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BREAKING NEW GROUND
SAMPLE PROGRAM

      "Breaking New Ground" is a recital of piano music that in some way pushed boundaries when it was written. Fred chooses from works whose innovations are well-known such as Schoenberg's early forays into atonal music, little-known works such as Mozart's compositions for mechanical instruments, and music that pushed societal limits, such as works by Clara Schumann who was one of the first woman composer-performers to gain prominence.


Pianist Frederick Moyer and his "MoyerCam"

      The program also includes contemporary ground-breaking pieces, such as works written for Fred by the brilliant jazz pianist and composer Donal Fox. Finally the recital features Fred's own innovations, such the MoyerCam, a video projection system that allows the audience to see the pianist's hands from virtually any seat.

Notes & Footnotes

BREAKING NEW GROUND



Andante, K. 616 (originally for mechanical organ)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart


Thirty-two Variations in C Minor, WoO 80
Ludwig van Beethoven


Three Studies for the Left Hand Alone
Max Reger


Hungarian Rhapsody No. 12
Franz Liszt


Intermission



Themes from "Gone City"
Donal Fox


Gymnopedie No. 1
Erik Satie


Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 7
Clara Schumann