Faculty recital by Robert Gartside, tenor with Keith Humble, pianist, March 10, 1970
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This is the concert program of Faculty Recital by Robert Gartside, tenor with Keith Humble, pianist on Tuesday, March 10, 1970 at 8:30 p.m., at the Concert Hall, 855 Commonwealth Avenue. Works performed were Belle Qui Tiens Ma Vie by Anonymous XVI Century, Nicolas Va Voir Jeanne by Anonymous XVII Century, L'amour De Moi by Anonymous XV Century, Say, Love, If Ever Thou Dudst Find by John Dowland, Sorrow, Stay by J. Dowland, Lady, If You So Spite Me by J. Dowland, Ronsard A Son Ame by Maurice Ravel, Deux Epigrammes De Clemet Marot by M. Ravel, Deux Melodies Hebraiques by M. Ravel, Trois Poemes D'Amour De Pierre Albert-Birot by Keith Humble, The Housatonic At Stockbridge by Charles Ives, Two Little Flowers (and dedicated to them) by C. Ives, An Election by C. Ives, In Disen Wintertagen (op. 14) by Arnold Schoenberg, Jane Grey by A. Schoenberg, Mein Wagen Rollet Langsam by Robert Schumann, Geständnis (op. 74) by R. Schumann, and Aufträge (op. 77) by R. Schumann. Digitization for Boston University Concert Programs was supported by the Boston University Humanities Library Endowed Fund.
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