New Mendelssohn

We can all agree that Felix Mendelssohn did us a huge favor by reviving an interest in Bach. Now it’s his turn, as scholars have uncovered a song after it being lost for 140 years.

Renée Fleming and Susan Graham from Carnegie Hall Live

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Two of the most remarkable voices of our time, Renée Fleming and Susan Graham, team up for a full evening of French songs, with pianist Bradley Moore. The broadcast starts at 8pm, with a live chat at 7:30pm. You can also join the conversation on Twitter, using hashtag #CHLive.

Program (Subject to change without notice)
SAINT-SAËNS “Pastorale”
SAINT-SAËNS “Viens”
SAINT-SAËNS “El desdichado”
FAURÉ “Puisqu’ici bas,” Op. 10, No. 1
FAURÉ “Pleurs d’or,” Op. 72
FAURÉ Pavane in F-sharp Minor, Op. 50
FAURÉ “Tarentelle,” Op. 10, No. 2
DEBUSSY “Clair de lune”
DEBUSSY “Mandoline”
DEBUSSY “Beau soir”
DELIBES “Les filles de Cadix”
HAHN “Le rossignol des lilas”
HAHN “Infidélité”
HAHN “Fêtes galantes”
HAHN “Le printemps”
BERLIOZ “La mort d’Ophélie,” Op. 18, No. 2
ANDRÉ MESSAGER “Blanche-marie et Marie-Blanche” from Les P’tites Michu
OFFENBACH Barcarolle from Les contes d’Hoffmann
DELIBES “Duo des fleurs” from Lakmé

This recital is part of Fleming’s Perspectives Series: