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Date

01 Sep 2019

Time

16:30

DIANA DAMRAU soprano & XAVIER DE MAISTRE harp

Mendelssohn “Auf Flügeln des Gesanges” Op. 34 No. 2 (Heinrich Heine) “Pagenlied” WoO 17 No. 2 (Joseph von Eichendorff)

“Suleika” Op. 34 No. 4 (J.W. von Goethe/Marianne Willemer)

“Der Mond” Op. 86 No. 5 (Emanuel Geibel)

“Des Mädchens Klage” WoO 23 (Friedrich Schiller)

Liszt “Le Rossignol” (The Nightingale) S 250/1 after a song by Alexander Alabiev for harp solo arranged by Henriette Renié (1875-1956)

Enescu Allegro de concert

Rachmaninoff “Siren” (Lilacs) Op. 21 No. 5 (Jekaterina Andrejewna Beketowa)

“Notsch‘ petschal’na” (The Night is sad) Op. 26 No. 12 (Iwan Alexejewitsch Bunin)

“Oni otvečali” (The Answer) Op. 21 No. 4 (Lew Alexandrowitsch Mei)

“Sumerki” (Twilight) Op. 21 No. 3 (words by Jean-Marie Guyot, translated by Ivan Tkhorzhevsky)

“Zdes‘ chorošo” (How Fair this spot) Op. 21 No. 7 (Glafira Adolfowna Galina)

Vladimir Vlasov Bakhchisaraysky fontan (“The Fountain of Bakhchisarai”, words by Alexander Pushkin)

Reynaldo Hahn Fêtes galantes (“Les donneurs de sérénades”, words by Paul Verlaine)

Mai (“Depuis un mois, chère exilée”, words by François Coppée)

Nocturne (“Sur ton sein pâle, mon cœur dort”, words by Jean Lahor)

L’Énamourée (“Ils se disent, ma colombe”, words by Théodore de Banville)

Renié “Légende” after the poem “Les Elfes” by Leconte de Lisle

Poulenc La courte paille FP 178; Seven songs after poems by Maurice Carême (Le sommeil, Quelle aventure !, La reine de cœur, Ba, Be, Bi , Bo, Bu, Les anges musiciens, Le carafon, Lune d’Avril)

Les chemins de l’amour (Jean Anouilh)