Music school has Father’s Day recital |

Music school has Father’s Day recital

Provided to the TribunePastor Robert Orr holds a microphone for Paul Waite as he plays "Power of Your Love" on the guitar at the Tahoe Christian School of Music Spring Recital.

Dozens of dads were treated with the gift of music on Fathers Day as their children performed at the second annual Tahoe Christian School of Music Spring Recital.

The recital included two clarinet, five guitar and 22 piano performers. The students ranged in age from 4 to 14 and played a variety of different musical styles. The musical styles included American folk songs like “Yankee Doodle” played by Sarah Ehrler, “Skip to My Lou” by Hugh Killebrew and “Row, Row Row Your Boat” by Suzie Elias.

Blues, jazz and ragtime songs like “Piano Blues” were played by Garrett Bronken, “Blues Progression” by Matt Andrew, Brian Hanshaw and Greg Tindle, “When the Saints Go Marching In” by Stephanie Betts, “Rockets Boogie” by Jennifer Prebezaz and “The Entertainer” by Brette Harrington.

Classical and contemporary Christian music such as “Holy, Holy, Holy” were played by Maria Tracy, “Ode To Joy,” by Natalie Daly, “Amazing Love” by Hannah Daly and “Power of Your Love” by Paul Waite, were played on the guitar and “Calvary’s Love” by Kellie Kolari and “Come Just As Your Are” by Kylie Noll were played on the clarinet.

Additional selections included songs like “Trapeze Artist” by Meredith Grasso, “Get Ready Rock” by Holly Brumbach, “Angry Alligator” by Kelly McKay, “Cops and Robbers” by Gabriella Tracy and “Old McDonald Rocks” by Jeremy Worley.

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