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Poetry, romance and song. Combine these ingredients to create a charming recipe for a Fruelingskonzert. The Houston Saengerbund Choirs will perform in both German and English as this mixed choir pays homage to the beloved Rhine river, the longest in Germany, with a Beer drinking song: Am wunderschoenen Rhein. In contrast, two songs by Robert Schuman: Laendliches Lied and Die Minnesaenger celebrate this master composer’s ability to compose lovely part-songs for all voices, delicately intertwined. 

After a cold winter they will perform songs that welcome a renewal of life – from a Volkslied to a 17th century tune with the original lyrics written by St. Francis of Assisi in 1225: Ye watchers and Ye Holy Ones. There will be the ever popular Tulpen aus Amsterdam and the tango, Bella Bella Marie, which was sung all over the world when the Andrew sisters performed it in 1948.

Poetry, romance and song. Combine these ingredients to create a charming recipe for a Fruelingskonzert. The Houston Saengerbund Choirs will perform in both German and English as this mixed choir pays homage to the beloved Rhine river, the longest in Germany, with a Beer drinking song: Am wunderschoenen Rhein. In contrast, two songs by Robert Schuman: Laendliches Lied and Die Minnesaenger celebrate this master composer’s ability to compose lovely part-songs for all voices, delicately intertwined.

After a cold winter they will perform songs that welcome a renewal of life – from a Volkslied to a 17th century tune with the original lyrics written by St. Francis of Assisi in 1225: Ye watchers and Ye Holy Ones. There will be the ever popular Tulpen aus Amsterdam and the tango, Bella Bella Marie, which was sung all over the world when the Andrew sisters performed it in 1948.

Poetry, romance and song. Combine these ingredients to create a charming recipe for a Fruelingskonzert. The Houston Saengerbund Choirs will perform in both German and English as this mixed choir pays homage to the beloved Rhine river, the longest in Germany, with a Beer drinking song: Am wunderschoenen Rhein. In contrast, two songs by Robert Schuman: Laendliches Lied and Die Minnesaenger celebrate this master composer’s ability to compose lovely part-songs for all voices, delicately intertwined.

After a cold winter they will perform songs that welcome a renewal of life – from a Volkslied to a 17th century tune with the original lyrics written by St. Francis of Assisi in 1225: Ye watchers and Ye Holy Ones. There will be the ever popular Tulpen aus Amsterdam and the tango, Bella Bella Marie, which was sung all over the world when the Andrew sisters performed it in 1948.

WHEN

WHERE

First Evangelical Lutheran Church
1311 Holman St.
Houston, TX 77004
http://houstonsaengerbund.org/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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