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A Musical Event
with Dr Hugh Stradling & many friends
at Mary's Church, on Saturday, 16th March, beginning at 7.30pm
in aid of Stonehill House (Abbeyfield).
Tickets (£8) include wine and nibbles and are available at Blooming Fruity, Banks Parade; Stonehill House, 106 Churchway; or by contacting Delia on 01844 290185 or bilbers@btinternet.com.

A richly varied programme of musical delights:

Baritone and Piano
An die ferne Geliebte (Ludwig Beethoven)

Soprano, Piano (and Trumpet)
Mio Tesoro. Alessandro (Scarlatti)
Star Vicino (Salvator Rosa)
Verdi Prati — from "Alcina", (George Frederic Handel)
I Waited for the Lord (Felix Mendelssohn)

Violin and Piano
The Romance F minor, Opus 11 (Anton Dvorak)

Brass ensemble
Bankelsangerlieder (Anonymous, possibly Daniel Speer)
Someone to watch over me (George Gershwin)
The Entertainer (Scott Joplin)
Air de Sarastro — aria from the Magic Flute (Amadeus Mozart)
Chanson de Matin (Edward Elgar)
Pink Panther (Henry Mancini)

Organ and Piano
Introduction & Fugetta from a suite for Organ & Piano duet (Denis Bedard)

Soprano, Piano (and Trumpet)
Laudamus Te (Antonio Vivaldi)
La Capinera — "The Wren" (Julius Benedict)
In Terra La Guerra (Alessandro Scarlatti)

Baritone and Piano
Four Songs (Tom Lehrer)

Septet for trumpet, piano, string quartet, double bass
Septet in E-flat major, Op. 65, (Camille Saint-Saëns)

Musicians:

Chris Smith Baritone
Katherine Craddock Horn
Hugh Stradling Piano  
Nika Raphaely Tuba
Lynne Mills Soprano  
Bruce Clarke Organ
John Stradling Trumpet  
Jenny Hardy Piano
Peter Hambly Piano  
Noreen Tyson Violin
Elizabeth Nurse Violin  
Helen Stradling Violin
Claire Barr Piano  
Susie Corrie Viola
Vicky Archibald Trumpet  
Graham Appleton Cello
Simon Street Trombone  
Sue Hipkiss Double Bass

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