9/3 Musicale Narrative

We had a new guest, Natale who is a pianist and piano teacher in Roswell. Welcome, Natale!

All the participants truly enjoyed the excellent presentation by Carol Wazlavek. She will post her presentation available to you soon. After Carol's Chopin Ballade #2, Utako played Scarlatti K.380/L.23 and explained briefly the characteristics of this music.

Then all the participants joined to share their special music in their lives. They are Rachmaninoff Concerto #2, Chopin's music including e minor Waltz, Gail-Haydn Trio, orchestral pieces such as Prokofiev's and Mendelssohn's.

Next week, Pam Martin will play and present Chopin Ballade #4!

See you next Wednesday, 9/9!

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