Are you sure it would? You've come a long way on piano since then, and have played some pretty hard stuff. The fact that you've entered piano competitions should speak for itself. What may have seemed fiendishly difficult then, should seem almost sight-readable now.pianolady wrote: But when I was in high school and playing in flute competitions, not only was the flute music advanced, but the piano part was equally hard. I had to use the best accompanist in town. It would be too much work for me to do both parts.
I would recommend Barber's Canzone Op 38a (originally called Elegy, and recycled into the slow movement of his piano concerto). Short and sweet, the piano part is not too difficult, but harder than it looks, and as a flute piece someone told me it's on the grade 7 list.
No, no! Don't say that!But ok, I guess I will not share any future 'playing with myself' projects again.