Rackham Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
THE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
FACULTY ARTISTS CONCERT
Sunday Afternoon, March 11, 1984, at 4:00 Rackhara Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Sonata in A-flat major, Op. 49, No. 1................Reger
Allegro affanato Vivace Larghetto Prestissimo assai
JOHN MOHLER, olavinet LYNNE BARTHOLOMEW, -piano
Adelaide.......................... . . Beethoven
Poema en forma de canciones....................Turina
Dedicatoria (piano solo)
Los dos miedos
Las locas por amor
STANLEY CORNETT, tenor MARTIN KATZ, piano INTERMISSION
Sonata in G minor, Op. 19..................Rachmaninoff
Lento, allegro moderato Allegro scherzando Andante Allegro mosso
JEROME JELINEK, cello BENNING DEXTER, piano
Seven Songs..........................?.. Ives
Canon (1894) (Thomas Moore)
The Greatest Man (1921) (Anne Collins)
Down East (1919)
West London (1921) (a sonnet, Matthew Arnold)
Charlie Rutlage (1915) (a cowboy ballad)
Serenity (1919) (John Greenleaf Whittier)
The See'r (1920)
JOAN MORRIS, soprano WILLIAM B0LC0M, piano The performing artists are members of the JJ-M School of Musio faculty.
Thirty-ninth Concert of the 105th Season Special Concert
Adelaide (text by Friedrich Matthisson)
Your friend wanders, lonely, in the springtime garden,
mildly encompassed by the magic light
that trembles through swaying, blossoming branches,
In the mirroring flood, in the snow of the Alps, in the golden clouds of departing day, in starry fields your image shines forth, Adelaide!
Evening breezes whisper in the gentle leaves, silver bells of May sound in the grass, waves murmur and nightingales call: Adelaide!
One day--0 wonder!--on my grave
a flower will spring from the ashes of my heart;
and clearly on every red leaf will shine the name:
Poema en forma de aanoiones (text by R. de Campaomor)
Nunaa olvida (Never forget)
Now in my last hour are we completely alone.
Before I appear before God I say:
All those who hurt me, I forgive;
You whom I love so deeply, I will never forgive.
I always feel close to you, even when we are apart Because your image is always vivid in my mind. I hear your voice when you are silent And I see you without looking at you.
Los dos miedos (The two fears)
In the night you suddenly pulled out of my embrace.
I asked you why and you said, "Because I am afraid to be with you."
As the dawn was breaking you came close to me again and said-
"I am afraid to be without you."
Las looas por amor (Crazy for love)
"I have loved you for a long time, oh Goddess Venus, but with reserved passion." She answered, "Like all women, I prefer a passionate love affair, Even if it is short lived."