Fire & Wind Daquin; Le Coucou/Les vents en courroux Couperin; Les petites moulins à vent Rameau; Le Rappel des Oiseaux Janacek: In the mists Beethoven: Piano Sonata Op. 31-2 “Tempest” Debussy; Preludes Stravinsky; Firebird
Beethoven; 5 variations on « Rule Britannia » in D major WoO79 Morton Feldman; Last pieces (1959) John Cage; 7 haiku (1952) Beethoven 9 variations on march by E.Chr.Dressler in C minor, WoO63 George Crumb Work to be determined Beethoven; 12 variations on Menuett à la Vigano « Le Nozze disturbate » b John Cage; In a landscape (1948) Beethoven; 7 variations on « God save the king »
Schumann Etudes in form of variation on a Beethoven theme Webern Variations op.27 Schoenberg 6 kleine Klavierstücke op.19 Schumann Geister-variationen Beethoven;
7 variations on Kind willst du WoO 75 in F major 9 variations on Paisiello WoO 69 in A major 6 variations on a Swiss song WoO 64 in F major 6 variations on Paisiello WoO70 in F G major 8 variations on Tändeln WoO76 in F major
Straus arr. Kreisler; Preghiera Dvořák arr. Kreisler; Songs My Mother Taught Me Heuberger arr. Kreisler; Midnight Bells Clara Schumann Three Romances, Op. 22 Richard Strauss; Violin Sonata in E flat major, Op. 18
Tatty Theo - baroque cello Carolyn Gibley - harpsichord
Handel; Cello Sonata in G major Handel; Sarabande from Suite in G minor HMV 432 Giacobbe Cervetto; Cello Sonata in A minor Op 2 No 5 Francesco Geminiani; Prelude from Pieces de Clavecin in D Major Handel; Cello sonata in D minor Handel; Lascia ch’io pianga Francesco Geminiani; Cello Sonata in C major Op 5/3
In this concert David Owen Norris investigates how Elgar created his greatest ideas at the piano, reconstructing the recorded improvisations by ear; and he explains what Elgar meant when he said: ‘I scramble through things orchestrally in a way that would madden with envy all existing pianists’. With performances of Elgar’s own arrangements of The Dream of Gerontius, the first inkling of the Cello Concerto, a bit of Pomp & Circumstance, and of course the great Concert Allegro.
A musical evening with Louis de Bernieres and Selina Hawker (soprano & violin).
Louis is not only an author and story teller but also singer and poetic composer of melancholy songs with catchy choruses – hopefully (but not a certainty) with soprano, violinist Selina Hawker. Louis not surprisingly makes his own mandolins.
Daniel Pioro – violin Clare O'Connell – cello Stuart King – clarinet Helen Sharp - harp
Britten - Suite No.3 for cello Op.87 Introduzione – Marcia - canto Heinrich Biber - Passacaglia (The Guardian Angel) Britten - Suite for harp Op.83 Nocturne –Toccata – Hymn Gabriel Jackson - Eurydice Dufay – Ave Maris Stelis Britten - ‘Les Illuminations’ – Depart