Yes, I like that movement very much. I like all the three movements but it'd take too much to learn them all. The Gigue is rather simple to read, much more difficult to bring it up to speed, keeping all crystal-clear as I like to do. I wanted to study some Bach these days, and I know that this Bach-Rach will do wonderfully.
I usually think about the whole learning time, too, when I'm interested in a piece and want to learn it. But so far as this set is concerned I forgot to think about that
The pieces are not that long, so I maybe thought it wouldn't take so much time as it did actually. I spent over a full month to learn all the notes of the Preludio. To bring it to this tempo now took me ca. four months...! That was the most slowing learning speed in my experiences. Therefore I couldn't have enough time for other two. The second piece has several tricky spots, too. I must practice very hard to play the first two pieces on the 18th.
What do you mean by "loosened"? ...
Yes, some keys are noisy when pressed, however if I'm playing at a normal volume, I can barely hear it.
I wrote the word "loosen" (There is such an english word, right?) because it seems that at the problematic keys something which holds the keys to the piano body got loose. Yes, they become noisy, and also very loudly. The noise is sometimes very disturbing so that I cannot concentrate myself in practicing. I don't practice all the time... Nowadays I have been practicing ca. two hours a day, when I don't skip daily practicing. I wonder why this piano construction is so fragile.