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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018
scorpio #2795146 12/25/18 02:29 PM
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Update for December and the end of 2018 (a total of 50)

From Rick Robertson Kaleidoscope Volume 1 (https://pianopronto.com/composers-community/rick-robertson/rick-robertson-kaleidoscope-volume-1/ )

46. The Carillon Rings
47. The Lonely Shepherd
48. Look to the Stars


From Ludovico Einaudi (grade piano pieces - from Preparatory to Grade 2)

49. Una Mattina
50. The Earth Prelude


It has been a great year!


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scorpio #2796009 12/28/18 07:05 AM
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Here is my final list for 2018.

1. Rebikov, Valse miniature (Pianist 91)
2. Fanny Mendelssohn, Melodie, Op. 4 No 2 (Pianist 94)
3. Scarlatti, Sonata K322 (Pianist 91)
4. Goedicke, Tanz
5. C. Petzold, Menuett in G
6. Majkapar, Der Schmetterling
7. J. S. Bach, Minuet in D Minor, "Anna Magdalena Bach Notebook", BWV Anh.132
8. J. S. Bach, Polonaise in G Minor, BWV Anh. 119
9. J. S. Bach, Invention 13
10. R. Schumann, Träumerei
11. F. Chopin, Nocturne in C sharp minor, op. posth
12. Beethoven, Op. 49 Nr. 2, M. 1
13. K. Weber, Valse in A
14. Rossi, Super Stomp Rag
15. Rossi, In the Hall of the Jazz Kings
16. Tchaikovsky, Old French Melody, Op. 39 No. 16
17. Tchaikovsky, Morning Prayer Op. 39 No. 1
18. Tchaikovsky, The Sick Doll Op. 39 No. 7
19. C. Graupner, Bourrèe
20. Maikapar, Tarantella, Op. 33, No 6
21. Beethoven, Op. 49, No 2, M. 2
22. Scarlatti, K 34
23. Scarlatti, K 40
24. R. Schumann, Melody, Op. 68 No. 1
25. R. Schumann, Soldier's March, Op. 68 No. 2
26. R. Schumann, First Sorrow, Op. 68 No. 16
27. Scarlatti, K 87
28. R. Schumann, Von fremden Ländern und Menschen
29. Granados, Dedicatoria
30. Schumann, Sizilianisch
31. Schumann, Happy Farmer
32. S. Wood, Cool
33. Bach, Prelude in E minor, BWV 938
34. Grieg, Waltz in E minor
35. Streabbog, Op 64 No 1
36. Tansman, Both Ways (Happy Time B.1)
37. Tansman, Little Gavotte (Happy Time B.1)
38. Tansman, Waltzing (Happy Time B.1)
39. Tansman, Common Tones (Happy Time B.1)
40. Tansman, Arabia (Happy Time B.1)
41. Tansman, Frolic (Happy Time B.1)
42. Tansman, Shadow (Happy Time B.1)
43. Tansman, Sailors' Dance (Happy Time B.1)
44. Tansman, Lullaby (Happy Time B.1)
45. Tansman, Reflections (Happy Time B.1)
46. Tansman, Little Stroll (Happy Time B.1)
47. Tansman, Melody (Happy Time B.1)
48. Tansman, Popular Air (Happy Time B.1)
49. Tansman, Dreams (Happy Time B.1)
50. Tansman, Obsession (Happy Time B.1)
51. Beethoven, Sonatina in F, M. 1

Thank you, scorpio!

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Happy New Year to everyone!
It was a wonderful experience and a great year for which I was able to learn many different musical compositions.
Thanks to the organizers and participants for this wonderful and useful competition.
Congratulations to everyone who was able to study 40 songs and even more - this is an incredible result! Keep it up!

P.S.: By the way, in order not to forget already learned compositions, you need to play each at least once a week. And then the repertoire can be huge. I read this advice in the book of the great pianist J. Hofmann. And I try to stick to it myself - while it works smile


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2018
scorpio #2796318 12/28/18 09:07 PM
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Thank you, scorpio, for managing this thread.

My final list is:

1. Bartok, Bela: Joc cu Bata Sz. 56 no. 1
2. Burgmuller, Friedrich: Progress op.100 no. 6
3. Purcell, Henry: Minuet in A Minor
4. Purcell, Henry: Trumpet Tune
5. Corelli, Archangelo: Sarabande
6. Brubeck, Dave: Lost Waltz
7. Bartok, Bela: Braul Sz. 56 no. 2
8. Burgmuller, Friedrich: Limpid Stream op.100 no. 7
9. Bach, J. S., Polonaise in G Minor
10. Bach, Johann Sebastian, Musette
11. Debussy, Claude: The Little Shepherd
12. Bartok, Bela: Pe-loc Sz. 56 no. 3
13. Handel: Gavotte and Variations in G, HWV 441
14. Bartok, Bela: Buciumeana Sz. 56 no. 4
15. Bartok, Bela: Poarga Românească Sz. 56 no. 5
16. All the Pretty Little Horses (by ear)
17. Lavender’s Blue (by ear)
18. Skye Boat Song (by ear)
19. Polly, Put the Kettle On (by ear)
20. I Saw Three Ships (by ear)
21. Scarborough Fair (by ear)

No where near 40, though I probably sight-read more than that.

One thing I'm grateful for the "40 Pieces Per Year" concept was that my teacher decided to add some regular "quicker and easier" pieces to my lessons, in addition to the stretch pieces and etudes that I work on all year. We also added playing by ear, which just helps with everything. (Thank you to my hard-working and perceptive teacher!)


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and I am going to fail the challenge because my final pieces of the year are:
21- the end theme of Haven and 22- the second etude in Hlaváč cycle of poetic etudes smile

I had set my goal at 26 so I am not that depressed and it really improved my music reading ability. Now I can play easier pieces straight with both hands and do not have to count and memorize every note, which is pretty liberating. I have started learning a bit trickier pieces and plan on working on more of them. That is why I am more or less sure that I will fail again next year but I will try and it is fun. Therefore, thank you for letting me join! smile and thank you for all the inspiration.

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There's no minute like the last minute! I better update my list before the year is over. I didn't make it to 40 - not even halfway - but I'm happy with my piano year. I've made a lot of progress and am looking forward to next year!

10. Kabalevsky, Limping Little Goat, Op 89 No 19
11. Kabalevsky, Trumpet and Drum, Op 89 No 20
12. Donkin, Heroes of the Galaxy
13. Donkin, Witches and Wizards
14-16. Clementi, Sonatina in C, Op 36 No.1 (I'm counting each movement as a separate piece, gotta make up the numbers!)
17. Kabalevsky, Clowns, Op 39 No 20
18. Tiersen, Comptine d`un autre ete - l`apres-midi (in Alysia's online class)
19. Tchaikovsky, Morning Prayer

Happy New Year, everyone!


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scorpio #2797024 12/31/18 08:32 AM
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Updating my final list for the year! Happy New Year to everyone!

Books I use: Essential Piano Repertoire, Keith Snell Prep Level (KSPL), Essential Piano Repertoire, Keith Snell Level 1 (KSL1), First Lessons in Bach (FLB1 and FLB2), Russian Music for Piano Book 1 (RM1), The Music of Denes Agay (MDA)
Fundamental Keys (FK)

1. Sonatina Minuet, C.H. Wilton (KSPL)
2. Minuet, Gurlitt (KSPL)
3. Trumpet Tune, Gurlitt (KSPL)
4. Relay Race, Gurlitt (KSPL)
5. Five Note Sonatina, Bolck (KSPL)
6. Allemande, Schein (KSL1)
7. Minuet, Telemann (KSL1)
8. All of My Love, Jones and Plant, duet Arr. Dan Coates
9. Waltz in A Minor, Chopin
10. Minuet #2, Bach (FLB1, #2)
11. Minuet #3, Bach (FLB1, #3)
12. Scherzo, Bach (FLB2, #9)
13. Petite Piece No. 5, Goedicke (RM1)
14. Feuille d'album Op. 11, No.14 W. Landstein (RM1)
15. Gavotte, Telemann (KSL1)
16. Minuet, Rameau (KSL1)
17. Quadrille, Haydn (KSL1)
18. Minuet, Hook (KSL1)
19. Minuet, JC Bach (KSL1)
20. Dance, Turk (KSL1)
21. Minuet, Reinagle (KSL1)
22. Morning Song, Diabelli (KSL1)
23. Bagatelle, Diabelli (KSL1)
24. Round Dance, Beyer (KSL1)
25. Musette, Bach (FLB1, #11)
26. Etude in A Minor, Kohler (KSL1)
27. Sonatina, Gurlitt (KSL1)
28. The Hunt, Gurlitt (KSL1)
29. The Harp, Schytte (KSL1)
30. Gavotte, Bach (FLB1 #15)
31. Fanfare, Agay (MDA)
32. Whistling Twins, Agay (MDA)
33. Psalm, Agay (MDA)
34. Minuet, Bach (FLB2, #5)
35. Let There Be Peace On Earth, Arr. Dan Coates
36. Scherzo, Schytte (KSL1)
37. Melody for the Left Hand, Schytte (KSL1)
38. The Shepherd's Flute, Salutrinskaya (KSL1)
39. Russian Folk Song, Beethoven (FK)
40. Minuet, Bach (FLB1, #1)
41. Russian School of Piano Playing, pages 1-19 (short little 1-2 line songs)
42. Basic Timing for the Pianist, 105 exercises


In progress:
Working through First Lessons in Bach and Russian Music Book 1

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Congratulations to all who participated in this year's challenge!

And especially to those that did meet either the "offical" goal (40 pieces) or their own personal goal.

I for my part "only" met my personal goal (>=20 pieces), but I met this well, with 25 pieces completed and 10 more pieces worked on.

Here's my final list for 2018:

Previously completed:

1 Sonata No. 11 - Variation V from Movement 1 (KV 331, 300i) (no recording) (by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
2 Farewell to Cheyenne <Recording> (by Ennio Morricone, arranged by Jan Koláček)
3 Sonata No. 11 - Variation VI from Movement 1 (KV 331, 300i) (no recording) (by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
4 Sonata No. 11 - Menuetto from Movement 2 (KV 331, 300i) (no recording) (by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
5 Sonata No. 11 - Trio from Movement 2 (KV 331, 300i) (no recording) (by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
6 Klavierstück "Lustig und traurig" (WoO 54, "Happy-Sad Bagatelle") <Recording> (by Ludwig van Beethoven)
7 La Candeur (Opus 100, No. 1) <Recording> (by Friedrich Burgmüller)
8 Volksliedchen (Folk Song, Opus 68, Album für die Jugend / Album for the Young) <Recording> (by Robert Schumann)
9 Arabesque (Opus 100, No. 2) <Recording> (by Friedrich Burgmüller)
10 Gymnopédie No. 1 <Recording> (by Erik Satie)
11 Walzer (Opus 39, No. 3) <Recording> (by Johannes Brahms)
12 Pastorale (Opus 100, No. 3) <Recording> (by Friedrich Burgmüller)
13 Petite Réunion (Opus 100, No. 4) <Recording> (by Friedrich Burgmüller)
14 Goodbye Blue Sky <Recording> (by Pink Floyd, arranged by Daniel Redly)
15 Innocence <Recording> (by Friedrich Burgmüller)
16 Abendmusik (Evening Music - Opus 99, No. 12) <Recording> (by Robert Schumann)
17 Hedwig's Theme - Harry Potter <Recording> (by John Williams)
18 Sonata No. 25 (Opus 79), 2nd Movement - Andante <Recording> (by Ludwig van Beethoven)
19 Married Life (from the Movie "Up") <Recording> (by Michael Giacchino)
20 Enchanted Waterfall <Recording> (by Martha Mier)
21 Winter Splendor <Recording> (by Martha Mier)
22 Hills of Purple Heather <Recording> (by Martha Mier)
23 Moments Musicaux No. 2 (Opus 94, D 780) <Recording> (by Franz Schubert)
24 Walzer (Opus 39, No. 15 in A-flat major) <Recording> (by Johannes Brahms)

Newly completed (but without recording, I'm planning to submit this for the next ABF recital, so I will do a recording then):

25 Einsame Blumen (Opus 82, Waldszenen) (no recording) (by Robert Schumann)

Seriously worked on but not yet completed (those will probably appear again in the challenge next year, or so):

26 Sonata No. 10 (Opus 14, No. 2), 2nd Movement - Andante (by Ludwig van Beethoven)
27 Song without Words (Opus 85, No. 1) (by Felix Mendelssohn)
28 Sonata No. 25 (Opus 79), 1st Movement - Presto alla tedesca (by Ludwig van Beethoven)
29 Nothing Else Matters (by Metallica)
30 Eintritt (Opus 82, Waldszenen) (by Robert Schumann)

Repeat from last year (had to re-learn it, because of not playing it again since last year, due to its seasonal nature as a Christmas piece):

31 Die Domglocken in der Christnacht (by Ernst Simon)

Honorable mentions (worked on, but not too seriously, on hold for now for various reasons):

32 Sonata No. 12 (KV 332, 300k), 1st Movement - Allegro (by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
33 The New Doll (by P. I. Tchaikovsky)
34 The Doll's Illness (by P. I. Tchaikovsky)
35 The Doll's Funeral (by P. I. Tchaikovsky)

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Scorpio, I'm adding my thanks for making this work.

I will post my list, such as it is, tonight when I get home, but I just wanted to say that even though I didn't make 40 this year, the thought of making 40, and the resulting relaxation from not having to be perfect, was with me throughout the year.

I add my vote to the idea of relieving the monitor from having to count and keep a list up to date - I don't go back to the official count at the beginning anyhow, the real benefit for me is first, the community and inspiration, second, getting ideas from other people's lists.

So if the group becomes a post in which we all keep our own lists up to date, and let others see what we're up to and possibly get some good new ideas, I'm all for it.


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Thank you for the support. After looking at the responses I decided to continue. There really is not much involved, I was just feeling a bit guilty not being as active as I wanted.
And thank you to JoBert for his offer to take the reins.

In any case, the new thread for 2019 is open!

I wish you all a happy new year, and continued progress with your piano.


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Thanks Scorpio for being admin, and I agree with others that keeping the first page updated is not necessary! Thanks to everyone who does take time to record and share their lists, as it’s great for finding new composers and works. Happy New Year to everyone!

I haven’t been active here since March, although I’ve popped in now and then to listen to recordings. After having right trigger thumb surgery at the end of last year, I tore ligaments in my left thumb in April which took an even longer time to heal (and right after getting my new piano too, so real bummer!). I also had a solo art show in September, so the summer was spent furiously making art and piano practice was very limited.

So I had to downgrade my goal to 20 pieces, and relieve more stress by not trying to record them (at least for now). I will join again for 2019 although I have a few big work projects and lots of travel... Recently I’ve been enjoying learning more complex pieces so maybe a goal of 20 pieces in 2019 with lots of simple sight-reading will work better for me.

So here's my list of 20 and looking forward to hitting "Reset" tomorrow!

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01. Samuil Maykapar – Waltz, Op. 28, No. 5 from Essential Keyboard Repertoire, Volume 2 (Alfred Publishing) [Soundcloud]
02. Wynn-Anne Rossi – Super Stomp Rag (piano with SFX) (JA1) [Soundcloud]
03. Wynn-Anne Rossi – In the Hall of the Jazz Kings (JA1) [Soundcloud]
04. Wynn-Anne Rossi – Practice the Piano Blues (JA1) [Soundcloud]
05. Wynn-Anne Rossi – Bird in the Bebop (JA1) [Soundcloud]
06. Wynn-Anne Rossi – California Cool (JA1) [Soundcloud]
07. Wynn-Anne Rossi – Jazzy Classic (JA1) [Soundcloud]
08. Wynn-Anne Rossi – Battle in Carnegie Hall (JA1) [Soundcloud]
09. Wynn-Anne Rossi – Metamorphic Rock (JA1) [Soundcloud]
10. Denes Agay – Bouffons (Gigue) from Petit Trianon Suite. [Soundcloud]
11. Chopin – Waltz in A minor, B150 (posthum)
12. John Kember – Where and When (Pianist #63)
13. Tchaikovsky – The New Doll (Op. 39, No. 9)
14. John Kember – One Step Ahead (Pianist #63)
15. Erroll Garner – Misty (Alfred EPS/S&J)
16. Harry Warren – At Last (Alfred EPS/S&J)
17. Michael Legrand – What are you doing the rest of your life? (Alfred EPS/S&J)
18. Duke Ellington – In a Sentimental Mood (Alfred EPS/S&J)
19. Handel – Fantasia in D minor (Pianist #100)
20. Satie – First Gymnopédie

JA1 = Jazzin’ Americana Book 1 (Alfred Publishing).

Alfred EPS/S&J – Alfred Easy Piano Songs/Standards & Jazz. 50 classics from the "Great American Songbook". Estimate @ Grade 2–3. I found them easy to learn, with just enough complexity to sound satisfying. My goal was to learn jazz this year, but I found I was happy just to play some easy standards and get to know the tunes and composers for now. Recommended.

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So, between a little Mikrokosmos at the beginning of the year, and Christmas Carols at the end, a few more than I thought!

Once more, a pleasure to read everyone's lists, and get inspired by the group's progress. On to 2019!


1 Beethoven 6 Bagatelles Op 126 #3
2 Bartok Mikrokosmos Book 3, *80, Homage a R Schuman
3 Bartok Mikrokosmos Book 3, *82, Scherzo
4 Bartok Mikrokosmos Book 3, *77,Little Study
5 Bartok Mikrokosmos Book 3, *68, Study in Chords
6 Bartok Mikrokosmos Book 3, *77, Thirds
7 Bach Invention #3
8 Bach Sinfonia #3
9 Debussy Clair de Lune, 1st Half
10 Bach Aus Meines Herzes Grande -Chorale
11 Haydn Sonata No. 33 C minor Hob XVI/20 third movement
12 Chopin Waltz in A minor
13 Chopin Album Leaf
14 Chopin Mazurka in C Maj 67/ n 3
15 Chopin Cantabile in b-flat
16 Chopin Prelude in E minor op 28
17 Chopin Prelude in B minor, op 28
18 Scarlatti K 291/L61 - Sonate in E
19 Mozart KV 103 Menuette
20 Mozart Rondo in D KV 485
21 Scarlatti Sonate in C K 159
22 trad. , Fireside Book of Folksongs Angels we have Heard on High
23 trad. , Fireside Book of Folksongs Jeannette, Isabella
24 trad. , Fireside Book of Folksongs Adeste Fidelis
25 trad. , Fireside Book of Folksongs Good King Wenceslas
26 Handel Joy to the World
27 Mendelssohn Hark the Herald Angels Sing
28 trad. , Fireside Book of Folksongs Silent Night


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