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#2702920 - 01/07/18 02:56 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Hello! I'm also knew, coming from PianoTV, and would love to join the 40 pieces a year challenge! I have already learnt a couple pieces since the beginning of the year so here they are:

Für Elise (Bagatelle No. 25 in A minor) WoO 59 - Beethoven
Sonata 20 op. 49 no. 2 mvt 1 (still working on the second movement) - Beethoven
Nocturne op. 9 no. 2 in E flat major - Chopin

I will keep you up to date on what pieces I have been learning. I am not quite sure if I will get to 40 pieces this year but we shall see!

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#2702921 - 01/07/18 03:09 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Hi everybody! I am also going to be participating in the challenge and I hail from PianoTV as well! I love this concept as I would enjoy greatly "scaling" my repertoire alongside you all smile

#2702927 - 01/07/18 03:39 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Hi all! I would also like to participate this year. I'm looking forward to join the challenge and also to hear a lot of new music.

#2702928 - 01/07/18 03:39 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: mom3gram]  
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Hi mom3gram , one of my goals is to get through ALFRED's BK 2 before June. I started in June 2016 (but I took a diversion and completed BK 1 during that time). Any who, I watched the fellow on "Let's Play Piano Method" and he recommended people go through their method books several times. Good to hear from you. Birdgolf


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#2702938 - 01/07/18 04:10 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Here is my Mozart Allegro, there are mistakes in the left hand in section B over the next few days i'll iron them out![video:youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=16&v=TZBris3oOZ8[/video]

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#2703065 - 01/08/18 01:33 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Hello,
I am new to this community because I would like to join this challenge. As an adult beginner, my pieces will be very tiny, but I do very much like the idea and definitely want to give it a try. I have managed one piece this year. smile It is called "Mazurka (Erinnerung)" by Alexander Gretschaninow. It is from the Russian Piano School (the first volume). I hope to play some pieces from this book. I will not record, though as I do not have the technical opportunities and it would cost time.

Could you please subscribe me?


#2703090 - 01/08/18 05:27 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Hi everyone,
I have my first piece for the challenge done - this is from Tim Richards' book "Improvising Blues Piano" which I am aiming to work from quite a bit this year, along with more standard learning from sheets.
I'm currently working on Debussy's Arabesque, Piazzolla's Milonga del Angel, a couple of Irish Trad waltzes which I will hopefully submit to the waltz recital in a couple of months, and various other things. But in keeping with this challenge I aim to tackle something new pretty much every week. I don't necessarily intend to record them all, but I do find it helps to keep me honest!
The first section (repeated at the end) is from the page, the middle section is meant to be RH improv over the same LH pattern. You can hear that it's a bit shaky in comparison.
1. Blue Third Blues - Tim Richards link

#2703108 - 01/08/18 07:43 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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#2703110 - 01/08/18 07:49 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: barbaram]  
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Originally Posted by barbaram
from Tim Richards' book "Improvising Blues Piano" which I am aiming to work from quite a bit this year

This is great! I am planning on doing the same. The reviews for the book have been very positive. Hoping to add improv to my practice routine. I look forward to hearing your progress.

Originally Posted by barbaram
1. Blue Third Blues - Tim Richards link

That is so much fun .. great playing!

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#2703146 - 01/08/18 10:26 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Here's entry #1, I'm self taught so figure best way to motivate is to take exams - this is one of the pieces I'm playing for Grade 1 exam in June.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Eo84Ku22NV1_PtNOFMP9PEOSKgVuUqxd/view

First time recording and hearing myself subjectively, the MIDI software I'm using doesn't capture dynamics well but it's a start grin

#2703151 - 01/08/18 10:48 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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1. Song of the Gondolier - Joy of First Classics
2. Beauty and the Beast - Alfred Greatest Hits Bk. 1


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#2703153 - 01/08/18 10:51 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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1. Bach - Invention 2 in C Minor BWV 773 (Recording)


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#2703242 - 01/08/18 03:34 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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I'd like to join too! I took piano lessons from age six till I started university and it has been a few years since I have been practising regularly. This looks like a great challenge for me to get back into it and to challenge me to learn a variety of different pieces. I am also here from pianotv's video.

#2703296 - 01/08/18 06:55 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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I'm doing the Paul Harris Piece A Week. Starting in the Grade 1 book as my son and I are doing it together for motivation. I'm already in a few weeks, but I'll start with last weeks piece:

- Pony Ride


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Pieces In Progress:
  • Chopin Waltz in A minor Poshumous (almost performance ready)
  • Chopin Mazurka in B flat Major Op 7 (very much W.I.P.)
  • Beethoven "Easy Sonata" 20 No. 2 (just started)
#2703398 - 01/09/18 08:22 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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classictragedy - welcome to the club!

Paul109 - I was unable to listen to your playing, the link appears to be a midi file.

fishandchips - nice Bach!


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#2703493 - 01/09/18 03:36 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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A couple of updates

#2 - There are several other pieces in this book I think I can do for this challenge. It's really my first Beethoven piece, although I've played around with the beginning part of Fur Elise. This week I'll be working on Country Dance in G Major.
#3 - I started working on this last year. I hope to be able to do it for the February recital. The backup is Sonatina in G Major by Clementi #2, 3rd movement smile

1. Study in C (Op. 65, No. 3) - Albert Loeschhorn - Pianist Magazine
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#2703517 - 01/09/18 05:57 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Hey everyone, hope the playing is going well smile
I'm curious, how do people choose what they are going to play next and where to find the pieces? I've personally being using the RCM syllabus.
Also, I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for a varied collection of RCM grade 6/7 level music (I'm a big fan of Chopin) as that's where I feel I can comfortably learn at this pace right now.

Here's an update with where I am:

1. Prelude in A major (Op. 28 No. 7) - Chopin
2. Lustig und Traurig (WoO 54) - Beethoven

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#2703521 - 01/09/18 06:17 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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I don’t have an anthology that includes Chopin Grade 6, But have you seen pianosyllabus.com? you can filter for composer and grade. They list 55 Chopin grade 6
http://www.pianosyllabus.com/default.php

You can get all the scores on IMSLP.org


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#2703535 - 01/09/18 07:41 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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1. Autumn Ballade, from Faber lesson book 5. Not terribly difficult but still lovely!

2. Jazz Fantasy on the Turkish March, by Fazil Say. I've been working on this one for about two months. It has a lot of complicated fingering and I'm definitely not up to the speed that Say plays it at, but it's a lot of fun and I think I've finally gotten it up to performance level.

#2703564 - 01/09/18 10:30 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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@Zephyx Most of the pieces I have come from the imslp site. I looked online for a resource for pieces that are grade 1 and went from there. I still have quite a few left in my binder on my piano that I'd like to get to during this challenge so we'll see how that goes.

I've gotten my February recital piece memorized (we'll see how much I remember after being about 20 hours away from it) now I just need to work on dynamics and tempo.


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#2703567 - 01/09/18 10:52 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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My progress in the 40 Pieces A Year Club for 2018-
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#2703583 - 01/10/18 01:05 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Hi everyone! I'm from Fortaleza, Brazil, and I got here from PianoTV, also. I've just started taking lessons after 2 years of self-teaching and I think this challenge could really help me boost some skills along with my teacher's directions. So, sign me up!

Since the beginning of the year, I'm finishing polishing Bach's Prelude in C minor (BWV 999) and I've started learning Mozart's Fantasia in D minor (K. 397).

That's all for now. Let's rock (or classic, or ragtime, or jazz, or whatever lol)!

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Originally Posted by Zephyx
Hey everyone, hope the playing is going well smile
I'm curious, how do people choose what they are going to play next and where to find the pieces? I've personally being using the RCM syllabus.
Also, I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for a varied collection of RCM grade 6/7 level music (I'm a big fan of Chopin) as that's where I feel I can comfortably learn at this pace right now.

Here's an update with where I am:

1. Prelude in A major (Op. 28 No. 7) - Chopin
2. Lustig und Traurig (WoO 54) - Beethoven



Hey Zephyx, I follow some channels on YouTube where I get most of my ideas of pieces to learn. My favourites are Paul Barton, The Great Repertoire and pianoREADER. I save their videos on some personal playlists, separating them by pieces I could try now and pieces that I know I won't be able to play yet. From there, I get the sheets from IMSLP.org.

Hope this helps!

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Danziato - Glad you found us! Welcome to Piano World and the 40 Pieces Club!

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To everyone:
Just as a reminder, I do attempt to keep a running count of progress as we move through the year (second post of this thread).
As you list your new pieces for the challenge, it would help me if you would also list the number you have completed. Many
keep a running list of their pieces which grows as the months pass. It does not matter how you do it, but I would appreciate
including your count with each update. Thanks!


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#2703637 - 01/10/18 07:38 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: Danziato]  
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Originally Posted by Danziato
Originally Posted by Zephyx
Hey everyone, hope the playing is going well smile
I'm curious, how do people choose what they are going to play next and where to find the pieces? I've personally being using the RCM syllabus.
Also, I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for a varied collection of RCM grade 6/7 level music (I'm a big fan of Chopin) as that's where I feel I can comfortably learn at this pace right now.

Here's an update with where I am:

1. Prelude in A major (Op. 28 No. 7) - Chopin
2. Lustig und Traurig (WoO 54) - Beethoven



Hey Zephyx, I follow some channels on YouTube where I get most of my ideas of pieces to learn. My favourites are Paul Barton, The Great Repertoire and pianoREADER. I save their videos on some personal playlists, separating them by pieces I could try now and pieces that I know I won't be able to play yet. From there, I get the sheets from IMSLP.org.

Hope this helps!

A great YouTube resource is Un of Iowa pedagogy project. You can find professional performances pieces at all grade levels

https://m.youtube.com/user/UIPianoPed


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#2703642 - 01/10/18 08:02 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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I've been looking around on the sites mentioned here to find a song and I clicked on something new for me.It's an easy short piece from Handel. I think I might learn that one.
Maybe someone else here doesn't know what to choos from either. I used Piano Syllabus, Searched for grade 1 with a random number for the ID. That will show you some songs of that grade.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8itn575Mhg

http://www.pianosyllabus.com/default.php

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No I haven't seen PianoSyllabus.com - that's super useful; thank you! It's odd that it lists multiple entries for the same piece in the search results. It's probably something coded on the back-end that does that.
With regards to IMSLP, how do I find music with fingerings? I'm not at the point yet where I can easily come up with my own fingerings so that's been a challenge using the scores there. Should I just work on figuring out fingerings? I just feel like that's not something I want to invest my time in yet but I'm open to trying it out.

@danziato Thanks for the suggestions! I've heard a few of Paul Barton's interpretations - they're good stuff! And I also have playlists like you for songs I "think" I can play and songs I can't currently easily learn but would like to eventually. I just need to actually update them so thanks for the reminder.

@dogperson Ah I remember this YouTube channel from some of their Burgmuller videos! I'll check out some of their other videos too. Also, do you know how IMTA levels correlate to other rating systems like ABRSM/RCM? They use letters from A to F but from what I can tell, their practice exams are mostly theory based so I'm not entirely sure how to gauge the difficulty of pieces on theory alone.

Thanks for the suggestions everyone! Funnily enough, one of my main hurdles to "playing" the piano is just actually getting in my hands the sheet music I want to play. Going forward, I hope that hurdle won't be much of a bother anymore thanks to all your help.

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Some of the pieces will come with fingering suggestions but a lot don't or there will be certain parts of a score that will have it some places but not in others. You can preview the scores on the IMSLP site before downloading to see if it has them or not.

Sometimes I'll try to use the suggested fingerings but a lot of the times for me it won't work. I've got small hands and not enough reach so some of the suggestions are a little awkward for me to do so I end up figuring out what works best for me.


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My 2nd piece of the year.
Continuing Bach's Inventions with number 4 in D Minor.



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