A week in the life...

So much for my New Year's resolution to write a post every week...hey, there's always next week!

Just for kicks, I thought I'd post a list of the repertoire I played last week (Sunday through Friday).

Sunday evening:  Wayland International Choir concert in Artesia, NM:
   "Create a Rhythm" - Pepper Choplin
   "The Ground" - Ola Gjeilo
   "The Great Gate of Kiev" from Pictures at an Exhibition - Modest Mussorgsky
   "Dona nobis pacem" - Hyun Kook
   "A Place in the Choir" - Janet Wheeler
   "Ritmo" - Dan Davison
   "I Will Rise" - Chris Tomlin

Monday evening and Tuesday evening: duo recital with Eric Fried, violin
   Sonata in G major, K. 301 - W. A. Mozart
   Sevilla from Sevillanas - Isaac Albeniz
   Tango from Espana - Albeniz/Mischa Elman
   Sonata in A major - Cesar Franck
   La Jota Aragonese, op. 64 - Camille Saint-Saens

Wednesday afternoon - clarinet senior recital hearing
   Sonata in F minor, op. 120, no. 1 - Johannes Brahms
   Black Dog - Scott McAllister

Thursday afternoon - voice senior recital hearing
   "Quia fecit mihi magna" from Magnificat, BWV 243 - J.S. Bach
   "The trumpet shall sound" from Messiah - G. F. Handel
   "Litanei" and "Vom Mitleiden Maria" - Franz Schubert
   "Jesus de Nazareth" - Charles Gounod
   "En priere" - Gabriel Faure
   "I got me flowers," "Love bade me welcome" and "The Call" from Five Mystical Songs - Ralph Vaughan Williams
   "The Lord's Prayer" - Albert Hay Malotte

Friday afternoon - tuba senior recital
   Tuba Concerto - Edward Gregson
   Andante from Concerto for Double Bass - Antonio Capuzzi
   Vocalise, op. 34, no. 14 - Sergei Rachmaninoff

This is why maintaining a healthy technique is so important!!  Yowza!