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Recitals Australia Concerts

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RECITALS AUSTRALIA - 5th SEPTEMBER 2007

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Vocal: Siobhan Owen (age 13)
Piano: Malcolm Day

Pieces Composers
Ave Maria Adapted to 1st Prelude of J.S. Bach
Suo Gân (Welsh Lullaby) Welsh traditional arr by David Seaman
The Ash Grove Welsh traditional arr by Benjamin Britten
She Moved Through The Fair Irish traditional arranged by Julian Smith
My Lagan Love Irish traditional arranged by Meinir Huelyn
Five Eyes C. Armstrong Gibbs
Spinning Song German folk song
The Trees They Grow So High Somerset folk song arr by Benjamin Britten
A Lullaby Hamilton Harty
My New Philosophy - From “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown”  Andrew Lippa
I Feel Pretty - From “West Side Story” Leonard Bernstein
Sunrise, Sunset - From “Fiddler On The Roof” Jerry Bock
It's Only a Paper Moon Harold Arlen

 

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RECITALS AUSTRALIA - 4th JUNE 2008

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Vocal: Siobhan Owen (age 14)
Piano: Malcolm Day

Pieces
The Aviary - Song cycle (Richard Rodney Bennett)
  The Bird's Lament John Clare)
The Owl (Alfred Tennyson)
The Early Nightingale (John Clare)
The Widow Bird P.B. Shelley)
The Lark (S.T. Coleridge)
The Insect World - Song cycle (Richard Rodney Bennett)
  The Insect World (John Clare)
The Fly (William Oldys)
Glow-worms (Andrew Marvell)
Clock-a-clay (John Clare)
The Lilac Tree - George H. Gartlan
The Stuttering Lovers - Traditional Irish Air arr by Herbert Hughes
The Piper from Over the Way - Lyrics Helen Taylor, music May H. Brahe
My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose - Scottish traditional - Robert Burns
Down by the Sally Gardens - Irish traditional air - Music by Herbert Hughes
My Little Welsh Home - W S Gwynn Williams
Perfect Day (from Peter Rabbit and Friends) - Miriam Stockley
Lilium (from the anime Elfen Lied) - Lyrics and music by Kayo Konishi and Yukio Kondou. Based on biblical passages and the hymn “Ave Mundi Spes Maria”.

 

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RECITALS AUSTRALIA - 26th AUGUST 2009

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Vocal: Siobhan Owen (age 15)
Piano: Malcolm Day

Pieces Composers
Già il sole dal Gange
(Already the Sun from over the Ganges)
Scarlatti (1660 – 1728)
Come and Trip It
recit – O Worse than Death Indeed 
aria – Angels Ever Bright and Fair
Handel (1685 – 1759)
Ave Maria
An Die Musik  (To Music)
Franz Schubert (1797 – 1828)
Der Nussbaum  (The Nut Tree) Schumann (1810 – 1856)
Three traditional Scottish songs with harp (arr by Siobhan Owen)
In a Garden So Green Anon (circa 1662)
A Fairy's Love Song Kennedy Fraser (1857-1930)
An Eriskay Love Lilt Anon arr by Kennedy Fraser

En Priére  (In Prayer)

Gabriel Fauré (1845 - 1924)  
Colette Cecile Chaminade (1857 - 1944)
Twilight Fancies Frederick Delius (1862 - 1934)
The Trouble With Geraniums Stephen Yates (1957 - )

 

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RECITALS AUSTRALIA - 22nd SEPTEMBER 2010

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Vocal: Siobhan Owen (age 16)
Piano: John Hall

Pieces Composers
Una Donna a Quindici Anni (A Woman of 15 Years) Wolfgang A Mozart (1756 - 1791)
Ridente La Calma (May a happy calm arise) Wolfgang A Mozart (1756 - 1791)
Music For a While
Henry Purcell (1659 - 1695)
Mondnacht (Moonlight) Robert Schumann (1810 – 1856)
Villanelle Hector Berlioz (1803-1869)
Del Cabello Más Sutil (Of the hair most delicate) Fernando Obradors (1897 - 1945)
Cradle Song Peter Warlock (1894 - 1930)
Sole E Amore (Sun and Love) Giacomo Puccini (1858 - 1927)  
O Mio Babbino Caro (Oh My Dear Papa) Giacomo Puccini (1858 - 1927)  
Three Traditional Welsh Songs with harp (arr by Siobhan Owen)
Dafydd y Garreg Wen  (David of the White Rock)
Ar Hyd y Nos  (All Through the Night)       
Cyfri'r Geifr  (Counting the Goats) 

 

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RECITALS AUSTRALIA - 23nd NOVEMBER 2011

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Vocal: Siobhan Owen (age 18)
Piano: Alexander Hanysz

Pieces Composers
Bist du Bei Mir (If you are with me) J S Bach (1685 - 1750)
Un Moto di Gioja (A Joyous Emotione) W A Mozart (1756-1791)
Schone Wiege Meiner Leiden (Beautiful Cradle of my Sorrow) R Schumann (1810 - 1856)
Ma Rendi Pur Contento (Only Make her Happy) V Bellini (1801 - 1835)
La Serenata ( Serenade) P Tosti (1803-1869)
Three Traditional Folk Songs with harp (arr by Siobhan Owen)
Ei Di'r Deryn Du - Welsh (Will you go Blackbird)
Gartan Mother's Lullaby - Irish
She Moved Through the Fair - Irish 
The Night has a Thousand Eyes R Hageman (1881 - 1966)
Gaiete and Orior M Head (1900 - 1976)
She Walks in Beauty G Koehne (1956 - )  
Why do the Shut me out of Heaven A Copland (1900 - 1990) 

 

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About Recitals Australia

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Recitals Australia is a non profit organization providing performance opportunities for talented musicians. The society is unique in its ability to provide an unequalled opportunity for students to obtain a concert platform using world class instruments without financial burden.

Recitals Australia plays a unique role in the musical life of Adelaide, by providing over 100 performance opportunities for artists of all ages and levels. The youngest are able to participate in Home Recitals; more experienced and semi-professional artists, and professionals seeking additional opportunities, are included in the Lunch Hour Series each Wednesday.

Lunch Hour Concerts

Each year Recitals Australia presents a spring series and autumn series of concerts held at lunch time. These recitals showcase a range of performers presenting a 40 minute recital at 12.10pm and 1.10pm each Wednesday. From the experienced to the new performers, these quality concerts offer over 80 high calibre musicians a year, the opportunity to hone their performance skills by presenting polished programsin a public recital venue.

Audiences have delighted for years in the high quality and low cost of these recitals, and many now professional musicians received their first performance opportunity through these concerts.

All performers are auditioned through the Home Recitals Concerts. After successfully performing in this smaller platform performers may be invited to perform in the Lunch Hour Series. Siobhan gave a Home Recital when she was 13. The following day she was asked to perform her first Lunch Hour Concert.

The Lunch Hour Concerts are held in the beautiful Pilgrim Church in Flinders Street, Adelaide. No microphones are used for amplification. The concerts are recorded by Radio Adelaide and 5MBS Radio for later broadcast.


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