Musical Club of Hartford

10/13/2022: Music by Members

Bridget de Moura Castro will perform two well-known melodies: one arranged for organ, another for voice and piano, with *Patricia Gray, vocalist. ​Sonata in D minor, by Frank Bridge, will be performed by Fran Bard, cello, and Carolyn Woodard, piano. Cynthia Lang, flute; Fred Fenn, bassoon, and *Donald Myers, clarinet will play Trio No. 2, by Ignace Pleyel. To conclude, Carter Johnson (an E. B. Storrs Scholarship recipient) will perform the Capriccio on the departure of a beloved brother, BWV 992 (1704) by J.S. Bach.

Bridget de Moura Castro and Patricia Gray
Fran Bard and Carolyn Woodward
Cynthia Lang, Fred Fenn, and Donald Myers


Rondeau from Abdelazer by Henry Purcell (1659-1595)
He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands arr. by Margaret Bonds (1913-1972)
Ave Maria by Gordon Saunders (early 20th century)
Carillon by Herbert Murrill (1909-1959)

Bridget de Moura Castro, Organ
Patricia Gray*, Vocalist

Sonata in D Minor by Frank Bridge (1879-1941)

Allegro ben Moderato

Fran Bard, Cello
Carolyn Woodard, Piano

Trio No. 2 by Ignace Pleyel (1757-1831)


Cynthia Lang, Flute
Donald Myers*, Clarinet
Fred Fenn, Bassoon

[Note: The following work was scheduled but not performed, due to the illness of Mr. Johnson.]

Capriccio on the departure of a beloved brother, BWV 992 (1704) by ​J.S. Bach (1685-1750)

​i. Arioso: Adagio. ‘Friends gather and try to dissuade him from departing’
ii. ‘They picture the dangers which may befall him’
iii. Adagissimo. ‘The friends’ lament’
iv. ‘Since he cannot be dissuaded, they say farewell’
v. Allegro poco. ‘Aria of the postilion’
vi. ‘Fugue in imitation of the postilion’s horn’

Carter Johnson, Piano