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Topic: Seeking Repertoire Suggestions (older pianist coming back)  (Read 771 times)

Offline starrmusic

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Any suggestions for new pieces for someone who's been away from classical repertoire for many years?  I just re-memorized Brahms Rhapsody, Op. 79 2 (g min,) which I had played in college almost 50 years ago.  Right now i have Bach c min. Prelude and Fugue from WTC I, and several Joplin rags in addition to the Brahms.  Small hands, too. 

Offline dogperson

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Hi
There is just so much, this is difficult since we donít know what you donít like
But here are a few you may not be familiar with or havenít thought of recently
Donít know if you are familiar with imslp.org ?  You can download almost all scores in the public domain

Charles Griffes- the lake at evening 
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=iPyCTWFc3Jc


Liszt s169 Romance
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=j3AMWk76UxEwith 

Milonga de Angel - Astor piazzolla
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1kev-9fYi5Q

Scriabin op 11 no 15
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-lCl0LMJH7s&list=LL&index=12&t=0s

Ravel. Pavane pour una infante
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=MPZROBIFHWY&list=LL&index=37&t=0s




Offline starrmusic

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Many thanks!  The Scriabin and the Ravel sound good -- the Pavane is quite beautiful.
 

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