Humanities Cultural Programme Live Event: Till it has loved - American Art Song in Recital | University of Oxford

Humanities Cultural Programme Live Event: Till it has loved - American Art Song in Recital

Event date
Event time
17:00 - 18:00
Venue
The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities - Live Streamed Concert
Online
Event type
Lectures and seminars
Event cost
Free
Disabled access?
Yes
Booking required
Not required

TORCH Goes Digital! presents a series of weekly live events: Big Tent - Live Events!

Till it has loved - American Art Song in Recital

Watch the event here.

Live Online Event with Nadine Benjamin and Nicole Panizza

Programme:

Luigi Zaninelli

Seven Epigrams of Emily Dickinson (2003) - 12.15 mins

1. Had I pleasure you had not

2. Who knows where our hearts go

3. I trust this sweet May Morning

4. We wouldn't mind the sun dear

5. I am studying music now

6. Till it has loved

7. You might not know I remembered you

Lori Laitman

Early Snow: Three Poems of Mary Oliver (2003) - 10 mins

1. Last Night the Rain Spoke to me

2. Blue Iris

3. Early Snow

Samuel Barber - Op.13 - 6 mins

3. Sure on this Shining Night (James Agee) (1938)

4. Nocturne (Frederic Prokosch) (1941)

3 Songs by Black American composers - c. 9 mins

1. Love Let The Wind Cry (Undine S. Moore/Sappho - 1977) - 3.9 mins

2. Night (Florence B. Price/ Louise C. Wallace - 1946) - 2.05 mins

3. For You There Is no Song (H. Leslie Adams/ Edna St. Vincent Millay - 1977) - 3 mins

Sylvia Glickman

Black Cake A Recipe by Emily Dickinson (1976) - 6 mins

Part of the Humanities Cultural Programme, one of the founding stones for the future Stephen A. Schwarzman Centre for the Humanities.