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Sylvia McNair
in her U.K. recital debut

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Title Sylvia McNair
in her U.K. recital debut
Description Henry Purcell (1659-1695)
-"Sweeter than Roses"
-"Knotting Song"
-"The Blessed Virgin's Expostulation"

Hugo Wolf (1860-1903)
Mörike Lieder
-"Schlafendes Jesuskind"
-"Auf einer Wanderung"
-"Das verlassene Mägdelein"
-"Nixe Binsefuss"
-"Nimmersatte Liebe"
-"Er ists's"

Richard Strauss (1792-1868)
Drei Ophelia Lieder, from Shakespeare's Hamlet, Op. 67
-"Wie erkenn' ich mein Treulieb?"
-"Guten Morgen, 's ist Sankt Valentinstag"
-"Sie trugen ihn auf der Bahre bloss"

Three Songs
-"Einerlei," Op. 69, No. 3
-"Die Nacht," Op. 10, No. 3
-"Hat gesagt," Op. 36, No.3

Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990)
I Hate Music!
(A Cycle of Five Kid Songs for soprano)
-"My name is Barbara"
-"Jupiter has Seven Moons"
-"I Hate Music!"
-"A Big Indian and a Little Indian"
-"I'm a Person Too"

La Bonne Cuisine (Four Recipes)
-"Plum Pudding"
-"Ox-tails"
-"Tavouk Gueunksis"
-"Rabbit at Top Speed"

Two Love Songs (1949)
-"Extinguish my eyes"
-"When my soul touches yours..."

-"Somewhere" from West Side Story
(arr. Roger Vignoles)
Creator The South Bank Centre
Date April 3, 1992

Queen Elizabeth Hall
Southbank Centre
London, UK
Contributor Sylvia McNair, soprano
Roger Vignoles, piano
Relation "Queen Elizabeth Hall: Weekend recitals"
by Max Loppert

Financial Times
April 7, 1992
Type Concert

Newspaper article review

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Citation

The South Bank Centre, “Sylvia McNair
in her U.K. recital debut,” Cook Music Library Digital Exhibitions, accessed August 9, 2022, https://collections.libraries.indiana.edu/cookmusiclibrary/items/show/772.