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Re: "Theme with variations" recital - information and status [Re: Ganddalf] #2527932
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I have a recording I made a couple days ago. I wasn't planning to use it but I will if I can't get another one by tonight.

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Re: "Theme with variations" recital - information and status [Re: Ganddalf] #2527952
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CET - Central European Time. I'm not going to be strict with the deadline, but will be grateful if I have all submissions tomorrow evening (CET).

Accompanying text is optional. About the music, your own interpretation, your instrument, NOT flaws and issues in your performance - if you don't mention it, there's good chance that it goes undetected....

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NEW INFO: Submissions will be accepted until Wednesday April 6th at 13:00 CET. The submitted pieces will be released in random order and since there are many long pieces they will come in batches of 3 - 5 pieces a day. The first release will be shortly after the deadline.

Not many of you have added much text information. You still have an option to send me a PM if there is anything you want to say about the music and your ideas of interpretation.


Here is the sign-up list with the submission status. It will be updated as new submissions (or withdrawals) come in. I'll take hand of updates of the list myself, but I recommend that you have an occasional look at it to ensure that I haven't missed your submission.

If any of you have problems performing the complete sets, but want to play a selection of the variations it is OK. Just give some information about this in the optional text.

Schubert: Sonata Op.42, 2nd movement - Ganddalf HA HA, DON'T NEED TO SUBMIT
Norman Dello Joio: Sonata #3, 1st Movement - Tim Adrianson SUBMITTED
Adolphus Hailstork: Eight Variations on "Shalom Chevarim" - Tim Adrianson SUBMITTED
George Walker: Spatials - Tim Adrianson SUBMITTED
Leonard Bernstein: Touches - Tim Adrianson SUBMITTED
Tim Adrianson: Variations on J J Niles's "The Black Dress" - Tim Adrianson SUBMITTED
Haydn: Variations in F minor Hob. XVII:6 - hreichgott SUBMITTED
Chopin: Berceuse, op 57 - Pianamateur
Beethoven: 8 Variations WoO 76 - nhpianos SUBMITTED
Brahms: Variations on a Theme by Handel, Op. 24 - jeffreyjones SUBMITTED
Grieg: Ballade, Op. 24 - jeffreyjones SUBMITTED
Bach: Goldberg Variations - beet31425
Haydn: Variations on Kaiserlied G major Hob.III/77: Schubertian SUBMITTED
Beethoven: 12 Variations from Wranitzky's Das Waldmadchen, WoO 71 - nhpianos SUBMITTED
Beethoven: 32 Variations in C minor - Cheeto717
Beethoven: Op 111, 2nd movement - Rubberfingers SUBMITTED
Beethoven: Op 109, 3rd movement - doctor_S SUBMITTED
Mozart: Sonata in A major K.331 first movement - SiFi SUBMITTED
Beethoven: 6 Variations in G major, WoO 77 - Vid SUBMITTED
Beethoven: Eroica-variations Op.35 - jonnyboy126
Berkovich: Paganini Variations - AZNpiano
Beethoven: 24 Variations on "Venni Amore" by Righini WoO 65 - nhpianos SUBMITTED
Handel: HWV 428, 5th mvt., Air and Variations - Cinnamonbear SUBMITTED
Handel: HWV 430, 4th mvt., "Air con Variazioni" (The Harmonious Blacksmith) - Cinnamonbear SUBMITTED
Brahms: Variations on an Original Theme, Op.21 No.1 - Pathbreaker SUBMITTED
Respighi: Sicilian fr. ancient Airs and Dances - Musica71 SUBMITTED
S. Fox: Smile Variations Rubberfingers SUBMITTED

Re: "Theme with variations" recital - information and status [Re: Ganddalf] #2528166
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Everyone, please check that the updated list is correct!

The first set of pieces will be appear shortly. Since some of you have contributed with several pieces I have tried to arrange the pieces in a way that the same pianist performs no more than once in each set. Also I try to make a mix between baroque, classical, romantic and modern pieces.

Performers in the first set will be Tim Adrianson, nhpianos, Schubertian, Cinnamonbear, Pathbreaker and Musica71.

It is still possible to submit pieces for those of you who are late, but today (wherever in the world you are) is the last chance.

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Re: "Theme with variations" recital - information and status [Re: Ganddalf] #2528184
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The first batch is available now. Please, feel free to comment to any of the performances under the "Part 1" thread.

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Sigh. Didn't even read this thread. Otherwise would have submitted Mozart's Sonata K331 1st movement.



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Originally Posted by Tubbie0075
Sigh. Didn't even read this thread. Otherwise would have submitted Mozart's Sonata K331 1st movement.


The first movement of Mozart K331 has been taken by SiFi. Otherwise I would have accepted a late submission. But there will be new themed recitals to come....

Re: "Theme with variations" recital - information and status [Re: Ganddalf] #2528724
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As far as I can see I have now "published" all submitted pieces, and consider my job with this to be finished.I haven't been able to listen properly to all performances yet, but I'll do that and give my feedback to everyone.

Then comes the question about a new themed e-cital. Do anybody have any ideas about a new theme? A specific composer? Other ideas?

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Hello Ganddalf and all,
I just want to apologise for failing to deliver a performance. My new-to-me piano was only delivered on Tuesday, and whilst I was hoping to get a recording just in time for the deadline, new neighbour noise issues (and therefore the time that I am 'allowed' to actually play) prevented me from doing so. I am embarrassed to have promised and not delivered on either of my submissions frown
But I am looking forward to listening to everyone else's and congratulations Ganddalf on putting together a superb-looking recital.

Ta,
Pam

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Originally Posted by Ganddalf
As far as I can see I have now "published" all submitted pieces, and consider my job with this to be finished.

You executed this job with courtesy, efficiency, and obvious love for the music. Thank you, Ganddalf.


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Hi, Ganddalf! Regarding the discussion of new e-cital themes: I think it's well worth itemizing what e-cital themes have occurred already over the past 2-3 years, for the sake of those who haven't previously participated, or only recently joined:

1 "Unsung heroes" (rarely heard composers)
2 Suites
3 Chopin Mazurkas
4 Chopin Waltzes
5 Robert Schumann
6 Fugues; polyphonic compositions
7 Baroque (just completed), and, of course,
8 Theme and Variations -- have I missed any?

Here are some of my thoughts:

1 Choose one common piano solo form, such as "Prelude"; "Etude"; "Sonatina"; "Nocturne", "Ballade", "Waltz" etc.

2 Simply invite each participant to supply their favorite composition(s) for solo piano, or perhaps a couple.

3 A focus on "the dance"; i.e., piano pieces which are specifically dance form, or evoke the dance (ballet, for example).

4 If a specific composer, I think Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Haydn, or Schubert could work, much as was done for Schumann and Chopin.

5 Finally, pick one arbitrary timeframe in which the compositions were written -- like 1810 - 40, or 1900 - 30 for example -- and see what the participants come up with.

Looking forward to other opinions!








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Under rhe ABF forum I have also participated in full sets of Grieg, Lyric Pieces, Tsjajkovski's piano works and Mendelssohn's Songs without Words.

I wouldn't object if one of the previous themes was repeated, but something new would be nice, of course.

Tim's suggestions are all interesting. I have a few thoughts myself.

Impressionism.

Shostakovich

Haydn sonatas

But I'm open to everrything.




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I'm sure it's the infernal decaf, but could someone kindly direct the village idiot to the link that permits access to recordings for this recital? Many thanks!


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Originally Posted by ClsscLib
I'm sure it's the infernal decaf, but could someone kindly direct the village idiot to the link that permits access to recordings for this recital? Many thanks!


You find links to the recordings in 5 different threads under this forum. Just check "Theme with variations" e-cital Part 1 through 5. The first posts under each thread contains the recordings. Then come posts with comments to the music.

Best regards, from an island on the west coast of Norway......

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In the Member Recording Forum interest has been sparked for a possible Spanish/Latin America e-cital. Any interest in that?


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Sounds great!


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Originally Posted by Cheeto717
In the Member Recording Forum interest has been sparked for a possible Spanish/Latin America e-cital. Any interest in that?


I'll brush up my Ginastera Sonata No. 1 and see you there!

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Originally Posted by Cheeto717
In the Member Recording Forum interest has been sparked for a possible Spanish/Latin America e-cital. Any interest in that?

Only if someone who's not me does Alborada del gracioso. smile


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Originally Posted by Cheeto717
In the Member Recording Forum interest has been sparked for a possible Spanish/Latin America e-cital. Any interest in that?


For me to participate in such an e-cital, I'll need some help picking a piece that is doable for me.

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Originally Posted by Ganddalf
Originally Posted by Cheeto717
In the Member Recording Forum interest has been sparked for a possible Spanish/Latin America e-cital. Any interest in that?


For me to participate in such an e-cital, I'll need some help picking a piece that is doable for me.


Mompou's music poses little technical difficulty, with the exception of the Variations on a Theme of Chopin. You could also play Scarlatti, as he spent much of his career in the service of the Spanish royal family.

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Hi, Ganddalf -- a few suggestions:

1 Enrique Granados wrote 12 Spanish Dances, in 2 Volumes. The Volume 1 Dances are technically less difficult than Volume 2; if you haven't played any of them before, I'd recommend Volume 1, although a couple of my personal favorites are from Volume 2.

2 A fair amount of Isaac Albeniz solo piano music is in the intermediate/early advanced range of technical difficulty: the Suite Espanola, Chants d'Espagne; and Recuerdos de Viaje piano suites are good examples.

3 Some of Joaquin Turina's solo piano music is technically accessible -- as I write this, I'm looking over his Danses Gitanes, Op 55, and that strikes me as being in the Late Intermediate/Early Advanced technical level. I'd say the same thing for his earlier Album de Viaje -- challenging, but not actually as difficult as it sounds.

4 I agree with Jeffrey Jones regarding Federico Mompou -- more specifically, though, I think you might be especially intrigued by his Preludes, his Gitanes, the Intimate Impressions, and his Paisajes. I could also mention any of his 14 Canciones y Danzas, but I'm jealously hoarding that for myself, if this E-cital becomes a reality!

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Jeffrey and Tim,
Thanks for your suggestions! I'll listen to some of these pieces and se if I find something I like and think I'll be able to learn.
I'm always looking for effectful pieces that do not require too much work to learn. Unfortunately low hanging fruit seems to be very rare in the musical world.

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Apparently it was my videos of the Granados Spanish Dance Op 37 No 5 and the Navarette Odeon that sparked discussion of a possible Spanish/Latin American e-cital. smile

If the e-cital actually becomes a reality (and I hope it does), I'd like to claim the Albeniz SEVILLA and CATALUNA from Suite Espagnole Opus 47 along with the Granados Valses poeticos. ___________________________________________________________

Ganddalf - In addition to Tim's excellent suggestions above, you might want to check out:

Navarette - Remando (a Tango)

Albeniz - Tango in D Op 165 No 2





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I'd love to do the Leyenda from Suite Espanola smile
Are Navarette and Nazareth the same composer of tangos?


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Are Navarette and Nazareth the same composer of tangos?
Egads - it's NAZARETH (not Navarette) !!!!!! Don't know what the heck I was thinking !! ha


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Are Navarette and Nazareth the same composer of tangos?
Egads - it's NAZARETH (not Navarette) !!!!!! Don't know what the heck I was thinking !! ha


Ernesto Nazareth, our brazilian Scott Joplin. smile


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Are Navarette and Nazareth the same composer of tangos?
Egads - it's NAZARETH (not Navarette) !!!!!! Don't know what the heck I was thinking !! ha

Ernesto Nazareth, our brazilian Scott Joplin. smile

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Hi, Cheeto717! Now that the Russian e-cital has officially been opened in the Adult Beginners Forum, you (or someone else) might want to resurrect the proposal for a Spanish/Latin American theme e-cital for late this year, or early 2017. Apart from the normal quarterly e-citals in ABF, I don't think there's anything else on the docket.

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