Hello everyone, I recently was fortunate enough to record some music in a proper studio and thought I would share the fruits of my labors here. I notice that some of these pieces are already on the site. My interpretation of the Rachmaninoff prelude is substantially different from the one already here: depending on what kind of Allegretto you take, the piece can mean very different things. As for the Chopin, the Kendrick recording has a similar aesthetic to mine (bat out of hell approaches heaven). Kiely is definitely not on the site yet, but I think he's a fantastic young composer and, provided he takes time out from his copyright law studies to continue composing, he'll merit a place up there with the greats one day. Anyway, I will leave it to the judgment of the admins to decide whether my submissions are redundant with what's already posted, or not. Also, I should probably say that the Kiely recordings are already on imslp.org. I do not know if you guys have any opinions about that. I know IMSLP often links to Piano Society pages for recordings of particular pieces, so hopefully you are all friends? Attached: Chopin - Scherzo no. 3 in C sharp minor, Op. 39. Recorded at Northfire Studios on a Yamaha C7 grand, Amherst MA. Public domain. Rachmaninoff - Prelude no. 11 in B major, from 13 Preludes, Op. 32. Recorded at Northfire Studios on a Yamaha C7 grand, Amherst MA. Public domain. Yagan Kiely - Bagatelles 1-5 from Set of Bagatelles. Recorded at home on a Yamaha P60 digital piano. Licensed CC BY-NC-SA. I have more coming once I sort through the rest of the takes: some Handel, Bach, Haydn and Liszt. (can it be true that Piano Society does not yet have Valse oubliee no. 1??) Biography: Heather W. Reichgott began studying piano at age 7. Initially trained in the Suzuki method, she studied with Anne Parker, Kathy Krupa, Edward Ferdinand, Cassandra Carr and Peter Takacs (at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music). While still in high school, Reichgott performed the Grieg piano concerto, Bloch concerto grosso, and excerpts from "Carnival of the Animals" by Saint-Saens, with student orchestras. She was awarded the Award for Excellence in Concerto Performance by Seymour Bernstein at the Seattle Young Artists Music Festival for her performance of the Mozart Piano Concerto no. 9. An occasional composer, Reichgott also won the Northwest Regional category of the Music Teachers' National Association Composition Competition. Reichgott has been a professional pianist in western Massachusetts since 2008, mostly as a ballet accompanist. She has released a CD of ballet music, "A Musical Feast for Ballet Class," available on cdbaby.com. She is beginning to pursue classical performance once again. Among her many interests is a fanatical devotion to libraries, and pushing the boundaries of what libraries might become; she is excited about free high-quality offerings of musical recordings and scores over the Internet, and is happy to be part of the Piano Society community.