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#2311666 - 08/05/14 07:53 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Pathbreaker]
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Originally Posted By: Pathbreaker


Ok I think I get it now. I do see a second section titled Albumblätter and there are 5. So from what I can tell you actually want the Op. 99 Albumblätter no. 1 (Ziemlich langsam).

This would be the second section so the entry might need an update if that is the case. The Novellete follows the set of Albumblätter. As best I can tell, it stands by itself.


Yes! That's the ticket! And I might try the Albumblätter no. 2 as well if no one else takes it.
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#2311676 - 08/05/14 08:21 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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How about if I do the first movement (Allegro) of Op. 26, Carnival Jest in Vienna?
FYI, the movements are as follows:
I. Allegro
II. Romanze
III. Scherzino
IV. Intermezzo
V. Finale

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#2311677 - 08/05/14 08:21 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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I'd really like to participate but I'm not sure if Schumann will be over my head or not? I Googled the difficulty and it did say that some of the pieces are L1/2. With lots of practice and advice from my teacher do you think I would be able to tackle one of these in the time frame? I'm currently still working on the Alfred's L1 books.
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#2311687 - 08/05/14 08:56 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: MandyD]
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These pieces are L1/L2:

- 1. Melodie (Melody), C major
- 2. Soldatenmarsch (Soldiers' march), G major
- 3. Trällerliedchen (Humming song), C major

Here're some demonstrations by Dr. Huckleberry of U. of Iowa.
http://www.youtube.com/user/UIPianoPed/search?query=schumann
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#2311689 - 08/05/14 08:58 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: MandyD]
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Originally Posted By: MandyD
I'd really like to participate but I'm not sure if Schumann will be over my head or not? I Googled the difficulty and it did say that some of the pieces are L1/2. With lots of practice and advice from my teacher do you think I would be able to tackle one of these in the time frame? I'm currently still working on the Alfred's L1 books.


Mandy -

The first five pieces in Schumann's Opus 68 (Album for the Young) should be easily within your reach. The first one (Melody) is already spoken for - but 2 through 5 are still available. My favorite of the bunch is No. 2 - Soldier's March. Give it a look - but be quick !!

http://youtu.be/w7ouYmyW3vo
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#2311696 - 08/05/14 09:10 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: hotcat]
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Originally Posted By: hotcat
How about if I do the first movement (Allegro) of Op. 26, Carnival Jest in Vienna?
FYI, the movements are as follows:
I. Allegro
II. Romanze
III. Scherzino
IV. Intermezzo
V. Finale
OK, added you! Good choice, btw, I almost picked this one too wink
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#2311697 - 08/05/14 09:12 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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Thanks so much for the advice, I have listened to them all and I'm going to have a go at doing Stuckchen (a little piece). Edited to ad do I need to copy/paste the whole list or is stating it here ok?


Edited by MandyD (08/05/14 09:17 PM)
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#2311704 - 08/05/14 09:21 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: MandyD]
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Originally Posted By: MandyD
Thanks so much for the advice, I have listened to them all and I'm going to have a go at doing Stuckchen (a little piece). Edited to ad do I need to copy/paste the whole list or is stating it here ok?
Here is fine, I will add you to the list on the first page.
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#2311705 - 08/05/14 09:22 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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Thanks so much Morodiene smile
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#2311707 - 08/05/14 09:25 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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I'd like to be designated sub for Op. 12 if possible.
That is, I'll come along and play whatever movements remain unclaimed.
Or if someone bows out near the deadline and there's enough time for me to record.
I know and love all of Op. 12 but don't want to get in anyone's way.
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#2311709 - 08/05/14 09:27 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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Hmm, my teacher has mentioned Schumann ... I'll mention this to her tomorrow and see if we can figure something out. March '15 should be do-able.

She is currently learning Papillons which sounds crazy hard but, of course, she plays it beautifully and has only been learning it for a few weeks ...
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#2311710 - 08/05/14 09:31 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: hreichgott]
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Originally Posted By: hreichgott
I'd like to be designated sub for Op. 12 if possible.
That is, I'll come along and play whatever movements remain unclaimed.
Or if someone bows out near the deadline and there's enough time for me to record.
I know and love all of Op. 12 but don't want to get in anyone's way.
Why not select one movement for now, and you can always add more later?
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#2311719 - 08/05/14 10:07 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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Op. 9, Carnaval
-12. Chopin (A-flat; Agitato) ... please

I'm not giving up on Chopin grin

Thanks, Morodiene

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#2311725 - 08/05/14 10:26 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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Adding my name to Opus 68 number 9 Volksliedchen.


Edited by AZ_Astro (08/05/14 11:13 PM)
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#2311732 - 08/05/14 11:00 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: AZ_Astro]
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I'm playing Waldszenen Op. 82 No. 7 "Vogel als Prophet"

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#2311733 - 08/05/14 11:02 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Greener]
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Op. 9, Carnaval
-12. Chopin (A-flat; Agitato) ... please

I'm not giving up on Chopin grin

Thanks, Morodiene
OK, you're added. Quite a suitable choice wink
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#2311734 - 08/05/14 11:04 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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AZ and noob: I've added you both to the original post. If you wouldn't mind, can you edit your posts and delete the list? It will just cut down on very long posts in the thread.
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#2311749 - 08/05/14 11:55 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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Originally Posted By: Morodiene
Originally Posted By: hreichgott
I'd like to be designated sub for Op. 12 if possible.
That is, I'll come along and play whatever movements remain unclaimed.
Or if someone bows out near the deadline and there's enough time for me to record.
I know and love all of Op. 12 but don't want to get in anyone's way.
Why not select one movement for now, and you can always add more later?

Ok, put me down for In der Nacht then.
thanks
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#2311767 - 08/06/14 12:46 AM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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Would you please sign me up for the following:

Op. 68, Album for the Young (Album für die Jugend)
- 3. Trällerliedchen (Humming song), C major

Thanks!
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#2311774 - 08/06/14 01:00 AM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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@MandyD try No 5 it is easier then No 2 and No 1. Number 4 is fairly easy as well, you just have to love a Choral. (upside is that you can sing with it which makes practice easier).

Edit: Just saw you already did, good choice!


Edited by wimpiano (08/06/14 01:02 AM)
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#2311824 - 08/06/14 05:08 AM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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Please put me down for Nachtstucke Op 23 no 4

Also, I've noticed that in opus 23, the names designated to the 4 pieces have the alternative names of:
1. Mehr Langsam, Oft Zurückhaltend
2. Markiert Und Lebhaft
3. Mit Grosser Lebhaftigkeit
4. Einfach
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#2311836 - 08/06/14 06:20 AM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: wimpiano]
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@MandyD try No 5 it is easier then No 2 and No 1. Number 4 is fairly easy as well, you just have to love a Choral. (upside is that you can sing with it which makes practice easier).

Edit: Just saw you already did, good choice!


Awesome I feel more comfortable with my choice now. Although I don't know about the singing (according to my very rude and misguided children I am tone deaf). Now if M just remembers to ad me to the list lol! wink
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#2311845 - 08/06/14 06:45 AM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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The singing is with no 4. and you're doing no 5. wink The choral (No 4) is actually Psalm 42 (Like a deer).


Edited by wimpiano (08/06/14 06:46 AM)
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#2311852 - 08/06/14 07:17 AM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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Hm - things have happened during my summer vacation. Generally I find Schumann rather technically difficult. However, I'll take some time exploring his music and see if I find a suitable piece for myself.

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#2311882 - 08/06/14 09:41 AM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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Originally Posted By: TwoSnowflakes
I recorded Op. 68 Little Etude a bit ago for PW, so I'm happy to put that one up there if you like! I'm also happy to record any or all of the other pieces in Op. 68 up to #18 (there are two halves to op. 68, essentially, and 1-18 is the first half) if you need anybody to fill in there.
Let's see who picks from 68 since that is going to be very popular, and then you certainly can fill in whichever you'd like to do. Or, select one now so you have that for sure and can add more if you like once everyone's done with their first choices.


Sounds good. I'll leave Little Etude unclaimed since it's a fun and interesting piece for a variety of levels. And then I'll fill in what's not taken from 1-18 when all is said and done.
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#2311976 - 08/06/14 03:19 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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#2311987 - 08/06/14 03:44 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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OK, I can no longer edit the first post, so I will be updating within the body of the thread as needed.

The Schumann Recital will be March 15, 2015.

We will be using the recital submission software that's been used in the past.

Rules:
1) Each person can sign up for one piece only (see Note below). Once everyone's selected what they want to do, then we will open it up for people to select a second (or third) piece
2) No duplicate entries are allowed
3) Submissions can be in audio or video format
4) It's not possible to do all of Schumann's music, but I would like to get all of Op 68 completed

To sign up, post in this thread which piece you want that hasn't already been claimed, and I will add you. This will hopefully make this thread a bit easier to navigate..

Note: I have tried to separate out multi-movement works where possible, so you could sign up for just one movement in a sonata. However, due to the large volume of music we have, if you wish to sign up for an entire Opus you may, as long as another person doesn't want to do a movement from that Opus.

Op. 1, Variations on the name "Abegg"
Op. 2, Papillons
Op. 3, Etudes After Paganini Caprices
Op. 4, Intermezzi
Op. 5, Impromptus [on a Theme by Clara Wieck]
Op. 6, Davidsbündlertänze
- 1. Lebhaft (Vivace), G major, Florestan and Eusebius;
- 2. Innig (Con intimo sentimento), B minor, Eusebius;
- 3. Etwas hahnbüchen (Un poco impetuoso)
- 4. Ungeduldig (Con impazienza), B minor, Florestan;
- 5. Einfach (Semplice), D major, Eusebius;
- 6. Sehr rasch und in sich hinein (Molto vivo, con intimo fervore)
- 7. Nicht schnell mit äußerst starker Empfindung
- 8. Frisch (Con freschezza), C minor, Florestan;
- 9. Lebhaft (Vivace) (2nd edition), C major, Florestan;
- 10. Balladenmäßig sehr rasch (Alla ballata molto vivo)
- 11. Einfach (Semplice), B minor-D major, Eusebius;
- 12. Mit Humor (Con umore), B minor-E minor and major, Florestan;
- 13. Wild und lustig (Selvaggio e gaio), B minor and major
- 14. Zart und singend (Dolce e cantando), E-flat major, Eusebius;
- 15. Frisch (Con freschezza), B-flat major - Etwas bewegter (poco piu mosso),
- 16. Mit gutem Humor (Con buon umore) G major
- 17. Wie aus der Ferne (Come da lontano), B major and minor
- 18. Nicht schnell (Non presto), C major, Eusebius.

Op. 7, Toccata in C major
Op. 8, Allegro in B minor
Op. 9, Carnaval
-1. Préambule (A-flat; Quasi maestoso)
-2. Pierrot (E-flat; Moderato)
-3. Arlequin (B-flat; Vivo)
-4. Valse noble (B-flat; Un poco maestoso) - timmyab
-5. Eusebius (E-flat; Adagio)
-6. Florestan (G minor; Passionato)
-7. Coquette (B-flat; Vivo)
-8. Réplique (B-flat-G minor; L'istesso tempo)
--. Sphinxes
-9. Papillons (B-flat: Prestissimo)
-10. A.S.C.H. – S.C.H.A: Lettres Dansantes (E-flat; Presto)
-11. Chiarina (C minor; Passionato)
-12. Chopin (A-flat; Agitato)
-13. Estrella (F minor; Con affetto)
-14. Reconnaissance (A-flat; Animato)
-15. Pantalon et Colombine (F minor; Presto)
-16. Valse allemande (A-flat; Molto vivace)
--. Intermezzo: Paganini (F minor; Presto)
-17. Aveu (F minor-A flat; Passionato)
-18. Promenade (D-flat; Con moto)
-19. Pause (A-flat; Vivo)
-20. Marche des "Davidsbündler" contre les Philistins

Op. 10, 6 Concert Studies on Caprices by Paganini
Op. 11, Grand Sonata No. 1 in F-sharp minor
Op. 12, Fantasiestücke (Fantasy Pieces)
- 1. Des Abends (D-flat major) - zrtf90
- 2. Aufschwung (F minor) - CAREY

- 3. Warum? (D-flat major)
- 4. Grillen (D-flat major)
- 5. In der Nacht (F minor) - hreichgott
- 6. Fabel (C major)
- 7. Traumes Wirren (F major)
- 8. Ende vom Lied (F major)

Op. 13, Symphonic Studies (Études symphoniques)
Op. 14, Grand Sonata No. 3 in F minor, Concerto Without Orchestra
Op. 15, Kinderszenen (Scenes From Childhood)
- 1. Von Fremden Ländern Und Menschen - sinophilia
-7 Traumerei (Dreaming) -dynamobt
-13 Der Dichter Spricht (The Poet Speaks) casinitaly

Op. 16, Kreisleriana
Op. 17, Fantasie in C
Op. 18, Arabeske in C - Pover
Op. 19, Blumenstück (Flower Piece) in D-flat
Op. 20, Humoreske in B-flat
Op. 21, Novelletten (Novelettes)
-No. 1 in F major - peterws
-No. 2 in D major
-No. 3 in D major
-No. 4 in D major
-No. 5 in D major
-No. 6 in A major
-No. 7 in E major
-No. 8 in F sharp minor

Op. 22, Piano Sonata No. 2 in G minor
Op. 23, Nachtstücke (Night Pieces)
- 1. Trauerzug (Funeral Procession)
- 2. Kuriose Gesellschaft (Queer Assembly)
- 3. Nächtliches Gelage (Nocturnal Revel) - Morodiene
- 4. Rundgesang mit Solostimmen (Roundelay with Solo Voices)

Op. 26, Faschingsschwank aus Wien (Carnival Jest from Vienna)
-I. Allegro - hotcat
-II. Romanze
-III. Scherzino
-IV. Intermezzo
-V. Finale

Op. 28, Three Romances
Op. 32, 4 Klavierstücke (Scherzo, Gigue, Romance and Fughette)
Op. 68, Album for the Young (Album für die Jugend)
- 1. Melodie (Melody), C major - TX-Bluebonnet
- 2. Soldatenmarsch (Soldiers' march), G major
- 3. Trällerliedchen (Humming song), C major - Tom Christian
- 4. Ein Choral (Chorale), G major - PikaPianist
- 5. Stückchen (A little piece), C major - MandyD
- 6. Armes Waisenkind (The poor orphan), A minor - scorpio
- 7. Jägerliedchen (Hunting song), F major
- 8. Wilder Reiter (The wild rider), A minor
- 9. Volksliedchen (Folk song), D minor
- 10. Fröhlicher Landmann, von der Arbeit zurückkehrend
- 11. Sizilianisch (Sicilienne), A minor
- 12. Knecht Ruprecht, A minor - SwissMS
- 13. Mai, lieber Mai (May, sweet May), E major
- 14. Kleine Studie (Little etude), G major - wimpiano
- 15. Frühlingsgesang (Spring song), E major
- 16. Erster Verlust (First loss), E minor - 8 Octaves
- 17. Kleiner Morgenwanderer (Little morning wanderer), A major
- 18. Schnitterliedchen (The reaper's song), C major -- ClsscLib
- 19. Kleine Romanze (Little romance), A minor - earlofmar
- 20. Ländliches Lied (Rustic song), A major
- 21. (untitled), C major
- 22. Rundgesang (Roundelay), A major
- 23. Reiterstück (The horseman), D minor malkin
- 24. Ernteliedchen (Harvest song), A major
- 25. Nachklänge aus dem Theater (Echoes from the theatre), A minor
- 26. * * * (untitled), F major
- 27. Kanonisches Liedchen (A little canon), A minor
- 28. Erinnerung (4 November 1847) (Remembrance), A major
- 29. Fremder Mann (The stranger), D minor
- 30. * * * (untitled), F major
- 31. Kriegslied (Song of war), D major
- 32. Sheherazade, A minor
- 33. Weinlesezeit – fröhliche Zeit! (Gathering of the grapes), E major
- 34. Thema (Theme), C major
- 35. Mignon, E-flat major- JimF
- 36. Lied italienischer Marinari (Italian mariners' song), G minor
- 37. Matrosenlied (Sailors' Song), G minor - Recaredo
- 38. Winterzeit I (Wintertime I), C minor
- 39. Winterzeit II (Wintertime II), C minor/C major
- 40. Kleine Fuge (Little fugue), A major
- 41. Nordisches Lied (Northern Song – Salute to G.), F major
- 42. Figurierter Choral (Figured chorale), F major
- 43. Sylvesterlied (New Year's Eve), A major

Op. 72, Four Fugues (Vier Fugen)
Op. 76, Four Marches (Vier Märsche)
Op. 82, Waldszenen (Forest Scenes)
- No. 1 Eintritt Ataru074
- No. 7 Vogel als Prophet - noobpianist90

Op. 99, Bunte Blätter
- No. 1 Peyton
- No. 9(?) Novellete - Pathbreaker
Op. 111, Three Fantasiestücke
Op. 118, Drei Sonaten für die Jugend (Three Piano Sonatas for the Young)
Op. 124, Album Leaves (Albumblätter)
Op. 126, Seven Piano Pieces in Fughetta Form
Op. 133, Songs of Dawn (Gesänge der Frühe)
- 1: Im ruhigen Tempo - Outo
WoO 24, Variations in E-flat on an Original Theme (Geistervariationen)
WoO 31, Studies in the Form of Free Variations on a Theme by Beethoven [/quote]
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#2311991 - 08/06/14 03:57 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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I would like to sign up for:

Opus 68:
- 9. Volksliedchen (Folk song), D minor

Thanks.

AZ_Astro
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#2312005 - 08/06/14 04:20 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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OMG! This is going quick.

I still need to figure out what I will and can play. I hope there's something left when I'm done, 'cause this is gonna take time. frown

Nice work Morodiene!
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#2312026 - 08/06/14 05:21 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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Please put me down for Nachtstucke Op 23 no 4.
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