Remembering Karen Carpenter (2 March 1950 – 4 February 1983)

Remembering Karen Carpenter March 1950 – 4 February Her voice is still unmistakable. Pure, clear, honest, and missed deeply. Under-rated.

Karen and Richard Carpenter in the 70s

If you know who the carpenters were andwhere they lived -Carpenters - Nixon - Office

Remembering Karen Carpenter (2 March 1950 – 4 February 1983) ~ A Tribute

A classic by The Carpenters. Written by Leon Russell. Keep Karen & Richard's musical legacy alive by finding their songs on iTunes.

Karen Carpenter playing the drums

Karen Carpenter wearing a "Lead Sister" tee. Can we all agree this is fantastic?

Karen and Richard Carpenter in the 70s

The album Carpenters Gold: Anniversary Edition is published by The Carpenters in the year .

Yuja Wang, a diminutive pianist with big hands

Yuja Wang, a diminutive pianist with big hands

Rachmaninoff Prelude in G major, Opus 32. No. 5 played by Valentina Lisitsa

Rachmaninoff Prelude in G major, Opus No. 5 played by Valentina Lisitsa

The story of an Old Wooden Bridge, Sutton Forest, New South Wales, Australia

The story of an Old Wooden Bridge, Sutton Forest, New South Wales, Australia

Rachmaninoff Prelude in G major, Opus 32. No. 5 played by Vladimir Ashkenazy

Rachmaninoff Prelude in G major, Opus No. 5 played by Vladimir Ashkenazy Loooooove♥

Youthful and happy: Karen Carpenter

Karen Carpenter, March 1950 – February Heart failure brought on by severe Anorexia Nervosa.

Vide cor Meum by Patrick Cassidy

Vide Cor Meum Composed by Patrick Cassidy Performed by Danielle De Niese & Bruno Lazzaretti

Chopin's etude in A flat major Opus 25 No. 1 (Aeolian harp) played by Lang Lang.

Chopin Etude "Aeolian Harp" -- This ties with two works by Beethoven as my favorite piece of music. Lang Lang plays this with just the right touch.

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