Mark Bebbington © Rama Knight
Tuesday 13 June
St Giles-without-Cripplegate, 1pm (no interval)
Tickets £10 (£5 under-25s & students)
Mark Bebbington plays lyrical portraits of romantic heroes (Tristan & Isolde), a musical legend (Edith Piaf) and a much-loved saint. Mysterious themes emerge in Debussy's evocation of a legendary submerged cathedral, and the spiritual rite infusing the final piece by Franck.
LISZT Legend No. 1 (from Deux légendes): St. Francis of Assisi's sermon to the birds
DEBUSSY Préludes: La cathédrale engloutie | General Lavine - eccentric | Feux d’artifice
POULENC Improvisation No. XV in C minor 'Hommage à Edith Piaf'
WAGNER (trans. LISZT): Liebestod from Tristan and Isolde
FRANCK Prélude, Chorale and Fugue
Mark Bebbington, piano
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