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Suite Op. Barber : Excursions. This was my repertoire when I was years. Now, I'm 15 years old. I started to play piano at the age of 3 but until 5 I didn't play seriously. Strauss Burlesque in d minor, Brahms piano concerto No. Why do even those in the Students Corner have to reply an entire list of professional-level pieces? This seems a joke!

Quote from: aclaussen on July 13, , AM. Quote from: pianovlad on July 25, , PM. Prokofiev- March op.

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I didn't specified that those pieces were done in my first years of piano. Probably in 3 years. It was a mistake and no, I am not joking.


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I started playing when I was 15, something, and am no I have never really focused on getting a really big repertoire, but here it goes: Bach: Partita no 1, and several preludes and fugues Hayd: 2 Sonatas Mozart: Sonata f major and d major , Rondo in A minor, and just about to start a piano concert, but I don't know which one yet. Grieg: Piano concerto no 1, first movement. Debussy: L'isle joyeuse, Estampes, a few preludes I will also just now begin at, more than the pieces I mentioned, a piece by Barber.

Either the Ballade or the souvenires, a Rachmaminov etude, and Prokofiev sonata no 3. Quote from: pianovlad on July 28, , AM. Petersburg Conservatory Rimsky-Korsakov. I said in the last post that it's not comfortably for me to play so much pieces but all the etudes,preludes, concertos, nocturnes and other pieces were performed for my repertoire. I recently broke my left hand and I didn't want to attempt a difficult concerto I planned to perform the Prokofiev 2nd or the Rach 3 for the exam before the Chopin 1st but all of these failed.

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I chose Shostakovich 2nd for my exam but my teacher said it's too easy and gave me Beethoven 5th. Sometimes, I want to gave up but I immediately remeber my purpose. I didn't give you a complete answer so to continue: I started playing at 3 years old stopped at 17 after playing several concerts professionally - took it up again at 69 and am now 73 I find the hiatus was horrendous and it took about 3 months to get the sheet music and the key board together and understand both, but I find it easier to learn now than in my youth because wisdom has given me many shortcuts and understandings that I didn't have before - especially understanding what the composer was doing.

I also find my facility better because I expect it to be and everyone seems to be in awe because I can really play the Minute waltz at a minute waltz speed - is that called ageism? If you have suggestions for additions to round out my repertoire I am all ears - or rather eyes.


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Quote from: pianovlad on August 01, , AM. Some impressive repertoires on display! Too many for me to list. I use the term repertoire to describe pieces I could play today, or, with a few hours practice, at some point in the very near future. To that end, mine is rather small! I'm working on Balakirev's transcription of Glinka's Lark - a piece that is tough to play 'well' and working on Debussy's 'Ballade' - which is beautiful. Quote from: rob47 on August 14, , AM.

I'm 14 years old. This is my repertoire so far: Bach: Chromatic Fantasy and fugue in d minor prelude no 1 wtc 1 Beethoven: 6 minuets moonlight sonata 1,2 mvts pathetique 3rd mvt Chopin Mazurka in b flat prelude op 28 no 24 prelude op 28 no 4 prelude op 28 no 6 grand valse brilliante op 18 minute waltz waltz op 64 in c sharp fantasie impromptu liszt la campanella walderauschen liebestraume no 3 La chasse rachmaninoff prelude in c sharp minor grieg melody for piano debussy arabesque 1 clementi sonatina no 1 mozart fantasia in d minor rondo alla turca sonata k rondo k two pieces from london notebook Maikapar chez le forgeron brahms variations on a theme by paganini I.

I will record three of them once my grandpa gives me his Canon digital camera. Which ones do you want to hear? I started the scherzo just for the hell of it a few days ago, and it actually seems pretty easy It's also long enough for a standalone romantic work. So I'm chickening out and changing to the scherzo haha! So to everyone out there building up the Mephisto Waltz into this demonic work - it IS a beast, but I still think a lot of Chopin's stuff trumps it.

Interested in discussing: -Prokofiev Toccata -Scriabin Sonata 2. S Bach Partita no. Scarlitti Sonata Kk. Schubert Sonata D. Quote from: rowdy on July 22, , PM.

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Is this supposed to be all the pieces you keep memorized and at performance level right now , or is it all the pieces you have learned and finished over the past years? Just curious, because I see people listing nearly 30 or 40 pieces and was wondering if they actually still consistently practice and keep that much repertoire at a performance level.

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