Very nice - wonderful playing. Yes, I have a piano.
Thank you Jerry,
Just put here some more details how I have re-started the piano after I stopped play for more than 20 years:
-forget what I was and what I should be, just accept and face what I am. The sound could be terrible, the fingers could be completely out of control at the beginning, just accept it.
-I bought a second hand piano which is much below my budget, one of the reasons is that I was not confident that I can really re-start play.
-I have an important audience, who can tell me "this time is better";"you are not playing your music","I like this part","I really don't like it"...
-The first two weeks, I started with the pieces that I still know well. BACH invention, Rondo alla Turca, Mozart sonata n16 and some pieces of Debussy.
-The third week-fifth week, I started with Goldberg variations and Liszt-Paganini etude 6 Theme and Variations (the first 4 variations). almost 50%,50%. The Liszt etudes caused me some finger pains, but it improves the technic very fast. It is not recommended, maybe a Chopin etude would be better, but just to try something different.
-Once I had the feeling of "[censored]-off" by playing or listening, it means a big step forward.
-sixth week: I give up Liszt because I really don't like it. I am focused on Bach (80%) and other pieces such as Schubert impromptu 142 no 3.
-BACH is the key for this kind of exercise. I am sure everybody with a conservatory background can still remember some of them.
-Some days I won't play anything.