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Topic: Pieces one should have played..  (Read 2201 times)

Offline Diabolos

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Pieces one should have played..
on: May 24, 2003, 02:03:40 AM
Hey all.

I'm in a dilemma - I'm taking off for college in 4 months, and since I'm not gonna be majoring in music those four months are probably the last ones I can intensively work on my repertoire, at least for quite a bit of time.

I'd therefore be thankful for any suggestions of pieces one shouldn't miss studying - regardless of their difficulty. Just to give you an idea of what I already played: The Chopin and Liszt ballads, Chopins scherzos, some of his waltzes and polonaises, a few mozart piano concertos, his fantasies and some of his sonatas, as well as a few Beethoven sonatas and Nr 3+1 of his piano concertos; also the Grieg Piano concerto and Ravels Le tombeau de Couperin. Not to mention Bach.

thanks in advance!

Regards,

Offline PoSeiDoN

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Re: Pieces one should have played..
Reply #1 on: May 24, 2003, 06:56:27 AM
Sorry to hear about your dilemma.  Is there any way you can take piano lessons without being a major?  And I don't know about others, but when I got to college, I realized that I had more free time than I had expected.

If none of that works out, I might suggest some Gottschalk...it'll be time well-spent.  ;D

Good luck with that.
 
 

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