SEPTEMBER 2017

Wednesday 6 . . . 1.15pm
Midweek Lunchtime Recital
"The Rose, and other flowers in 19th and 20th century Romantic Song."
Yvonne D'Arcy (Soprano) & Christine Tilley (Piano)

All the songs are about flowers.
There are songs in English, French and German by composers such as Mendelssohn, Strauss, Faure, Chausson and Frank Bridge and includes piano solos by Lindley Evans and Frank Bridge.
Admission by donation

NB: This program was deferred from Wednesday 9 September
Friday 15 . . . 10.30am
M&L Concert
The Highlands Sinfonia
Admission $20 (concert) $25 (concert & lunch)
Program:
Organ Concerto "The Cuckoo & The Nightingale" . . . G F Handel
(soloist: Allan Beavis)
"Danse Villageoise" from Suite Pastorale . . . Emmanuel Chabrier
Allegretto from Symphony No.7 . . . Ludwig van Beethoven
Czech Suite . . . Antonin Dvorak
Preludium; Polka; Minuetto; Romance; Finale.



Saturday 16 . . . 5.00pm
Selby & Friends
Admission: see Selby & Friends website


Sunday 17 . . . 3.00pm
Evensong
St Jude’s Singers
Preces & Responses: Thomas Ebdon (1738-1811)
Psalm 98 (chant: Thomas Attwood Walmisley (1814-1856))
Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis in B minor . . . T Tertius Noble (1867-1953)
: "Evening Hymn" . . . H Balfour Gardiner (1877-1950)
Jubilate Deo . . . John Ireland (1879-1962)



Wednesday 20 . . . 1.15pm
Midweek Lunchtime Recital
David Allen (Tenor)
Lisa Kawai (Accompanist)
Program:
Der Engel from the Wesendonck Lieder . . . Richard Wagner
Traum durch die Dammerung . . . Richard Strauss ((Otto Julius Bierbaum)
Morgen! . . . Richard Strauss (John Henry Mackay)
Zueignung . . . Richard Strauss (Hermann von Gilm)
Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal
. . . Roger Quilter (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
Drooping Wings . . . Roger Quilter (Edith Sterling-Levis)
Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes . . . Trad. Arr. Roger Quilter
- Air by Colonel Mellish (1777-1817) (Ben Johnson)
Silent Noon . . . Ralph Vaughan Williams (D G Rossetti)

Admission by Donation.




Sunday 24 . . . 2.30pm
Spring Concert
Judy Rough (Soprano)
John Martin (Piano)


Program:
Songs inspired by Spring featuring works by Australian composers Horace Keats, Miriam Hyde, John Villaume, John Martin and David Basden.
Spring's on the Way . . . May Brahe (lyrics Jean Crichton)
Fruhlingslaube . . . Franz Schubert (lyrics J L Uhland)
Au Printemps . . . Charles Gounod (lyrics J Barbier)
In Spring . . . Roger Quilter (lyrics Ernest Dowson)
Voici Que Le Printemps . . .  Claude Debussy (lyrics P Bourget)
It Was a Lover and His Lass . . . Roger Quilter (lyrics William Shakespeare)
Varen . . . Edvard Grieg (lyrics A O Vinje)
Spring Sorrow . . . John Ireland (lyrics Rupert Brooke)
Spring Breezes . . . Horace Keats (lyrics Christopher Brennan)
Sun After Rain . . .  Horace Keats (lyrics Hugh McCrae)
Before the Spring . . . Miriam Hyde (lyrics Miriam Hyde)
Laughter . . . Miriam Hyde (lyrics Hilda Hammond-Spencer)
O Mistress Mine . . . John Martin (lyrics William Shakespeare)
Sigh No More . . . John Martin (lyrics William Shakespeare)
A Lover and His Lass . . . John Martin (lyrics William Shakespeare)
By the Moongate . . . John Villaume (lyrics Ernest Briggs)
Brown Bird . . . John Villaume (lyrics Judith Wright)
Nature's Requiem . . . John Villaume (lyrics Christina Rossetti)
Spring Mirth . . . John Villaume (lyrics Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
The Owl and the Pussycat . . . David Basden (lyrics Edward Lear)
Sleep Little Baby Sleep . . . David Basden (lyrics Christina Rossetti)
The Winged One . . . John Villaume (lyrics James Stephens)
Spring in my Heart . . . Johann Strauss (lyrics Ralph Freed)