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|Summertime||George Gershwin (1898-1937)|
|If Music Be the Food of Love||Henry Purcell (1659-95)|
|Twas within a Furlong of Edinborough Town||Henry Purcell|
|Villanelle Hector||Berlioz (1803-69)|
|Claire de Lune||Gabriel Fauré (1845-1924)|
|Chanson Triste||Henri Duparc (1848-1933)|
|Sure on this Shining Night||Samuel Barber (1910-81)|
|In the Silence of the Night||Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943)|
|Valse d’Amélie and Comptine d’un Autre Été: l’Après- midi||Yann Tiersen (b.1970)|
|In the Beginning||Jake Heggie (b.1961)|
|The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face||Ewan McColl (1915-89) arr. Diane Haslam|
|L’Amour est un Oiseau Rebelle||George Bizet (1838-75)|
|Nina||Noel Coward (1899-1973)|
|I’ll be Seeing You||Sammy Fain (1902-89)|
Sundays At Four Presents:
As Time Goes By: A Harvest Celebration of Song
Kevin Pollock, Piano; Ruth Berry, Cello
Sunday, October 13, 2013, 4:00 pm
Lutheran Church By The Lake: 100 Twelve Oaks Drive and Hwy 378
Savannah Lakes Village, McCormick, SC 29835
Free Reception on location immediately following the performance
For more information contact: 864-391-8022
As Time Goes By is a program that celebrates the importance of music in the cycles of our lives. Lyric Intermezzo (Diane Haslam, mezzo-soprano, Kelly Odell, oboe, Kevin Pollock, Piano; Ruth Berry, Cello) will perform unique arrangements of popular classics, contemporary standards, and creative settings of unforgettable music from stage and screen.
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The classy concert tradition continues!
Sunday, December 2, 2012, 4:00 pm at Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church in Augusta, GA. A reception will follow the performance.
- The Lyra Vivace Chamber Orchestra: opening the concert with their new rendition of J.S. Bach Sleeper’s Awake
- The Augusta Opera Chorus: featured in O Holy Night and selections by Handel and Britten
- Great Vocal Soloists Melissa Larkin, Diane Haslam, Jamison Walker and Isaac Holmes: selections include famous Duets from Lakme and the Pearlfishers, along with Ave Maria, and other traditional holiday songs
- Richard E. Cook: conductor