Matthay Festival 2007

King College, Bristol, Tennessee

June 13-16, 2007

9:00   Donald Hageman:
"With the Key, Not At It"
Marie Hasse:
Demonstration: First Lesson using Matthay Principles
Constance Carroll: "Progression"
10:30 Officers and Directors Meeting of the AMAP Kenneth Huber:
Master Class for Clara Wells Participants
Donald Hageman: "Applying Matthay Principles to Brahms's Opus 119"
Marie Hasse:
Master Class for Elementary Students
1:30 Clara Wells Scholarship Auditions Stephen Siek: “Rediscovered Treasures from Sotheby's: Matthay's Manuscripts at the RAM" Greg Anderson: Lecture Recital: "Reminiscences de 'transcription': A History and Defense" Terry McRoberts:
“Developing a Sense of Sound and Style in the Intermediate Years and Beyond”
3:00 Clara Wells Scholarship Auditions Neil Rutman: "Stravinsky and Petrouchka" Nigel Coxe on his Evening Recital Repertoire Recital by AMAP Members and Area Musicians
4:30     AMAP Annual Meeting (5:30 PM) Banquet at the Country Club of Bristol
8:00 Janice Razaq

Mozart: Sonata in C, K. 330
Rachmaninoff: Three Preludes from op. 23; d, D, and g
Ravel: Three pieces from Miroirs; Noctuelles, Une barque sur l’océan, Alborada del gracioso
Chopin: Three Etudes from op. 25; No. 5 in e, No. 6 in g-sharp, No. 11 in a “Winter Wind”

Dan Franklin Smith

Czerny: Variations on a Beloved Viennese Waltz
Beethoven: Six Variations in F, Op. 34
Chopin: Ballade No. 4 in f
Viktor Ullmann: Sonate No. 6, Op. 49
Jan Hugo Vorisek: Two Impromptus from Op. 7; No. 2 in C, No. 4 in A
Manuel Infante:El Vito (Variations)

Constance Carroll and Kenneth Huber

(Huber) Albeniz: Iberia, Book I; Evocacion, El Puerto, Fete-dieu a Seville
(Four hands) Mozart: Sonata in C, K. 521
(Carroll) Debussy: La Puerta del Vino; Ondine; Feux d'Artifice
Chopin: Nocturne in c-sharp, op. 27, no. 1
Chopin: Ballade No. 1 in g
(Four hands) Mendelssohn: Allegro brilliant, op. 92

Nigel Coxe

Bach/Petri: "Sheep May Safely Graze" (Birthday Cantata)
Schubert: Four Impromptus, D. 899
Bartók: Five pieces from Mikrokosmos, Book 6
Mendelssohn: Variations sérieuses

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