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Larry Norman

Larry Norman singing "I Wish We'd All Been Ready"


Christopher Parkening and Kathleen Battle:

Parkening playing some Bach with a harpsichord accompanist:

Parkening plays Villa-Lobos etude nr.1

YouTube video of Keith Green singing and playing "Your Love Broke Through" from his first album:

Another Keith Green YouTube, "You Put this Love in my Heart"

Parkening playing duet of "Spanish Dance Nr. 1" with David Brandon:



Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice playing Dvorak:


Faure: Requiem in Paradisum:


Bach: Brandenburg Concertos:


Mozart: Symphony Nr. 40


Brahms: Symphony Nr. 1, next 2 videos


Larry Carlton: Bubble Shuffle


A Schubert Impromptu played by Alfred Brendel:


Another Schubert Impromptu, Op.90/No.2 in E-flat played by Brendel

Schubert: Serenade (German: "Ständchen" -- (I give you the German lyrics afterward, and my own translation thereof before them.

Softly pleading comes my singing
through the night to you
down in the quiet glade of the forest
Come my love to me
Whispering slender treetops rustle
In the moon's soft light
in the moon's soft light
Jealous spy is listening hostile
Darling, have no fear
Darling have no fear
Do you hear the nightingales beating?
Oh! they beckon to you.
With the sound of sweetest moans
they plead on my behalf
They understand my fragile heartstrings
know the pain of love, know the pain of love,
motivate with silver tones every tender heart, every tender heart.
Let us also move you, bosom
Listen love to me
trembling up against you, waiting, 'gainst you waiting, 'gainst you waiting.
Come, make happy me. Come, make happy me. Make happy me.

The German Lyrics:
Leise flehen meine Lieder
Durch die Nacht zu dir
In den stillen Hain hernieder
Liebchen komm zu mir
Flüsternd schlanke Wipfel rauschen
In des Mondes Licht
In des Mondes Licht
Des Verräters feindlich lauschen
Fürchte Holde nicht
Fürchte Holde nicht
Hörst die Nachtigallen schlagen
Ach! sie flehen dich.
Mit der Töne süßen Klagen
flehen sie für mich.
Sie verstehn des Busens Sehnen,
kennen Liebesschmerz, kennen Liebesschmerz,
rühren mit den Silbertönen jedes weiche Herz.
Laßauch dir die Brust bewegen
liebchen, hore mich,
bebend harr'ich dir entgegen,
komm, beglükke mich, komm, beglükke mich!

Schubert: Piano Sonata, D. 960, played by Alfred Brendel, next 4 videos