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Offline draganpower

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ARCT repertoire suggestions
on: January 30, 2023, 03:44:25 AM
I am a 33 year old and was taught paino at a young age and got my grade 10 in hi school. I've learned a few pieces for fun this last decade and was planning to maybe do something with the pieces I learned and get my ARCT with a coach.

Just wanted an outside opinion to see how my repertoire is. These pieces I basically learned the notes so still got a lot of work but I can play through them.

List A
Bach - Prelude and Fugue C# + BWV 848

List B
Mozart - Sonata in A - K310

List C
Chopin - Nocturne in G - Opus 27 No. 1
Chopin - Nocturne in C - Opus 48 No. 1

List D
Debussy - Ballade (Slave) L70
Debussy - Pagodes

List E
Prokofiev - Ten Pieces Opus 12 No. 10 (Scherzo)

Chaminade - 6 Etudes de concert Opus 35 No. 2 (Automne)

My Bach and mozart are quite firm in mu repertoire unless someonr has a strong suggestion against it.

And open to other suggestions. Thank you

Bach - Prelude and Fugue in C# major  Bk I BWV 848
Debussy - Ballade
Debussy Pagodes
Chopin - Nocturne Opus 27 no. 1
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Online lelle

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Re: ARCT repertoire suggestions
Reply #1 on: February 21, 2023, 01:26:12 PM
Your repertoire looks nice! What's your question, more specifically?

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