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#2291781 - 06/18/14 07:21 PM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: jeffreyjones]
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From Holberg's Time is a blast. Grieg always has such a positive outlook compared to the other classical masters.


You beat me to this one...I love this suite!
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#2291897 - 06/19/14 01:47 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Morodiene]
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Originally Posted By: jeffreyjones
From Holberg's Time is a blast. Grieg always has such a positive outlook compared to the other classical masters.


You beat me to this one...I love this suite!


Would you play it if I switched to something else? It would hardly be a problem to find something else I wanted to do, but one way or another, it really should be in the recital.

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#2292024 - 06/19/14 10:20 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: jeffreyjones]
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From Holberg's Time is a blast. Grieg always has such a positive outlook compared to the other classical masters.


You beat me to this one...I love this suite!


Would you play it if I switched to something else? It would hardly be a problem to find something else I wanted to do, but one way or another, it really should be in the recital.


That is very generous of you! I know that I will learn to play it someday, but with my focus right now being elsewhere, I would not want to take it from you and not have the time to devote to it that is needed. Perhaps if I had gotten a head start on it before starting my project, but at this point, perhaps it's best for you to continue. I know you will do an awesome job of it!
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#2308466 - 07/29/14 11:22 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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I made a recording Händels' suite in B-flat major HWV 434 G34-36 a few months ago, but it's only the prelude and the Aria con variazioni. Is this of interest for this recital?
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#2308719 - 07/29/14 08:41 PM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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Those are the best parts wink

The Menuet is rather nice as well and far less difficult than the aria con variazioni.
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#2308748 - 07/29/14 10:29 PM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: wouter79]
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I made a recording Händels' suite in B-flat major HWV 434 G34-36 a few months ago, but it's only the prelude and the Aria con variazioni. Is this of interest for this recital?
Can you prepare the whole thing since you already have some of it done?
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#2308797 - 07/30/14 02:20 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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Well, as hreichgott writes, "these are the best parts". I did not think the Menuet good enough to spend time on. So, no I do not have plans to study the Menuet.
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#2310860 - 08/04/14 03:27 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: wouter79]
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Originally Posted By: wouter79
I made a recording Händels' suite in B-flat major HWV 434 G34-36 a few months ago, but it's only the prelude and the Aria con variazioni. Is this of interest for this recital?


I don't know this suite, but I think it is ok if you submit what you have studied. Please, send me a PM if you want to participate!

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#2312524 - 08/07/14 04:17 PM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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When is the submission deadline????? I need to get started on my contribution. grin
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#2312822 - 08/08/14 07:15 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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When this thread was started I suggested Monday, November 3rd. Unless there are any objections to it, I suggest that we stick to that date.

A few days ago I got a question about how to submit. I'm open to any ideas, but I think the simplest way for me will be that you record the music, store it (in any format you want)on box.com, YouTube or wherever you want and just send me the links.

In addition to this it would be nice if you could add some personal comments. Some information about the music, maybe something about how you have experienced the work with the piece etc. Just avoid pinpointing your own shortcomings (if any).

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#2312823 - 08/08/14 07:19 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.1 - SnugWuls
French Suite no.3 - AnneJ
French Suite no.4 – 1RC
French Suite no.6 - Dame Myra
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
Suite B-flat major (Prelude + Aria) - wouter79

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
Bachianas Brasileiras #4 - Brad_Hoehne

Deodat de Severac

En Languedoc: Suite pour piano - Tim Adrianson
Cerdana - Tim Adrianson

Alberto Ginastera

Suite de Danzas Criollas - Orange Soda King

Feinberg

Suite 1 - albumblatter

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#2320266 - 08/26/14 03:35 PM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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Hi all, would anybody like to take Suite pour le Piano (Debussy) from me?

My schedule for the next few months are a bit shakey.

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#2320308 - 08/26/14 06:30 PM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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I've played the Prelude and Sarabande but figured I would never bother with the Toccata. Hopefully someone will take the whole thing but if not I would be willing to take either the prelude or sarabande or both if my arm is twisted and if someone else takes the toccata.

But only as a backup...if someone else wants it please take it. You don't want to hear what I will do with it! whistle

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#2320483 - 08/27/14 04:29 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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The Pour le Piano Toccata is one of my favorites...would love to take that.
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#2320527 - 08/27/14 08:18 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Pathbreaker]
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I've played the Prelude and Sarabande but figured I would never bother with the Toccata. Hopefully someone will take the whole thing but if not I would be willing to take either the prelude or sarabande or both if my arm is twisted and if someone else takes the toccata.

But only as a backup...if someone else wants it please take it. You don't want to hear what I will do with it! whistle

I can take the Sarabande...it's one of my favorites!
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#2320555 - 08/27/14 09:11 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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That's awesome! In that case please include me for the Prelude.

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#2321020 - 08/28/14 08:58 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.1 - SnugWuls
French Suite no.3 - AnneJ
French Suite no.4 – 1RC
French Suite no.6 - Dame Myra
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
Suite B-flat major (Prelude + Aria) - wouter79

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 - Pathbreaker, doctor_S, Morodiene
Children's Corner - doctor_S

M.Ravel

Tombeau de Couperin - hreichgott + ScriabinAddict

B.Bartok

Suite Op.14 – Kreisler

H.Villa-Lobos

Suite Floral - Tim Adriansson
Bachianas Brasileiras #4 - Brad_Hoehne

Deodat de Severac

En Languedoc: Suite pour piano - Tim Adrianson
Cerdana - Tim Adrianson

Alberto Ginastera

Suite de Danzas Criollas - Orange Soda King

Feinberg

Suite 1 - albumblatter

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#2321022 - 08/28/14 08:59 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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Please check that I got everything right in my last update.

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#2321350 - 08/29/14 12:00 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Pathbreaker]
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That's awesome! In that case please include me for the Prelude.
A team effort - I love it! laugh
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#2321399 - 08/29/14 03:19 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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Charles Dieupart

Suite no.6 - Cinnamonbear

F.Couperin

Sixieme Ordre - Morodiene

J.S.Bach

French Suite no.1 - SnugWuls
French Suite no.3 - AnneJ
French Suite no.4 – 1RC
French Suite no.6 - Dame Myra
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
Suite B-flat major (Prelude + Aria) - wouter79

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 - Pathbreaker, doctor_S, Morodiene
Children's Corner - doctor_S

M.Ravel

Tombeau de Couperin - hreichgott + ScriabinAddict

B.Bartok

Suite Op.14 – Kreisler

H.Villa-Lobos

Suite Floral - Tim Adriansson
Bachianas Brasileiras #4 - Brad_Hoehne

Deodat de Severac

En Languedoc: Suite pour piano - Tim Adrianson
Cerdana - Tim Adrianson

Alberto Ginastera

Suite de Danzas Criollas - Orange Soda King

Feinberg

Suite 1 - albumblatter

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#2321457 - 08/29/14 08:34 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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I hate to do this, but I've really given it a go and discovered that I don't care much for my selection of the Sixieme Ordre by Couperin. I really loved the Barricades Mysterieuses so I thought the rest might be close to that, but I'm not finding it very inspiring. Can you please remove me from the list for that suite, Ganddalf?

I'd rather work on something else, although I'm not sure what. I'm glad I have the Sarabande from Pour le Piano to do still.

Any recommendations for other suites?
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#2321496 - 08/29/14 10:36 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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I forget if this was asked already or not, but does Bach's Italian Concerto count as a suite (since it's not really a concerto)?
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#2321789 - 08/30/14 03:42 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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I'll remove the Couperin suite next time I update the list.
Concerning the Italian Concerto I think the conclusion from the last discussion was that it is not actually a suite. But unless other participants have serious objections I think it can be accepted.

Nobody has claimed Bach's 5th French Suite. This is great music, but a lot of work, of course. Just a suggestion if you haven't thought about it.

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#2321841 - 08/30/14 09:53 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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Morning, Ganddalf! Well, I'll claim the Bach French Suite 5 -- that's the one French Suite I DO know, and I can certainly "dust that off" by early November. Like you, I'm surprised that nobody claimed it; I consider it the most charming of the six French Suites. I've already recorded the de Severac and Villa Lobos submissions, and so I don't have to worry about them.

Speaking of that -- I will submit to you both the "Cerdana" and "En Languedoc" in three installments. Both Suites have five pieces, and in both cases I recorded them as 1 alone, then 2 -3, then 4 -5. That also will allow me to provide some commentary on each piece, which I think is prudent because they are picturesque in nature and can be more fully appreciated if the listener knows what is being depicted.
I'll provide this to you in mid-October or thereabouts, and leave it to you to put it all together. By contrast, the Villa Lobos I recorded in the more typical single pass.

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#2322405 - 08/31/14 09:20 PM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Ganddalf]
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Guess I won't be going the French Suite No. 5 either wink

Actually, I just realized no one signed up for Debussy's Estampes. I've done Soiree dans Grenade before so I could bring that back, and I really like Jardins. I like Pagodes too, but I'm just not sure I could get it all in time.

Would anyone like to do Pagodes? If not, go ahead and sign me up for Estampes and we'll see what happens. smile


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#2322498 - 09/01/14 03:43 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Morodiene]
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Guess I won't be going the French Suite No. 5 either wink

Actually, I just realized no one signed up for Debussy's Estampes. I've done Soiree dans Grenade before so I could bring that back, and I really like Jardins. I like Pagodes too, but I'm just not sure I could get it all in time.

Would anyone like to do Pagodes? If not, go ahead and sign me up for Estampes and we'll see what happens. smile


Oh, this is great music. If nobody wants to play Pagodes, maybe we should accept just two of the movements being played. I'm afraid that Pagodes is beyond my capabilities.

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#2322590 - 09/01/14 10:44 AM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Morodiene]
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Morodiene (and Ganddalf) -- I apologize to you for "jumping the gun" regarding the French Suite; I didn't read the context of the thread closely enough, and responded to Ganddalf too quickly. That is to say, if you DO know the French Suite No 5 well already, you're certainly welcome to play it, and I'll withdraw my claim on it.

Regarding the Estampes -- I DO know the "Pagodes", and could provide that to fill out the suite -- but then I would withdraw the Bach.

This time, I'll leave it to you both to make a decision regarding Bach vs Debussy -- again, sorry for being overly aggressive.

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#2322638 - 09/01/14 12:29 PM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Tim Adrianson]
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Morodiene (and Ganddalf) -- I apologize to you for "jumping the gun" regarding the French Suite; I didn't read the context of the thread closely enough, and responded to Ganddalf too quickly. That is to say, if you DO know the French Suite No 5 well already, you're certainly welcome to play it, and I'll withdraw my claim on it.

Regarding the Estampes -- I DO know the "Pagodes", and could provide that to fill out the suite -- but then I would withdraw the Bach.

This time, I'll leave it to you both to make a decision regarding Bach vs Debussy -- again, sorry for being overly aggressive.


LOL no problem! I really would prefer to do the Estampes, so it's up to you if you want to do Pagodes or the French Suite. It would be great to have the French Suite as a part of the recital I think. Perhaps someone else would be willing to do Pagodes?

Again, if not, I will try. I just read through Pagodes and Jardin and had I thought of this sooner I could have managed both, but I'm just not sure with the time I have left how good they would both turn out.
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#2322654 - 09/01/14 01:06 PM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Morodiene]
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I hope *somebody* does the French Suite, No. 5! laugh It's such an excellent piece of music!

As for me, I would like to "officially" add Handel's Keyboard Suite No. 5 to the list. I do believe it will be ready in time.

(Question about Corrente, Courante, and Allemande to appear as separate thread, soon...)
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#2322655 - 09/01/14 01:07 PM Re: Themed recital: Suites [Re: Morodiene]
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Hi, Morodiene -- thanks for responding! No, as charming as the French Suite #5 is, I'm leaning toward "Pagodes"; and the reason is that there are already four other French Suites on the "masterlist", and I think the Debussy is more needed for balance. So, if we can agree on this, I'll do the "Pagodas", and let you do the "Evening in Granada" and "Gardens in the Rain", as a composite submission of "Estampes".

Agreed? Going once, going twice....

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