Lauren Scott (Harp) and
Anna-Clare Monk (Soprano)
This harp and voice duo is formed by Lauren Scott (who was very well liked at her Harp concert for us in 2012) and the soprano Anna-Clare Monk who has performed principal roles at Opera North, Welsh National Opera as well as recently returning from a tour of USA Italy and Sweden.
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Programme (announced 1st October, 1 piece changed 7th November)
“If Music be the Food of Love”
The glorious sound of soprano and harp, Anna-Clare Monk and Lauren Scott,
in a sublime programme of music by John Dowland, Henry Purcell, Benjamin Britten and award winning composer Andy Scott.
Musick for a While Henry Purcell (1659-1695)
Come Again John Dowland (1563-1626)
If Music be the Food of Love Henry Purcell (1659-1695)
Time Stands Still John Dowland (1563-1626)
Chanson de la Nuit Carlos Salzedo (1885-1961)
The Prince with no family Andy Scott (b 1966.)
And Everything is Still… Andy Scott (b 1966.)
Invisible Kisses Andy Scott (b 1966.)
I N T E R V A L
She Moves Through the Fair trad. arr John Marson (1932-2007)
The Lark in the Clear Air trad. arr John Marson (1932-2007)
Cockleshells trad. arr Anthony Hopkins (b 1921.)
Autumn John Thomas (1826-1913)
Salley Garden trad. arr Benjamin Britten (1913-1976)
O Waly, Waly trad. arr Benjamin Britten (1913-1976)
Come ye not from Newcastle trad. arr Benjamin Britten (1913-1976)
Last Rose of Summer trad. arr Benjamin Britten (1913-1976)
Sweet Polly Oliver trad. arr Benjamin Britten (1913-1976)
For more information about Lauren Scott and Anna-Clare Monk visit their own web-site (in a new window), by clicking HERE
“If Music be the Food of Love” seemed to be an aptly warming title for a concert in the darkest recesses of November. And so it proved. Lauren Scott (harp) and Anna-Clare Monk (soprano) enchanted the Middlewich and District Concerts Society audience with a wonderfully relaxed performance of great charm.
The concert began with songs by John Dowland and Henry Purcell, the best known being “Come Again”. Lauren then played “Chanson de la Nuit” by Carlos Salzedo. The first half ended with three songs by Andy Scott. This was in collaboration with Anna-Clare, who succeeded in locating and fitting suitable words to existing music.
The second half was dominated by folk songs, including “The Lark in the Clear Air” (arranged by John Marson), and a selection to celebrate the centenary of Benjamin Britten’s birth (“Salley Garden”, “O Waly, Waly” and “Sweet Polly Oliver”, to mention a few). Lauren’s solo was “Autumn” by John Thomas. The concert concluded with a lovely rendition of “Danny Boy”. The golden harp and the golden voice triumphed again!
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