Song Literature IV-20th Century Music Class Recital, April 23, 1993
School of Music, Boston University
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This is the concert program of the Song Literature IV-20th Century Music Class Recital on Friday, April 23, 1993 at 6:00 p.m., at the Concert Hall, 855 Commonwealth Avenue. Works performed were "Love, Love, Love" from "Private Collection" by John Weinzwieg, The Sleeper by George Crumb, "Where the Bee Sucks" from "Songs for Ariel" by Michael Tippett, "Chanson d'Orkenise" from "Banalités" by Francis Poulenc, Circus Band by Charles Ives, "So-Fei Gathering Flowers" from "5 Poems of Ancient China and Japan" by Charles Griffes, "An Incident" from "War Scenes" by Ned Rorem, Sleep and Spring from "Six Elizabethan Songs" by Dominick Argento, "Je garde une medaille d'elle" from "Clairières dans le Ciel" by Lili Boulanger, "Let No Charitable Hope" from "Women's Voices" by N. Rorem, Excerpt from "Aria" by John Cage, "A Silken Cradle" from "Opal's Diary" by Gary Smart, Aria from "Chanticleer" by Seymour Barab, My Poems from "Six Poems of Marina Tsvelayeva" by Dmitri Shostakovich, Excerpts from "Sequenza III" by Luciano Berio, Chere, mo lemmé toi, Fais do do, and Dansé conni conné from "Creole Folk Songs" by Camille Nickerson, Love Song and Song for Fine Weather from "Songs of the Haida Indians" by Jean Coulthard, "On Parting" from "Three Poems of Theodore Ramsay" by Thomas Pasatien, Letters Found Near a Suicide by Earl Kim, and "Let The Florid Music Praise!" from "On This Island" by Benjamin Britten. Digitization for Boston University Concert Programs was supported by the Boston University Humanities Library Endowed Fund.
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