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Help--Guide to solo works
« on: February 14, 2003, 12:53:41 AM »
Hello. I'm new on your forum here. The following is something I've been wondering about for years now without any luck of tracking it down:

In the late 80's I heard about something published called the PF Guide. It was published originally from Fullerton, California by a professor of piano at the university in that city. This was a comprehensive classification of thousands of the most -performed classical piano works from the early Baroque to the present. It had the solo works  for piano graded, according to difficulty level from beginning through the most advanced virtuoso level. It had their titles graded into one of about 8 levels of difficulty, I think-- maybe more than 8.  
Quite an exhaustive task for the authors for sure!

I only heard about it but have not seen this guide.

Does anybody know how I can get a copy of this PF-Guide, or of a similar comprehensive listing of graded piano solo titles?

Thank you
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Re: Help--Guide to solo works
«Reply #1 on: February 14, 2003, 12:58:51 AM »
Re: Graded complete repitoire guide?
Reply #1 on: Today at 10:20pm Quote Modify Remove  

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No, not any sheet music. Only the titles, opus etc. listings, of course...
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