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I am adding two German dances from Beethoven. The second one in A major is actually from the set for Violin and Piano WoO 42. I am pretty much playing the original piano part but the very last measure where I play the melody from the violin.

1. Jewgeni Tetzel - Prelude
2. Balys Dvarionas - Prelude
3. Alexander Goedicke - Tanz
4. Jean-Baptiste Duvernoy - Etude in C major, Op. 176: No. 24
5. Alexander Gretschaninow - Kinderalbum, Op. 98: No. 1 - Kleines Maerchen
6. Dmitri Kabalewski - 24 kleine Stücke für Klavier, Op. 39: No. 10 - Marsch
7. Johann Krieger - Minuet in A minor
8. Ludwig Schytte - 25 easy Etudes, Op. 160: No. 18 in F major
9. J.S. Bach - Two-Part Inventions, No. 4 in D minor (BWV 775)
10. Isaak Berkowitsch - 50 little Etudes, No. 26 in D minor
11. Alexander Purimow - Der Ball
12. Samuil Maykapar - Spielereien, Op. 28: No. 10 - Kleines Maerchen
13. Alexander Gretschaninow - Kinderalbum, Op. 98: No. 13 - Mazurka (Erinnerung)
14. Carl Czerny - Etude in C major
15. Henry Purcell - Air in D minor, ZT 676
16. Johann Christoph Graupner - Bourrée in E minor, GWV 827
17. Elena Gnesina - Etude in D major
18. Jean-Baptiste Weckerlin - Chansons et rondes enfantines, No. 22 - Autrefois le rat de ville
19. Georg Philipp Telemann - Fantasie für Cembalo TWV 33:14 in C major - Gavotte
20. Aram Khachaturian - Klänge der Kindheit für Klavier, No. 1 - Seilspringen
21. Carl Czerny - Erster Lehrmeister, Op. 599: No. 19 in C major
22. Samuil Maykapar - 20 Pedal Preludes, Op. 38: No. 18 in A minor
23. Dmitri Kabalewski - 24 kleine Stücke für Klavier, Op. 39: No. 13 - Lyrischer Waltz
24. Alexander Goedicke - 20 little pieces for beginners, Op. 6: No. 4 in D minor
25. Alexander Goedicke - 20 little pieces for beginners, Op. 6: No. 6 in A minor
26. Ludwig van Beethoven - Sonatina in G major, Anh. 5, No. 1: I. Moderato
27. Ludwig van Beethoven - Sonatina in G major, Anh. 5, No. 1: II. Romanze
28. Dmitri Kabalewski - 30 Klavierstücke für junge Spieler, Op. 27: No. 2 - Kleines Lied
29. Béla Bartók - Für Kinder Band I, Sz. 42: No. 15 - Kinderstück
30. Béla Bartók - First Term at the Piano, Sz. 53: No. 12 - Volkslied
31. Félix Le Couppey - L'alphabet, Op. 17: No. 6 in C major
32. Béla Bartók - Für Kinder Band I, Sz. 42: No. 1 - Spielende Kinder
33. Robert Schumann - Album für die Jugend, Op. 68: No. 5 - Stückchen
34. Arvids Zilinskis - Etude in G major
35. Laurent de Saint-Luc - Bourrée in G major
36. Ludwig van Beethoven - 12 Deutsche Tänze, WoO 8: No. 1 in C major
37. Ludwig van Beethoven - 6 Deutsche Tänze, WoO 42: No. 4 in A major

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Originally Posted by AndresVel
Very impressive list facdo! I am sure a lot of effort must have gone to learn and polish all of those pieces. I liked them all. The Schubert was my favorite! (a bit biased though, because I love Schubert :P). This is on the contrary one of my favorite impromptus. I would love to see your take on the other three from that set. The etude was also very impressive. You did an amazing job in all of them.
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Oh, thank you very much! I also love Schubert. I am doing the entire Op.90, currently working on the Impromptu No.2. I hope to have it recorded in a month or so.

I listened to some of your recordings and I liked them a lot. Great job with the Beethoven sonatina. Very clean technique and nice tone. Your progress is really amazing. Also, your upright piano sounds really good. I am looking forward to follow your progress smile


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1. Moody Blues, For My Lady, circa 1972
2. Matt Munro's Walk Away, circa 1965
3. Martin Denny's The Enchanted Sea piano cover, circa 1957
4. Bond. James Bond. Piano cover of Froom Russia With Love instrumental by Mel Taylor and the Magics, circa 1965
5. Piano cover of Sleepwalk Composed and recorded by Santo and Johnny, circa 1959. Also recorded by the Ventures and the Shadows.
Backing track credit to Jose Churacca, found him on Youtube. Many thanks!
6. From Tea for the Tillerman, Cat Stevens, 1970 Sad Lisa
7. From the Elton John 1973 album of the same name Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
8. From the 1965 Beatles album Rubber Soul, Michelle
9. Inspired by the "5 pieces to play instead of Fur Elise" thread Ivan Sings Aram Khatchaturian

10. The Crystal Ship by The Doors, circa 1967. Song that was on the “B” side of Light My Fire

11. White Rabbit Written by Grace Slick, performed by Jefferson Airplane at Woodstock 1969
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1 Arietta (No. 1 from Lyriske småstykker, Op. 12) by Edvard Grieg
2. Abide with Me arranged by Jerry Ray
3. Waltz in E minor, Op. 38 No. 7 by Edvard Grieg
4. Create in Me a Clean Heart by Keith Green/arr. by Philip Keveren

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Two more added to the list. Still long way from 40 but I'm going to hit 40 before 2022.

On the Classic Minuet I finally tried a little faster tempo. I notice that I often learn a piece but never push the tempo much. I never trust in myself to try faster tempo and I need to practice faster tempo more often. I then had some fun with piano sounds on the Romance piece.

1. The Sick Doll
2. Jurassic Park Theme
3. Singn' My Song
4. Titanic Theme
5. Arioso in F
6. Minuet in G
7. Renassiance Dance
8. Follow The Leader
9. Heart of Gold (few chords)
10. Allegro
11. Vivace
12.Unchained Melody (first time from a lead sheet)
13. The Brave Horseman
14.Romace(sight read)
15. Hunting Horns
16. Classic Minuet
17. Romace

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Another short piece recorded! I really like this Minuet and can play it quite well by now, but I just couldn’t get a nice video recording of it. Tried maybe 12 times or so. Sometimes it started bad and ended horribly, other times I nailed it and then the very last note came out completely wrong. Oh well.


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5. Theme by Mozart (Sonata in A major transposed to G major) (PA book 1) youtube
6. Greensleeves (PA book 1) youtube
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8. Old German Dance, Michael Praetorius (Keith Snell essential piano repertoire prep grade)
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10. Yakety Yak, The Coasters (faber's studio selections level 2A) youtube
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12. Can't Help Falling in Love, Elvis Presley youtube
13. Our Land, Kabalevsky (russian school of piano book 1a) youtube
14. Bella Ciao (flowkey’s easy arrangement) youtube
15. Can-Can, Offenbach (faber PA book 1) youtube
16. Un Bel Di, from Puccini’s Madame Butterfly (my teacher’s arrangement) youtube
17. Minuet, by Reinagle (Keith Snell essential piano repertoire prep grade) youtube


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Sebs, I’m currently learning your number 6, Minuet in G (or at least an easy arrangement, by Faber)!

Your classic minuet tempo sounds right to me. There are some videos on YouTube of people dancing minuets (complete with the dresses and wigs and all!). I found it helpful to watch a couple of those videos to get a feeling for what the tempo should be smile


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Originally Posted by facdo
Oh, thank you very much! I also love Schubert. I am doing the entire Op.90, currently working on the Impromptu No.2. I hope to have it recorded in a month or so.

I listened to some of your recordings and I liked them a lot. Great job with the Beethoven sonatina. Very clean technique and nice tone. Your progress is really amazing. Also, your upright piano sounds really good. I am looking forward to follow your progress smile
Thank for the nice words facdo. Looking forward to your next submissions as well

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11. White Rabbit Written by Grace Slick, performed by Jefferson Airplane at Woodstock 1969
For when you really want to just pound on the keyboard...
I liked this one a lot trooplewis. I did not know the song before, although I have heard about the band. Very well played smile


Originally Posted by Sebs
Two more added to the list. Still long way from 40 but I'm going to hit 40 before 2022.

On the Classic Minuet I finally tried a little faster tempo. I notice that I often learn a piece but never push the tempo much. I never trust in myself to try faster tempo and I need to practice faster tempo more often. I then had some fun with piano sounds on the Romance piece.


16. Classic Minuet
17. Romace
Very good submissions Sebs! Regarding your comment on tempo, do not hesitate to push yourself a bit outside of your comfort zone. You might be surprised by the outcome smile I think you did great on both pieces. On a side note, I really like your metronome, it matches perfectly smile

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17. Minuet, by Reinagle (Keith Snell essential piano repertoire prep grade) youtube
I actually think you did a very good recording. Do not be so hard on yourself. Recording makes things more complicated, but it is a very good exercise. I was very bad at the beginning when I started doing recordings of my playing. It would take me a lot of takes to get it right. Over time and with the help of this challenge, things have improved. It is not perfect yet but I definitely feel more comfortable when recording. Keep the hard work smile


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After a short trip and quite a bit of work, I finally found the time to record some more. Here two new pieces, my take on the famous Minuet in G major, and a dancy one which I liked a lot. Both are very fun to play

1. Jewgeni Tetzel - Prelude
2. Balys Dvarionas - Prelude
3. Alexander Goedicke - Tanz
4. Jean-Baptiste Duvernoy - Etude in C major, Op. 176: No. 24
5. Alexander Gretschaninow - Kinderalbum, Op. 98: No. 1 - Kleines Maerchen
6. Dmitri Kabalewski - 24 kleine Stücke für Klavier, Op. 39: No. 10 - Marsch
7. Johann Krieger - Minuet in A minor
8. Ludwig Schytte - 25 easy Etudes, Op. 160: No. 18 in F major
9. J.S. Bach - Two-Part Inventions, No. 4 in D minor (BWV 775)
10. Isaak Berkowitsch - 50 little Etudes, No. 26 in D minor
11. Alexander Purimow - Der Ball
12. Samuil Maykapar - Spielereien, Op. 28: No. 10 - Kleines Maerchen
13. Alexander Gretschaninow - Kinderalbum, Op. 98: No. 13 - Mazurka (Erinnerung)
14. Carl Czerny - Etude in C major
15. Henry Purcell - Air in D minor, ZT 676
16. Johann Christoph Graupner - Bourrée in E minor, GWV 827
17. Elena Gnesina - Etude in D major
18. Jean-Baptiste Weckerlin - Chansons et rondes enfantines, No. 22 - Autrefois le rat de ville
19. Georg Philipp Telemann - Fantasie für Cembalo TWV 33:14 in C major - Gavotte
20. Aram Khachaturian - Klänge der Kindheit für Klavier, No. 1 - Seilspringen
21. Carl Czerny - Erster Lehrmeister, Op. 599: No. 19 in C major
22. Samuil Maykapar - 20 Pedal Preludes, Op. 38: No. 18 in A minor
23. Dmitri Kabalewski - 24 kleine Stücke für Klavier, Op. 39: No. 13 - Lyrischer Waltz
24. Alexander Goedicke - 20 little pieces for beginners, Op. 6: No. 4 in D minor
25. Alexander Goedicke - 20 little pieces for beginners, Op. 6: No. 6 in A minor
26. Ludwig van Beethoven - Sonatina in G major, Anh. 5, No. 1: I. Moderato
27. Ludwig van Beethoven - Sonatina in G major, Anh. 5, No. 1: II. Romanze
28. Dmitri Kabalewski - 30 Klavierstücke für junge Spieler, Op. 27: No. 2 - Kleines Lied
29. Béla Bartók - Für Kinder Band I, Sz. 42: No. 15 - Kinderstück
30. Béla Bartók - First Term at the Piano, Sz. 53: No. 12 - Volkslied
31. Félix Le Couppey - L'alphabet, Op. 17: No. 6 in C major
32. Béla Bartók - Für Kinder Band I, Sz. 42: No. 1 - Spielende Kinder
33. Robert Schumann - Album für die Jugend, Op. 68: No. 5 - Stückchen
34. Arvids Zilinskis - Etude in G major
35. Laurent de Saint-Luc - Bourrée in G major
36. Ludwig van Beethoven - 12 Deutsche Tänze, WoO 8: No. 1 in C major
37. Ludwig van Beethoven - 6 Deutsche Tänze, WoO 42: No. 4 in A major
38. Christian Petzold - Minuet in G major (BWV Anh. 114)
39. Arvids Zilinskis - Lettische Polka


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Originally Posted by Maira713
Sebs, I’m currently learning your number 6, Minuet in G (or at least an easy arrangement, by Faber)!

Your classic minuet tempo sounds right to me. There are some videos on YouTube of people dancing minuets (complete with the dresses and wigs and all!). I found it helpful to watch a couple of those videos to get a feeling for what the tempo should be smile

I look forward to hearing it. Your Minuet, by Reinagle was great. I also notice you do a drop of the hands to start and I do that too very often. To me it's like jumping in let's go! haha


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After a short trip and quite a bit of work, I finally found the time to record some more. Here two new pieces, my take on the famous Minuet in G major, and a dancy one which I liked a lot. Both are very fun to play

38. Christian Petzold - Minuet in G major (BWV Anh. 114)
39. Arvids Zilinskis - Lettische Polka

Great work. I like that you play the mordents in the Minuet, then it has me wondering is a mordent a trill? I never did that when I played it was enough effort to play it as simple as possible for me. Are you going to upgrade your challenge to 50 pieces a year since you're almost to 40?

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Phew! Finally made to halfway point and I have a couple more almost ready to record. I will add that I still find myself putting so much pressure as I hit record but it's getting better the more I do it.


1. The Sick Doll
2. Jurassic Park Theme
3. Singn' My Song
4. Titanic Theme
5. Arioso in F
6. Minuet in G
7. Renassiance Dance
8. Follow The Leader
9. Heart of Gold (few chords)
10. Allegro
11. Vivace
12. Unchained Melody (first time from a lead sheet)
13. The Brave Horseman
14. Romace(sight read)
15. Hunting Horns
16. Classic Minuet
17. Romace
18. Classic Minuet
19. Shepherd’s Flute
20. Canon in C

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facdo, what a lovely performance of the Schubert Impromptu. I couldn’t help but note how relaxed you seem, which is a real accomplishment with this piece.

I also wanted to thank everyone who gave me nice comments on my version of this piece. I was away on vacation so missed them at the time. I wanted to re-record it (or the Moments Musicaux) after I had my piano tuned and share it in the quarterly recital. However my piano tuner was also on vacation, so I ended up with just a few days to record. Trying to record something in just a few days triggered my nerves and it was like the more I recorded the worse it got! The one “decent” recording was from pretty early on but the sound quality was poor and in the end I decided to pass on the recital. Maybe it is for the best though, so nobody had to suffer through the same Impromptu twice. smile I have learned from this experience—first to give myself beyond ample time to record in advance of the recital (I thought three days would suffice and it did not), and second to try to spend at least a little time trying to figure out how to get a better recording.

I have one piece to add to my list that I didn’t record. I had it near performance-ready before my trip but once I got back (after not playing for weeks) I had just lost interest in it. It’s a nice little piece but a little repetitive. I am also sharing the imperfect (ha!) recording of the Impromptu that I didn’t use for the recital, because even though I was ultimately unhappy with it, it does show the further work I put in on the piece. I still want to re-record the Moments Musicaux as well, but I have now memorized it and when I start recording my nerves manifest as memory slips! So I will wait until it is more securely memorized.


1. Chopin, Prelude Op. 28 No. 20
2. Scarlatti, Sonata in F minor K.466
3. Bach, Prelude in C minor BWV 847
4. Bach, Fugue in C minor BWV 847
5. Mozart, Sonata K570, first movement
6. Grieg, Op. 12 No.1 Arietta
7. Scriabin, Prelude Op. 16 No. 4
8. Mozart, Sonata K570, second movement
9. Granados, Valses Poéticos, No. 3
10. Grieg, Saebygga (Op. 17 No. 21)
11. Granados, Valses Poéticos, No. 6
12. Zipoli, Fughetta in E minor
13. Schubert, Moments Musicaux Op. 94 No. 2
14. Schubert, Impromptu Op. 90 No. 2 (new recording)
15. Rebikow, Feuilles D’Automne Op. 29 No. 1


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Great work. I like that you play the mordents in the Minuet, then it has me wondering is a mordent a trill? I never did that when I played it was enough effort to play it as simple as possible for me. Are you going to upgrade your challenge to 50 pieces a year since you're almost to 40?
Hola Sebs, I am glad you liked my submissions.AFAIK, a mordent only includes three notes, the target note, the pitch below, and then the target note again. A trill is similar but the second note is the pitch above, and I also think that a trill can be played longer than only three notes. I hope I am right. I someone knows better, please jump in :))
Regarding the challenge, I do not have a set goal. I will just try to keep learning pieces smile. Let's see how many I end up having at the end of the year smile

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Phew! Finally made to halfway point and I have a couple more almost ready to record. I will add that I still find myself putting so much pressure as I hit record but it's getting better the more I do it.

19. Shepherd’s Flute
20. Canon in C
Great job Sebs!! Good job reaching your first 20. Keep the hard work :))

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facdo, what a lovely performance of the Schubert Impromptu. I couldn’t help but note how relaxed you seem, which is a real accomplishment with this piece.

I also wanted to thank everyone who gave me nice comments on my version of this piece. I was away on vacation so missed them at the time. I wanted to re-record it (or the Moments Musicaux) after I had my piano tuned and share it in the quarterly recital. However my piano tuner was also on vacation, so I ended up with just a few days to record. Trying to record something in just a few days triggered my nerves and it was like the more I recorded the worse it got! The one “decent” recording was from pretty early on but the sound quality was poor and in the end I decided to pass on the recital. Maybe it is for the best though, so nobody had to suffer through the same Impromptu twice. smile I have learned from this experience—first to give myself beyond ample time to record in advance of the recital (I thought three days would suffice and it did not), and second to try to spend at least a little time trying to figure out how to get a better recording.

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I am adding the piece I submitted for the last ABF recital and an additional one I had been working for some months. I would have loved a better recording of the Schumann, but I will not have time to make one in the coming weeks, so this one it is.

1. Jewgeni Tetzel - Prelude
2. Balys Dvarionas - Prelude
3. Alexander Goedicke - Tanz
4. Jean-Baptiste Duvernoy - Etude in C major, Op. 176: No. 24
5. Alexander Gretschaninow - Kinderalbum, Op. 98: No. 1 - Kleines Maerchen
6. Dmitri Kabalewski - 24 kleine Stücke für Klavier, Op. 39: No. 10 - Marsch
7. Johann Krieger - Minuet in A minor
8. Ludwig Schytte - 25 easy Etudes, Op. 160: No. 18 in F major
9. J.S. Bach - Two-Part Inventions, No. 4 in D minor (BWV 775)
10. Isaak Berkowitsch - 50 little Etudes, No. 26 in D minor
11. Alexander Purimow - Der Ball
12. Samuil Maykapar - Spielereien, Op. 28: No. 10 - Kleines Maerchen
13. Alexander Gretschaninow - Kinderalbum, Op. 98: No. 13 - Mazurka (Erinnerung)
14. Carl Czerny - Etude in C major
15. Henry Purcell - Air in D minor, ZT 676
16. Johann Christoph Graupner - Bourrée in E minor, GWV 827
17. Elena Gnesina - Etude in D major
18. Jean-Baptiste Weckerlin - Chansons et rondes enfantines, No. 22 - Autrefois le rat de ville
19. Georg Philipp Telemann - Fantasie für Cembalo TWV 33:14 in C major - Gavotte
20. Aram Khachaturian - Klänge der Kindheit für Klavier, No. 1 - Seilspringen
21. Carl Czerny - Erster Lehrmeister, Op. 599: No. 19 in C major
22. Samuil Maykapar - 20 Pedal Preludes, Op. 38: No. 18 in A minor
23. Dmitri Kabalewski - 24 kleine Stücke für Klavier, Op. 39: No. 13 - Lyrischer Waltz
24. Alexander Goedicke - 20 little pieces for beginners, Op. 6: No. 4 in D minor
25. Alexander Goedicke - 20 little pieces for beginners, Op. 6: No. 6 in A minor
26. Ludwig van Beethoven - Sonatina in G major, Anh. 5, No. 1: I. Moderato
27. Ludwig van Beethoven - Sonatina in G major, Anh. 5, No. 1: II. Romanze
28. Dmitri Kabalewski - 30 Klavierstücke für junge Spieler, Op. 27: No. 2 - Kleines Lied
29. Béla Bartók - Für Kinder Band I, Sz. 42: No. 15 - Kinderstück
30. Béla Bartók - First Term at the Piano, Sz. 53: No. 12 - Volkslied
31. Félix Le Couppey - L'alphabet, Op. 17: No. 6 in C major
32. Béla Bartók - Für Kinder Band I, Sz. 42: No. 1 - Spielende Kinder
33. Robert Schumann - Album für die Jugend, Op. 68: No. 5 - Stückchen
34. Arvids Zilinskis - Etude in G major
35. Laurent de Saint-Luc - Bourrée in G major
36. Ludwig van Beethoven - 12 Deutsche Tänze, WoO 8: No. 1 in C major
37. Ludwig van Beethoven - 6 Deutsche Tänze, WoO 42: No. 4 in A major
38. Christian Petzold - Minuet in G major (BWV Anh. 114)
39. Arvids Zilinskis - Lettische Polka
40. J. S. Bach - Two-Part Inventions, No. 8 in F major (BWV 779)
41. Robert Schumann - Album für die Jugend, Op. 68: No. 7 - Jägerliedchen


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facdo, I think you did a great job with the Impromptu. I listened to your previous version on reddit and thought it was pretty impressive, maybe a bit too much pedal for my taste on the runs wink. The extra 30 hours were certainly well invested, the end result is fantastic! Keep up the good work!

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Greta is back!!!!! :DD lol ... lovely to have you around again :))


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Saan, I think it's a great pity that you didn't submit your version. I listened to it and really couldn't understand what you didn't like about it, because I thought it was very good! I just hope that in a few years I can deliver an equally convincing performance.
I would have loved to listen to your version of Rebikov's piece. When I read your description of it, I thought I didn't think it was so bad when I learned it two years ago. Then I discovered that all the pieces in Opus 27 are "Feuilles D'Automne" and I learned #3, not #1. After listening to the real piece, I have to agree with you, it is a bit repetitive.

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Thank you, Andres! I am also glad to be back smile. Congratulations on your incredible progress. I really enjoyed your recording of Invention 8. Really great! It is not an easy piece, none of them are (please don't ask me how I know). The other recordings of yours are also very well done!

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About 2 months ago, while I was preparing my pieces for the GAS Recital and the Quaterly, my pedal unit broke. I had to put all the pieces aside and find something else that could do without pedal. I had a backup piece for the Quaterly Recital, but then at the last moment I decided I didn't like it at all.
So I was without a pedal for almost two months. I practiced, but recorded almost nothing. Somehow I didn't even have the time or motivation to upload the pieces I recorded before. Now I finally found the time to sort at least some of the recordings I made previously.

1) Wynn-Anne Rossi, Pasos locos (Música Latina, Bk 2)(Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
2) Cécile Chaminade, Idylle, Op. 126 No. 1 (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
3) Amy Beach, Pierrot and Pierrette, Op. 25 No. 4 (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
4) Louise Farrenc, Étude in A Minor, Op. 50 No. 2 (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
5) Barbara Arens, Moonbeams (From "Rendezvous with Midnight") (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
6) C. Gurlitt, Little Flowers, Op. 205 No. 3 (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
7) Barbara Arens, Looking back (From "Rendezvous with Midnight") (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
8) Barbara Arens, Summer Moonlight (From "Rendezvous with Midnight")(Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
9) C. Gurlitt, Little Flowers, Op. 205 No. 4 (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
10) Agathe Backer Grøndahl, Sommervise, Op 45 No 3 (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
11) C. Gurlitt, Little Flowers, Op. 205 No. 5 (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
12) C. Gurlitt, Little Flowers, Op. 205 No. 6 (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
13) Mel Bonis, Impromptu "Gai Printemps", Op. 11 No. 1 (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
14) M. Clementi, Op. 36 no. 4 m. 1 (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
15) C. Gurlitt, Little Flowers, Op. 205 No. 7 (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
16) C. Gurlitt, Little Flowers, Op. 205 No. 8 (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
17) M. Clementi, Op. 36 no. 4 m. 2 (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
18) A. Ilyinsky, Berceuse, Op.13 No.7 (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
19) C. Gurlitt, Little Flowers, Op. 205 No. 9 (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
20) M. Mier, October Morning ("Romantic Impressions", B. 2) (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
21) Bach/Kempff, Siciliano from Flute Sonata No. 2, BWV 1031 (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
22) C. Gurlitt, Little Flowers, Op. 205 No. 12 (Soundcloud,hearthis.at)
23) Marcello/Bach, Adagio, BWV 974 (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
24) M. Clementi, Op. 36 no. 4 m. 3 (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
25) M. Mier, Dreams Bright and Beautiful ("Romantic Impressions", B. 2) (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
26) Wynn-Anne Rossi, Vals Peruano ("Música Latina", Bk 2) (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
27) Wynn-Anne Rossi, Cotton Pickin' Blues ("Jazzin' Americana", B. 2) (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
28) M. Mier, Persistent Rhythm ("Jazz, Rags & Blues", B. 3) (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
29) M. Mier, Nocturne ("Romantic Impressions", B. 2) (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
30) W.-A. Rossi, Carnaval! ("Música Latina", Bk 2) (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
31) M. Mier, Pine Cone Rag ("Jazz, Rags & Blues", B. 3) (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
32) M. Clementi, Op. 36 no. 5 m. 1 (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
33) M. Mier, At a Sidewalk Cafe ("Romantic Impressions", B. 2) (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)
34) W.-A. Rossi, Walk On, Basie! (Jazzin' Americana, B. 2) (Soundcloud, hearthis.at)

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