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#1049109 - 11/01/07 11:04 AM What to choose next
Waza Offline
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Registered: 09/13/07
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Hi All,

just need a little help i've finished robert shumann a little study from the book album for the young and now i need a another piece to play and was wondering what suggestion everyone had in mind.

At the mo i'm also doing fur elise.

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#1049110 - 11/01/07 11:32 AM Re: What to choose next
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Have you played any of the Bach or Mozart Minuets or Little Preludes? Those would be a good place to start after this, I think.

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#1049111 - 11/01/07 11:38 AM Re: What to choose next
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also, CPE Bach's Solfeggietto is always a good technical piece and good music as well.

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#1049112 - 11/01/07 11:42 AM Re: What to choose next
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If you'd like to try something a little different, how about Satie's Gymnopedie # 1?

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#1049113 - 11/01/07 11:43 AM Re: What to choose next
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Do you like Mozart? - K5 is a fun one-page piece which can be learned relatively quickly - a few of us here have been set it by our teachers...

www.sailwave.com/stuff/k0005.pdf
www.sailwave.com/music/k5b.mp3
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#1049114 - 11/02/07 07:44 AM Re: What to choose next
Waza Offline
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thanks all i'll have a look into them and let you know which 1 i decide, i like anything really as long as its not too heavy on your ears so to speak.

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#1049115 - 11/02/07 07:51 AM Re: What to choose next
Waza Offline
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Registered: 09/13/07
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mozart k5 third movement is too easy sorry could probably play that by ear, i'm pretty good with it i'll have a look at the preludes.

oh this i do love Satie's Gymnopedie # 1 its funny as i was just playing about the other day and i managed to come up with the first few bars of that strange must bea sign.

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#1049116 - 11/05/07 02:24 PM Re: What to choose next
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 Quote:
Originally posted by signa:
also, CPE Bach's Solfeggietto is always a good technical piece and good music as well. [/b]
Yes, but it's HARD. (at least for me). I do pretty well except for the figures in measures 5 and 6. That's what's keeping me from getting any faster....
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