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The first of Alnar's Eight Piano Pieces composed in 1935. 

Hasan Ferit Alnar (1906-1978) is one of the first generation of Turkish composers of Western classical music known as the "Turkish Five." He is particularly known for his ability to meld elements of traditional Ottoman music and Western music as he was an accomplished performer on the kanun, a zither. This set of pieces is a true gem with catchy tunes, exciting rhythms, and all geared toward the late intermediate/early advanced piano performer. Alnar dedicated the set to his teacher of harmony in Turkey, Huseyin Sadettin Arel, a well known theorist. 

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Kathryn Woodard, piano

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The second of Hasan Ferit Alnar's Eight Piano Pieces composed in 1935.

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The third of Hasan Ferit Alnar's Eight Piano Pieces composed in 1935.

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The fourth of Hasan Ferit Alnar's Eight Piano Pieces composed in 1935.

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The fifth of Hasan Ferit Alnar's Eight Piano Pieces composed in 1935.

Kathryn Woodard, piano

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The sixth of Hasan Ferit Alnar's Eight Piano Pieces composed in 1935.

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The seventh of Hasan Ferit Alnar's Eight Piano Pieces composed in 1935.

Kathryn Woodard, piano

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The eighth of Hasan Ferit Alnar's Eight Piano Pieces composed in 1935.

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Qin Qian & Kathryn Woodard perform at SALON 33 (Princeton, NJ) on November 17

 

We are pleased to announce the premiere of "Lively Dance" by Ulvi Cemal Erkin arranged for orchestra by Kathryn Woodard on November 22 by the Haverford College Orchestra conducted by Heidi Jacob

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