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Welcome to the Beginner Pieces Themed Recital. Links to the recordings are in the posts following this one. Please refrain from commentary in this thread. Take any and all comments to the General Discussion Thread for this recital.

Thank you!

In addition to the recordings below, and the zip files linked below, we have an online streaming player. Just click on the link to hear all the recital pieces without having to download the zip files:

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For the convenience of forum members, we also have a collection of zip files. This makes it easier to create personal CDs and playlists.

These zip files have been posted at the following URLs:

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zip4.zip
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zip9.zip
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zip11.zip

And here is the index to past recitals:

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Have fun listening, and remember, post your comments in the Discussion Thread.

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From:Sweden
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Video link:https://youtu.be/6NNhmbvOi8c
Title of piece:Floating down the river
Composer:Martha Mier & Dennis Alexander
Duration:01:05
Source of music:Alfred's Premier Piano Course Lesson Book 2
Instrument used:Kawai VPC1 with Pianoteq Bechstein DG D 282
Recording method:Audio: digital to Macbook
Video: iPhone
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Additional info:This is one of my "short studies" that I do instead of sight reading. I make a recording of the ones that I like the best.


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Performer's name:Greta99
From:Germany
Direct music link:click to download
Home page link:https://soundcloud.com/user-513119297
Title of piece:Obsession, Waltzing, Both Ways, Arabia, Frolic, Reflections, Lullaby, Little Stroll, Melody from "Happy Time" Book 1
Composer:Tansman, Alexandre
Duration:05:33
Source of music:sheet music
Instrument used:Kawai CA-58
Recording method:Digital piano
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Additional info:Alexandre Tansman (1897 - 1986) was born in Poland, but spent most of his life in Paris. As composer he concentrated chiefly on the symphonic and chamber music, but also wrote a lot of pieces for beginners. The preface in my copy of "Happy time" calls him "one of the most important composers in the world". I think, it may be a slight exaggeration, but I found his pieces interesting.
Book 1 of "Happy time" is labelled as "primary", but the pieces vary greatly in difficulty, from preparatory (Waltzing, Obsession) to Grade 4 (Melody).


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From:Germany
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Title of piece:Sonatas K 34, K 40 and K 431
Composer:Scarlatti, Domenico
Duration:02:24
Source of music:sheet music
Instrument used:Kawai CA-58
Recording method:Digital piano
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Additional info:Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757) is mostly known for his 555 keyboard sonatas. Some of them slow and lyrical, some fast and dazzling. There are several of them that are approachable by a beginner. The most famous of them, and rightly so, is k 32. For this recital I selected another 3 short sonatas: k 34, k 40 and k 431. All of them are only one page long. I omitted the repeats to keep the recording short.


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From:Germany
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Title of piece:Dedicatoria, from "Cuentos de juventud", Op. 1 no. 1
Composer:Granados, Enrique
Duration:00:46
Source of music:sheet music
Instrument used:Kawai CA-58
Recording method:Digital piano
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Additional info:"Dedicatoria" by Spanish composer Enrique Granados (1867 - 1916) is only one page long, technically undemanding and so beautiful! Give it a try.


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Performer's name:bSharp(C)yclist (Dan)
From:California
Experience:5 and 1/2 years now, actually 6 years in December!
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Video link:https://youtu.be/0kKt9JgHXV4
Title of piece:Reflections
Composer:Dennis Alexander
Duration:01:10
Source of music:RCM 4 Repertoire Book
Instrument used:Yamaha C3X
Recording method:Cell Phone
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Additional info:I think the timing of this Beginner themed recital was perfect! I stopped lessons back in May, life got busy quickly. I've been going back to easier pieces and practicing/playing in a more relaxed manner and really focusing on eliminating tension from my playing. I think once you eliminate tension from your playing, piano is easy smile Seriously, this time of reflection has given me a different outlook on practice.

I started to take notice of tension in my body throughout the day, with simple things like typing and writing with a pen. I found that I would grip the pen like it was the last pen on the planet. So I tried to write with less tension, as if my hand was dead and I needed to use my arm and body to move it. At first, the writing was sloppy, but over time you refine the movement to make it cleaner.

I also watched a YT video recently where Emma suggests to play with the idea of loose hands, similar to what I described above. The sound will be sloppy to start, but it gets cleaner over time as you practice using your body to produce the sounds, and eliminate any tension after each note played.

That's the best I can describe it and it's been the biggest game changer for me in my practice.

Happy practicing smile

PS - The other pieces submitted don't have much of a description. Below are all the pieces I submitted. These are pieces I've seen played at many children recitals smile

* Reflections (Dennis Alexander)
* When the Planets are Aligned (Nancy Telfer)
* Song of Twilight (Yoshinao Nakada)
* Clowns (Kabalevsky)
* A Pleasant Morning - Op. 63, No. 1 (Louis Streabbog)
* Sonatina C Major - Op 36, No 1, Mvmt 1 (Clementi)
* Sonatina G Major - Op 36, No 2, Mvmt 3 (Clementi)


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Performer's name:KevinM
From:Sheffield, UK
Experience:5
Direct music link:click to download
Video link:https://vimeo.com/559922539/68d47df324
Home page link:https://soundcloud.com/sheffieldkevin/sets/my-progress
Title of piece:Romance from Eine Kleine Nacht Musik K525 2nd Movement, Piano transcription by Clem Virgo
Composer:Mozart
Duration:01:57
Source of music:Piano Mix 3 book. Great arrangements for Easy Piano published by ABRSM
Instrument used:MP11SE, using the Boesendorfer Imperial virtual piano from VSL
Recording method:Recorded directly from the virtual piano player application on my mac mini.
Comment Policy:General Comments only: Polite, supportive, suggestions for improvement
Additional info:My Dad was a big Mozart fan and he died earlier this year. I could not attend the funeral, I am in the UK and it was not possible to enter Australia at the time. I wanted to contribute something to the funeral without doing an eulogy via video link. I was asked to choose the music for the funeral and knowing Dad's taste I kept it to Mozart. The funeral started with the Adagio from Mozart's Clarinet Concerto in A Major and finished with Laudate Dominum from The Requiem.

In the middle of the funeral there was to be a video slide show. I put together the slide show and had less than 14 days to decide on an appropriate piece of music that I could learn from scratch in time to be played with the video slide show. The funeral required 3 minutes of music.

Once I learnt the piece I realized it was only 2 minutes long. Luckily I was able to copy the middle 1 minute and padded that on to the end. If you listen to the audio recording, it is just under 2 minutes while the linked video with slide show is 3 minutes.


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Performer's name:KevinM
From:Sheffield, UK
Experience:5
Direct music link:click to download
Video link:https://vimeo.com/613946105
Home page link:https://soundcloud.com/sheffieldkevin/sets/my-progress
Title of piece:In The Hall of the Mountain King from Peer Gynt, Suite No. 1, Op. 42, Piano transcription by Martin White
Composer:Grieg
Duration:01:53
Source of music:Piano Mix 3 book. Great arrangements for Easy Piano published by ABRSM
Instrument used:MP11SE, using the Boesendorfer VC280 virtual piano from VSL
Recording method:Recorded directly from the virtual piano player application on my mac mini.
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Additional info:This was fun to learn. I lengthened it a bit by repeating the first 5 rows. I felt the building of the climax was missing a little.e


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Performer's name:Animisha
From:Sweden
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Title of piece:To fly like an eagle
Composer:Anne Crosby Gaudet
Duration:00:36
Source of music:Celebration series - The piano Odyssey - Introductory
Instrument used:Casio Privia PX150
Recording method:iphone
Comment Policy:General Comments only: Polite, supportive, suggestions for improvement
Additional info:One of the first pieces that I played once I had given up on the ludicrous idea of self-teaching. I do the best I can with the gestures but it is hard to relax my hands.
I still think that this is a lovely beginners' piece. Strong sounds, contrasts, playing across the whole keyboard and pedaling - but still quite possible for a beginner to learn.


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Performer's name:winterflower
Experience:Plenty.
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Title of piece:A Morning Sunbeam
Composer:Florence Price
Duration:00:49
Source of music:https://imslp.org/wiki/A_Morning_Sunbeam_(Price%2C_Florence)
Instrument used:Pianoteq 7: Bechstein
(Since these are beginner pieces, I can demo Pianoteq instruments I don't own.
Also, I think I always used preset 'warm'.)
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Additional info:After PianogrlNW's entry in the Female Composers recital, I decided to browse Florence Price's IMSLP page and thought that this would fit with the Beginner's themed recital.

Actually I think I should just listen to recordings of Florence Price's music, much of which isn't for the piano.

My favorite section was the middle.

Now one question is whether this piece somehow influenced my compositions below.

Or any other comments welcome.


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Performer's name:winterflower
Experience:Plenty.
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Title of piece:Pool of the Unicorn
Composer:winterflower
Duration:00:24
Source of music:composition
see [url]
https://docdro.id/yFA3Ydy
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Instrument used:Pianoteq 7: Petrof Mistral
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Additional info:Experiment with a key signature with some sharps, since some of these are thought to be more ergonomic than all ivory key signatures. So this is in E-major.

Perhaps if I wanted to take that all the way, I would sharp the A more often. As it is, I allowed myself a few accidentals. It seemed to work, though.

I actually liked this piece, maybe because of all the harmony chords I was adding.

Again, music URL here (not that it matters, but for the scores I typed up for this recital, I am authorizing any honest and decent use, including commercial or public use):

https://docdro.id/yFA3Ydy

old version:
https://docdro.id/JvDw25f

There is a G# minor inversion that was possibly a typo when I was typing up the score, but which is more interesting than repeating the E major chord all the time, so I kept it.
So there's an earlier version (difference: 1 note).

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Performer's name:winterflower
Experience:Plenty.
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Title of piece:it's a sad story
Composer:winterflower
Duration:00:35
Source of music:https://www.docdroid.net/AEbduI2/itsasadstory-pdf
Instrument used:Pianoteq 7: Pianoteq's K2
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Additional info:plain a minor this time

Somehow, this is the sort of ditty-like thing that I get suspicious of as I am writing it.

Is the rhythm something I just turn to too much? Did I copy the melody from somewhere, or from some style?

But I like it while it lasts.

It's one of those pieces that sounds like dialogue, perhaps starting with a request or an anecdote.

sheet music at

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Performer's name:winterflower
Experience:Plenty
Direct music link:click to download
Title of piece:shoo fly
Composer:who knows
Duration:00:20
Source of music:https://docdro.id/NB8wSXt
Instrument used:Pianoteq 7 Steingraeber
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Additional info:"Shoo Fly" seems to be in a lot of piano primers.

Here, I decided to add a few second chords, since the interference makes them buzz (as Bartok noticed;
but wait, Schubert and Chopin were using 2nds and 7ths before Bartok....)

Honestly, I probably picked this piece just to add the buzzes.

The hands could stay basically in one place, except I really think that the buzzes should be played with the wrist or arm really; I jumped between the buzzes when there were more than one.

I think this piece is better with dotted quarter notes as well, but wanted to be simple and so stuck to quarter, half, and dotted halves.

Also, what rhythm -should- I use on "bother"?

Sheet Music:
recorded version:

https://docdro.id/NB8wSXt

In order: 1. the version with dotted rhythms, 2. the version I recorded, 3. a version without dotted rhythms but with a weird (and more questioning) ending:

https://docdro.id/CbLDhqp


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Performer's name:Peter071
From:Leiden (The Netherlands)
Experience:Had lessons, started playing again last month.
Direct music link:click to download
Title of piece:Ashran's Magic Carpet (From Far Away Places)
Composer:Timothy Brown
Duration:01:42
Source of music:Sheet music
Instrument used:Yamaha CLP 535
Recording method:Saved on USB stick, used online tool to convert WAV to MP3. By converting WAV to MP3 online it sounds a bit metallic unfortunately.
Comment Policy:General Comments only: Polite, supportive, suggestions for improvement
Additional info:From Far Away Places is a book of easy pieces with nice melodies.


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Performer's name:Peter071
From:Leiden (The Netherlands)
Experience:Had lessons, started playing again a month ago
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Title of piece:Fandago del Sol (From Far Away Places)
Composer:Timothy Brown
Duration:01:58
Source of music:Sheet music.
Instrument used:Yamaha CLP 535
Recording method:Direct on USB stick, used an online tool to convert the WAV file to MP3. By converting WAV to MP3 online it sounds a bit metallic unfortunately.
Comment Policy:General Comments only: Polite, supportive, suggestions for improvement
Additional info:From Far Away Places is a book of simple pieces with nice melodies. The Fandago is a Spanish dance in triple meter.The staccato notes at the beginning are played very short, but this is my best recording.


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Performer's name:drewpianoman
From:Santa Fe New Mexico
Experience:6 months of lessons, I formerly played Bass and cello about 30 years ago.
Direct music link:click to download
Home page link:http://www.drewstherapy.com
Title of piece:Gnossienne 1
Composer:Eric Satie
Duration:04:22
Source of music:Sheet music obtained online.
Instrument used:Yamaha Clavinova CLP-785
Recording method:Direct audio recording on line, converted to Mp3 with JRiver.
Comment Policy:General Comments only: Polite, supportive, suggestions for improvement
Additional info:I love Satie and really enjoyed learning this piece. I still can't play without making some mistake so there is one at the end. However, I liked the rest of enough to submit it.


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Performer's name:Animisha
From:Sweden
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Video link:https://youtu.be/1__VYsm4fG8
Title of piece:Polyushko Polye (duet)
Composer:Lev Knipper
Duration:01:05
Source of music:Nikolaev: The Russian School of Piano Playing, book 1 part 2
Instrument used:Casio Privia PX150 with Pianoteq Bechstein DG D 282
Recording method:Audio: automatic recording through Pianoteq into laptop
Video: iphone
Comment Policy:General Comments only: Polite, supportive, suggestions for improvement
Additional info:When I first heard this piece, I thought it sounded horrific. Such strange sounds! It is in F minor, which is unusual for my ears. But it grew on me - so much that in the end it was one of my favourite pieces.
As you'll probably hear, this is a duet, with my teacher playing the secondo. But she is not on the video.


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Performer's name:bSharp(C)yclist (Dan)
From:California
Experience:5.5 years
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Video link:https://youtu.be/tsd8xhwtOFk
Title of piece:When the Planets are Aligned
Composer:Nancy Telfer
Duration:00:51
Source of music:RCM 4 Repertoire Book
Instrument used:Yamaha C3X
Recording method:Cell Phone
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Additional info:Submission #2 for ABF Beginner Recital. This is a fun piece to play.


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Performer's name:Ido
Experience:4.5 years
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Title of piece:Op. 205 No. 12
Composer:Cornelius Gurlitt
Duration:01:10
Source of music:sheet music
Instrument used:Yamaha P515
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Additional info:Classic beginners piece which I don't hear many people play. Very catchy and fun but is quite challenging, especially in comparison to other pieces from this opus.
Lots of wrong notes but I this the message goes through.


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Title of piece:Op. 205 No. 11
Composer:Cornelius Gurlitt
Duration:00:54
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Additional info:Quite an old recording but I think it's worth introducing this piece to you, as it is very charming. One thing I would change is to lower the LH level but at that point in time it was beyond my abilities.


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