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|‘Mancheobcheongsan Sarangga (love song)’||from Chunhyangga|
|‘Jajin Sarangga (love song) Ibsechang’||from Chunhyangga|
|‘Farewell song’ and ‘Ssukdaemeori’||from Chunhyangga|
|‘Namdo minyo heungtaryeong’|
|‘Reunion between a father and his daughter’||from Simcheongga|
|Eunhye Jung||pansori singer|
|Sukki Yoon||pansori singer|
|Grieg||Ein Traum from 6 Songs, Op. 48|
|Strauss||'Beim Schlafengehen' from Vier Letzte Lieder, TrV 296|
|Schubert||Du bist die Ruh, D.776|
|Quilter||My Life’s Delight from 7 Elizabethan Lyrics, Op. 12|
|Kim||Like the wind Lotus goes to meet|
|De curtis||Ti voglio tanto bene|
|Puccini||‘Musetta's Waltz’ from La bohéme|
|Lehár||Dein ist mein ganzes Herz|
|Catalani||‘Ebben? Ne andrò lontana’ from La Wally|
|Puccini||‘O Soave Fanciulla’ from La bohéme|
|Singers from the Royal Opera House Jette Parker Young Artists Programme|
|Jae Eun Shin||piano|
In October 2017, Korean Sounds presents the fourth concert in the series and it is all about Love. Universally and in all ages, music has been a messenger of love.
This concert focuses on the dramatic genres – opera from the West and Pansori (musical storytelling) from the East. In the first half of the concert, pansori singers Eunhye Jung and Sukki Yoon perform various excerpts out of the pansori literature, including three love songs from the most famous pansori ‘Chunhyangga’.
In the second half of the concert, Korean tenor Keonwoo Kim and Australian soprano Lauren Fagan, both from the Jette Parker Young Artist Programme of the Royal Opera House, showcase opera arias. The concert concludes with Puccini’s love duet from the opera La bohéme, ‘O Soave Fanciulla’.
Part of K-Music 2017: London’s Festival of Korean Music