Elegie, written by Cecile Chaminade, is a very beautiful but sad piece. In music, an elegie is a sad and miserable song. Elegie reminds me of a gloomy but peaceful lake on a cold cloudy winter day. While I was practicing this piece, some challenges I faced were the two note slurs and the dynamics. I hope you enjoy this piece.

~ Presentation by Lucy Sliwowski

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Cindy H Tseng
Cindy H Tseng(@cindy-h-tseng)
11 days ago

Picture – This photo of the lake, the hill, and its reflection in the water, on a gloomy day with hues of pink and blue in the sky was a magnificent selection to connect to a sad, yet peaceful and beautiful musical work. Intro – Your introduction absolutely framed the… Read more »

Lotchie Carmelo
Lotchie Carmelo(@lotchie-carmelo)
9 days ago

Hello, Lucy. That was lovely and very emotional. Congrats on a job well done.

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