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Complete Reviews:

Review by Deryk Barker
Review by Steve Schwartz
Review by Adrian Tan
Review by Michael McDonagh

Essays by Richard Glazier:

Reflections on Meeting Ira Gershwin
George Gershwin: Historical Essay

Links to some special websites...

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George Gershwin
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Ira Gershwin
American Music Preservation -This is one of the largest informational online sites devoted to the preservation of American music, with hundreds of pages devoted to recordings and research.
Pro Musicis-The Sharing Of Music -Pro Musicis promotes visionary concert artists who awaken the human spirit wherever they perform. I won the Pro Musicis International Award in 1994.
Centaur Records - My wonderful record label
Steinway & Sons - My favorite piano
The National Federation Of Music Clubs -Since its founding in 1898, the NFMC has grown into one of the world’s largest music organizations with club and individual members of all ages. The NFMC is chartered by the Congress of the United States, and is the only music organization member of the United Nations. I won their Young Artist Prize in 1991.
PianoDisc - PianoDisc is the world’s leading manufacturer of player piano systems, with a dealer network that literally spans the globe.  I have recorded several projects for PianoDisc.
A dear friend of mine and a brilliant film critic and historian.

"Matías Bombal’s Hollywood" presents reviews of the current cinema now playing or coming soon at a theatre near you. The noted California showman, broadcaster and former movie palace manager Matías Bombal is known for his love of cinema from its beginning to the arrival of wide-screen films. This gives him a most interesting perspective on reviewing the current releases from either the major studios or independent producers. Matías Bombal writes about movies for Valley Community Newspapers, is a member of The Sacramento Press Club, and presents movie classics at The Crocker Art Museum. Mr. Bombal is heard on KAHI Radio, reviewing movies on the Thursday evening news and "Poppoff" on Fridays every week.

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"Two transcriptions by Percy
Grainger of Gershwin Standards
were relaxed, tender and
carefully voiced."

- The New York Times