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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2019 [Re: Tyrone Slothrop] #2809223
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1. Samuel Arnold, Gigue (Keyboard Musician)
2. Emil Söchting, Reflections (Keyboard Musician)
3. John LaMontaine, Highland Song (Keyboard Musician)
4. Alexander Tcherepnin, Joy and Tears (Keyboard Musician)
5. Minka (Russian folk song) (Keyboard Musician)
6. Frances Clark, Peaceful Valley (Keyboard Musician)
7. Frances Clark, Off-Beat (Keyboard Musician)
8. James Hook, Minuetto (Keyboard Musician)


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2019 [Re: scorpio] #2809265
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Hi everyone! I'd like to join the 40 pieces a year challenge as well please. My teacher is a proponent of a 'repertoire-rich' curriculum so hopefully I'll make it and improve my sight reading in the process.


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2019 [Re: scorpio] #2809348
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1. L'Arabesque, Burgmüller (25 progressive studies Op. 100 no. 2)


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2019 [Re: scorpio] #2809907
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1 Allegro Grazioso, Biehl
2 Moonlight Sonata, Beethoven
3 Strawberry Malt, N. Faber
4 Mazurka in F Major, N.F.
5 Polka, Secondo and Prima
6 Greensleeves, Traditional English
7 The Spy, N.F.
8 Dance in F Major, W.A. Mozart
9 Silver Rain Etude. N.F.
10 French Minuet, Jean-Baptiste Lully


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2019 [Re: Purrblast] #2810163
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1. Bouree in e minor (BWV 996) - J.S. Bach <youtube link>
2. Sonatina in C Major 1st mov. (Op 36. No 1/1) - M. Clementi <youtube link>
3. Little Prelude in C Major (BWV 939) - J.S. Bach <youtube link> (trills are 16th notes, advised by my teacher, as my hand was going to tense with 32nds; so most likely I will revisit this piece in the future)

Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2019 [Re: scorpio] #2810679
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1. Nearer My God to Thee - Bastien Religious Favorites
2. Early One Morning - English Folk Song
3. Desert Gold - Alfred 2A Performance
4. Heart of My Heart - Favorite Melodies the World Over
5. The Autograph - Alfred 2A
6. Bells of London - English Folk Tune
7. The Answering Machine - Alfred 2A
8. Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis - Favorite melodies the World Over
9. Classic Dance - Alfred 2A


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2019 [Re: scorpio] #2811382
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1) Cafe Vienna (Alfred's AIO, Level 1) <SoundCloud>
2) Fantasia in G minor, by Telemann (Essential Keyboard Repertoire, Volume 1) <SoundCloud>
3) Rock It Away! (Alfred's AIO, Level 1) <SoundCloud>
4) Lullaby (Alfred's AIO, Level 1) <SoundCloud>
5) Minuet in G Major, BWV Anh. 114, from the Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach (Essential Keyboard Repertoire, Volume 1) [<SoundCloud>
6) Ländler, by Schubert (Trinity- 2015-2017 syllabus) <SoundCloud>
7) Cockles and Mussels (Alfred's AIO, Level 1) <SoundCloud>
8) Got Those Blues (Alfred's AIO, Level 1) <SoundCloud>
9) Minuet in F, L. Mozart (Essential Keyboard Repertoire, Volume 1) <SoundCloud>


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2019 [Re: scorpio] #2811424
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1. Milne, Elissa - Sqaure-O
2. Bartok, Bela - Mikrokosmos #23
3. Norton, Christopher - Driving Range
4. Krieger, Johann - Minuet in A Minor
5. Yellow Rose of Texas - Traditional, arr. A. van Betuw
6. Diabelli, Anton - Etude in C Major, Op. 125, no. 3


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2019 [Re: facdo] #2811987
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1 - Burgmuller Op.100 No.1, La Candeur - youtube
2 - Burgmuller Op.100 No.2, Arabesque - youtube
3 - Burgmuller Op.100 No.3, Pastorale - youtube
4 - Burgmuller Op.100 No.4, Petite Reunion - youtube
5 - Burgmuller Op.100 No.5, Innocence - youtube
6 - Burgmuller Op.100 No.6, Progres - youtube

Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2019 [Re: scorpio] #2811998
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facdo,
I just binge-watched all your videos. Great going! Are you planning to do all 25 in order?


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2019 [Re: Tech-key] #2812242
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Originally Posted by Tech-key
facdo,
I just binge-watched all your videos. Great going! Are you planning to do all 25 in order?

Thank you! That is the plan. But these are progressive studies, they are getting harder, I don`t know if I will be able to keep up learning a new one every week.

Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2019 [Re: scorpio] #2812344
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facdo, I too have enjoyed all 6 of your Burgmuller videos. Nice playing!!!


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2019 [Re: Tyrone Slothrop] #2812572
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1. Samuel Arnold, Gigue (Keyboard Musician)
2. Emil Söchting, Reflections (Keyboard Musician)
3. John LaMontaine, Highland Song (Keyboard Musician)
4. Alexander Tcherepnin, Joy and Tears (Keyboard Musician)
5. Minka (Russian folk song) (Keyboard Musician)
6. Frances Clark, Peaceful Valley (Keyboard Musician)
7. Frances Clark, Off-Beat (Keyboard Musician)
8. James Hook, Minuetto (Keyboard Musician)
9. V. Brumberg, Regrets (Keyboard Musician)
10. Alexander Tcherepnin, Relays (Keyboard Musician)
11. Fritz Spindler, Immortelle (Keyboard Musician)


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2019 [Re: mom3gram] #2812734
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Originally Posted by mom3gram
facdo, I too have enjoyed all 6 of your Burgmuller videos. Nice playing!!!

Thank you, I am glad that you enjoyed smile

Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2019 [Re: Superman2048] #2813065
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1. O Sole Mio - E.di Capua (Alfred's Basic Adult Piano Course Lesson Book 1)
2. Jericho (Alfred's BAPCLB1)
3. Greensleeves (Alfred's BAPCLB1) Youtube
4. Go Down, Moses (Alfred's BAPCLB1) Youtube
5. Scarborough Fair (Alfred's BAPCLB1) Youtube


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2019 [Re: scorpio] #2813133
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Tech-key your recordings have convinced me to put the Essential Keyboard Repertoire, Volume 1 on my list of books to get. Thanks for the recordings!


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Tech-key your recordings have convinced me to put the Essential Keyboard Repertoire, Volume 1 on my list of books to get. Thanks for the recordings!

Thanks a lot, Chili_Time! I love this collection. It's the most 'value for money' book I've got in recent times. The 100 pieces in it should keep me working for many many years. At least, I hope so!


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Originally Posted by Tech-key
Originally Posted by Chili_Time
Tech-key your recordings have convinced me to put the Essential Keyboard Repertoire, Volume 1 on my list of books to get. Thanks for the recordings!

Thanks a lot, Chili_Time! I love this collection. It's the most 'value for money' book I've got in recent times. The 100 pieces in it should keep me working for many many years. At least, I hope so!


Hey Tech-key! I love your recordings! The sound is so clear and much more enjoyable to listen to than my youtube clips lol! How do you do it? What do you use to record your practice? I assume you plug your digital piano to your pc and record it with a recording software?


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Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2019 [Re: Superman2048] #2813464
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Originally Posted by Superman2048
Hey Tech-key! I love your recordings! The sound is so clear and much more enjoyable to listen to than my youtube clips lol! How do you do it? What do you use to record your practice? I assume you plug your digital piano to your pc and record it with a recording software?

Thanks Superman! I wouldn't say these are more enjoyable than your youtube clips. Personally, I enjoy watching videos much more smile

Coming to the recording part, I find it very confusing. My user-name is such a misnomer! I just use a USB 2.0 Cable A-Male to B-Male (standard printer cable) and connect it to my Mac. Then record the MIDI using GarageBand. Thereafter, I convert the recorded MIDI to an mp3 file using GarageBand itself. You can use the free Audacity software too. I've read it works just as well.

Starting out, most of my information came from reading this article.

Since you are uploading videos (which is just fab), you'll get a better result, if you can record the audio separately and mix it with the video. There are some free softwares for that too. But since I don't have any hands-on with those, I probably shouldn't recommend anything particular.

BTW, I see that you have finally tamed your left hand pinky and uploaded such a nice rendition of Scarborough Fair. Well done thumb. Looking forward to more such videos!


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Originally Posted by Tech-key

Thanks Superman! I wouldn't say these are more enjoyable than your youtube clips. Personally, I enjoy watching videos much more smile

Coming to the recording part, I find it very confusing. My user-name is such a misnomer! I just use a USB 2.0 Cable A-Male to B-Male (standard printer cable) and connect it to my Mac. Then record the MIDI using GarageBand. Thereafter, I convert the recorded MIDI to an mp3 file using GarageBand itself. You can use the free Audacity software too. I've read it works just as well.

Starting out, most of my information came from reading this article.

Since you are uploading videos (which is just fab), you'll get a better result, if you can record the audio separately and mix it with the video. There are some free softwares for that too. But since I don't have any hands-on with those, I probably shouldn't recommend anything particular.

BTW, I see that you have finally tamed your left hand pinky and uploaded such a nice rendition of Scarborough Fair. Well done thumb. Looking forward to more such videos!


Thank you Tech-key you're too kind! smile I've downloaded Audacity, will try some pieces with audio only and maybe mix them together with the clips!

I have finally tamed my pinky haha! One thing I found out with that piece is that I need to work on my hand independence laugh I'm looking forward to your uploads too! Oh which reminds me, I hear good things about Essential Repertoir. Would you say it's useful for someone like me (5 months practice)? Are the pieces in the book ordered from easy to hard or random put together? Bye happy playing!


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