You learn fast.
LOL! I spent two years on the e minor partita, remember?
Turns out that most of what I learned transfers. I memorize fast, but I tend to learn very slow. Anyhow, I feel like I could play anything by Bach now, with a little work. But I will hopefully be going farther with the c minor partita than I managed with the e minor (in terms of cleanliness, bringing out the voices the way I want, and ornamenting the repeats and the A strains of the rondeaux).
Have you already started on Beethoven and Hindemith?
I have already played the first and second movements of the Beethoven Op. 110 for semester juries, but they will need reworking, and I've yet to start serious work on the third movement. I have read through the Hindemith 3rd several times, but have done no serious work on it yet, aside from a bit with the third movement. I want to start with that movement, but I think I should start working on the second movement first, since it is the most difficult.
And of course I still have to figure out this French thing.
In other news, I have decided to enter my school's concerto competition in the fall, playing the Bach d minor concerto. The concerto alternates years for piano/strings/voice and wind/percussion, and this year will be our year.
Also, I figured out how to do record/playback on my digital, so I'm working on the c minor organ passacaglia as well, now that I've recorded the pedal track (this morning, actually). I practice the manual parts hands together without the pedal track, but I also practice them with the pedal, though sometimes I have to drop to one hand. Trying to alternate which hand I drop. I have access to an organ, but I don't want to start messing with pedals (which I have never done before - scary!) until I've got the manual part down (not counting getting used to actually playing on 2 or more manuals, and stops and all that....when I get to that point I will have to ask for some assistance).