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John McGough plays That’s What Friends Are For


That’s What Friends Are For–Myplaylists include music by Lee Liberace, Jon England, Richard Clayderman, Roger Williams, Hoagy Carmichael, Michel Legrand, Art Tatum, Dino Kartsonakis, Errol Garner, Charlie Schaffer, Russ Conway, Ferrante & Teicher, Carl Doy, Beegie Adair, Caravelli, Floyd Cramer, Geoff Love, Horst Jankowski, Ronnie Aldrich, Stanley Black, David Foster, Claude Bolling, Edison Valencia, Marrina Waks, and one Liberace imitator who tags his stuff [Roger Williams] and [Branson] and has told me not to mention his name. There are also many pieces by little known nobodies who are fantastic piano soloists, admired mainly by their YouTube fans. I am looking for videos of Bill Pursell, Felix Slatkin, George Shearing, John Arpin, Norm Geller, Norman Percival, and Gordon Franks. I would be amiss if I didnt have the greats Del Wood and JoAnn Castle on my page, however, they are only favorited, and not in the playlists. As much as I admire their talent, its a far cry from the romantic style Im after. # Hope you enjoy. # Keywords: Las Vegas Piano Solo Lounge Bar Jazz Standard Standards romantic concert pianist pianista pianiste pianoforte playlist playlists elevator music easy listening musica religiosa religious evangelica romantica himnos tradicionales cristianos religiosos evangelicos christian gospel evangelistic old hymns ragtime Steinway Baldwin Artist timeless classics movie themes

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Masterpiece: Liberace Plays The World’s

  • Masterpiece: Liberace Plays The World’s

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Avi 1V-8067: Masterpiece: Liberace Plays The World’s by Liberace

Masterpiece: Liberace Plays The World’s

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Wayland Pickard Plays Liberace

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A collection of all-time popular piano classics from the “Wonderful World of Liberace.” Wayland plays some of the world’s best loved popular piano themes, ini the tradition of Liberace, including Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Mozart, Bach, Gershwin, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Scott Joplin…and more.

Wayland Pickard Plays Liberace

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Pianist plays for Pattee Creek Market in Missoula Montana


The Liberace of Missoula,Pianist Asaph Adonai plays dinner,cocktail,and classical music for shopers for the glory God.

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by - December 19, 2010 at 7:23 pm

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Liberace Plays Rhapsody In Blue And Other Favorites

Liberace Plays Rhapsody In Blue And Other Favorites

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Liberace Plays Golden Themes From Hollywood

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Vintage Liberace doing great songs from classic movies. Stereo.
Tracks:
More (Theme from Mondo Cane)
Theme from Charade
Theme from The V.I.P.’s
Theme from Exodus
Theme from Days of Wine and Roses
Theme from Women of the World
Theme from A Summer Place
Maria (from Westside Story)
Moon River (from Breakfast at Tiffany’s)
Theme from Never On Sunday
Till There Was You (from The Music Man)
Theme from Irma La Douce

Liberace Plays Golden Themes From Hollywood

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Nigel Kennedy on George Enescu Festival plays Beethoven


Beethoven violin concerto Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Kennedy’s carefully maintained loutish persona is seen by some as abrasive and limiting to his career,[12] citing as an example his use of a ‘Mockney’ accent instead of the Received Pronunciation he had when he was interviewed as a child in 1964 on the BBC’s Town and Around.[13] Kennedy was attacked for his approach to classical music by John Drummond in 1991, calling him “a Liberace for the Nineties” and criticised his “ludicrous clothes and grotesque, self-invented accent.”[14][15] Until 2006 he had expressed his intention of not appearing on the classical London concert scene with a London orchestra, seen by some as arrogance[5] and stated by Kennedy in terms of frustrated perfectionism: “It all comes down to the amount of rehearsal you get, or don’t get, in this country. I insist on three or four sessions prior to a concert, and orchestral administrators won’t accommodate that. If I didn’t care about getting it right I could do three concerts in the same amount of time and earn three times the money. But you can’t do something properly in less time than it takes.”[5] This changed with his 2008 Proms appearance. Kennedy expresses concern[16] for the immediate appeal of live performance, and often records entire works or movements in single ‘takes’ to preserve this sense in his recordings. He also introduces improvisatory elements in his performances, as in his Jimi Hendrix-inspired cadenza to the Beethoven violin

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