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7.4.09

Ian Bostridge at Shriver Hall

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Read my review in the Style section of the Washington Post today:

Charles T. Downey, Tenor Brings Schubert to Life
Washington Post, April 7, 2009

Ian Bostridge (tenor) and Julius Drake (piano)
Shriver Hall (Baltimore, Md.)

Program (all songs by Schubert):
Im Frühling, D.882 | Über Wildemann, D.884 | Der liebliche Stern, D.861 | Tiefes Leid, D.876 | Auf der Bruck, D.853 | Aus "Heliopolis" I, D.753 | Aus "Heliopolis" II, D.754 | Abendbilder, D.650 | Ins stille Land, D.403 | Totengräbers Heimweh, D.842 | Auf der Riesenkoppe, D.611 | Sei mir gegrüsst, D.741 | Dass sie hier gewesen, D.775 | Die Forelle, D.550 | Des Fischers Liebesglück, D.933 | Fischerweise, D.881 | Atys, D.585 | Nachtviolen, D.752 | Geheimnis (An Franz Schubert), D.491 | Im Walde (Waldesnacht), D.708

Encores:
Normans Gesang, D.846 | An die Laute, D.905

Ian Bostridge, tenorIan Bostridge is on the board of the new British conservative intellectual magazine Standpoint and writes a (mostly) monthly column for it on music. If you want to catch up on the columns you missed, follow these links:



Schubert, Winterreise, Ian Bostridge, Julius Drake, dir. David Alden

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