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Happy Birthday Friedrich Schiller! 

New York City  
November, 2015

Schiller Institute Manhattan Musikabend in Celebration of the Birthday of the poet and playwright Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller (November 10, 1759 - May 9, 1805)


Dennis Speed, Schiller Institute NYC

Opening Comments
Helga Zepp-LaRouche, Founder, Schiller Institute VIDEO    TRANSCRIPT

"Die zwei Tugendwege" (Composed by Franz Schubert, poem by Friedrich Schiller) 
Chris Sare, Scott Mooney, Bill Roberts

"Unendliche Freude" (Composed by Franz Schubert, poem by Friedrich Schiller) 
Ema Reuter, Scott Mooney, Bill Roberts

"Thoughts on 55 Years of Music-Making," 
Comments from Conductor Anthony Morss

"An Die Nachtigal" (Composed by Franz Schubert, poem by Matthias Claudius)
Jessica Tremblay, Mezzo-Soprano; Margaret Scialdone, Piano

"Auf dem Wasser zu Singen" (Composed by Franz Schubert, poem by Friedrich Stolberg)
Jessica Tremblay, Mezzo-Soprano; Cheryl Berard, Piano

"Des Madchens Klage" and "Sehnsucht" (Composed by Franz Schubert, poems by Friedrich Schiller) 
Jessica Tremblay, Mezzo-Soprano; Margaret Greenspan, Piano; Margaret Scialdone, Piano

"Ella giammai m'amo" from Don Carlos (Giuseppe Verdi) 
Alessio Magnaguagno, bass; Robert Wilson, piano

"Morré, ma prima in grazia" from Un Ballo in Maschera (Giuseppe Verdi) 
Fausta Ciceroni, soprano; Robert Wilson, piano

"A Glass of Wine" (Xinjiang folk/love song)
Dongling Gao,soprano; Robert Wilson, piano

"Die Gedanken sind Frei"
  Thoughts are Free (Composer unknown)