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Vexations - Was Igor Levit's Lonely Stroll Too Long?
In a bid to raise awareness of all musicians who have been silenced by the coronavirus pandemic, finding themselves suddenly out of work, pianist Igor Levit performed Erik Satie's piano piece Vexations in a 15-hour long virtual performance on May 30. Read more >>

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Offline nanabush

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Re: What are you playing/learning at the moment?
Reply #100 on: April 14, 2010, 07:36:43 AM
That's some pretty cool stuff!  Well known composers, but not the 'mainstream' from the sets they come from; the Chopin/Rach Etudes are awesome, but not as commonly heard.  The Ginastera is also really cool, have fun with it!
Interested in discussing:

-Prokofiev Toccata
-Scriabin Sonata 2

Offline ed palamar

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Re: What are you playing/learning at the moment?
Reply #101 on: August 03, 2017, 11:17:19 PM
I'm re-orchestrating the Moszkowski Piano Concerto, Op.59, adding(?) trombones.

Later I learned that I didn't add any trombones, but did add a 2nd oboe (probably because of the oboe solo just before the 2nd theme in Grieg's 1st movement, Op. 16) and some percussion.
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