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#2038069 - 02/23/13 04:17 PM Best competiton pieces
LiorMoskoPiano Offline
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Registered: 01/29/13
Posts: 7
Hi everyone,
lets say you have a 30 min competiton what pieces will you play?(at least 3 different styles)
I would pick:

1.Bach - P&E in c# major
2.Beethoven - piano concerto no.1 3rd movement
3.Liszt - vallee d'obermann
4.Scriabin - etude in D# minor


Edited by LiorMoskoPiano (02/23/13 04:32 PM)

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#2038070 - 02/23/13 04:22 PM Re: Best compotiton pieces [Re: LiorMoskoPiano]
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Literally all styles?

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#2038071 - 02/23/13 04:24 PM Re: Best compotiton pieces [Re: LiorMoskoPiano]
Nikolas Offline
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compotition: competition?

But what Brucey says actually...
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#2038075 - 02/23/13 04:36 PM Re: Best competiton pieces [Re: LiorMoskoPiano]
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Originally Posted By: LiorMoskoPiano
Hi everyone,
lets say you have a 30 min competiton what pieces will you play?(at least 3 different styles)
I would pick:

1.Bach - P&E in c# major
2.Beethoven - piano concerto no.1 3rd movement
3.Liszt - vallee d'obermann
4.Scriabin - etude in D# minor

Great program (assuming you mean P & F grin and even without knowing which Book you mean) if you can play them very well and feel very very comfortable with them. (Not if you don't!)

What I'd play:
If I could play those pieces very well and felt very very comfortable with them, I'd play that exact program. grin

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#2038091 - 02/23/13 05:10 PM Re: Best competiton pieces [Re: LiorMoskoPiano]
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The program looks good. I'd make sure you have a good accompanist for the Beethoven.
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