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Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Anna Egan Sings the Standards

We were fortunate enough to have the famous Anna Egan as our artist-in-residence this weekend. Since many of you have been so generous as to contribute to her Salzburg fund, we decided to make a few bonus videos as a perk for DarwinCatholic readers. Our intimate salon served as the stage for these fine arias, and the audience was properly attentive, howling in appreciation and trying to pound the piano. My phonograph machine was plumb out of whack, so we had to use the dated technology of Anna's laptop to record. Sorry for the hiss.

First up: Come Raggio Di Sol, by Antonio Caldara, Mezzo: Anna Egan; Accompaniment: Jack

It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing), Crooned by Anna Egan; Accompanied by a Hack.


Anonymous said...

The Blackadder Says:

Your sister has quite an impressive set of lungs.

Bill Hoog said...


Jenny said...

Yay Jack!

I majored in clarinet and had to take copious hours of piano lessons as a part of the program, but I never really put in enough time to make the piano stick.

Now I wish I had a piano at my house, but, alas, there is no room. What a blessing to be able to make music with family