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    i'm working on Brahms Intermezzo op. 118 no 6., Revolutionary Etudes, Black Key Etudes both by Chopin and Maple Leaf Rag by Joplin

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    Beethoven's Tempest sonata

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romantic Geek
    Jeff, the rest of that Brahms is easy enough though. You shouldn't need the lessons to play it.

    I have to say, I haven't been working on anything. Darn tendinitis is getting to me bad...
    lol, I know, but I was looking forward to working on the Brahms with him. The Rachmaninoff will be hard enough, though. And sorry to hear about that tendinitis; at least it will keep your efforts more focused on composing, I hope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff N View Post
    lol, I know, but I was looking forward to working on the Brahms with him. The Rachmaninoff will be hard enough, though. And sorry to hear about that tendinitis; at least it will keep your efforts more focused on composing, I hope.
    You know how it is...
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    :-) Well, didn't I see that you finished a piano sonata? I don't think I've heard that yet...

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    HA! Finished..please...just getting through the transition into the second theme.
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    For couple of minutes I was working on Chopin's 4th from op. 25 but I broke my hands and I'm glad that I also took nocturnes from library, I guess I'll play the posthumous one.

    BUT I SHALL BE BACK TO THIS ETUDE, I'LL KICK HER ***, YOU WILL SEE

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    I'm working on Ligeti's Etude No. 13 L'escalier du diable (will also be playing No. 9 Vertige when finished with this one, IF I finish this one). Also starting Rachmaninoff's Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini. Not sure what else I will play in the upcoming months. I'm taking a break from my recital program while my piano gets worked on (hammers voiced, action regulation). Recital program remains Bach-Kempff Siciliano, Bach English Suite No. 3 in g minor, Haydn Sonata in E-flat major, Hob. XVI:52, and Schumann Symphonic Etudes.

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    I'm working on Chopin's Fantaisie Op. 49 and some of his Etude...

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    Haven't been playing recently, just composing. Working on a short piece for piano, as well as a piece for piano quartet + flute.

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    Repertoire for my barrier exam:

    Mozart - Piano Sonata no. 13, K. 333
    Rachmaninoff - Etude-tableaux in D minor, op. 33 no. 4
    Prokofiev - Visions Fugitives, op. 22 nos. 1, 9, & 19

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    Working on Brahms' Hungarian dances for 4hands and Saint-Saens' Danse Macabre for 4 pianists.

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    Liszt : St. Francis of Paola walking on the waves

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    Working on Chopin Ballade no1 in G minor, Chopin Etude Op25 No11 (Winterwind), Chopin Nocturne Op27 No2, Beethoven Sonata Waldstein. I will be participating in a piano competition in about a month where I will play the Chopin Nocturne I mentioned and Beethoven Sonata Op10 No3.

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    Blumine.
    Mahler 1
    And the 5th Mozart violin concerto.

    And the last time I heard Mahler 1 was when I saw the Berlin Phil play it under Rattle in Sydney last November.
    So the template is there...
    GG

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