Bridgewater College music majors Jonathon Wilson and Caroline Caplan invite the public to a free recital at 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, at the Carter Center for Worship and Music.
Wilson will perform J.S. Bach's "Cello suite 2, BWV
1008: Prelude" and Cello Suite 3, Bourrée" during his senior
trombone recital. Both pieces were arranged by Douglas Yeo.
He will also perform "Morceau
Symphonique" by Alexander Guilmant, "Three for Two (or One or
Three)" by Antonio J. Garcia, "Beau Soir" by Claude Debussy and
"Sonata (Vox Gabrieli) for Trombone and Piano" by Stjepan Sulek.
Wilson will perform "Trombone Institute of
Technology" by Michael Davis with Phillip Stone, a senior biology major.
Caplan will be performing her junior soprano voice recital.
She will sing "Wie Meldoien zieht es mir" by Johannes Brahms and
"Breit' über mein Hapt" by Richard Strauss. She will also
sing a piece from Giulio Cesare,
"Pigngero la sorte mia," by G.F. Handel.
A. Catalani's "Ebben?
Ne andro lontana" from La Wally
and Richard Hundley's "Evening Hours" and "My Master Hath a
Garden" are also on Caplan's program.
Bridgewater College instructor Lacey Johnson -- who will be
playing the piano -- will accompany Wilson and Caplan.
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