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Not practicing very much in the pandemic; Bach as comfort food (and an example of how muscle memory is totally unreliable); a perk of playing music by live composers; three of the Four Pieces for Piano by Katerina Ruzickova Pinosova; Valse Boheme by Celeste Heckscher (and some thoughts on ledger lines); Cortege by Lili Boulanger.

I’m experimenting with a different way of recording this time–if the audio drives you crazy, please let me know.

Play-throughs (with some a little yelling) of last week’s porch concert: Katerina Ruzickova’s Four Pieces for Piano, Lili Boulanger’s Trois Morceaux, Dorothy Rudd Moore’s A Little Whimsy, and Florence Price’s Silk Hat and Walking Cane. Plus a first play-through of Rachmaninov’s Prelude in G major, Op. 32 No. 5.

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