you arrive and the city is at your feet:
Coates: London Calling
Langford: London Miniatures: No. 1: London Calls
Coates: London Suite, “London Everyday”: III. Knightsbridge: March
Elgar: 5 Military Marches, Op. 39, “Pomp and Circumstance”:
No. 1 in D Major, “Land of Hope and Glory”
Time to slow down?
Britten: Songs and Proverbs of William Blake, Op. 74: I. Proverb I: The Pride of the Peacock… , II. London
Ireland: London Pieces: I. Chelsea Reach
perhaps a concert or a show?
Sondheim: Sweeney Todd: Act I: No Place Like London
Haydn: Symphony No. 104 in D Major, Hob.I:104, “London”: IV. Finale: Spirituoso
Weill: Three-Penny Opera: Act I: Liebeslied (Love Song): Siehst du den Mond uber Soho?
Norman: Dr. No: The James Bond Theme
And to check that you saw everything and did it all….
- Destination Brazil Brazil and its main city, Rio de Janeiro, came to life for many people
- Destination Rome The city of Rome is a city of ancient forums and modern traffic
- Destination Cairo One side of the river are the modern buildings of today
- Destination Dublin We associate Dublin, and, perhaps, all of Ireland with folk music.
Lieder ohne Worte III
Composer’s Fancy and Player’s Delight From piano works to chamber music repertoire
- Exotic Dancing with Jean Françaix Huit Danses exotiques from the South American region
Gabriel Fauré (1845-1924)
“I’m Not in the Habit of Attracting Crowds” Song cycles composed by the “greatest master of French song”
Lieder ohne Worte II
Composer’s Fancy and Player’s Delight Enjoy more lieder by Fanny Mendelssohn, Gounod and more