A concert by soprano Grace Davidson and harpsichordist Julian Perkins
Purcell if Music be the Food of Love,
Sweeter than Roses, Fairest Isles. Evening Hymn
Campion Never Weather the Beaten Saile, Author of Light
Humphrey A Hymn to God the Father
Handel Crude Tiranno Amor, Suite no 2 for harpsichord
Dowland Come again sweet Love, Flow my Tears
Scarlatti Sonata for harpsichord K4 and K132, Cantabile,
Ergiti, Amor from Scipione nil Spangne.
About the concert
Grace Davidson, “one of the most beautiful and pure soprano voices on earth”, and harpsichordist Julian Perkins offer us a selection of major works from English and Italian Baroque. Together with works that are quite familiar, such as the great songs of Purcell and Dowland, some composers presented are less well known to the general public. Thomas Campion was a fascinating character, composer, poet and physician who studied at Peterhouse. Pelham Humphrey was a strong influence on Henry Purcell, and like him, died much too young, at the age of 27.
£20 General Admission, £15 Clare Hall members, £5 students and children.
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