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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravndal View Post
    I like the really dark pieces from the baroque era, and a few pieces from the classical era. But i like romantic and 20th century music the most.

    Schubert, grieg, mendelssohn, rachmaninov, debussy, ravel, chopin, bartok etc etc.

    must mention that grieg is always super fun to play!
    Those Grieg Lyric Pieces are wonderful! My favorite Schubert Sonata is D. 845 in A minor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Romantic Geek View Post
    Those Grieg Lyric Pieces are wonderful! My favorite Schubert Sonata is D. 845 in A minor.
    Probably mine too. If not D. 958 in C minor. I love the last movement

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    Forgot to mention Liszt

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    My favourite piano solo music is Rachmaninov's Death Prelude in C # Minor (Solo) and Tchaikovsky's First Piano Concerto (Ensemble)

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    Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 27 in E minor
    Chopin: Nocturne in E flat, Op. 9/2, Prelude in C minor, Op. 28/20
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    Are there any restrictions in terms of number of composers or pieces? For solo piano music I like Alkan, Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Finnissy, Scriabin and Sorabji the most. I'm too lazy to put a list of pieces together.

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