Sevenars Music Festival
"Family and Friends"
Pianist and Cellist Members
of the Schrade and James families, joined by composers
Cooper, soprano and Clifton J. Noble, Jr., pianist, with Kara Noble, narrator
July 10, 2022
A few words of on some recent high points, with
short pieces by Felix Mendelssohn and Viktor Kosenko.
Widmung (Dedication) Schumann-Liszt
David James, piano
Un Sospiro (A
Sigh) from Three Concert Études Franz
Wilde Jagd (Wild Hunt) from the Transcendental Études
Three Song Transcriptions Schubert
Auf dem Wasser du Singen (To Be Sung on the Water)
Die Forelle (The Trout)
James, cello and Lynelle James, piano
Polonaise Brillante in C Major, Op. 3 Frederic
Christopher James, cello and Lynelle James, piano
~~ Intermission ~~
Four Songs on poems by Gloria House/Aneb Kgositile Anita
Incantation for soprano, cello, and piano
Minor Key, for soprano and piano, World Premiere
That Ray of Sunlight, for soprano and cello, World Premiere
Survival Lesson #1 for soprano, cello, and piano, World
Premiere, composed for Sevenars
Anita Anderson Cooper, soprano; Clifton "Jerry"
Noble, piano; Christopher James cello
Canival of R-nimals ~
World Premiere, composed for Sevenars Clifton
J. Noble, Jr.
Rabbits ~ Rats ~ Rays ~ Rhinoceri
~ Raccoons ~ R-nithology
Clifton J. Noble, Jr. and Rorianne Schrade, pianos;
Kara Noble, narrator
This 2022 project is supported in part by the Cultural Councils of Acushnet, Agawam, Billerica, Charlemont-Hawley, Chesterfield, Buckland, Everett, Gardner, Huntington,
Lee, Middleborough, Middlefield, Montgomery, Revere, Russell, West Springfield, Wilbraham, and Worthington, local agencies which are funded in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state
agency, and the National Endowment of the Arts.