Edward Tarte Celebrates Christmas (Part 2 of 2) December 20, 2012

Edward Tarte Celebrates Christmas (Part 2 of 2)

Part 1 can be seen here.

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Hello. I’m Edward Tarte. At the suggestion of a commenter after my last video, I have just compiled an audio folder of Christmas music played by me on my piano. It contains 30 tracks, totaling 47 minutes of music. It ranges from “Silent Night” and “O Come All Ye Faithful” to “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town” and “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer.” Thirteen of the tracks are from my YouTube videos; the remaining 17 tracks are from my archives, recorded about 20 years ago. All tracks are in high quality stereo sound. Besides Christmas music, one track is Thanksgiving music, and one track is Easter music. All the tracks are labelled. If you have the means, you can burn the tracks onto one or more CDs. I will be happy to send you the audio folder free of charge, if you message me your email address.

If you really like the music that I offer, I invite you to consider helping me in a charitable undertaking. My chess coach and his wife, who live in Indonesia, were caring in their small home for his elderly aunt, who has Alzheimer’s Disease. But they are no longer able to handle that formidable burden. So, with a firm promise of monthly financial support from me, they have put her in an assisted living home. I can and will keep that financial commitment regardless. But I would not object to a modest donation from you into my PayPal account (you can PayPal any donations to this address).

There is another option, too. Instead of sending you the audio folder, I am very willing to mail you a CD of the music. I would just appreciate a few dollars to reimburse me for the cost of the CD and postage. For that option I will need your mailing address. Thank you, and whatever music you enjoy, happy listening 🙂

Sincerely, Edward Tarte

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