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A Dream Of Germany: Music’s War-Torn World 1914 @ St John The Evangelist Church, Oxford
Saturday 8 November 2014, 11:00 am - 8:00 pm
Single concert: £12 (£5 for students) / Combined ticket for all four concerts: £40 (£20 for students) / Combined ticket for any two concerts: £20 (£10 for students)
A series of four concerts in one day.
For well over a century, all English composers aspired to study in Germany. These programmes explore the links that were torn apart by the Great War.
Joseph Spooner, cello; Mark Wilde, tenor; David Owen Norris, piano.
11.00 am: Concert I
Teachers & Pupils 1830-1880
Sterndale Bennett, Sullivan and Mendelssohn
2.00 pm: Concert II
High Victorians 1880-1900
Battison Haynes, Stanford tr. Grainger, Parry and Sherwood
4.00 pm: Concert III
The Regimental Musician & the Volunteer Reservist
6.00 pm: Concert IV
The Great War
Karg-Elert, Elgar, Cobb, Dyson and Vaughan Williams