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Playing Bach on an Elephant

In this interview Schiff explains and demonstates his ideas on this widely discussed topic on how to play J. S. Bach’s music, and more specifically, the “Well Tempered Clavier” (BWV 846-893) on a modern piano. Read more >>

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tenderland
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« on: September 02, 2017, 12:51:15 AM »

Hello ,

Was wondering what grade I would be considered. I know all scales ,majot minor harmonic ,melodic.
I do not practise any arpegios. The most advanced piece I know Is Beethoven Two easy Sonatas ,Op 49.

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J
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« Reply #1 on: September 04, 2017, 10:55:12 AM »

Hello ,

Was wondering what grade I would be considered. I know all scales ,majot minor harmonic ,melodic.
I do not practise any arpegios. The most advanced piece I know Is Beethoven Two easy Sonatas ,Op 49.

Thanks
J

I can't answer your question but Henle rates those two Sonatas Level 3 in their rating system...

http://www.henleusa.com/us/detail/index.html?Title=2+Easy+Piano+Sonatas+g+minor+op.+49+no.+1+and+G+major+op.+49+no.+2_56
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