I am currently in the midst of choosing my pieces for my LTCL Diploma Exam. After looking through the Repertoire List, I have narrowed down my selection to a few options, as I listed them here :- I have to choose at least 3 or 4 pieces in constrasting styles and the timing of them must be a minimum of 37 minutes and max 43 minutes. To give you a rough idea of my technique level, These are the pieces I played for my ATCL:- Bach French Suite No 5 in G Mozart Sonata in D K 311 Schubert Impromptu in E flat no 2 Op 90 Prokofiev Vision Fugitives no 2,11, and 14 ( however this piece was omitted towards the exam because of the time length. After much discussion and thought I have narrowed down my list of repertoire as follows :- Bach Keyboard Concerto BWV 974 ( 10'13) Haydn Sonata in C Hob 50 ( English) ( 15:00) and Either Schumann Pappillons ( 14:00) OR Faure Impromptu in A flat Op 34 no 3 ( 4:49) Ginastera Argentinian Dances No 1 and 3 (( 1:42) and 3:31) Chopin Nocturne in D flat Op 27 no 2 ( 5: 31) Shostakovich Prelude and Fugue ( 8: 55) Faure Nocturne in B no 2 Op 33( 7: 19) I personally like the Chopin Nocturne and the Faure Impromptu. My teacher thinks the it would be better for me to learn them all and then decide upon it later. I think the Ginastera Argentinian Dances is straightforward and a good choice for me. What do you think of my choice of repertoire? Which piece do you think I should play for my exam? A million thanks and Regards. Your advice is much appreciated.