Bach has been has been good to me, but it's time to move on. Not move on from Bach entirely, just shifting the main focus!
I have a bit of a problem with raw exposure and I tend to have trouble with subtle fortes and other dynamics, so for the next month or two I'm going to study the K. 332/300k Mozart Sonata. So far the work is very rewarding and I'm excited to learn to interpret such a sneaky composer..
I'm having trouble deciding a piece to study after the Mozart, but I'm thinking of one of the harder Liszt works, the Copland Passacaglia, Scriabin's 2nd or 5th Sonata (Probably not the 5th, too difficult!), or maybe a more modern piece from Liebermann or another composer. Could anyone help me choose ?