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Appearances

Events and Programs featuring
Elizabeth Wagele

  • Elizabeth will present a panel of teens at the 2015 International Enneagram Conference in San Francisco on August 1. Conference is July 30 – August 2. She is looking for teens to represent the 9 types, teens who have read her new book, “The Enneagram for Teens.” Please write her at wagele.icloud.com
  • Elizabeth presented a panel of young people discussing her book, “The Enneagram of Death”, summer of 2013 in Denver.
  • July 31, 2009, Elizabeth spoke on her new book “The Career Within You”at the IEA Conference in Las Vegas with Ingrid Stabb. The subject was “A Guide to the Ideal Work Situation Using the Enneagram”.
  • May 16, 2009, Elizabeth gave a talk to NCIEA (Northern California International Enneagram Association) on Parenting and Children.
  • August 27, 2006 Elizabeth gave a talk at Black Oak Books in Berkeley CA on “THE HAPPY INTROVERT.”
  • At the International Enneagram Conference in Chicago, August 4 2006 Elizabeth presented this workshop:

“How to Teach the Enneagram to Children from 6 to 12 – in the Classroom and at Home.”

She also hosted a Children and the Enneagram Network lunch
and performed piano variations on the nine styles of personalities based on a children’s nursery song (“Jack and Jill”) at the welcome reception.

At the International Enneagram Conference in San Francisco
in August, 2000, Elizabeth presented a 90 minute concert

“The Enneagram of Music – the Sky’s the Limit”
with Knute Fisher and Courtney Behm, singers

While Elizabeth’s CD, The Beethoven Enneagram, emphasizes her classical music background, this performance explored classical,  rock,  movie music,  jazz, the American musical, and more…

THE PROGRAM:

Variations on an All Too Familiar Theme – type One plays the Theme, followed by eight variations. Improvised by Elizabeth Wagele.

In some of the following music, the flavor of the type is enhanced by the way it is played. In most, the type is clearly rooted in the composition.  Some of the words of the songs were changed.

ONE
1. Chopin Prelude in A – Op 28 #7. Piano. Dignified, proper.
2. Tarantella. Fast dance.  Piano.
3. One-note Samba. (Safe and compulsive.) By Jobim and Mendonca. Sung by  Courtney Behm.
4.   I’m Sorry. By Allbritten and Self. Sung by Courtney Behm.
5.   Bach Air on a G-String. From Suite #3. Piano.

TWO
1.   It All Depends on You. 1926 , by DeSylva, Brown and Henderson.  Sung by Knute Fisher.
2. Somebody Loves Me by George  Gershwin (“Somebody NEEDS Me”).  Sung by Knute Fisher.
3. In a Simple Way I Love You by Gretchen Cryer and Nancy Ford.
Sung by Courtney Behm.

THREE
1.  America (My Country Tis of TheeÖof Thee I Sing) and
Of Thee I Sing, G and Ira Gershwin. 1931. Sung by Courtney Behm.
2.  Applause from “Applause,” 1970, by Adams and Strouse.
Sung by Knute Fisher.
3. Nobody Does It Better by Bayer and Hamlidch. Sung by Courtney Behm.
4. Gonna Build a Mountain by Bricusse and Newley. Sung by Courtney and Knute.

FOUR
1 Intro to “Much More” from the Fantastiks words by Tom Jones
Spoken by Courtney Behm.
2.   Movie theme: The Deer Hunter. Piano.
3.   Bartok: #26, For Children. Piano.
4.   Sicilienne by Gabriel Faure (1845-1924). Piano.
5.   Yesterday by McCartney and Lennon. Sung by Courtney Behm.
6.   One Hand One Heart by Leonard Bernstein from “West Side Story.”  Sung by Courtney and Knute.
7.   Bach Sarabande  from “English Suite #6.” Piano.

FIVE
1. Bartok: #1, Music for Children. Piano.
2.    Chopin Mazurka, op. 67 #4 (1836). This describes the sensitivity that  some Fives feel inside. Piano.
3  More Than You KNOW  by Youmans,1929. Sung by Knute Fisher.
4. Hernando’s Hideaway by Adler and Ross, from “The Pajama Game”.  Sung by Courtney and Knute.

SIX
1.  Dragnet (TV theme), followed by diminished chords. Piano.
2.  Haydn’s Surprise Symphony. Short excerpt. Piano.
3.  Hector Villa-Lobos: Punch. Piano.
4.  Circus tune. Piano.
5. Tico Tico Toc (a dance). Piano.
6. I Whistle a Happy Tune. By Rogers and Hammerstein. Sung by Courtney Behm.

SEVEN
1. Bartok: #5, Music for Children. Piano.
2 Plop Plop Fizz Fizz. (AlkaSeltzer Commercial) Sung as a round by Courtney and Knute.
3 Happy Talk by Rogers and Hammerstein. From “South Pacific.”
Sung by Knute Fisher.
Windmills of My Mind. From the movie, “The Thomas Crown Affair.” Sung by Courtney Behm.

EIGHT
1. Go Down Moses.  American slave song. Sung by Knute Fisher.
2. Blue Monk by Thelonius Monk. Piano.
3. Whatever Lola Wants, Lola Gets (from Damn Yankees)  by Adler and Ross.  Sung by Courtney Behm.
4.    Born to be Wild by Mars Bonfire. Sung by Courtney and Knute.

NINE
1 Schumann From Foreign Lands (within “Scenes from Childhood”). Piano.
2 Close as Pages in a Book by D. Fields and Sigmund Romberg.
Sung by Courtney and Knute.
3. Undecided.  By Robin and Shavers. Sung by Courtney Behm.
4. Brahms Lullabye. Piano.

ENDING
A piece which, to me, represents wholeness more than a particular type: Beethovenís  Bagatelle #3, opus 126.

Elizabeth thanks Courtney for her help in choosing some of the songs and both Courtney and Knute for their wonderful voices, ability to communicate type differences, and helpful suggestions.

At the IEA Conference in Santa Monica in 2003, Elizabeth presented

“The Enneagram of Music, 2003:From Bach to Broadway, From Pachelbel to Pop”

Elizabeth Wagele, piano; Courtney Behm and Knute Fisher, singers.

THE PROGRAM:
Enneagram Variations on Chopsticks – Piano
1. THE THEME – proper and a bit prissy.
2. A relationship between two people.
3. Fast – with bravado ending.
4. Based on Chopin’s “Funeral March.”
5. Abstract. 12-tone scale.
6. Hesitant/scary/hesitant.
7. Blues bass. Fun.
8. Based on Hungarian Dances.
9. Based on Pachelbel’s “Canon” with ending in whole tone scale.

ONE
1. Bach, a One, Invention in C. Piano. “Carefully organized.”
2. I’m Sorry. By Allbritten and Self. Sung by Courtney Behm
3. Ain’t Misbehavin’. By Andy Razaf, Fats Waller, and Harry Brooks, Sung by
Courtney.
TWO
1. People, Piano. By Bob Merrill and Jule Styne. “People who love people are
the luckiest people in the world.”
2. It All Depends on You. 1926. By DeSylva, Brown and Henderson.
Sung by Knute Fisher.
3. Somebody Loves Me. By George Gershwin. Sung by Knute.
4. As Long as He Needs Me. By Lionel Bart. Sung by Courtney.
5. In a Simple Way I Love You. By Gretchen Cryer and Nancy Ford.
Sung by Courtney.” The redeemed Two.”
THREE
1. Bumble Boogie. Piano.
2. Applause from “Applause.” By Adams and Strouse. Sung by Knute.
3. C’est Moi. By Lerner and Lowe. Sung by Knute.
4. Nobody Does It Better. By Bayer and Hamlisch. Sung by Courtney.
FOUR
1. Movie theme: The Deer Hunter. Piano. “Nostalgic.”
2. Yesterday. By McCartney and Lennon. Sung by Courtney.
3. The Desperate Ones. Words by Jacques Brel, music by Gerard Jouannest.
Sung by Courtney and Knute.
4. Much More from the Fantastiks. By Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt. .
Sung by Courtney.
FIVE
1. Chopin Prelude Opus 28 #4. Piano. “This sustains right hand notes while the
harmony shifts in the left hand. Expresses 5 sensitivity.”
2. More Than You KNOW by Youmans,1929. Sung by Knute.
3. And So it Goes by Billy Joel. Sung by Courtney.
4. You Don’t Know Me. By Cindy Walker and Eddy Arnold. Sung by Courtney
and Knute.
SIX
1. Hector Villa-Lobos: Punch. Piano. “Nervousness.”
2. Dragnet (TV theme), followed by diminished chords. Piano. Lead in to:
3. Will You Love Me Tomorrow? By Carol King and Gerry Goffing. Sung by
Courtney and Knute.
4. I Whistle a Happy Tune. By Rogers and Hammerstein. Sung by Courtney.
SEVEN
1. Mozart, a 7. Sonata K. 570, Allegretto. Piano. “Lively, playful.”
2 Plop Plop Fizz Fizz. (AlkaSeltzer Commercial) Sung as a round by Courtney
and Knute.
3. Happy Talk. By Rogers and Hammerstein. From “South Pacific.”
Sung by Knute.
4. Cockeyed Optimist. By Rogers and Hammerstein. Sung by Courtney.
5. Everything’s Coming Up Roses. By Jule Styne and Stephen Sondheim.
Sung by Courtney and Knute.
EIGHT
1. Chopin Prelude Opus 28 #7, Piano.”Brooding strength, then soft side,
returning to strength at very end.”
2. Go Down Moses. American slave song. Sung by Knute.
3. Big Spender. By Cy Coleman and Dorothy Fields.
Whatever Lola Wants, Lola Gets. By Adler and Ross (from Damn Yankees).
Sung by Courtney.
4. Born to be Wild. By Mars Bonfire. Sung by Courtney and Knute.
NINE
1. Robert Schumann From Foreign Lands (from “Scenes from Childhood”).
Piano.
2. Undecided. By Robin and Shavers. Sung by Courtney.
3. Dock of the Bay. By Steve Cropper and Otis Redding. Sung by Knute.
4. Brahms Lullabye. Piano.
ENDING:
No one is Alone. By Stephen Sondheim (from “Into the Woods”). S ung by
Courtney and Knute. “A song about wholeness for all of us.”
Elizabeth thanks Courtney for her help in choosing the songs and Courtney and Knute for their wonderful voices, ability to communicate type differences, and helpful suggestions.

You may obtain a tape of these performances by contacting
the Conference Recording Service, Inc.
1308 Gilman St., Berkeley, CA, 94706 www.conferencerecording.com

The music included in the performances and the CD

The Beethoven Enneagram

Type/OPUS

1. 90 Piano Sonata #27 in e (first movement complete)

2. INTRODUCTION. (spoken)

3. Type ONE. THE PERFECTIONIST.
53 Piano Sonata #21 in C, “Waldstein” [1803-4] (first movement, excerpt)
2#2 Piano Sonata #2 in A [1793-5] (fourth movement – Rondo, excerpt)
Ode to Joy improvisation (based on the Ninth Symphony)

4. Type TWO. THE HELPER.
90 Piano Sonata #27 in e [1814] (first movement, excerpt)
111 Piano Sonata #32 in c [1821-2] (second movement, excerpt)

5. TypeTHREE. THE ACHIEVER.
79 Piano Sonata #25 in G [1809] (first movement – Alla Tedesca, excerpt)
31#1 Piano Sonata #16 in G [1802] (second movement, excerpt)
129 Rondo a capriccio in G, “Rage Over a Lost Penny,” excerpt [1795]

6. Type FOUR. THE ROMANTIC.
109 Piano Sonata #30 in E [1820] (first movement, excerpt)
10#1 Piano Sonata #5 in c [?1795-7] (first movement, excerpt)
110 Piano Sonata #31 in Ab [1821-2] (second movement, excerpt)
10#2 Piano Sonata #6 in F [1796-7] (second movement, excerpt)
2#2 Piano Sonata #2 in A [1793-5] (third movement complete – Scherzo)

7. Type FIVE. THE OBSERVER.
27#1 Piano Sonata #13 in Eb, [1800-01] (first movement, excerpt)

8. Type SIX. THE QUESTIONER
57 Piano Sonata #23 in f, “Appassionata” [1804-5] (first movement, excerpt)
31#2 Piano Sonata #17 in d, “Tempest” [1802] (third movement, excerpt)

9. Type SEVEN. THE ADVENTURER.
2#2 Piano Sonata #2 in A [1793-5] (first movement, excerpt)
31#1 Piano Sonata #16 in G [1802] (first movement, excerpt)
31#3 Piano Sonata #18 in Eb [1802] (first movement, excerpt)

10. Type EIGHT. THE ASSERTER.
111 Piano Sonata #32 in c [1821-2] (first movement: Maestoso, excerpt)
109 Piano Sonata #30 in E [1820] (second movement, excerpt)

11. Type NINE. THE PEACEMAKER.
7 Piano Sonata #4 in Eb [1796-7] (last movement – Rondo, excerpt)
101 Piano Sonata #28 in A [1816] (first movement, excerpt)
12. 126 CONCLUSION and Bagatelle #5 in G, complete [1823-4]

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