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#950383 - 10/19/04 10:36 PM Easier repertoire for LH alone
PianoMum9 Offline
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Registered: 10/19/04
Posts: 19
Loc: Surrey, BC
I have a student who just broke his right wrist. He's about Gr1-2 in Royal Conservatory, and when I searched this topic on the web all I got were the usual upper level pieces, which of course are much too hard for him. I would appreciate any and all suggestions for repertoire. (I have lots of technical materials for the LH that he can work on.)

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#950384 - 10/20/04 02:20 AM Re: Easier repertoire for LH alone
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Registered: 09/07/04
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You might want to give examples of pieces this student has played. Not everyone is familiar with the Royal Conservatory grading system.
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#950385 - 10/20/04 03:45 AM Re: Easier repertoire for LH alone
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Registered: 10/01/04
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Loc: Helsinki, Finland
Ravels piano concerto for the left hand is quite easy :p \:D

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#950386 - 10/20/04 07:15 AM Re: Easier repertoire for LH alone
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Maybe pick the next piece he's going to learn, work on analysis and other pre-practice type work, and then begin working on the difficult left hand sections while the wrist heals?

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Ravels piano concerto for the left hand is quite easy
Of course that would be fun too \:\)
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#950387 - 10/31/04 07:39 PM Re: Easier repertoire for LH alone
PianoMum9 Offline
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Registered: 10/19/04
Posts: 19
Loc: Surrey, BC
Thanks for the ideas people. Some pieces from RCT Gr1 are: Minuet in F Major, K2, Mozart; Halloween Night, Linda Niamath; Beaver Boogie, Stephen Chatman; Jeremiah Clarke, Minuet in D, T 460; and The Hunting Horns and the Echo by Daniel Gottlob Turk, among others.
Thanks again.

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