RGC Play List for October 19, 2020 on Zoom

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right Laa-Laa & Dipsy

October’s RGC meeting on Zoom was no less animated than when it was held in person. Stimulating performances ranged from Jerry’s eloquent description of John Denver’s expressive music to Steve Greene’s antic interpretation of Malegueña with special guest, Dipsy from Teletubbies, backing him up on his Martin Backpacker. Here is the play list:

Jeremy Carter, “El Condor Pasa” ( Daniel Alomía Robles, based on a traditional Peruvian folk tune)
Ken Luk, “Your Mother Should Know” (Lennon/McCartney)
Richard Taglieri, “Younger Than Spring Time” (Richard Rodgers, from South Pacific )
Steve Greene, “Malegueña interpretation” “Ernesto Lecuona”
Lou Alano, “The Water is Wide” (Scottish folk song, arr. Ed Gerhard)
Bob Mooney, “Ave Maria” (Franz Schubert, arr. Bob Mooney)
Jeremy Carter, “Goodbye Again” (John Denver)
Ken Luk, “Prelude No.One” (Francisco Tarrega)
Richard Taglieri, “Oh, My Darlin’ Clementine” (Percy Montrose)
Lou Alano,  “Into Dark” (Andrew York)
Steve Greene, “Moonlight in Vermont” (Karl Suessdorf)
Bob Mooney, “Stayin Alive” (The Bee Gees, arr. Bob Mooney)
Tom Napoli, “The Ashes, the Rain, and I” (Joe Walsh)
Jeremy Carter,”Shanty” (Jonathan Edwards)
Ken Luk, “When the Sun Goes Down” (Robert Lockwood Jr.)
Bob Mooney, “Victory Rag” (James Scott)
Lou Alano, “Nocturne” (Aaron Shearer), “Bookends” (Paul Simon)

~Richard Taglieri, Ken Luk

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