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#2703900 - 01/11/18 07:19 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: barbaram]  
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Second piece! I'm not recording this as it's a bit boring, an exercise rather than a piece really. But I'm claiming it anyway smile

1. Blue Third Blues - Tim Richards link
2. New Orleans Triplet Workout - Tim Richards

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#2704064 - 01/11/18 05:41 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Quick Update:

I have completed Chopin's Prelude Op.28 No.20 in C Minor. I love this piece, it is so deep and dark and furious.

And I have also made my way through Edvard Grieg - Lyric Pieces Book 1, op.12 no.3 - Watchman's Song.

Please give me some recommendations, would love to expand my repertoire!

Happy playing!
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Good evening!
My first piece of the year is Fur Elise (in A minor), Ludwig van Beethoven. I got the go ahead to add this to my repertoire last night. smile


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#2704202 - 01/12/18 09:05 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: lepetitchien]  
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Originally Posted by lepetitchien
Please give me some recommendations, would love to expand my repertoire!


It depends a lot on what you would like to learn and what you like. Is there a certain genre that you're interested in(baroque, romantic, rag, jazz, blues, etc.)? Are you looking for things below, at or above your level of playing? Is there a certain technique you would like to learn. There's just sooooo much stuff out there which makes it extremely difficult to pick one and run with it...it's nearly endless.

I've got so many things already printed out from a variety of books and composers that I can't decide either which one I want to work on. 3 Tchaikovsky pieces, 2 Purcell, a few from ABC du Piano, a few from Maylath Grade 1 Book 1, John Lennon, Styx, Journey and 2 out of my league Beethoven pieces.


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#2704330 - 01/12/18 03:35 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Finished my first piece for this year. Still shaky but I want to move on.

01: Burgmuller: Op. 100 No. 7 - The Clear little Stream (Recording (Video) Burgmuller: Op. 100 No 7)

#2704397 - 01/12/18 06:59 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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01 Canope - Debussy, from Preludes Book 2 - Youtube

Probably should have waited a little longer before recording it but I just wanted to get one on the board. wink I'm looking to get through at least twelve of the preludes this year, and I've never listened to a performance of any of them so it's all directly interpreted from the sheet music, which is a great experience.

I also feel a bit of a fraud for posting in the beginners forum because, while I only picked up piano again last year, I had my first lesson 30 years ago and have played a few other instruments since then! Wanted to use this thread to track my progress though. Some nice recordings posted so far.

#2704519 - 01/13/18 08:02 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: Medden]  
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1.Horizon Variations - Max Richter
2.Schumann - Melody Op68 no 1

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#2704562 - 01/13/18 11:09 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: GoldmanT]  
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Originally Posted by GoldmanT

I also feel a bit of a fraud for posting in the beginners forum because, while I only picked up piano again last year, I had my first lesson 30 years ago and have played a few other instruments since then! Wanted to use this thread to track my progress though. Some nice recordings posted so far.


Don't worry at all, the ABF subforum is most definitely for beginners AND returners, and very much a "beginners and beyond" group. There are some really exceptional players who post regularly and take part in our online recitals, as well as the absolute beginners and those of us somewhere in between. All are welcome, all belong!

#2704587 - 01/13/18 12:06 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: GoldmanT]  
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Originally Posted by GoldmanT
I also feel a bit of a fraud for posting in the beginners forum because, while I only picked up piano again last year, I had my first lesson 30 years ago and have played a few other instruments since then! Wanted to use this thread to track my progress though. Some nice recordings posted so far.

Please don't feel that way. As barbaram mentioned this forum is for all adult learners, including those with many years of learning. Sharing of your performances and practice experience is invaluable. I would encourage you, and others, to participate in the upcoming recital. There are many that have been playing for 30+ years that participate ... it's inspiring and fun.


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#2704597 - 01/13/18 12:46 PM 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
3. Simple Gifts - arr. G. Benedetti

I love this little hymn. This arrangement is not quite as simple as the one I posted last year or the year before from the Faber Adult Piano Adventures.


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#2704667 - 01/13/18 06:05 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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I know a lot of the rules are up to each individual, but is there a certain standard we should set for ourselves when choosing pieces to learn? For instance, I learned Hedwig's Theme from Harry Potter about 5 days ago for fun, but it really only took me a couple hours to master it and I would definitely consider it below my level. Should I include this or not? Thank you!

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Pieces in Progress:
Invention No. 11 in G Minor - Bach
Dearly Beloved - Yoko Shimomura
Interstellar (Main Theme) - Arranged by Patrik Pietschmann
#2704670 - 01/13/18 06:18 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: gallantly]  
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Originally Posted by gallantly
I know a lot of the rules are up to each individual, but is there a certain standard we should set for ourselves when choosing pieces to learn? For instance, I learned Hedwig's Theme from Harry Potter about 5 days ago for fun, but it really only took me a couple hours to master it and I would definitely consider it below my level. Should I include this or not? Thank you!

I think you should, yes. The entire goal of this challenge is to learn more of the relatively easy material.


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#2704674 - 01/13/18 06:31 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: gallantly]  
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Originally Posted by gallantly
Should I include this or not?

Yes I would count it.

One of my goals this year for the challenge is to learn a piece and record it within 24 hours (this is only for a few throughout the year, not for all forty). That means the piece is going to be well below my level (whatever that means). But my goal is to learn to quickly take a piece of music and turn it into something without overthinking it.

This challenge is not necessarily about creating a repertoire of forty pieces at your level. I think that would be very difficult for most. The idea is to experience a varied set of music than you would otherwise. Most doing this challenge will include different levels of music and finished to a varied degree of completion (tempo, dynamics, etc).

Just keep moving, just keep playing.


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#2704675 - 01/13/18 06:37 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Okay, thank you Keslo and scorpio! Then Hedwig's Theme from Harry Potter is my second piece of the year.


Pieces in Progress:
Invention No. 11 in G Minor - Bach
Dearly Beloved - Yoko Shimomura
Interstellar (Main Theme) - Arranged by Patrik Pietschmann
#2704744 - 01/14/18 06:15 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: Medden]  
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1.Horizon Variations - Max Richter
2.Schumann - Melody Op68 no 1
3.Borodin - Polovetzian Dance

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#2704758 - 01/14/18 09:25 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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Just checking in. Still working on my recital piece. I can play it and I know where the dynamics go just one or two bars trip me up and a few hesitations here and there but it's coming along.

All of you are doing great keep up the great work!


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#2704791 - 01/14/18 11:22 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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A couple of people mentioned Pianist magazine earlier, and I do recommend it. Their 100th issue is coming out at the end of January. Their digital issues are sold via PocketMags, and they also have a very nice iPad app.

PocketMags has a mega sale ending today so worth subscribing before it ends: Sub is $24.99, 40% off!
https://pocketmags.com/us/pianist-magazine


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#2704850 - 01/14/18 02:14 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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#2705212 - 01/15/18 04:23 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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My second piece of the year is Bach Minuet in F, from Anna Magdalena Bach`s notebook (BWV Anh 113). I finished it today and tomorrow will start learning a new piece. This time something different - a song from a church hymn book called "God bless our souls."

#2705255 - 01/15/18 07:13 PM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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I also heard about this challenge from Piano Tv and would like to participate. It sounds like a lot of fun!

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Officially completed my first piece of the challenge (with a bunch more on the go):

Bach: Little Prelude in C major, BWV 924

I'm focusing on intermediate level Baroque and Classical music this year, since that's my major weakness. So far so good - I love Bach! Hoping to get through all of his preludes this year.

Originally Posted by lepetitchien

And I have also made my way through Edvard Grieg - Lyric Pieces Book 1, op.12 no.3 - Watchman's Song.


I am right about to learn this piece - how was it?

Originally Posted by birdsong222
I also heard about this challenge from Piano Tv and would like to participate. It sounds like a lot of fun!



Hey that's awesome! Nice to see you here. smile


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#2705377 - 01/16/18 08:03 AM Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018 [Re: scorpio]  
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birdsong222 - nice to have you onboard, welcome to Piano World.


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Last week's piece. Will take a look at some of the Schumann pieces in the Lvl 3 book next.

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


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My first song of the year is Lillium from Elfen Lied, I realised I learned the easy music box version. I will learn the full version too but for now this is number one.

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Two more to add 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
5 When Johnny Comes Marching Home


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You are tearing through Book 2, Birdgolf. Are there any of the above that you really liked/really hated, that you would like to warn me about? I'm still messing around with the first line of Circus March. I can play it slow, concentrating on the notes and the fingering, but if I try to speed it up I end up using the wrong fingers, and then running out of fingers before I run out of notes. LOL.


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I think learning the chords and notes in Bb major scale
makes these songs a little difficult. IMO all our fun songs
Which makes the struggle worth it. My problem has been
Looking at my fingers/notes too much and
Then I loose my place in the music. Good luck with Circus March.


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Finally got it right on the 16th January.
Time to play: 20 seconds
Time to learn: 4hrs 40mins over 16 days.
This took ages, my brain kept on slipping up on parts that I knew and had practised a lot. Just keep trying and it eventually works.

Next up: Ode to Joy.



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Originally Posted by Timmy J Size
#01 Red River Valley

Very nice first video. You are on your way now... keep up the good work.


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