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Midweek Music Ministry (ONLINE)
January 20, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 7:30 pm EST
Shadyside Presbyterian Church’s Music Ministry presents a midweek program for the refreshment of your spirit!
Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m.
Beginning on January 6, 2021, Shadyside Presbyterian Church’s Music Ministry invites you to join us online on Wednesday evenings for a mini-series of musical programs curated by Mark A. Anderson, Artistic Director of the Music in a Great Space concert series. From Epiphany until Lent, enjoy the sounds of organ, piano, and other instrumentalists, as well as vocal soloists. Videos of these intimate presentations will be accessible to view on our Facebook page and YouTube channel.
The program for Wednesday, January 20, presents The Musical Mirror, featuring music by Menotti, Schumann, Brahms, Fauré, Duparc, and Beethoven, offered by pianist Ellen Fast and tenor Timothy Stoddard, along with a brief reflection from the Reverend Todd E. Leach, Associate Pastor for Missions.
- Poemetti: Twelve Pieces for Piano, composed by Gian Carlo Menotti, and offered by Ellen Fast, piano:
- No. 1 Giga
- No. 2 Lullaby
- No. 3 Bells at Dawn
- No. 4 The Spinner
- No. 5 The Bagpipers
- No. 6 The Brook
- No. 7 The Shepherd
- No. 8 Nocturne
- No. 9 The Stranger’s Dance
- No. 10 Winter Wind
- No. 11 The Manger
- No. 12 War Song
- “Mondnacht,” composed by Robert Schumann; and offered by Timothy Stoddard, tenor, and Ellen Fast, piano
- “Sommerabend,” composed by Johannes Brahms; and offered by Timothy Stoddard, tenor, and Ellen Fast, piano
- “Clair de Lune,” composed by Gabriel Fauré; and offered by Timothy Stoddard, tenor, and Ellen Fast, piano
- “Chanson Triste,” composed by Henri Duparc; and offered by Timothy Stoddard, tenor, and Ellen Fast, piano
- Selections from Op. 119, composed by Ludwig van Beethoven, and offered by Ellen Fast, piano:
- Bagatelle No. 1
- Bagatelle No. 2
- Bagatelle No. 3
- Bagatelle No. 4
- Bagatelle No. 5
Learn more about Music in a Great Space, the concert series at Shadyside Presbyterian Church.