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19:00 [19:30] University of Leicester Sinfonia (ext event)
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HANDEL Zadok the Priest DAVID FISHER Augsburg Elegy DVOŘK Nocturne in B major DVOŘK Stabat mater soloists Martha Heyward, Alison York, Dale Harris and Clive Hilton Hinckley Choral Union conducted by Richard Archer Details at http://www.universityofleicestersinfonia.co.uk/Concerts.php Tickets: 12 (including refreshments), - ring 01455 635432 or e-mail hinckleychoral@virginmedia.com, OR - at the door on the night Notes: The concert begins with the dramatically celebratory "Zadok the Priest". By far the biggest work in the programme is Dvořk's Stabat Mater, and it is one of Dvořk's most deeply felt works. It was Dvořk's reaction to the death of his daughter, Josefa. Local composer David Fisher's "Augsburg Elegy" is a homage to the form of the chorale prelude. Dvořk's Nocturne perhaps sets the scene for the Stabat Mater.

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