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The Lark as an Unexpected Romance

The Lark as an Unexpected Romance

Mikhail Glinka’s “The Lark” exceeds the definition of a Romantic era composition. It is not defined by harmonies or styles, but rather by the symbolism of a skylark––a free, untamed creature that glides the pastel blue skies and sings through an arbitrary adventure. As you look on and listen to the birdsongs, you will begin […]

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Notturno

Notturno

Piano performance has always been a part of my life. For a while, I was disconnected with it due to the unexpected public health crisis and various other issues in my personal life. This “Notturno” by Edvard Grieg was the piece to get me back on a stage, after four years. As a result, it […]

Beethoven – Pathetique Sonata

Beethoven – Pathetique Sonata

When I think of Beethoven’s Pathetique Sonata, I think of a unique stormy masterpiece that utilizes all aspects of the piano perfectly. Its creative use of dynamics and articulation makes it an exciting piece to play and to hear, but not overwhelming to the audience. Learning the first movement was strenuous, but eventually rewarding. One […]

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