A simplified version of Pachelbel's Canon in D:
which was followed by Lichner's A Short Story from the Suzuki piano book number 2.
Dussek's Sonatina Op. 20, No. 1:
followed by Melody Bober's Dance of the Autumn Leaves.
I didn't video the performances because I figured they were too tired from the long weekend to play their best. Actually, though, each did amazingly well with their respective first number -- I guess the adrenaline of being on stage woke them up. And the second pieces faltered a little, but the mistakes were undoubtably more obvious to someone who has heard this stuff played every day for the past 2 months and was sitting there thinking "hmm, I don't think that has the correct phrasing".
Later a friend came over, and as darkness fell a tent was pitched in our backyard
for a camping adventure. Thalia decided not to be a part of this, citing a desire for sleep. And, indeed, it's now 7:20am, I started to hear voices and see movement out in the tent 20 minutes ago
and Thalia is still sound asleep upstairs.