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#2711081 - 02/02/18 10:19 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: JimZipCode]  
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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.

Alright, I'm satisfied with it. Moving on, more or less.

5. "When The Saints Go Marching In", Alfred book 1

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#2711130 - 02/03/18 06:02 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: Pavel.K]  
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#2711163 - 02/03/18 09:40 AM 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
10.Beyer op101-18

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

#2711196 - 02/03/18 11:55 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Four new pieces this week. Two of which (Bartók 61 and Tansman) I'd learned back in December, but couldn't record back then due to my piano being out of tune. I've spent the last 10 or so days relearning these two pieces. The other piece by Bartók is probably my favourite of his so far; the accompaniment is just too beautiful. The Gurlitt I learned for the monthly Piano Jam on Reddit and was a ton of fun to learn.

1 Boyle – Song of the Knife-Grinder (In Times Past No. 10)
2 Gurlitt – The Fair (Op. 101 No. 8)
3 Swinstead – An Old Garden (Work and Play No. 1)
4 Türk – Children’s Ballad (Sixty Pieces for Aspiring Players, Book 1 No. 10)
5 Bartók – Line Against Point (Mikrokosmos Book 2, No. 64a)
6 Purcell – Prelude in G Major (Baroque Keyboard Pieces (ABRSM), Book 1, Z.660/1)
7 Tansman – Frolic (Happy Time Book 1, No. 6)
8 Tansman – Arabia (Happy Time Book 1, No. 5)
9 Bartók – Pentatonic Melody (Mikrokosmos Book 2, No. 61)
10 Bartók – Melody Divided (Mikrokosmos Book 2, No. 66)
11 Gurlitt – Turkish March (Op. 101 No. 9)


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#2711253 - 02/03/18 04:06 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: Medden]  
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8.Vladimir’s Blues - Richter
9.Beyer Op101-16
10.Beyer op101-18
11.Duvernoy Op 176-7

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

#2711272 - 02/03/18 05:40 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Sign me up for the 2018 challenge.

I've completed 4 so far, from the two method books I'm using to self-teach myself how to play the piano.

John Thompson's Modern Course For The Piano (The First Grade Book).
1) Patterns
2) Swans On The Lake
3) The Fairies' Harp

Alfred's Basic Adult Piano Course (All-In-One) Level 1
4) When The Saints Go Marching In

If anyone is interested in listening to them a link can be found in my profile.

#2711308 - 02/03/18 09:25 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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A couple more, one recording. I also did a recording today of Sonatina in G Major, but that's a backup for the recital piece in case I bomb it. I will record the Burgmüller Etude next, and then I got to get busy recording something for the Waltz recital next month. Next on my list for RCM 5 is Prelude in D Flat Major (Rollin) and Sonatina In F Major, Anh. 5, No. 2 - First Movement (Beethoven)

1. Study in C (Op. 65, No. 3) - Albert Loeschhorn - Pianist Magazine
2. Écossaise (WoO 23) - Beethoven - Masterwork Classics Lvl 3 (RCM Level 2)
3. Nuvole Bianche - Ludovico Einaudi - Essential Einaudi (Islands)
4. German Dance in G Major (WoO 42, No. 6) - Beethoven - Masterwork Classics Lvl 4
5. Loch Lomond - Traditional - Alfred's Vol 2
6. Écossaise in E Flat (WoO 86) - Beethoven - Pianist Magazine Issue 100
7. Menuet in G Minor (BWV 842) (YouTube) - Bach - RCM Celebration Series Piano Repertoire Level 5
8. Sweet Sorrow (Op. 100, No. 16) - Burgmüller - RCM Celebration Series Piano Etudes Level 5


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#2711374 - 02/04/18 06:26 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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My third piece:

01: Burgmuller: Op. 100 No. 7 - The Clear little Stream
02: Satie: Gnossienne No. 3
03: Schaum: Rhythm and Blues 2 - Chip Dip

Recordings are here.

#2711379 - 02/04/18 06:57 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: Medden]  
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8.Vladimir’s Blues - Richter
9.Beyer Op101-16
10.Beyer op101-18
11.Duvernoy Op 176-7
12.Beyer op101-19

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

#2711402 - 02/04/18 09:11 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Finally I`m able to make a list of all the pieces I learned in January.

1) Fr. Chopin: Waltz a-minor.
2) J.S. Bach: Minuet F-major, from Anna-Magdalena`s notebook. BWV Anh.113

And now the new ones I finished today:
3) R. Schumann: Melody in C-major, from Album for the young.
4) A hymn "God bless our souls"
5) A song "Morning has broken"

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#2711404 - 02/04/18 09:20 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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1. Gretchaninov - Op. 119, No. 16 “Returning Home” (thanks Allysia/PianoTV)
2. Schumann - Album for the Young, Op. 68, No. 8 “Wilder Reiter”
3. Burgmüller - Op. 100, No. 2 “L’arabesque”

#2711439 - 02/04/18 12:46 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Why 40 pieces a year? That's 1 every 9.125 days or 3.33 per month...

Is there some scientific or experiential or artistically sound reason for this number?

Or is it set there just to "push" the student in his/her practice efforts?

Thanks much...

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Originally Posted by Handyman
Why 40 pieces a year? That's 1 every 9.125 days or 3.33 per month...

Is there some scientific or experiential or artistically sound reason for this number?

Or is it set there just to "push" the student in his/her practice efforts?

Thanks much...


The first post in the thread has links to some background info on the challenge. Nikola Tesla would have chosen 39.


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#2711443 - 02/04/18 12:59 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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This is great! I believe I going to start by relearning some pieces I learned. Starting with a Clementi Sonatina. cool


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#2711444 - 02/04/18 01:07 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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#2711447 - 02/04/18 01:13 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: Handyman]  
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Originally Posted by Handyman
Why 40 pieces a year? That's 1 every 9.125 days or 3.33 per month...

Is there some scientific or experiential or artistically sound reason for this number?

Or is it set there just to "push" the student in his/her practice efforts?

Thanks much...


I'm not a neurologist. The increased rate at which we process the new material of the same skill level; rhythms, melodies and harmonies gives the brain something to sharpen itself. The same pattern over in over has a way of becoming boring and the brain stops sharping (of course technique and muscle memory are still being developed but the risk of boredom is higher). Harder material overwhelms the brain leading to frustration. So to avoid boredom, frustration and sharpen your cognitive pathways you need to be engaged and practice NEW material just below your skill level.

It is the a faster way to get better.

This may be just a belief but I have been told to do this by multiple educators so I happy this support is here for me. Thanks


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#2711629 - 02/05/18 09:21 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Look at all of you plugging along smile

I'm behind but what else is new :p

@Handyman 40 is just a number as the challenge can totally be suited to you. Just aim for what's comfortable for you and your ability. Out of 3 years of doing this challenge myself I reached 40 last year but it doesn't mean I'll make that total this year. You just need to work at a pace that good for you and enjoy the challenge and the journey.


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#2711837 - 02/06/18 03:02 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: Anita Potter]  
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Originally Posted by Anita Potter
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@Handyman 40 is just a number as the challenge can totally be suited to you. Just aim for what's comfortable for you and your ability...You just need to work at a pace that good for you and enjoy the challenge and the journey.


Anita - sounds like good advice! Thanks.

#2711990 - 02/06/18 01:36 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Wow! So many new faces! Welcome all!

I relocated and started a new job, which is why I have been quiet. I finally had the time to set up my digital piano for recording, so I will be catching up with recording all the pieces I have learned so far.

01) Kullak - Op. 4 No. 2, Witches' Dance [Soundcloud]

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Wow! So many new faces! Welcome all!

I relocated and started a new job, which is why I have been quiet. I finally had the time to set up my digital piano for recording, so I will be catching up with recording all the pieces I have learned so far.

01) Kullak - Op. 4 No. 2, Witches' Dance [Soundcloud]


That's a very nice little piece and well performed. Thanks for the reminder. I searched earlier for that piece but I couldn't find out at that time by which Kullak it was written so now I searched again and saw it was also performed by Philip Sear and he gives a lot of times a bit of information about the composer. Now I know it's composed by Ernst Kullak, the uncle of Theodore Kullak and misattributed to Theodore Kullak on a lot of scores. Added it to my list of pieces to play and already downloaded a typeset score. So Thanks!


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If I stick with those 40 pieces than I'm already over 50%. Hmmmm, holiday? whistle It's crazy, so many that seemed so hard at first and I could not finish, seem suddenly a lot easier. Strange... maybe I consumed to much red pepper... I really don't know. crazy I' m also looking and trying a bit harder ones, but on the other hand there are still a lot of easier pieces left that I had choosen to play. I don't know much about those levels/grades but I get the impression that I'm more and more crawling into level 3, but sometimes I don't understand a bit about those so called levels/grades.

That piece by Beethoven wasn't fast enough to my own satisfaction, but I had enough of it, maybe I will return to it later.

1. Spaulding: Sing, Robin, Sing! no.58 from W.S.B. Mathews Standard Graded Course 1
2. Bertini, H: Rondo in G Major from Sonatinen-Album Heft 2 by E. Parlow
3. Diabelli: Rondo Opus 125 no.12
4. Oesten: Polka-Mazurka Sonatinen Vorstufe Edition Peters Op.155 no.2
5. Nauman: Allegretto Lesson X from Graupner rudiments
6. Clementi: Waltz in G from Sonatine Vorstufe Edition Peters
7. Kuhlau: Scottisch Dance No.5 from WoO218
8. Kuhlau: Scottisch Dance No.4 from WoO218
9. Reinhold: A Morning Stroll from Opus 58No.1
10. Gurlitt: Off to the Meadows Op.130 No.5
11. Gurlitt: March of the Tin Soldiers Op.130 No.6
12.Maneja, Rafael: La Muneca (Americana) from Perlas Infantiles


13. Duvernoy: Alllegretto Op.176.No18
14. Duvernoy: Andantino Op.176. No.15
15. Beethoven: Ecosaisse WoO23
16. Latour: Rondo mvt 3 from Sonata 4
17. Latour: Andante mvt 2 from Sonatina 4
18. Duvernoy: Movement de Valse Op.176 No.17
19. Latour: Rondo: mvt 3 from Sonatina 1
20. Gurlitt: Song without Words, Op.101 no.10
21. Latour: Allegretto from Sonata II, 1st mvt.


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40 Club: 2018 // UPDATE IN BOLD

1 Ballin' The Jack: Alfred's Bk 2
2 La Donna E Mobile : Alfred's Bk 2
3 Black is the Color of My True Love's Hair: Alfred's Bk 2
4 Frankie and Johnnie: Alfred's Bk 2
5 When Johnny Comes Marching Home: Alfred's Bk 2
6 Just Struttin' Along : Mier's Jazz Rags & Blues
7 Don't Wanna' Leave You Blues : Mier's Jazz Rags & blues
8 Waltz in G Minor: Alfred's Bk 2
9 Theme From Symphony No. 6: Alfred's Bk 2
10 Ragtime Do-Si-Do: Mier's Jazz, Rags, & Blues Bk 1
11 Whistle Stop Blues: Faber, Jazz & Blues Lv 2B



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Originally Posted by Pavel.K


Your Schumann sounds so nice! I’m working on that one right now.

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I've added two more to my list, one from each end of the grade scale. My teacher suggested that I do pieces from ABRSM grade 1 through grade 7 for this challenge, so I dug out my collection of exam books from the past. I am having a lot of fun with them, and it gives me quite a variety.
So my list now is:
1. Telfer -(Celebration Series 5)When Rivers Flowed on Mars
2. Heller - (Masterworks Classics 5)Etude in C Major
3. Chopin - (Celebration series 8)Prelude in B Minor op. 28 #6
4. Astor - Valses Venuzuelos # 1 Adriana ABRSM selections grade 8 2017-2018
(quarterly recital) I will add this link after the recital.
5. Scarlatti -(ABRSM grade 4)Scarlatti Sonata in D Minor K34
6. Kalinnikov - (Celebration Series RCM 8) Chansom Triste
7. Kember - (ABRSM grade 2 2011-2012) Bah-ba-doo-bah

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Fun listening to all the pieces being shared. Terrific stuff.

Looking forward to seeing the progress of our new members: Pierre Whorley and TangoLizard

Which reminds me, I really need to get a move on with my own progress.


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Originally Posted by DiggPlyV
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That's a very nice little piece and well performed. Thanks for the reminder. I searched earlier for that piece but I couldn't find out at that time by which Kullak it was written so now I searched again and saw it was also performed by Philip Sear and he gives a lot of times a bit of information about the composer. Now I know it's composed by Ernst Kullak, the uncle of Theodore Kullak and misattributed to Theodore Kullak on a lot of scores. Added it to my list of pieces to play and already downloaded a typeset score. So Thanks!

Thanks for the extra info. I was trying to look for the complete Op. 4, but failed. I also came across both Kullaks and didn't know who composed it exactly, so I just put Kullak to be safe though my score says Theodore.

Originally Posted by SwissMS
My teacher suggested that I do pieces from ABRSM grade 1 through grade 7 for this challenge, so I dug out my collection of exam books from the past.

SwissMS, I am planning to do this too, for the pieces from Grade 1 through Grade 6, and see if I can stretch it to finish both Grade 7 & 8 too. It will be a big challenge.

Adding 3 more pieces:

1) Kullak - Op. 4 No. 2, Witches' Dance
2) Streabbog - Op. 64 No. 9, The Whirlwind [Soundcloud]
3) Streabbog - Op. 64 No. 10, The Rope Dancer [Soundcloud]
4) Streabbog - Op. 64 No. 11, The Cadets [Soundcloud]

#2712652 - 02/08/18 01:10 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: KellyQ]  
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Your Schumann sounds so nice! I’m working on that one right now.


You are very kind, thank you! blush
I love Schumann's poetic pieces like this one, Mignon or Solitary Flowers...

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I have 3 more pieces to add in the list.

1. J.S Bach- Little prelude in D minor BWV 926
2. Beethoven- 6 Ecossaisse
3. Tchaikovsky- op. 39 No. 3. Mamma
4. Tchaikovsky- op. 39 no.5 March of the Wooden Soldiers
5. Tchaikovsky- op.39 no.9. Waltz
6. Mozart - Rondo K.15hh
7. Debussy-Page d’album(Album Leaf)
8. Debussy-Le Petit Negre(The Little Negro)
9. J.S Bach- Prelude in E Minor BWV 941


I really enjoyed Both Debussy's pieces and am planning to tackle a few others too. Definitely I'll be playing for a while and keep it as one of my repertoires.

#2712723 - 02/08/18 05:03 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: JimZipCode]  
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5. "When The Saints Go Marching In", Alfred book 1

6. Minuetto by James Hook, sheet music from Allysia PianoTV.
7. "Money Can't Buy Ev'rything" from Alfred Book 1 page 54.


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3 more new arrangements that I played at a memory care unit today -

1. Let Me Call You Sweetheart
2. Amazing Grace (new arrangement)
3. Annie Laurie (new arrangement)
4. America the Beautiful (new arrangement)


Some day I might even have time to learn a new tune frown


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