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Don't panic! This is your early warning - the recital will open for submissions May 1st and go "live" May 15th. Details are at recitals.pianoworld.com, or you can ask your questions here.

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I should have it by then.....


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I might be brave and give this a go.

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Yes, you should!


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I'm going to try my Beethoven Sonata again as I've had a few more weeks of polish on it smile Also I may just be ready to add the second movement.


Now learning: Chopin C# minor Nocturne (posth), Mozart Sonata in C K. 545, R. Schumann Fantasy Dance, Joplin The Chrysanthemum
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That gives me just about a month to try and get my Franck ready, hope I'll manage that.


I've started playing January 2017, Nothing is too easy is where I keep track of my progress.

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Yes, you should!


Thanks for the vote of confidence.

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I have a Glass Metamorphosis and a new piece by Yan Tierson in the bag. Just have to decide which to show.

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My piece this month will illuminate (if not celebrate) the deepest, darkest aspects of sexual dominance and unbridled compulsion...and will not be a figment or phantom of the imagination...


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Originally Posted by Handyman
My piece this month will illuminate (if not celebrate) the deepest, darkest aspects of sexual dominance and unbridled compulsion...and will not be a figment or phantom of the imagination...


My piece this month will explore the staccato arpeggio, the inverted mordent, and the long trill, all in a minor key.

So I think Handyman has me beat!

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Man... you guys are deep!

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Originally Posted by Handyman
My piece this month will illuminate (if not celebrate) the deepest, darkest aspects of sexual dominance and unbridled compulsion...and will not be a figment or phantom of the imagination...


One for the Thought Police? We won't tell!

I got one from last year, which I thought I'd recorded but didn't. So I'll learn it again. Pretty bad when you can't even play your own stuff . . . .

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Originally Posted by Handyman
My piece this month will illuminate (if not celebrate) the deepest, darkest aspects of sexual dominance and unbridled compulsion...and will not be a figment or phantom of the imagination...


I see you too are a Nickelback fan.


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I am working on a piece. Will be ready by then. Thanks for the reminder...

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Originally Posted by Sam S
Originally Posted by Handyman
My piece this month will illuminate (if not celebrate) the deepest, darkest aspects of sexual dominance and unbridled compulsion...and will not be a figment or phantom of the imagination...


My piece this month will explore the staccato arpeggio, the inverted mordent, and the long trill, all in a minor key.

So I think Handyman has me beat!

Sam


Not so sure about this Sam - dominance has it's devotees, but there is something inherently and compellingly sexy about staccato arpeggios, inverted mordents and long trills - and especially in a minor key...


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Originally Posted by Handyman
My piece this month will illuminate (if not celebrate) the deepest, darkest aspects of sexual dominance and unbridled compulsion...and will not be a figment or phantom of the imagination...


Will you be submitting a video? shocked

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Don't forget the recital!

I have a jury coming up at school, so you would think that I would have something ready to go. But everything seems to be in a ragged, unfinished condition.

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Can you submit more than one piece?

I've currently got three different pieces coming together now.

I doubt I'll get recordings for all three in a form for a recital but there is a decent chance I'll get recordings from two of them appropriate for a recital.

I'm probably missing something super obvious, is there a recital FAQ and necessary info I can read somewhere?

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No, only one piece for the quarterly recital. You can submit more on the themed recitals though. There is more info in the link on the first post of this thread.


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