I'm trying to figure out the next piece I want to tackle. I've recently been doing a lot of shorter pieces. I'm currently playing Haydn's Sonata in B minor (http://imslp.org/wiki/Keyboard_Sonata_i
... dn,_Joseph) along with Heller's Prelude in C# minor, Op. 81 No. 10.
I know that I want to play "Songs without words op 622 no.6 in a major (spring song)" as a sight read / short piece, but I think I need to try something a bit more challenging/meaty. The last Beethoven sonata I played was the Pathetique (all three movements). I really like Chopin, but my teacher wants me to get away from doing too much Chopin. She wants me to try some Brahms or something a bit different.
I was thinking about the Waldstein ... I love the first movement. However, I've also never played Liszt. I heard No.3 in G sharp minor (La Campanella) and thought that I might want to try it. It sounds a bit difficult though!
thanks for all the input