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Ken Lin, Second Year Masters Piano Recital


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George Frideric Handel  (1685–1759)
Keyboard Suite No. 1 in B-flat Major, HWV 434 
     I. Prelude 
     II. Sonata
     III. Aria and Variations

Johannes Brahms (1833–1897)
Variations on a Theme by Haydn, Op. 56b
     Theme - Andante 
     Variation 1 - Andante con moto
     Variation 2 - Vivace
     Variation 3 - Con moto
     Variation 4 - Andante
     Variation 5 - Poco presto
     Variation 6 - Vivace
     Variation 7 - Grazioso
     Variatoin 8 - Poco presto
     Finale - Andante

Yu Wu, piano

- Intermission -

Johannes Brahms (1833–1897)
Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel, Op. 24 
     Theme. Aria
     Variation I
     Variation II. Animato
     Variation III. Dolce
     Variation IV. Risoluto
     Variation V. Espressivo
     Variation VI
     Variation VII. Con vivacità
     Variation VIII
     Variation IX. Poco sostenuto
     Variation X. Energico
     Variation XI. Dolce
     Variation XII. Soave
     Variation XIII. Largamente, ma non più
     Variation XIV. Sciolto
     Variation XV
     Variation XVI. Piano, ma marcato
     Variation XVII. Più mosso
     Variation XVIII. Grazioso
     Variation XIX. Leggiero e vivace
     Variation XX. Legato
     Variation XXI. Dolce
     Variation XXII
     Variation XXIII. Vivace e staccato
     Variation XXIV
     Variation XXV

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