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« Reply #100 on: October 01, 2010, 07:02:21 AM »

Albeniz:
From suite española, Asturias leyenda

Bach:
Tow part invention no. 1, 8, 13
Three part invention no. 1 and 15
Prelude and fugue no 2 in c minor wtc 1
Prelude and fugue no 8 in e flat minor wtc 1
Ana Magdalena book

Beethoven:
Fur elise
Sonatina no 5
Sonata op 13 Pathetique
Sonata op 31 no 2 Tempest
Sonata op 79
Sonata op 90
Sonata op 111(first mov)

Chopin:
Preludes no. 4,6,7,20
Valses: op 64 no 1 and 2, Op posth in A minor
Nocturnes: Op posth in C sharp minor, op 15 no 1
Etudes op 10 no 7
          op 25 no 12
Scherzo no 1 op 20
Ballade no 1 op 23

Ginastera:
Danza op 2 no 1 "Danza del viejo boyero"

Czerny
Etudes (various)

Debussy
Prelude no 8 book no 1
Clair d Lune

Mozart:
Fantasia in D minor
Sonata k 545
Concerto no 3 (First mov)

Liszt
Etude de concerto "Un Sospiro"
Schubert-Liszt, Standchen

Prokofiev
Etude op 52 no 3 or op 53  no 2, i cant remember
Tow Vision Fugitive
Op 4 no 4 Diabolical Suggestions

Rachmaninov
Etude Tableaux op 33 no 2 in C major
Prelude op 32 no 10

Scalatti:
Sonatas (various)

Schuber:
Moment Musical no 3

Now Learning:

Bach: Prelude and fugue no 6 in D minor WTC II
Beethoven: 32 Variations in C minor
Liszt: Etudes de Paganini no. 6
Rachmaninoff: Prelude op 32 no 10
Prokofiev: Sonata no 2 op 14
Shostakovich: Piano Concerto no 2 op 102

Im from Guatemala, i studing on the National Conservatory, now im 22, i study piano since i was 13










oh i just LOVE Prokofjevs op 4 no 4 Smiley)))))))))))))))))

BUT people PLSSSS play more rachmaninov :'dddddddddddddddddddd
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« Reply #101 on: October 15, 2010, 03:23:22 AM »

I havent posted on here for a few weeks/month. Busy with real life.

My current repertoire is :

Haydn,Sonata in B-flat major, Hob 16/2
Chopin, Etude #12 op.25
Marc Parella, Sonata El Sonoro
Carter Pann, Upstate Rag
Carter Pann, Soiree Macabre
Raina Murnak, Le Mystere D'Attraction
Robert Rollin, Blue Fantasy
Matthew Lewis, Fantasy-Suite (with djembe)
Saint Saens, Piano Concerto #2
Gershwin, Rhapsody in Blue


The above repertoire is everything I will be performing during the 2010-2011 season.

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« Reply #102 on: October 26, 2010, 10:22:08 PM »

Bach- Prelude and fugue in F minor bk 2
          Rondo and Capriccio from partita in C minor
Beethoven- mvts 3 and 4 op 26 sonata in A flat maj
Bartok- Dances in hungarian rhythm 2,3,6
Chopin- nocturne op 32 no 1+2
Debussy- La Cathedrale Engloutie
Mozart- Durnitz sonata 1st mvt

 

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« Reply #103 on: October 27, 2010, 01:47:30 AM »

piano transcription of Bach Little Fugue in G Minor
Beethoven Sonata No. 20
Chopin Etude Op. 10 No. 9
Chopin Etude Op. 10 No. 12
Chopin Etude Op. 25 No. 12
Debussy Suite Bergamesque Part 3 (Clair de Lune)
Godowsky transcription of Albeniz Tango

haven't been taking piano all that seriously lately...am actually going to be more serious starting now
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« Reply #104 on: October 28, 2010, 12:50:59 AM »


This is my repetoir for the past year.
 Completed:
Fantaisie Impromptu by Chopin
Chopin Polonaise in A Op.40 No.1 "Military"
Debussy Claire De Lune
Debussy 1st Arabesque

In progress:
Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata movement 3
Rachmaninoff Moment Musicaux No.4 In E minor
Sonata Pathetique by Beethoven 1st movement

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« Reply #105 on: July 13, 2011, 04:57:49 AM »

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« Reply #106 on: July 14, 2011, 04:19:19 PM »

Well I think this is a neat thread, and we should revive it yet again! Here is my list of repertoire from the past few years:


•   J. S. Bach
o   Two-Part Inventions
o   WTC 1
   Prelude and Fugue No. 6 in D Minor
   Prelude and Fugue No. 10 in E Minor
o   WTC 2
   Prelude and Fugue No. 6 in D Minor**
•   L. van Beethoven
o   Concertos
   Concerto No. 2 in B-flat Major, Op. 19: I. Allegro con brio*
o   Sonatas
   Sonata in F Minor, Op. 2 No. 1: I. Allegro
   Sonata in C Minor, Op. 13*
   Sonata in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 27 No. 2*
   Sonata in G Minor, Op. 49 No. 1*
   Sonata in F Minor, Op. 57: I. Allegro assai**, II. Andante con moto**
•   J. Brahms
o   Ballade in G Minor, Op. 118 No. 3**
•   F. Chopin
o   Ballades
   Ballade No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 23**
o   Nocturnes
   Nocturne in E-Flat Major, Op. 9 No. 2
   Nocturne in E Minor, Op. post. 72*
   Nocturne in C-Sharp Minor, Op. P1 No. 16*
   Nocturne in C Minor, Op. P2 No. 8
o   Preludes
   Prelude in E Minor, Op. 28 No. 4
   Prelude in D-Flat Major, Op. 28 No. 15
   Prelude in C Minor, Op. 28, No. 20
o   Impromptus
   Fantaisie Impromptu in C-Sharp Minor, Op. post. 66*
o   Waltzes
   Grand Valse Brillante, Op. 18
   Valse Melancolique in F-Sharp Minor
•   C. Debussy
o   Arabesque, L 66 No. 1*
o   Reverie, L 68
•   G. F. Handel
o   Fantasia in C Major, HWV 490
•   F. J. Haydn
o   Concerto in D Major, Hob. 18: I. Vivace*
•   A. I. Khachaturian
o   Sonatina in C Major*
•   F. Liszt
o   Hungarian Rhapsody No. 11 in A Minor**
•   W. A. Mozart
o   Sonata in C Major, K 545*
•   S. Prokofiev
o   Sarcasms, Op. 17 No. 3*
•   S. Rachmaninoff
o   Fantasy Pieces, Op. 3
   Polichinelle, Op. 3 No. 4**
•   F. Schubert
o   Impromptus
   Impromptu in A-Flat Major, Op. 90 No. 4
   Impromptu in A-Flat Major, Op. 142 No. 2*
*- Works that were memorized/performed.
**- Current Repertoire

Sorry about the funky format. I copied it over from a Word Doc. I am 14 years old. I started piano when I was 3, but I didn't take from a serious teacher until I was 8.
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« Reply #107 on: July 14, 2011, 06:16:30 PM »

Hello!

In the last 2 years, I enjoyed performing...

Bach WTCII Prelude and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 875
Beethoven Piano Sonata No. 11 in B-Flat Major, Op. 22
Brahms Fantasien Op. 116
Chopin Ballade No. 2 in F Major, Op. 38
Ginastera Piano Sonata No. 1, Op. 22
Mozart Piano Sonata K.332
Prokofiev Four Pieces Op. 4, No. 4 "Suggestion Diabolique"
Ravel Miroirs - IV. Alborada del gracioso
Scarlatti Sonatas L241/L366

I'm currently enjoying...

Bach English Suite No. 5 in E Minor, BWV 810
Liszt Reminiscences de Don Juan (S.418)
Prokofiev Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Major, Op. 26
Schubert Piano Sonata in A Minor, D. 784




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« Reply #108 on: July 15, 2011, 01:17:53 AM »

My Repertoire - from the past year

Beethoven; Fur Elise
                sonata no. 8 Pathetique - 2nd Movement

Scott Joplin; Maple Leaf Rag
                  The Entertainer

Debussy; Claire De Lune
             1st Arabesque
             Reverie

Rachmaninov; Prelude in B minor, op. 32 no. 10

Chopin; Etude op. 10 no. 3
           Etude op. 10 no. 5

Haydn; sonata in E flat No. XV1/38

Liszt; Liebestraum No. 3

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« Reply #109 on: July 15, 2011, 05:48:06 PM »

Well, this is the most important of my whole time repertoire. I am 16, by the way Smiley

J.S.Bach
- Two part Inventions no.1, 8 and 10
- Three part Inventions no.3, 7 and 11
- Prelude and Fugue in B flat Major, 1st book
- Prelude and Fugue in F minor, 2nd book
- Prelude and Fugue in G Major, 1st book
- Prelude and Fugue in F sharp minor, 1st book
- Prelude and Fugue in C Sharp Major, 1st book*

L.v Beethoven
- Sonata op.2 no.3
- Sonata op.10 no.1

W.A.Mozart
- Sonata KV333, in B flat Major

F.Schubert
- Impromptu op.90 no.2, in E flat Major

J.Brahms
- Ballade op.118 no.3

F.Chopin
- Etudes op.10 no.5* and 8
- Etudes op.25 no.1 and 2
- Waltz op.64 no.2, in C sharp minor
- Polonaise op.26 no.1, in C sharp minor
- Ballade no.2, in F Major*

R.Schumann
-Abegg Variations op.1*

C.Debussy
- Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum, from Children's Corner
- Jardins sous la Pluie, from Estampes*

S. Rachmaninoff
- Prelude op.32 no.12, in G sharp minor

A.Scriabin
- Etude op.8 no.10

F.Liszt
- Waldesrauschen etude

The * means that I am currently working on.

That's it. Smiley

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Bach - Toccata in f sharp minor, BWV 910
Beethoven - Sonata op.57, "Appassionata"
Liszt - "Après une lecture du Dante"
Tchaikovsky - Concerto 1
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« Reply #110 on: July 15, 2011, 06:58:04 PM »

Too many pieces-
I'll just list my current repertoire:

Prokofieff: Sonata No. 2 in D minor
Haydn: Variations in F minor
Haydn: Sonata in F major, 23
Rachmaninoff: Pollichinelle and Elegy
Mompou: Cancion y Danza XI
Debussy: Arabesque No. 1
Ravel: Jeux D'eau

Rachmaninoff: Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
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« Reply #111 on: July 21, 2011, 10:41:34 AM »

My repertoire

Bach:
- Invention 1, 4, 8 & 15
- Prelude 1
- A. M. notebook (:p)

Beethoven:
- Fur Elise
- Moonlight Sonata mvt 1 & 2
- Pathètique Sonata mvt 2

Czerny:
- Etudes Op 849 No 1-30
- Etudes Op 740 No 36

Chopin:

- Prelude Op 28 No 4, 6, 15 & 20
- Valse Op 64 No 1
- Valse KK IV b No 11
- Nocturne Op 9 No 2

Mozart:
- Sonata K545 mvt 1

Kabalevsky:

- Book II Op 51

Tiersen:

- L'apres midi

Glass:
Truman Sleeps

Final Fantasy Piano Collections:

- To Zanarkand
- Wind Crest
- Melodies of Life

Pachelbel:
- Canon in D

Schubert:

- Impromptu Op 90 No 3 (in progress)

I'm 22 years old and I started playing in februari 2010.
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« Reply #112 on: July 21, 2011, 09:39:18 PM »

The only ones i really know are:

Satie: Gnossiennes I

Beethoven: Für Elise

Liszt: Consolation III


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« Reply #113 on: July 22, 2011, 01:02:08 PM »

this is all that I "finished" I'm afraid, I really should play more

Schubert - Impromptu Op. 142 No. 2
Schubert - Impromptu Op. 90 No. 4
Chopin - Prelude Op. 28 No. 20
Rachmaninoff - Prelude Op. 3 No. 2
Rachmaninoff - Paganini Rhapsody variation 18
Scriabin - Etude Op. 2 No. 1
Scriabin - Etude Op. 8 No. 5
Scriabin - Prelude Op. 11 No. 1
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« Reply #114 on: July 22, 2011, 01:41:48 PM »

This is a great thread, kudos to the individual who revived it. I really needed to review my repertoire for my own purposes so I'll just do it here and then copy and edit the list.

I am 23, this is not a complete list as I only included the most important pieces. Sorry about the missing opus numbers, I'm going to work soon so I've rather rushed through this list.

Bach
-Preludes and Fugues: Most of them
-Partita in Bb major
-Partita in C minor
-Partita in D major
-Toccata in D major
-Toccata in E minor
-Concerto in G minor
-Chromatic Fantasie and Fugue (in progress)

Beethoven
-Sonata Op. 27 "Moonlight"
-Sonata Op. 57 "Appassionata"
-Grande Sonata Pathetique
-Sonata Op. 101 in E Major


Chopin
-Etude Op. 10 No. 3-4
-Ballade in F major
-Ballade in Ab major
-Ballade in F minor - in progress
-Heroic Polonaise

Schumann
-Novelette op. 21 no. 8

Brahms
-6 Piano Pieces
-Piano Violin sonata in A Major

Grieg
-First Peter Gynt Suite

Franck
-Piano Violin Sonata in A major

Debussy
-Jardin Sous La Pluie
-Suite Bergamesque (everything, not just Clair de Lune)
-La Cathedral Anglotique
-Fireworks

Gershwin
-3 Preludes
-Rhapsody in Blue (never finished)

Barber
-4 Excursions

Prokofiev
-Sonata #2 in D minor (in progress)
-Sonatine Pastorale in C
-Visions Fugitives
-Romeo and Juliet: Montagues and Capulets, Mercutio, Minuet, Finale
-Suggestion Diabolique (in progress)

Rachmaninoff
-Etude in Eb major
-Prelude in G minor
-Prelude in C# minor

Shostakovich
-Prelude and Fugue in E minor
-Prelude and Fugue in F major
-Prelude and Fugue in C# minor
-Prelude and Fugue in D minor

Kuzmenko
-In Memriam to the Victims of Chernobyl

Morel
-Deux Etudes de Sonorite





A question to all the 14-17 year olds in this thread: Where do you find the time to practice so much repertoire? Are you planning to study music in a conservatory/university, or is this just a hobby?
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« Reply #115 on: July 23, 2011, 01:48:55 PM »

well I'm 16, and i often struggle to find time to practice my repertoire due to loads of homework, involvement in church orchestras, worship bands and so on.

On the weekends I hardly find any time to practice because in my parents house, Saturdays are 'clean up days' and Sundays, we go to church and then meet up with family.
So during the week, I mostly wake up early in the morning to practice because my muscles are all relaxed and my mind is fresh, and so that's when I mostly get my good practices done. And also I practice whenever I can at school during breaks and after school.

God willing, I would love to study at the conservatory. Every time I go in the buildings, I feel like I'm in music land.

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« Reply #116 on: July 23, 2011, 05:26:52 PM »

To respond as a 14 year old, I am still not sure if I am going to make a career out of music. I am attending boarding school this fall at Phillips Academy (a.k.a. Andover) in Andover, Massachusetts. The academics there are pretty rigorous, so I probably won't get as much time to practice. I generally spend most of my free time practicing piano and violin, so I get about 2 hours a day on each during the school year. During the summer and on weekends I practice about 3-5 hours a day. Music has been my passion for awhile, so I really enjoy practicing and performing. My dream is to be a concert pianist and/or violinist, but I also would like to be a neurosurgeon. I'd probably make more money as a surgeon, and I think that would help me to take care of my family. To be honest, I'm avoiding the decision between music and medicine as long as I can. When I get to my senior year in high school I'll make a decision.
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« Reply #117 on: July 25, 2011, 02:37:59 PM »

  Smiley My repertoire since I was 5 until now:
Bach :Ana Magdalena Book complete.
                   Prelude and Fugue no.1,2,3,5,9 Book I and no.21 Book II.
                   French Suite 1 complete.
                   English Suite No.1,2. complete.
                   Fantasia cromatica in d minor (learning now).
                   Italian Concerto.
Mozart: Concertos No.9, 15, 17, 20,21,23,24, 27.
            Sonata k545, k 457, k570,k310.
            Alla turca.
Scarlatti: Sonata l118
Beethoven: Concerto No.5 (learning now).
                 Sonata Op.2 No.1,2.
                            Op.13, Op.10 No.3, Op.27 No.2, Op.49 No.1,2, Op.53, Op.57(learning now), Op.90.
Schubert: Sonata in A major.
               Impromptus all.
               Moments musicales all.
Czerny: Etudes Op.299 all.
                      Op.740 No.1-42.
                      Op.599 all.
Schumann:: Kindersiezen Op.15.
                            Papillons Op.2.
                            ABEGG Variations.
                            Simfonic etude Op.13.
Chopin:Preludes No.6,8,16,20,24.
                      Waltzes Op.18, Op.34 No.1,2, Op.64 No.1,2, Op.42.
                      Concerto No.1 1st movement in progress.
                      Nocturne Op.9 all, Op.15 No.1, Op.27 No.1,2, Op.48 No.1, Op.55 No.1,2, Op.72, C# minor, c minor.
                      Polonaises Op.26 No.2, Op.40 No.1,2, Op.44 (now learning).
                      Rondo Op.1.
                      Scherzo No.2.
                      Etudes Op.10 No.1,3,4,5,6,9,11,12 and Op.25 No.1,2,9,11,12.
                      Variations Op.2.
Liszt:Consolation No.3
                  Liebestraume No.3
                  Concerto No.1.
                  Etudes transcedentales No.1,2(learning now),3.
                  Etude de concert Un Sospiro, Gnomereingen.
                  Romantza in E minor.
Brahms: Intermezzo Op.118 No.2.
Tchaikovsky: The seasons all.
                              Arrangement of Nutcracker Suite. (Now learning).
Enescu: Suite Op.10
                      Piano Sonata.
Rachmaninoff: Morceaux de fantasie Op.3 complete.
                                Etudes Op.39 No.1,2,4,5 (Now learning),7.
                                Preludes Op.23 No.5 (Now learning).
Moszkowski: Etude Op.72 No.2,6.
Moussorgsky: Pictures at an exhibition ( now learning).
Scriabin: Etude Op.8 No.6-12 and Op.42 no.1,2,4,7.
                        Preludes Op.11 no.20.
                        Poeme tragique.
                        Sonata No.4.
                        Impromptu Op.12 No.2.
Prokofiev:Visions fugitives all.
                        Diabolique Suggestion.
                        Etude Op.2 No.1 (now learning).
                        Sonata No.2.
Debussy: Etude No.1,7.
                        Prelude Book I No.7 and Book II No.12.
                        Claire de lune.
Ravel:Sonatina
                   Gaspard de la nuit Le Gibet.
                   Tombeau de Couperin Toccata.
Shostakovich: Prelude Op.87 No.1,2,3.
Bartok: Etude Op.18 No.1.
                      Suite Op.14.
                      Allegro Barbaro
                      Romanian Folk Dances.
Barber: Excursions.
 
and my first pieces: Fur Elise, Bach Invention No.1, Piano Method by Taneyev, Easy Russian Folk Pieces, Russian Romances, Beethoven Sonatina in G major, Kuhlau  sonatinas, Clementi Sonatinas, Ana Magdalena Bach all, Czerny Op.599 No.1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20.  This was my repertoire when I was 5-6 years.
Now, I'm 15 years old. I started to play piano at the age of 3 but until 5 I didn't play seriously.   Cool
                   
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Current repertoire:
Bach Toccata in E minor
Beethoven Sonata op.110
Rachmaninov Corelli Variations
Liszt Paganini Etudes No.2 and 6.
Strauss Burlesque in d minor, Brahms piano concerto No.2.
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« Reply #118 on: July 26, 2011, 04:50:31 PM »

Why do even those in the Students Corner have to reply an entire list of professional-level pieces?  Shocked
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Also, holy *** pianovlad1996, how the hell did you get that far? This seems a joke!
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« Reply #119 on: July 26, 2011, 08:55:59 PM »

My name is Alex and I am 15 years old.  Smiley

In the last year I have done the following:

Chopin- Black Key Etude
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1hV3eW5ZJQ" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1hV3eW5ZJQ</a>

Gershwin- Prelude 1
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9XRSDwhQaI" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9XRSDwhQaI</a>

Bach-Prelude and Fugue 6 in D minor
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXBa_TbBHGc" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXBa_TbBHGc</a>

Beethoven- Op. 10 No. 2 Sonata
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dEJVyd4BX0" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dEJVyd4BX0</a>

Un Sospiro

Macdowell- Improvisation

Chopin Etude OP. 10 no. 1

dvorak and poulenc duets

Chopin- Scherzo in B flat Minor

Liszt- Consolation No.3

Do you think this is on track in terms of for a 15-year-old? I'd appreciate any comments on my playing. Thanks!


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I would love to hear you play Un Sospiro.
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« Reply #120 on: July 27, 2011, 01:33:14 AM »

and my first pieces: Fur Elise, Bach Invention No.1, Piano Method by Taneyev, Easy Russian Folk Pieces, Russian Romances, Beethoven Sonatina in G major, Kuhlau  sonatinas, Clementi Sonatinas, Ana Magdalena Bach all, Czerny Op.599 No.1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20.  This was my repertoire when I was 5-6 years.
Now, I'm 15 years old. I started to play piano at the age of 3 but until 5 I didn't play seriously.   Cool
                  

That's impossible. I mean, 50 pieces in a year, mostly of which are already intermediate-grade, to be played by someone in Kindergarten? Seriously, don't joke me.
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« Reply #121 on: July 27, 2011, 06:03:59 AM »

Prokofiev- March op.12 no.1, Gavotte op.12 no.2
Bach- Sinfonia no.3
Debussy- Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum
Faure- Nocturne no.2
Chopin- Nocturne op.15 no.1 (still kind of working on this one)
Beethoven- Sonata op.10 no.2 (movement one)
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« Reply #122 on: July 28, 2011, 05:24:51 AM »

Sorry.  Roll Eyes I didn't specified that those pieces were done in my first years of piano. I didn't play 50 pieces /1 year. Probably in 3 years. It was a mistake and no, I am not joking. This is the Russian school. I play 20 pieces/ year and one concerto. I didn't say it's fun.  Undecided
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Bach Toccata in E minor
Beethoven Sonata op.110
Rachmaninov Corelli Variations
Liszt Paganini Etudes No.2 and 6.
Strauss Burlesque in d minor, Brahms piano concerto No.2.
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« Reply #123 on: July 28, 2011, 09:27:11 AM »

I started playing when I was 15, something, and am no 22. I have never really focused on getting a really big repertoire, but here it goes:

Bach: Partita no 1, and several preludes and fugues
Hayd: 2 Sonatas
Mozart: Sonata f major 332 and d major 284, Rondo in A minor, and just about to start a piano concert, but I don't know which one yet.
Beethoven: Waldstein, Pathetique, Emperor concerto
Schubert: A few songs, but no full piano piece yet Sad
Schumann: Symphonic etudes, Waldszenen
Chopin: A few waltzes, Etudes, Scherzo no 2, Ballade no 2
Liszt: Sonetto Del Petrarca 104, Mephistowaltz, Paganinietude no 6, and will try to start looking at a transcendental etude.
Grieg: Piano concerto no 1, first movement.
Debussy: L'isle joyeuse, Estampes, a few preludes

I will also just now begin at, more than the pieces I mentioned, a piece by Barber. Either the Ballade or the souvenires, a Rachmaminov etude, and Prokofiev sonata no 3.
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« Reply #124 on: July 30, 2011, 01:40:02 AM »

Sorry.  Roll Eyes I didn't specified that those pieces were done in my first years of piano. I didn't play 50 pieces /1 year. Probably in 3 years. It was a mistake and no, I am not joking. This is the Russian school. I play 20 pieces/ year and one concerto. I didn't say it's fun.  Undecided

Hmm...well, you said that "I did it when I was 5-6 years" so I thought you did it when you were 5-6 years old?

Anyways, that's a pretty tough thing you're doing right there. How many pieces have you done? 150? 200? Honestly, that's a lot. How the hell can a 15 year old do multiple concertos, over a hundred etudes, preludes, ballades, etc.? (considering most of the members here are already 20+ and don't even play 25% of what you do, lol)

How did you get into this? Are you planning to become a professional pianist? Where do you study? Do you go to school?
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« Reply #125 on: August 01, 2011, 11:51:25 AM »

 Grin There are some things about me:I'm student at the special Secondary Musical School from the St. Petersburg Conservatory (Rimsky-Korsakov). I want to become a conductor/pianist (you know like Ashkenazy and other). I said in the last post that it's not comfortably for me to play so much pieces but all the etudes,preludes, concertos, nocturnes and other pieces were performed for my repertoire. 40% of them were NOT performed for recitals or exams. I recently broke my left hand and I didn't want to attempt a difficult concerto ( I planned to perform the Prokofiev 2nd or the Rach 3 for the exam before the Chopin 1st but all of these failed). I chose Shostakovich 2nd for my exam but my teacher said it's too easy and gave me Beethoven 5th. Cry. Sometimes, I want to gave up but I immediately remeber my purpose.
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Bach Toccata in E minor
Beethoven Sonata op.110
Rachmaninov Corelli Variations
Liszt Paganini Etudes No.2 and 6.
Strauss Burlesque in d minor, Brahms piano concerto No.2.
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« Reply #126 on: August 01, 2011, 03:06:39 PM »

Haydn
          Piano Concerto in F Major

Mendelssohn
          Rondo Capriccioso

Debussy
          Suite Bergamasque
              Prelude
              Menuet
              Clair de Lune
              Passepied
Greig
          Piano Concerto (played professionally once with orchestra)

Mozart
          Rondo Alla Turka

Chopin Op. 10 No. 12 Revolutionary
          Op. 10 No. 1
          Op. 10 No. 3
Beethoven
          Op 28
          Waldstein

Chopin
          Polonaise Op. 53
          Minute Waltz

Bach
          Solfegietto

Working on:
          Tchaikovsky - Piano Concerto (for very sentimental and historic reasons)
           Elliott Carter - Piano Sonata (because the classics need some relieft)
           Liszt - Sonata in b-minor - because I like him and piano street offered the
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« Reply #127 on: August 01, 2011, 03:12:28 PM »

I didn't give you a complete answer so to continue:

I started playing at 3 years old
stopped at 17 after playing several concerts professionally -
took it up again at 69 and am now 73
I find the hiatus was horrendous and it took about 3 months to get the sheet music and the key board together and understand both, but I find it easier to learn now than in my youth because wisdom has given me many shortcuts and understandings that I didn't have before - especially understanding what the composer was doing.  I also find my facility better because I expect it to be and everyone seems to be in awe because I can really play the Minute waltz at a minute waltz speed - is that called ageism?
If you have suggestions for additions to round out my repertoire I am all ears - or rather eyes.

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« Reply #128 on: August 01, 2011, 08:15:38 PM »

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stopped at 17 after playing several concerts professionally -
took it up again at 69 and am now 73

Hey - good for you! 52 years off and back in the saddle, er, on the bench, whatever. I find that rather inspiring.
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« Reply #129 on: August 01, 2011, 08:20:33 PM »

Incidentally, if anyone wants proof that accompanists have more fun, my repertoire is listed under three separate tabs at

http://richardblack.pianoaccompanists.com/

I've done some solo stuff as well, of course, and spent last week playing duets and duos to illustrate a course that a friend was running, but the accompanying stuff is by far the bulk of what I've played in public.
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« Reply #130 on: August 06, 2011, 04:32:07 AM »

Grin There are some things about me:I'm student at the special Secondary Musical School from the St. Petersburg Conservatory (Rimsky-Korsakov). I want to become a conductor/pianist (you know like Ashkenazy and other). I said in the last post that it's not comfortably for me to play so much pieces but all the etudes,preludes, concertos, nocturnes and other pieces were performed for my repertoire. 40% of them were NOT performed for recitals or exams. I recently broke my left hand and I didn't want to attempt a difficult concerto ( I planned to perform the Prokofiev 2nd or the Rach 3 for the exam before the Chopin 1st but all of these failed). I chose Shostakovich 2nd for my exam but my teacher said it's too easy and gave me Beethoven 5th. Cry. Sometimes, I want to gave up but I immediately remeber my purpose.

Well, cheers to your future career.

Anyways, it's my opinion that musicians should generally not busy themselves with so much repertoire. Internalization is important, and if you want to cram a dozen pieces a week you aren't going to have one of the major elements of music. This reminded me of the popular Indian musician Ravi Shankar - he and his teacher would concentrate on a single raga for 2 years, but according to him, these days, "a student would grumble" when he was given only 2 weeks to learn it!

Anyways, good luck to you and I hope you enjoy music at its best.  Wink
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« Reply #131 on: August 06, 2011, 11:43:57 PM »

Gosh.

Some impressive repertoires on display!

Too many for me to list. I use the term repertoire to describe pieces I could play today, or, with a few hours practice, at some point in the very near future. To that end, mine is rather small!

I'm working on Balakirev's transcription of Glinka's Lark - a piece that is tough to play 'well' and working on Debussy's 'Ballade' - which is beautiful.
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« Reply #132 on: August 14, 2011, 09:47:40 AM »

tchaikovsky/feinberg - scherzo from symphony no. 6 "pathetique"
from the musical Wicked - "Defying Gravity"
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« Reply #133 on: August 14, 2011, 10:15:39 AM »

tchaikovsky/feinberg - scherzo from symphony no. 6 "pathetique"
from the musical Wicked - "Defying Gravity"
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Must be a really insane, cool piece, as I have heard!  Cool
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« Reply #134 on: August 14, 2011, 11:05:33 AM »

I'm 14 years old. This is my repertoire so far:

Bach:
Chromatic Fantasy and fugue in d minor
prelude no 1 (wtc 1)

Beethoven:
6 minuets
moonlight sonata 1,2 mvts
pathetique 3rd mvt

Chopin
Mazurka in b flat
prelude op 28 no 24
prelude op 28 no 4
prelude op 28 no 6
grand valse brilliante op 18
minute waltz
waltz op 64 in c sharp
fantasie impromptu

liszt
la campanella
walderauschen
liebestraume no 3
La chasse

rachmaninoff
prelude in c sharp minor

grieg
melody for piano

debussy
arabesque 1

clementi
sonatina no 1

mozart
fantasia in d minor
rondo alla turca
sonata k545
rondo k485
two pieces from london notebook

Maikapar
chez le forgeron

brahms
variations on a theme by paganini (I)



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« Reply #135 on: August 14, 2011, 03:37:58 PM »

I'm 14 years old. This is my repertoire so far:

Bach:
Chromatic Fantasy and fugue in d minor
prelude no 1 (wtc 1)

Beethoven:
6 minuets
moonlight sonata 1,2 mvts
pathetique 3rd mvt

Chopin
Mazurka in b flat
prelude op 28 no 24
prelude op 28 no 4
prelude op 28 no 6
grand valse brilliante op 18
minute waltz
waltz op 64 in c sharp
fantasie impromptu

liszt
la campanella
walderauschen
liebestraume no 3
La chasse

rachmaninoff
prelude in c sharp minor

grieg
melody for piano

debussy
arabesque 1

clementi
sonatina no 1

mozart
fantasia in d minor
rondo alla turca
sonata k545
rondo k485
two pieces from london notebook

Maikapar
chez le forgeron

brahms
variations on a theme by paganini (I)

Why are you not uploading recordings of any of these (especially Liszt)?!?
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« Reply #136 on: August 15, 2011, 01:28:40 AM »

I will record three of them once my grandpa gives me his Canon digital camera.
Which ones do you want to hear?
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« Reply #137 on: August 15, 2011, 04:01:29 AM »

Recent repertoire (that I'm happy about, and have actually performed in a recital/jury)

-Bach: Prelude and Fugue Bb minor bk1
-Haydn: Sonata in E minor
-Debussy: 'Collines d'Anacapri' 'Le Vent dans la Plaine' and 'Ce qu'a vu le Vent d'Ouest' (bk1)
-Chopin: Nocturne in C minor Op.48 #1

-Mendelssohn: Rondo Capriccioso
-Chabrier: Idylle and Scherzo Valse (from 10 pieces pittoresques)
-Bartok: Romanian Dance #1 (from the set of 2; op# escapes me atm)

-Bach: English Suite in G minor
-Debussy: Estampes
-Liszt: Mephisto Waltz #1

(first block is from 1st year, 2nd block was during the summer, 3rd block was my recent jury)

Currently working on:

-Bach: Prelude and Fugue in B major bk2
-Beethoven: Sonata Op.78 F# major
-Chopin: Scherzo #2
-Rachmaninoff: Prelude in E major

-Chopin: Etude Op.10 #1
-Debussy: Etude pour les degrees chromatiques
-Ligeti: 'Fem' (etudes bk2)
-Ravel: Piano Concerto in G major (specifically the 3rd movement right now)

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I HAD been working on the Grand Polonaise Brillante, but I think it's just plain too difficult for me.  It's not the technique, but the voicing/pedalling/details are just something that I won't do justice to in 6 months of that (in addition to chamber music, accompaniment and my other stuff).  I started the scherzo just for the hell of it a few days ago, and it actually seems pretty easy... no awful jumps, the fast parts are extremely straightforward, and it has a lot of repetition.  It's also long enough for a standalone romantic work.  So I'm chickening out and changing to the scherzo haha!

So to everyone out there building up the Mephisto Waltz into this demonic work - it IS a beast, but I still think a lot of Chopin's stuff trumps it.  Liszt at least has a 'breath' into the cadenzas/coda in the MW, but Chopin dubs similar passages on top of the polonaise rhythm and that just blows my mind! 
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« Reply #138 on: August 15, 2011, 09:32:16 AM »

it's been a long time since I last posted in this thread which was in 2007!!

to continue on from my thread from the previous time/ or rather add-on:

J.S Bach
Partita no. 5 in G major Preludium and Courante
Italian Concerto 1st mvt.
Toccata BWV 911

Brahms
Intermezzo op.118 no.2

Beethoven
op.2 no.3 1st, 2nd& 3rd mvts
Sonata op.10 no.2 1st& 2nd mvts only
Sonata op.10 no.3
Sonata op.13 1st& 2nd mvts only
Piano Concerto no.1 1st& 2nd mvts only

Chopin
Etudes op.10 no.4& op.25 no.7
Nocturne op. 37 no.2 & op.55 no.2

Debussy
Pagodas from Estampes
1st mvt of the suite (the one which has clair de lune)

Glinka/ Balakriev
The Lark

Haydn
Sonata in E flat major no.52

Liszt
Annees de Pelerinage Book 1 no.7
Transcendental Etude 'Paysage'

Mozart
Sonata K.284
Sonata K.310 1st mvt only
Sonata K.311 1st mvt only
Piano Concerto no.25
Piano Concerto no.26 1st& 2nd mvts only
Adagio K.540

D. Scarlitti
Sonata Kk.141

F. Schubert
Sonata D.784 1st mvt
Sonata D.845 1st mvt

Schumann
Papllions
Scenes from Childhood
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« Reply #139 on: August 15, 2011, 12:00:05 PM »

I will record three of them once my grandpa gives me his Canon digital camera.
Which ones do you want to hear?

Of the Liszts? All of them please :p
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« Reply #140 on: August 15, 2011, 11:56:09 PM »

I don't quite remember what I played long ago, so I'll post what I played in the recent past and now  Wink

Oh and, I'm 15.

Liszt

Mephisto Waltz nº1
Transcendental Etude nº4 : Mazeppa

Ravel
Sonatine
Miroirs nº3 "Une Barque sur l'Ocean"
Une Pavanne pour une enfant défunte
Jeux D'Eau

Beethoven

Sonata "Pathétique" nº8
Sonata "Appassionata" op.57
Fur elise

Rachmaninov

Piano Concerto nº2
Musical Moments nº4
Prelude Op. 23 No. 5

Grieg
Piano Concerto

Mozart

Piano Concerto nº23

Chopin

Etudes Nº24 and nº8
Nocturne op.27
Scherzo nº2
Balade nº1

Gershwin

3 Preludes


And ofcourse many others, but I don't quite remember them now  Embarrassed, which include Bach, Mozart, Chopin, Beethoven, Scarlatti, Scriabin, Mendelson, Debussy and others.


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« Reply #141 on: August 16, 2011, 12:02:29 AM »

A question to all the 14-17 year olds in this thread: Where do you find the time to practice so much repertoire? Are you planning to study music in a conservatory/university, or is this just a hobby?


I'm 15 now, and I plan to professionally play piano. I try to play 5-8h daily. I find time by simply spending all my time on the piano :p

A couple of my videos, a little bit outdated since I've improved greatly by now.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMFcOoxd7L8" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMFcOoxd7L8</a>

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgRmAq65JKI" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgRmAq65JKI</a>

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QqqBCP-J4Ps" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QqqBCP-J4Ps</a>

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nessXtR8nDQ" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nessXtR8nDQ</a>
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« Reply #142 on: August 21, 2011, 07:47:20 PM »

Is this supposed to be all the pieces you keep memorized and at performance level right now, or is it all the pieces you have learned and finished over the past years? Just curious, because I see people listing nearly 30 or 40 pieces and was wondering if they actually still consistently practice and keep that much repertoire at a performance level.
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« Reply #143 on: August 21, 2011, 08:03:53 PM »

I'm 15 now, and I plan to professionally play piano. I try to play 5-8h daily. I find time by simply spending all my time on the piano :p

A couple of my videos, a little bit outdated since I've improved greatly by now.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMFcOoxd7L8" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMFcOoxd7L8</a>

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgRmAq65JKI" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgRmAq65JKI</a>

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QqqBCP-J4Ps" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QqqBCP-J4Ps</a>

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nessXtR8nDQ" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nessXtR8nDQ</a>

Rafael,
Awesome awesome playing!! Very impressed!! I always enjoy listening to a musician who has finesse, technique, and musicality. Your playing is very true to yourself. I wish you all the best, and keep working at it. Do keep us posted of your musical journey.
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« Reply #144 on: August 22, 2011, 03:49:17 AM »

Damn.  The coda was surprisingly accurate for that speed in the Mephisto Waltz.  Nice!
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« Reply #145 on: August 27, 2011, 03:06:35 AM »

I'm 26 and here's stuff I've played, some forgotten, and some to relearn

Beethoven
Sonata Op10/2
Sonata Op2/1

Mozart
Sonata K332

Chopin
4 Scherzi (relearning)
Fantasie Op49

Liszt
La Campanella
Liebestraum 3
Consolation 3
Paganini Etude 2,3,4,5,6 (relearning)

Brahms
Op118 No2/3

Scriabin
Etude Op8/12

Albeniz
El Puerto from Iberia book 1

Barber
Excursion 1
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« Reply #146 on: August 29, 2011, 11:21:12 AM »

Damn.  The coda was surprisingly accurate for that speed in the Mephisto Waltz.  Nice!

Thanks! Smiley But now, I have reducued the tempo a little bit to hit all notes. Afterall, quality is more impressive and important than speed! Smiley

 
Rafael,
Awesome awesome playing!! Very impressed!! I always enjoy listening to a musician who has finesse, technique, and musicality. Your playing is very true to yourself. I wish you all the best, and keep working at it. Do keep us posted of your musical journey.
Thanks! Smiley I will. I'll upload another Mephisto Waltz video, which is more recent, and better Smiley
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« Reply #147 on: September 24, 2011, 11:20:58 AM »

I'm 22.  Been playing since I was 7, but only had 6 years of private instruction.

JS Bach
Praeludium and Fugue VI BWV 851
Prelude to English Suite #2 in A Minor

Beethoven:
Fur Elise
Sonata Pathétique
Sonata  Op. 2 No.1

Debussy:
First Arabesque
Reverie
La fille aux cheveux de lin
Claire de Lune

Chopin:
Etude in E major Op. 10 No.3
Nocturne C# minor Op. Posth
Valse Op. 64 No. 2

Haydn:
Sonata  No. 52 in E-Flat Major

Joplin, Scott:
Maple Leaf Rag
The Easy Winners

Rachmaninoff:
Prelude in C# minor

Scriabin:
Nocturne for Left Hand

Schubert:
Impromptu No. 90 No. 2

Tchaikovsky:
The Season: Barcarolle (June)

Others:
The Warsaw Concerto




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« Reply #148 on: September 27, 2011, 01:03:47 PM »

I'm 14 and i've been playing for 7 years so far... for all i can remember the things i have played before...

Bach
Toccata no.7 in G major BWV 916
Prelude and Fugue BWV 862
Prelude and Fugue BWV 848

Beethoven
Piano sonata no. 23 op.57 in F minor, Appassionata (complete)
Piano sonata no.21 op.53 in C major, Waldstein (complete)
Piano sonata no. 17 op.31,2 in D minor, Tempest (complete)
Piano sonata no. 8 op.13 in C minor, Pathetique (complete)
Piano sonata no.14 op.27,2 in C# minor, Moonlight (complete)
Rage over a lost Penny
Andante Favori WoO 57

Chopin:
Piano sonata op.53 no.2 in Bb minor, Funeral March (complete)
Andante spianato et Grande Polonaise Brillante op.22
Piano concerto no.1 in E minor (complete)
Nocturne op.9 no.1
Scherzo no.3
Grande valse brillante op.18
Fantasie impromptu

Debussy
Feux d'artifice from prelude book 2 no.12

Tchaikovsky
Piano concerto no.1 (complete)

Liszt:
Apres une Lecture de Dante, Fantasia Quasi sonata
Funerailles
Un sospiro

Gershwin
3 preludes
rhapsody in blue (solo piano version)

Mozart
Piano sonata in A major K.331 (complete)
Piano sonata in C major K.330 (complete)
Piano sonata in F major K.332 (complete)
Piano sonata in Bb major K 570 (complete)
Piano sonata in A minor K 310 (complete)
Piano sonata in C major K 309 (complete)
Piano concerto in A major, K.488 (complete)

Brahms
Hungarian dance no.5

Bartok
Piano sonata (complete)
Allegro Barbaro

Bach/Busoni
Chaconne in D minor

Prokofiev
Toccata in D minor
Piano concerto no.3 (1st and 3rd movement. the others in progress)

as far as i can remember... when i was young probably touched more basic things which i dont remember! but i still have a long way to go, just 14 and im looking into Liszt's transcriptions and more piano concertos ^.^
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« Reply #149 on: October 01, 2011, 11:57:55 AM »

So far (just the bigger works)

Bach - Chromatique Fantasia & Fugue, BWV 903
Bach - Partita No. 1 in B flat, BWV 825
Bartok - 8 Improvisations from Hungarian Folk songs (hoping never to have to play it again)
Beethoven - Rondo a Cappricio
Beethoven - Sonata in c minor, Op 13
Beethoven - Sonata in G, Op 49 No. 2
Beethoven - Sonata in E, Op 109
Brahms - Variations on a theme by Paganini, Op 35
Brahms - Variations on a theme by Schumann, Op 9
Chopin - Ballades No. 1, 2 & 4
Chopin - Scherzos No. 1 & 2
Franck - Prelude, Chorale & Fugue
Gershwin - Three Preludes
Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsodies No. 2, 3, 4 & 6
Mozart - Sonata in D, K 576
Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 20 (K. 466)
Mendlessohn - Variations Seriues, Op 54
Satie - Trois Gymnopedies & Trois Gnossiennes
Schumann - Scenes from Childhood
Stravinsky - Trois Mouvements de Petrushka

That's just the main pieces. I've done smaller pieces as well, but there not as much fun usually. I'm currently learning Liszts 'Totentanz' arranged for solo piano. Bloody fun!!!    Grin
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