September 2019 Concerts

Published: August 17, 2019

Tuesday September 10th and Thursday September 12th

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Paul Siverthorne, viola
David Owen Norris, piano

September 10th

Ludwig van Beethoven (1870-1827) – Grand Duo (arrangement by Friedrich Hermann of the Septet Op 20, edited and revised by Paul Silverthorne)

1.  Adagio Allegro con brio

2.  Adagio cantabile

3.  Tempo de menuetto

4.  Tema con Variazioni,  Andante

5.  Scherzo.  Allegro molto e vivace

6.  Andante con moto all Marcia – Presto


Alban Berg (1885-1935) – Four Pieces Op 5 (arranged Silverthorne)

1. Mäßig

2. Sehr langsam

3. Sehr rasch – Langsam -Sehr hastig

4. Langsam

Edward Elgar (1857-1934)— Sonata in E minor Op 82

1. Allegro

2. Romance – Andante

3. Allegro, non troppo


September 12th

Frank Bridge (1879-1941) – ‘There is a willow grows aslant a brook’ (arranged Benjamin Britten)

Rebecca Clarke (1886-1979) – Sonata

  1. Impetuoso
  2. Vivace
  3. Adagio – Allegro

Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) – Sonata in E flat Op 120 No 2

1. Allegro Amabile

2. Allegro Appassionato

3. Andante con moto Allegro

Cole Porter (1891-1964) two songs arranged by Gary Carpenter.

“Ev’ry time we say goodbye”

“It’s alright with me”

Amigos de Música concerts at Os Agostos begin at 7.00pm sharp.  Doors open at 6.00pm and wine, fruit juices and canapés will be served. There will also be a short interval with refreshments served. Entry donation is €25 per person for guests and non-members.

The AMIGOS DE MÚSICA is an international group of around 90 members who stage musical activities by internationally renowned musicians and also sponsor young Portuguese musicians. It is a non-profit organization and celebrated its twenty-eighth anniversary last year. 

Os Agostos is an impressive XVlll century country estate located above Santa Bárbara de Nexe and near Bordeira. For navigation instructions go to: and then to “HOW TO GET THERE”.

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