Documenting Teresa Carreño

Sherman and Clay Hall (March 22, 1901)

Description

Carreño appeared in an evening concert at the Sherman and Clay Hall in San Francisco. She performed Moonlight Sonata (Beethoven, Ludwig van), Nocturne, op. 37, no. 2, Barcarolle, Etude in A flat, Ballade in A flat (Chopin, Fryderyk), Impromptu in A flat, Soirée de Vienne (Schubert, Franz), "Marche Militaire" (Schubert-Tausig), "An Arabian Night," Scherzino (Watson, Regina), Nocturne (Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Il'yich), Hungarian Rhapsody, no. 6 (Liszt, Franz). For the encore Carreño performed a Berceuse (Chopin) and her own Kleiner Waltz ("Mi Teresita").


Source

Announcement: The San Francisco Call, 18 March 1901, 7. 

Review: The San Francisco Call, 23 March 1901, 14.

Transcription

The San Francisco Call, 18 March 1901.

A "request" concert will be given on Friday evening next by Mme. Carreno at Sherman & Clay Hall. The price will be a popular one and seats are now on sale at Sherman & Clay Hall.
The San Francisco Call, March 23, 1901.

Mme. Carreno Gives Her Final Recital—Brilliant Pianist Arouses Great Enthusiasm on Her Last Appearance in This City.

The last recital of Mme. Carreno was given last evening at Sherman-Clay Hall. Mme. Carreno graciously responded to to a crowded house. The brilliant pianist outdid herself and aroused overwhelming enthusiasm. The first number on the programme was the "Moonlight" sonata of Beethoven. It was rendered with a rich, warm sympathy, delicate pathos and brilliant execution that gave fullest value to each phase of the beautiful movements. The Chopin group was given with utmost grace, and consisted of the Nocturne op. 37, No. 2; the Barcarolle (by request), A flat Etude and the A flat Ballade. There was also a Schubert group, the charming A flat "Impromptu," the picturesque. "Soiree de Vienne." Schubert-Liszt, and the Schubert-Tausig "Marche Militaire," which simply carried the audience off its feet. Two numbers new here; a delightful Oriental tone poem. "An Arabian Night," and a "Scherzino" of Regina Watson's, were much enjoyed; the beautiful Tschaikowsky "Nocturne" was repeated by special request, and the sixth "Hungarian Rhapsodie" of Liszt, which was given heroic rendering, roused the audience to the highest pitch of enthusiasm.

Mme. Carreno graciously responded to two encores, giving her own graceful little "waltz" and the Chopin "Berceuse."

She leaves this morning for the north.

 

Citation

“Sherman and Clay Hall (March 22, 1901),” Documenting Teresa Carreño, accessed May 26, 2020, https://documentingcarreno.org/items/show/505.

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