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    What is your currently repertoire?

    Mine is

    Suites by Rameau
    Some preludes and fugues by Bach (Welltemperd Clavier)
    Beethoven "The tempest" Sonata
    Beethoven 32 Variations c-minor
    Mozart piano concert No 21 C-major
    Schubert Sonata a-minor and Impromptu E-flat major

    (began the Goldberg variations by Bach)

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    Oh...finally there's a decent section for pianists.
    Alright I'm working on Liszt's Sonata in B minor right now, and Beethoven Concerto 2 in Bflat major. Have a concert dued Sunday and Monday. Wish me all the luck. I really need it.

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    Oh Liszt Sonata, got sick, when i saw it the first time :P

    The Beethoven B-flat is wonderful, wish you all the best. What orchester will accompeigne you?

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    SSO, The Singapore Symphony Orchestra. It's an outreach programme presented by ex- homecomming series musicians/Lasalle College alumnis for the Singapore Piano Festival. Very Casual concert.

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    YOu guys are great at the piano--congratulations!! I couldn't play a concerto. :P My reportoire consists of MOzart: SOnata 15 in C, the last 2 movements of Sonata 10 in C, Rondo Alla Turca, and I'm working on Fantasy in D minor. Beethoven: MOonlight SOnata-first movement, Sonata in G. Bach: Prelude NO. 1 in C from the Well-tempered Clavier, two minuets in G, Air on the G-String. Handel: Minuet From Suite 3 of the Water Music, Minuet from Berenice.

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    Originally posted by DW@Jul 16 2004, 12:38 PM
    Alright I'm working on Liszt's Sonata in B minor right now, and Beethoven Concerto 2 in Bflat major. Have a concert dued Sunday and Monday. Wish me all the luck. I really need it.
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    Good Luck...but I don't think you'll need it...I have the feeling you're all pro! Break a leg! (Er, or do we only wish actors that???)
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    By the way...I know what a rep is...but maybe not in the complete sense of the word...do you count in your rep all the works that you know well enough to perform publically, or also stuff you&#39;re working on? What about pieces you&#39;ve performed in the past and have gotten rusty on?
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    Fantasy in D minor
    I love that fantasia&#33; Did you know that the major ending was reconstructed by a pupil of Mozart?

    .do you count in your rep all the works that you know well enough to perform publically, or also stuff you&#39;re working on? What about pieces you&#39;ve performed in the past and have gotten rusty on?
    I thought it was the stuff you are working on right now

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    Main Entry: rep·er·toire
    Pronunciation: &#39;re-p&&reg;-"twär
    Function: noun
    Etymology: French répertoire, from Late Latin repertorium
    1 a : a list or supply of dramas, operas, pieces, or parts that a company or person is prepared to perform b : a supply of skills, devices, or expedients <part of the repertoire of a quarterback>; broadly : AMOUNT, SUPPLY <an endless repertoire of summer clothes> c : a list or supply of capabilities <the instruction repertoire of a computer>
    2 a : the complete list or supply of dramas, operas, or musical works available for performance <our modern orchestral repertoire> b : the complete list or supply of skills, devices, or ingredients used in a particular field, occupation, or practice <the repertoire of literary criticism>
    <span style='color:green'><span style='font-family:Optima'>Music is what feelings sound like...Anon</span>.</span>

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    Right now I&#39;m working on Zapateado and Symphony Espagnole.
    It is our imperfections that make us who we are.

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    Main Entry: rep·er·toire
    Pronunciation: &#39;re-p&®-"twär
    Function: noun
    Etymology: French répertoire, from Late Latin repertorium
    1 a : a list or supply of dramas, operas, pieces, or parts that a company or person is prepared to perform ...
    LOL...interesting.

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    Cool

    I have a piano/keyboard....and I am ust begining...hey..I can play twinkle little star without any chords&#33;&#33;&#33; LOL&#33;&#33;&#33;
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    umm... right now i&#39;m working on Bartok&#39;s Roumanian Dance 8a,
    Beethoven&#39;s Pastoral (Rondo), Debussy&#39;s Valse Romantique, Szymanowski&#39;s Etude III.... so hard to find time to practice high school sucks .

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    I just found two better songs to work on: Tzigane and La Tambourin. B)
    It is our imperfections that make us who we are.

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    Well, I can definitely play Chopsticks. :P Also Heart and Soul. B) I can also play most melodies on it ... but there you have it. I&#39;ve had no formal piano training&#33; I do plan on learning when I get a piano or a good keyboard (more likely.) I have a little keyboard now that is used to tune an A and to entertain my daughter&#33;
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