FREDERICK HISTORIC PIANO COLLECTION
Piano Concerts Series
Ashburnham Community Church
Sunday, June 19, 2005 at 4: 00 p.m.
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The End of Romanticism: France and Russia in the late 1800s
Op. 74 in C# Minor (1898)
Nocturne Op. 63 in Db Major (1894)
|Four Preludes Op. 37 (1903)||Alexander
|II. Maestoso, fiero|
|IV. Irato impetuoso|
Feux d’artifice, (1913) from "Preludes," Book II
|Pictures From an Exhibition (1874)||Modest Moussorgsky (1839-1881)|
|IV. The Old Castle|
|VI. Tuileries (Children’s Dispute After a Play)|
|IX. Dance of the Unhatched Chicks|
|X. Samuel Goldenberg & Schmuyle|
|XI. Limoges ("The Limoges Market")|
|XII. Catacombae (Sepulcrum Romanum)|
|XIII. Con mortuis in lingua mortua ("The Talk of the Dead")|
|XIV. The Hut on Hen's Legs ("The Witch’s Hut")|
|XV. The Great Gate at Kiev|
|We are fortunate that Mr. Shteinberg was able to fill in, on very short notice, this date originally scheduled for a concert with pianist Elaine Greenfield, who is temporarily disabled with a broken shoulder, and flutist, Karen Kevra. We look forward to being able to include that program as part of our Fall 2005 series.|
All pianos played in the concerts are from The Frederick Collection
Ashburnham Community Church: Main Street (Rte. 12) at Chapel Street
Admission: $7.50 /adult, children and students, free
The building is wheelchair accessible.
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