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#440983 - 09/24/05 02:25 PM What is your current repertoire?
ecm Offline
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I know there are lot of great pianists around here, so


What's your repertoire, people?

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#440984 - 09/24/05 04:53 PM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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Repertoire means the music that I could play now?

It's not all perfect, but here's what I can play:


1. Agay: Dance Scherzo

2. Bach: 2-Part Invention No. 1 in C Major
3. Bach: 2-Part Invention No. 2 in C Minor
4. Bach: 2-Part Invention No. 3 in D Major
5. Bach: 2-Part Invention No. 4 in D Minor
6. Bach: 2-Part Invention No. 5 in E-Flat Major
7. Bach: 2-Part Invention No. 7 in E Minor
8. Bach: 2-Part Invention No. 8 in F Major
9. Bach: 2-Part Invention No. 10 in G Major
10. Bach: Prelude in C Major, WTC I
11. Bach: Prelude and Fugue in C Minor, WTC I
12. Bach: Prelude in E-Flat Minor, WTC I
13. Bach: Fugue in E Minor, WTC I

14. Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 6 in F Major, Op. 10 No. 2

15. Burgess: Tapestry (solo for the left hand only)

16. Chopin: Etude in C Minor, Op. 10 No. 12
17. Chopin: Prelude in E Minor, Op. 28 No. 4
18. Chopin: Prelude in B Minor, Op. 28 No. 6
19. Chopin: Prelude in D-Flat Major, Op. 28 No. 15

20. Grieg: Nocturne, Op. 54 No. 4

21. MacDowell: To A Wild Rose, Op. 51 No. 1

22. Massenet: Elegy, Op. 10

23. Rachmaninov: Star-Spangled Banner (transcription)

24. Shostakovich: Prelude in E-Flat Minor, Op. 34 No. 14
25. Shostakovich: Prelude in G Minor, Op. 34 No. 22

26. Tchaikovsky: October (from the Seasons, Op. 37)

Scarlatti Sonata K54 and Liszt Consolation No. 3 are almost ready to go on my rep list.
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#440985 - 09/24/05 05:13 PM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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Not all of it's performance ready, but I could whip these into shape reasonably quickly.

Bach
- WTC book 1 preludes/fugues in C, cm, C#, D, ebm, F#, Bb, B.
- 2 part Inventions No. 1, 4, 8, 13
- Italian Concerto
- French Suite No. 5
- Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring

Bartok
- Mikrokosmos books 1-4
- Suite Op. 14 (first two movements)

Beethoven
- Bagatelles Op. 33
- Sonatas Op 2/1, Op. 13, Op. 14/2, Op. 27/2, Op. 31/2 (first two mvts), Op. 49/1-2, Op. 57 (first two movements), Op. 79, Op. 90, Op. 109 (first two movements)
- Rondos in C and G
- Concertos 1 and 3

Brahms
- Rhapsodies Op 79
- Scherzo in ebm

Chopin
- Waltzes Op. 34/2-3, Op 64/1-2, in Ab and bm (forget Op#s)
- 5 or 6 Nocturnes, forget the Opus numbers
- Military Polonaise
- Revolutionary Etude
- Preludes Op. 28 in C, am, G, em, bm, A, E, c#m, F#, ebm, Db, Ab, cm, Bb, gm.
- Impromptus #1, #4

Debussy
- Le fille aux chevaux de lin
- Le petit negre
- Arabesques 1/2
- Suite Bergamasque

Haydn
- Concerto in D

Gershwin
- 3 Preludes

Grieg
- Wedding Day at Troldhaugen
- Papillon
- Notturno

Liszt
- Consolations
- Un Sospiro
- Liebestraume
- Hungarian Rhapsody No. 13 (I think, always forget the number)

MacDowell
- Woodland Sketches

Mendelssohn
- Rondo Capriccioso
- A few songs w/out words

Mozart
- Sonatas in G and C
- Rondo in D

Paradies
- Toccata

Prokofiev
- Sarcasms

Rachmaninoff
- Prelude in c#m

Schubert
- Impromptus Op. 90

Schumann
- Scenes from Childhood

Sibelius
- Romanze

Tchaikovsky
- June Barcarolle

Plus a nice sampling of my own compositions.
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#440986 - 09/24/05 05:39 PM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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Right now at this precise moment in time? Not a lot.

Bach WTC Book 1 #5 and #17

Beethoven op.28 Sonata, and op.14 #1

Grieg Sonata

Liszt 3rd & 5th Paganini Etudes

Chopin Etudes 10/1, 5 & 9, 2nd Ballade

Rachmaninoff Preludes op.32 #1 and #2, and the 1st & 3rd movements of the C minor concerto

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#440987 - 09/24/05 08:04 PM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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Bach-
partita no.1,2,4
english suite no.2 (prelude to no.5)
french suite no. 1,2,3,5
well tempered clavier
p&f #'s bkI- 1,2,3,5,6,8,10,13,22
bkII- 1
little preludes(all of em)
GB var. 2,21
Inventions, 1,2,3(so far. working on em right now)

Beethoven-
op.14no.1
op.14no.2
op.90(took FOREVER)

Mozart. K282, K545

Chopin- prludes, 1,4,6,
nocturnes Op. 9/2, 37/2-my favorite nocturne-I'm gonna do more of these(2 I've got my eye on). probably in secret from my teacher for right now though

Liszt. Consolation no. 2

Thats the stuff I know like the back of my hand and can play well.
-Edit- how could I forget.
Tchaikovsky, barcarolle g-min
I'm religious about keeping my rep. up. I divide it up up in to three sections and practice a section a day.

woops, forget solfeggietto. can play that well too.

I'll also be comfortable enough with the cycle of beethovens op.119 bagatelles to add to the list in a couple weeks.
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#440988 - 09/24/05 10:14 PM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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To be considered "repertoire", does it have to be memorized? If so, I only have one piece... \:\( Chopin's revolutionary etude.
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#440989 - 09/24/05 10:16 PM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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I see "repertoire" as anything you could play now, or with little preparation - doesn't have to be from memory.
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#440990 - 09/24/05 11:33 PM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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Right now I can play, or better be able to play by my recital in a few months:

Beethoven: op. 31 no. 2
Brahms: op. 117
Chopin: 3rd Ballade
Copland: Passacaliga

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#440991 - 09/25/05 12:04 AM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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for auditions in a few months:

bach p&f DM WTCI
beethoven op. 90
brahms paganini variations vol. I
ligeti musica ricercata
liszt wilde jagd

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#440992 - 09/25/05 11:08 AM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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I'll start from the order I learned them

Rachmaninoff - Prelude in C sharp minor Op. 3 No. 2
Rachmaninoff - Prelude in G sharp minor Op. 32 No.12
Chopin - Nocturne in E minor Op. 72 No. 1
Chopin - Raindrops Prelude
Scriabin - Prelude in B minor Op. 11 No. 6
Lecuona - Malaguena
Chopin - Nocturne in C sharp minor Op. posth

and now working on Kindersenzen and Pathetique

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#440993 - 09/25/05 11:57 AM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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 Quote:
Originally posted by bach enthusiast:
I'm religious about keeping my rep. up. I divide it up up in to three sections and practice a section a day.[/b]
Whew, I just played through my whole rep (except for the 2 Shostakovich preludes, because I forgot to bring the book with me). Took me an hour and a quarter!
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#440994 - 09/25/05 12:16 PM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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 Quote:
Originally posted by pianojerome:
 Quote:
Originally posted by bach enthusiast:
I'm religious about keeping my rep. up. I divide it up up in to three sections and practice a section a day.[/b]
Whew, I just played through my whole rep (except for the 2 Shostakovich preludes, because I forgot to bring the book with me). Took me an hour and a quarter! [/b]
Mmm, I don't really have the time to keep up long lists of repetoire - but for me what I have learned at the moment is adaquate.

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#440995 - 09/25/05 01:33 PM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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off the top of my head:

Bach:

All 2-part inventions
Only toccata fugue in D

Beethoven:

All mvts:
Moonlight
Pathetique
Appassionata
Cant remember the other one

Chopin:
4 or 5 Nocturnes
Ballade 1 and 4
Only 4 etudes
5 waltzs
Piano sonata No. 3

Liszt:
Hungarian rhapsodies 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 12
Paganinni Etudes 1, 3, 6
2 transcendental etudes
William tell transcription
Don juan(only half because i got annoying and gave up)
2 liebenstrums(sp)

Rachmaninoff:

2 preludes
1 etude tablueu
piano concerto No. 3(havent done with orchestra yet)

There were other composers like debussy, saens, and stochovich(sp) among a few more but that's a rough sketch.

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#440996 - 09/25/05 02:54 PM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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Current repertoire for auditions(there is more but i decided to focus only on these peices for college this year)
Bach-
Prelude and fugue no. 2 WTC1
Beehtoven-
Sonata Op. 110 no. 31
Chopin-
Ballade No. 1
Etude op. 10 no. 1
Prokofiev-
Suggestion diabolique op. 4 no. 4
Schumann-
Papillons op. 2(not quite finished yet)

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#440997 - 09/25/05 03:48 PM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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Wow guys, my rep donsn't even come close...
Current repertoire that I could play RIGHT NOW:

Bach:
2 Part Invention 1

Beethoven:
27/2/1

Chopin:
Military Polonaise
Waltz Op 64/1
Waltz Op 64/2
Prelude 4, 6, and 7

(Erroll Garner:
Misty)

(Joplin:
Maple Leaf Rag
The Entertainer)

Rachmaninoff: Op 3/2

I'll have Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata 3rd movement soon:-)
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#440998 - 09/25/05 04:23 PM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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http://www.dinoimeri.cjb.net/repertoire.htm

(I'm too lazy to write even these words at the moment) \:D

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#440999 - 09/25/05 04:28 PM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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 Quote:
Originally posted by ignorant kid:
Wow guys, my rep donsn't even come close...
Current repertoire that I could play RIGHT NOW:
(Erroll Garner:
Misty)

[/b]
Cool, ever heard the way he does memories of you.
what a genius. Erroll Couldn't even read a note of music either. My favorite jazz pianist.
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#441000 - 09/25/05 05:50 PM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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 Quote:
Beethoven:
All mvts:
Moonlight
Pathetique
Appassionata
Cant remember the other one
Waldstein, perhaps? (Op 53) Or one of the 14s?
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#441001 - 09/26/05 01:20 AM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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 Quote:
Originally posted by Derulux:
 Quote:
Beethoven:
All mvts:
Moonlight
Pathetique
Appassionata
Cant remember the other one
Waldstein, perhaps? (Op 53) Or one of the 14s? [/b]
Nah i looked back, it was tempest. The name slipped by mind. I get all the Op. # confused often with beethoven sonatas.

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#441002 - 09/26/05 03:57 AM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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 Quote:
Nah i looked back, it was tempest. The name slipped by mind. I get all the Op. # confused often with beethoven sonatas.
Ah! Tempest. Yeah, I have the same trouble when people start spouting, "It was the 24th sonata!" Then I confuse "Sonata number" with "Opus number" and wonder why anyone would bother numbering them by two different methods. :p ;\)
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#441003 - 09/26/05 12:38 PM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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 Quote:
Originally posted by 8ude:
Grieg
- Wedding Day at Troldhaugen
[/b]
Really?? I played it just a 2-3 months ago. Nice, a?

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#441004 - 09/26/05 12:40 PM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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Hochzeit Auf Troldhaugen \:D \:D \:D

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#441005 - 09/26/05 12:45 PM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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Yeah, great piece. I haven't played it in quite a while, but I enjoyed this one.
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#441006 - 09/26/05 02:52 PM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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Bach - 2part invention no.15
Bach - Prelude & Fugue No.2 WTC1
Bach - Goldberg Variations: Aria

Beethoven - moonlight mov.1
Beethoven - pathetique mov.3 (very soon \:\) )

Chopin - Nocturnes nos. 19,20,21 posth.
Chopin - Waltz Op.69 no.2

Joplin - maple leaf rag

Rachmaninoff - Prelude op.3 no.2

Schubert - impromptu op.90 no.4

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#441007 - 09/26/05 06:25 PM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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Well, lets see if i can remember everything i know. Of course there are a number of pieces that are 90% complete, but i won't post those on the list.

Bach:
-Inventions No.1,4,8
-English Suite No.2 (Prelude)
-Little Fuge in G-minor
-Toccata and Fuge in D-minor BWV.565
-Prelude No.1 WTC

C.P.E. Bach:
-Solfeggieto

Beethoven:
-Moonlight Sonata (1st mov.)
-Pathetique Sonata (1st,2nd mov.)
-Pastorale Sonata (1st mov.)
-Fur Elise

Chopin:
-Prelude No.4
-Prelude No.7
-Prelude No.15
-Prelude No.20
-Nocturne Op.9 No.1
-Nocturne Op.9 No.2
-Nocturne Op.37 no.1
-Mazurka no.6 and 18 i believe
-Military Polonaise
-Heroic Polonaise
-Polonaise Op.71 No.2
-Polonaise Op.71 No.3
-Etude Op.10 No.3
-Etude Op.10 no.12
-Waltz Op.64 No.1
-Waltz Op.64 No.2
-Waltz Op.18
-Waltz in A minor (posth.)
-Impromptu Op.66 (Fantaisie)

Liszt:
Poloansie In E major

*Also some of my own compositions and transcriptions
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#441008 - 09/27/05 03:38 AM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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Mine's really not impressive, and a lot of unknown stuff - don't even know why I'm posting this!

Gershwin:
I Got Rhythm in Db
Prélude nr. 1

Bach:
Gigue in D

Chopin:
2 Walzes (in A minor and F minor)
2 Mazurkas

Haydn
Sonata in D

Debussy
Little Negro
Golliwogg's Cake-walk
Little Shepherd
Ręverie

Heller
Tarantella

Beethoven
9 Variations

Tchaikovsky
Romance in F minor

Hindemith
Foxtrot

I think that's all for now. I can play a lot of cocktail jazz stuff, that I'm not listing. Like Have I told you Lately, Unforgettable, Ain't she Sweet etc...

Please don't laugh at my repertoire!

Hi from South Africa
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#441009 - 09/27/05 03:43 AM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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double post
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#441010 - 09/27/05 09:16 AM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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Bach
-Prelude and Fugue in Bm No.24 WTC Book II
-Prelude and Fugue in Em No.10 WTC Book I
-Italian Concerto

Beethoven
-Sonata Op.27 no.2
-Sonata Op.31 no.3
-Concerto No.3

Chopin
-Nocturne Op.27 no.2
-Etudes Op.10 No. 2,4,5
-Scherzo No.3

Rachmaninoff
-Moment Musical Op.16 No.4

Bartok
-Allegro Barbaro

Shostakovich
-Concerto No.2

Prokofiev
-Toccata Op.11

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#441011 - 09/27/05 05:23 PM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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Now a lot of this music is being refreshed now since I'm trying to make up for lost progress and I'm trying to recoupe my technique:

-- Jan Peetersoon Sweelink
- Preludium-Tocatta in A minor

-- William Byrd
- Carman's Whistle
- La Volta
- Callino Casturame
- Woolsey's Wilde

-- William Croft
- Suite in B-flat
- Suite in D-minor

-- Bach
- Prelude and Fuge No. 2 in Cm from WTC Bk 1
- Invention No. 1
- Invention No. 13
- Invention No. 14
- Solo Keyboard Concertos after Baroque Composers:
---- No. 1 in D, major
---- No. 3 in D. minor

-- Scarlatti
Various Sonatas, can't remember the Kirkpatrick or Longo numbers off hand.

- 2 Sonatas in D minor
- 1 Sonata in C major
- 2 Sonatas in E major
- 1 Sonata in E minor
- 1 Sonata in F major
- 1 Sonata in F minor
- 1 Sonata in A minor
- 1 Sonata in A major

-- Haydn
- Sonata No. 51 in E-flat Major
- Sonata No. ? in D major

-- Mozart
- Sonata No. 7 in C major K. 309
- Sonata No. 9 in D major K. 311
- Sonata No. 10 in C major K. 330
- Sonata No. 11 in A major K. 331
- Sonata No. 12 in F major (finishing up last mov't) K. 332
- Sonata No. 13 in B-flat K. 333
- Sonata No. 15 in F major K. ?
- Sonata No. 16 in C major K 545
- Sonata No. 17 in F major ?
- Sonata No. 18 in B-flat major K. 570

Concerto for 3 Pianos No. 7 in F major, K.242 (Lodron)
- Piano Concerto No. 12 in A major, K. 414/385p


-- Beethoven
- Sonata No. 2 in A major Op. 2 No. 1
- Sonata No. 4 in E-flat major Op. 7
- Sonata No. 5 in C-minor (new work. 1st mov't only). Op. 10 No. 1
- Sonata No. 6 in F major Op. 10 No. 2
- Sonata No. 7 in D major Op. 10 No. 3
- Sonata No. 8 in C-minor (Pathetique) Op. 13
- Sonata No. 9 in E major Op. 14 No. 1
- Sonata No. 11 in B-flat major Op. 22
- Sonata No. 13 in E-flat Op. 27 No. 1
- Sonata No. 14 in C-sharp minor (Moonlight) Op. 27 No. 2
- Sonata No. 16 in G major Op. 31 No. 1
- Sonata No. 19 in D minor Op. 49 No. 1
- Sonata No. 20 in G major Op. 49 No. 2
- Sonata No. 23 in F minor Op. 57 (Apassionata)
- Sonata No. 24 in F-sharp major Op. 78
- Sonata No. 25 in G major Op. 79
- Bagatelles Op. 33

-- Schubert
- Impromptus Op. 90 No.'s 2, 3, & 4
- Impromptus Op. 146 No.'s 2 & 3
- Klavierstüke No. 1 & 2

-- Chopin
- Nocturne No. 1 in B-flat minor
- Nocturne No. 2 in B-flat major
- Nocturne No. 5 in F-sharp major
- Nocturne No. 7 in C-sharp major
- Nocturne No. 9 in B major
- Nocturne No. 10 in A-flat major
- Nocturne No. 14 in F-sharp minor
- Nocturne No. 15 in F major
- Nocturne No. 17 in B major (finishing up)
- Nocturne No. 19 in E minor
- Nocturne No. 20 in C-sharp minor
- Scherzo No. 2 in B-flat minor
- Ballade No. 3 in A-flat major
- Polonaise No. 1 in C-sharp major

-- Debussy
- Arabesque No. 1
- Danse
- Reverie
- Ballade - in progress
- "Gardens in the Rain" - in progress
- Nocturne in progress
- Children's Corner Suite complete
- Prelude - "Footsteps in The Snow"
- Prelude - "Perfume in the Evening Air"
- Prelude - "Minstrels"

-- Schumann
- Carnival
- Waldscenen

-- Bartok
Books 1-5 from Microkosmos


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#441012 - 09/27/05 05:33 PM Re: What is your current repertoire?
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Registered: 11/16/04
Posts: 147
Loc: Houston, TX
How intimidating. How long does it take you guys to finish a piece up completely, because I see people with almost 50 something pieces in their repertoire. I have 6, and have been playing for a year.

I'm not going to list them, I feel bad...
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