Please Listen! Wonderful music collections! - October Online Recital

Dear GMG Members,

We have such a variety of music this month - Classical to Rag and Rock, Piano to percussion in Synthesizer!  Each one of them is unique and shows performer's special feelings.

Click "October 15, 2020 Concert" or "All recitals in One View"

Program:

Judy Darst :

Schubert Scherzo fr. Sonata no.10

Brahms Waltz Op. 39 no.15

Chopin Prelude No.9

Serge Lancen Zweifache

Trevin Dye

Frédéric Chopin Etude op.25 no.12 (Ocean Etude)

Ed Ewing

Ed Ewing Drums in the Park

Ed Ewing Pile Driver

Carol Andrus Wazlavek

Ludwig van Beethoven Polonaise in C Dur Op.89

Shoko Tanaka

Johannes Brahms Intermezzo A major Op.118 No.2

Sam Smith

William Bolcom Graceful Ghost Rag

Utako Tanigawa

Domenico Scarlatti Sonata K.47/L.499

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Op. 14 Rondo Capriccioso

Nico Brett

Freddie Mercury Bohemian Rhapsody


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