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1) Franck Prelude op 18 - outo
2) H. Villa Lobos - Bachianas Brasileiras No.4 - I. Preladio - facdo (I hope I can learn it in time)
3) Denes Agay - Prelude to a Fairy Tale - Sam S
4) Bach - as many of the Five Little Preludes (BWV 939 - BWV 943) as I can have ready in time (working on the 4th at the moment) - barbaram
5) Bach - Prelude in Cminor #934 (working to get it ready)- Wisebuff
6) Ravel - Prelude from Le Tombeau de Couperin - Morodiene
7) Rachmaninoff - Prelude in G Minor Op 23 No 5 - Morodiene
8) JS Bach - Prelude in G Major BWV 860 (WTC1) - Morodiene
9) John Ireland - Three Preludes for Piano - Tim Adrianson
10) Paul Bowles - Six Preludes for Piano - Tim Adrianson
11) Alexander Scriabin - Preludes, Op 11, Nos. 3, 6, 9, 12, 15 - Tim Adrianson
12) Stephen Paulus - "Mysterious" and "Sprightly", from Preludes for Piano, Book 1 - Tim Adrianson
13) Richard Danielpour - "Childhood Memory", from The Enchanted Garden (Preludes, Book 1) - Tim Adrianson
14) Richard Danielpour - "Elegy", from The Enchanted Garden (Preludes, Book 2) - Tim Adrianson
15) Federico Mompou - Preludes, Nos. 5, 6, 8 - Tim Adrianson
16) Gabriel Faure - Preludes, Op. 103, Nos. 3, 4, 5 - Tim Adrianson
17) Heitor Villa Lobos - Preludes for Guitar Nos. 3, 4 (transcribed for piano, Brandao) - Tim Adrianson
18) JS Bach - Prelude in C Major BWV 846 - Jytte
19) Sergei Bortkiewicz - Prelude, Op 6, no.1 - Ganddalf
20) Nobuo Uematsu - Prelude - Calavera
21) Catherine Rollin - Prelude In D Flat Major -bSharp(C)yclist
22) Bach - Prelude No. 5 in D major WTC Book 1 (BWV 850) - Mati
23) Bach - Little prelude in c minor BWV 999 - lvojnovic
24) Chopin - Prelude in e minor op. 28 n.4 - lvojnovic
25) Blumenfeld - Prelude Op.12 no.4 - Ganddalf
26) Debussy - Prelude X ...(Canope) - SwissMS
27) JSB - Prelude in English Suite NO.2 - selfishplayer
28) Chopin - Prelude in E major op. 28. no. 9 - dumka1
29) Liadov - Prelude in Db major Op.10 No. 1 - PikaPianist
30) Bach - Little Prelude in C Major, BWV 939 - Tyrone Slothrop
31) J.S. Bach - Prelude in F minor, BWV881, WTC 2 - AssociateX
32) Scriabin - Prelude Op. 2 No. 2 - Pianist685

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1) Franck Prelude op 18 - outo
2) H. Villa Lobos - Bachianas Brasileiras No.4 - I. Preladio - facdo (I hope I can learn it in time)
3) Denes Agay - Prelude to a Fairy Tale - Sam S
4) Bach - as many of the Five Little Preludes (BWV 939 - BWV 943) as I can have ready in time (working on the 4th at the moment) - barbaram
5) Bach - Prelude in Cminor #934 (working to get it ready)- Wisebuff
6) Ravel - Prelude from Le Tombeau de Couperin - Morodiene
7) Rachmaninoff - Prelude in G Minor Op 23 No 5 - Morodiene
8) JS Bach - Prelude in G Major BWV 860 (WTC1) - Morodiene
9) John Ireland - Three Preludes for Piano - Tim Adrianson
10) Paul Bowles - Six Preludes for Piano - Tim Adrianson
11) Alexander Scriabin - Preludes, Op 11, Nos. 3, 6, 9, 12, 15 - Tim Adrianson
12) Stephen Paulus - "Mysterious" and "Sprightly", from Preludes for Piano, Book 1 - Tim Adrianson
13) Richard Danielpour - "Childhood Memory", from The Enchanted Garden (Preludes, Book 1) - Tim Adrianson
14) Richard Danielpour - "Elegy", from The Enchanted Garden (Preludes, Book 2) - Tim Adrianson
15) Federico Mompou - Preludes, Nos. 5, 6, 8 - Tim Adrianson
16) Gabriel Faure - Preludes, Op. 103, Nos. 3, 4, 5 - Tim Adrianson
17) Heitor Villa Lobos - Preludes for Guitar Nos. 3, 4 (transcribed for piano, Brandao) - Tim Adrianson
18) JS Bach - Prelude in C Major BWV 846 - Jytte
19) Sergei Bortkiewicz - Prelude, Op 6, no.1 - Ganddalf
20) Nobuo Uematsu - Prelude - Calavera
21) Catherine Rollin - Prelude In D Flat Major -bSharp(C)yclist
22) Bach - Prelude No. 5 in D major WTC Book 1 (BWV 850) - Mati
23) Bach - Little prelude in c minor BWV 999 - lvojnovic
24) Chopin - Prelude in e minor op. 28 n.4 - lvojnovic
25) Blumenfeld - Prelude Op.12 no.4 - Ganddalf
26) Debussy - Prelude X ...(Canope) - SwissMS
27) JSB - Prelude in English Suite NO.2 - selfishplayer
28) Chopin - Prelude in E major op. 28. no. 9 - dumka1
29) Liadov - Prelude in Db major Op.10 No. 1 - PikaPianist
30) Bach - Little Prelude in C Major, BWV 939 - Tyrone Slothrop
31) J.S. Bach - Prelude in F minor, BWV881, WTC 2 - AssociateX
32) Scriabin - Prelude Op. 2 No. 2 - Pianist685
33) Bach - Prelude in C, WTC 1 - Snejana


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1) Franck Prelude op 18 - outo
2) H. Villa Lobos - Bachianas Brasileiras No.4 - I. Preladio - facdo (I hope I can learn it in time)
3) Denes Agay - Prelude to a Fairy Tale - Sam S
4) Bach - as many of the Five Little Preludes (BWV 939 - BWV 943) as I can have ready in time (working on the 4th at the moment) - barbaram
5) Bach - Prelude in Cminor #934 (working to get it ready)- Wisebuff
6) Ravel - Prelude from Le Tombeau de Couperin - Morodiene
7) Rachmaninoff - Prelude in G Minor Op 23 No 5 - Morodiene
8) JS Bach - Prelude in G Major BWV 860 (WTC1) - Morodiene
9) John Ireland - Three Preludes for Piano - Tim Adrianson
10) Paul Bowles - Six Preludes for Piano - Tim Adrianson
11) Alexander Scriabin - Preludes, Op 11, Nos. 3, 6, 9, 12, 15 - Tim Adrianson
12) Stephen Paulus - "Mysterious" and "Sprightly", from Preludes for Piano, Book 1 - Tim Adrianson
13) Richard Danielpour - "Childhood Memory", from The Enchanted Garden (Preludes, Book 1) - Tim Adrianson
14) Richard Danielpour - "Elegy", from The Enchanted Garden (Preludes, Book 2) - Tim Adrianson
15) Federico Mompou - Preludes, Nos. 5, 6, 8 - Tim Adrianson
16) Gabriel Faure - Preludes, Op. 103, Nos. 3, 4, 5 - Tim Adrianson
17) Heitor Villa Lobos - Preludes for Guitar Nos. 3, 4 (transcribed for piano, Brandao) - Tim Adrianson
18) JS Bach - Prelude in C Major BWV 846 - Jytte
19) Sergei Bortkiewicz - Prelude, Op 6, no.1 - Ganddalf
20) Nobuo Uematsu - Prelude - Calavera
21) Catherine Rollin - Prelude In D Flat Major -bSharp(C)yclist
22) Bach - Prelude No. 5 in D major WTC Book 1 (BWV 850) - Mati
23) Bach - Little prelude in c minor BWV 999 - lvojnovic
24) Chopin - Prelude in e minor op. 28 n.4 - lvojnovic
25) Blumenfeld - Prelude Op.12 no.4 - Ganddalf
26) Debussy - Prelude X ...(Canope) - SwissMS
27) JSB - Prelude in English Suite NO.2 - selfishplayer
28) Chopin - Prelude in E major op. 28. no. 9 - dumka1
29) Liadov - Prelude in Db major Op.10 No. 1 - PikaPianist
30) Bach - Little Prelude in C Major, BWV 939 - Tyrone Slothrop
31) J.S. Bach - Prelude in F minor, BWV881, WTC 2 - AssociateX
32) Scriabin - Prelude Op. 2 No. 2 - Pianist685
33) Bach - Prelude in C, WTC 1 - Snejana
34) Bach - Prelude from Partita no. 1 in Bb - Pathbreaker

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To sign up to the Preludes Themed Recital, hit the quote button of the most recent post with the list in this thread, remove the quote in brackets at the beginning and end, and write the composer, title and your forum name.

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1) Franck Prelude op 18 - outo
2) H. Villa Lobos - Bachianas Brasileiras No.4 - I. Preladio - facdo (I hope I can learn it in time)
3) Denes Agay - Prelude to a Fairy Tale - Sam S
4) Bach - as many of the Five Little Preludes (BWV 939 - BWV 943) as I can have ready in time (working on the 4th at the moment) - barbaram
5) Bach - Prelude in Cminor #934 (working to get it ready)- Wisebuff
6) Ravel - Prelude from Le Tombeau de Couperin - Morodiene
7) Rachmaninoff - Prelude in G Minor Op 23 No 5 - Morodiene
8) JS Bach - Prelude in G Major BWV 860 (WTC1) - Morodiene
9) John Ireland - Three Preludes for Piano - Tim Adrianson
10) Paul Bowles - Six Preludes for Piano - Tim Adrianson
11) Alexander Scriabin - Preludes, Op 11, Nos. 3, 6, 9, 12, 15 - Tim Adrianson
12) Stephen Paulus - "Mysterious" and "Sprightly", from Preludes for Piano, Book 1 - Tim Adrianson
13) Richard Danielpour - "Childhood Memory", from The Enchanted Garden (Preludes, Book 1) - Tim Adrianson
14) Richard Danielpour - "Elegy", from The Enchanted Garden (Preludes, Book 2) - Tim Adrianson
15) Federico Mompou - Preludes, Nos. 5, 6, 8 - Tim Adrianson
16) Gabriel Faure - Preludes, Op. 103, Nos. 3, 4, 5 - Tim Adrianson
17) Heitor Villa Lobos - Preludes for Guitar Nos. 3, 4 (transcribed for piano, Brandao) - Tim Adrianson
18) JS Bach - Prelude in C Major BWV 846 - Jytte
19) Sergei Bortkiewicz - Prelude, Op 6, no.1 - Ganddalf
20) Nobuo Uematsu - Prelude - Calavera
21) Catherine Rollin - Prelude In D Flat Major -bSharp(C)yclist
22) Bach - Prelude No. 5 in D major WTC Book 1 (BWV 850) - Mati
23) Bach - Little prelude in c minor BWV 999 - lvojnovic
24) Chopin - Prelude in e minor op. 28 n.4 - lvojnovic
25) Blumenfeld - Prelude Op.12 no.4 - Ganddalf
26) Debussy - Prelude X ...(Canope) - SwissMS
27) JSB - Prelude in English Suite NO.2 - selfishplayer
28) Chopin - Prelude in E major op. 28. no. 9 - dumka1
29) Liadov - Prelude in Db major Op.10 No. 1 - PikaPianist
30) Bach - Little Prelude in C Major, BWV 939 - Tyrone Slothrop
31) J.S. Bach - Prelude in F minor, BWV881, WTC 2 - AssociateX
32) Scriabin - Prelude Op. 2 No. 2 - Pianist685
33) Bach - Prelude in C, WTC 1 - Snejana
34) Bach - Prelude from Partita no. 1 in Bb - Pathbreaker
35) Richard Bellak - Prelude #2 in D minor from "Fugal Dreams" - Seeker


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Hi everyone - the recital is open for submissions, so pledging to play something at this point is OK, but you may as well go ahead and submit. If you are ready, that is. I am not ready, so I shouldn't be offering advice, I guess. I thought that Agay prelude would be simple to learn quickly - yeah, right...

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Originally Posted by Sam S
Hi everyone - the recital is open for submissions, so pledging to play something at this point is OK, but you may as well go ahead and submit. If you are ready, that is. I am not ready, so I shouldn't be offering advice, I guess. I thought that Agay prelude would be simple to learn quickly - yeah, right...

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LOL Sam, same here. Just returned from WI so the trip was 3 days without practice, and had a n unexpected trip to Fargo which also ate up 3 days of practice I was counting on. Still I think I can get something respectable together even if it's by midnight of the 14th! smile


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I have been practicing the piano late nights and early mornings for the past month, so I have used my silent piano with headphones. Yesterday I tried with the grand and it was horribly out of tune...no wonder, it's been a while and winter suddenly arrived. So today I tried the upright. it wasa little better so I guess I will have to record with it, although this music plays way better with the grand. I just made one bad recording with a phone. There are a few memory failures, I haven't played this piece much lately, But if I cannot make anything better, I will have to upload this one..otherwise I'll miss yet another recital...

BTW, I accidently put the deadline on the 15th, which actually fits my work schedule better. So you will have until 9 pm on the 15th smile

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I had cardiac ablation last Thursday and am on Dr. requirements for "rest", whatever that means. Gradually I'm at the piano a few more minutes so I'm planning to record by the end of the week. My prelude won't be perfect but I've enjoyed learning it and offering it to the process.


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WiseBuff, I have no idea what cardiac ablation is, but it sounds serious. Good luck and I hope you feel better!

I submitted a recording, not the best, but about as well as I can do right now - too much stuff going on...

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BTW, I accidently put the deadline on the 15th, which actually fits my work schedule better. So you will have until 9 pm on the 15th smile

OO is that 9pm EST?


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Originally Posted by WiseBuff
I had cardiac ablation last Thursday and am on Dr. requirements for "rest", whatever that means. Gradually I'm at the piano a few more minutes so I'm planning to record by the end of the week. My prelude won't be perfect but I've enjoyed learning it and offering it to the process.

Looking forward to hearing it, and hoping you have a full and quick recovery!


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BTW, I accidently put the deadline on the 15th, which actually fits my work schedule better. So you will have until 9 pm on the 15th smile

OO is that 9pm EST?


Yes...very early in the morning on the 16th for me.

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I've decided to hold off on the Rachmaninoff Prelude for this recital, since it's not where I'd like it to be yet. I'll continue to work on it and perhaps submit it at the next Quarterly, but for this recital I'll just be submitting the Bach and the Ravel.

Ravel isn't quite where I'd like it, either, but I think I can get something decent recorded for that. I'll try recording this weekend, and most likely I'll want to have another shot at it on Tuesday. wink


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Took a try at a recording today and it seemed worth submitting. This is the first time in quite awhile I don't submit at the very last minute!

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Submitted! That was... painful 😅 The prelude is nowhere near where I wanted, but still decided to go with it. Let's see how it goes! I can't wait to listen to all of the pieces smile


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To sign up to the Preludes Themed Recital, hit the quote button of the most recent post with the list in this thread, remove the quote in brackets at the beginning and end, and write the composer, title and your forum name.

Sign-up list:
1) Franck Prelude op 18 - outo
2) H. Villa Lobos - Bachianas Brasileiras No.4 - I. Preladio - facdo (I hope I can learn it in time)
3) Denes Agay - Prelude to a Fairy Tale - Sam S
4) Bach - as many of the Five Little Preludes (BWV 939 - BWV 943) as I can have ready in time (working on the 4th at the moment) - barbaram
5) Bach - Prelude in Cminor #934 (working to get it ready)- Wisebuff
6) Ravel - Prelude from Le Tombeau de Couperin - Morodiene
7) Rachmaninoff - Prelude in G Minor Op 23 No 5 - Morodiene
8) JS Bach - Prelude in G Major BWV 860 (WTC1) - Morodiene
9) John Ireland - Three Preludes for Piano - Tim Adrianson
10) Paul Bowles - Six Preludes for Piano - Tim Adrianson
11) Alexander Scriabin - Preludes, Op 11, Nos. 3, 6, 9, 12, 15 - Tim Adrianson
12) Stephen Paulus - "Mysterious" and "Sprightly", from Preludes for Piano, Book 1 - Tim Adrianson
13) Richard Danielpour - "Childhood Memory", from The Enchanted Garden (Preludes, Book 1) - Tim Adrianson
14) Richard Danielpour - "Elegy", from The Enchanted Garden (Preludes, Book 2) - Tim Adrianson
15) Federico Mompou - Preludes, Nos. 5, 6, 8 - Tim Adrianson
16) Gabriel Faure - Preludes, Op. 103, Nos. 3, 4, 5 - Tim Adrianson
17) Heitor Villa Lobos - Preludes for Guitar Nos. 3, 4 (transcribed for piano, Brandao) - Tim Adrianson
18) JS Bach - Prelude in C Major BWV 846 - Jytte
19) Sergei Bortkiewicz - Prelude, Op 6, no.1 - Ganddalf
20) Nobuo Uematsu - Prelude - Calavera
21) Catherine Rollin - Prelude In D Flat Major -bSharp(C)yclist
22) Bach - Prelude No. 5 in D major WTC Book 1 (BWV 850) - Mati
23) Bach - Little prelude in c minor BWV 999 - lvojnovic
24) Chopin - Prelude in e minor op. 28 n.4 - lvojnovic
25) Blumenfeld - Prelude Op.12 no.4 - Ganddalf
26) Debussy - Prelude X ...(Canope) - SwissMS
27) JSB - Prelude in English Suite NO.2 - selfishplayer
28) Chopin - Prelude in E major op. 28. no. 9 - dumka1
29) Liadov - Prelude in Db major Op.10 No. 1 - PikaPianist
30) Bach - Little Prelude in C Major, BWV 939 - Tyrone Slothrop
31) J.S. Bach - Prelude in F minor, BWV881, WTC 2 - AssociateX
32) Scriabin - Prelude Op. 2 No. 2 - Pianist685
33) Bach - Prelude in C, WTC 1 - Snejana
34) Bach - Prelude from Partita no. 1 in Bb - Pathbreaker
35) Richard Bellak - Prelude #2 in D minor from "Fugal Dreams" - Seeker
36) Dmitri Shostakovich- Prelude and Fugue No.24 in D minor - Nardo Brown


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