Monday, 21 January 2013

Dorothy Ferrier and Dorothy Worthington return to Glenorchy Church for a Burns celebration Wednesday 23 January

Dorothy Ferrier & Dorothy Worthington
(see 23 Nov 2011)



Cominʼ throʼ the rye
(words by Burns)  old Scottish melody

Ye banks and braes
(words by Burns)  arr. Roger Quilter

The brisk young widow
(words anon.)  arr. Nicholas Marshall

Down by the sally gardens
(poem, W. B.Yeats)  arr. Herbert Hughes

She moved thro' the fair
(old ballad)  arr. Herbert Hughes

The man in the mune
(poem, Maurice Lindsay) Theodore Musgrave

Greenfinch and linnet bird from “Sweeney Todd”
Stephen Sondheim

Lorelei from “Pardon my English”
George  and  Ira  Gershwin

Song of a nightclub proprietress
(poem, John Betjeman)  Madeleine Dring

Tell me the truth about love
(poem, WH Auden)  Benjamin Britten

Old Sir Faulk
(poem, Edith Sitwell)  William Walton

and to send you on your way...
Song to the seals
(poem Harold Boulton)  Granville Bantock

Glenorchy Lunchtime Series
Glenorchy Church Exmouth
Wednesday 23 January 12.30pm
mezzo soprano: Dorothy Ferrier
pianist: Dorothy Worthington
- a concert for Burns' Night:
"Comin' Thro' the Rye"
(Robert Burns 1782 q.v.)
Ballads, Cabaret
& Songs from Musicals
Admission: FREE

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