1672). Motets from Geistlich Chormusik: Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt\; Es ist erschienen [performed by Vassar College Chorus, student; Marvin, Jameson (conductor), faculty]. 6 of 8. Buxtehude, Dietrich (1637-1707). Wie shon leuchtet der Morgenstern [performed by Pearson, Donald M. (organ), faculty]. 7 of 8. Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750). Lobet den Herrn, alle Heiden (Motet VI) [performed by Vassar College Choir, Vassar College Chorus, student; Marvin, Jameson (conductor), faculty] ; musicians provided through the Cooperative Music program and the New York State Council on the Arts' grant of the Hudson Valley Philharmonic Society and the ACMHA. 8 of 8. Luther, Martin (1483-1546). Vom Himmel hoch da komm' ich her (from Valentin Schumann's Geistliche Lieder, 1539) [performed by Vassar College Choir, Vassar College Chorus, student; Marvin, Jameson (conductor), faculty].
Vassar College Chapel
Concert by Continuum
1 of 6. Gubaidulina, Sophia. Dancer on a Tightrope (1993) [performed by Continuum: Nan Hughes (mezzo-soprano), Renee Jolles (violin), David Gresham (clarinet), Cheryl Seltzer (piano, electronic keyboard), Joel Sachs (piano, conductor), guest]. 2 of 6. Felzer, Oleg. Vestige (1993) [performed by Continuum: Nan Hughes (mezzo-soprano), Renee Jolles (violin), David Gresham (clarinet), Cheryl Seltzer (piano, electronic keyboard), Joel Sachs (piano, conductor), guest] ; Composed for Continuum. 3 of 6. Bibik, Valentin. Premonitions (1993) [performed by Continuum: Nan Hughes (mezzo-soprano), Renee Jolles (violin), David Gresham (clarinet), Cheryl Seltzer (piano, electronic keyboard), Joel Sachs (piano, conductor), guest] ; Texts: Alexander Blok, Composed for Continuum ; USA Premier. 4 of 6. Firsova, Elena. Sonata for Clarinet Solo (1976): In one movement [performed by Continuum: David Gresham (clarinet), guest]. 5 of 6. Ustvolskaya, Galina. Trio for Violin, Clarinet and Piano (1949, revised 1975): Espressivo; Dolce; Energico [performed by Continuum: Renee Jolles (violin), David Gresham (clarinet), Cheryl Seltzer (piano) [?], guest]. 6 of 6. Hrabovsky, Leonid. And It Will Be (1993) [performed by Continuum: Nan Hughes (mezzo-soprano), Renee Jolles (violin), David Gresham (clarinet), Cheryl Seltzer (piano, electronic keyboard), Joel Sachs (piano, conductor), guest] ; Texts: Mikla Vorobyov (Sung in Ukrainian), Composed for Continuum.
Skinner Hall
Continuum is a service mark of the Performers' Committee Inc., Cheryl Seltzer and Joel Sachs, directors.
1995 Barbara Woods Morgan Concert. This concert is made possible in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Concert of Vocal and Instrumental Music of the Fourteenth Century
1 of 26. Anon., English School (14th Century). Angelus ad Virginem [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), Querau, Quentin (tenor), guest]. 2 of 26. Johannes De Florentia (fl. 1340-1350). Ballata: Io son un pellegrin [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), Querau, Quentin (tenor), guest]. 3 of 26. Bologna, Jacopo da (fl. ca. 1350). Madrigal: Fenice fu' [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), Querau, Quentin (tenor), guest]. 4 of 26. Bologna, Jacopo da (fl. ca. 1350). Madrigal: Di novo e giunt 'un chavalier [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), Querau, Quentin (tenor), guest]. 5 of 26. Johannes De Florentia (fl. 1340-1350). Madrigal: O tu chara scientia [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), Querau, Quentin (tenor), guest]. 6 of 26. Anon. English. Stantipes imperfecta [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), guest]. 7 of 26. Anon. English. Trotto [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), guest]. 8 of 26. Anon. Italian. Lamento di Tristano [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), guest]. 9 of 26. Anon. Italian. Saltarello [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), guest]. 10 of 26. Anon. English. Stantipes [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), guest]. 11 of 26. Landini, Francesco (ca. 1325-1397). Ballata: Chi piu le vuol sapere [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), Querau, Quentin (tenor), guest]. 12 of 26. Landini, Francesco (ca. 1325-1397). Ballata: Ecco la primavera [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), Querau, Quentin (tenor), guest]. 13 of 26. Landini, Francesco (ca. 1325-1397). Ballata: Angelica bilta [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), Querau, Quentin (tenor), guest]. 14 of 26. Landini, Francesco (ca. 1325-1397). Madrigal-caccia: De! dinmi tu [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), Querau, Quentin (tenor), guest]. 15 of 26. Landini, Francesco (ca. 1325-1397). Ballata: Gram piant'agli ochi [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), Querau, Quentin (tenor), guest]. 16 of 26. Guillaume de Machaut (ca. 1300-1377). Ballade: Je puis trop bien [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), Querau, Quentin (tenor), guest]. 17 of 26. Guillaume de Machaut (ca. 1300-1377). Ballade: Tres douce dame [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), Querau, Quentin (tenor), guest]. 18 of 26. Guillaume de Machaut (ca. 1300-1377). Virelai: Douce dame jolie [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), Querau, Quentin (tenor), guest]. 19 of 26. Guillaume de Machaut (ca. 1300-1377). Ballade: De toutes flours [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), Querau, Quentin (tenor), guest]. 20 of 26. Guillaume de Machaut (ca. 1300-1377). Rondeau: Douce dame, tant com vivrai [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), Querau, Quentin (tenor), guest]. 21 of 26. Guillaume de Machaut (ca. 1300-1377). Ballade: Pas de tor en thies pais [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), Querau, Quentin (tenor), guest]. 22 of 26. Guillaume de Machaut (ca. 1300-1377). Ballade: Amours me fait desirer [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), Querau, Quentin (tenor), guest]. 23 of 26. Guillaume de Machaut (ca. 1300-1377). Double Hocket [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), Querau, Quentin (tenor), guest]. 24 of 26. Guillaume de Machaut (ca. 1300-1377). Virelai: Se je souspir [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), Querau, Quentin (tenor), guest]. 25 of 26. Guillaume de Machaut (ca. 1300-1377). Rondeau: Se vous n'estes [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), Querau, Quentin (tenor), guest]. 26 of 26. Guillaume de Machaut (ca. 1300-1377). Rondeau: Ma fin est mon commencement [performed by Feldman, Grace (vielle, viola da gamba, recorder), Hartzell, Adrienne (vielle, viola da gamba), Jordan, Paul (recorders, krummhorn), Querau, Quentin (tenor), guest].
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Fall Concert by the Vassar College Choir
1 of 8. Schutz, Heinrich (1585-1672). Cantate Domino canticum novum, SWV 81 [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Constance DeFotis (conductor), faculty; Hudson Valley Philharmonic, guest]. 2 of 8. Bruckner, Anton (1824-1896). Os Justi meditabitur sapientiam [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Constance DeFotis (conductor), faculty; Hudson Valley Philharmonic, guest]. 3 of 8. Oliveros, Pauline (b. 1932). Sound Patterns (1964) [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Constance DeFotis (conductor), faculty; Hudson Valley Philharmonic, guest]. 4 of 8. Bruckner, Anton (1824-1896). Locus Iste a Deo factus est [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Constance DeFotis (conductor), faculty; Hudson Valley Philharmonic, guest]. 5 of 8. Schutz, Heinrich (1585-1672). Heu mihi, Domine, SWV 65 [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Constance DeFotis (conductor), faculty; Hudson Valley Philharmonic, guest]. 6 of 8. Feldman, Morton (1926-1987). Chorus and Instruments (II) (1967) [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Constance DeFotis (conductor), faculty; Hudson Valley Philharmonic, guest]. 7 of 8. Bruckner, Anton (1824-1896). Christus factus est pro nobis obediens [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Constance DeFotis (conductor), faculty; Hudson Valley Philharmonic, guest]. 8 of 8. Handel, George Frideric (1685-1759). PSALM 112 Laudate Pueri Dominum [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Constance DeFotis (conductor), Karen Holvik (soprano), faculty; Hudson Valley Philharmonic, guest].
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assisted by members of the Hudson Valley Philharmonic and the Vassar College Music Faculty.
Junior Recital by Tara Loughran, soprano
1 of 8. Handel, George Frideric (1685-1759). Piangero La Sorte Mia, from Giulio Cesare [performed by Tara Loughran (soprano), student; Huguette van Ackere (piano), faculty]. 2 of 8. Schumann, Robert (1810-1856). Schone Wiege meiner Leiden, from Liederkreis (Heine) Op. 24 [performed by Tara Loughran (soprano), student; Huguette van Ackere (piano), faculty]. 3 of 8. Schumann, Robert (1810-1856). Die Lotosblume, from Myrthen, Op. 25 [performed by Tara Loughran (soprano), student; Huguette van Ackere (piano), faculty]. 4 of 8. Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897). Unbewegte laue Luft, from eight songs to texts by Dauner, Op. 57 [performed by Tara Loughran (soprano), student; Huguette van Ackere (piano), faculty]. 5 of 8. Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897). Botschaft, from five songs, Op. 47 [performed by Tara Loughran (soprano), student; Huguette van Ackere (piano), faculty]. 6 of 8. La Contessa de Dia (late 12th cent.). A chantar m'er [performed by Tara Loughran (soprano); , student; Huguette van Ackere (piano), faculty]. 7 of 8. Williams, Ralph Vaughan (1872-1958). Silent Noon [performed by Tara Loughran (soprano), student; Huguette van Ackere (piano), faculty]. 8 of 8. Rachmaninoff, Sergei (1873-1943). The Lilacs; Into my open window; The Coming of Spring [performed by Tara Loughran (soprano), student; Huguette van Ackere (piano), faculty].
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Physical program from Department of Music collection
Lecture by Dr. F. L. Ritter. Subject: The organ and organ music. Illustrations by S. P. Warren, organist of Grace Church, N. Y.
1 of 14. Frescobaldi, Girolamo (1583-1643). Bergamasca [performed by Dr. F. L. Ritter, faculty; S. P. Warren (Organ), guest]. 2 of 14. Gabrieli, Andrea (ca. 1533-1585). Ricercare [performed by Dr. F. L. Ritter, faculty; S. P. Warren (Organ), guest]. 3 of 14. Merulo, Claudio (1533-1604). Toccata [performed by Dr. F. L. Ritter, faculty; S. P. Warren (Organ), guest]. 4 of 14. Pachelbel, Johann (1653-1706). Fugue in C [performed by Dr. F. L. Ritter, faculty; S. P. Warren (Organ), guest]. 5 of 14. Froberger, Johann Jacob (1616-1667). Capriccio [performed by Dr. F. L. Ritter, faculty; S. P. Warren (Organ), guest]. 6 of 14. Scheidt, Samuel (1587-1654). Choralvorspiel, "Wir glauben all'an einen Gott" [performed by Dr. F. L. Ritter, faculty; S. P. Warren (Organ), guest]. 7 of 14. Buxtehude, Dietrich (1637-1707). Ciacone in E [performed by Dr. F. L. Ritter, faculty; S. P. Warren (Organ), guest]. 8 of 14. Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750). Choralvorspiele, "Herzlich thut mich verlangen" [performed by Dr. F. L. Ritter, faculty; S. P. Warren (Organ), guest]. 9 of 14. Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750). Choralvorspiele, "Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott" [performed by Dr. F. L. Ritter, faculty; S. P. Warren (Organ), guest]. 10 of 14. Krebs, Johann Ludwig (1713-1780). Prelude in A Minor [performed by Dr. F. L. Ritter, faculty; S. P. Warren (Organ), guest]. 11 of 14. Walther, Johann Gottfried (1684-1748). Choral preludium, "Erbarm 'dich Mein" [performed by Dr. F. L. Ritter, faculty; S. P. Warren (Organ), guest]. 12 of 14. Hopkins, E. J. (1818-1901). Allegro Moderato in A (English) [performed by Dr. F. L. Ritter, faculty; S. P. Warren (Organ), guest]. 13 of 14. Widor, Charles-Marie (1844-1937). Adagio in B from 6th Organ Symphony (French) [performed by Dr. F. L. Ritter, faculty; S. P. Warren (Organ), guest]. 14 of 14. Thiele, Ludwig (1816-1848). Concertsatz in C Minor, No. 1 (German) [performed by Dr. F. L. Ritter, faculty; S. P. Warren (Organ), guest].
Luis Garcia-Renart, 'cello, Huguette van Ackere, piano
1 of 3. Shostakovich, Dmitrii Dmitrievich (1906-1975). Sonata for 'Cello and Piano, Op. 40 (1934) [performed by Garcia-Renart, Luis ('cello), Ackere, Huguette van (piano), faculty]. 2 of 3. Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750). Suite No. 2 in D Minor for Violincello solo, BWV 1008 [performed by Garcia-Renart, Luis ('cello), faculty]. 3 of 3. Prokofiev, Sergey (1891-1953). Sonata for 'Cello and Piano, Op. 119 [performed by Garcia-Renart, Luis ('cello), Ackere, Huguette van (piano), faculty].
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MATINEE. Vocal and Instrumental Music. UNDER THE DIRECTION OF PROF. F. L. RITTER.
1 of 12. Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750). Fugue for the Organ [performed by Miss N. G. Sharpe, student]. 2 of 12. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix (1809-1847). Capriccio, op. 22 [performed by Miss L. G. Shaw, Miss C. B. Dow (Second Piano), student]. 3 of 12. Schubert, Franz (1797-1828). The Secret [performed by Miss H. B. O'Leary, student]. 4 of 12. Liszt, Franz (1811-1886). Consolations [performed by Miss. A. N. Shepard, student]. 5 of 12. Schubert, Franz (1797-1828). The Post [performed by Miss C. P. Swift, student]. 6 of 12. Chopin, Frederic (1810-1849). Rondo, op. 16 [performed by Miss S. D. Watson, student]. 7 of 12. Chopin, Frederic (1810-1849). Ballade, op. 38 [performed by Miss A. W. Rumsey, student]. 9 of 12. Ritter, Frederic Louis (1834-1891). Repose of Love, op. 10 [performed by Miss G. E. Bliss, student]. 10 of 12. Hummel, Johann Nepomuk (1778-1837). Concerto, A minor: First movement [performed by Miss L. A. Bliss, Miss M. Hillard (Second Piano), student]. 11 of 12. Handel, George Frideric (1685-1759). "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth" [performed by Miss R. B. Jacobs, student]. 8 of 12. Chopin, Frederic (1810-1849). Two Etudes [performed by Miss C. A. Stevens, student]. 12 of 12. Chopin, Frederic (1810-1849). Concerto, E minor: First movement [performed by Miss C. A. Stevens, student].
Organ Recital Barbara Allen, '73 and Mark Luther, '73
1 of 9. Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750). Christ lag in Todesbanden (From the Orgelbuchlein) [performed by Luther, Mark, '73 (organ), guest]. 2 of 9. Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750). Fantasia and Fugue in G minor [performed by Luther, Mark, '73 (organ), guest]. 3 of 9. Langlais, Jean (1907-1991). Pasticcio (from Livre d'Orgue) [performed by Allen, Barbara, '73 (organ), guest]. 4 of 9. Langlais, Jean (1907-1991). Meditation (from Suite Medievale) [performed by Allen, Barbara, '73 (organ), guest]. 5 of 9. Langlais, Jean (1907-1991). Fantaisie (from Hommage a Frescobaldi) [performed by Allen, Barbara, '73 (organ), guest]. 6 of 9. Franck, Cesar (1822-1890). Cantabile [performed by Luther, Mark, '73 (organ), guest]. 7 of 9. Vierne, Louis (1870-1937). Carillon (from 24 Pieces en style libre) [performed by Luther, Mark, '73 (organ), guest]. 8 of 9. Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750). O Mensch, bewein dein Sunde gross (from the Orgelbuchlein) [performed by Allen, Barbara, '73 (organ), guest]. 9 of 9. Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750). Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor [performed by Allen, Barbara, '73 (organ), guest].
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Recital by Kumari Srividya, dancer (Bharathanatyam), Padmabhushan M. L. Vasanthkumari, singer
3 of 9. Alarippu [performed by Kumari Srividya (dancer) , Padmabhushan M. L. Vasanthkumari (singer), Assisted by: Vanaja Narayanan (nattuvangam), Kumari A. Kanyakumari (violin), Karaikkudi Krishnamoorthy (mridangam), guest]. 1 of 9. Welcome Address [performed by Professor Janet Knapp, faculty]. 2 of 9. Introduction of Artists [performed by A. Nagarajan, guest]. 4 of 9. Varnam [performed by Kumari Srividya (dancer) , Padmabhushan M. L. Vasanthkumari (singer), Assisted by: Vanaja Narayanan (nattuvangam), Kumari A. Kanyakumari (violin), Karaikkudi Krishnamoorthy (mridangam), guest]. 5 of 9. Ashtapadi [performed by Kumari Srividya (dancer) , Padmabhushan M. L. Vasanthkumari (singer), Assisted by: Vanaja Narayanan (nattuvangam), Kumari A. Kanyakumari (violin), Karaikkudi Krishnamoorthy (mridangam), guest]. 6 of 9. Javali [performed by Kumari Srividya (dancer) , Padmabhushan M. L. Vasanthkumari (singer), Assisted by: Vanaja Narayanan (nattuvangam), Kumari A. Kanyakumari (violin), Karaikkudi Krishnamoorthy (mridangam), guest]. 7 of 9. Thillana [performed by Kumari Srividya (dancer) , Padmabhushan M. L. Vasanthkumari (singer), Assisted by: Vanaja Narayanan (nattuvangam), Kumari A. Kanyakumari (violin), Karaikkudi Krishnamoorthy (mridangam), guest]. 8 of 9. Felicitations to Artists [performed by Professor Janet Knapp, faculty; Homi Sarkary, guest]. 9 of 9. Vote of Thanks [performed by Arvand Patel, guest].
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Recital by Walter Trampler (viola), Blanca Uribe (piano)
1 of 4. Schumann, Robert (1810-1856). Marchenbilder, Op. 113 for Piano and Viola [performed by Blanca Uribe (piano), faculty; Walter Trampler (viola), guest]. 2 of 4. Wilson, Richard (b. 1941). Sonata for Viola and Piano (1989) (in four movements) [performed by Blanca Uribe (piano), faculty; Walter Trampler (viola), guest]. 3 of 4. Persichetti, Vincent (1915-1987). Infanta Marina, Op. 83 for Viola and Piano [performed by Blanca Uribe (piano), faculty; Walter Trampler (viola), guest]. 4 of 4. Hindemith, Paul (1895-1963). Sonata for Viola and Piano, Op. 11, No. 4 [performed by Blanca Uribe (piano), faculty; Walter Trampler (viola), guest].
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Soiree Musicale. Miss Bliss, Pianist, Miss Hubbard, Organist, and The New York Philharmonic Club.
1 of 3. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix (1809-1847). Sextett, op. 110, for Piano, Violin, 2 Violas, 'cello and Bass: Allegro vivace, Adagio, Menuetto, Allegro vivace [performed by Miss Bliss (Piano), faculty; New York Philharmonic Club: Richard Arnold (Violin), Sebastian Laendner (Violin), Friedhold Hemmann (Viola), Charles Hemmann (Violoncello), August Kalkhof (Double Bass), guest]. 2 of 3. Dvorak, Antonin (1841-1904). Quintett, op. 77, for 2 Violins, Viola, 'Cello and Bass: Allegro con fuoco, Scherzo, Poco Andante, Allegro assai [performed by The New York Philharmonic Club: Richard Arnold (Violin), Sebastian Laendner (Violin), Friedhold Hemmann (Viola), Charles Hemmann (Violoncello), August Kalkhof (Double Bass), guest]. 3 of 3. Handel, George Frideric (1685-1759). Concerto in B flat major for the Organ: A tempo ordinario, Allegro, Adagio, Allegro ma non presto [performed by Miss Hubbard (Organ), faculty; The New York Philharmonic Club: Richard Arnold (Violin), Eugene Weiner (Flute), Sebastian Laendner (Violin), Friedhold Hemmann (Viola), Charles Hemmann (Violoncello), August Kalkhof (Double Bass), guest].
Student Recital
1 of 11. Dowland, John (1563-1626). Lady Hunsdon's Allemand [performed by Peterson, Karen (guitar), student]. 2 of 11. Dowland, John (1563-1626). Queen Elizabeth's Galliard [performed by Peterson, Karen (guitar), student]. 3 of 11. Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750). Sarabande and Double (from Suite No. 4 for Violin solo, Transcribed for guitar by Alexander Bellow) [performed by Peterson, Karen (guitar), student]. 4 of 11. Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750). In dir ist Freude (from the Orgelbuchlein) [performed by Herbst, Sherry (organ), student]. 5 of 11. Faure, Gabriel (1845-1924). Fantaisie, Op. 79 for Flute and Piano [performed by Laupheimer, Nancy (flute), Neely, Pat (piano), student]. 6 of 11. Byrd, William (1542 or 3-1623). Pavana: The Earle of Salisbury (from Parthenia) [performed by Kassel, Richard (harpsichord), student]. 7 of 11. Byrd, William (1542 or 3-1623). Galiardo (from Parthenia) [performed by Kassel, Richard (harpsichord), student]. 8 of 11. Arne, Thomas Augustine (1710-1778). Gigue (from Sonata No. 6) [performed by Kassel, Richard (harpsichord), student]. 9 of 11. Buxtehude, Dietrich (1637-1707). Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland [performed by Chang, Phyllis (organ), student]. 10 of 11. Teller, Richard (b. 1952). I heard a fly buzz (text of Emily Dickinson) [performed by Droste, Carol (mezzo-soprano), Heaton, Francis (flute), Laeuchli, Catherine ('cello), student]. 11 of 11. Schumann, Robert (1810-1856). Sonata No. 2 in G Minor, Op. 22 [performed by Chlanda, Christopher (piano), student].
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TEST RECORD
1 of 1. Test composer. Test title [performed by Test student (instrument), Another test student (instrument), Test ensemble, student; Test faculty (instrument), Another test faculty (instrument),, faculty; Test guest (singer), Another test guest (conductor), guest] ; Test work note ; test special instrument ; USA Premier.
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The Age of the Baroque: a Symposium
2 of 8. A Baroque Conference: Baroque and Classical in Seventeenth Century French Literature [performed by Henri Peyre, Stering Professor of French, Yale University, guest] ; Firday, March 6, 8:00 PM, Students' Building. 3 of 8. Purcell, Henry (1659-1695. Trialogue on the Nature of the Baroque: Decorum and Allegory in Dynastic Monuments of the Baroque [performed by Rudolf Wittkower, Professor of Art, Columbia University, guest] ; Saturday, March 7, 10:00 AM, Taylor Hall. 1 of 8. Opening of the Symposium: Readings of Baroque Sonnets in Six Tongues: music of G. Gabrieli and Purcell [performed by Brass Ensemble of the U.S. Military Academy Band, Major W.H. Schempf (conductor), guest] ; Friday, March 6, 4:30 PM, The Library. 4 of 8. The Duchess of Newcastle's Visit to the Royal Society. Mad Madge Views the "present undertakings of the ingenious" : Reason and Unreason in Seventeenth Century Science [performed by Henry Guerlac, Professor of History, Cornell University, guest] ; Saturday, March 7, 2:00 PM, Taylor Hall. 5 of 8. Colloquy [performed by George H. Williams, Winn Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Harvard Divinity School; Henri Peyre; Rudolf Wittkower; Henry Guerlac, guest] ; Saturday, March 7, 3:45 PM, The Aula. 6 of 8. Baroque Banquet and Entertainment [performed by Claire Weigt (director of dances), Arthur Satz (director of music), faculty] ; Saturday, March 7, 5:45 PM, Main Dining Room. 7 of 8. Milton, John (1608-1674). The Masque of Comus [performed by Experimental Theatre, student; George Brendan Dowell (director), John Kurten (designer), faculty] ; Saturday, March 7, 8:45 PM, Avery. 8 of 8. Chapel Service: Paradise and Wasteland [performed by Choir, student; George H. Williams, guest] ; Sunday, March 8, 11:00 AM, The Chapel.
Program of events taking place March 6-8 across campus, including concerts, lectures, exhibits
The Composers' Concert
1 of 11. Morgan, Emerson. Evovae [performed by Christien Beeuwkes, Daniel Eccher, Zachary Entwistle, Sarah Hackenberg, Gabriel Jodorkovsky, Annelisse Meyer, Emerson Morgan, Catherine Viscardi, Sasha Zabinski, Brian Grohl (conductor), student]. 2 of 11. Morgan, Emerson. Three Poems by Krista McCann: II. 2 May 1994: tanka; III. 16 November 1992: berceuse [performed by Christien Beeuwkes, Daniel Eccher, Zachary Entwistle, Sarah Hackenberg, Gabriel Jodorkovsky, Annelisse Meyer, Emerson Morgan, Catherine Viscardi, Sasha Zabinski, Brian Grohl (conductor), student]. 3 of 11. Gleason, Andrew. Three Characters in Search of an Exit [performed by Allison Smith (oboe), Anne Bussard (flute), Cathy Delneo (cello), student]. 4 of 11. Hohenberger, Gary. Relate for Violin and Cello [performed by Amy Leffert (cello), Sasha Zabinski (violin), student]. 5 of 11. Hohenberger, Gary. And Finished knowing-then [performed by Andrew Gleason (guitar), Terrence Murren (bass), Elisha Merriam (drums), student]. 6 of 11. Miller, Paul. Prelude and Fugue in Bb minor [performed by Jennifer Zeyack (violin), Paul Miller (viola), Amy Leffert (cello), student]. 7 of 11. Schechter, Naomi. Forgotten [performed by Catherine Viscardi (soprano), Anne Bussard (flute), Sarah Madru (clarinet), student]. 8 of 11. Tait, Matthew. Untitled ; Tape. 9 of 11. Christopherson, James. Duo for Violin and Cello [performed by Sasha Zabinski (violin), Amy Leffert (cello), student]. 10 of 11. Ogden, Ashley. Refuge [performed by Alexandra Scott (guitar), Joseph Bonk (guitar), student]. 11 of 11. Morgan, Emerson. Elegy [performed by Christien Beeuwkes, Matthew Bishop, Deborah Cowan, Daniel Eccher, Zachary Entwistle, Alexis Glick, David Hawkins, Sarah Hackenberg, Danielle Inagaki, Gabriel Jodorkovsky, Jonathan Liu, Annelisse Meyer, Elizabeth Muryneck, Emerson Morgan, Catherine Viscardi, David Ezer (piano), Melissa Healy (flute), Brian Grohl (conductor), student].
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The Concord String Quartet
1 of 14. Rochberg, George (b. 1918). String Quartet No. 3 (1971-72) [performed by Sokol, Mark (violin), Jennings, Andrew (violin), Kochanowski, John (viola), Fischer, Norman ('cello), guest]. 2 of 14. Crumb, George (b. 1929). Black Angels (Thirteen Images from the Dark Land) for Electric String Quartet (1970) 1. (Tutti) Threnody I: Night of the Electric Insects [performed by Sokol, Mark (violin), Jennings, Andrew (violin), Kochanowski, John (viola), Fischer, Norman ('cello), guest]. 3 of 14. Crumb, George (b. 1929). Black Angels (Thirteen Images from the Dark Land) for Electric String Quartet (1970) 2. (Trio) Sounds of Bones and Flutes [performed by Sokol, Mark (violin), Jennings, Andrew (violin), Kochanowski, John (viola), Fischer, Norman ('cello), guest]. 4 of 14. Crumb, George (b. 1929). Black Angels (Thirteen Images from the Dark Land) for Electric String Quartet (1970) 3. (Duo) Lost Bells [performed by Sokol, Mark (violin), Jennings, Andrew (violin), Kochanowski, John (viola), Fischer, Norman ('cello), guest]. 5 of 14. Crumb, George (b. 1929). Black Angels (Thirteen Images from the Dark Land) for Electric String Quartet (1970) 4. (Solo: Cadenza accomagnata) Devil-Music [performed by Sokol, Mark (violin), Jennings, Andrew (violin), Kochanowski, John (viola), Fischer, Norman ('cello), guest]. 6 of 14. Crumb, George (b. 1929). Black Angels (Thirteen Images from the Dark Land) for Electric String Quartet (1970) 5. (Duo) Danse Macabre (Duo alternativo : Dies Irae) [performed by Sokol, Mark (violin), Jennings, Andrew (violin), Kochanowski, John (viola), Fischer, Norman ('cello), guest]. 7 of 14. Crumb, George (b. 1929). Black Angels (Thirteen Images from the Dark Land) for Electric String Quartet (1970) 6. (Trio) Pavana Lachrymae (Der Tod und das Madchen) (Solo obbligato: Insect Sounds) [performed by Sokol, Mark (violin), Jennings, Andrew (violin), Kochanowski, John (viola), Fischer, Norman ('cello), guest]. 8 of 14. Crumb, George (b. 1929). Black Angels (Thirteen Images from the Dark Land) for Electric String Quartet (1970) 7. (Tutti) Threnody II: Black Angels [performed by Sokol, Mark (violin), Jennings, Andrew (violin), Kochanowski, John (viola), Fischer, Norman ('cello), guest]. 9 of 14. Crumb, George (b. 1929). Black Angels (Thirteen Images from the Dark Land) for Electric String Quartet (1970) 8. (Trio) Sarabanda de la Muerta Oscura (Solo obbligato: Insect Sounds) [performed by Sokol, Mark (violin), Jennings, Andrew (violin), Kochanowski, John (viola), Fischer, Norman ('cello), guest]. 10 of 14. Crumb, George (b. 1929). Black Angels (Thirteen Images from the Dark Land) for Electric String Quartet (1970) 9. (Duo) Lost Bells (Echo) (Duo alternativo; Sounds of Bones and Flutes) [performed by Sokol, Mark (violin), Jennings, Andrew (violin), Kochanowski, John (viola), Fischer, Norman ('cello), guest]. 11 of 14. Crumb, George (b. 1929). Black Angels (Thirteen Images from the Dark Land) for Electric String Quartet (1970) 10. (Solo: Aria accompagnata) God-Music [performed by Sokol, Mark (violin), Jennings, Andrew (violin), Kochanowski, John (viola), Fischer, Norman ('cello), guest]. 12 of 14. Crumb, George (b. 1929). Black Angels (Thirteen Images from the Dark Land) for Electric String Quartet (1970) 11. (Duo) Ancient Voices [performed by Sokol, Mark (violin), Jennings, Andrew (violin), Kochanowski, John (viola), Fischer, Norman ('cello), guest]. 13 of 14. Crumb, George (b. 1929). Black Angels (Thirteen Images from the Dark Land) for Electric String Quartet (1970) 12. (Trio) Ancient Voices (Echo) [performed by Sokol, Mark (violin), Jennings, Andrew (violin), Kochanowski, John (viola), Fischer, Norman ('cello), guest]. 14 of 14. Crumb, George (b. 1929). Black Angels (Thirteen Images from the Dark Land) for Electric String Quartet (1970) 13. (Tutti) Threnody III: Night of the Electric Insects [performed by Sokol, Mark (violin), Jennings, Andrew (violin), Kochanowski, John (viola), Fischer, Norman ('cello), guest].
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The String Quartets of Bela Bartok
1 of 3. Bartok, Bela (1881-1945). Quartet No. 2, Op. 17 (1917) [performed by The Juilliard String Quartet: Mann, Robert (violin), Carlyss, Earl (violin), Rhodes, Samuel (viola), Adam, Claus (cello), guest]. 2 of 3. Bartok, Bela (1881-1945). Quartet No. 4 (1928) [performed by The Juilliard String Quartet: Mann, Robert (violin), Carlyss, Earl (violin), Rhodes, Samuel (viola), Adam, Claus (cello), guest]. 3 of 3. Bartok, Bela (1881-1945). Quartet No. 6 (1939) [performed by The Juilliard String Quartet: Mann, Robert (violin), Carlyss, Earl (violin), Rhodes, Samuel (viola), Adam, Claus (cello), guest].
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The String Quartets of Bela Bartok
1 of 3. Bartok, Bela (1881-1945). Quartet No. 1, Op. 7 (1908) [performed by The Juilliard String Quartet: Mann, Robert (violin), Carlyss, Earl (violin), Rhodes, Samuel (viola), Adam, Claus (cello), guest]. 2 of 3. Bartok, Bela (1881-1945). Quartet No. 3, (1927) [performed by The Juilliard String Quartet: Mann, Robert (violin), Carlyss, Earl (violin), Rhodes, Samuel (viola), Adam, Claus (cello), guest]. 3 of 3. Bartok, Bela (1881-1945). Quartet No. 5, (1934) [performed by The Juilliard String Quartet: Mann, Robert (violin), Carlyss, Earl (violin), Rhodes, Samuel (viola), Adam, Claus (cello), guest].
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The Vassar College Orchestra and the McLain Family Band
1 of 3. Rhodes, Phillip. Concerto for Bluegrass Band and Orchestra (1974): Breakdown; Ballad; Variations [performed by Vassar College Orchestra, student; Jeremy Balmuth (conductor), faculty; The McLain Family Band: Raymond K. McLain, Michael K. McLain, Raymond W. McLain, Alice McLain White, Ruth McLain Riopel, Al White, guest]. 2 of 3. Traditional. Back Up and Push [performed by Vassar College Orchestra, student; Jeremy Balmuth (conductor), faculty; The McLain Family Band: Raymond K. McLain, Michael K. McLain, Raymond W. McLain, Alice McLain White, Ruth McLain Riopel, Al White, guest] ; "Tune Traditional. Words by Raymond K. McLain". 3 of 3. McLain, Rosemary. You Sing for Me [performed by Vassar College Orchestra, student; Jeremy Balmuth (conductor), faculty; The McLain Family Band: Raymond K. McLain, Michael K. McLain, Raymond W. McLain, Alice McLain White, Ruth McLain Riopel, Al White, guest].
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Commissioned by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Kentucky Arts Commission.
Vassar College Choir presents Dido and Aeneas by Henry Purcell, libretto by Nahum Tate, Christine Howlett, conductor, Drew Minter, stage director, Faculty and Student Orchestra
1 of 3. Schutz, Heinrich (1585-1672). Jauchzet dem Herren, SWV 36 [performed by Corinne Cotta '16 (soprano), Sarah Johnson '16 (alto), Jonggeol Kim '16 (tenor), Logan Pitts '17 (bass), Vassar College Choir, Jaylin Remensperger '17 (violin), Hayley Rothman '16 (violin), Kylie Prutisto-Chang '16 (violin), Catherine Bellezza '18 (violin), Isabel Morrison '19 (viola), Henry Carroll '16 (bass), student; Christine Howlett (conductor), Drew Minter (stage director), Linda Quan (violin), Marka Young (violin), James Fitzwilliam (harpsichord), faculty; Elizabeth Handman (viola), Susan Seligman (cello), guest]. 2 of 3. Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750). Lobet den Herrn, alle Heiden, BWV 230 [performed by Jaylin Remensperger '17 (violin), Hayley Rothman '16 (violin), Kylie Prutisto-Chang '16 (violin), Catherine Bellezza '18 (violin), Isabel Morrison '19 (viola), Henry Carroll '16 (bass), student; Christine Howlett (conductor), Drew Minter (stage director), Linda Quan (violin), Marka Young (violin), James Fitzwilliam (harpsichord), faculty; Elizabeth Handman (viola), Susan Seligman (cello), guest]. 3 of 3. Purcell, Henry (1659-1695). Dido and Aeneas [performed by Rachel Fuerstman '16 (Dido), Seamus Taylor '17 (Aeneas), Ruby Pierce '16 (Belinda), Elisabeth Boyce-Jacino '18 (Second Woman), Gileann Tan '17 (Sorceress), Alyssa Caplan '16 (First Witch), Camilla Hippee '17 (Second Witch), Daniel Young '17 (Spirit), Joshua Bruce '16 (Sailor), Vassar College Choir, aylin Remensperger '17 (violin), Hayley Rothman '16 (violin), Kylie Prutisto-Chang '16 (violin), Catherine Bellezza '18 (violin), Isabel Morrison '19 (viola), henry Carroll '16 (bass), student; Christine Howlett (conductor), Drew Minter (stage director), Linda Quan (violin), Marka young (violin), James Fitzwilliam (harpsichord), faculty; Elizabeth Handman (viola), Susan Seligman (cello), guest].
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Setting the Scene for Dido, A pre-concert talk with Julie and Frans Muller, 7:00 PM
Vassar College Choral Ensembles, Tour 2012: Sesquicentennial Concert
1 of 19. Tallis, Thomas (ca. 1505-1585). O ye tender babes of England [performed by Vassar College Madrigal Singers, Caitlin Arias '13 (piano), student; Drew Minter (conductor), faculty]. 2 of 19. Sheppard, John (1515-1558). Vaine, vaine [performed by Vassar College Madrigal Singers, Caitlin Arias '13 (piano), student; Drew Minter (conductor), faculty]. 3 of 19. Durufle, Maurice (1902-1986). Ubi caritas [performed by Vassar College Madrigal Singers, Caitlin Arias '13 (piano), student; Drew Minter (conductor), faculty]. 4 of 19. Mealor, Paul (b. 1975). Ubi caritas [performed by Vassar College Madrigal Singers, Caitlin Arias '13 (piano), student; Drew Minter (conductor), faculty]. 5 of 19. Willan, Healey (1880-1968). Rise up, my love [performed by Vassar College Madrigal Singers, Caitlin Arias '13 (piano), student; Drew Minter (conductor), faculty]. 6 of 19. Billings, William (1746-1800). I am the rose of Sharon [performed by Vassar College Madrigal Singers, Caitlin Arias '13 (piano), student; Drew Minter (conductor), faculty]. 7 of 19. Dowland, John (1563-1626). Say Love, if ever thou didst find [performed by Vassar College Madrigal Singers, Caitlin Arias '13 (piano), student; Drew Minter (conductor), faculty]. 8 of 19. Sarum plainsong. Ave Maria [performed by Vassar College Women's Chorus, Caitlin Arias '13 (piano), student; Christine Howlett (conductor), faculty]. 9 of 19. Anon. 14th c. Fr.. Ave Gloriosa/Duce creature [performed by Vassar College Women's Chorus, Caitlin Arias '13 (piano), student; Christine Howlett (conductor), faculty]. 10 of 19. Clarke, Rebecca (1886-1979). Ave Maria [performed by Vassar College Women's Chorus, Caitlin Arias '13 (piano), student; Christine Howlett (conductor), faculty]. 11 of 19. Holst, Imogen (1907-1984). The Virgin Unspotted [performed by Vassar College Women's Chorus, Caitlin Arias '13 (piano), student; Christine Howlett (conductor), faculty]. 12 of 19. Roueche, Michelle (b. 1964). Cantate Domino [performed by Vassar College Women's Chorus, Caitlin Arias '13 (piano), student; Christine Howlett (conductor), faculty]. 13 of 19. Daley, Eleanor (b. 1955). Lake Isle of Innisfree [performed by Vassar College Women's Chorus, Caitlin Arias '13 (piano), student; Christine Howlett (conductor), faculty]. 14 of 19. Copland, Aaron (1900-1990). An Immortality (1900-1990) [performed by Vassar College Women's Chorus, Caitlin Arias '13 (piano), student; Christine Howlett (conductor), faculty]. 15 of 19. Ravel, Maurice (1875-1937). Trois Chansons [performed by Vassar College Choir, Caitlin Arias '13 (piano), student; Christine Howlett (conductor), faculty]. 16 of 19. O'Regan, Tarik (b. 1978). Had I not seen the sun (Two Dickinson Songs) [performed by Vassar College Choir, Caitlin Arias '13 (piano), student; Christine Howlett (conductor), faculty]. 17 of 19. Barber, Samuel (1910-1981). To be sung on the Water [performed by Vassar College Choir, Caitlin Arias '13 (piano), student; Christine Howlett (conductor), faculty]. 18 of 19. O'Regan, Tarik (b. 1978). I had no time to hate (Two Dickinson Songs) [performed by Vassar College Choir, Caitlin Arias '13 (piano), student; Christine Howlett (conductor), faculty]. 18 of 18. Caldwell & Ivory, arr.. John the Revelator [performed by Vassar College Choir, Caitlin Arias '13 (piano), student; Christine Howlett (conductor), faculty].
George C. Marshall Center, Hotel de Tallyrand, Paris
Part of the Vassar College Choral Ensembles tour 2012. Similar programs presented at Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford ( March 5, 1:00 pm), St Andrew Holborn, London (March 7, 1:00 pm), Priory Church of St. Bartholomew the Great, London (March 7, 7:00 pm), UNESCO Secretariat, Paris (March 9, 1:00 pm).
The Honorable and Mrs. David T. Killion, U.S. Ambassador to UNESCO & Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Friscia '78 Trustee/Vassar College - Co-Hosts
Vassar College Madrigal Singers, Vassar College Choir
1 of 5. Faure, Gabriel. Pavane, Op. 50 [performed by Vassar College Madrigal Singers, Vassar College Choir, student; William Appling (conductor), faculty]. 2 of 5. Janacek, Leos (1854-1928). Rikadla (Children's Rhymes) [performed by Marco Granados (flute), Larry Tietze (clarinet), Joanna Schroer (clarinet), Thomas Novak (bassoon), Lester Kantor (bassoon), Susan Powell (bass), Paul Hostetter (percussion), Vassar College Madrigal Singers, student; Todd Crow (piano), William Appling (conductor), faculty]. 4 of 5. Wilson, Richard (b. 1941). Poor Warren: Four Poems by John Ashbery: Frontispiece; Crazy Weather; Just Walking Around; Qualm [performed by Vassar College Madrigal Singers, student; William Appling (conductor), faculty] ; World Premier. 5 of 5. Williams, Ralph Vaughan (1872-1958). Flos Campi [performed by Vassar College Madrigal Singers, Vassar College Choir, student; William Appling (conductor), faculty; Christopher Borg (viola), guest]. 3 of 5. Ashbery, John. Reading by John Ashbery: Frontispiece; Crazy Weather; Just Walking Around; Qualm [performed by John Ashberry (reader), guest].
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Vassar College Musical Events, Fall 1980 [Calendar of Events]
At bottom of calendar: Please note the location of the first two concerts. Skinner Hall is currently undergoing renovations now expected to be completed by October 1. Any changes in the schedule will be announced in the local newspaper.
Vassar College Orchestra: Family Concert
1 of 5. Berlioz, Hector (1803-1869). Roman Carnival Overture, Op. 9 [performed by Vassar College Orchestra, student; Tony Rowe (conductor), faculty]. 2 of 5. Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791). Vorrei spiegarvi oh Dio, K418 [performed by Catherine Viscardi (soprano), Vassar College Orchestra, student; Tony Rowe (conductor), faculty]. 3 of 5. Debussy, Claude (1862-1918). Fetes, from Nocturnes (1900) [performed by Vassar College Orchestra, student; Tony Rowe (conductor), faculty]. 4 of 5. Ravel, Maurice (1875-1937). Piano Concerto in G (1931): 1st Movement: Allegramente [performed by Joseph Cohen (piano), Vassar College Orchestra, student; Tony Rowe (conductor), faculty]. 5 of 5. Offenbach, Jacques (1819-1880). Can-Can, from Orpheus in the Underworld (1858) [performed by Vassar College Orchestra, student; Tony Rowe (conductor), faculty].
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Vespro della Beata Vergine by Claudio Monteverdi presented by the Vassar College Choir, Jameson Marvin, Conductor, and the Lehigh University Glee Club, Robert Cutler, Conductor, and Orchestra with Soloists Bethany Beardslee, Soprano, Jon Humphrey, Tenor,
1 of 13. Monteverdi, Claudio (1567-1643). Vespro della Beata Vergine, I. Deus in adjutorum (Domine ad adjuvandum) [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Marvin, Jameson (conductor), faculty; Lehigh University Glee Club, guest]. 2 of 13. Monteverdi, Claudio (1567-1643). Vespro della Beata Vergine, II. Psalm 109: Dixit Dominus [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Marvin, Jameson (conductor), faculty; Lehigh University Glee Club, guest]. 3 of 13. Monteverdi, Claudio (1567-1643). Vespro della Beata Vergine, III. Concerto: Nigra sum [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Marvin, Jameson (conductor), faculty; Lehigh University Glee Club, guest]. 4 of 13. Monteverdi, Claudio (1567-1643). Vespro della Beata Vergine, IV. Psalm 112: Laudate pueri [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Marvin, Jameson (conductor), faculty; Lehigh University Glee Club, guest]. 5 of 13. Monteverdi, Claudio (1567-1643). Vespro della Beata Vergine, V. Concerto: Pulchra es [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Marvin, Jameson (conductor), faculty; Lehigh University Glee Club, guest]. 6 of 13. Monteverdi, Claudio (1567-1643). Vespro della Beata Vergine, VI. Psalm 121: Laetus sum [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Marvin, Jameson (conductor), faculty; Lehigh University Glee Club, guest]. 7 of 13. Monteverdi, Claudio (1567-1643). Vespro della Beata Vergine, VII. Concerto: Duo Seraphim [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Marvin, Jameson (conductor), faculty; Lehigh University Glee Club, guest]. 8 of 13. Monteverdi, Claudio (1567-1643). Vespro della Beata Vergine, VIII. Psalm 126: Nisi Dominus [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Marvin, Jameson (conductor), faculty; Lehigh University Glee Club, guest]. 9 of 13. Monteverdi, Claudio (1567-1643). Vespro della Beata Vergine, IX. Concerto: Audi coelum [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Marvin, Jameson (conductor), faculty; Lehigh University Glee Club, guest]. 10 of 13. Monteverdi, Claudio (1567-1643). Vespro della Beata Vergine, X. Psalm 147: Lauda Jerusalem [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Marvin, Jameson (conductor), faculty; Lehigh University Glee Club, guest]. 11 of 13. Monteverdi, Claudio (1567-1643). Vespro della Beata Vergine, XI. Sonata sopra "Sancta Maria, ora pro nobis" [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Marvin, Jameson (conductor), faculty; Lehigh University Glee Club, guest]. 12 of 13. Monteverdi, Claudio (1567-1643). Vespro della Beata Vergine, XII. Hymn: Ave maris stella [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Marvin, Jameson (conductor), faculty; Lehigh University Glee Club, guest]. 13 of 13. Monteverdi, Claudio (1567-1643). Vespro della Beata Vergine, XIII. Magnificat (1. Magnificat anima mea, 2. Et exultavit, 3. Quia respexit, 4. Quia fecit mihi magna, 5. Et misericordia, 6. Fecit potentiam, 7. Deposuit potentes de sede, 8. Esurientes implevit bonis, 9. Suscepit Israel, 10. Sicut Locutus est, 11. Gloria Patri, 12. Sicut erat in principio) [performed by Vassar College Choir, student; Marvin, Jameson (conductor), faculty; Lehigh University Glee Club, guest].
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Welcome Concert for the Class of 2014
1 of 6. Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750). Prelude and Fugue in D minor (Dorian) BWV 538 [performed by Gail Archer (organ), faculty]. 2 of 6. Telemann, Georg Philipp (1681-1767). Sonata in f Major TMV 41:F2 [performed by Elisabeth Romano (bassoon), Richard Wilson (Piano), faculty]. 3 of 6. Duparc, Henri (1848-1933). L'Invitation au voyage (1870) [performed by Rachel Rosales (soprano), Todd Crow (Piano), faculty]. 4 of 6. Grechaninov, Aleksandr Tikhonovich (1864-1956). Je t'adore (1911) [performed by Rachel Rosales (soprano), Todd Crow (Piano), faculty]. 5 of 6. Copland, Aaron (1900-1990) - arr. Leonard Bernstein. El Salon Mexico [performed by Todd Crow (piano), Richard Wilson (piano), faculty]. 6 of 6. Britten, Benjamin (1913-1976). From Suite for Harp, op. 83, Hymn (St. Denio) [performed by Bridget Kibbey (harp), faculty] ; information from Program addendum.
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