Thursday, 3 August 2017

Nicola Howard & Patrick Taylor: 20th Century Songs - Live on Soundart Radio "Classical Journey Redux" Friday 4 August - AND - Coffee Concert with Val Howels at St Mary's Church Totnes Saturday 5 August 2017

Nicola Howard
Soundart Radio 9.00-10.30am Friday 4 August
St Mary's Church Totnes 10.30-12.00am Saturday 5 August
On Friday 4 July, Soundart Radio's "Classical Journey Redux" welcomes Nicola Howard and Patrick Taylor to Studio 4 of Dartington Space for a live performance of memorable songs of the twentieth century. The programme starts at 9am, when Patrick will set up his piano in the studio, ready for a live on-air concert.

Below is a list of numbers Nicola has sent in, in advance of the show. We can hear some tomorrow morning on the programme - and a more classical/romantic recital (with Nicola Howard AND Val Howels) will be performed at St Mary's Church on Saturday morning (5 August) at the regular 'Friends of St Mary's' Coffee Concert. Coffee/tea and cakes at 10.30am. Music at 11am. (Details in the poster below.)

Songs for "Classical Journey Redux" Friday 4 August:

Hilaire Belloc/Peter Warlock: "My Own Country"
                       (3 Belloc Songs 1927)

Hilaire Belloc/Graham Peel: "The Early Morning"
                      (The Country Lover 1910)

Alfred Lord Tennyson/Frank Bridge:
                      "Go Not Happy Day" (1903)

Victor Hugo/François Coppée/Reynaldo Hahn: 
                (20 Mélodies, 1er recueil 1888/89)
                      1. "Rêverie" - 3. "Mai"

Jacques Demy/Michel Legrand: "I Will Wait for You"
        ("Je ne pourrai jamais vivre sans toi"
               Les Parapluies de Cherbourg, 1964
                  English Lyrics: Norman Gimbel 1966)

Alan & Marilyn Bergman/Michel Legrand:
                "Papa, Can You Hear Me" (Yentl 1983)
                             
Cole Porter: "My Heart Belongs to Daddy"
                         (Leave It to Me! 1938)

Richard Adler and Jerry Ross: "Whatever Lola Wants"
                         (Damn Yankees 1955)

Herbert Kretzmer/Charles Aznavour: "She"
          (7 Faces of Woman - British TV 1974)

Randy Crawford: "Almaz" (Diamond 1986)

Ray Davies: "Sunny Afternoon" (The Kinks 1966)

Jimmy Cox: "Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out" (1923)

Shelton Brooks: "Some Of These Days" (1910)