Sunday, July 5, 2015

Choral Concert ' The Book of Love' by Cappella Martialis


Renaissance choir Cappella Martialis diverts from their usual repertoire of sacred music, to present secular love songs from the era as well as arrangements of retro pop hits. Here's more information:



12th July 2015
6pm
10 Square @ Orchard Central,
10th Floor, Orchard Central,
181 Orchard Road, S(238896)

If you've only heard us singing sacred repertoire, join us as we explore songs of life and love, from times ancient and modern, for voices and instruments.

The programme will include music from Late Mediæval France, Renaissance England, Early Romantic Vienna, as well as the 20th Century. If you've ever thought Mediæval and Renaissance music boring, wait till you see the lyrics to some of our songs, some of which are being performed in Singapore for the first time. We’ll be singing in English, Mediæval Occitan, Renaissance French, Italian, German, and Cantonese Chinese (!), Full translations will be provided.

Programme:

Tant que vivray (C. de Sermisy)
Entre vous filles (J. Clemens non Papa)
Now is the Month of Maying (T. Morley)
Mon cœur se recommande a vous (O. de Lassus)

Le souvenir de vous me tue (R. Morton)
Une jeune fillette (Anon)
Une m’avoit promis (A. Le Roy)

Amarilli, mia bella (G. Caccini, arr. R. Dowland)
Divine Amaryllis (A. de Boësset)

Can vei la lauzeta mover (B. de Ventadorn)
Si dolce è’l tormento (C. Monteverdi)

Vier Gesänge für Männerstimmen (F. Schubert)
In stiller Nacht (J. Brahms)
The Dark Eyed Sailor (R. Vaughan Williams)

The Way You Look Tonight
How Deep is Your Love (The Bee Gees)
海闊天空 (Beyond)
The Book of Love (P. Gabriel)

In addition to our usual lute & renaissance guitar player, we shall be joined by Singapore's preëminent recorderist, Mr Dominic Wan.

Guest conductor: Mr Yeo Ying-Hao

Admission is $10.

Free seating.

To purchase tickets, send Cappella Martialis a message via the Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/667445536732837/

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