Accelerando presents

A CONCERT OF OLD AND NEW MUSIC.

2001 by Daniel Waitzman. All rights reserved.

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Sunday, December 2nd, 2001, at 2:00 P.M. Sharp. All tickets $10.00. St. Peter's Lutheran Church at CitiCorp Center, 619 Lexington Avenue at 54th Street, New York City.

DANIEL WAITZMAN, FLUTIST
MARION BECKENSTEIN, SOPRANO
GERALD RANCK, FORTEPIANIST
YUVAL WALDMAN AND CHRISTINA PRINCE, VIOLINISTS
CHAGID GLASER, CELLIST

PROGRAM:

Sonata in B Minor for Flute and obbligato Fortepiano ...............................................................Johann Sebastian. Bach
Partita in A Minor for unaccompanied Flute...............................................................................Johann Sebastian Bach
Quintet in D Major for Flute, 2 Violins, Cello, and obbligato Fortepiano.....................................John Christian Bach

Five settings of poems by Byron, Keats, and Andrian.................................................................Daniel Waitzman:

"So we'll go no more a-roving" for Soprano, 2 Violins, and Basso Continuo(1998)*--words by Byron.
"She walks in beauty , like the night" for Soprano, 2 Violins, and Basso Continuo (1998)*--words by Byron.
"The day is gone, and all its sweets are gone" for Soprano and Fortepiano (1998; rev. 2001)*--words by Keats.
"I would not have you sing me" for Soprano, 2 Violins, Cello, and Fortepiano (1999; rev. 2001)*--words by Nicholas Andrian.
"We only speak as others speak" for Soprano and Fortepiano (1999)--words by Nicholas Andrian.

*First Performance.

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