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Performance on 3


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A recital given in the Wigmore Hall, London, by exciting young mezzo
Angelika Kirchschlager and pianist Helmut Deutsch. Schubert Lambertine ; Gretchen am Spinnrade; Vom Mitleiben Maria ;
Klarchenslied in derNacht; Delphine Schumann Frauenliebeund-leben
8.10 Twenty Minutes: Ruskin In his later work John Ruskin became social critic and reformer. Clive Wilmer selects excerpts from Ruskin's later writing, illustrating his new role as the scourge of capitalism.
8.30 Alma Mahler Die Stille Nacht; In Meines Vaters Garten;
Laue Sommernacht ; Bei Dir 1st Es Traut; Ich WandleunterBlumen
Berg Schlafen , Schlafen; Schlafend Tragt Man Mich in Mein Heimatland; Nun Ich der Riesen Starksten uberwand; Warm die Lufte(VierLieder, Op 2)
Mahler Fruhlingsmorgen; Erinnerung; Hans und Grete;Zu Strassburgaufder
Schanz; Ablosung im Sommer; Aus! Aus!


Unknown: Angelika Kirchschlager
Pianist: Helmut Deutsch.
Pianist: Schubert Lambertine
Unknown: Vom Mitleiben Maria
Unknown: Delphine Schumann
Unknown: John Ruskin
Unknown: Clive Wilmer
Unknown: Laue Sommernacht
Unknown: Ich Wandleunterblumen
Unknown: Berg Schlafen
Unknown: Riesen Starksten
Unknown: Zu Strassburgaufder

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