Tribute to Fernand Halphen, original tunes

Concert as part of the Senliszt Festival 2019

The 19th October 2019 at 8 pm, at the Chapelle Saint-Frambourg in Senlis (60300), concert with the soprano singer Faustine Picco, accompanied by the pianist Christophe Chauvet, giving tribute to Fernand Halphen and some of his unreleased compositions

Concert with Faustine PICCO, with several unreleased melodies by Fernand HALPHEN.

Free entrance

Program :
Pieces by Joseph Boulnois and Albéric Magnard,
Creation by Romain Pangaud,
Pieces by Fernand Halphen, among which :
Nocturne, for piano solo (1898)
Voulant Ô ma douce moitié - Poem by Pierre de Ronsard (1914)
Quand vous serez bien vieille - Poem by Pierre de Ronsard (1914)
Les Gnomes - Poem by Paul Reboux (1906)
Musique sur l’eau - Poem by Albert Samain (1908)
Vœu - Poem by Victor Hugo (1890)
Ballade - Poem by Théophile Gautier (1898)
Souvenir – Poem by Armand Sylvestre
and many others...

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