Kurt Weill, Two Lives to Live

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Monday, May 14, 2012

This week's program features soprano Angela Denoke's all-Kurt Weill recital program titled "Two Lives to Live," which she premiered for the 2011 Salzburg Festival with Tal Balshai on piano and Norbert Nagel on winds.

Program details:

Angela Denoke, soprano; Tai Balshai, piano; Norbert Nagel, clarinet, bass clarinet, saxophone, flute.

Kurt Weill:
Jenny’s Song (Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny)
Ich bin eine arme Verwandte (The Silver Sea)
Der Ballade von der sexuellen Hörigkeit (The Threepenny Opera)
Alabama Song (Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny)
Barbara’s Song (The Threepenny Opera)
Nana’s Lied (Die Rundköpfe und die Spitsköpfe)
Siehst du den Mond über Soho? (The Threepenny Opera)
Surabaya Johnny (Happy End)
Two pieces from Café Bauer
Song of Eliza Elliot (Lady in the Dark )
Speak Low (One Touch of Venus)
Lonely House (Street Scene)
At Night When Ev’ry thing is Quiet (Street Scene)
Sing Me Not a Ballad –Song of the Duchess (The Firebrand of Florence)
September Song
Is It Him Or Is It Me? (Love Life)
Stay Well (Lost in the Stars)
My Ship (Lady in the Dark)
I’m a Stranger Here Myself (One Touch of Venus)

Encores:
Weill:
All At Once (Where Go We Go From Here?)
Don’t Look Now (One Touch of Venus)
Peter

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Comments [1]

Mr. Rupert Davis from Manhattan, NY

How can I obtain a copy of the German version of Kurt Weill's "Tow Lives to Live"?

May. 14 2012 11:05 PM

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