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#1075771 - 10/03/07 06:44 PM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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#1075772 - 10/03/07 07:11 PM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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I not only think, I KNOW we can do this. March 1, 2008 is the date to shoot for (actually a day or two earlier.) It would be a super birthdday commemeration for this unblievable and much-
loved genius.

And Frycek is correct. No way should we plan on playing all of the mazurkas this time around. I would think if we got through from 1/4 to 1/3 to 1/2... that would be mighty fine.

Kathleen
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#1075773 - 10/03/07 07:14 PM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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Theowne:

I'm a bit confused. I put you down for 24/2 because you listed it first (gosh, sorry if that was not your order of preference). You listed 67/4 second. So are you in for 24/2 or just want to be a back-up for 67/4?

And, yes, we certainly will need back-up people!!

Thanks,
Kathleen
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#1075774 - 10/05/07 01:23 AM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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With fear and trembling I would like to enter.
First choice 30/2,
second choice 7/2
third choice 68/2.

I don't believe any of these have been spoken for.

Hopefully by March I will be able to play them without a mistake. Gaby Tu

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#1075775 - 10/05/07 08:29 AM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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gabytu: I am putting you down for your first choice.

Thanks and don't worry too much about mistakes. We are an error-allowed zone.

Kathleen
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#1075776 - 10/05/07 01:29 PM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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Guys I leave for a couple of days .. and I come to find all my favorites TAKEN!!!!

God I miss the old days when I can logon daily!! An event like that can't have been missed.

Choosing mazurkas already!! This is Kathleen and her "hastiness in the name of the monsieur F.Chopin".

I guess I'll have to relisten to find if anything is still available. ;\)

Cheers to everyone. \:\)

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#1075777 - 10/05/07 02:03 PM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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50/2 isn't taken. It was my second choice. It's really nice and a bit famous.
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#1075778 - 10/05/07 04:37 PM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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Thanks Kathleen, I'll really get busy with 30/2.
Glad that the sky won't fall every time I make a mistake. We will consider them my improvisation on the Chopin Mazurka. Gaby Tu

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#1075779 - 10/05/07 04:47 PM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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My favorite is 63/1. Chardonnay spoke for it, then withdrew the request. Anyone else doing 63/1?
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#1075780 - 10/05/07 04:49 PM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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#1075781 - 10/05/07 06:41 PM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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I changed my mind...I'm playing 68/2.

So the lovely and short 67/2 is now open.

Kathleen
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#1075782 - 10/05/07 07:08 PM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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If anyone is looking for a very charming and haunting and short and one of the simpliest (level 6) mazurkas to play, I highly recommend:

67/2

I learned it in less two weeks. So since I already know it, I thought I'd pick one that I don't know. So I'm going for 68/2.

Kathleen
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#1075783 - 10/05/07 07:36 PM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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Wow, that's a nice piece. I'm going to learn it over the weekend (for my own benefit, not for the Mazurka Marathon, I think this would be good for people who don't want to dedicate themselves to a "long" piece)
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#1075784 - 10/06/07 06:48 AM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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Hi Theowne: I am SO glad you love this mazurka. Yes, a person could definitely sight-read it with no difficulty. And definitely a piece for one who doesn't want to commit to a longer mazurka.

What took me a bit longer is getting that "rubato" right. As with all Chopin's mazurkas, that's what is so tricky, but certainly worth the effort, for it makes all the difference.

Kathleen
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#1075785 - 10/06/07 07:20 AM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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I've changed my mind. I woke up with 50/2 playing in my head this morning. I think it's calling to me. So 50/2 it is. Op 7 nr 3 is now officially open again.
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#1075786 - 10/06/07 08:00 AM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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Aha, Frycek: The same thing happened to me...all of yesterday.

I'm thinking: "Now why do I know that piece so well? It is so familiar." Then it dawned on me. Hershey starting off his M. Chopin with it. It is charming.

OK, I will put you down for it and open up 7/3.

Just a warning: It is very dangerous to listen to Chopin's mazurkas if you have already chosen yours. Because you will find yourself saying: "Oh, that is so beautiful. I have to play that." And this will happen with almost every one you hear.

But changing your mind is allowed.

Kathleen
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#1075787 - 10/06/07 08:13 AM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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May I change mine to Op. 6 No. 3? \:\)

Thank you. Now 24 No. 4 is available.

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#1075788 - 10/06/07 09:00 AM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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Yes, Balakirev.

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#1075789 - 10/06/07 09:37 AM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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VERY SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT- PLEASE READ[/b]

A few people have written me with a concern that I think is a valid one.

The Mazurka Marathon was created with a specific goal in mind. That is... that over a period of 18 months, members of the Piano World will be performing as many Chopin mazurkas as possible. In other words, we will be having THREE RECITALS[/b] total.

First Recital: March 1, 2008
Second Recital: October 17, 2008
Third Recital: March 1, 2009

Some people may only want to participate in one or two or (hopefully) all three. That will be just fine. No one HAS to commit to more than one, or if he/she wants to drop out completely...that's perfectly acceptable.

But the concern is that the easiest mazurkas will be performed during the first recital. And that's O.K. \:\) However, the problem will occur when we get to the second and third recitals. Since the easier mazurkas may have been played during the first recital, only the more difficult ones will remain for the second and third.

And, for some, to get a more difficult piece ready in 6 months, may present a problem.

So it has been suggested that those intending on performing in all three (or just maybe thinking about it) recitals, choose their 3 mazurkas RIGHT NOW![/b]

I know, I know...you're thinking ...how in the heck can I possibly know what I will be able to play 6 months and even 12 months from now? How can I make that decision today or within the next few days? I understand this totally.

What I suggest (that is if you really want to play in all three recitals, or even one or two), listen to as many mazurkas as you can. Write down the ones that appeal to you, thinking about the difficulty level as you do. And then make your list. If you start with a 6 level as I am, maybe chose a 7 level for the second recital and a 8 or maybe another 7 for the third recital.

BTW: If you need to know the difficult level of any, let me know.

You don't have to do all of this today, of course. But maybe within the next week or two. And, as always, the option is always there to change your mind or drop out completely.

A few of you have already indicated your 1st, 2nd and 3rd choices. If you would like to keep these as stated, I will write them next to your name on the first page. And, naturally, you can change the order at any time.

What I am trying to say in the above is simply this. We want to give people ample time to practice. If they have a year and even 18 months to do this, it is very possible that they will be willing to take on the more difficult mazurkas...and thus we will have almost all of Chopin's mazurkas performed during this 3 RECITAL MARATHON!

If you have any questions or comments, please let me know.

If you decide not to choose your other choices now, OK. But remember that the longer you wait, there is always the possibility that you will lose it. \:\(

My best,
Kathleen
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#1075790 - 10/06/07 10:03 AM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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To help in the selection:
The GRADE LEVEL is the number immediately before "Chopin

297 6 Chopin Mazurka in A minor, op. 7 no. 2
298 6 Chopin Mazurka in A minor, op. posth. 67 no. 4
299 6 Chopin Mazurka in A minor, op. posth. 68 no. 2
300 6 Chopin Mazurka in Ab major, op. 24 no. 3
301 6 Chopin Mazurka in B minor, op. 30 no. 2
302 6 Chopin Mazurka in Bb major no. 51
303 6 Chopin Mazurka in Bb major, op. 7 no. 1
304 6 Chopin Mazurka in C major, op. 24 no. 2
305 6 Chopin Mazurka in C major, op. 33 no. 3
287 4 Chopin Mazurka in C major, op. 7 no. 5
306 6 Chopin Mazurka in C major, op. posth. 67 no. 3
307 6 Chopin Mazurka in C minor, op. 30 no. 1
308 6 Chopin Mazurka in E minor, op. 17 no. 2
288 4 Chopin Mazurka in F major, op. posth. 68 no. 3
309 6 Chopin Mazurka in F minor, op. 63 no. 2
289 4 Chopin Mazurka in F minor, op. posth. 68 no. 4
310 6 Chopin Mazurka in G major no. 50
311 6 Chopin Mazurka in G minor, op. 24 no. 1
312 6 Chopin Mazurka in G minor, op. posth. 67 no. 2
313 6 Chopin Mazurka in G# minor, op. 33 no. 1
372 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 01 in F#m (op. 6 no. 1)
331 7 Chopin Mazurka no. 02 in C#m (op. 6 no. 2)
334 7 Chopin Mazurka no. 03 in E (op. 6 no. 3)
336 7 Chopin Mazurka no. 04 in Ebm (op. 6 no. 4)
341 7 Chopin Mazurka no. 07 in Fm (op. 7 no. 3)
342 7 Chopin Mazurka no. 08 in Ab (op. 7 no. 4)
373 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 10 in Bb (op. 17 no. 1)
329 7 Chopin Mazurka no. 12 in Ab (op. 17 no. 3)
330 7 Chopin Mazurka no. 13 in Am (op. 17 no. 4)
374 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 17 in Bbm (op. 24 no. 4)
375 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 20 in Db (op. 30 no. 3)
414 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 21 in C#m (op. 30 no. 4)
415 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 23 in D (op. 33 no. 2)
376 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 25 in Bm (op. 33 no. 4)
332 7 Chopin Mazurka no. 26 in Em (op. 41 no. 1)
416 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 27 in B (op. 41 no. 2)
333 7 Chopin Mazurka no. 28 in Ab (op. 41 no. 3)
417 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 29 in C#m (op. 41 no. 4)
377 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 30 in G (op. 50 no. 1)
335 7 Chopin Mazurka no. 31 in Ab (op. 50 no. 2)
418 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 32 in C#m (op. 50 no. 3)
419 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 33 in B (op. 56 no.1)
378 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 34 in C (op. 56 no. 2)
420 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 35 in Cm (op. 56 no. 3)
379 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 36 in Am (op. 59 no. 1)
380 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 37 in Ab (op. 59 no. 2)
381 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 38 in F#m (op. 59 no. 3)
382 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 39 in B (op. 63 no. 1)
337 7 Chopin Mazurka no. 41 in C#m (op. 63 no. 3)
383 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 42 in G (op.posth. 67 no. 1)
384 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 46 in C (op. posth. 68 no. 1)
338 7 Chopin Mazurka no. 52 in Am
385 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 53 in Am
386 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 54 in D
339 7 Chopin Mazurka no. 55 in Bb
387 8 Chopin Mazurka no. 56 in C
340 7 Chopin Mazurka no. 57 in Ab
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#1075791 - 10/06/07 10:08 AM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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Kathleen and Frycek:

It suprises me that Chopin is so limited in his ability to write 1 or 2 rated pieces. You would think, with all his supposed skills, he would not be so limited.


JUST KIDDING - don't shoot me, it's a joke.
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#1075792 - 10/06/07 10:28 AM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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OK, here are my 3 choices:

1. op 7 nr 3 in F minor
2. op 50 nr 2 in Ab
3. op 50 nr 3 in C# minor
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#1075793 - 10/06/07 10:39 AM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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So it has been suggested that those intending on performing in all three (or just maybe thinking about it) recitals, choose their 3 mazurkas RIGHT NOW!
Alright. I choose the following:

1. op. 6 no. 3 in E
2. op. 41 no. 1 Em
3. op. 68 no. 1 in C

Thank you, and if anyone REALLY wants one of these I can change number 2 or 3.

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#1075794 - 10/06/07 11:22 AM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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Frycek: THANK YOU SO MUCH. That list will be of great help.

gmm1: That comment deserves a little "love" slap.



\:D

I will update the list now. Great.

I think I am going to have a lovely week-end listening to all of Chopin's mazurkas. \:\)

Kathleen
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#1075795 - 10/06/07 11:45 AM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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Yikes, this is getting complicated because I don't know what is the fairest thing to do.

If a person indicated 1st, 2nd, 3rd choice right from the start, do I give them first crack at their two other choices, even if (after my announcement of picking three) others have picked someone else's 2nd or 3rd choice?

PLEASE EVERYONE, TAKE A LOOK AT THE LIST ON THE FIRST PAGE TO SEE IF I MADE ANY REAL GOOFS. I DON'T WANT TO DISAPPOINT OR BE UNFAIR TO ANYONE.

Any comments?

Kathleen
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#1075796 - 10/07/07 12:22 AM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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Originally posted by rustyfingers:
Oooh, good choice Frycek, I was just looking at that one.

OK, put me down for Op 17 No 2 please. (OMG what am I saying?) [/b]
Hi Kathleen,

Could you add this to the list please when you have a chance? Thanks,
RF
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#1075797 - 10/07/07 08:32 AM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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You're on RF. \:\)

Good morning all. Another glorious fall day here in the Chicago area. A large part of the population of Chicago is pretty sad today as the Cubs blew their chances for the pennant and the World Series last night. \:\( But..."wait until next year." Even if we get no other takers from now to March, we will have a super recital as it stands now.

To help me choose my 2nd and 3rd choice, I printed out the list that Frycek so generously provided. Then I drew a line through those already spoken for. Then I circled the "7's". Now today, I am going to listen to all the 7's to see if I can find one that I love and that is within my range. For my third choice, I am a bit leary about picking an 8. (I just finished learning and playing an 8 prelude and it just about killed me.) However, if I hear one that I just MUST play (and remember it will be 18 months from now), I will pick that one.

Kathleen
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#1075798 - 10/07/07 12:41 PM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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I'll sign up for another Op 30.

Let me do this:

First Recital: March 1, 2008 Op 30 #1
Second Recital: October 17, 2008 Op 30 #3
Third Recital: March 1, 2009 Op 30 #4

Might as well do them in order
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#1075799 - 10/07/07 01:52 PM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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Hmm, I thought I had put dibs Op. 6 No. 1. But I'll do a different one. Can't think about it this week.
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#1075800 - 10/07/07 03:18 PM Re: Join In the Mazurka Marathon!!
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I'm sorry PianoAgain. Of course, the 6/1 is yours. I got you mixed up with Pianolina... :rolleyes:

Kathleen
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