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#2709925 - 01/29/18 08:08 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: JimZipCode]  
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Originally Posted by JimZipCode
I'm a brand-new beginner, 52 yrs old, just had my second piano lesson last week.

Is it appropriate for me to join this challenge? I *love* the idea. But the "pieces" I'll be learning will be things like simplified "Jingle Bells", "Frere Jacques", little 2-line exercises, etc. Do those count?

Yes, they count. Go for it!


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#2709954 - 01/29/18 11:06 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Just joined Piano World Forum and would love to join this "40 Pieces a Year Club." Special thanks to Allysia from PianoTV for suggesting this and to Medden for posting some moving yet approachable pieces.

Restarting piano as an adult after ~20 years off. The first two pieces I've learned this year are:

1. Carl Maria von Weber - Scherzo
2. Max Richter - Horizon Variations

#2709968 - 01/30/18 12:25 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: JimZipCode]  
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Originally Posted by JimZipCode
I'm a brand-new beginner, 52 yrs old, just had my second piano lesson last week.

Is it appropriate for me to join this challenge? I *love* the idea. But the "pieces" I'll be learning will be things like simplified "Jingle Bells", "Frere Jacques", little 2-line exercises, etc. Do those count?


Yes, of course they count - if you want them to! The trick is that there are no "rules" - you make up the "challenge" to fit your situation.

As you learn more, the pieces will get progressively harder. Some people have a few easier ones on the go (they may take a week to get right) as well as one or two that take a lot longer; they don't all have to be the same level.


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#2710038 - 01/30/18 09:48 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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I'm new to this forum and new to the challenge. Please sign me up.

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#2710070 - 01/30/18 11:12 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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I am finally done with my first piece. I'm a slow learner, I guess. But thanks to this challenge I'm practicing a lot more than I would usually do. smile

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#2710130 - 01/30/18 02:35 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: Medden]  
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Thanks ZoeCalgary, mine are very unfinished and rough, but for me the point of this challenge is discovering new styles, and improving my sight reading.

5.Final Fantasy Theme - Allysia
6.Tchaikovsky- Old French Song
7.A little dance - Kabalevsky Op 39-9
8.Vladimir’s Blues - Richter

https://soundcloud.com/medden/sets/40-piece-challenge-2018

#2710147 - 01/30/18 03:43 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Hi,

I have now only finished the second piece:

1) "Mazurka (Erinnerung)" by Alexander Gretschaninow
2) "Allegro" Mozart KV 3

There is a piece of the 'Notenbüchlein für Anna Magdalena Bach' that I am currently working on and which is not easy for me.

#2710180 - 01/30/18 05:18 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Another good week of practicing. I started 3 more grade 2 pieces and 2 of them are good enough to move on from, the third I just need to work on speed. My teacher feels that if I can learn 2 pieces a week then it is time to move to RCM grade 3. My teacher picked me an easy grade 3 piece, and we also chose a grade 2 piece to ease into it. As proud as I am to move up to grade 3 I am someone who doesn't like to challenge myself with piano, I just enjoy it more when it's easier!

1) E Dorian with Modulation, Robert D. Vandall, RCM Grade 2
2) Colors of the Wind, Really Easy Piano
3) The Wind, Chee-Hwa Tan, RCM Grade 2
4) Quiet Lagoon, Jon George, RCM Grade 2


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#2710282 - 01/31/18 04:10 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: JimZipCode]  
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Originally Posted by JimZipCode
I'm a brand-new beginner, 52 yrs old, just had my second piano lesson last week.

Is it appropriate for me to join this challenge? I *love* the idea. But the "pieces" I'll be learning will be things like simplified "Jingle Bells", "Frere Jacques", little 2-line exercises, etc. Do those count?


Please do jump in, JimZipCode! I was also hesitant, thinking that this was something for those more advanced than me. But... it actually was developed to help beginners like us get better quicker. Have a look at the articles linked in the first post of this thread... so it is. Also, Allysia's advocacy, which has drawn many to this challenge this year: http://www.pianotv.net/2018/01/40-pieces-a-year-club-piano/.

Welcome and well met! 3hearts

#2710321 - 01/31/18 08:39 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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One month down! I have updated the totals ... please make sure I have your name and count correct: 2018 Participant List

Excellent progress!

I would like to welcome twenty new piano players to our group:

19workinprogress98
Aderinda
Brian H
carmeniorga
elenmirie
ElleAikins
Hugo da Costa
ImmortalBeethloved
isayshotgun
JimZipCode
Jin K
JM Storm
KaylaX
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ly95
Rollant
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snejana
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Originally Posted by ZoeCalgary
After being very sick with the stomach flu for a few weeks I have finally managed to record my first piece for the year. Still need to figure out some better recording settings for the piano but posting this for now. Had background drum track playing through a Bluetooth speaker.

1 - Bear Dance, Christopher Norton, Christopher Norton Connections 1.

#1 Bear Dance


Very nice. The Christopher Norton Connection series is much fun. I love that they come with the backing tracks. Fun to play along.


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#2710372 - 01/31/18 11:22 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Originally Posted by scorpio
One month down! I have updated the totals ... please make sure I have your name and count correct: 2018 Participant List



Thanks Scorpio for doing this for us - you have your work cut out this year with so many participants!

#2710391 - 01/31/18 12:32 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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1. Pony Ride (Harris Piece A Week Grade 1) 1/1
2. Tick Tock (Harris Piece A Week Grade 1) 1/8
3. Floating Candles (Harris Piece A Week Grade 1) 1/15
4. Robots (Harris Piece A Week Grade 1) 1/22
5. Burgmuller 25 Progressive Pieces Op 100 No. 1 "Sincerity" 1/24
6. Magic Dust (Harris Piece A Week Grade 1) 1/29
7. Burgmuller 25 Progressive Pieces Op 100 No. 2 "Arabesque" 1/29

Continuing the Paul Harris Piece A Week Grade One with my son, and adding in the Burgmuller progressive pieces. #2 is a good challenge for my sight reading as I'm still struggling with sight reading chords, so this is great practice (I'm also doing the Paul Harris grade 4 sight reading which introduces two note chords, so this is a nice addition as I have a week to get it.)

Thanks Scorpio, for an otherwise thankless job of combing through entries to update the list. And welcome new challengers! So great to see the popularity of this idea, it's definitely encouraging me to stick with it.

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  • Chopin Mazurka in B flat Major Op 7 (spring recital)
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  • Schumann Fantasy Dance Op 124 No 5 (just starting)
#2710436 - 01/31/18 03:35 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: Medden]  
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7.A little dance - Kabalevsky Op 39-9
8.Vladimir’s Blues - Richter
9.Beyer Op101-16

https://soundcloud.com/medden/sets/40-piece-challenge-2018

#2710437 - 01/31/18 03:42 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: ImmortalBeethloved]  
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Originally Posted by ImmortalBeethloved
Special thanks to Allysia from PianoTV for suggesting this and to Medden for posting some moving yet approachable pieces.

2. Max Richter - Horizon Variations[/b]


Glad you are enjoying my efforts. I tend to prefer the movie style pieces personally, but most are very difficult.

#2710467 - 01/31/18 05:36 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Originally Posted by scorpio
Originally Posted by ZoeCalgary
After being very sick with the stomach flu for a few weeks I have finally managed to record my first piece for the year. Still need to figure out some better recording settings for the piano but posting this for now. Had background drum track playing through a Bluetooth speaker

Very nice. The Christopher Norton Connection series is much fun. I love that they come with the backing tracks. Fun to play along.


Thanks Scorpio. Yes the backing tracks are quite nice. I didn’t use the Christopher Norton backing track in this instance. I was using an iPad app with basic drum beats.


Coming back after a long while.

#2710539 - 02/01/18 12:13 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: elenmirie]  
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Originally Posted by elenmirie
... Also, Allysia's advocacy, which has drawn many to this challenge this year: http://www.pianotv.net/2018/01/40-pieces-a-year-club-piano/.

Yeah, Allysia's post was what guided me here. I really enjoy her blog & videos.


Originally Posted by scorpio
I would like to welcome twenty new piano players to our group...

Thanks!

First one down for me: "Jingle Bells" from Alfred book 1 as of last week's class, Jan 24.

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Originally Posted by JimZipCode
First one down for me: "Jingle Bells" from Alfred book 1 as of last week's class, Jan 24.

And:

2. "Mary Ann" from Alfred book 1
3. "Non più andrai" (simplified) from Figaro by Mozart, arrangement by Allysia PianoTV (aka "From Now On")
4. "What Can I Share" from Alfred book 1

...all as of this week's class, Jan 31.

I'm not quite satisfied with "When the Saints Go Marching In" yet, even though my teacher said we can move on. Holding that one for another few days.

The Mozart was fun. After a week of me practicing it, everyone in the house was humming it: me, my wife, my 8yo son. Da-do-dooo, da-do-dooo, da-da-dum-bump! Thanks Allysia.

#2710618 - 02/01/18 10:54 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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I have finished learning my third piece which I surprisingly enjoyed after a week of playing. The recommended tempo (from the Adventures Book) is 124 bpm (Alegro), and this morning I successfully played it at 144 (Vivacissimo).

For me, this is a milestone!

3) Gavotte by Benjamin Carr

#2710624 - 02/01/18 11:34 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: ZoeCalgary]  
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I like the bear dance! Nice confident assertive playing!


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Good job! I like how your tempo brings out the bluesy flavor of that piece.


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Yamaha PianoDiary for IOS does this too; I have a bluetooth connection from piano to iPhone or iPad.


Now playing a shiny Yamaha N1. Started in April 2017 with Yamaha P-115 and, before that, some old upright piano down in the basement in the early 60s.
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Hello, I really would like to join, this is a very exciting challenge that sounds like a perfect fit for me! Nothing like learning only a couple pieces in a semester, but I rather expand and grow in learning more repertoire as well.

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I’d love to join! I’m here because of Allysia too smile

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Hello again everyone. Glad to see how much progress you are making.

Here's my 4th piece this year with Bach's 5th Invention (one of my favorites!)


My 5th piece of the year is Bach's Chorale no. 174 which I partially sight read. https://soundcloud.com/melchiorblade7/js-bach-choral-no-174

Ive been practicing my sight reading with the Bach Chorales. Very short and compact keyboard music that rarely has many 16th notes or advanced rhythms. Highly recommended for those looking to challenge themselves and advance sight reading (plus its beautiful)



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Originally Posted by Allysia
Here's an update to my list:

1. Bach: Prelude in C major, BWV 924
2. Grieg: Lyric Pieces, op. 12 no. 2, Waltz
3. Clementi: Sonatina in G, op. 36 no 2, mmt. 1
4. Clementi: Sonatina in G, op. 36 no. 2, mmt. 2


There are a couple others that are getting close, but need a little extra polishing. The Bach Prelude in D minor BWV 926 is surprisingly challenging, especially at the end where there's this super-fast arpeggiated pattern. I've been working on that one all month!


Love your list of pieces. I'm currently working on the Bach Prelude in D Minor myself. I have to say that the fast arpeggiated pattern at the coda is so much fun but challenging! Love this prelude. I actually considered going for the preludes this year but decided to lower the difficulty a bit and record the 15 inventions instead. Here's to a fun and productive year of music!

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Hi,
I would love to join your 40-pieces-a-year club smile not really sure how this forum works, even less that I might actually achieve the goal, but why not, please add me to the others.
Thanks
Jitka
BTW if you have any recommendation for pieces for somebody on approx. third, early fourth level, I would appreciate it

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Medden - nicely done. I really like the playlist idea. Keep it up.

Melchiorblade7 - Bach is always a treat, nice playing.

Newcomers, welcome to the club!
KellyQ
kuna1
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For some ideas, try Piano Syllabus. You can search for pieces based on levels. Of course levels, to some degree, are subjective.
You can also look at the syllabus from different established programs, here is RCM for one: RCM-Piano-Syllabus-2015.pdf


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Originally Posted by kuna1
Hi,
BTW if you have any recommendation for pieces for somebody on approx. third, early fourth level, I would appreciate it


I think you'll find that you'll need to learn 40 pieces that are a bit below your level (assuming it takes you a while to learn third-fourth level). You want to be able to learn one short piece a week approx. I recommend Alfred's book Essential Keyboard Repertoire Volume 8 - 95 pieces, all only 1 or 2 page. Lays flat too.

https://www.alfred.com/essential-keyboard-repertoire-volume-8-miniatures/p/00-4619/

Don't be put off by the Volume "8" - it doesn't mean it's the hardest or that the others are easier. Each volume takes a different focus. This one is focused on short pieces.

"This edition includes 95 early to late intermediate miniatures that are each one to two pages in length. The comb binding creates a lay-flat book that is perfect for study and performance. 144 pages."


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I would also highly recommend the University of Iowa pedagogy project, where the professors at the University are systematically videotaping music by level of difficulty

Here is their link to Level A
https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6D1EC1D0AFD8C372

If you hear something that you like, any score not under copyright can be found for free download at
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