February 11th, Online Recital-Fabulous Lineup

Date: Thursday, February 11th Time: 10:45-11:00 a.m. -Social 11:00 - 12:30 p.m. - Online Recital Please click the "sign up page" at the home page, Zoom link is posted at the sign up sheet. Listeners, you will enjoy not only listening to the variety of music but also hearing the comments about music and studying tips from the performers.

We have wonderful entries for the GMG February online recital as follows:

Ed Ewing Ed Ewing Lost Love

Georgina Lavery Ludwig Van Beethoven Sonata No. 5 in C minor, Op.10. No. 1

J. Michael Brounoff Schubert, Sonata in A-minor, D. 845, ii. Andante, poco mosso

Judy Darst Jean Sibelius Bagatelle Op.34 no.1 Valse

Judy Darst Franz Liszt Consolation no.2

Judy Darst Jean Sibelius Bagatelle Op.34 no.5, Boutade

Julie Woodall Johann S. Bach Fantasia from Partita #3

Laurie Searle (Clarinet) & Sam Smith (Piano) Gerald Finzi Five Bagatelles op 23 - III: Carol

Sam Smith Felix Mendelssohn Song Without Words op 67-3

Utako Tanigawa Jean-Philippe Rameau L'Egyptienne

Utako Tanigawa Robert Schumann/Franz Liszt Widmung

Utako Tanigawa Frederic Chopin Sonata Op. 58 Finale

Nico Brett Frederic Chopin Grande Valse Brilliante in E♭ Major, Op. 18

Nico Brett Ernesto Lecuona Mazurka en Glissando


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