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BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCIH
Boston Music Hall.
SICA SON 1883 - 84.
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCIH -±STRA.
MR. GEORG HENSCHEL, CONDUCTOR.
VIII. CONCERT.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1ST, AT 8, P. M.
PROGRAMME.
OVERTURE. (Athalia.)
MENDELSSOHN.
SCENA AND ARIA. op. 71.
SPOHR.
BEETHOVEN.
SYMPHONY in E flat. (Eroica.) No. 3, op. 55. .
Allegro con brio.— Marcia funebre. (Adagio assai.)—
Scherzo. (Allegro vivace.)_Allegro molto; Poco Andante; Presto.—
ROMANCE FOR VIOLONCELLO. .
.
K. MUELLER—BERGIIALTS.
(MS. First time.)
SONGS WITH PIANO.
(a)
CRADLE SONG.
(b) To CHLOE.
.
(C) FOREST WANDERINGS.
R. WAGNER.
.
STERNDALE BENNETT.
OVERTURE. (Le Caliphe de Bagdad.)
.
GRIEG.
BOIELDIEU.
SOLOISTS :
MISS GERTRUDE FRANKLIN.
HERR WILHELM MUELLER.
SCENA
AND
ARIA.
. SPOHR.
RECITATIVO :
E mi lasci cosi? Perfido! Ingrato! Questa sperar dovea dell'amor mio
merce! Divisa ognor da quel benche s'adora vita peggior di morte, misers
condurrb. Mi fuggi, ingrato percbe omai piu non posso lusingarle tue
brame! Anch'io fuggirti, abborrirti dovrei loso, lo veggio! ma fuggirti non
posso e amar ti deggio.
ANDANTE:
Tu m'abbandoni ingrato, a miei sospiri al pianto, resto infelice intanto
preda del mio dolor.
ALLEGRO:
IIo cento smanie al core, it mio crudel affanno, perfido Traditore la morte
a me dark. Tu m'abbandoni, ingrato a miei sospiri at pianto. Tutti quest'
alma amanto soffre d'amor le pene ecco qual frutto ottiene la mia semplicita.
R. WAGNER.
CRADLE SONG.
Slumber, sweet child
Thou knowest no sad morrow
Peaceful and mild,
Thy dreams have no sorrow;
Bright visions are thine,
Thou smilest while sleeping,
Thy mother is weeping,
Sleep Darling of mine.
Sleep, on the breast of thy
Mother forsaken,
Merciless Fate thy
Fond father has taken;
Now lonely I pine!
One joy still I see now,
My hope is in thee now,
bleep, Darling of mine.
Sleep on without harm,
Secure till the morrow,
Thy angel's fond arm
Shall guard thee from sorrow;
Sweet slumbers be thine!
Laugh on in thy sleeping,
Thy watch I am keeping.
To CHLOE. (in sickness.)
Long, long the night,
And heavy comes the morrow,
While my soul's delight
Is on her bed of sorrow.
. STERNDA L E
BENN ETT.
Can I cease to mourn,
Can I cease to languish,
While my soul's delight
Is on her couch of anguish?
Hear me powers divine,
Oh! in pity hear me,
Take all else of mine,
But my Chloris spare me!
FOREST WANDERING.
•
ED. GRIEG.
Thou lovely bride, thou darling one,
My treasure, my delight!
Come forth! for clear in azure sky
The moon is shining bright.
Thro' all this peaceful silent night,
Dear love, with thee to rove,
What joy is mine, what blessedness!
0 fragrant beechen grove!
The night, o'er all the dreaming world
Glides by on noiseless wing,
Thro' beechen grove stray hand in baud
Where woodland blossoms spring.
Sing nightingale, shine golden moon!
No other prayer is mine,
My lovely bride, my darling one!
My treasure, my delight!
Boston Music Hall.
SEASON 1883 - 84.
BOSTON SYMPI. ONY ORCHESTRA.
MR. GEORG HENSCHEL, CONDUCTOR.
IX. CONCERT.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8TH, AT 8, P. M. ,
PROGRAMME.
BEETHOVEN.
OVERTURE. (Bing Stephen.) op. 117.
CONCERTO FOR PIANO-FORTE in G minor, No. 2, op. 22. SAINT-SAENS.
Andante aostenuto.—Allegro seherzando—Presto.—
DV OAXIK.
SYMPHONY in D. op. 60.
Allegro non tanto.—Adagio—Seherzo. [Furiant. (Presto.)]
Finale. (Allegro con spirito.)--
PIANO SOLO.
•
(a) "WARum?"
(b) "GmLLEN."
) POLONAISE in
SCHUMANN.
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A flat.
BALLET-MUSIC. (La Reine de Saba.)
SOLOIST:
MME. HELEN HOPEKIRK.
[Her first appearance In America.]
CHOPIN.
GOUNOD.