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Thank you to everyone who supported our concerts in 2021, and especially St Mary’s, Bibury and St Nicholas, Dersingham who hosted us. We plan to release the dates and locations for our 2022 concerts towards the end of 2021.

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MUSIC AT MINCHINHAMPTON

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thomas Hardy : Wessex Love Songs
James Girling guitar
Lotte Betts-Dean soprano

Performance time:
6.30pm
There will be a pre-concert talk at 6pm. Further details will be available shortly.

Programme:
JOHN DOWLAND (1563 – c.1626), Come Again, Sweet Love Doth Now Invite (1597)
ROBIN MILFORD (1903 – 1959), If it’s Ever Spring Again (1934)
GERALD FINZI (1901 – 1956), It Never Looks Like Summer (1956)
IMOGEN HOLST (1907 – 1984), Weathers (1926)
IVOR GURNEY (1890 – 1937), In the Black Winter Morning (1924)
JOHN DOWLAND, Praeludium, P.98 and Fantasia No. 7 (1610)
ARTHUR KEEGAN-BOLE (b. 1986), Elegies for Emma (poems of 1912-14) (2022)

—– Interval —–

BETTY ROE (b. 1930), Beeny Cliff (2001)
TRAD., arranged BENJAMIN BRITTEN, I Will Give My Love an Apple (1961)
BENJAMIN BRITTEN (1913 – 1976), At the Railway Station, Upway (1953)
ETHEL H. H. RICHARDSON (1870 – 1946), Regret Me Not (1943)
ARNOLD BAX (1883 – 1953), The Market Girl (1922)
KERRY ANDREW (b. 1978), The Echo Elf Answers (2022)
HENRY PURCELL (c. 1659 – 1695), An Evening Hymn (1688)
TRAD., arranged CECIL SHARP (1859 – 1924), The Nightingale (1917)

This programme was devised and curated by Arthur Keegan-Bole.

Event Detailsxxx
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27. 05. 2022.
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Holy Trinity, Minchinhampton GL6 9BP
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