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#603779 - 07/14/02 11:16 AM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
ryan Offline
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Registered: 06/04/01
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Netizen,

Thanks for following up. That was exactly what I was trying to convey, only much better said.

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#603780 - 07/14/02 11:48 AM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
Brendan Offline



Registered: 05/26/01
Posts: 5283
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Purposely spelling my name wrong only goes to show who registered "Der Spion" but what a deep thinker you are. Thanks for littering the forum with some good, old-fashioned idiocy. That's the last I have to say about that.

Aura,

How did your recording session go? I was looking on the ABC website for the past week for anything about it (when it would be broadcasted, your bio, etc.). Anyway, congrats.

The Brahms fits easier under the hand than #1, which has so many bare, heavy octaves. The biggest technical issue in #2 is going from one extreme of the register to another in a very short amount of time. There's also the famous scales in thirds in the middle of the fourth movement, but most people have to fake that. Myself included. \:D

I'm going to try the Wideman competition in Shreveport, LA, some competitions in Ohio and Indiana, the Corpus Christi, and the Kingsville. The level of playing always very high at any competition it seems, so it's a good experience to hear your peers and superiors regardless of whether you win anything or not.
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#603781 - 07/14/02 03:28 PM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
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#603782 - 07/14/02 03:38 PM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
Der Spion Offline
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 Quote:
Originally posted by Brendan:
Purposely spelling my name wrong only goes to show who registered "Der Spion" but what a deep thinker you are. Thanks for littering the forum with some good, old-fashioned idiocy. That's the last I have to say about that.
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Well I was origionally going to stop checking this board, as 1) I dont really have anything usefull to share with you people, 2) I dont play the piano, and 3) it's fairly dull since I dont have much common ground.

Brendon, I assure you that I am not Jeffylube, and while I can see the clever point you were trying to make I dont care to continue this any longer. I dont know you, but I'm sure you're a smart guy. Having read your thoughts on this board though, you come off to me as being somewhat narrow and arrogant, while simultainiously acting too mechanical for me to enjoy debating with. Anyway, the only reason I posted this last time was to take full credit for my being an ass. If I knew Jeffylube, I wouldnt need his help there.

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#603783 - 07/14/02 05:29 PM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
PianoMuse Offline
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Loc: Philly, PA
Wow. this is getting out of hand.
First of all, Brendan, I am sorry, i really didn't mean to make it sound like that you spent time "tinkering around" with a majorly difficult piece. in fact, my post was not meant to offend at all. I was just suprised at your saying if anyone believes In quality instead of quantity. My point was made only to say that some pianists are different, and some are able to spread their work over quite a few pieces, while some really like to focus in on a few pieces, like you. I did not mean to make a judgment on your playing at all! I think this all basically boils down to that all pianists are different, and what Brendan had to say was misinterpreted, and some people need to calm down.
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#603784 - 07/14/02 08:15 PM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
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Bygones, Amy. That's the trouble with Internet forums...meanings can be misinterpreted easily and become convoluted.

Are you doing a junior recital soon?
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#603785 - 07/14/02 09:19 PM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
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I do have a junior recital coming up!
I didn't ever think i could get so crazy over a stupid recital!
The problem is, i am not even really sure what I am playing for it!
I think that i may put together a whole "Rachmaninoff" program together, as that is going to be a major point of my study in my second semester junior year.
it's difficult, though, because my two piano professors are driving me nuts. The one that is my teacher is very protective of me, and the other that's not my teacher wants me as his student, and will do nothing short of insulting my teacher to his face to "win me over".
Sometimes musicians drive me crazy. You can probably agree! ( we need not to look far beyond this forum to see that......)
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#603786 - 07/15/02 03:16 AM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
Moki Offline
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Registered: 05/20/02
Posts: 8
Loc: Washington State
I only get a few minutes (literally!!) a day right now, but I've been "working" on Beethoven's "Pathetique" Sonata.

I also work on music we do in church, on an as-needed basis. My favorites are anything written by our music pastor (gospel/jazz/funk/hip-hop/classical/you-name-it-he-writes-it) -- often just a chord chart, but that provides a lot of opportunity for growth for me.

I'd like to work on something Chopin (prelude or etude), but I can't find my book (buried somewhere in my room).

Hopefully, if I can get the kids back on a daily routine (we start homeschooling again next month), I'll "schedule" in a regular practice time. \:D
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#603787 - 07/15/02 05:51 AM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
yok Offline
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Registered: 06/06/01
Posts: 463
Loc: New Zealand
Working on:
Bach French Suite No.4 in E flat
Beethoven Sonata in F, Op. 54
Liszt La Chapelle de Guillaume Tell from his Swiss Year (I must have one of those some time!)
Rachmaninov G sharp minor Prelude, Op.32/12

Brahms Andante from Piano Trio in C, Op 87 and Allegro non troppo from Cello Sonata in E minor, Op 38.

Various Schubert lieder.

Sitting in the Inbox:
Schubert B major sonata
Handel D minor suite

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#603788 - 07/15/02 11:40 AM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
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Loc: central oregon
What am I working on???? Theory, theory and theory. And sight reading. For the syllabus level 7 exam this fall. Who knows what possessed me to do this. :rolleyes: A need for some structure in my life? The desire for some (hopefully) attainable musical goals? Pure lunacy? Since I never played a scale until a year ago and still can't keep my key signatures straight, this is going to be a stretch, to say the least. To make things worse, 3 of the 4 pieces I play have to be memorized. That shouldn't be difficult except that I blank out when nervous

My teacher must be concerned about me making it thru the exam,too, because at my last lesson she changed a couple of my pieces, scaling back to pieces that are short and already finished. Yeah, good idea.

Here they are: Bach preludium 21 in Bb (I think), or prelude no.11 in gminor; Beethoven Sonata op 28 3rd movement (ha,just a little over 1 page, thanks, Beethoven), Brahms intermezzo 117 no. 1; Scriabin op11 no 10.

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#603789 - 07/15/02 06:38 PM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
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I didn't think Brendan said anything negative and I dont understand why some people were arguing with him!!!! Well since that discussion is over with I will move on...

I only get a few minutes (literally!!) a day right now, but I've been "working" on Beethoven's "Pathetique" Sonata.[/b]

Hey what page are you on?!?!?!? I have almost finished the second

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#603790 - 07/15/02 08:29 PM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
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I'm not one to get involved in flame wars without a thick layer of asbestos but ... I honestly did not see anything that warranted the reactions Brendan received to his initial post.

Now with that out of the way ... of late, I've been focusing more on the vocal pursuits than on the piano pursuits, but I do manage to make some time to work on what I've been working on for a while now: Bach's Prelude and Fugue in C minor from WTC II.

Unfortunately, I have things like writing grant proposals in the way but once that's submitted, then I'm hoping to take up organ lessons, so that'll give me a whole new set of music to work on. I can't wait! \:\)

Lyn F.
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#603791 - 07/15/02 09:46 PM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
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Posts: 325
Loc: St. Louis, Missouri
I am working on Chopin's Berceus, Opus 57. I have it to the point where I can play it quite well, except that my hand size (small) is such that I have to do some gyrations to play the RH fast broken chords (about 2/3 of the way through) smoothly. Now I'm fooling with the rubato to see what sounds the best.

Oh, for the days when I was a piano major and could practice 8 hours a day... now that I have a real job (well, I'm an attorney, so I suppose that's arguable, but...) I'm lucky if I get one hour a day.
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#603792 - 07/15/02 10:01 PM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
Bernard Offline
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I'm working on Chopin's Nocturne Op. 9, No. 1 and only select phrases from Nocturne Op. 27, No. 2 (one of my favorites) so that when I finish Op9No1, I can go to Op27No2 and already have a jump start on the trickier passages. I am going to start this week on Ravel's Sonatine starting with the 2nd movement first.

I'm also working on my technique with various Chopin etudes.
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#603793 - 07/15/02 10:19 PM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
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I agree with Chemical Girl; I fail to see how things became bitter with Brendan's simple statement. I think sometimes without facial expression and body-language to go along with the post, mere words can be taken completely out of context...
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#603794 - 07/15/02 10:22 PM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
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MikeC65 says:
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now that I have a real job (well, I'm an attorney, so I suppose that's arguable, but...)
I am one of the apparently few people who actually admire lawyers. I had a friend who went to law school while working full time (lobster shift) at the company where I work in the 1980's (may she rest in peace; she died of cancer 4 or 5 years ago). She didn't work full-time the whole time she was studying but she was some worker that's for sure.

And what's more, we're a nation of laws; what, I ask, could be a more appropriate profession?

Kudos to you.
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#603795 - 07/15/02 11:09 PM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
vivi Offline
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Registered: 06/26/02
Posts: 13
Loc: Sydney
I agree with Mike, it's good to have long practice hours, the luxury that I haven't encountered since I graduated from music school...trying to get back to it now, picking up old pieces, currently working on Chopin Etudes, Beethoven Appassionata, Poulenc Toccata, and Rachmaninov Prelude in G minor. My wish is to work on the Liszt Rhapsody no. 2 one day \:\)

Don't think I'll be able to prioritise practise at the moment though, gotta work and study for CPA. But it's good to be able to share \:o

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#603796 - 07/16/02 10:13 AM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
okat47 Offline
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Registered: 10/13/01
Posts: 193
Loc: Canada
Hi. It so interesting to hear what other's are working on. Right now I'm working on mostly Bach, because it's my favourite.
-Goldberg Variations
-Art of the Fugue
-Italian Concerto
I'm hoping to use one of these for my school repertoire in the fall... though my prof may have other ideas :rolleyes: . I'm also doing some composing -I have a piano piece and a trombone quartet underway. Is anyone else doing any composition?

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#603797 - 07/16/02 12:53 PM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
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Loc: Vancouver, B.C.
All flames aside this thread has made me think about what I've been doing. I have been "working" on a lot of pieces, but its really been reading through pieces. I know for myself that I will not "perfect" anything by playing a whole bunch of pieces at the same time. I'm going to try to concentrate on the Brahms "Handel Variations" and see how far I can get with that.

Cheers Brendan for making me think about what I'm doing!
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#603798 - 07/16/02 09:15 PM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
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Loc: Boston
Glad to see others trying to maintain Chopin's Berceuse. I think I know the part you are talking about, Mike. The RH took me two weeks to get all those voicings to tempo. Maintaining evenness in the latter passages and not taking the LH for granted are what I generally start to have difficulty with.

I'm at a crossroads, where to learn anything else I think I'll have to let go of other stuff. I do memorize and feel I'm only half way to doing justice to any given piece when that is done. Afterward, I start focusing on continuity. My whole repertoire. Are you ready?

Chopin C mn prelude
Chopin Berceuse
Rach C# mn prelude
Gershwin's Silent Night prelude
Bach's organ prelude (Nun Kom der Heiden Highland?), Busoni

My music is in boxes from our move, so checking spelling isn't possible. Appologies, especially for the German.

I am glad I picked up the Bach piece. It's reopened my ears to his genius. After I polish it up another ton, I'd like to reach for some Scarlatti and then back to Chopin.

Chris W
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#603799 - 09/18/02 04:44 PM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
yok Offline
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Registered: 06/06/01
Posts: 463
Loc: New Zealand
Time for an update

Schubert B major sonata, D.575, 1st movt
Handel Suite in D minor
Liszt Aux Cypresses de la Villa d'Este I
Brahms Piano Quartet in C minor, Op.60, 1st movt
Various songs by Schubert, Brahms, Tchaikovsky

P.S. Let's not have that quality/quantity argument again.

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#603800 - 09/18/02 08:43 PM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
StanSteel Offline
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Registered: 04/17/02
Posts: 646
Loc: Los Angeles
Update:

Winter Wind Etude (Chopin)
Transcendental Etude #2 (Liszt)
Valse Oubliee #1 (Liszt)
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#603801 - 09/19/02 12:44 AM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
Ðanor Offline
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Registered: 08/07/02
Posts: 1232
Loc: Santiago, Chile
hi there, i see that almost every one got a reply on this post so i dont wanna be out of it! ;\)

im preparing a recital for Nov so i will focus my attention to the program:
-Bach p&f in D major 2º book (for me it's the best prelude of all, and the most beautiful fugue)
-Mozart Sonata in C minor
- a Paul Creston prelude
- "Pour Klavier" Alejandro Guarello (chilean composer the piece it's like 1980)
- Schumann Fantasiestücke op. 12 (In der Nacht and Traumes Wirren)
-Schönberg (or Schoenberg) 6 kleine Klavierstücke
-Debussy etude "pour les octaves"

Beside that im studyng the chopin's Op 10 no. 1 and the "thirds" etude.
Also start reading rach etude tableaux op. 39 no 6 but i think i will stop studying it cause it's god damn hard and will take a lot of time to study and im already busy with the other pieces
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#603802 - 09/19/02 02:47 PM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
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Loc: England
For anyone who's interested in the exam system, I am currently studying for the Grade exam in November. My pieces will are:

Bach - Italian Concerto in F - 3. Presto
Hummel - Sonata No. 10 in Eb - 1. Allegro con Brio
Tchaikovsky - 'January' from 'The Seasons'

I'm also planning to work on a collection of Scandinavian pieces in the new year, and for an instrumental audition at Cambridge, I'm planning to prepare Chopin's Barcarolle...if I can pull it off!

By the way, I really think that Brendan's fair and important comment was completely blown out of proportion. Why are people so defensive?

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#603803 - 09/19/02 04:02 PM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
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Im working on:

Bach-Siloti: Chaconne
Amy Woodford-Finden: Kashmiri Song(transcribed by Steven Hough)
Roger Quilter: Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal(transcribed by Stephen Hough)

Has anyone heard either of the above songs in their original versions?

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#603804 - 09/19/02 04:45 PM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
Stanza Offline
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Posts: 1458
Loc: Chapel Hill, NC
To be brief:

Beethoven Moonlight Sonata Mvt 3
Chopin Revolutionary Etude
CPE Bach Solfegettio
Mendelssohn Scherzo Op 14
Confrey Dizzy Fingers
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#603805 - 09/19/02 04:57 PM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
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Chopin - Nocturne op. 9 no. 2
Bartok - Some pieces from Mikrokosmos 5
Ravel - Sonatine

Plus a piece by Messiaen, Holliger, Gubaidulina, or Ligeti. My teacher has ordered some music. Next lesson I'll decide on one of those.
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#603806 - 09/20/02 07:29 AM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
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Loc: Auckland, New Zealand
I'm working on more ways of bringing tonal ambiguity into my improvisation. There are always relations to discover. For instance a harmonic minor scale contains a minor triad on the sixth because of the third gap in the scale. This opens possibilities for relating, say, C minor to G# minor etc.

I'm also fiddling a lot with symmetric scales running against polytonal passages. e.g. the three scales of the form 2,1,2,1,2,1,2,1 (in semitone jumps) have four minor chords and four major chords as subsets. Their sister scales 3,1,3,1,3,1 have three major chords as subsets.

The use of these related keys in composition was an infatuation of my youth and I continue to revisit them in various guises in my improvisation.

Another thing I'm working on is an improvisational notation based on invariant properties of musical creatures I term "cells". The way in which the cells change during improvisation defines a musical landscape. My unsolved problem is to devise a sensible means of defining invariant properties of a cell in ways which allow improvisational development without losing coherence.

So far I haven't found anything better than slightly modified ordinary notation with plenty of remarks in English. If I didn't have this sort of thing to occupy me at my age I might lapse into drink and debauchery.
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#603807 - 09/20/02 09:05 PM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
okat47 Offline
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Posts: 193
Loc: Canada
Hi.
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Right now I'm working on mostly Bach, because it's my favourite.
-Goldberg Variations
-Art of the Fugue
-Italian Concerto
I'm hoping to use one of these for my school repertoire in the fall... though my prof may have other ideas
Well, it turns out my prof did have other ideas, so I'm not doing any Bach this year \:\( . My repertoire for the next 8 or 9 months is:
-Scarlatti Sonata K. 24
-Beethoven: Concerto No. 3
-Schumann: In der Nacht
-Szymanowski: Etude Op.4 No. 3
-Ravel: Oiseaux triste
-Cowell: Advertisement

It freaks me out that I have to be able to play all of this by May. Oh well, one day at a time...

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#603808 - 09/22/02 11:46 AM Re: What are you working on, what do you hope to work on soon?
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Stanza, your repertoire is beginning to look quite a bit like mine! I acutally thought I was reading my own post for a second there. It's also interesting to meet someone else who's played the Confrey - Dizzy Fingers...I think it's a real ly great piece, fun to play a breakneck speed too! How are you finding it and the Mendelssohn?

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