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Richardson Chamber Players

When

Sunday, November 24, 2024, 3:00 PM

Where

Richardson Auditorium, Alexander Hall

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Richardson Chamber Players

About the Event

Our resident ensemble of Princeton University performance faculty and talented students presents a Sunday-afternoon program of songs with and without words written by female composers on both sides of the Atlantic.  Songs for mezzo-soprano and piano by prolific lieder composer Josephine Lang and for mezzo-soprano and mixed chamber ensemble by Dame Ethel Smyth bookend the program, with works for string quartet, solo piano, and flute, viola, and harp, that reference American, Jamaican, and European song and poetry in between.

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Program

  • Josephine Lang

    “Die Schwalben” and “Mignon’s Klange” from Sechs Lieder Op. 10 for Mezzo-Soprano and Piano
    “Scheideblick” Op. 26, No. 3 Mezzo Soprano and Piano

  • Hilary Tann

    From the Song of Amergin (1995) for Flute, Viola, and Harp

  • Florence Price

    Five Folksongs in Counterpoint for String Quartet

  • Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel

    Songs Without Words, Op. 8 for Piano

  • Eleanor Alberga

    Remember (2000) for String Quartet

  • Ethel Smyth

    Four Songs for Mezzo Soprano and Chamber Ensemble


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