Music Appreciation - Piano Compositions & Recitals

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Music Appreciation

EVENTS
CD's of Recital 1 are available
Listen to exerpts by clicking on the cover,
 
BRING CLASSICAL MUSIC TO LIFE.
 
For the layperson who would like to gain some understanding of  how to listen to Classical Music.
 
For the lover of Classical Music who would like to know more.  
 
5 pieces will be chosen from the list below.

19th February 3.00
A talk on the :
Devices Music Composers use to create their Music

INTERVAL.
Please Join us for a cup of tea or coffee and a biscuit.                                           

2nd half                 

Sonata No. 8 “Pathetique” 2nd movement L van Beethoven.
Nocturne op 9 no 2      F. Chopin.
Liebestraum No 3       F Liszt
Clair de Lune              C Debussy
Rustle of Spring           C Sinding

As you listen you may be able to notice some of the aspects that we spoke about.
If you can it is good. If not it is also fine.  You may like to come again to get to understand more about the "Devices Music Composers use to create their Music." The more you hear the information the more it will be accepted by the subconscious mind. This way it will become automatic allowing your understanding of Classical Music to develop.

Please join us if you enjoy classical piano music, or would like to know more about it.

Booking is essential.  Entrance is R75.00 per person

List of Music
Allegro from Italian Concerto J.S. Bach BWV 971
First Movement Sonata op 27 No2 (Moonlight) L van Beethoven.
Sonata No 8 "Pathetique," 2nd movement op 13.  L van Beethoven
Introductione Molto Adagio from the Waldstein Sonata L. van Beethoven.
Clair de Lune C. Debussy.
Liebestraum No 3 F. Liszt
Rustle of Spring C Sinding
Nocturne Op 9 No 2 F. Chopin.
Etude op 10 no 12 (Revolutionary) F. Chopin
Geogia on My Mind (Arrangement Oscar Peterson)
Maple Leaf Rag Scott Joplin
Original compositions
Song Without Words No 1 Valerie Kerr
Joyful.
Crepuscular
Reverie



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