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1. Spring's Delight Op. 61, No. 1 by Theodore Oesten
2. Anyone Home? Op. 117, No. 8 by Cornelius Gurlitt
3. Scherzo Op. 39, No. 12 by Dimitri Kabalevsky
4. Colored Windows by Edna-Mae Burnam
5. MelodyOp.68, No.1 by Robert Schumann
6. A Little Porcupine by Dimitri Kabalevsky
7.Told You So! Op.117, No.7 by Cornelius Gurlitt
8. Jazz Invention No. 2 by Pierre Gallant
9. Menuet en Rondeau by Jean Philippe Rameau
10. The Wind by Chee-Hwa Tan
11. Early One Morning arranged by Frederick Sylvester
12. Ecossaise by Beethoven
13. Song of the Dark Woods by Elie Seigmeister
14. Detectives by Christine Donkin
15. Danny Boy - Arrangement unknown
16. Menuet in G BMV Anh 116 (Anna Magdalena's Notebook) - Anonymous
17. Drifting Clouds - William Gillock
18. Hopscotch - Boris Berlin
19. Skipping Rope - Dimitri Kabalevsky
20. Carefree - Daniel Gottlob Turk
21. Determination - Daniel Gottlob Turk
22. Melody- Louis Kohler
23. March - Daniel G Turk
24. Melodic Tune - Louis Kohler
25. Andantino - Louis Kohler
26. Waltz of the Young - Louis Kohler
27. A Swinging Leprechaun - Mike Schoenmehl
28. Old German Dance - Michael Praetorius
29. Bagatelle - Anton Diabelli
30. Jazz! Goes the Weasel - Rebekah Maxner
31. Trumpet Tune - William Duncombe
32. Roundelay - Joachim von der Hofe
33. Curtain Raiser - Daniel Gottlob Turk
34. Echo Dance - Philip Hainhofer
35. Village Dance- Carl Czerny
36. Allemande - Michael Praetorius
37. Gavotte - George Frideric Handel
38. Minuet - Alexander Reinagle
39. Waiting - Renee Christopher
40. Scherzino - Alexander Reinagle

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  1. What Shall We Do With The Drunken Sailor <Recording> (arranged by Jan Koláček)
  2. Greensleeves <Recording> (arranged by Jan Koláček)
  3. Träumerei <Recording> (by Robert Schumann, No. 7 in Kinderszenen, Op. 15)
  4. El Condor Pasa <Recording> (arranged by Jan Koláček)
  5. We Are The Champions <Recording> (by Freddy Mercury / Queen, arranged by Jan Koláček)
  6. Erster Verlust (First Loss) <Recording> (by Robert Schumann, from Album für die Jugend, Op. 68)
  7. Summertime <Recording> (by George Gershwin)
  8. I Won't Hold You Back <Recording> (by Steve Lukather / Toto)
  9. The Hobbit - Theme <Recording> (by Howard Shore, arranged by Jan Koláček)
  10. The Godfather Love Theme <Recording> (by Nino Rota, arranged by Jan Koláček)
  11. Nachklänge aus dem Theater <Recording> (by Robert Schumann, from Album für die Jugend, Op. 68)
  12. Happy Birthday (Blues Version) <Recording> (arranged by Jan Koláček)
  13. One Year Of Love <Recording> (by John Deacon / Queen)
  14. Luzie, der Schrecken der Straße (Lucie, postrach ulice) <Recording> (by Angelo Michajlov, arranged by Jan Koláček)
  15. Gnossienne No. 3 <Recording> (by Erik Satie)
  16. Skyfall <Recording> (by Adele)
  17. Star Wars - Imperial March <Recording> (by John Williams, arranged by Jan Koláček)
  18. Fröhlicher Landmann, von der Arbeit zurückkehrend <Recording> (by Robert Schumann, from Album für die Jugend, Op. 68)
  19. Maya the Bee (Die Biene Maja) <Recording> (by Karel Svoboda, arranged by Jan Koláček)
  20. Mignon <Recording> (by Robert Schumann, from Album für die Jugend, Op. 68)
  21. Bagatelle in A minor - "Für Elise" <Recording> (by Ludwig van Beethoven, OoW 59)
  22. Ein Choral <Recording> (by Robert Schumann, from Album für die Jugend, Op. 68)
  23. No. 1 <Recording> (by Carl Czerny, from 100 Progressive Studies - "Hundert Übungsstücke", Opus 139)
  24. No. 2 < ---- " ---- > (by Carl Czerny, from 100 Progressive Studies - "Hundert Übungsstücke", Opus 139)
  25. No. 3 < ---- " ---- > (by Carl Czerny, from 100 Progressive Studies - "Hundert Übungsstücke", Opus 139)
  26. No. 4 < ---- " ---- > (by Carl Czerny, from 100 Progressive Studies - "Hundert Übungsstücke", Opus 139)
  27. No. 5 < ---- " ---- > (by Carl Czerny, from 100 Progressive Studies - "Hundert Übungsstücke", Opus 139)
  28. Von fremden Ländern und Menschen <Recording> (by Robert Schumann, No. 1 in Kinderszenen, Op. 15)

My #28: Another Schumann, this time another one from "Scenes from Childhood (Kinderszenen)". The English title is "Of Foreign Lands and Peoples". Not much else to say...


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Von fremden Ländern und Menschen <Recording> (by Robert Schumann, No. 1 in Kinderszenen, Op. 15)[/list]
My #28: Another Schumann, this time another one from "Scenes from Childhood (Kinderszenen)". The English title is "Of Foreign Lands and Peoples". Not much else to say...


That was nice, JoBert. Well done! smile


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40. Long Gone Blues (McKay) (OF
41. Waltz Macabre (Faber) (OC)
42. Grand Central Station (Faber) (OC)
43. Volga Boatman (Trad.) (OC)
44. Chanson (Faber) (OC)
45. Seaside Suite - Sailboats In The Wind (Faber) (OC)
46. Seaside Suite - Mysterious Cove (Faber) (OC)
47. Seaside Suite - Surfboards (Faber) (OC)
48. Gypsy Legend (Chovan) (OF)
49. Farewell To Fiunary (MacLeod) (AR)
50. Ceremony For Peace (Faber) (OC)
51. Summer Solstice (Faber) (OC)
52. Wild Flowers (Faber) (OC)
53. Gigue In A Major (Anonymous) (OF)
54. Great Barrier Reef (Faber) (OC)
55. Prelude In C (J.S. Bach) (OF)
56. Sahara Trek in A Major(BrianDX) (OC)
57. Midsummer Nights Dream (Streabbog) (OF)
58. Jazz Suite - New Orleans 1928 (Faber) (OC)
59. Jazz Suite - Kansas City 1928 (Faber) (OC)


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An update to my list:

1. Morning Glories – (Mier)
2. Czerny Op 599/19 – (Czerny)
3. Allegretto in E Minor Op 38/24 (Hassler)
4. Sonatina in F Major Op 168/1 (Diabelli)
5. Sonata in F Major III. Scherzo (Haydn)
6. Sonatina in B Flat Major (Wesley)
7. Czerny Op 599/23 – (Czerny)
8. Rigadoon in A Minor – (Babell)
9. Sincerity Op 100/1 – (Burgmuller)
10. Czerny Op 599/20 - (Czerny)
11. Andante in F Op 487/38 (Brunner)
12. Wiosna (Spring) Op. 74/2 (Chopin)
13. Sakura (Alfred 2, Japanese Folk Song)
14. Reflections (Alexander)
15. Positively Swinging (Norton)
16. Dreamcatcher (Gaudet)
17. Foggy Day Blues (Springer)
18. Air in B Flat Major (Handel)
19. Sonata in D Minor, L 423 K 32 (Scarlatti)
20. Menuet in D Minor (Buttstett)
21. Old French Song Op 39/16 (Tchaikovsky)
22. German Dance in E Flat Major WoO 13/9 (Beethoven)
23. Nocturne (Sheftel)
24. Invention No. 8 in F Major, BWV 779 (Bach)
25. Prelude No. 2 in D Major (Vandall)
26. Waltz in A Minor, B. 150 Posthumous (Chopin)
27. Have You Seen the Ghost of John - (English Traditional)


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Last month I'm learning Tchaikovksy Op.39 - Children's Album and I think that was a mistake, because most of the time it's way above my current level. Recorded 2 pieces just for history of effort and gonna switch to easier pieces. smile


1. Joseph Haydn - Minuet No 3 in B flat Hob.IX:3 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wdztTzHc454)
2. Pyotr Tchaikovsky - Op.39 No.1 'Morning Prayer' from Album for Youth (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z6Y7uH1Gez4)
3. Martha Meir - Don't Wanna' Leave You Blues (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0h6jQz4uas)
4. Martha Meir - Just Struttin' Along (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDNbTWxfudY)
5. W. A. Mozart - Minuet II in F K6 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7ErpGrZgIc)
6. G. P. Telemann - Fantasia (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nTaZaeaW-3c)
7. S. Shevchenko - Canon (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yRPbidB4kg)
8. Beethoven Sonatina in G maj (2nd mov)
9. A. Grechaninov - Waltz (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RlEqr_tR_cU)
10. Rameu - Menuet Rondo Form
11. Dvarionas - Prelude
12. Bach - Menuet
13. Beethoven - Fur Elise (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QcvyEENZFLo)
14. Beethoven - German Dance in D maj
15. Kabalevsky - Waltz
16. Tchaikovsky - In Church
17. Mozart - Allegro (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_sW17ydh9I)
18. Beethoven - Sonatina in G maj (1st mov) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDfkectFgOs)


19. Tchaikovsky Op.39 No.8 - Waltz (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8l7zHACO_8)
20. Tchaikovsky Op.39 No.16 - Old French Song (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K36dcH8i-Fo)
21. Tchaikovsky Op.39 No. 17 - German Song
22. Tchaikovsky Op.39 No. 2 - Winter Morning



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28. John Williams / Coates : Star Wars Binary Sunset
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31.Amelia's Waltz
32.John Roy Lyall
33.Chattanooga Choo Choo
34.Autumn Leaves


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40. Long Gone Blues (McKay) (OF
41. Waltz Macabre (Faber) (OC)
42. Grand Central Station (Faber) (OC)
43. Volga Boatman (Trad.) (OC)
44. Chanson (Faber) (OC)
45. Seaside Suite - Sailboats In The Wind (Faber) (OC)
46. Seaside Suite - Mysterious Cove (Faber) (OC)
47. Seaside Suite - Surfboards (Faber) (OC)
48. Gypsy Legend (Chovan) (OF)
49. Farewell To Fiunary (MacLeod) (AR)
50. Ceremony For Peace (Faber) (OC)
51. Summer Solstice (Faber) (OC)
52. Wild Flowers (Faber) (OC)
53. Gigue In A Major (Anonymous) (OF)
54. Great Barrier Reef (Faber) (OC)
55. Prelude In C (J.S. Bach) (OF)
56. Sahara Trek in A Major (BrianDX) (OC)
57. Midsummer Nights Dream (Streabbog) (OF)
58. Jazz Suite - New Orleans 1928 (Faber) (OC)
59. Jazz Suite - Kansas City 1928 (Faber) (OC)
60. Jazz Suite - Manhatten 1928 (Faber) (OC)


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Falling behind a bit again between one thing and another. To boost my morale I'm going to claim a few that I have worked on sufficiently to count but which I haven't recorded (recordings may or may not follow).

1. Melody "Ivan Sings" - Aram Khachaturian
2. Rondo - Mozart
3. Le Moulin - Yann Tiersen
4. Bagatelle No. 9 Opus 119 - Beethoven
5. The Spinning Wheel- Walter, arr Coulter
6. Ragtime Do-Si-Do - Martha Mier
7. The Doll's Funeral March Op 39 no 7 - Tchaikovsky
8. Les Moissoneurs - Couperin
9. Landler - Schubert
10. Evening in the Meadow - Rebikov
11. First Loss Op 68 no 16 - Schumann
12. Autumn Leaves - Kosma, arr Faber
13. Sonata in G - Scarlatti
14. Clowns - Kabalevsky
15. Perdido - Tizol, arr Faber
16. Danza de la Moza Donosa - Ginastera
17. Desafinado - Jobim, arr Faber
18. Puppet's Complaint - Cesar Franck
19. Seventh Street Blues - Martha Mier
20. Hushabye Mountain - Sherman and Sherman
21. Ecossaise - Weber
22. Little Prelude - Bach
23. Just Struttin' Along - Mier
24. Minuet in C Minor - Haydn
25. Morning has Broken - arr Mier
26. She Moved through the Fair - trad Irish, arr Hughes
27. Big City Blues - Faber
28. La Charolaise - Couperin
29. Mazurka in C Minor - Glinka
30. Rigaudon - Handel
31. Everybody Knows - Leonard Cohen
32. Opening - Philip Glass
33. Hallelujah - Leonard Cohen
34. Memories of a Viennese Park - Dave Brubeck


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  1. What Shall We Do With The Drunken Sailor <Recording> (arranged by Jan Kolácek)
  2. Greensleeves <Recording> (arranged by Jan Kolácek)
  3. Träumerei <Recording> (by Robert Schumann, No. 7 in Kinderszenen, Op. 15)
  4. El Condor Pasa <Recording> (arranged by Jan Kolácek)
  5. We Are The Champions <Recording> (by Freddy Mercury / Queen, arranged by Jan Kolácek)
  6. Erster Verlust (First Loss) <Recording> (by Robert Schumann, from Album für die Jugend, Op. 68)
  7. Summertime <Recording> (by George Gershwin)
  8. I Won't Hold You Back <Recording> (by Steve Lukather / Toto)
  9. The Hobbit - Theme <Recording> (by Howard Shore, arranged by Jan Kolácek)
  10. The Godfather Love Theme <Recording> (by Nino Rota, arranged by Jan Kolácek)
  11. Nachklänge aus dem Theater <Recording> (by Robert Schumann, from Album für die Jugend, Op. 68)
  12. Happy Birthday (Blues Version) <Recording> (arranged by Jan Kolácek)
  13. One Year Of Love <Recording> (by John Deacon / Queen)
  14. Luzie, der Schrecken der Straße (Lucie, postrach ulice) <Recording> (by Angelo Michajlov, arranged by Jan Kolácek)
  15. Gnossienne No. 3 <Recording> (by Erik Satie)
  16. Skyfall <Recording> (by Adele)
  17. Star Wars - Imperial March <Recording> (by John Williams, arranged by Jan Kolácek)
  18. Fröhlicher Landmann, von der Arbeit zurückkehrend <Recording> (by Robert Schumann, from Album für die Jugend, Op. 68)
  19. Maya the Bee (Die Biene Maja) <Recording> (by Karel Svoboda, arranged by Jan Kolácek)
  20. Mignon <Recording> (by Robert Schumann, from Album für die Jugend, Op. 68)
  21. Bagatelle in A minor - "Für Elise" <Recording> (by Ludwig van Beethoven, OoW 59)
  22. Ein Choral <Recording> (by Robert Schumann, from Album für die Jugend, Op. 68)
  23. No. 1 <Recording> (by Carl Czerny, from 100 Progressive Studies - "Hundert Übungsstücke", Opus 139)
  24. No. 2 < ---- " ---- > (by Carl Czerny, from 100 Progressive Studies - "Hundert Übungsstücke", Opus 139)
  25. No. 3 < ---- " ---- > (by Carl Czerny, from 100 Progressive Studies - "Hundert Übungsstücke", Opus 139)
  26. No. 4 < ---- " ---- > (by Carl Czerny, from 100 Progressive Studies - "Hundert Übungsstücke", Opus 139)
  27. No. 5 < ---- " ---- > (by Carl Czerny, from 100 Progressive Studies - "Hundert Übungsstücke", Opus 139)
  28. Von fremden Ländern und Menschen <Recording> (by Robert Schumann, No. 1 in Kinderszenen, Op. 15)
  29. Piano Sonata No. 12, 3rd Mvt., Maestoso andante, Marcia funebre sulla morte d'un Eroe <Recording> (by Ludwig van Beethoven)

No. 29 is my submission to the 44th ABF recital. As additional info for the submission, I translated the relevant part from the German Wikipedia, as quoted below:
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The third movement is a bit of a mystery. This is the only instance of a funeral march in Beethoven's piano works. Additionally, and very uniquely, Beethoven added a supplement to the movement title: "sulla morte d'un Eroe" (on the death of a hero). It remains unclear if this hero actually existed (see in comparison the funeral march in the third symphony, which was originally dedicated to Napoleon, who for a time was revered by Beethoven) or if this march rather generally refers to this certain type of "hero" which had just been made popular by the French Revolution. In contrast to the dark and highly severe pathos of the funeral march in the third symphony, this march seems to be quite "theatric" - it is more a manner of play acted or posed mourning. Matching the title, the movement is characterized by dotted note values and in the Trio you can recognize how the piano imitates drum rolls and blares of trumpets.



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I've been playing but not posting! Please update me, Anne. Thanks.

I'm really impressed by the number of recordings on this thread. I've recorded only about a third of mine. Think for 2017 I'll make a point of recording every one--even if I just do it for myself:-)

I've really been working hard to polish pieces this past 6 months. The "40 Challenge" should complement all the long-term polishing work, but it does seem strange to drop these pieces after a little while. I mind that I can't play them all well, though a few of them have developed into long-term relationships. I'm still struggling with how much to work on these pieces so it feels satisfying.

1. Haydn: German Dance, Hob. IX:22, no.3
2. Hassler: Minuet in C Major, op.38, no.4
3. Türk: Ariosa in F Major
4. Christopher: The Snake
5. Niamath: Celebration
6. Zipoli: Little Prelude in A Minor
7. Silvester: Invention in A Minor
8. McKinnon: Swirling Leaves
9. Bennett: Holiday Parade
10. Handel: Gavotte in G Major, HWV 491

11. Bach: Bourree, in E Minor, BWV 996
12. Faure: Kitty-Valse op.56, no.4 (duet-Primo)
13. Gurlitt: Etude in D Minor
14. Niamath: Penguins
15. Crosby: Celebration
16. Mier: Interlude
17. Schoenmehl: Picnic 1920
18. Starer: Pink
19. Taranta: Creole Lullaby
20. Vandall: Prelude #19 in G Minor
21. Brubeck: Memories of a Viennese Park
22. Kabalevsky: Fairytale
23. Starer: Bright Orange
24. Alexander: Zinc Pink
25. Gurlitt: Wild Mignonette
26. Berkovich: Variations on a Russian Folk Song
27. McKinnon: The Argument
28. Goldstone: Sparkling Brook
29. Bartok: Bohemian Dance
30. Tchaikovsky: Morning Prayer


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Hi, I'm an older beginner who hasn't been active in the forum for quite a while! I am going to join for 2017!! Question. Are we trying to maintain each piece at all or just learning, recording and moving on....


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Let's see - you are IPIBAH, aren't you? Welcome back!

I think pretty much maintaining, etc, is up to each person. Some people are using this thread to improve their sight-reading, so I'd guess "maintaining" isn't their goal. Some people would really like to have more repertoire - like me - so I'm keeping them "up" enough to bring them back quickly when I have a gig at an assisted living/memory care place.

But I think the idea is to play lots of music, so that one's skills are used in lots of different places and therefore the skills themselves become more second nature.

There are some links in the first post to a couple of Elisa Milne's posts when she first started this challenge (not for the ABF, we just adopted it) that are interesting to read.

But it's good to see you again.



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31.Amelia's Waltz
32.John Roy Lyall
33.Chattanooga Choo Choo
34.Autumn Leaves
35.River Stay 'Way from My Door


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Yes! That's me and I STILL play it better at home!! Still taking lessons. Still struggling but still having fun! I'm looking forward to setting some new goals for 2017!


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I have a few more, including my November ABF recital piece. Life got busy and I slowed a bit, but things are clearing and I am back at it. It's nice to see everyone continuing to make music. smile

1. Menuet KV.2, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Soundcloud
2. Bagpipe, anonymous Soundcloud
3. March in F, Daniel Gottlob Turk Soundcloud
4. Minuet, Alexander Reinagle Soundcloud
5. Old German Dance, Michael Praetorius Soundcloud
6. Sonatina, C.H. Wilton, I. Allegro Moderato Soundcloud
7. Sonatina. C.H. Wilton, II. Minuet. Andantino Soundcloud
8. Promenade, Alexander Reinagle Soundcloud
9. Waltz Op. 82, No. 18, Cornelius Gurlitt Soundcloud
10. Lyrical Piece, Op. 101, No. 39, Ferdinand Beyer Soundcloud
11. Waltz, Carl Czerny Soundcloud
12. Minuet, Cornelius Gurlitt Soundcloud
13. Trumpet Tune, Cornelius Gurlitt Soundcloud
14. Allemande, Johann Hermann Schein Soundcloud
15. Minuet, Georg Phillip Telemann Soundcloud
16. Minuet, Jean-Philippe Rameau Soundcloud
17. The Village Prophet, Jean Jacques Rousseau Soundcloud
18. Minuet, Johann Sebastian Bach Soundcloud
19. Minuet, Leopold Mozart Soundcloud
20. Minuet, Johann Christian Bach Soundcloud
21. Minuet, James Hook Soundcloud
22. Minuetto, Johann William Hassler Soundcloud
23. Dance, Daniel Gottlob Turk Soundcloud
24. Morning Song, Anton Diabelli Soundcloud
25. Minuet, Alexander Reinagle (from Essential Piano Repertoire, Level 1) (different from above) Soundcloud
26. Melodic Tune, Louis Kohler Soundcloud
27. Andantino, Louis Kohler Soundcloud
28. Waltz of the Young, Louis Kohler Soundcloud
29. Spring's Delight, Oesten Soundcloud
30. The Hunting Horns and the Echo, Turk Soundcloud
31. The Bear In The Forest Op. 11 No. 6, Blok Soundcloud
32. Minuet In D Major, Clarke Soundcloud
33. Frolicking Op. 70 no. 23, Berens Soundcloud
34. March (Lydian Mode), Duke Soundcloud
35. Bouree in D Minor, Graupner Soundcloud
36. Study in C Major, Op.777 no. 3, Czerny Soundcloud
37. Duet For One, Norton Soundcloud
38. A Porcupine Dance, Kabalevsky Soundcloud
39. The Hunt, Gurlitt Soundcloud
40. Sur le pont d' Avignon, arr. P. Gallant Soundcloud
41. Ins and Outs, Sheftel Soundcloud
42. German Dance, Hob. IX:22, no. 3, Haydn Soundcloud
43. Dialogue (Canon), George Soundcloud
44. Morning Greeting, Gurlitt Soundclouod
45. Valsette, Moritz Vogel Soundcloud
46. Chant Ancien, Alexandre Tansman Soundcloud My August 2016 ABF recital piece.
47. Minuet in C Major, Op. 38 no. 4, Johann Wilhelm Hassler Soundcloud
48. Teapot Invention, Andrew Markow Soundcloud
49. She's Like The Swallow, Maritime Folk Song arr David Duke Soundcloud
50. Both Ways (Echanges), Alexandre Tansman Soundcloud
51. Oriental Market-Place, William Gillock Soundcloud
52. Waltzing (En Valsant), Alexandre Tansman Soundcloud
53. Arabia (Arabie), Alexandre Tansman Soundcloud
54. Lullaby (Chant a bercer), Alexandre Tansman Soundcloud
55. Obsession (Rengaine), Alexandre Tansman Soundcloud
56. Reflections (Reflexions), Alexandre Tansman Soundcloud
57. Dance of the Toys, William Gillock Soundcloud

58. Final (Conclusion), Alexandre Tansman Soundcloud

59. Frolic (Espieglerie) Alexandre Tansman Soundcloud


Have fun, everyone!


Ralph

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so I am new obviously - when does the sign up for 2017 happen?


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Hi, krumpetina. And, welcome to the forum.

The participants in this thread re-start counting at the beginning of the calendar year. However, since the goals of this challenge/club have nothing to do with how many pieces you post, but, is more about getting the experience of learning and playing many, many new tunes, you can start in at any time. We will just start a new thread at the turn of the year.

I urge you to take a look at the first post on the first page. It has a link or two to articles expounding the ideas and pedagogical foundations for what we do here. Those articles were very helpful to me as I decided whether or not to participate.

This is my first year at the challenge and I am very happy that I joined. So, join in any time you like. The only thing that happens in January is that we start a new thread, and start counting over again.

Again, welcome! smile


Ralph

Kawai VPC1
Garritan CFX
Pianist since April, 2015
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