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Topic: trying to expand my repetoire any suggestions?  (Read 1866 times)

Offline prokanninov

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trying to expand my repetoire any suggestions?
on: March 18, 2004, 03:29:33 AM
my repetoire consists of

Bach- Prelude and Fugue in Bb Maj, C minor, and D minor
Mozart-Sonata no. 1 in F Major, Sonata in A Maj., Fantasy in D minor, and Concerto no. 21
Haydn- Concerto in D Major
Beethoven-Sonata No. 7 D major Op 10. no.3, Sonata No. 3 C Major Op 2 no. 3, Sonata No. 17 D minor "Tempest"
Brahms-Op. 118
Schumann-Scenes from Childhood, Papillons, and arabeske in C Major
Chopin- Preludes 4,6,13,20,21,22, Polonaise- C# minor, Nocturne - Eb Maj., E min. (Op. Post.), C# min.(Op. Post), and Ballade No.1 G minor
Grieg- Sonata in E minor, Concerto in A minor, and Wedding day at troldhaugen
Lizst- Liebestraum
Debussy-Deux Arabesques
Rachmanninoff- Prelude C# minor, and G minor
Prokofiev- Prelude (Harp) Op.12 no. 7 and Allemande Op. 12 no. 8

Offline PoSeiDoN

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Re: trying to expand my repetoire any suggestions?
Reply #1 on: March 20, 2004, 07:42:17 AM
Quite an impressive selection you've got there...the only thing I could recommend is some...GOTTSCHALK!  His music is fun and difficult simultaneously.  You'll definitely emerge a new pianist.  
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