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#1227192 - 07/04/09 10:04 PM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: LiszThalberg]
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I edited it to make it a little more geared to "the solo pianist" and only included solo pieces and piano concertos.


Solo Works

Albeniz
-Iberia, Bk. 1

Bach:
-2 part Inventions
-Sinfonia No. 1, 15
-Chaconne (Busoni's arrangement)
-Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue
-English Suite #2,3,5
-French Suite 5
-French Suite 6
-Italian Concerto
-Partita 2, 3, 6
-WTC Book 1: 1, 2, 5, 7, 8,, 17, 21
-WTC Book 2: 5, 16

Bartok:
-Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm No. 1
-Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm No. 6
-Op. 14 Suite

Beethoven:

-Sonata Op. 2 No. 1
-Sonata Op. 2 No.3
-Sonata Op. 7
-Sonata Op. 10 No. 1
-Sonata Op. 10 No. 2
-Sonata Op. 10 No. 3 (1st and 2nd Movement)
-Sonata Op. 13
-Sonata Op. 14 No. 2
-Sonata Op. 22
-Sonata Op. 26
-Sonata Op. 27 No. 2
-Sonata Op. 28
-Sonata Op. 31 No. 1
-Sonata Op. 31 No. 2
-Sonata Op. 31 No. 3
-Sonata Op. 49 No. 1
-Sonata Op. 49 No. 2
-Sonata Op. 53
-Sonata Op. 81
-Sonata Op. 90
-Sonata Op. 101
-Sonata Op. 109
-Sonata Op. 110
-Sonata Op. 111
-6 bagatelles Op. 126


Berio :
-Wasserklavier
-Erdenklavier
-Luftklavier
-Feuerklavier

Boulez:
- Notations

Brahms:
-Hungarian dance #6
-Intermezzo Op. 116 No. 6
-Intermezzo Op. 118 No. 2
-Rhapsody Op. 119 No. 4
-Rhapsody Op. 79 no. 1
-Op. 116
-Sonata No. 1
-Handel Variations

Chaminade:
-Meditation 76/6

Chopin:

-Barcarolle op.51
-Berceuse op.57
-Ballade: No 1,2,3
-Etudes: Op. 10 No. 1,2,4,5, 12
-Etudes: Op. 25 No. 5, 6,7,10, 12
-Fantasy Op. 49
-Polonaise Op. 53, Op. 40, Op. 44
-Preludes: 4,6,7,12,18,20
-Scherzi 1, 2, 3, 4
-Nocturne Op. 72 No. 1
-Nocturne Op. 9 No. 2
-Nocturne Op. 27 No. 1
-Nocturne Op. 55 No. 1
-Nocturne Op. 37 No. 1
-Nocturne Op. 9 No. 1
-Nocturne Op. 9 No. 3
-Sonata No. 3
-Waltzes Op. 64
-Waltz Op. 34 No. 1


Clementi:
-Sonata Op. 25 No. 5 (2nd movement)

Dodge:
-"Any Resemblance is Purely Coincidental"

Ginastera:
-Danzas Argentina (2nd Movement)
-Creole Dance
-Tribute to Roberto Garcia Morillo
-Sonata No. 1

Debussy:
-La Fille aux cheveus de lin
-La Cathedrale engloutie
-Minstrels
-Les sons et les parfums tournent dans l'air du soir
-La plus que lent
-Arabesque No. 1
-Clair de lune
-Soiree dans Grenade
-Images bk. 1

Fibich:
-Poem

Field
-Nocturnes 9 and 10

Filtsch:
-Adieu and Mazurka

Gershwin:
-Three Preludes

Godard:
-Toccata

Granados
-La maja y el ruiseñor (from Goyescas)

Haydn :
-a couple sonatas
-Sonata No. 35 in C Major
-Sonatas Hob. XVI:8, 23, 26, 27, 34, and 46
-Andante and Variations in f minor

Kabalevsky:
-Prelude Op. 38 No. 14

Kuzmenko
-Memoir for the victims of Chernobyl

Lecuona:
-Malaguena

Liszt:
-Consolation 3
-Mephisto Waltz 1
-Mephisto Waltz 3
-Sonata in B minor (up to the fugue)
-En Reve
-Un Sospiro
-Hungarian Rhapsody 2
-Liebestraume No. 3
-Harmonies du soir
-Transcendental etude 10
-Petrarch sonnets 104 and 123
-Liszt legende no. 2

MacDowell:
-To a Wild Rose, Op. 51 No. 1
-March Wind, Op. 46 No. 10

Mendelssohn:
-Rondo capriccioso Op. 14

Messiaen:
- Vingt Regards: Regard de l'Etoile, Noël
- Petites Esquisses d'oiseaux: La Merle noire

Moszkowski:
-Etude Op. 72 No. 2

Mozart:
-Sonata K283 (1st movement)
-Sonata K284 (1st movement)
-Sonata K309
-Sonata K310
-Sonata K330
-Sonata K331
-Sonata K332
-Sonata K333
-Sonata K457
-Adagio in B minor K540
-Soanta K545
-Sonata K576
-12 Variations on Ah! Vous dirai-je, maman


Mussorgski:
-Pictures at an Exhibition

Nancarrow:
-Tango?


Prokofiev:
-Prelude Op. 12 No. 7
-Sonata No. 2 in dm
-Sonata No. 3
-Sonata No. 5 in C (first movement)
-Sonata No. 6 in A (first movement)
-Sonata No. 7
-Sonata No. 8
-Sarcasms
-visions fugitive


Rachmaninoff:
-Prelude Op. 3 No. 2
-Prelude Op. 23 No. 4,5,6
-Vocalise
-Moment Musical 3
-Elegie
-Sonata No. 2

Ravel:
-Miroirs
-Sonatina
-Le Tombeau de Couperin, Prelude
-Pavane pour une infante defunte
-Jeux D'eau


Reger:
-Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Bach, Op. 81

Rzewski:
10 variations from The People United...


Scarlatti:
-2 or 3 Sonatas
-118/132
-Sonata Bm

Schoenberg
-6 Kleine Klavierstücke op.19

Schubert :
-Sonata D. 784 (a minor)
-Standchen
-Impromptus Op. 142 Nos. 2 and 3
-Four impromptus op. 90
-Moment musicaux op. 94 no. 4


Schumann:
-Kreisleriana
-Eusebius
-Traumerei
-Widmung
-Fantasy
-Kinderscenes
-Davidsbundlertanze
-Arabesque,
-Faschingsswanck aus Wien
-Waldszenen
-Fantasiestücke op.12


Scriabin :
-Sonata No. 2
-Sonata No. 8
-Sonata No. 9

Sibelius:
-Romance Op. 24 No. 9

Stravinsky
- Piano Rag Music

Tcherepnin:
-Bagatelles Op. 5 No. 1, 10.

Ustvolskaya:
- Sonata No. 5
- Sonata No. 6

Vladiguerov:
-Improvisation
-Rhapsody Vardar
-Prelude and Autumn Elegie, op. 15

Concertos

Beethoven:
-Piano Concertos: 1,3,4

Brahms:
-Piano Concerto No. 1
-Piano Concerto No. 2

Haydn:
-Piano Concerto No. 11 in D major, Hob. XVIII/11 (3rd Movement)

Mendelssohn:
-Piano Concerto Op. 25 No. 1 (1st Movement)

Mozart:
-Piano Concertos: 5,6,12,15,16,17,20,22,23,25,27

Prokofiev:
-Piano Concerto No. 3

Chopin concerto no. 2 in f minor

Rachmaninoff
-Concerto no. 2

Saint-Saens
-Concerto no. 2 in G minor

Schumann:
-Piano Concerto



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#1227196 - 07/04/09 10:12 PM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: Thracozaag]
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Originally Posted By: Thracozaag
I'll add a list of pieces in my rep that I would perform only with an "obligatory-ten-hour-makeout-session-with-Danica McKellar" clause in the contract:

Scriabin: Sonata #8, Op. 66
Godowsky/Chopin: Ignuus Fatus and/or Winterwind etudes
Reger: Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Bach, Op. 81
Nancarrow: Tango?
Martucci: Piano Quintet, Op. 45
Liszt/Horowitz: Scherzo and March
Tchaikovsky/Feinberg: Scherzo from Symphony #6
Brahms: Concerto #2, Op. 83



This is nothing new, but you are amazingly awesome. When do the Koji groupies get recordings of your Chopin/Godowsky?

I have played quite a bit of stuff over the years, but my actual repertoire is relatively small. I'll just add one or two things that I don't think are on there yet (haven't looked closely), and so Alkan and Bolcom can have coverage:

Alkan: Symphony for Solo Piano
Bolcom: The Garden of Eden Suite
Mozart: Fantasy and Sonata in C minor
Liszt: Funerailles, Vallee d'Obermann
Brahms: Op. 10 Ballades
Gershwin-Finnissy: "They're Writing Songs of Love, But Not for Me"; "How Long Has This Been Going On?"; "Love is Here to Stay" (more to come soon, I hope)

I'll probably add some more as they come to me. I don't think those are on there yet.


Edited by Goldberg (07/04/09 10:14 PM)

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#1229796 - 07/10/09 10:17 PM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: gooddog]
Damon Offline
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Originally Posted By: gooddog
I'm finally home. Some I can play right now. Many would need reviving and polishing. Here's mine:

Bach JS Bouree From 2nd violin sonata
Bach JS Concerto D minor BWV 1052 1 movement
Bach JS Concerto F minor BWV 1056
Bach JS Italian Concerto
Bach JS Prelude and Fugue E major Book 1 BWV 854
Bach JS Prelude G# minor Book 2 BWV 887
Bach JS Prelude F# minor Book 2 BWV 883
Bach JS Prelude and Fugue C minor Book 1 #2
Bach JS Prelude and Fugue D major Book 1 #5
Bach JS Prelude and Fugue Eb minorBook 1 #8
Bach JS Prelude and Fugue Bb major Book 1 #21
Bach JS Prelude and Fugue F minor Book 2 BWV 881
Bach JS Prelude only C major Book 1 #1
Bach JS Sonata II for flute and piano Eb major
Beethoven Fur Elise
Beethoven Sonata Opus 27 #2 (part)
Beethoven Sonata Opus 2 #1
Beethoven Sonata Opus 31 #3 (part)
Beethoven Sonata Opus 13 (Pathetique)
Beethoven Sonata Opus 47 (Appassionata parts)
Brahms 2 Rhaposidies Opus 79
Brahms Intermezzo Opus 118 #2
Brahms Intermezzo Opus 117 #3 C# minor
Brahms Waltz Opus 39 #15
Chopin Etude Opus 10 #9 F minor
Chopin Etude Opus 25 #9 G flat major
Chopin Etude Opus 10 #3 E major
Chopin Etude Opus 10 #12
Chopin Grande Valse Brilliante Opus 18 E flat major
Chopin Impromptu Opus 66 C# minor
Chopin Mazurka Opus 17 #4 A minor
Chopin Mazurka Opus 67 #3 C major
Chopin Mazurka Opus 67 # 2 G minor
Chopin Mazurka Opus 67 #4 A minor
Chopin Mazurka Opus 68 # 2 A minor
Chopin Mazurka Opus 68 # 3 F major
Chopin Noctourne Opus 9 #1 B Flat Major
Chopin Noctourne Opus 9 #2 E flat major
Chopin Noctourne Opus 15 #3 G minor
Chopin Noctourne Opus 27 #2 D flat major
Chopin Noctourne Opus 37 #1 G minor
Chopin Noctourne Opus 55 No 1 F minor
Chopin Piano Concerto E minor Opu 11 E minor 1st & part 2nd mvmnt
Chopin Polonaise Opus 40 #1 A major
Chopin Prelude Opus 28 #4 E minor
Chopin Prelude Opus 28 #7 A major
Chopin Prelude Opus 28 #15 D flat major
Chopin Prelude Opus 28 # 20 C minor
Chopin Prelude Opus 28 No 3 G major
Chopin Waltz Opus 34 #1 Ab major
Chopin Waltz Opus 34 #2
Chopin Waltz Opus 34 # 3
Chopin Waltz Opus 42 Ab major
Chopin Waltz Opus 64 #1
Chopin Waltz Opus 64 #2
Chopin Waltz Opus 64 #3
Chopin Waltz Opus 69 #1
Chopin Waltz Opus 69 #2
Chopin Waltz Opus 70 #1
Chopin Waltz Opus 70 #2
Chopin Waltz Opus 70 #3
Chopin Waltz Posthumous E minor
Chopin Waltz Posthumous E major
Clemente Sonatinas
Durand Valse E flat
Gershwin 3 preludes
Grieg Wedding Day in Troldhaugen Opus 65 #6
Haydn Sonata E minor 1778
Haydn Sonata C# minor 1780
Haydn Sonata G major 1784
Haydn Sonata F major 1773
Haydn Sonata E flat Major 1766
Haydn Sonata B flat major 1784
Haydn Sonata G major 1766
Haydn Sonata g major 1766
Haydn Sonata
Lully Courante
Massenet Aragonaise from El Cid
Mendelssohn Rondo Capriccioso Opus 14
Mendelssohn Songs Without Words Many
Moussorgsky Pictures on Exhibition Promenade, Gnome, Old Castle
Mozart Fantasie
Mozart Piano Concerto #19 F Major 1st & 2nd movements
Mozart Sonata K280
Mozart Sonata K279
Mozart Sonata K283
Mozart Sonata K311
Mozart Sonata K310
Mozart Sonata K330
Mozart Sonata K331
Mozart Sonata K332
Mozart Sonata K333
Mozart Sonata K457
Mozart Sonata K545
Pachelbel Ciaconna
Pieczonka Tarantella A minor
Poulenc Improvisation 15 C minor
Prokofiev March From Love of 3 Oranges
Rachmaninoff Elegie Opus 3 #1
Rachmaninoff Etude Opus 3 #2
Rachmaninoff Moment Musical Opus 16 #3
Rachmaninoff Moment Musical Opus 16 #5
Rachmaninoff Noctourne Opus 10 #1
Rachmaninoff Prelude Opus 32 #2
Rachmaninoff Prelude Opus 32 #9
Rachmaninoff Prelude Opus 32 #11
Rachmaninoff Prelude Opus 32 #12
Rachmaninoff Prelude Opus 23 #4
Rachmaninoff Prelude Opus 23 #3
Rachmaninoff Prelude Opus 23 #5
Rachmaninoff Prelude Opus 23 # 9 parts
Rachmaninoff Romance
Rachmaninoff Serenade Opus 3 #5
Satie 3 Gymnopedies
Schubert Impromptus Opus 90 Andante Mosso G Flat
Schubert Impromptus Opus 90 Allegretto
Schumann Etude Opus 13 #2
Schumann Scenes from Childhood Foreign lands
Tchaikovsky Seasons:October, November
Villa-Lobos Le Polichinelle


Wow! I'd be extremely happy if I could play that many pieces. I don't think I can remember more than 10 at a time.
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#1229824 - 07/10/09 11:15 PM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: Damon]
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Originally Posted By: Damon
I don't think I can remember more than 10 at a time.
Except that we're not necessarily talking about memorised works.
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#1229845 - 07/11/09 12:01 AM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: currawong]
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Originally Posted By: currawong
Originally Posted By: Damon
I don't think I can remember more than 10 at a time.
Except that we're not necessarily talking about memorised works.

I would hope not. As an organist, I can play a mountain of service music at short notice, but hell, none of it is memorized. Doesn't need to be, any more than those myriad Anglican anthems, some of which aren't worth more than a quick run-through prior to the service. grin
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#1229846 - 07/11/09 12:01 AM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: currawong]
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Yes, and as Currawong said, most of these pieces are not memorised and of course I can't play all of those at the drop of a hat. Matt invited us to list: "Pieces you feel you've completed.". Many of those on my list would require some work to revive. I haven't played some in many, many years.
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#1229848 - 07/11/09 12:05 AM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: gooddog]
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Originally Posted By: gooddog
Many of those on my list would require some work to revive. I haven't played some in many, many years.

I hear you. Harold Schonberg relates an anecdote about Liszt: late in life he was reminded of a silly, but difficult piece he had played (probably something by Herz) in his earlier years. Liszt sat down at the piano and rattled it off.
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#1230174 - 07/11/09 08:32 PM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: argerichfan]
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Rachmaninoff:
Etude-Tableaux No. 9 in D minor

Liszt:
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 11
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 13

Scriabin:
Etude Op. 8 No. 5

Mendelssohn:
Etude Op. 104 No. 3 in A minor

Paderewski:
Chant d'Amour

Stravinsky:
Petrushaka - Only the first movement, Danse Russe. Does that still count?

Does anyone have some idea of how much of the entire classical repertoire the board collectively have covered percentage-wise?

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#1230181 - 07/11/09 08:51 PM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: Swordfish]
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Originally Posted By: Swordfish
Rachmaninoff:
Etude-Tableaux No. 9 in D minor

Liszt:
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 11
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 13

Scriabin:
Etude Op. 8 No. 5

Mendelssohn:
Etude Op. 104 No. 3 in A minor

Paderewski:
Chant d'Amour

Stravinsky:
Petrushaka - Only the first movement, Danse Russe. Does that still count?

Does anyone have some idea of how much of the entire classical repertoire the board collectively have covered percentage-wise?


I'm beginning to think that no matter how many times I add things to the list... people will have more, that's a good thing in my book. It probably could have been easier saying pretty much everything from almost any well known composer is covered and even some obscure guys are covered.

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#1230197 - 07/11/09 09:10 PM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: Swordfish]
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Originally Posted By: Swordfish
Does anyone have some idea of how much of the entire classical repertoire the board collectively have covered percentage-wise?


Much less than 1%.

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#1230217 - 07/11/09 09:58 PM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: pianoloverus]
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For example, we do not yet have a single work by a baroque French composer. None of the Couperin family, no Rameau, or Daquin. Not a single pre-classical English work (Byrd, Bull, Gibbons, etc...) Nothing by Handel or Telemann. None of the little fantasies or odd miscellaneous pieces by Bach. Very little by Les Six or the Russian Five. No Copland. No Muczynski. No Liebermann. No Gade. No Kirchner. No Thalberg. No Janacek. No Dussek. No Crumb, Cowell, or Ives. No Kapustin or Roslavets.

etc...

However, I do believe we have covered at least 90% of what you'd find in the average undergraduate piano literature course.
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#1230243 - 07/11/09 11:23 PM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: signa]
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There seems to be a startling lack of Schubert in the repertoire! Shame PW, Shame!
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#1230390 - 07/12/09 11:43 AM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: LiszThalberg]
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Here is my rep. list. Does not include piano duets

Repertoire
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Invention No. 1 in C Major BWV 772
Invention No. 2 in C Minor BWV 773
Invention No. 4 in D Minor BWV 775
Invention No. 6 in E Major BWV 777
Invention No. 8 in F Major BWV 779
Invention No. 9 in F Minor BWV 780
Sinfonia No. 2 in C Minor BWV 788
Sinfonia No. 6 in E Major BWV 792
Prelude & Fugue No. 1 in C Major BWV 816
Prelude & Fugue No. 5 in D Major BWV 850
Prelude & Fugue No. 6 in D Minor BWV 851
Prelude & Fugue No. 10 in E minor BWV 855

Bela Bartok (1881-1945)
Suite Op. 14

Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
Capriccio in B Minor Op. 76 No. 2
Concerto in D Minor Op. 15
6 Klavierstücke Op. 118
Waltz in A flat Major Op. 39 No. 15

Ludwig Van Beethoven (1770-1827)
Six Variations on "nel cor più non mi sento” Op. 70
Fur Elise Op. 59
Piano Sonata No.1 in F minor Op. 2 No. 1
Piano Sonata No. 6 in F major Op 10 No. 2
Piano Sonata No. 13 in E flat Major Op 27 No. 1
Piano Sonata No. 14 in C-sharp minor 'Sonata quasi una fantasia' ("Moonlight") Op. 27 No. 2

Frederic Chopin (1810-1849)
Prelude in A Minor Op. 28 No.2
Prelude in G Major Op. 28 No. 3
Prelude in E Minor Op. 28 No. 4
Prelude in A Major Op. 28 No. 7
Prelude in G-Sharp Minor Op. 28 No. 12
Prelude in C Minor Op. 28 No. 20
Prelude in G Minor Op. 28 No. 22
Prelude in F major Op. 28 No. 23
Nocturne in E-flat Major Op. 9 No. 2
Nocturne in G Minor Op. 37 No. 1
Nocturne in C Minor Op. 48 No. 1
Polonaise in E-flat Op. 26 no. 2

Claude Debussy(1862-1918)
Claire de Lune
Prelude No. 1 “Danseuses de Delphes”
Prelude No. 8 “La fille aux cheveux de lin”

George Gerswhin (1898-1937)
Three Piano Preludes

Alberto Ginastera(1916-1983)
Danzas Argentinas Op. 2

William Martin Joel (1947)
Reverie for piano ("Villa d'Este"), Op. 3
Invention for piano in C minor, Op. 6
Suite for piano ("Star-Crossed"), Op. 8

Franz Liszt (1811-1886)
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 8 in F-Sharp Minor
Consolation No. 1 E Major
Consolation No. 3 in D-flat Major
Liebstraum No. 1

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Piano Sonata in B-Flat Major K 570
Fantasie in D minor K 397
Concerto in D minor K 466

Mortiz Moszkowski (1854-1925)
Etude No. 9 in D major Op 72 No. 9
Etude No. 11 in A-Flat Major Op. 72 No. 11

Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
Impromptu No. 2 in E-Flat Major Op. 90 No. 2
Impromptu No 3 In G-Flat Major Op. 90 No. 3

Sergie Rachmaninov (1873-1943)
Prelude in C-Sharp Minor Op. 3 No. 2
Prelude No. 10 in B Minor Op. 32 No 10
Etude-Tableaux No. 8 in G minor Op. 33 No. 8


Edited by jdhampton924 (07/12/09 11:48 AM)

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#1230650 - 07/12/09 09:45 PM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: pianoloverus]
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no duets? man... that sucks...

This is really fantastic! Thanks so much; great idea Debussy20!
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#1230651 - 07/12/09 09:50 PM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: Oz Marcus]
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Originally Posted By: Oz Marcus
There seems to be a startling lack of Schubert in the repertoire! Shame PW, Shame!
Well I have quite a bit of Schubert in my repertoire - both piano trios, the A major violin sonata, F minor Fantasy, Winterreise, Die Schöne Müllerin and hundreds of other Lieder. But they're ensemble pieces, aren't they, and not included. smile
So, Oz, where's yours? smile
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#1230693 - 07/12/09 11:40 PM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: Kreisler]
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Originally Posted By: Kreisler
For example, we do not yet have a single work by a baroque French composer. None of the Couperin family...

Yet count me in for that, though only as an organist. François wrote two incredible organ masses (music I use in church... but please don't ask how I adapt for British instruments wink ), but quite frankly I've never found much of interest in Louis's music. It is dull beyond belief, at least what he wrote for keyboard.

Daquin wrote a fair amount of organ music, though it tends to sound much the same. Haven't found any Rameau for organ, though the Gavotte & Variations work quite effectively on the piano.

Quite interestingly about Rameau, his 'appearance' on the printed page bears a striking similarity to Alkan. Make of that what you will.
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#1230697 - 07/12/09 11:50 PM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: gooddog]
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Originally Posted By: gooddog
Yes, and as Currawong said, most of these pieces are not memorised and of course I can't play all of those at the drop of a hat. Matt invited us to list: "Pieces you feel you've completed.". Many of those on my list would require some work to revive. I haven't played some in many, many years.


By that criteria, I could list things that I'm comfortable sight-reading. Beethoven's Sonatina in G for instance, which I played for the first time an hour ago. As long as the music is front of me, I could play that in a recital tomorrow. So if there is no grade level restrictions, this list could become truly huge.
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#1231362 - 07/14/09 10:24 AM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: Damon]
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Originally Posted By: Damon
Originally Posted By: gooddog
Yes, and as Currawong said, most of these pieces are not memorised and of course I can't play all of those at the drop of a hat. Matt invited us to list: "Pieces you feel you've completed.". Many of those on my list would require some work to revive. I haven't played some in many, many years.


By that criteria, I could list things that I'm comfortable sight-reading. Beethoven's Sonatina in G for instance, which I played for the first time an hour ago. As long as the music is front of me, I could play that in a recital tomorrow. So if there is no grade level restrictions, this list could become truly huge.


Damon,I suspect the "spirit" of the list would exclude sightreading. To me, "works completed" means music you have played and finished to your satisfaction. Abandoning music for a while might require work to revive but the basic structure, fingering and understanding of what the music is saying is still in your brain/hands and just needs a refresher. This is quite different from reading through a piece of music for the first time.
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#1231385 - 07/14/09 11:00 AM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: Kreisler]
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Originally Posted By: Kreisler
For example, we do not yet have a single work by a baroque French composer. None of the Couperin family, no Rameau, or Daquin. Not a single pre-classical English work (Byrd, Bull, Gibbons, etc...) Nothing by Handel or Telemann. None of the little fantasies or odd miscellaneous pieces by Bach. Very little by Les Six or the Russian Five. No Copland. No Muczynski. No Liebermann. No Gade. No Kirchner. No Thalberg. No Janacek. No Dussek. No Crumb, Cowell, or Ives. No Kapustin or Roslavets.

etc...

However, I do believe we have covered at least 90% of what you'd find in the average undergraduate piano literature course.


I know! There's so much great music out there yet to explore, it is hard to know what to do next. I would like to work on some other Baroque composers than Bach (though I do love him lots!), and I have a book Muczynski I've been eyeing for a few years. And then there's all the vocal rep I want to learn...
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#1554050 - 11/09/10 12:43 AM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: LiszThalberg]
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Hello im confused is debussy's repertoire the one stated in the first post? Because that is a very wide repertoire if its his:
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#1554056 - 11/09/10 12:52 AM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: Kreisler]
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Originally Posted By: Kreisler
For example, we do not yet have a single work by a baroque French composer.


I will play "Les Barricades Mysterieuses" by Francois Couperin at the drop of a hat, and often do, both on organ and piano.

Quote:
No Janacek.


I play V Mlhach (In the Mist) and Cunning Little Vixen is my favorite opera.

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#1554071 - 11/09/10 01:33 AM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: vladimiroir]
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Originally Posted By: vladimiroir
Hello im confused is debussy's repertoire the one stated in the first post? Because that is a very wide repertoire if its his:
No, he edited his original list to include all the contributions as they came in.
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#1554115 - 11/09/10 03:05 AM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: LiszThalberg]
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Oh so, currently his repertoire is not in this post, right? Thank you currawong/
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#1554142 - 11/09/10 05:45 AM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: vladimiroir]
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Originally Posted By: vladimiroir
Oh so, currently his repertoire is not in this post, right? Thank you currawong/
His is included in it. You'd have to read the whole thread (which is a year or so old).
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#1554148 - 11/09/10 06:23 AM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: LiszThalberg]
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Oh, so i guess currently i cant really know his original repertoire<
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#1554424 - 11/09/10 04:59 PM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: LiszThalberg]
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did you notice that some of us added nothing, just kept very silent indeed? it is an impossible thread, just calling people to show off on paper, let them play it all, by heart and tomorrow evening in Carnegie Hall...
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#1554462 - 11/09/10 05:34 PM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: LiszThalberg]
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jesus. my repertoire so looks little compared to this....

ill post mine when i can but it surely aint as big as some peoples here

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#1554476 - 11/09/10 05:50 PM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: dolce sfogato]
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Originally Posted By: dolce sfogato
did you notice that some of us added nothing, just kept very silent indeed? it is an impossible thread, just calling people to show off on paper, let them play it all, by heart and tomorrow evening in Carnegie Hall...


Yes, I noticed wink
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#1554484 - 11/09/10 06:01 PM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: GeorgeB]
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jesus. my repertoire so looks little compared to this....

ill post mine when i can but it surely aint as big as some peoples here


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#1554488 - 11/09/10 06:06 PM Re: The Piano World repertoire. [Re: dolce sfogato]
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Originally Posted By: dolce sfogato
did you notice that some of us added nothing, just kept very silent indeed? it is an impossible thread, just calling people to show off on paper, let them play it all, by heart and tomorrow evening in Carnegie Hall...


No, I didn't notice. I thought everyone responded.
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