Melodeon 2012-2013 Concert Season 19th-Century American Music
Church of the Epiphany York Avenue at East 74th Street Manhattan
Tickets: $20 General $15 Students & Seniors Available below, by calling 212-866-0468, or at the door
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Amy Beach, American composer
Sunday, November 11, 2012 at 4 pm
Artis Wodehouse, antique 1889 Liszt organ & modern piano Lori McCann, soprano George Spitzer, baritone
Music from Victorian America: Tschaikowsky and Charles Ives on the American Liszt organ, plus songs by Amy Beach and Charles T. Griffes.
Sunday, January 6, 2013 at 4 pm
Artis Wodehouse, 1864 melodeon & modern piano Marti Newland, soprano George Spitzer, baritone
Melodeon explores the American connection to Latin America via the New Orleanian Creole-American Louis Moreau Gottschalk, and other 19th-century Latin-American composers, plus selections from Scott Joplin’s opera, Treemonisha.
Louis Moreau Gottschalk, Creole-American composer
“Blind” Tom Wiggins, American pianist and composer
Sunday, April 7, 2013 at 4 pm
Artis Wodehouse, antique American keyboards Marti Newland, soprano George Spitzer, baritone Steven Oosting, tenor
Melodeon presents vintage sounds from America’s past: a musical depiction of the Civil War Battle of Manassas by “Blind” Tom Wiggins, and Rabindranath Tagore’s Bengali poem Gitanjali musicalized by American composer John Alden Carpenter.