Peter McKenzie Armstrong
                                      Piano Performance Highlights *

                                                      Reviews: New York Times; Aufbau; Washington Times
                                                      [This is ancient history**, as I last performed in the '80s.]

    Ferruccio Busoni -- these works in an all-Busoni solo recital at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center,
    and at college/university music departments and regional arts venues nationally, in 1979

      Elegien  (1907)
        1.   Nach der Wendung - Recueillement
        2.   All' Italia! - In modo napolitano
        3.   "Meine Seele bangt und hofft zu Dir" - Choralvorspiel
        4.   Turandots Frauengemach - Intermezzo
        5.   Die Nächtlichen - Walzer
        6.   Erscheinung - Notturno

      Sonatinas -- also as a studio recording engineered by David Hancock, NYC, in 1978 00000
        1.   [Untitled]  (1910)
        2.   seconda  (1912)
          Il tutto vivace, fantastico, con energia,
          capriccio e sentimento...Lento occulto
        3.   ad usum infantis Madeline M.* Americanae  (1916)
          Molto tranquillo
          Andante melancolico
          Vivace (alla Marcia)
          Molto tranquillo
          Polonaise (un poco cerimonioso)
        4.   in Diem Nativitatis Christi MCMXVII  (1917)
        5.   brevis in Signo Joannis Sebastiani Magni  (1919)
          In freier Nachdichtung von Bachs
          Kleiner Fantasie und Fuge d-moll
        6.   Kammer-Fantasie über Bizets "Carmen"  (1920)

      Toccata  (1921)
                   [ ]   Preludio - Fantasia - Ciaccona

    Arnold Schönberg -- from concert at The Neighborhood Music School, New Haven, CT, 1993.
    The work was programmed to just-precede my Krikos 1, a piano duo performed with Rebecca Raffaelli.
    Anton von Webern -- from solo recital at The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, 1983

    Ernst Lévy -- from faculty recital at Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT, 1980;
        00 recording released to Novello Publications

      Five Pieces (1945) 
        1.   Un poco rubato, cantabile
        2.   Leggiero
        3.   Sempre legato
        4.   Rudo - lamentoso
        5.   Con impetù e sempre cantando

    Ross Lee Finney -- from recital at The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, 1983

    * Except for those of Busoni's Sonatinas #1;4-6, these [N]-linked audio files are digitized cassette-
       tapings from live public performances.

    ** Early on: Town Hall, NY, as winner of Steinway Hall Competition ('52); concerto soloist with
       the Philadelphia Orchestra at Worcester MA Festival ('55);   solo performances at New England
       Conservatory's Jordan Hall, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the Wadsworth Atheneum
       (Hartford), and over Boston-area radio on stations WCRB and WEEI.