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Gerald Finley, Bassbariton

Friday 17 November 2023
19:30 – ca. 21:30



Gerald Finley, Bassbariton

Julius Drake, Klavier


Robert Schumann

Lehn' Deine Wang' op. 142/2 (Vier Gesänge) (1840)

Es leuchtet meine Liebe op. 127/3 (Fünf Lieder und Gesänge) (1840)

Dein Angesicht, so lieb und schön op. 127/2 (Fünf Lieder und Gesänge) (1840)

Mein Wagen rollet langsam op. 142/4 (Vier Gesänge) (1840)

Belsatzar op. 57 (1840)

Die feindlichen Brüder op. 49/2 (Romanzen und Balladen) (1840)

Abends am Strand op. 45/3 (Romanzen und Balladen) (1840)

Die beiden Grenadiere op. 49/1 (Romanzen und Balladen) (1840)

Franz Schubert

Ihr Bild D 957/9 (Schwanengesang, 2. Buch) (1828)

Das Fischermädchen D 957/10 (Schwanengesang, 2. Buch) (1828)

Die Stadt D 957/11 (Schwanengesang, 2. Buch) (1828)

Am Meer D 957/12 (Schwanengesang, 2. Buch) (1828)

Der Doppelgänger D 957/13 (Schwanengesang, 2. Buch) (1828)

Der Atlas D 957/8 (Schwanengesang, 2. Buch) (1828)


Henri Duparc

Sérénade (1869)

Soupir (1869)

Le manoir de Rosemonde »Das Schloss von Rosemonde« (1879)

L'invitation au voyage (Mélodies Nr. 1) (1870/1902))

Phidylé (Mélodies Nr. 16) (1882/1902))

Benjamin Britten

Um Mitternacht (1959–1960)

Gerald Graham Peel

The early morning (The Country Lover) (1910)

Ralph Vaughan Williams

Silent Noon (1903)

Franz Liszt

Go not, happy day S 335 (1879)

Charles Ives

When stars are in the quiet skies (1899–1900 ca.)

Cole Porter

Night and day (Gay divorce) (1932)



Ottorino Respighi

My Heart's in the Highlands P 143/3 (Four Scottish Songs) (1924)

Maurice Ravel

Chanson à boire (Don Quichotte à Dulcinée Nr. 3) (1932–1933)

Irving Berlin

White Christmas

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Gerald Finley

With his versatile voice, Canadian bass-baritone Gerald Finley knows how to convince on the opera stage, as recently at the Salzburg Festival as Falstaff, and in the concert hall. The celebrated singer, with his longtime chamber music partner Julius Drake, presents a program that is both stylistically diverse and harmonious. A selection of late Heine settings by Robert Schumann and songs from Franz Schubert's »Schwanengesang« are followed by a musical foray through all times of day and night and the highs and lows of amorous emotional states - with songs by Henri Duparc, Benjamin Britten, Cole Porter and others.

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