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- piano 362
- memories of growing up 227
- personal experiences 201
- Spouse 163
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- Anaheim symphony 1
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Ann Lombardi, 59, interviews her friend Anna Woo, 42, about her family’s immigration to the United States and her life here since that day in April 1976.
Marie tells her daughter, Donna, stories of her childhood and family in North Carolina.
Patty Dominguez (60) interviews her friend Lorelle Nelson (79) who shares about her international adventures and her work as a piano technician.
A 92 year old lady who lived an honest and productive life, worked in a family business and raised a family of which she is justifiably proud.
Today I interviewed Jane Calder. I have known her for nine years now. Although I have known her for so long, k have never known much about her. I learned about her childhood, life, mentors, and so much more.
Caroline Shapero (72) tells her son Don Shapero (47) about her mother’s career as a renowned cellist, and about the life of her cello.
Jonathan (22) interviews his grandmother, Dorothy (90), about growing up in Asheville, the boarding house her mother had, and the boyfriends she had as a young girl.
I interviewed my 75 year old grandmother, and asked her about what life was like when she was a little girl. What she wished for me and my children, and what she was proud of in her own life.
A student and teacher sit down one afternoon after a piano lesson to talk about life. Two generations come together to explore piano and politics, life and death.
This is a remembrance of a talented young pianist whose career was interrupted when she experienced a repetitive-stress piano injury during her freshman year at the Eastman School of Music.
Today i interviewed my piano teacher of 9 years. Over the nine years, I only knew about her past students and children. Today I wanted to know more about her childhood, career, passions and proudest moments.
Velma’s childhood in Oakland being the first Chinese and only girl in her school. Going back and forth to China just after war times, & starting the Orange County symphony.
Patricia Evans (63) tells her friend, Brooke Soard (43), about her grandmother, Lottie, and the musical legacy that she left.
In honor of the StoryCorp virtual mobile tour coming to Montana. (I am Program Director for Montana Public Radio) another interview with my two younger children about this crazy spring living in this era of the social distancing and life.
I think that my interview went really well with my mom I think I learned a lot of things that I never knew about her and also for her to reflect on some of her life issues was cool to...
Ann Hennessey (51) interviews her daughter, Teresa Duran (15), about her experience of life. Teresa talks about school, being bullied, her hobbies, and her dreams for the future.
Jim Cunningham, Born 1933 is a man of many professions. When Lucas Grey joined by his Uncle Jim Cunningham sat down at a piano for an interview. Jim Cunningham grew up in the small town of Belpre Ohio, and was...
Edith discusses her 101 year life, highlighting music, including her time spent at Juilliard School and Columbia University. She also discusses her family; both while growing up and the family she started with her husband John. She also mentions how...
My grandma talks about the time her and her family moved a piano down South street.
Friends Beth Jackson (64) and James Edward "Pudgie" Elliott III [no age given] talk about their love of music. Pudgie talks about growing up in New York City as the oldest child in his family. They sing a few different...