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#2199878 - 12/18/13 09:17 PM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: peterws]
wayne33yrs Offline
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Registered: 03/31/11
Posts: 1872
Loc: Sheffield UK
Originally Posted By: peterws
I don`t personally thing anyone should be worried about either dropping out at the last minut (having given it your best shot) or playing it subtempo. The experience is invaluable, and anyway - they are often played far faster than the composer wanted originally. . . someone might ask "how d`ya that`s true?" to which I could say "How d`ya know it isn`t? Where you there?"

Have fun! I am, but my fingers aren`t . . . crazy


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#2199979 - 12/19/13 03:38 AM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: wayne33yrs]
chopinoholic Offline
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Registered: 05/02/13
Posts: 189
Loc: Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Goodmorning,

You know what they're saying, Look before you leap.
Well, I have looked and leapt, see below.


The Tchaikovsky Themed Recital is due to take place April 15.

To preserve existing selections, always QUOTE from the latest list then, in any order:

-- Delete the initial "[quote=<name> ]"
-- Delete the final "[/quote ]"
-- Add your name and the bold tags, "[b ]" and "[/b ]", around your chosen piece.

Then submit the new list.
A 30sec clip is available of each piece in the same order as below @ Deezer (If you sign up or in with FB, the whole pieces can be played for free)
Or here, if you're restricted from the above due to your location:
All Music
[/i]

Op. 1 No. 1. Scherzo a la russe
Op. 1 No. 2. Impromptu (patH)

Op. 2 No. 1. Ruines d'un chateau (Morodiene)
Op. 2 No. 2. Scherzo (Morodiene)
Op. 2 No. 3. Chant sans paroles (Morodiene)


Op. 4 Valse caprice in D major
Op. 5 Romance in F minor (Ganddalf)
Op. 7 Valse-scherzo No. 1 in A major
Op. 8 Capriccio in G flat major

Op. 9 No. 1. Reverie
Op. 9 No. 2. Polka de salon
Op. 9 No. 3. Mazurka de salon

Op. 10 No. 1. Nocturne in F major (Valencia)
Op. 10 No. 2. Humoresque in E minor

Op. 19 No. 1. Reverie du soir (Dipsy)
Op. 19 No. 2. Scherzo humoristique
Op. 19 No. 3. Album Leaf (zrtf90)
Op. 19 No. 4. Nocturne (Rupak Bhattacharya)
Op. 19 No. 5. Capriccioso
Op. 19 No. 6. Theme originale et variations

Op. 21 No. 1. Prelude in B major
Op. 21 No. 2. Fugue a 4 voix in G sharp minor
Op. 21 No. 3. Impromptu in C sharp minor
Op. 21 No. 4. Marche funebre in A flat minor
Op. 21 No. 5. Mazurque in A flat minor
Op. 21 No. 6. Scherzo in A flat major

Op. 37 No. 1 January: By the Fireside
Op. 37 No. 2 February: Carnival
Op. 37 No. 3 March: Song of the Lark (SwissMS)
Op. 37 No. 4 April: Snowdrop (Pavel.K)
Op. 37 No. 5 May: White Nights
Op. 37 No. 6 June: Barcarolle (Sam S)
Op. 37 No. 7 July: Song of the Reaper
Op. 37 No. 8 August: The Harvest (dire tonic)
Op. 37 No. 9 September: The Hunt
Op. 37 No. 10 October: Autumn Song (Andy Platt)
Op. 37 No. 11 November: Troika
Op. 37 No. 12 December: Christmas (carlos88)

Op. 39 No. 1. Morning Prayer (casinitaly)
Op. 39 No. 2. Winter Morning
Op. 39 No. 3. Mamma
Op. 39 No. 4. Hobbyhorse
Op. 39 No. 5. The Toy Soldiers' March
Op. 39 No. 6. The New Doll (ClsscLib)
Op. 39 No. 7. The Sick Doll (earlofmar)
Op. 39 No. 8. The Doll's Funeral (ajames)
Op. 39 No. 9. Waltz
Op. 39 No. 10. Polka
Op. 39 No. 11. Mazurka (MrPozor)
Op. 39 No. 12. Russian Song (Johnny D)
Op. 39 No. 13. Peasant Prelude
Op. 39 No. 14. Popular Song
Op. 39 No. 15. Italian Song (sinophilia)
Op. 39 No. 16. Old French Song (Recaredo)
Op. 39 No. 17. German Song (sydnal)
Op. 39 No. 18. Neapolitan Song (IreneAdler)
Op. 39 No. 19. A Nursery Tale
Op. 39 No. 20. The Witch Baba Yaga (jfmartins)
Op. 39 No. 21. Sweet Dreams (AimeeO)
Op. 39 No. 22. The Lark
Op. 39 No. 23. At Church (AZ_Astro)
Op. 39 No. 24. The Organ-Grinder's Song

Op. 40 No. 1. Etude
Op. 40 No. 2. Chanson triste (Greener)
Op. 40 No. 3. Marche funebre
Op. 40 No. 4. Mazurka in C major
Op. 40 No. 5. Mazurka in D major
Op. 40 No. 6. Chant sans paroles
Op. 40 No. 7. Au village
Op. 40 No. 8. Valse in A flat major (timmyab)
Op. 40 No. 9. Valse in F sharp minor (PikaPianist)
Op. 40 No. 10. Danse russe
Op. 40 No. 11. Scherzo
Op. 40 No. 12. Reverie interrompue

Op. 51 No. 1. Valse de salon
Op. 51 No. 2. Polka peu dansante
Op. 51 No. 3. Menuetto scherzoso
Op. 51 No. 4. Natha-valse
Op. 51 No. 5. Romance
Op. 51 No. 6. Valse sentimentale (lyricmudra)

Op. 72 No. 1. Impromptu (Peterws)
Op. 72 No. 2. Berceuse (MaryBee)
Op. 72 No. 3. Tendres reproches
Op. 72 No. 4. Danse caracteristique
Op. 72 No. 5. Meditation (Ganddalf)
Op. 72 No. 6. Mazurka pour danser
Op. 72 No. 7. Polacca de concert
Op. 72 No. 8. Dialogue
Op. 72 No. 9. Un poco di Schumann (Wayne32yrs)
Op. 72 No. 10. Scherzo-fantaisie
Op. 72 No. 11. Valse bluette
Op. 72 No. 12. L'espiegle
Op. 72 No. 13. Echo rustique
Op. 72 No. 14. Chant elegiaque (chopinoholic)
Op. 72 No. 15. Un poco di Chopin (chopinoholic)
Op. 72 No. 16. Valse a cinq temps (Ganddalf)
Op. 72 No. 17. Passe lointain
Op. 72 No. 18. Scene dansante: invitation au trepak
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#2200657 - 12/20/13 12:49 PM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: zrtf90]
WiseBuff Offline
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Registered: 08/03/05
Posts: 822
Loc: Brighton Colorado
I'll take Winter morning. 39 no 2 please.
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#2200670 - 12/20/13 01:29 PM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: zrtf90]
zrtf90 Offline
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Registered: 02/29/12
Posts: 2458
Loc: Ireland (ex England)
The Tchaikovsky Themed Recital is due to take place April 15.

To preserve existing selections, always QUOTE from the latest list then, in any order:

-- Delete the initial "[quote=<name> ]"
-- Delete the final "[/quote ]"
-- Add your name and the bold tags, "[b ]" and "[/b ]", around your chosen piece.

Then submit the new list.

A 30sec clip is available of each piece in the same order as below @ Deezer (If you sign up or in with FB, the whole pieces can be played for free)
Or here, if you're restricted from the above due to your location:
All Music


Op. 1 No. 1. Scherzo a la russe
Op. 1 No. 2. Impromptu (patH)

Op. 2 No. 1. Ruines d'un chateau (Morodiene)
Op. 2 No. 2. Scherzo (Morodiene)
Op. 2 No. 3. Chant sans paroles (Morodiene)

Op. 4 Valse caprice in D major
Op. 5 Romance in F minor (Ganddalf)
Op. 7 Valse-scherzo No. 1 in A major
Op. 8 Capriccio in G flat major

Op. 9 No. 1. Reverie
Op. 9 No. 2. Polka de salon
Op. 9 No. 3. Mazurka de salon

Op. 10 No. 1. Nocturne in F major (Valencia)
Op. 10 No. 2. Humoresque in E minor

Op. 19 No. 1. Reverie du soir (Dipsy)
Op. 19 No. 2. Scherzo humoristique
Op. 19 No. 3. Album Leaf (zrtf90)
Op. 19 No. 4. Nocturne (Rupak Bhattacharya)
Op. 19 No. 5. Capriccioso
Op. 19 No. 6. Theme originale et variations

Op. 21 No. 1. Prelude in B major
Op. 21 No. 2. Fugue a 4 voix in G sharp minor
Op. 21 No. 3. Impromptu in C sharp minor
Op. 21 No. 4. Marche funebre in A flat minor
Op. 21 No. 5. Mazurque in A flat minor
Op. 21 No. 6. Scherzo in A flat major

Op. 37 No. 1 January: By the Fireside
Op. 37 No. 2 February: Carnival
Op. 37 No. 3 March: Song of the Lark (SwissMS)
Op. 37 No. 4 April: Snowdrop (Pavel.K)
Op. 37 No. 5 May: White Nights
Op. 37 No. 6 June: Barcarolle (Sam S)
Op. 37 No. 7 July: Song of the Reaper
Op. 37 No. 8 August: The Harvest (dire tonic)
Op. 37 No. 9 September: The Hunt
Op. 37 No. 10 October: Autumn Song (Andy Platt)
Op. 37 No. 11 November: Troika
Op. 37 No. 12 December: Christmas (carlos88)

Op. 39 No. 1. Morning Prayer (casinitaly)
Op. 39 No. 2. Winter Morning (Wisebuff)
Op. 39 No. 3. Mamma
Op. 39 No. 4. Hobbyhorse
Op. 39 No. 5. The Toy Soldiers' March
Op. 39 No. 6. The New Doll (ClsscLib)
Op. 39 No. 7. The Sick Doll (earlofmar)
Op. 39 No. 8. The Doll's Funeral (ajames)
Op. 39 No. 9. Waltz
Op. 39 No. 10. Polka
Op. 39 No. 11. Mazurka (MrPozor)
Op. 39 No. 12. Russian Song (Johnny D)
Op. 39 No. 13. Peasant Prelude
Op. 39 No. 14. Popular Song
Op. 39 No. 15. Italian Song (sinophilia)
Op. 39 No. 16. Old French Song (Recaredo)
Op. 39 No. 17. German Song (sydnal)
Op. 39 No. 18. Neapolitan Song (IreneAdler)
Op. 39 No. 19. A Nursery Tale
Op. 39 No. 20. The Witch Baba Yaga (jfmartins)
Op. 39 No. 21. Sweet Dreams (AimeeO)
Op. 39 No. 22. The Lark
Op. 39 No. 23. At Church (AZ_Astro)
Op. 39 No. 24. The Organ-Grinder's Song

Op. 40 No. 1. Etude
Op. 40 No. 2. Chanson triste (Greener)
Op. 40 No. 3. Marche funebre
Op. 40 No. 4. Mazurka in C major
Op. 40 No. 5. Mazurka in D major
Op. 40 No. 6. Chant sans paroles
Op. 40 No. 7. Au village
Op. 40 No. 8. Valse in A flat major (timmyab)
Op. 40 No. 9. Valse in F sharp minor (PikaPianist)
Op. 40 No. 10. Danse russe
Op. 40 No. 11. Scherzo
Op. 40 No. 12. Reverie interrompue

Op. 51 No. 1. Valse de salon
Op. 51 No. 2. Polka peu dansante
Op. 51 No. 3. Menuetto scherzoso
Op. 51 No. 4. Natha-valse
Op. 51 No. 5. Romance
Op. 51 No. 6. Valse sentimentale (lyricmudra)

Op. 72 No. 1. Impromptu (Peterws)
Op. 72 No. 2. Berceuse (MaryBee)
Op. 72 No. 3. Tendres reproches
Op. 72 No. 4. Danse caracteristique
Op. 72 No. 5. Meditation (Ganddalf)
Op. 72 No. 6. Mazurka pour danser
Op. 72 No. 7. Polacca de concert
Op. 72 No. 8. Dialogue
Op. 72 No. 9. Un poco di Schumann (Wayne32yrs)
Op. 72 No. 10. Scherzo-fantaisie
Op. 72 No. 11. Valse bluette
Op. 72 No. 12. L'espiegle
Op. 72 No. 13. Echo rustique
Op. 72 No. 14. Chant elegiaque (chopinoholic)
Op. 72 No. 15. Un poco di Chopin (chopinoholic)
Op. 72 No. 16. Valse a cinq temps (Ganddalf)
Op. 72 No. 17. Passe lointain
Op. 72 No. 18. Scene dansante: invitation au trepak

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#2201184 - 12/21/13 09:15 PM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: wayne33yrs]
Morodiene Offline
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Registered: 04/06/07
Posts: 12206
Loc: Boynton Beach, FL
Originally Posted By: wayne33yrs
Evening/late early morning guys, hope all's well, smile I've felt a bit of pressure in the past, (particular the last Grieg recital, and even felt real disappointed that my performance wasn't up to 'scratch') But does it actually 'matter'! I feel different about it all now (lol) I chose a piece for this one (never played any of the previous composers 'themed recital' stuff anyways) and will just play it where it is/I am, in time with the 'go live date' OK pressure's good for will/incentive/persistence/ ............but don't let it put anyone off just giving it a go. I've learnt loads taking part, and if come 'submission date' I only play half the piece, half tempo, the main thing is the effort wink
This is really true. You learn so much about yourself, where your limits are and what you can actually accomplish when you set your mind to it - even if it's not performance ready! These themed recitals are so helpful, and the support one gets in the process of learning and also after "going live" is amazing. smile
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#2201650 - 12/22/13 11:34 PM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: zrtf90]
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Registered: 09/19/12
Posts: 479
Loc: Tempe, Arizona
I've been practicing Op. 39 No. 23. In Church pretty consistently. Something weird has popped up.

My score (printed from the IMSLP database) indicates a tempo of Largo. But I have another book with the score in it, too, and that book has a tempo of Moderato. Is this common? I mean, if Tchaikovsky wrote Largo (or moderato), why/how would that get changed?

Largo has a range that is roughly 40-65 bpm.
Moderato has a range of 66-126 bpm.

So it certainly is open to a lot of interpretation. But there isn't any overlap between those two bpm counts.

The two recordings that I have been listening to, Mikhael Pletnev's and Ida Biret's have rough bpm counts of 65 and 85 bpm, respectively.

If anyone has any thoughts on this, I'd be interested in hearing them. Thx!

AZ_Astro


Edited by AZ_Astro (12/22/13 11:35 PM)
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#2201699 - 12/23/13 03:31 AM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: zrtf90]
sinophilia Offline

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Registered: 06/26/12
Posts: 1022
Loc: Italy
My piece is "Moderato" in some scores and "Vivo" in others. Guess which one I chose wink
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#2201703 - 12/23/13 03:43 AM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: AZ_Astro]
chopinoholic Offline
Full Member

Registered: 05/02/13
Posts: 189
Loc: Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Originally Posted By: AZ_Astro
I've been practicing Op. 39 No. 23. In Church pretty consistently. Something weird has popped up.

My score (printed from the IMSLP database) indicates a tempo of Largo. But I have another book with the score in it, too, and that book has a tempo of Moderato. Is this common? I mean, if Tchaikovsky wrote Largo (or moderato), why/how would that get changed?

Largo has a range that is roughly 40-65 bpm.
Moderato has a range of 66-126 bpm.

So it certainly is open to a lot of interpretation. But there isn't any overlap between those two bpm counts.

The two recordings that I have been listening to, Mikhael Pletnev's and Ida Biret's have rough bpm counts of 65 and 85 bpm, respectively.

If anyone has any thoughts on this, I'd be interested in hearing them. Thx!

AZ_Astro


I'd play the piece in the tempo I'm most comfortable with and what you find most beautiful. The bpm indications for the various tempi is IMHO not strict. It more or less defines the spirit of the piece. Largo meaning broad, moderato meaning average or allegro meaning cheerful etc.
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#2204043 - 12/28/13 02:17 PM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: zrtf90]
wayne33yrs Offline
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Registered: 03/31/11
Posts: 1872
Loc: Sheffield UK
Cross-posting to PC wink

The Tchaikovsky Themed Recital is due to take place April 15.

To preserve existing selections, always QUOTE from the latest list then, in any order:

-- Delete the initial "[quote=<name> ]"
-- Delete the final "[/quote ]"
-- Add your name and the bold tags, "[b ]" and "[/b ]", around your chosen piece.

Then submit the new list.

A 30sec clip is available of each piece in the same order as below @ Deezer (If you sign up or in with FB, the whole pieces can be played for free)
Or here, if you're restricted from the above due to your location:
All Music


Op. 1 No. 1. Scherzo a la russe
Op. 1 No. 2. Impromptu (patH)

Op. 2 No. 1. Ruines d'un chateau (Morodiene)
Op. 2 No. 2. Scherzo (Morodiene)
Op. 2 No. 3. Chant sans paroles (Morodiene)

Op. 4 Valse caprice in D major
Op. 5 Romance in F minor (Ganddalf)
Op. 7 Valse-scherzo No. 1 in A major
Op. 8 Capriccio in G flat major

Op. 9 No. 1. Reverie
Op. 9 No. 2. Polka de salon
Op. 9 No. 3. Mazurka de salon

Op. 10 No. 1. Nocturne in F major (Valencia)
Op. 10 No. 2. Humoresque in E minor

Op. 19 No. 1. Reverie du soir (Dipsy)
Op. 19 No. 2. Scherzo humoristique
Op. 19 No. 3. Album Leaf (zrtf90)
Op. 19 No. 4. Nocturne (Rupak Bhattacharya)
Op. 19 No. 5. Capriccioso
Op. 19 No. 6. Theme originale et variations

Op. 21 No. 1. Prelude in B major
Op. 21 No. 2. Fugue a 4 voix in G sharp minor
Op. 21 No. 3. Impromptu in C sharp minor
Op. 21 No. 4. Marche funebre in A flat minor
Op. 21 No. 5. Mazurque in A flat minor
Op. 21 No. 6. Scherzo in A flat major

Op. 37 No. 1 January: By the Fireside
Op. 37 No. 2 February: Carnival
Op. 37 No. 3 March: Song of the Lark (SwissMS)
Op. 37 No. 4 April: Snowdrop (Pavel.K)
Op. 37 No. 5 May: White Nights
Op. 37 No. 6 June: Barcarolle (Sam S)
Op. 37 No. 7 July: Song of the Reaper
Op. 37 No. 8 August: The Harvest (dire tonic)
Op. 37 No. 9 September: The Hunt
Op. 37 No. 10 October: Autumn Song (Andy Platt)
Op. 37 No. 11 November: Troika
Op. 37 No. 12 December: Christmas (carlos88)

Op. 39 No. 1. Morning Prayer (casinitaly)
Op. 39 No. 2. Winter Morning (Wisebuff)
Op. 39 No. 3. Mamma
Op. 39 No. 4. Hobbyhorse
Op. 39 No. 5. The Toy Soldiers' March
Op. 39 No. 6. The New Doll (ClsscLib)
Op. 39 No. 7. The Sick Doll (earlofmar)
Op. 39 No. 8. The Doll's Funeral (ajames)
Op. 39 No. 9. Waltz
Op. 39 No. 10. Polka
Op. 39 No. 11. Mazurka (MrPozor)
Op. 39 No. 12. Russian Song (Johnny D)
Op. 39 No. 13. Peasant Prelude
Op. 39 No. 14. Popular Song
Op. 39 No. 15. Italian Song (sinophilia)
Op. 39 No. 16. Old French Song (Recaredo)
Op. 39 No. 17. German Song (sydnal)
Op. 39 No. 18. Neapolitan Song (IreneAdler)
Op. 39 No. 19. A Nursery Tale
Op. 39 No. 20. The Witch Baba Yaga (jfmartins)
Op. 39 No. 21. Sweet Dreams (AimeeO)
Op. 39 No. 22. The Lark
Op. 39 No. 23. At Church (AZ_Astro)
Op. 39 No. 24. The Organ-Grinder's Song

Op. 40 No. 1. Etude
Op. 40 No. 2. Chanson triste (Greener)
Op. 40 No. 3. Marche funebre
Op. 40 No. 4. Mazurka in C major
Op. 40 No. 5. Mazurka in D major
Op. 40 No. 6. Chant sans paroles
Op. 40 No. 7. Au village
Op. 40 No. 8. Valse in A flat major (timmyab)
Op. 40 No. 9. Valse in F sharp minor (PikaPianist)
Op. 40 No. 10. Danse russe
Op. 40 No. 11. Scherzo
Op. 40 No. 12. Reverie interrompue

Op. 51 No. 1. Valse de salon
Op. 51 No. 2. Polka peu dansante
Op. 51 No. 3. Menuetto scherzoso
Op. 51 No. 4. Natha-valse
Op. 51 No. 5. Romance
Op. 51 No. 6. Valse sentimentale (lyricmudra)

Op. 72 No. 1. Impromptu (Peterws)
Op. 72 No. 2. Berceuse (MaryBee)
Op. 72 No. 3. Tendres reproches
Op. 72 No. 4. Danse caracteristique
Op. 72 No. 5. Meditation (Ganddalf)
Op. 72 No. 6. Mazurka pour danser
Op. 72 No. 7. Polacca de concert
Op. 72 No. 8. Dialogue
Op. 72 No. 9. Un poco di Schumann (Wayne32yrs)
Op. 72 No. 10. Scherzo-fantaisie
Op. 72 No. 11. Valse bluette
Op. 72 No. 12. L'espiegle
Op. 72 No. 13. Echo rustique
Op. 72 No. 14. Chant elegiaque (chopinoholic)
Op. 72 No. 15. Un poco di Chopin (chopinoholic)
Op. 72 No. 16. Valse a cinq temps (Ganddalf)
Op. 72 No. 17. Passe lointain
Op. 72 No. 18. Scene dansante: invitation au trepak

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#2204307 - 12/29/13 12:28 AM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: zrtf90]
jeffreyjones Offline
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Registered: 01/31/10
Posts: 2392
Loc: San Jose, CA
I don't see Dumka, Op. 59 - mind if I offer to do that one? I'm interested in Op. 19/6, but I would be learning it from scratch and that's not going to be possible by the deadline.

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#2204341 - 12/29/13 04:56 AM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: zrtf90]
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Posts: 5296
Loc: Italy
I have just spent some time catching up on this thread. What a wonderful lot of tips and team work going on!

I am already very curious and looking forward to hearing these performances!
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#2204345 - 12/29/13 05:26 AM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: wayne33yrs]
Saranoya Offline
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Registered: 01/27/13
Posts: 632
Loc: Brussels, Belgium
The Tchaikovsky Themed Recital is due to take place April 15.

To preserve existing selections, always QUOTE from the latest list then, in any order:

-- Delete the initial "[quote=<name> ]"
-- Delete the final "[/quote ]"
-- Add your name and the bold tags, "[b ]" and "[/b ]", around your chosen piece.

Then submit the new list.

A 30sec clip is available of each piece in the same order as below @ Deezer (If you sign up or in with FB, the whole pieces can be played for free)
Or here, if you're restricted from the above due to your location:
All Music


Op. 1 No. 1. Scherzo a la russe
Op. 1 No. 2. Impromptu (patH)

Op. 2 No. 1. Ruines d'un chateau (Morodiene)
Op. 2 No. 2. Scherzo (Morodiene)
Op. 2 No. 3. Chant sans paroles (Morodiene)

Op. 4 Valse caprice in D major
Op. 5 Romance in F minor (Ganddalf)
Op. 7 Valse-scherzo No. 1 in A major
Op. 8 Capriccio in G flat major

Op. 9 No. 1. Reverie
Op. 9 No. 2. Polka de salon
Op. 9 No. 3. Mazurka de salon

Op. 10 No. 1. Nocturne in F major (Valencia)
Op. 10 No. 2. Humoresque in E minor

Op. 19 No. 1. Reverie du soir (Dipsy)
Op. 19 No. 2. Scherzo humoristique
Op. 19 No. 3. Album Leaf (zrtf90)
Op. 19 No. 4. Nocturne (Rupak Bhattacharya)
Op. 19 No. 5. Capriccioso
Op. 19 No. 6. Theme originale et variations

Op. 21 No. 1. Prelude in B major
Op. 21 No. 2. Fugue a 4 voix in G sharp minor
Op. 21 No. 3. Impromptu in C sharp minor
Op. 21 No. 4. Marche funebre in A flat minor
Op. 21 No. 5. Mazurque in A flat minor
Op. 21 No. 6. Scherzo in A flat major

Op. 37 No. 1 January: By the Fireside
Op. 37 No. 2 February: Carnival
Op. 37 No. 3 March: Song of the Lark (SwissMS)
Op. 37 No. 4 April: Snowdrop (Pavel.K)
Op. 37 No. 5 May: White Nights
Op. 37 No. 6 June: Barcarolle (Sam S)
Op. 37 No. 7 July: Song of the Reaper
Op. 37 No. 8 August: The Harvest (dire tonic)
Op. 37 No. 9 September: The Hunt
Op. 37 No. 10 October: Autumn Song (Andy Platt)
Op. 37 No. 11 November: Troika
Op. 37 No. 12 December: Christmas (carlos88)

Op. 39 No. 1. Morning Prayer (casinitaly)
Op. 39 No. 2. Winter Morning (Wisebuff)
Op. 39 No. 3. Mamma
Op. 39 No. 4. Hobbyhorse
Op. 39 No. 5. The Toy Soldiers' March
Op. 39 No. 6. The New Doll (ClsscLib)
Op. 39 No. 7. The Sick Doll (earlofmar)
Op. 39 No. 8. The Doll's Funeral (ajames)
Op. 39 No. 9. Waltz (Saranoya)
Op. 39 No. 10. Polka
Op. 39 No. 11. Mazurka (MrPozor)
Op. 39 No. 12. Russian Song (Johnny D)
Op. 39 No. 13. Peasant Prelude
Op. 39 No. 14. Popular Song
Op. 39 No. 15. Italian Song (sinophilia)
Op. 39 No. 16. Old French Song (Recaredo)
Op. 39 No. 17. German Song (sydnal)
Op. 39 No. 18. Neapolitan Song (IreneAdler)
Op. 39 No. 19. A Nursery Tale
Op. 39 No. 20. The Witch Baba Yaga (jfmartins)
Op. 39 No. 21. Sweet Dreams (AimeeO)
Op. 39 No. 22. The Lark
Op. 39 No. 23. At Church (AZ_Astro)
Op. 39 No. 24. The Organ-Grinder's Song

Op. 40 No. 1. Etude
Op. 40 No. 2. Chanson triste (Greener)
Op. 40 No. 3. Marche funebre
Op. 40 No. 4. Mazurka in C major
Op. 40 No. 5. Mazurka in D major
Op. 40 No. 6. Chant sans paroles
Op. 40 No. 7. Au village
Op. 40 No. 8. Valse in A flat major (timmyab)
Op. 40 No. 9. Valse in F sharp minor (PikaPianist)
Op. 40 No. 10. Danse russe
Op. 40 No. 11. Scherzo
Op. 40 No. 12. Reverie interrompue

Op. 51 No. 1. Valse de salon
Op. 51 No. 2. Polka peu dansante
Op. 51 No. 3. Menuetto scherzoso
Op. 51 No. 4. Natha-valse
Op. 51 No. 5. Romance
Op. 51 No. 6. Valse sentimentale (lyricmudra)

Op. 72 No. 1. Impromptu (Peterws)
Op. 72 No. 2. Berceuse (MaryBee)
Op. 72 No. 3. Tendres reproches
Op. 72 No. 4. Danse caracteristique
Op. 72 No. 5. Meditation (Ganddalf)
Op. 72 No. 6. Mazurka pour danser
Op. 72 No. 7. Polacca de concert
Op. 72 No. 8. Dialogue
Op. 72 No. 9. Un poco di Schumann (Wayne32yrs)
Op. 72 No. 10. Scherzo-fantaisie
Op. 72 No. 11. Valse bluette
Op. 72 No. 12. L'espiegle
Op. 72 No. 13. Echo rustique
Op. 72 No. 14. Chant elegiaque (chopinoholic)
Op. 72 No. 15. Un poco di Chopin (chopinoholic)
Op. 72 No. 16. Valse a cinq temps (Ganddalf)
Op. 72 No. 17. Passe lointain
Op. 72 No. 18. Scene dansante: invitation au trepak

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#2204365 - 12/29/13 07:34 AM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: zrtf90]
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AZ Astro, I played In Church for my Level 5 exam (RCM) and found I liked it best at about 50 where it sounded meditative. Of course some days at church are more lively. It is a lovely little piece with subtle challenges. Enjoy.
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#2204382 - 12/29/13 08:34 AM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: chopinoholic]
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Originally Posted By: chopinoholic

I'd play the piece in the tempo I'm most comfortable with and what you find most beautiful.


That makes sense!

Originally Posted By: chopinoholic

The bpm indications for the various tempi is IMHO not strict. It more or less defines the spirit of the piece.


Ah - a helpful insight. Thank you.

Originally Posted By: WiseBuff
AZ Astro, I played In Church for my Level 5 exam (RCM) and found I liked it best at about 50 where it sounded meditative. Of course some days at church are more lively. It is a lovely little piece with subtle challenges. Enjoy.


I play it 3-5 times a day now and still enjoy it. There are depths to the piece I didn't realize. My technical struggles are now focused on: trying not to take too much liberty with rubato, hitting the notes of a chord at exactly the same time, and dynamics. I am really pleased with the piece and where it has taken me.


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#2204713 - 12/29/13 08:39 PM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: Saranoya]
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The Tchaikovsky Themed Recital is due to take place April 15.

To preserve existing selections, always QUOTE from the latest list then, in any order:

-- Delete the initial "[quote=<name> ]"
-- Delete the final "[/quote ]"
-- Add your name and the bold tags, "[b ]" and "[/b ]", around your chosen piece.

Then submit the new list.

A 30sec clip is available of each piece in the same order as below @ Deezer (If you sign up or in with FB, the whole pieces can be played for free)
Or here, if you're restricted from the above due to your location:
All Music


Op. 1 No. 1. Scherzo a la russe
Op. 1 No. 2. Impromptu (patH)

Op. 2 No. 1. Ruines d'un chateau (Morodiene)
Op. 2 No. 2. Scherzo (Morodiene)
Op. 2 No. 3. Chant sans paroles (Morodiene)

Op. 4 Valse caprice in D major
Op. 5 Romance in F minor (Ganddalf)
Op. 7 Valse-scherzo No. 1 in A major
Op. 8 Capriccio in G flat major

Op. 9 No. 1. Reverie
Op. 9 No. 2. Polka de salon
Op. 9 No. 3. Mazurka de salon

Op. 10 No. 1. Nocturne in F major (Valencia)
Op. 10 No. 2. Humoresque in E minor

Op. 19 No. 1. Reverie du soir (Dipsy)
Op. 19 No. 2. Scherzo humoristique
Op. 19 No. 3. Album Leaf (zrtf90)
Op. 19 No. 4. Nocturne (Rupak Bhattacharya)
Op. 19 No. 5. Capriccioso
Op. 19 No. 6. Theme originale et variations

Op. 21 No. 1. Prelude in B major
Op. 21 No. 2. Fugue a 4 voix in G sharp minor
Op. 21 No. 3. Impromptu in C sharp minor
Op. 21 No. 4. Marche funebre in A flat minor
Op. 21 No. 5. Mazurque in A flat minor
Op. 21 No. 6. Scherzo in A flat major

Op. 37 No. 1 January: By the Fireside (hreichgott)
Op. 37 No. 2 February: Carnival (hreichgott)
Op. 37 No. 3 March: Song of the Lark (SwissMS)
Op. 37 No. 4 April: Snowdrop (Pavel.K)
Op. 37 No. 5 May: White Nights
Op. 37 No. 6 June: Barcarolle (Sam S)
Op. 37 No. 7 July: Song of the Reaper
Op. 37 No. 8 August: The Harvest (dire tonic)
Op. 37 No. 9 September: The Hunt
Op. 37 No. 10 October: Autumn Song (Andy Platt)
Op. 37 No. 11 November: Troika
Op. 37 No. 12 December: Christmas (carlos88)

Op. 39 No. 1. Morning Prayer (casinitaly)
Op. 39 No. 2. Winter Morning (Wisebuff)
Op. 39 No. 3. Mamma
Op. 39 No. 4. Hobbyhorse
Op. 39 No. 5. The Toy Soldiers' March
Op. 39 No. 6. The New Doll (ClsscLib)
Op. 39 No. 7. The Sick Doll (earlofmar)
Op. 39 No. 8. The Doll's Funeral (ajames)
Op. 39 No. 9. Waltz (Saranoya)
Op. 39 No. 10. Polka
Op. 39 No. 11. Mazurka (MrPozor)
Op. 39 No. 12. Russian Song (Johnny D)
Op. 39 No. 13. Peasant Prelude
Op. 39 No. 14. Popular Song
Op. 39 No. 15. Italian Song (sinophilia)
Op. 39 No. 16. Old French Song (Recaredo)
Op. 39 No. 17. German Song (sydnal)
Op. 39 No. 18. Neapolitan Song (IreneAdler)
Op. 39 No. 19. A Nursery Tale
Op. 39 No. 20. The Witch Baba Yaga (jfmartins)
Op. 39 No. 21. Sweet Dreams (AimeeO)
Op. 39 No. 22. The Lark
Op. 39 No. 23. At Church (AZ_Astro)
Op. 39 No. 24. The Organ-Grinder's Song

Op. 40 No. 1. Etude
Op. 40 No. 2. Chanson triste (Greener)
Op. 40 No. 3. Marche funebre
Op. 40 No. 4. Mazurka in C major
Op. 40 No. 5. Mazurka in D major
Op. 40 No. 6. Chant sans paroles
Op. 40 No. 7. Au village
Op. 40 No. 8. Valse in A flat major (timmyab)
Op. 40 No. 9. Valse in F sharp minor (PikaPianist)
Op. 40 No. 10. Danse russe
Op. 40 No. 11. Scherzo
Op. 40 No. 12. Reverie interrompue

Op. 51 No. 1. Valse de salon
Op. 51 No. 2. Polka peu dansante
Op. 51 No. 3. Menuetto scherzoso
Op. 51 No. 4. Natha-valse
Op. 51 No. 5. Romance
Op. 51 No. 6. Valse sentimentale (lyricmudra)

Op. 72 No. 1. Impromptu (Peterws)
Op. 72 No. 2. Berceuse (MaryBee)
Op. 72 No. 3. Tendres reproches
Op. 72 No. 4. Danse caracteristique
Op. 72 No. 5. Meditation (Ganddalf)
Op. 72 No. 6. Mazurka pour danser
Op. 72 No. 7. Polacca de concert
Op. 72 No. 8. Dialogue
Op. 72 No. 9. Un poco di Schumann (Wayne32yrs)
Op. 72 No. 10. Scherzo-fantaisie
Op. 72 No. 11. Valse bluette
Op. 72 No. 12. L'espiegle
Op. 72 No. 13. Echo rustique
Op. 72 No. 14. Chant elegiaque (chopinoholic)
Op. 72 No. 15. Un poco di Chopin (chopinoholic)
Op. 72 No. 16. Valse a cinq temps (Ganddalf)
Op. 72 No. 17. Passe lointain
Op. 72 No. 18. Scene dansante: invitation au trepak
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#2204727 - 12/29/13 09:18 PM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: zrtf90]
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So how are people enjoying their selection(s) so far? I'm hoping to have a recording of the first & third movements (Op.2) by Jan. 10th, and then the 2nd by Jan. 19th. I know I have lots of time, but since I already got started, I don't think it would be a good idea to work on this all the way until April 15. I learned my lesson from the Grieg in dragging some of that out too long and I got tired of one piece in particular.

A couple of things I've noticed about his compositions is that they have hemiolas and syncopations to throw things off beat a little. Also, he likes to repeat something directly of very close to directly two times before moving on. Since this is an early Opus, I've compared this to hi Op 50 piano trio that I'm working on. I see that by then he learned to be a bit more creative and do sequences rather than a simple repeat of the material, but the syncopations stayed.

What have you noticed about your pieces?
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#2204729 - 12/29/13 09:24 PM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: zrtf90]
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This one is yet unclaimed, but L'espiegle (Op. 72 no. 12) is the Black Swan variation from Swan Lake, with some additional material for a B section. Just in case that piques anyone's interest smile

(I've played the variation but think that would actually make it harder for me to come up with a non-ballet-accompanist interpretation, which is why I chose other pieces for this.)

Another Swan Lake borrow is the Neapolitan Song in Op. 39.


Edited by hreichgott (12/29/13 09:25 PM)
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#2204840 - 12/30/13 04:04 AM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: Morodiene]
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Posts: 189
Loc: Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Originally Posted By: Morodiene
So how are people enjoying their selection(s) so far? I'm hoping to have a recording of the first & third movements (Op.2) by Jan. 10th, and then the 2nd by Jan. 19th. I know I have lots of time, but since I already got started, I don't think it would be a good idea to work on this all the way until April 15. I learned my lesson from the Grieg in dragging some of that out too long and I got tired of one piece in particular.

A couple of things I've noticed about his compositions is that they have hemiolas and syncopations to throw things off beat a little. Also, he likes to repeat something directly of very close to directly two times before moving on. Since this is an early Opus, I've compared this to hi Op 50 piano trio that I'm working on. I see that by then he learned to be a bit more creative and do sequences rather than a simple repeat of the material, but the syncopations stayed.

What have you noticed about your pieces?


This is the first time I will play Tchaikovski. That's part of the reason that I participate in this recital. The other reason is that I'm able to let people hear me play. ( don't know if that's good though blush)

I've only browsed through the pieces and found awkward arpeggios in op 72 no. 14 which need tricky fingering. It will take some time to get to know these.
Op 72 no. 15 has for me a tricky rhythm, but I hope I will manage!
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#2204846 - 12/30/13 05:06 AM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: zrtf90]
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Well, to be very honest, I've barely touched mine. I have just started seriously looking at it this week. It isn't even a full page, and it doesn't seem any more complicated than the Grieg piece I did. I am sure I'll be fine for April

I've been focusing on my sonatina and my teacher didn't want me to be working on other material very much in this period so mostly I've been just "relaxing" when not working on the sonatina. I am now at the point where the sonatina is in good enough shape that we'll add in some new pieces and my choice will be my Mr. T piece smile (I've already informed my teacher that I need to do it for April smile )
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#2204848 - 12/30/13 05:26 AM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: Morodiene]
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Loc: Georgia, USA
Originally Posted By: Morodiene

A couple of things I've noticed about his compositions is that they have hemiolas and syncopations to throw things off beat a little. Also, he likes to repeat something directly of very close to directly two times before moving on. Since this is an early Opus, I've compared this to hi Op 50 piano trio that I'm working on. I see that by then he learned to be a bit more creative and do sequences rather than a simple repeat of the material, but the syncopations stayed.

What have you noticed about your pieces?


Mine is June - Barcarolle. Traditionally a barcarolle is in 3, but this one is in 4. But at times it has the feel of being in 3, either because the 4th beat is intentionally very weak (as if the third beat is simply held longer) or he is using a hemiola.

Anyway, there are a lot of little subtle things that make the piece more difficult and also more interesting. Also some things that I am weak at doing - like a diminished 7th chord in both hands that shifts up by a third over and over and over - ouch!

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#2204910 - 12/30/13 09:36 AM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: zrtf90]
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chopinoholic: (nice name, by the way, although I like to read it "shoppingaholic" :P) I've run into several passages in my pieces that required some serious fingering to make it work. You're doodling along just fine and BAM you get hit with this long tricky passage. Once I figured out the fingering I've had to do slow work with the metronome gradually increasing the tempo. Still nowhere near up to tempo yet, but hopefully I'll get there soon!

casinitaly: That makes sense. April is a long time, and I was eager to start on new music so I started mine right away. I probably should have waited but I didn't really have anything at the time to play and wanted to keep going. So, you should have no problems. Timing is very important!

Sam: Yikes on the diminished chords! Maybe memorizing them early on will help so you can just put the finger in the previous finger's spot and do it all visually. I had a piece like that and until I got the feel of it those passages went very slowly.
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#2205581 - 12/31/13 08:14 AM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: hreichgott]
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OK, I'm in. Op. 39 No. 3


Op. 1 No. 1. Scherzo a la russe
Op. 1 No. 2. Impromptu (patH)
Op. 2 No. 1. Ruines d'un chateau (Morodiene)
Op. 2 No. 2. Scherzo (Morodiene)
Op. 2 No. 3. Chant sans paroles (Morodiene)

Op. 4 Valse caprice in D major
Op. 5 Romance in F minor (Ganddalf)
Op. 7 Valse-scherzo No. 1 in A major
Op. 8 Capriccio in G flat major

Op. 9 No. 1. Reverie
Op. 9 No. 2. Polka de salon
Op. 9 No. 3. Mazurka de salon

Op. 10 No. 1. Nocturne in F major (Valencia)
Op. 10 No. 2. Humoresque in E minor

Op. 19 No. 1. Reverie du soir (Dipsy)
Op. 19 No. 2. Scherzo humoristique
Op. 19 No. 3. Album Leaf (zrtf90)
Op. 19 No. 4. Nocturne (Rupak Bhattacharya)
Op. 19 No. 5. Capriccioso
Op. 19 No. 6. Theme originale et variations

Op. 21 No. 1. Prelude in B major
Op. 21 No. 2. Fugue a 4 voix in G sharp minor
Op. 21 No. 3. Impromptu in C sharp minor
Op. 21 No. 4. Marche funebre in A flat minor
Op. 21 No. 5. Mazurque in A flat minor
Op. 21 No. 6. Scherzo in A flat major

Op. 37 No. 1 January: By the Fireside (hreichgott)
Op. 37 No. 2 February: Carnival (hreichgott)
Op. 37 No. 3 March: Song of the Lark (SwissMS)
Op. 37 No. 4 April: Snowdrop (Pavel.K)
Op. 37 No. 5 May: White Nights
Op. 37 No. 6 June: Barcarolle (Sam S)
Op. 37 No. 7 July: Song of the Reaper
Op. 37 No. 8 August: The Harvest (dire tonic)
Op. 37 No. 9 September: The Hunt
Op. 37 No. 10 October: Autumn Song (Andy Platt)
Op. 37 No. 11 November: Troika
Op. 37 No. 12 December: Christmas (carlos88)

Op. 39 No. 1. Morning Prayer (casinitaly)
Op. 39 No. 2. Winter Morning (Wisebuff)
Op. 39 No. 3. Mamma (gingko2)
Op. 39 No. 4. Hobbyhorse
Op. 39 No. 5. The Toy Soldiers' March
Op. 39 No. 6. The New Doll (ClsscLib)
Op. 39 No. 7. The Sick Doll (earlofmar)
Op. 39 No. 8. The Doll's Funeral (ajames)
Op. 39 No. 9. Waltz (Saranoya)
Op. 39 No. 10. Polka
Op. 39 No. 11. Mazurka (MrPozor)
Op. 39 No. 12. Russian Song (Johnny D)
Op. 39 No. 13. Peasant Prelude
Op. 39 No. 14. Popular Song
Op. 39 No. 15. Italian Song (sinophilia)
Op. 39 No. 16. Old French Song (Recaredo)
Op. 39 No. 17. German Song (sydnal)
Op. 39 No. 18. Neapolitan Song (IreneAdler)
Op. 39 No. 19. A Nursery Tale
Op. 39 No. 20. The Witch Baba Yaga (jfmartins)
Op. 39 No. 21. Sweet Dreams (AimeeO)
Op. 39 No. 22. The Lark
Op. 39 No. 23. At Church (AZ_Astro)
Op. 39 No. 24. The Organ-Grinder's Song

Op. 40 No. 1. Etude
Op. 40 No. 2. Chanson triste (Greener)
Op. 40 No. 3. Marche funebre
Op. 40 No. 4. Mazurka in C major
Op. 40 No. 5. Mazurka in D major
Op. 40 No. 6. Chant sans paroles
Op. 40 No. 7. Au village
Op. 40 No. 8. Valse in A flat major (timmyab)
Op. 40 No. 9. Valse in F sharp minor (PikaPianist)
Op. 40 No. 10. Danse russe
Op. 40 No. 11. Scherzo
Op. 40 No. 12. Reverie interrompue

Op. 51 No. 1. Valse de salon
Op. 51 No. 2. Polka peu dansante
Op. 51 No. 3. Menuetto scherzoso
Op. 51 No. 4. Natha-valse
Op. 51 No. 5. Romance
Op. 51 No. 6. Valse sentimentale (lyricmudra)

Op. 72 No. 1. Impromptu (Peterws)
Op. 72 No. 2. Berceuse (MaryBee)
Op. 72 No. 3. Tendres reproches
Op. 72 No. 4. Danse caracteristique
Op. 72 No. 5. Meditation (Ganddalf)
Op. 72 No. 6. Mazurka pour danser
Op. 72 No. 7. Polacca de concert
Op. 72 No. 8. Dialogue
Op. 72 No. 9. Un poco di Schumann (Wayne32yrs)
Op. 72 No. 10. Scherzo-fantaisie
Op. 72 No. 11. Valse bluette
Op. 72 No. 12. L'espiegle
Op. 72 No. 13. Echo rustique
Op. 72 No. 14. Chant elegiaque (chopinoholic)
Op. 72 No. 15. Un poco di Chopin (chopinoholic)
Op. 72 No. 16. Valse a cinq temps (Ganddalf)
Op. 72 No. 17. Passe lointain
Op. 72 No. 18. Scene dansante: invitation au trepak
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#2205613 - 12/31/13 10:19 AM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: gingko2]
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Weh heh!! Off we go again. Just heard this. I`ll grab it; anybody mind? op39 14!

Op. 1 No. 1. Scherzo a la russe
Op. 1 No. 2. Impromptu (patH)
Op. 2 No. 1. Ruines d'un chateau (Morodiene)
Op. 2 No. 2. Scherzo (Morodiene)
Op. 2 No. 3. Chant sans paroles (Morodiene)

Op. 4 Valse caprice in D major
Op. 5 Romance in F minor (Ganddalf)
Op. 7 Valse-scherzo No. 1 in A major
Op. 8 Capriccio in G flat major

Op. 9 No. 1. Reverie
Op. 9 No. 2. Polka de salon
Op. 9 No. 3. Mazurka de salon

Op. 10 No. 1. Nocturne in F major (Valencia)
Op. 10 No. 2. Humoresque in E minor

Op. 19 No. 1. Reverie du soir (Dipsy)
Op. 19 No. 2. Scherzo humoristique
Op. 19 No. 3. Album Leaf (zrtf90)
Op. 19 No. 4. Nocturne (Rupak Bhattacharya)
Op. 19 No. 5. Capriccioso
Op. 19 No. 6. Theme originale et variations

Op. 21 No. 1. Prelude in B major
Op. 21 No. 2. Fugue a 4 voix in G sharp minor
Op. 21 No. 3. Impromptu in C sharp minor
Op. 21 No. 4. Marche funebre in A flat minor
Op. 21 No. 5. Mazurque in A flat minor
Op. 21 No. 6. Scherzo in A flat major

Op. 37 No. 1 January: By the Fireside (hreichgott)
Op. 37 No. 2 February: Carnival (hreichgott)
Op. 37 No. 3 March: Song of the Lark (SwissMS)
Op. 37 No. 4 April: Snowdrop (Pavel.K)
Op. 37 No. 5 May: White Nights
Op. 37 No. 6 June: Barcarolle (Sam S)
Op. 37 No. 7 July: Song of the Reaper
Op. 37 No. 8 August: The Harvest (dire tonic)
Op. 37 No. 9 September: The Hunt
Op. 37 No. 10 October: Autumn Song (Andy Platt)
Op. 37 No. 11 November: Troika
Op. 37 No. 12 December: Christmas (carlos88)

Op. 39 No. 1. Morning Prayer (casinitaly)
Op. 39 No. 2. Winter Morning (Wisebuff)
Op. 39 No. 3. Mamma (gingko2)
Op. 39 No. 4. Hobbyhorse
Op. 39 No. 5. The Toy Soldiers' March
Op. 39 No. 6. The New Doll (ClsscLib)
Op. 39 No. 7. The Sick Doll (earlofmar)
Op. 39 No. 8. The Doll's Funeral (ajames)
Op. 39 No. 9. Waltz (Saranoya)
Op. 39 No. 10. Polka
Op. 39 No. 11. Mazurka (MrPozor)
Op. 39 No. 12. Russian Song (Johnny D)
Op. 39 No. 13. Peasant Prelude
Op. 39 No. 14. Popular Song (Peterws)
Op. 39 No. 15. Italian Song (sinophilia)
Op. 39 No. 16. Old French Song (Recaredo)
Op. 39 No. 17. German Song (sydnal)
Op. 39 No. 18. Neapolitan Song (IreneAdler)
Op. 39 No. 19. A Nursery Tale
Op. 39 No. 20. The Witch Baba Yaga (jfmartins)
Op. 39 No. 21. Sweet Dreams (AimeeO)
Op. 39 No. 22. The Lark
Op. 39 No. 23. At Church (AZ_Astro)
Op. 39 No. 24. The Organ-Grinder's Song

Op. 40 No. 1. Etude
Op. 40 No. 2. Chanson triste (Greener)
Op. 40 No. 3. Marche funebre
Op. 40 No. 4. Mazurka in C major
Op. 40 No. 5. Mazurka in D major
Op. 40 No. 6. Chant sans paroles
Op. 40 No. 7. Au village
Op. 40 No. 8. Valse in A flat major (timmyab)
Op. 40 No. 9. Valse in F sharp minor (PikaPianist)
Op. 40 No. 10. Danse russe
Op. 40 No. 11. Scherzo
Op. 40 No. 12. Reverie interrompue

Op. 51 No. 1. Valse de salon
Op. 51 No. 2. Polka peu dansante
Op. 51 No. 3. Menuetto scherzoso
Op. 51 No. 4. Natha-valse
Op. 51 No. 5. Romance
Op. 51 No. 6. Valse sentimentale (lyricmudra)

Op. 72 No. 1. Impromptu (Peterws)
Op. 72 No. 2. Berceuse (MaryBee)
Op. 72 No. 3. Tendres reproches
Op. 72 No. 4. Danse caracteristique
Op. 72 No. 5. Meditation (Ganddalf)
Op. 72 No. 6. Mazurka pour danser
Op. 72 No. 7. Polacca de concert
Op. 72 No. 8. Dialogue
Op. 72 No. 9. Un poco di Schumann (Wayne32yrs)
Op. 72 No. 10. Scherzo-fantaisie
Op. 72 No. 11. Valse bluette
Op. 72 No. 12. L'espiegle
Op. 72 No. 13. Echo rustique
Op. 72 No. 14. Chant elegiaque (chopinoholic)
Op. 72 No. 15. Un poco di Chopin (chopinoholic)
Op. 72 No. 16. Valse a cinq temps (Ganddalf)
Op. 72 No. 17. Passe lointain
Op. 72 No. 18. Scene dansante: invitation au trepak
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Dammit, that didn`t come out right did it?









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#2205645 - 12/31/13 11:31 AM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: zrtf90]
zrtf90 Offline
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The Tchaikovsky Themed Recital is due to take place April 15.

To preserve existing selections, always QUOTE from the latest list then, in any order:

-- Delete the initial "[quote=<name> ]"
-- Delete the final "[/quote ]"
-- Add your name and the bold tags, "[b ]" and "[/b ]", around your chosen piece.

Then submit the new list.

A 30sec clip is available of each piece in the same order as below @ Deezer (If you sign up or in with FB, the whole pieces can be played for free)
Or here, if you're restricted from the above due to your location:
All Music


Op. 1 No. 1. Scherzo a la russe
Op. 1 No. 2. Impromptu (patH)

Op. 2 No. 1. Ruines d'un chateau (Morodiene)
Op. 2 No. 2. Scherzo (Morodiene)
Op. 2 No. 3. Chant sans paroles (Morodiene)

Op. 4 Valse caprice in D major
Op. 5 Romance in F minor (Ganddalf)
Op. 7 Valse-scherzo No. 1 in A major
Op. 8 Capriccio in G flat major

Op. 9 No. 1. Reverie
Op. 9 No. 2. Polka de salon
Op. 9 No. 3. Mazurka de salon

Op. 10 No. 1. Nocturne in F major (Valencia)
Op. 10 No. 2. Humoresque in E minor

Op. 19 No. 1. Reverie du soir (Dipsy)
Op. 19 No. 2. Scherzo humoristique
Op. 19 No. 3. Album Leaf (zrtf90)
Op. 19 No. 4. Nocturne (Rupak Bhattacharya)
Op. 19 No. 5. Capriccioso
Op. 19 No. 6. Theme originale et variations

Op. 21 No. 1. Prelude in B major
Op. 21 No. 2. Fugue a 4 voix in G sharp minor
Op. 21 No. 3. Impromptu in C sharp minor
Op. 21 No. 4. Marche funebre in A flat minor
Op. 21 No. 5. Mazurque in A flat minor
Op. 21 No. 6. Scherzo in A flat major

Op. 37 No. 1 January: By the Fireside (hreichgott)
Op. 37 No. 2 February: Carnival (hreichgott)
Op. 37 No. 3 March: Song of the Lark (SwissMS)
Op. 37 No. 4 April: Snowdrop (Pavel.K)
Op. 37 No. 5 May: White Nights
Op. 37 No. 6 June: Barcarolle (Sam S)
Op. 37 No. 7 July: Song of the Reaper
Op. 37 No. 8 August: The Harvest (dire tonic)
Op. 37 No. 9 September: The Hunt
Op. 37 No. 10 October: Autumn Song (Andy Platt)
Op. 37 No. 11 November: Troika
Op. 37 No. 12 December: Christmas (carlos88)

Op. 39 No. 1. Morning Prayer (casinitaly)
Op. 39 No. 2. Winter Morning (Wisebuff)
Op. 39 No. 3. Mamma (gingko2)
Op. 39 No. 4. Hobbyhorse
Op. 39 No. 5. The Toy Soldiers' March
Op. 39 No. 6. The New Doll (ClsscLib)
Op. 39 No. 7. The Sick Doll (earlofmar)
Op. 39 No. 8. The Doll's Funeral (ajames)
Op. 39 No. 9. Waltz (Saranoya)
Op. 39 No. 10. Polka
Op. 39 No. 11. Mazurka (MrPozor)
Op. 39 No. 12. Russian Song (Johnny D)
Op. 39 No. 13. Peasant Prelude
Op. 39 No. 14. Popular Song (Peterws)
Op. 39 No. 15. Italian Song (sinophilia)
Op. 39 No. 16. Old French Song (Recaredo)
Op. 39 No. 17. German Song (sydnal)
Op. 39 No. 18. Neapolitan Song (IreneAdler)
Op. 39 No. 19. A Nursery Tale
Op. 39 No. 20. The Witch Baba Yaga (jfmartins)
Op. 39 No. 21. Sweet Dreams (AimeeO)
Op. 39 No. 22. The Lark
Op. 39 No. 23. At Church (AZ_Astro)
Op. 39 No. 24. The Organ-Grinder's Song

Op. 40 No. 1. Etude
Op. 40 No. 2. Chanson triste (Greener)
Op. 40 No. 3. Marche funebre
Op. 40 No. 4. Mazurka in C major
Op. 40 No. 5. Mazurka in D major
Op. 40 No. 6. Chant sans paroles
Op. 40 No. 7. Au village
Op. 40 No. 8. Valse in A flat major (timmyab)
Op. 40 No. 9. Valse in F sharp minor (PikaPianist)
Op. 40 No. 10. Danse russe
Op. 40 No. 11. Scherzo
Op. 40 No. 12. Reverie interrompue

Op. 51 No. 1. Valse de salon
Op. 51 No. 2. Polka peu dansante
Op. 51 No. 3. Menuetto scherzoso
Op. 51 No. 4. Natha-valse
Op. 51 No. 5. Romance
Op. 51 No. 6. Valse sentimentale (lyricmudra)

Op. 72 No. 1. Impromptu (Peterws)
Op. 72 No. 2. Berceuse (MaryBee)
Op. 72 No. 3. Tendres reproches
Op. 72 No. 4. Danse caracteristique
Op. 72 No. 5. Meditation (Ganddalf)
Op. 72 No. 6. Mazurka pour danser
Op. 72 No. 7. Polacca de concert
Op. 72 No. 8. Dialogue
Op. 72 No. 9. Un poco di Schumann (Wayne32yrs)
Op. 72 No. 10. Scherzo-fantaisie
Op. 72 No. 11. Valse bluette
Op. 72 No. 12. L'espiegle
Op. 72 No. 13. Echo rustique
Op. 72 No. 14. Chant elegiaque (chopinoholic)
Op. 72 No. 15. Un poco di Chopin (chopinoholic)
Op. 72 No. 16. Valse a cinq temps (Ganddalf)
Op. 72 No. 17. Passe lointain
Op. 72 No. 18. Scene dansante: invitation au trepak
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#2205996 - 12/31/13 09:04 PM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: zrtf90]
wayne33yrs Offline
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Registered: 03/31/11
Posts: 1872
Loc: Sheffield UK
Would people be happy to see a 'complete set' recital, or doesn't it really matter?

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#2205999 - 12/31/13 09:06 PM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: wayne33yrs]
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Originally Posted By: wayne33yrs
Would people be happy to see a 'complete set' recital, or doesn't it really matter?
Are you offering to do the rest? smile
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#2206004 - 12/31/13 09:14 PM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: zrtf90]
wayne33yrs Offline
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Registered: 03/31/11
Posts: 1872
Loc: Sheffield UK
Lol, I've all on doin' this 'one' (pmsl) smile Just wondered how people felt, do folk prefer to participate in a complete themed recital, or is it of no relevance to folk x

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#2206020 - 12/31/13 09:45 PM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: zrtf90]
Morodiene Offline
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Registered: 04/06/07
Posts: 12206
Loc: Boynton Beach, FL
In this case, since there isn't a "set" of piece like in previous recitals, but several different sets, I think it's OK to just get a taste of what Mr T has to offer the pianists of the world.
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#2206059 - 12/31/13 10:48 PM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: Morodiene]
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Registered: 03/21/13
Posts: 1766
Loc: Australia
Originally Posted By: Morodiene
In this case, since there isn't a "set" of piece like in previous recitals, but several different sets, I think it's OK to just get a taste of what Mr T has to offer the pianists of the world.


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#2206063 - 12/31/13 11:01 PM Re: Tchaikovsky Themed Recital: April 2014 [Re: wayne33yrs]
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Registered: 03/03/13
Posts: 7776
Loc: New York City
Originally Posted By: wayne33yrs
Originally Posted By: peterws
I don`t personally thing anyone should be worried about either dropping out at the last minut (having given it your best shot) or playing it subtempo. The experience is invaluable, and anyway - they are often played far faster than the composer wanted originally. . . someone might ask "how d`ya that`s true?" to which I could say "How d`ya know it isn`t? Where you there?"

Have fun! I am, but my fingers aren`t . . . crazy


PW needs a 'like comment' feature wink

There's a designated forum just for new feature requests, so you should post about it there - it doesn't sound like a bad idea.
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