ART OF MUSIC
Awaken The Creative Mind
Part of the introduction to the Great Masters Bach, Mozart and Beethoven will include performances of some of their music. These are a select few of the more simpler pieces that should demonstrate minimally the usage of the Left and Right hand in coordination with each other in a musical and expressive manner. This is an absolutely microscopic window into the almost infinite creativity and pinnacle of mastery of these extraordinary musical geniuses, but should provide the general public an easy and pleasing introduction to the Great Masters.
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Bach - Prelude in C major
Bach - Aria, Goldberg Variations
Bach - Cantata BWV 147, excerpt
Beethoven - Fur Elise
Bagatelle NO.25 in A minor (WoO 59) – Fur Elise
One of many bagatelles (a short, light and mellow piece typically for the piano) composed by the great Ludwig van Beethoven, often referred to as Fur Elise (For Elise).
Beethoven - Pathetique Sonata m.2
Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata m.1
Mozart - Piano Sonata in C major, excerpt
Michael - A Melody for Emily
First Composition in C major
My first composition that reflects the joy of having my first daughter, Emily. It has no regard to Academic Timing, Structure or Modalities, just emotional reflection of joy.