What works are you learning?

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Re: What works are you learning?

Postby dctpianist » Tue Feb 21, 2012 12:52 am

Hello all! I'm not sure if there's an official place for introductions anywhere, so I figured this must be as good a place as any. I'm David, a wee college brat who plays piano for fun.

Right now I'm learning:

Ginastera- Danzas Argentinas #2, Danza de la moza donosa
Haydn- Sonata in A-major (xvi:30)

And more of a long term project:
Kapustin- Sonatina
I'm actively working on it, it's just quite difficult for poor old beginner David and is going to take a while to master.

For mark:

These might not be quite what you're looking for, but have you heard the Mozart fantasies in d-minor and c-minor? They're both lovely pieces and I would highly recommend them. Unfortunately, the c-minor is a bit beyond my ability to play at the moment :cry:

Cheers, everyone!

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Re: What works are you learning?

Postby techneut » Tue Feb 21, 2012 8:00 am

Hi David, welcome. Some interesting pieces you are working on ! The Kapustin has some tricky spots and it's not easy to blend its classicistic and jazzy features. But it's a fun and rewarding piece to work on. I'll be interested to see how you're getting on with it.
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