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Topic: Returning adult student.  (Read 1028 times)

Offline sgtxdiabetes

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Returning adult student.
on: July 14, 2018, 04:58:15 PM
Hello all,
For about the past year and a half or so I had ditched piano for the guitar for awhile. (I've been playing in jazz groups for the past 5 years). Music theory is no stranger to me but while cleaning my room and moving my bed around my dusty old keyboard revealed itself with a collection of classical pieces and I regret ever putting it down for awhile because I'm tired of depending on a group all the time. That's one of the things I miss about piano is that you can get a beautiful full sound from just the piano alone. Anyway it's been awhile and I was never very advanced, I'd consider myself an intermediate player when it comes to the piano so I'd like to inquire about everyone's favorite level 3 or 4 pieces I could check out. The length does not matter. Most preferred composers would be Schumann, Tchaikovsky, or Debussy. Hopefully, I'm back to stick with it this time!