I can openly admit it without reservation. Kamberlynne is a better pianist than me. After teaching her for 6 years or so, I couldn't meet her needs anymore. We were very very blessed to have her audition and be accepted on partial scholarship at The Maryland Conservatory of Music, being taught by the tip top professor there. He is doing a little breaking down and rebuilding on some technique issues, and going hard core on scales and theory,and he's going back to some elementary pieces to do it, which can be frustrating to Kamberlynne. She is having to dig down deep, but we were all pleased with the results of only 5 weeks when she performed in the first student recital of the semester last Friday.
Here is Beethoven's Sonatina in G, first movement, and MacDowell's To a Wild Rose.