Beethoven Hall

4 October, 19:30
Part I

“Softly the Spirit Flew up to Heaven”
on poem by Aleksey Tolstoy, op. 47 No.2
Dedication to Aleksandra Panayeva-Kartsova
Olga Seliverstova (soprano)

“A Tear Trembles” on poem by Aleksey Tolstoy, op. 6 No. 4
Dedication to Pyotr Jurgenson
Rauf Timergazin (baritone)

“At Bedtime” on poem by Nikolay Ogaryov, op. 27 No. 1
Dedication to Elizaveta Tserteleva (née Lavrovskaya)
Anna Bondarevskaya (mezzo-soprano)

“To Forget So Soon” on poem by Aleksey Apukhtin, TH 94
Olga Seliverstova (soprano)

“Not a Word, O My Friend” on poem by Aleksey Pleshcheyev (after Moritz Hartmann), op. 6 No. 2
Dedication to Nikolay Kashkin
Olga Seliverstova (soprano)

“Do Not Believe, My Friend” on poem by Aleksey Tolstoy, op. 6 No. 1
Dedication to Aleksandra Menshikova
Anna Bondarevskaya (mezzo-soprano)

“I Bless You, Forests” on poem by Aleksey Tolstoy (from “John of Damascus”), op. 47 No. 5
Dedication to Aleksandra Panayeva-Kartsova
Yuri Syrov (baritone)


Part II

“I Should Like in a Single Word” on poem by Lev Mey (after Heinrich Heine), TH 100
Ivan Maximeiko (tenor)

“As They Kept Saying: “Fool” on poem by Lev Mey, op. 25 No. 6
Alexander Utkin (baritone)

“I Opened the Window” on poem by K. R., op. 63 No. 2
Dedication to Konstantin Romanov
Aluda Todua (baritone)

“The Fires in the Rooms Were Already Out” on poem by Konstantin Romanov, op. 63 No. 5
Dedication to Konstantin Romanov
Yuri Syrov (baritone)

Serenade (“O Child! Beneath Your Window”) on poem by K. R., op. 63 No. 6
Dedication to Konstantin Romanov
Ivan Maximeiko (tenor)

“Sleepless Nights” on poem by Aleksey Apukhtin, ор. 60 No. 6
Ivan Maximeiko (tenor)

“We Sat Together” on poem by Daniil Rathaus, op. 73 No. 1
Dedication to Nikolay Figner
Rauf Timergazin (baritone)

“Again, As Before, Alone” on poem by Daniil Rathaus, op. 73 No. 6
Dedication to Nikolay Figner
Aluda Todua (baritone)



				
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