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"Clefts" "Clefs" is there an inside joke? Should I google "clefts"? :oops:


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juufa72 wrote:
"Clefts" "Clefs" is there an inside joke? Should I google "clefts"? :oops:

You want to major in English.... better get to know your language ! I won't indulge in synonyms for "cleft" here :lol:

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techneut wrote:
juufa72 wrote:
"Clefts" "Clefs" is there an inside joke? Should I google "clefts"? :oops:

I won't indulge in synonyms for "cleft" here :lol:



No, save that for da SDC... :P


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huh?? sdc okay. i dont know what that means oh well plz explain


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Bach: Italian Concerto
WTC Book 2 Prelude and Fugue in C
Chopin: Prelude no. 17 in Ab
Etude in F minor (can't remember what number it is!!)
Nocturne in C#Minor (op. posthum.)
Beethoven: Pathetique Sonata, Ist Movement.


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Ernesto Lecuona- "Malagueña" from the suite "Anda Lucia"
Rachmaninoff- Prelude in B flat major no.2
Majesty- An arrangement for church that i made

I also fool around in my big piano book :)

And that should be enough to keep me busy for a while...


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Ernesto Lecuona- "Malagueña" from the suite "Anda Lucia"

Now that I am happy to hear ! Don't you just love that suite (called Andalucia, after that region of Spain), and Lecuona's piano music in general ?
Any chance of a recording when you are done ?

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bach 2 part inventione from pleine prealudium und fugetten
czerny some 299 etudes
rachmaninoff prelude cis get the wrong notes out of it... I almost done :)
schumann/liszt widmung
schubert 3th impromptu

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Rachmaninoff- Prelude in B flat major no.2


My condolences to your neighbors :lol:

But seriously...that piece is a beast, good luck!


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Nocturne Op.72 No.1 in Em-Chopin (now polishing)
2nd Impromptu-Chopin (mi new, most recent addiction, especially played by Yundi Li)
La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin-Debussy (juss started)
Clair de Lune-Debussy (finè)
Sonata 332-Mozart (workin on it)
Invention 13 in Am-Bach (finè, but very sloppy)
Intermezzo Op.118 No.2-Brahms (workin on it)
Finlandia-Sibelius (wonderful arr. for piano)

i wish i could finish all these quicker but my family doesnt like me practicing and the keyboard is only good until you need the rest of the notes both hi and lo, i juss wish i were virtuoso that would solve everything :cry:


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arensky wrote:
Those cello sonatas are taking up a lot of practice time even though I don't have to memorize them.
Consequently have had to cut down on solos a bit; now we've got....


Rubinstein-Cello Sonata in D major op.18

Rachmaninov- Prelude in c# minor Op.3#2
Rachmaninov- Prelude in g minor Op.23 #5
Rachmaninov-Prelude in Eb major Op.23 #6 OR Moment Musical in Db Op.16 #5
Rachmaninov-Serenade Op.3 #5
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Scriabin- Etude in d# minor Op.8 #12 (and maybe a contrasting one)
Scriabin- Preludes from Op.11 #3, #5, LH Prelude Op.9 #1 and some others TBA
Scriabin Two Poems op.32

Shostakovich- Cello Sonata op.40



That was on November 7th and we've finally got



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(Cello)Sonata in D major Op.18 Anton Rubinstein (1829-1894)


Idylle in b minor Op.7 #1 Nikolai Medtner (1882-1951)
Skazka (Fairy Tale) in f minor Op.26 #3 "

Prelude in c# minor Op.3 #2 Sergei Rachmaninov (1873-1943)
Moment Musical in Db major Op.16 #3 "
Polichinelle Op.3 #4 "


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Etude in d# minor Op.8 #12 Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915)
Prelude for the LH in c# minor Op.9 #1 "
Prelude in G major Op. 11 #3 "

Four Preludes Op.33 "


(Cello)Sonata in d minor Op.40 Dmitri Shostakovich (1906-1975)



I expect I'll be posting most of this music (excepting Shostakovich, copyright restricted) in the Audition Room over the next two months. This turned out to be a rather cool program/selection of pieces imo. I play this program on January 28th and February 21st.


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Good to see you are giving Medtner his credit due Chase ! This seems to be very fitting, seeing as Rachmaninov considered him the greatest composer of his time.

Looking forward to your postings then ! Please post the Shostakovich as well - even if we can't perhaps put it up the site I think it's ok to have it in Audition Room so at least we can listen to it.

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PJF wrote:
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Rachmaninoff- Prelude in B flat major no.2


My condolences to your neighbors :lol:

But seriously...that piece is a beast, good luck!


Hah, it's already a problem with my neighbors, since the piece already starts with a constant pounding of the lower octave B flat. It is very hard but i can handle it now... :D


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Schubert's 4 Impromtus, Opus 90. Lots 'o fun and a nice break from the Chopin Etudes :P

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Man you guys are good! I suck!!

Vallee d'Obermann from Years of Pilgrimage by Liszt

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