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#2222123 - 01/28/14 08:45 PM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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Have learned it, and the 2nd English Suite, but have absolutely noooo desire to try to record them...
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#2222282 - 01/29/14 02:51 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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Updated list:

Charles Dieupart

Suite no.6 - Cinnamonbear

F.Couperin

Sixieme Ordre - Morodiene

J.S.Bach

French Suite no.2 - FarmGirl + Phil M
French Suite no.3 - AnneJ
French Suite no.4 – 1RC
Partita no.1 - Carey
Partita no.2 - doctor_S
Partita no.3 - Ganddalf
Partita no.6 - Kuanpiano

G.F. Händel

Keyboard suite no. 13 - Cinnamonbear
Keyboard suite no. 15 - Cinnamonbear
Keyboard suite no. 16 - Cinnamonbear

E.Grieg

Peer Gynt Suite no.1 - Damon
Peer Gynt Suite no.2 - SlatterFan
From Holberg's time - jeffreyjones

MacDowell

Woodland Sketches - Sammae

Carl Nielsen

Suite for piano - D.S.F.

C.Debussy

Suite Bergamasque - woodog
Suite pour le Piano - neuralfirings
Children's Corner - doctor_S

M.Ravel

Tombeau de Couperin - hreichgott + ScriabinAddict

B.Bartok

Suite Op.14 – Kreisler
Six Romanian Folk Dances - Carey

Deodat de Severac

En Languedoc: Suite pour piano - Tim Adrianson

Alberto Ginastera

Suite de Danzas Criollas - Orange Soda King

Feinberg

Suite 1 - albumblatter [/quote]

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#2222284 - 01/29/14 02:55 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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A question about Bach suites: Are the English Suites larger and more technically demanding than the Partitas?

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#2222341 - 01/29/14 06:38 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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Originally Posted By: Ganddalf
A question about Bach suites: Are the English Suites larger and more technically demanding than the Partitas?


When I was in college, the rule of thumb regarding the difficulty of Bach suites seemed to be that the French were the easiest, the partitas were the most difficult, and the English were somewhere between those two. But that's only a very general assessment, and I don't know that people who have learned them all would necessarily agree.

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#2222386 - 01/29/14 08:52 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Orange Soda King]
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Originally Posted By: Orange Soda King
Originally Posted By: Ganddalf
Originally Posted By: Morodiene
Would Pictures at an Exhibition be considered a suite?


I would consider it a suite. Guess it is pretty difficult technically, but anyone who feels capable to play it is welcome.


Morodiene, was that an offer from you to play it? Or were you just asking if it will work? Because if not, then I'd like to take it! But Morodiene mentioned it first.


I was contemplating taking some of the pieces, but I don't really know if I have what it takes to play all of it - it's been a long time since a tried, though. Want to share? smile
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#2222416 - 01/29/14 09:30 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: wr]
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Originally Posted By: wr
Originally Posted By: Ganddalf
A question about Bach suites: Are the English Suites larger and more technically demanding than the Partitas?


When I was in college, the rule of thumb regarding the difficulty of Bach suites seemed to be that the French were the easiest, the partitas were the most difficult, and the English were somewhere between those two. But that's only a very general assessment, and I don't know that people who have learned them all would necessarily agree.


According to Hinson, the English suites "are generally on a larger scale and more imposing than the French Suites." He rates the French Suites Intermediate to Moderately Difficult, the English Suites Moderately Difficult, and the Partitas Moderately Difficult to Difficult. So he seems to agree with this assessment.
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#2222588 - 01/29/14 02:07 PM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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For one thing, English Suites are longer than French Suite. The prelude in English Suite II is wopping 10 pages plus which is almost the same size as the entire French Suite II.
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#2222606 - 01/29/14 02:35 PM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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Yes, the preludes to the English Suites are quite... robust. (Except for the A major.) There seems to be more of an endurance issue here than with most of the Partitas. Also, the English Suites sound (and, I imagine, are): older.

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#2223590 - 01/31/14 11:14 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Orange Soda King]
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Originally Posted By: Orange Soda King
Originally Posted By: Ganddalf
Originally Posted By: Morodiene
Would Pictures at an Exhibition be considered a suite?


I would consider it a suite. Guess it is pretty difficult technically, but anyone who feels capable to play it is welcome.


Morodiene, was that an offer from you to play it? Or were you just asking if it will work? Because if not, then I'd like to take it! But Morodiene mentioned it first.


I gather form your lack of response that you'd want to do it all or nothing. Go ahead and take it if you want.
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#2223694 - 01/31/14 02:59 PM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Morodiene]
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Originally Posted By: Morodiene
Originally Posted By: Orange Soda King
Originally Posted By: Ganddalf
Originally Posted By: Morodiene
Would Pictures at an Exhibition be considered a suite?


I would consider it a suite. Guess it is pretty difficult technically, but anyone who feels capable to play it is welcome.


Morodiene, was that an offer from you to play it? Or were you just asking if it will work? Because if not, then I'd like to take it! But Morodiene mentioned it first.


I was contemplating taking some of the pieces, but I don't really know if I have what it takes to play all of it - it's been a long time since a tried, though. Want to share? smile


I am sorry that I missed your response. We can share, or you can take it, since you mentioned it first. If you want to share, then you pick whatever you wanna play, and I'll play whatever you don't pick. smile

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#2223914 - 01/31/14 11:17 PM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: beet31425]
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Originally Posted By: beet31425
Yes, the preludes to the English Suites are quite... robust. (Except for the A major.) There seems to be more of an endurance issue here than with most of the Partitas. Also, the English Suites sound (and, I imagine, are): older.

-J


They are. It's not too hard to tell; they're less harmonically adventurous and more contrapuntally involved, which is more typical of his earlier work. I feel the same way about WTK I vs. WTK II.

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#2225066 - 02/03/14 08:56 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Orange Soda King]
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Originally Posted By: Orange Soda King
Originally Posted By: Morodiene
Originally Posted By: Orange Soda King
Originally Posted By: Ganddalf
Originally Posted By: Morodiene
Would Pictures at an Exhibition be considered a suite?


I would consider it a suite. Guess it is pretty difficult technically, but anyone who feels capable to play it is welcome.


Morodiene, was that an offer from you to play it? Or were you just asking if it will work? Because if not, then I'd like to take it! But Morodiene mentioned it first.


I was contemplating taking some of the pieces, but I don't really know if I have what it takes to play all of it - it's been a long time since a tried, though. Want to share? smile


I am sorry that I missed your response. We can share, or you can take it, since you mentioned it first. If you want to share, then you pick whatever you wanna play, and I'll play whatever you don't pick. smile

No, that's fine. I was going back and forth on this, but I don't want to take on too much, so I'll stick with just doing the Couperin. Feel free to do all of this smile
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#2225113 - 02/03/14 10:03 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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Are you sure? Okay, then!

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#2225216 - 02/03/14 01:08 PM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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I'm trying to commit less to these e-citals, because I've missed my commitments to several of them previously (life is so busy!), however, I can commit to this one for sure, because I have English Suite No. 5 in my fingers right now, and am planning on getting a good recording of it and a bunch of other repertoire in March. So I'll commit to it for this e-cital smile
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#2225241 - 02/03/14 02:23 PM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: MarkH]
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Originally Posted By: MarkH
I'm trying to commit less to these e-citals, because I've missed my commitments to several of them previously (life is so busy!), however, I can commit to this one for sure, because I have English Suite No. 5 in my fingers right now, and am planning on getting a good recording of it and a bunch of other repertoire in March. So I'll commit to it for this e-cital smile


Fine! I'll soon make a new update of the list.

Anyone can encounter problems when comes to make a satisfactory recording by the deadline. In this case this will be no disaster. After all we don't try to cover the entire suite literature - a situation different from an e-cital covering e.g. the Chopin mazurkas. But, of course, I hope that everyone will be able to submit the pieces they signed up for.

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#2225263 - 02/03/14 03:12 PM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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Got to be quick, so, um, no Purcell? I wouldn't mind having a bash at VII, the Z. 668 in D minor, if that's alright...? laugh
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#2225569 - 02/04/14 02:57 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
Ganddalf Offline
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Updated list:

H.Purcell

Suite no.7 (Z.668) - FSO

Charles Dieupart

Suite no.6 - Cinnamonbear

F.Couperin

Sixieme Ordre - Morodiene

J.S.Bach

French Suite no.2 - FarmGirl + Phil M
French Suite no.3 - AnneJ
French Suite no.4 – 1RC
English Suite No.5 - MarkH
Partita no.1 - Carey
Partita no.2 - doctor_S
Partita no.3 - Ganddalf
Partita no.6 - Kuanpiano

G.F. Händel

Keyboard suite no. 13 - Cinnamonbear
Keyboard suite no. 15 - Cinnamonbear
Keyboard suite no. 16 - Cinnamonbear

E.Grieg

Peer Gynt Suite no.1 - Damon
Peer Gynt Suite no.2 - SlatterFan
From Holberg's time - jeffreyjones

MacDowell

Woodland Sketches - Sammae

Carl Nielsen

Suite for piano - D.S.F.

C.Debussy

Suite Bergamasque - woodog
Suite pour le Piano - neuralfirings
Children's Corner - doctor_S

M.Ravel

Tombeau de Couperin - hreichgott + ScriabinAddict

B.Bartok

Suite Op.14 – Kreisler
Six Romanian Folk Dances - Carey

Deodat de Severac

En Languedoc: Suite pour piano - Tim Adrianson

Alberto Ginastera

Suite de Danzas Criollas - Orange Soda King

Feinberg

Suite 1 - albumblatter

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#2225572 - 02/04/14 03:03 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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As you see Purcell is now added to the list, and we also got one of the English suites represented.

Once more I urge you to check the list. Is everything in accordance with your wishes. Any misspellings?

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#2225663 - 02/04/14 09:03 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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Ganddalf, I am also doing Pictures as well as the Ginastera. smile

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#2225802 - 02/04/14 02:33 PM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Orange Soda King]
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Originally Posted By: Orange Soda King
Ganddalf, I am also doing Pictures as well as the Ginastera. smile


Ok, the list will be updated tomorrow morning.

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#2226149 - 02/05/14 05:09 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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Updated list:

H.Purcell

Suite no.7 (Z.668) - FSO

Charles Dieupart

Suite no.6 - Cinnamonbear

F.Couperin

Sixieme Ordre - Morodiene

J.S.Bach

French Suite no.2 - FarmGirl + Phil M
French Suite no.3 - AnneJ
French Suite no.4 – 1RC
English Suite No.5 - MarkH
Partita no.1 - Carey
Partita no.2 - doctor_S
Partita no.3 - Ganddalf
Partita no.6 - Kuanpiano

G.F. Händel

Keyboard suite no. 13 - Cinnamonbear
Keyboard suite no. 15 - Cinnamonbear
Keyboard suite no. 16 - Cinnamonbear

M.Mussorgsky

Pictures from an Exhibition - Orange Soda King

E.Grieg

Peer Gynt Suite no.1 - Damon
Peer Gynt Suite no.2 - SlatterFan
From Holberg's time - jeffreyjones

MacDowell

Woodland Sketches - Sammae

Carl Nielsen

Suite for piano - D.S.F.

C.Debussy

Suite Bergamasque - woodog
Suite pour le Piano - neuralfirings
Children's Corner - doctor_S

M.Ravel

Tombeau de Couperin - hreichgott + ScriabinAddict

B.Bartok

Suite Op.14 – Kreisler
Six Romanian Folk Dances - Carey

Deodat de Severac

En Languedoc: Suite pour piano - Tim Adrianson

Alberto Ginastera

Suite de Danzas Criollas - Orange Soda King

Feinberg

Suite 1 - albumblatter

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#2227288 - 02/07/14 02:25 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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Updated list, one more contribution added:

H.Purcell

Suite no.7 (Z.668) - FSO

Charles Dieupart

Suite no.6 - Cinnamonbear

F.Couperin

Sixieme Ordre - Morodiene

J.S.Bach

French Suite no.2 - FarmGirl + Phil M
French Suite no.3 - AnneJ
French Suite no.4 – 1RC
English Suite No.5 - MarkH
Partita no.1 - Carey
Partita no.2 - doctor_S
Partita no.3 - Ganddalf
Partita no.6 - Kuanpiano

G.F. Händel

Keyboard suite no. 13 - Cinnamonbear
Keyboard suite no. 15 - Cinnamonbear
Keyboard suite no. 16 - Cinnamonbear

M.Mussorgsky

Pictures from an Exhibition - Orange Soda King

E.Grieg

Peer Gynt Suite no.1 - Damon
Peer Gynt Suite no.2 - SlatterFan
From Holberg's time - jeffreyjones

MacDowell

Woodland Sketches - Sammae

Carl Nielsen

Suite for piano - D.S.F.

C.Debussy

Suite Bergamasque - woodog
Suite pour le Piano - neuralfirings
Children's Corner - doctor_S

M.Ravel

Tombeau de Couperin - hreichgott + ScriabinAddict

B.Bartok

Suite Op.14 – Kreisler
Six Romanian Folk Dances - Carey

H.Villa-Lobos

Suite Floral - Tim Adriansson

Deodat de Severac

En Languedoc: Suite pour piano - Tim Adrianson

Alberto Ginastera

Suite de Danzas Criollas - Orange Soda King

Feinberg

Suite 1 - albumblatter


Edited by Ganddalf (02/07/14 02:25 AM)

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#2232916 - 02/17/14 02:20 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
Ganddalf Offline
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Updated list, one more contribution added:

H.Purcell

Suite no.7 (Z.668) - FSO

Charles Dieupart

Suite no.6 - Cinnamonbear

F.Couperin

Sixieme Ordre - Morodiene

J.S.Bach

French Suite no.2 - FarmGirl + Phil M
French Suite no.3 - AnneJ
French Suite no.4 – 1RC
English Suite No.5 - MarkH
Partita no.1 - Carey
Partita no.2 - doctor_S
Partita no.3 - Ganddalf
Partita no.6 - Kuanpiano

G.F. Händel

Keyboard suite no. 13 - Cinnamonbear
Keyboard suite no. 15 - Cinnamonbear
Keyboard suite no. 16 - Cinnamonbear

M.Mussorgsky

Pictures from an Exhibition - Orange Soda King

E.Grieg

Peer Gynt Suite no.1 - Damon
Peer Gynt Suite no.2 - SlatterFan
From Holberg's time - jeffreyjones

MacDowell

Woodland Sketches - Sammae

Carl Nielsen

Suite for piano - D.S.F.

S.Rachmaninoff

Suite, d-minor - doctor_S

C.Debussy

Suite Bergamasque - woodog
Suite pour le Piano - neuralfirings
Children's Corner - doctor_S

M.Ravel

Tombeau de Couperin - hreichgott + ScriabinAddict

B.Bartok

Suite Op.14 – Kreisler
Six Romanian Folk Dances - Carey

H.Villa-Lobos

Suite Floral - Tim Adriansson

Deodat de Severac

En Languedoc: Suite pour piano - Tim Adrianson

Alberto Ginastera

Suite de Danzas Criollas - Orange Soda King

Feinberg

Suite 1 - albumblatter

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#2241167 - 03/04/14 09:38 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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Hi everyone, my apologies but I have to pull myself out of the e-cital. I am playing in my first chamber (sort of) music for this for an asian festival in November, flute and piano recitals in December. It is a serious piece and I need to dedicate my summer time to make it successful. The flute player I am performing with has won 1st prize in the local competition and I really have to put an extra effort. Sorry!

For those who curious, the piece is composed by Michio Miyagi and it sounds like this. Obviously, it's not me.

Carey, I will arrange preconcert in my house in the fall before the festival. Hope you can come.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrIF_6h16w0
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#2242512 - 03/07/14 05:31 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: FarmGirl]
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Originally Posted By: FarmGirl
Hi everyone, my apologies but I have to pull myself out of the e-cital. I am playing in my first chamber (sort of) music for this for an asian festival in November, flute and piano recitals in December. It is a serious piece and I need to dedicate my summer time to make it successful. The flute player I am performing with has won 1st prize in the local competition and I really have to put an extra effort. Sorry!

For those who curious, the piece is composed by Michio Miyagi and it sounds like this. Obviously, it's not me.

Carey, I will arrange preconcert in my house in the fall before the festival. Hope you can come.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrIF_6h16w0


Of course it is understandable that you change your plans. Just a question: Will Carey play the Suite, or should I remove it completely from the list?

FYI: I'm off to the US today and will not make any updates before I return (18th).


Edited by Ganddalf (03/07/14 05:32 AM)

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#2242577 - 03/07/14 10:29 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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Originally Posted By: Ganddalf
Originally Posted By: FarmGirl
Hi everyone, my apologies but I have to pull myself out of the e-cital. I am playing in my first chamber (sort of) music for this for an asian festival in November, flute and piano recitals in December. It is a serious piece and I need to dedicate my summer time to make it successful. The flute player I am performing with has won 1st prize in the local competition and I really have to put an extra effort. Sorry!

For those who curious, the piece is composed by Michio Miyagi and it sounds like this. Obviously, it's not me.

Carey, I will arrange preconcert in my house in the fall before the festival. Hope you can come.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrIF_6h16w0


Of course it is understandable that you change your plans. Just a question: Will Carey play the Suite, or should I remove it completely from the list?

FYI: I'm off to the US today and will not make any updates before I return (18th).
Where in the US may I ask?
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#2242585 - 03/07/14 10:47 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: FarmGirl]
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Originally Posted By: FarmGirl
Hi everyone, my apologies but I have to pull myself out of the e-cital. I am playing in my first chamber (sort of) music for this for an asian festival in November, flute and piano recitals in December. It is a serious piece and I need to dedicate my summer time to make it successful. The flute player I am performing with has won 1st prize in the local competition and I really have to put an extra effort. Sorry!

For those who curious, the piece is composed by Michio Miyagi and it sounds like this. Obviously, it's not me.

Carey, I will arrange preconcert in my house in the fall before the festival. Hope you can come.

I'll definitely try to be there !! grin
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#2242595 - 03/07/14 11:11 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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Posts: 1954
Loc: Scottsdale, AZ
Originally Posted By: Ganddalf
Originally Posted By: FarmGirl
Hi everyone, my apologies but I have to pull myself out of the e-cital. I am playing in my first chamber (sort of) music for this for an asian festival in November, flute and piano recitals in December. It is a serious piece and I need to dedicate my summer time to make it successful. The flute player I am performing with has won 1st prize in the local competition and I really have to put an extra effort. Sorry!

For those who curious, the piece is composed by Michio Miyagi and it sounds like this. Obviously, it's not me.

Carey, I will arrange preconcert in my house in the fall before the festival. Hope you can come.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrIF_6h16w0


Of course it is understandable that you change your plans. Just a question: Will Carey play the Suite, or should I remove it completely from the list?

FYI: I'm off to the US today and will not make any updates before I return (18th).


Please remove the suite under my name completely. Apologies for the confusion
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Solo - Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, Schubert Sonata D960 Andante sostenute (9/7/14), Bach f minor Fugue WTC Bk1, Rachmaninoff Elegie Op 3 #1, Chopin Trois Nouvelles Etudes #1



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#2242596 - 03/07/14 11:13 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: carey]
FarmGirl Offline

Silver Supporter until Jan 02 2013


Registered: 09/14/10
Posts: 1954
Loc: Scottsdale, AZ
Originally Posted By: carey
Originally Posted By: FarmGirl
Hi everyone, my apologies but I have to pull myself out of the e-cital. I am playing in my first chamber (sort of) music for this for an asian festival in November, flute and piano recitals in December. It is a serious piece and I need to dedicate my summer time to make it successful. The flute player I am performing with has won 1st prize in the local competition and I really have to put an extra effort. Sorry!

For those who curious, the piece is composed by Michio Miyagi and it sounds like this. Obviously, it's not me.

Carey, I will arrange preconcert in my house in the fall before the festival. Hope you can come.

I'll definitely try to be there !! grin


Thank you!
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Solo - Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, Schubert Sonata D960 Andante sostenute (9/7/14), Bach f minor Fugue WTC Bk1, Rachmaninoff Elegie Op 3 #1, Chopin Trois Nouvelles Etudes #1



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#2247426 - 03/16/14 12:11 PM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
Ganddalf Offline
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Registered: 07/28/09
Posts: 613
Loc: Norway
Updated list

H.Purcell

Suite no.7 (Z.668) - FSO

Charles Dieupart

Suite no.6 - Cinnamonbear

F.Couperin

Sixieme Ordre - Morodiene

J.S.Bach

French Suite no.3 - AnneJ
French Suite no.4 – 1RC
English Suite No.5 - MarkH
Partita no.1 - Carey
Partita no.2 - doctor_S
Partita no.3 - Ganddalf
Partita no.6 - Kuanpiano

G.F. Händel

Keyboard suite no. 13 - Cinnamonbear
Keyboard suite no. 15 - Cinnamonbear
Keyboard suite no. 16 - Cinnamonbear

M.Mussorgsky

Pictures from an Exhibition - Orange Soda King

E.Grieg

Peer Gynt Suite no.1 - Damon
Peer Gynt Suite no.2 - SlatterFan
From Holberg's time - jeffreyjones

MacDowell

Woodland Sketches - Sammae

Carl Nielsen

Suite for piano - D.S.F.

S.Rachmaninoff

Suite, d-minor - doctor_S

C.Debussy

Suite Bergamasque - woodog
Suite pour le Piano - neuralfirings
Children's Corner - doctor_S

M.Ravel

Tombeau de Couperin - hreichgott + ScriabinAddict

B.Bartok

Suite Op.14 – Kreisler
Six Romanian Folk Dances - Carey

H.Villa-Lobos

Suite Floral - Tim Adriansson

Deodat de Severac

En Languedoc: Suite pour piano - Tim Adrianson

Alberto Ginastera

Suite de Danzas Criollas - Orange Soda King

Feinberg

Suite 1 - albumblatter

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