[Concert, 2019, November 20] [sound recording]

Princeton University. Mendel Music Library [Browse]
Princeton, NJ. : Princeton University, Dept. of Music, 2019.
1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.


Princeton University. Department of Music
  • A complete program is available online.
  • Compact discs.
Time and place of event
Recorded in Taplin Auditorium, Fine Hall, 7:30 pm.
Performers: John Ahern GS, tenor, keyboards; Hannah Bein '22, Megan Ormsbee '20, sopranos, Carla Bond GS (Rutgers University), Hannah C. McLaughlin GS, alto; Tajin Rogers '20, tenor; Brian Sengdala GS (Rutgers University), Marcel Camprubi GS, Kyle G. Masson GS, basses ; Elizabeth Rouget GS, violin; Marley Jacobson '22; Mariana Corichi Gomez '21, sopranos ; Genevieve Allotey-Pappoe GS, piano ; Joyce Chen GS, harpsichord; Charlie Hankin GS, Baroque violin; John Burkhalter, recorder.
  • Mass for the Assumption of Mary. Introit chant Gaudeamus omnes / Anonymus
  • Canticum Beatae Mariae Virginis (1568) / Giovanni Animuccia
  • Il primo libro demadrigali a quattro voci, novamente per AntonioGardane con ogni diligentia ristampati. Amor, ben mi credevo / Cipriano de Rore
  • With your little wife (Mon petit mari) / Adolphe Adam
  • The fond hearts at home / John R. Thomas
  • The disowned / Vincenzo Minnelli
  • 'Tis midnight hour / An Amateur
  • It was a dream / Frederick H. Cowen
  • No! Ne'er can thy home be mine /Thomas H. Bayley
  • Pièces de clavecin, premier livre, second ordre (1713). Suite / François Couperin
  • XII Sonatas for two German flutes or violins with a thorough bass (ca.1730). Sonata I in F Major / Giuseppe Sammartini
Program title
  • Library music live : Medieval chant, Renaissance vocal music, Baroque instrumental music, and 19th-century parlor songs.
Title on cover of program
  • Library music live : rarely performed music from our Special Collections : vocal and instrumental.
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