Sypert Summer Concert 2013

Date: 
Sunday, July 7, 2013
Time: 
7.30 pm
Season/No: 
2013, third concert

Third in a series of three concerts in the 2013 Sypert Summer Concert Series
'The Path to Heav'n above' - sacred chamber music by Purcell and contemporaries

Participant(s): 

The Marian Consort
Emma Walshe and Gwendolen Martin - soprano
Rory McCleery - countertenor and director
Nick Pritchard - tenor
Christopher Borrett - bass
Liam Byrne - bass viol
Jadran Duncumb - archlute
Masumi Yamamoto - harpsichord and organ

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 

Programme

Jehova, quam multi sunt hostes mei ... Henry Purcell (1659-1695)

How long great God, how long ... Henry Purcell

Help, Father Abraham, help ... John Blow (1648/9-1708)

Suite in C major (from 'Melothesia') ... Matthew Locke (c.1621-1677)
  Prelude - Alman - Corant - Saraband - Jig

O bone Jesu ... William Child (1606/7-1697)

O that mine eyes would melt into a flood ... John Blow

The earth trembled ... Henry Purcell

Salvator Mundi ... John Blow

INTERVAL

Wilt thou forgive that sin (A Hymne to God the Father) ... Pelham Humfrey (c. 1647-1674)

Tell me, some pitying Angel tell (The Blessed Virgin's Expostulation) ... Henry Purcell

How doth the city sit solitary ... Matthew Locke 

Divisions in F ... Francis Withy (c.1645-1727)

Close thine eyes, and sleep secure ... Henry Purcell

Now, that the Sun hath veil'd his light (An Evening Hymn) ... Henry Purcell

Gloria Patri, qui creavit nos ... John Blow

...............

Instrument / Organ Specification: 
Group/Ensemble: 
Programme: 
8-page white A4 folded (with teal header)
Programme Notes: 

Programme notes by R. McCleery

Ticket and/or Programme Price(s): 
Tickets £14 (senior citizens £10, students/unemployed £5) Available on the door or from the Queen's Hall Box Office, 0131 668 2019
Printer(s): 
Reid School of Music
Notes: 

Paragraph about the Barton harpsichord by Dr Darryl Martin, University of Edinburgh Curator, EUCHMI (see above)
The Sypert Summer Concert Series is generously supported by Dr George and Dr Joy Sypert.
Thanks also to the Friends of St Cecilia's Hall.