Studio Recital, Joy McIntyre, November 20, 1992
School of Music, Boston University
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This is the concert program of the Studio Recital, Joy McIntyre performance on Friday, November 20, 1992 at 12:00 p.m., at the Concert Hall, 855 Commonwealth Avenue. Works performed were I Was Lonely and Forlorn by Benjamin Britten, Star Vicino by B. Britten, Wende Dich by Carl Phillipp Emanuel Bach, If Music Be the Food of Love by Henry Purcell, "Habanera" from "Carmen" by Georges Bizet, Jeune Fillette by J. B. Werkerlin, Demanten på marasnön by Jean Sibelius, Leave Me Loathsome Light by George Frideric Handel, "Hat man nicht auch Gold daneben" from "Fidelio" by Ludwig van Beethoven, Le papillon et la fleur by Gabriel Fauré, Die Zufriedenheit by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, "Quae Moerebat" from Stabat Mater by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Thou Didst Not Leave His Soul in Hell by George Frideric Handel, Sento Nel Core by Alessandro Scarlatti, Come Again, Sweet Love by Jown Dowland, Ganymed by Franz Schubert, The Maiden Blush by Roger Quilter, Nacht und Träume by F. Schubert, The Singer by Michael Head, Toglietimi by A. Scarlatti, Habanera by G. Bizet, Adieu by G. Fauré, Benedictus by Johann Sebastian Bach, Ah! Lève-toi by Charles Gounod, Chanson Triste by Henri Duparc, and "Il est doux" from Herodiade by Jules Massenet. Digitization for Boston University Concert Programs was supported by the Boston University Humanities Library Endowed Fund.
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