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We won’t let a little old pandemic stop us from having a recital!
For the Spring 2020 recital, all performances have been recorded at home by the students themselves. And for some of the younger students, many thanks go to their parents for the technical support.
We were originally scheduled to perform on two separate Sundays, April 26 and May 3, at The Courtyard at Mt Tabor. As a senior living and care facility, it was one of the first places to close to outside visitors when the Coronavirus was just arriving in the United States.
We are all in the midst of stay-at-home orders and keeping physical distance from others when away from home. Gatherings of any size are prohibited. Technology is our friend. And so is born the Virtual Recital.
A YouTube Playlist follows containing all the video recordings of the twelve performers. A photo gallery follows the playlist. I asked all the families to shoot some photos of their student either performing or just a casual photo enjoying themselves at home. After that, I list the program, in no particular order.
|Cora L||clarinet||Ode To Joy||Ludwig Van Beethoven|
|Ryan P||alto sax||Ode To Joy||Ludwig Van Beethoven|
|Elinor S||clarinet||*Duet: Alouette||French-Canadian Folk Song|
|*Duet: Ode To Joy||Ludwig Van Beethoven|
|Annabelle R||tenor sax||*Duet: My Funny Valentine||Richard Rogers|
|Evelyn G||clarinet||Lullaby||Johannes Brahms|
|O Canada||Lavallée, Routhier, Weir|
|Lily W||clarinet||Hail The Conquering Hero||George Handel|
|Deborah H||clarinet||Trio: Farewell To The Forest||Felix Mendelssohn|
|Alan P||alto sax||Excerpts from Operas: Luisa Miller||Guiseppe Verdi|
|Lucia di Lammermoor||Gaetano Donizetti|
|Der Förster||Friedrich von Flotow|
|Daniel B||clarinet||*Duet: Don’t Get Around Much Anymore||Edward Kennedy “Duke” Ellington|
|Caiden S||alto sax||La Gazza Ladra excerpt||Gioachino Rossini|
|Jenny G||clarinet||Hornpipe||George Handel|
|My Favorite Things||Richard Rogers|
|Julian L||tenor sax||Now’s The Time||Charlie Parker|
*I am playing the second duet part in duets marked with an asterisk, on the same instrument as the student. Deborah H is playing all three parts of the trio.