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#1666441 - 04/25/11 05:41 PM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: pianojosh23]
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Heller's "Warriors song"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MTJI2d1CcI
Mozart Sonata K545 Mvt 1
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Thank you
I just remembered today that I have Heller's book with the 'Warriors song'. I played through it several times this evening (slowly) it is a rather impressive sounding piece, feels good to play and is not really that difficult! (Once you get over the hardest part of landing on right chords between the big jumps!)

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#1666499 - 04/25/11 07:20 PM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: AaronL619]
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May I suggest an option... take a piece you already know, and learn it well. Memorize it, so you don't need to read the music, and learn to put some feeling into your performance. Why you ask? Simple... a good piece played well will always sound better than a more complex piece played poorly. Let your skills be the showpiece, and your audience will believe they have heard a masterpiece!
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#1666631 - 04/26/11 12:47 AM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: AaronL619]
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I would say mostly Liszt. Very bombastic, wows the general public, but not that hard.

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#1666645 - 04/26/11 01:23 AM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: celegorma]
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Originally Posted By: teccomin
I would say mostly Liszt. Very bombastic, wows the general public, but not that hard.

Are you thinking of the same Liszt that I'm thinking of?

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#1666665 - 04/26/11 03:07 AM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: Frozenicicles]
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Originally Posted By: Frozenicicles
Originally Posted By: teccomin
I would say mostly Liszt. Very bombastic, wows the general public, but not that hard.

Are you thinking of the same Liszt that I'm thinking of?


No joke...geez. Some of the suggestions here...

Aaron, some more suggestions are the easier Chopin waltzes and preludes. They do have a lot of musical work to them, but the are very easily technically-wise (for the most part).

Also, look up some Rebikov learning pieces. He has some very simple walztes and childrens songs that are very 'full' sounding but follow a simple pattern. One example I can think of is 'The Clown.'

If Inventions are too steep, the Little Preludes are fun and also very impressive sounding, especially if you can get the ornaments in (which will be good practice for you anyway!).

Essentially, though, I think Bee Dee said it best. Play things you already know, and continue to learn, rather than spend your time on songs you may not want to learn just to impress others.
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#1666667 - 04/26/11 03:15 AM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: AaronL619]
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There's the obvious one's such as Beethoven's 'Fur Elise', Mozart's Alla Turca etc. A couple of the Chopin Waltz' sound pretty impressive too, the Posth B minor and A minor Waltzes sound impressive but aren't too taxing, and a couple of the Preludes. To be honest, with none Classical Music lovers, if you play anything they recognize (1st Movement of Moonlight Sonata, Clair De Lune etc), they are impressed.

Oh I forgot to mention, a couple of Scott Joplin's Rag are a little on the easier side. I'd avoid Maple Leaf Rag and The Entertainer because they're really quite tricky at times, but one of his laster Rag's, the Magnetic Rag is a lot easier. And why not invest in a copy of Bach's "Eight Short Prelude's and Fugue's" (originally for Organ but a Piano Solo edition is around) - they're a lot easier than the Well Tempered Clavier but still sound impressive.

Good Luck! And happy playing smile.


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#1666668 - 04/26/11 03:17 AM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: Samuel1993]
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Originally Posted By: Samuel1993
There's the obvious one's such as Beethoven's 'Fur Elise', Mozart's Alla Turca etc. A couple of the Chopin Waltz' sound pretty impressive too, the Posth B minor and A minor Waltzes sound impressive but aren't too taxing, and a couple of the Preludes. To be honest, with none Classical Music lovers, if you play anything they recognize (1st Movement of Moonlight Sonata, Clair De Lune etc), they are impressed.


The problem is, most of the stuff that non-classical-music lovers like is way above what he's asking for and about.
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#1666678 - 04/26/11 04:05 AM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: Samuel1993]
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Originally Posted By: Samuel1993
There's the obvious one's such as Beethoven's 'Fur Elise', Mozart's Alla Turca etc.


Impressive? I find it hard to believe that even the musically uneducated find either impressive, since it seems every other kid on the block plays one or the other (or both).
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#1666686 - 04/26/11 04:47 AM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: Mark_C]
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Maybe the piece would be more popular if he just called it "Wedding Day at Wherever." ha


'Troldhaugen' just means Troll's House in Norwegian, and is the name of Grieg's home near Bergen, beside a fjord. Once you've visited it, you'll always remember the name...

Which reminds me, another fairly easy but impressive-sounding Lyric Piece is 'March of the Trolls' - play it as fast and aggressively as you dare (and don't forget that trolls are ugly and dastardly creatures...) - you'll bring the house down grin.
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#1666691 - 04/26/11 05:17 AM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: Damon]
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You'll always have a crowd around the piano when you start playing Scott Joplin's works.....

Especially little kids. smile

Y'all ever notice? It seems they immediately stop whatever they're doing and start smiling, laughing, and especially dancing.


And running for the ice cream truck. laugh


I don't know if one can generalize about a nation's children, but you can usually spot Dutch children even in other countries, they're the ones running around restaurants while their parents are blissfully oblivious.

I once played a wedding ceremony and two children were running around the priest or minister while he was doing his bit. It was truly amazing. The parents of those children did not nothing. I was fuming.

I see the same lack of parental control at outside concerts.
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#1666717 - 04/26/11 07:50 AM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: bennevis]
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'Troldhaugen' just means Troll's House in Norwegian, and is the name of Grieg's home near Bergen, beside a fjord. Once you've visited it, you'll always remember the name...

Which reminds me, another fairly easy but impressive-sounding Lyric Piece is 'March of the Trolls' - play it as fast and aggressively as you dare (and don't forget that trolls are ugly and dastardly creatures...) - you'll bring the house down grin.
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#1666718 - 04/26/11 07:57 AM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: AaronL619]
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My mental picture of a troll in PW is crazy....
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#1666728 - 04/26/11 08:25 AM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: stores]
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Originally Posted By: Samuel1993
There's the obvious one's such as Beethoven's 'Fur Elise', Mozart's Alla Turca etc.


Impressive? I find it hard to believe that even the musically uneducated find either impressive, since it seems every other kid on the block plays one or the other (or both).


When the really really musically uneducated ask me to play, I sometimes do play the fur elise if I'm in no mood to play anything else and they are almost always highly impressed.
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#1666731 - 04/26/11 08:29 AM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: liszt85]
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Originally Posted By: stores
Originally Posted By: Samuel1993
There's the obvious one's such as Beethoven's 'Fur Elise', Mozart's Alla Turca etc.


Impressive? I find it hard to believe that even the musically uneducated find either impressive, since it seems every other kid on the block plays one or the other (or both).


When the really really musically uneducated ask me to play, I sometimes do play the fur elise if I'm in no mood to play anything else and they are almost always highly impressed.


I'm not saying "Elise" isn't a wonderful piece...it is. I'm also not saying that only one who is musically uneducated can appreciate it, but it's soooo played by soooo many I have a hard time believing many would find playing it an impressive feat.
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#1666732 - 04/26/11 08:33 AM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: stores]
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Originally Posted By: stores
Originally Posted By: Samuel1993
There's the obvious one's such as Beethoven's 'Fur Elise', Mozart's Alla Turca etc.


Impressive? I find it hard to believe that even the musically uneducated find either impressive, since it seems every other kid on the block plays one or the other (or both).


I think you have the tendency of giving the musically uneducated too much credit.
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#1666797 - 04/26/11 10:34 AM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: AaronL619]
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My experience of the 'musically uneducated' is that if you play something that involves changing hand positions rapidly and a bit of finger dexterity, they'll be impressed. And that includes Fur Elise and (even more so, because of the octaves) Rondo alla turca. But not something like a straightforward Chopin Nocturne or one of his slow waltzes, no matter how expressive it sounds: they don't appreciate tonal or phrasing niceties.

Better to give them K545 instead, if all else fails grin.

I normally play only for my own satisfaction and alone, but if I have an audience (usually when I'm on holiday, and playing on a strange piano), I know exactly how to impress them....
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#1666802 - 04/26/11 10:45 AM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: AaronL619]
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Chopin's Cmi Prelude is big, short, and not hard to play or memorize.

Also Wm Gillock's book of preludes are all early to mid intermediate, and sound much harder than they are.
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#1666857 - 04/26/11 12:07 PM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: AaronL619]
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Originally Posted By: AaronL619
I am not a very advanced pianist. I play the piano mainly for the enjoyment of myself not really to impress others. Though occasionally get asked to play for family, friends etc.
So I am asking suggestions for some new pieces that are basically easier to play than they sound that would impress/entertain listeners.

I am moving on to start my grade 6 soon but to give you an idea of my level here are a few pieces I can play:

Cecile Chaminade - Scarf Dance
Erik Satie - Gymnopedie no.1 & Gnossienne no.1
Clementi - sonatinas from op. 36
Gustav Lange - Blumedlied


Thanks


Aaron -

Everyone here is going to have their own idea of what is "easy" and "impressive."

When you are asked to perform for family and friends, simply play whatever you know or are working on at the time. The "Scarf Dance," for example, is an upbeat, appealing piece that people enjoy hearing. The "Gymnopedie" and "Gnossienne" are also very accessible. Most folks aren't too picky. They simply want to hear you play something - anything - for a couple of minutes. Play whatever you can perform well. Believe me - they'll be impressed !!


Edited by carey (04/26/11 12:09 PM)
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#1666865 - 04/26/11 12:29 PM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: AaronL619]
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Excellent replies by all. The only thing I might add is, if you are looking for more contemporary piece, Bela Bartok's Mikrokosmos. It has 6 different books containing increasingly difficult pieces. Also, Debussy's Claire du Lune or some of Prokofiev's Visions Fugitives. One or more of them could add diversity to your repratoire. Lastly, Mozart's Sonata in F maj., second movement, Adagio, is a beautiful piece that's not too difficult and JS Bach's French Suite No. 1 in Dmin, has some potential as well.


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#1666884 - 04/26/11 12:57 PM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: bennevis]
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My experience of the 'musically uneducated' is that if you play something that involves changing hand positions rapidly and a bit of finger dexterity, they'll be impressed....

Well, I am too. ha
Call me musically uneducated. smile

BTW, good breakdown there. We could call it the Liberace effect (even without lifting your hands in the air and smiling at the audience).
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#1666885 - 04/26/11 12:58 PM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: AaronL619]
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P.S. I didn't notice anyone yet asking......

Why are you asking about 'impressive'? Why not just things that almost everyone will just really like?



(purposely naive question)
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#1666888 - 04/26/11 01:05 PM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: Mark_C]
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P.S. I didn't notice anyone yet asking......

Why are you asking about 'impressive'? Why not just things that almost everyone will just really like?



(purposely naive question)


Because like all the rest of us here, he'd like to be perceived as being better than he really is !! grin
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#1666891 - 04/26/11 01:11 PM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: carey]
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Because like all the rest of us here, he'd like to be perceived as being better than he really is !! grin


Yes, This is very true!

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#1666919 - 04/26/11 01:47 PM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: carey]
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Because like all the rest of us here, he'd like to be perceived as being better than he really is !! grin

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#1667039 - 04/26/11 05:22 PM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: AaronL619]
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I'm surprised nobody recommended anything by Burgmueller yet. Although his Opus 100 is most familiar, there are also attractive pieces in Op. 105 and Op. 109 that are only a bit more challenging.

A few more suggestions come to mind for a striving intermediate player who wants to 'impress' with something that sounds more difficult than it is. Among the many 19th century composers who faded into obscurity are Auguste Durand (his Waltz Op. 83 has immediate appeal) and Hugo Reinhold, who wrote an attractive Impromptu in C-sharp minor.

Of the suitable compositions by Chopin, an offbeat choice would be his Polonaise Militaire. The tune is widely recognized, and I don't think it presents much difficulty at all provided one can reach an octave comfortably.
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#1667184 - 04/26/11 10:37 PM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: AaronL619]
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maybe that's a different military polonaise. The one I heard last night looked pretty hard to me!
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#1667201 - 04/26/11 11:40 PM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: Canonie]
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I don't think there's more than one (unless it's by a different Chopin -- Kate, maybe? smile )

Anyway, your observation might confirm that the piece sounds more difficult than it is!
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#1667252 - 04/27/11 01:47 AM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: AaronL619]
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Hi Aaron,

Why not please your Mum by at least having a bash at the first page of Grieg’s Wedding Day at Troldhaugen Opus 65, no. 6.

Here’s the first page, if you’d like to give it a stab.

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#1667270 - 04/27/11 03:13 AM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: btb]
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Hi Aaron,

Why not please your Mum by at least having a bash at the first page of Grieg’s Wedding Day at Troldhaugen Opus 65, no. 6.

Here’s the first page, if you’d like to give it a stab.



Unfortunately, it gets somewhat more difficult after the first page. grin I think the OP is looking for something a tad easier that still sounds impressive.
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#1667271 - 04/27/11 03:15 AM Re: Impressive but not difficult piano pieces? [Re: stores]
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Originally Posted By: Samuel1993
There's the obvious one's such as Beethoven's 'Fur Elise', Mozart's Alla Turca etc.


Impressive? I find it hard to believe that even the musically uneducated find either impressive, since it seems every other kid on the block plays one or the other (or both).

My grandma heard me play a Chopin waltz, then my cousin play Richard Clayderman. Guess who she thought played better?? (No offense to my grandma...RIP frown )

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