I had hoped that Hi8 would hold up better. But at least we have something. And, I do plan to upgrade the video. (Extraneous noises, courtesy of the videographer's tripod.)
Sister Sylvia adds ornamentation to the Largo Movement of Vivaldi's Spring.
Day 2: Brenda retaliates, armed with the fruits of a second trip to the Library.
Sylvia connects her ability to improvise to the questionable virtue of the Method Book.
Sylvia uses Brenda's penchant for replication to strengthen her case. (Some overlapping)
The final cadence of Vivaldi's Concerto, Winter, and the end of the Play. Curtain calls.
Sister Sylvia dal Violone,
Helen Martin(Bio, see Home Page)
Frances Fanelli moved to the Napa Valley from Philadelphia where she was an Assistant Professor and Piano Instructor at the Philadelphia University of the Arts. She is a winner of the International Leschetizky Association Piano Competition which resulted in a Town Hall recital in New York City. A student of Leon Fleisher, Ms Fanelli is currently specializing in the Suzuki Method, teaching piano to both children and adults. She is among the top, premier solo and chamber performers in the San Francisco Bay Area. Ms Fanelli is listed in the International Who's Who of Musicians and American Keyboard Artists.
EXCERPT FROM ACT II
I am always revising, updating, so this excerpt is not entirely consistent with the video above.