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Am I Too Loud? - Friday, November 13, 2009

A Bow to Collaborative Performance

Rita Sloan, piano Evelyn Elsing, cello Anthony Manzo, double bass Linda Mabbs, soprano Gregory Miller, horn Katherine Murdock, viola David Salness, violin Delores Ziegler, mezzo-soprano

Friday, November 13, 2009 8:00 pm - Joseph and Alma Gildenhorn Recital Hall

Am I Too Loud? is a performance based on the work of collaborative pianist, Gerald Moore. Moore's memoirs, from which the title of this concert is borrowed, provide an in-depth look at the world of the piano accompanist. This performance features collaborations between members of the UMD School of Music faculty, as they perform a variety of chamber works. These UM Library resources will help you find out more about the art of accompanying, the pieces on this program and the poets whose works inspired them, as well as the artists featured in this performance:

  Books by and about collaborative pianists and piano playing, including the memoirs of Gerald Moore, Hubert Giesen, and Andre Benoist.   A list of recordings featuring the performers of Am I Too Loud?   Ein Alphorn hor' ich schallen - Richard Strauss   A Charm of Lullabies, Op. 41 - Benjamin Britten   3 Works: Chanson Louis XIII and Pavane (In the style of Couperin), Polichinelle (Serenade), and Tempo di Menuetto (In the style of Pugnani) - Fritz Kreisler   Cabaret Songs - Benjamin Britten   Die Forelle, D. 550 - Franz Schubert   Quintet in A Major D. 667, 'The Trout' - Franz Schubert