Hi, guys! I'm new, in case you didn't know.
I decided spur-of-the-moment to return to school about a month ago (after nine years), and as soon as I got my re-admission letter, I wrote a piano prof to let her know I was a returning student (my old prof has retired), and she told me that I should audition for a scholarship, in two weeks! I didn't want to play anything I had played before, so I picked:
Bach, Prelude in B-flat Minor, WTC I
Chopin, Prelude in C-sharp Minor, Op. 45
Debussy, Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum
I figured I could work these up fairly easily in two weeks. So, I went for a preliminary lesson with the prof last week, and she gave me the Bach fugue (B-flat Minor WTC I, of course) to do also, and postponed my audition until May 7 so that I could work it up. I had never tried that one before, either (or even heard it, really) but I can play it now - I only have to finish memorizing it (it's about 60-70% memorized now).
Right now I am trying some strange alternate fingerings on the Debussy so that when I go back to the regular fingerings, it is much easier - this is helping me clean it up.
I hope to get some recording equipment so that I can add the Chopin Prelude to the site - I see that this one is missing!