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Scenes from Childhood
Donna Lee, piano

Kinderscenen, Op. 15 (Scenes from Childhood)  18:49
Robert Schumann  (1810-1856)
1. Of Foreign Lands and People  2:41Audio Sample
2. Curious Story  :54
3. Catch Me  :35
4. Pleading Child  :55
5. Perfectly Happy  1:30
6. Important Event  1:04
7. Reverie  3:22
8. By the Fireside  :56
9. Knight of the Hobby-Horse  :46
10. Almost Too Serious  2:21
11. A Scare  2:17
12. Child Falling Asleep  2:09
13. The Poet Speaks  2:56
14. Virtuoso Alice  15:55
David del Tredici (b. 1937)
Two Fairy Tales, Op. 26, Nos. 1 & 2  5:31
Nicolas Medtner (1880-1951)
15. No. 1  3:44
16. No. 2  1:42
Selections from Cinderella  17:04
Sergei Prokofieff (1891-1953)
17. Waltz, Op. 102  6:38
18. Allegro grazioso, Op. 102  1:38
19. Summer Fairy, Op. 97  1:58
20. Crickets & Dragonflies, Op. 97  :59
21. Moderato dolce, Op. 102  5:31

DONNA LEE, piano
American pianist Donna Lee made her solo debut in 1990 with the
National Symphony Orchestra after winning the Young Soloist Concerto
Competition.  Since then, she has appeared as soloist and chamber
musician at venues such as Kennedy Center's Concert Hall and Terrace
Theater in Washington, DC, Cleveland Museum of Art's Gartner
Auditorium in Ohio, and Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall in New
York. Internationally, she has performed in China and Italy, and has
toured extensively throughout Sweden and Japan.  She has been heard
in     many broadcast performances, including WQXR, NY; WCLV,
Cleveland, OH; WGMS, Washington, DC; Swedish Radio; and Voice of
America, Far East.  She has recorded for the Proprius and Innova
labels.  The Scenes from Childhood program marks her solo recording
debut on the Azica label.

Donna Lee earned her degrees from Peabody Conservatory of The Johns
Hopkins University (DMA), The Juilliard School (MM), and the
University of Maryland, College Park (BM), where she studied with
prominent artist-teachers Julian Martin, the late Rudolf Firkusny,
and Thomas Schumacher, respectively.  She has taught at Peabody
Conservatory and Bucknell University.  Presently, she is on the piano
faculty at Kent State University where she is Assistant Professor of
Music; during the summers, she teaches at Interlochen Arts Camp.

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