Here are 54 short tunes for each card.
Each Ace melody is a sassy quick catchy theme.
The 2s are quiet and tender.
The 3s are lovely and expansive.
The 4s are intelligent and intricate.
The 5s are slow and beautiful.
The 6s are romantic and pensive.
The 7s are interesting and involved.
The 8s are poignant and delicate.
The 9s are mysterious and dramatic. The 10s are spicy and fun.
The Jacks have a jazz flavor.
The Queens are amazing and touching.
The Kings are majestic and regal.
The Colorful Joker is very whimsical and playful.
The Black and White Joker is the grand Finale!
I’m looking forward to going to visit my P.E.O. sisters in Tampa Bay, Florida and giving a concert on February 17th.
This will be the third state that I perform the Founder’s Program, Washington and Pennsylvania being the other two.
An additional bonus is that I will be staying with a descendant of Alice Bird Babb, one of the founders!
These ten dramatic piano solos capture the essence of beloved characters in literature.
From the high energy of young Amy, to the poignant melancholy of Beth, to the riveting
gallop of spirited Jo, to the sophisticated beauty of Meg, these songs emulate The Little Women. Minnehaha, Evangeline and Ramona works unfold their epic tragedies.
And finally, from The Yearling, from a delicate cripple neighbor boy to the giant grizzly bear, to the daunting storm, these spectacular piano works will leave the listener inspired.
A collection of piano solos with a variety of styles including :Classical,
Contemporary, a March and the Roaring 20s. There are also some very
peaceful quieter composition.Some uses for these songs are: giving Founder’s Day Program,
being played at initiations and many of these songs have been played at State Conventions!
Cost of the CD is $15 plus $3.50 for shipping and handling. Please contact Jill with orders or
questions. Thank you!
The song begins with frantic chromatic scales rushing up the piano in pursuit of success,
followed by a full sweep up to a victorious descent.
This music creeps up the piano to an Alfred Hitchcock like tune, then drops down to
a riveting chase scene, ending with huge crashing sounds.
This daunting etude creeps slowly up to the break in the wave and then eerily plunges down to the abyss.
This composition is so ginormous it took two pictures to illustrate its magnitude.
“The Build” of the Tidal Wave is portrayed by low daunting octaves building towards the
second picture entitled “The Release” which is full octaves at full volume in a very dramatic run down the piano.
This tranquil peaceful exercise floats gently upward to a heavenly, calming descent.
This wave sounds nothing short of rage as the musical phrases aggressively rivet
up to the apex, where the temper tantrum begins, then plummeting to serious