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7-30pm Saturday 10 June 2017 St Andrew’s Church, Farnham  GU9 7PW

Poetry, Violin & Piano Recital

Graham Fawcett, Elizabeth Cooney & Grace Mo

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Join renowned writer and broadcaster Graham Fawcett, and virtuoso violinist Elizabeth Cooney and pianist Grace Mo for an evening recital of poetry and music. Featuring the works of local literary giants who were born or lived in Surrey and Hampshire, Graham will recite poetry/prose by Jane Austen, William Cobbett, John Keats, Tennyson, Edward Thomas and Gilbert White. Elizabeth and Grace will perform music inspired by the writing, featuring works such as Vaughan Williams’ Lark Ascending and pieces by Elgar, Mozart as well as some Scotch/Irish airs and a little Persian folk music.

Provisional programme

Edward Thomas – The Lofty Sky (Steep, Hants. 1915)

Edward Thomas – Haymaking (Steep, Hants.1915)

Edward Thomas – Aspens (Steep, Hants. 1915)

Elgar – Two Pieces for Violin and Piano

William Cobbett – from The Rural Rides (Hants. 1821)

Jane Austen – Emma (chpts 42-43) (Set on Box Hill)

Robin Adair – Scotch Air, Violin and Piano

Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam Edward Fitzgerald’s translation

Persian Air, Violin and Piano

INTERVAL

John Keats – Ode to Autumn (Winchester, 1819)

Tennyson – from ‘The Passing of Arthur’ (living in Aldworth, Blackdown, near Haslemere)

Mozart – Piece for Violin and Piano

Gilbert White – The Natural History of Selborne

Vaughan Williams – The Lark Ascending

Tickets (available on-line – click BUY links below) Also on door

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Pay on the day on the door: £12-00 cash or cheque

We do not issue physical tickets for the concerts in Farnham but record advance payments and check names on the door.

Refreshments are free but we invite donations of £2-50 for wine and 50p for juice towards the costs.

For further information please contact:
secretary@tilbach.org.uk 0300 201 0070 or 01252 613130