Ariose

Fall, 2002: She, He, and They: A concert of musical relationships


Songs throughout the ages celebrating and debating the marriage of opposites

Temple Beth El

Saturday, December 7, 2002

8 p.m.

$12 or $8 seniors/students

Tickets are available at Streetlight Records, Santa Cruz, or at the door.



PROGRAM


Funny, passionate, angry, and loving songs from Renaissance to modern. Monteverdi, Caimo, Brahms, Nicholas Maw, Lou Harrison. [View the full program in PDF format.]

Part 1: He and She

I. She was a visitor (1967) Robert Ashley (b. 1930)

II. Songs by Johannes Brahms (1833-96)

Rosmarin
Der bucklichte Fiedler
Der Falke

III. Renaissance portraits

Cantate Ninfe, Luca Marenzio (1553 or 54-1599)
Ung pouvre aymant, Gabriel Coste (fl. 1538-43)
Good Morrow, Fair Ladies of the May, Thomas Morley (1557 or 58-1602)
Il est bel et bon, Pierre Passereau (fl. 1509-47)
Say Love, John Dowland (1563-1626)

IV. Works by Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643)

Svogava con le stelle
Hor che'l ciel
INTERMISSION

Part 2: They

V. Dying for you: Songs (in questionable taste) from the 16th century

Lucilla, io vo morire, Orazio Vecchi (1550-1605)
Tirsi morir volea, Gioseppe Caimo (ca.1545-1584)
Gaultier rancontra Janeton, Jean Guyon (1592-1663)
Dialogo for 8 voices, Caimo

VI. Three Songs (1985) Lou Harrison (b. 1917)

No. 1: David's Lament for Jonathan (Samuel II, 1:26)
No. 3: When I heard at the close of day

VII. Songs by Johannes Brahms (1833-96)

Es geht ein Wehen
All meine Herzgedanken

VIII. Songs from our time

Jig, Nicholas Maw (b. 1935)
The Coolin (the fair-haired one; James Stephens), Samuel Barber (1910-1981)
Haj, ifjuság! (O Youth), György Ligeti (b. 1923)


Ariose Personnel

Leta Miller, director


Jaeleen Bennis
Joshua Bongers
Kathy Caton
Jas Cluff
Rosella Crawford-Bathurst
Svetlana Kagan
Dan Landry
Joan Lowden
Harry Mack
Michael McGushin
Alan Miller
Patrick North
Meri Pezzoni
Ruth Schmitz
Maria Stolz
Michael Vojvoda
Susana Wessling



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