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Sylvia McNair, soprano
Hal France, piano

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Title Sylvia McNair, soprano
Hal France, piano
Description Henry Purcell (1659-1695)
-"Music for a While"
-"Cupid, the Slyest Rogue Alive"
-"I Attempt from Love's Sickness to Fly"
-"The Blessed Virgin's Expostulation"

Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
Italian Songs (text by Ariette von Coldoni)
-"La pastorella al prato" D. 528
-"Non t'accostar" D. 688, No. 1
-"Guarda che bianca luna" D688, No. 2
-"Da quel sembiante" D688, No. 3
-"Mio ben ricordati" D688, No. 4

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
"Misera, dove son?... Ah! non son io che parlo" K.369

André Previn (1929-2019)
Four Songs on Poems by Toni Morrison
-"Mercy"
-"I Don't Need No Man"
-"In this Soft Place"
-"I am as You See"
Steven Pologe, cello

Claude Debussy (1862-1918)
Ariettes Oubliées
-"C'est l'extase"
-"Il pleure dans mon cœur"
-"L'ombre des arbres"
-"Chevaux de bois"
-"Green"
-"Spleen"

Georges Bizet (1838-1875)
Two Songs
-"La coccinelle" (text by Victor Hugo)
-"Tarantelle" (text by Edouard Pailleron)
Creator South Bay Center for the Arts
Date November 19, 1994

Marsee Auditorium
El Camino College
Torrance, CA

Contributor Sylvia McNair, soprano
Hal France, piano
Frances Steiner, cello
Relation "McNair Versatile in South Bay Show"
by Chris Pasles

Los Angeles Times
November 21, 1994
Type Concert

Files

Los Angeles Times November 21 1994.jpg
South Bay Center for the Arts Nov 19 1994 p.1.jpg
South Bay Center for the Arts Nov 19 1994 p.2.jpg
South Bay Center for the Arts Nov 19 1994 p.3.jpg

Citation

South Bay Center for the Arts, “Sylvia McNair, soprano
Hal France, piano,” Cook Music Library Digital Exhibitions, accessed October 21, 2021, http://collections.libraries.indiana.edu/cookmusiclibrary/items/show/735.